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

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a % o o k it's just a matter of just a matter of time 2Campus Life --------------------------------------4 Organizations.................—............. -- 14 Activities------------------------------------- -46 Faculty --------------------------------------- 76 People-------------------------------------------92 Sports----------------------------------------- 148 Advertising-------------------------------------180the rising of the sun the day takes on a new frenzy; the world around us awakens at last to envision the possibilities that come with this new day — a sensitivity to silence; the discovery of fresh beauty; a comprehension of things previously misunderstood; an awareness of one’s true identity; a means of self-expression never before realized; the “on-target” communication of our ideas with others; the mastering of a skill which to date en so evasive.the ability to communicate is a goal which we all seek to obtain, it is the close kinship between a father and his son; the relationship between oneself and the mind; the secure feeling of being together. 6our search for identity begins with the contemplation of our past experiences; the moment comes when being alone is more important than being with others; it is just a matter of time until our seemingly endless search is ended, and our true identity is realized.a skill is mastered through sincere dedication, repeated practice and time, with the conquest of the unknown comes a true sense of accomplishment, for it is only through disappointment that we learn to appreciate our successes. 101112we have met the challenge of mastering a skill; realized who we are and where we are going; expressed our feelings so that others can understand our intent. a new sense of freedom is felt and happiness and contentment are found as we realize. it was just a matter of time ... 14 for some of us, responsibility, participation and achievement will come today; for others, it's just a matter of time..CIRCLE K ICen R hert, President Jerome TuU, Vice President Tony Morrison, Secretary Mike Oellwo George Stuart Barry Groce Steve Haugen Roger McConch Ted Hayes Bill Oewald Ken lutz M CLUB Hanrvoi Boundy. President Dove Dearcorn. Vice President Gene Teegarden, Secretory Eorl Doege. Sergeant of Arms Pete Woylett Lynn Stoneloke Dove Crenshaw Steve Haugen Rick Borden Gory Howey Chuck Lucero Ron lehnerz Bloke Sevolsteod Hoot Ziegler Bill Donahue Dennis Sostick John Marks Butch McEnaney Roy Sevolsteod Don Eckert Hirom Williams Charles Hall Pot Hurley Scott Sword George Hucke Lynn Gollik Kent Paulson Bob Clucas Bob Young Jim Co Gary Koul Marc Elver Harlan Johnson John Stratton Gory Jacobson Jock McGrevey Mike Dellwo SPURS Debi Kogel, President Arlene Bremer, Vice President Anita Wise, Secretary Denise Smith, Treasurer Mary Carol laPolm, Editor Maxine Hankins, Historion Mary Lou Egon. ICC Representative Raylcen Pike Kathy Desy Jody Genger Maureen Sullivon Karen Knight Carol Homan Bonnie Gould Iota Anglin Sue Hardaway Kothy Scott Jennifer Cuddy Marjie Haynes, Junior Advisor Joann Gygox, Junior Advisor Miss Wallace. Advisor CHINOOK STAFF Trudee Cape hart, Co-Editor Julie Tomkins, Co-Editor Carol McDermid Mary Alycc Devine Jackie Glenney Korcn Knight Hannes Boundy John Mlkcsell Croig Williams Jeff Smith Lindo Childers Sharon Boucher 8eth Hifchins Vicky Edwards Gary Broughton Willard Eichler NEWMAN CLUB Cheryl Urick, President Fran Gardner, Secretory. Treasurer Sharon Boucher, ICC Representative Vicky Blunn Chris Taylor Mary Hogstrom Mike Dellwo Dave Charlton Jack McGreevy Jerome Tuss Dove Bennetts Trudee Cape hart Charlene Conway JoAnn Gygox Kothy Desy WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION Trudy Meyer, President Jennie Henry. Vice President Margie Hoynes. Secretary Sheri Horsfall, Treasurer Miki Botes Carol Moloney Honey Rce lokken Terri Hulet Pot Dodge Evelyn Hilton Jon Johnson Terry Hozetboker Betty Jo Dollwo Linda Kramer Eva Groves Elaine Jennison Shirley Idleman luonno Jefferson Charlene Conway Kathie Keller Trudy Tomazich Teriesa lee SandyJemison Cynde Jacobson Trudy Meyer Kathy Brown Polly Remhardt Vicki Kickbush Shirley Swortz lola Anglin Shele Bergcson Diane Johnson Arlene Bremer Kathy Desy JoAnn Gygox Maxine Hankins Susie McEldery Joellen Johnson Debi Kegel Bev leProuse Cheri McClure BiHi Heigh Maureen Sullivan Club Participation Builds Better Linda See Thompson Barbra Summers Cheryl Urick LeChel Bauman Chris Eichler Janice Prinkki KAPPA ZETA NU Kathie Keller, President Charlene Conway, Vice President Linda Kromer, Secretary Kathy Dorr, Treasurer Jody Genger, ICC Representative Miki Bates Anno Bllledeoux Betty Jo Dellwo Kathy Dorr Joanne Ferris JoAnn Gygox Jeonne Horsfall Sandy Jimison Jan Johnson Joellen Johnson Kathie Keller Linda Kromer luonn McGrow Brenda Meredith Martha Pedersen Kitty Wilson Linda Zimmer Arleno Bremer Jennifer Cuddy Mary Lou Egan Jody Genger Carole Homan Gail James Maureen Sullivan Barbra Summers Royleen Pike Cynde Jacobsen Kathy Wheeler Mary Carol LaPolm Maxine Hankins Denise Smith Nancy Rutten Jenny Henry Cheryl Uric A W S OfFlCERS Shirley Idleman, President Kathy Keller, Vice President Barb Sommers, Secretary Sheri Horsfall, Treasurer Jeonnie Johnson, ICC Representative JUDICIARY BOARD Trudy Meyer, President Elaine Jennison, Secretory Mary Carol LaPolm Pot Davis Brenda Meredith Shirley Idleman Margie Haynes Jeonnie Johnson Cor la Wood Laurie law !6Communities Colleges, and Citizens. GARGOYLES Roger McConchic, President Betty Barnet Gerald Porton Steve Wilton Shelley Norm Bobfcca Proff Maureen McNeilis Glenda Campbell Cyrenc Buxton 8arry Groce Linda Morrit WESCOllTE STAFF Roger McConch.c. Editor Gerold Parton. Feature Editor Howard Holmet Chrit Johnton Anna Billcdeaux Joon Oelger Barry Groce Dave Kieckbusch Vickie Kieckbusch Addrien LaPalm Shelley Norrit Ken Taylor Barbara Monnovich Dave Beatty Kitty Wilton Bernard Colcotcrra Terry Duffy RODEO CLUB Patty Rambc, Prctident Wayne Elte. Vice President Polly Reinhardt, Secretary Bonnie Gould. Treaturer Donn Short Margie Scholl Roy Noland Terry Hcndcnon Chip Comp Kondi Alden John Walker Sherri Chouinord Jim Re chle Linda Reichlc John Dcdman Donna Foutt Leah Stanford Linda Vott John Phitter Nancy Potter Doug Smith Janice Stout R.ck later Janet Stout Rodney Sharpe Caro! Wooltlcy Pete Burwell Edwina Ncild Shirley Simonson Bob Johmton Cathy Wilton Kelly Barrett Pot Davit David Harvey Brent Johnson Ruth Sprout Gory Delano Mary Hogsfrom Gary Sparr Debbie Komp lorry l.nd Vick, Kieckbutch Virginia Gall George Hucke Joan Seyler Andy Anderson Sherrie Braksle Bill McGrow Sue Hardaway Ben Ryan lola Anglin Dan Corcoran Vicki Stallman Jay Meyer Marian Chrittonsen PEP BAND Thereto Corey Wanda Cornell Jim Cox Don Dicnstman Sharon Halley Steve Hoiclton Kathy Madden Carol Martin Mary Nelson Theresa Ncwlon Roylcen Pike Bobbca Proff Mike Sbrogm Alan Skolsky Barb Summers Corla Wood Bob Young MUSIC CLUB Bob Young, President Steve Harclton. Vice Prctident Theresa Corey. Secretory Sheila Alexander Annette Blackovich Vicki Bowman Chns Chrittonsen Jim Cox Don Dicnstman Pat Dodge Elaine Erickson Jody Gengcr Dave Hantcn Jon Hewitt Carol Homan Carol Kautzmon Jim King Carol lodge Beverly Malone Mary Nelton Roylcen Pike Mike Sbragia Margie Sictscino Corla Siphcrs Alan Skalsky Dave Sperry Barb Summers Pot Wohler Kolhy Wheeler STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Craig Williams. President Willard Eichlcr, Vice President Patsy Barnard. Secretary Jan Hewitt, State Director Sharon Boucher, Stoic Historian Evelyn Bloskovich James Band Miki Bates James Benney Dcnnit Boyer Lynda Childers Jennifer Craig Joan Delger Vicki Donkh Dcnnit Davit Betty Jo Dellwo Teresa Heidt Louise Hannon Evelyn Hilton Beth Hitchens James Hope llcne Jonct John Krcit JoAnnc Keller Karen LcTcmpt Linda Liddell Dorothy McConnell Wayne McEwen William McLeod Deborah Pier lorry Powell Linda Reichle Ellen Rosenleaf Donna Ryan David Scott Jeff Smith Leah Stanford Cindie Sheldon Janelle Schmidt Mnurito Sandwig Carlo Spliers Julio Thomkint Andy Vondolah Darrel Williams Evelyn W.tt SKI CLUB lorry Mougcy Randy Dorrmgton Polly Reinlsardt Jim Spheorc Brersdo Meredith Mike Sevolsted Cheryl Urick Ken Taylor Rob Dag not I Dove Scorlc Jim V illiomt Kathy Wilson INNER CLUB COUNCIL Barry Groce. Chairman John Sestnch Jerome Tuts Mary Lou Egan Bill McGrow Jan Hewitt Trudy Meyer Jody Ginger Louise Hannon Patty Rombo Ten lee lola Anglin Sharon Boucher Jeanne Johnson Ted Hayes Gerald Kennedy Hanncs Boundy CENTRAL BOARD Joann Gygax, President Barry Groce. Vice President Miki Bates, Secretary Betty Jo Dellwo Robert McConchie John Mikcscll Jerome loss Ken Taylor lee Foss Cro»g Williams Mark Walker Murk Schafer Bill Donahue Honrves Boundy Pete Burwell 17Student Body Officers Led Western Students Through a Busy School Year 18student body officers served with dedication and enthusiasm throughout the year, involving themselves in all phases of campus activities. as wmc student body president, jo ann gygax tackled a heavy work load, in jo ann's absence, vice president, barry grace, assumed her duties, miki bates served as secretary with the exception of winter quarter when jody genger was chosen to fill in for her. 19 IStudents and Clubs Are Represented right: central board is the main governing body of western mon-tana college, in the 1970-71 school year central board was led by student body president jo ann gygax. members and officers are elected by the student body at large and include class officers. pictured are jerome fuss, john mikesell, roger mcconchie, mark schafer, jo ann gygax, mark walker, craig williams, jody genger, pete burwell, les foss, barry grace, ken faylor, hannes boundy, dean stish, bill donahue, and joey dellwo. below: inter club council consists of elected representatives from all campus clubs, meetings are called and conducted by student body vice president, barry grace, business concerning club and campus activities are dealth with by icc. pictured are pat wehler, jeannie johnson, jody genger, trudy meyer, john sestrich, barry grace, gene posivio, craig williams, jerome tuss, dave searle, iola anglin, jan hewitt, and patty rambo. opposite page: student body officers, jo ann, barry, and jody pause for a quick consultation.21the 1970-71 chinook staff created an annual which fully covers a year's activity at western. editor trudee capehart and co-editor julie tomkins relinquished their positions spring quarter to carol me dermid and mary alyce devine, and all four girls put in a tremendous amount of hard work and imaginative talent to make the chinook a success. members of the staff include (pictured left to right) mary alyce devine, karen knight, willard eichler, carol me dermid, evelyn brandel, barbara briney, and phyllis cameron. 23western students find diversified outlets for their abundant energy in the various athletic organizations existing on campus, among which are ski club, rodeo club, and the women's recreation association, here, breaking a leg in a skiing accident, getting bucked off a wild bronc, or having an unexpected encounter with a baseball are just all in a day's work (fun?)! each of these clubs remains very active throughout the year, providing welcome recreation for the members and enjoyable entertainment for everyone.Western's Athletic Clubs Spell "Action". 25We're Proud of Our "M" Clubbers! 26Vets Club Serves Western Well. opposite page: to qualify as an "m” club member, an athlete must have lettered in football, basketball, wrestling, or track, club activities include operating a concession stand at games and supervising the traditional painting of the m by new initiates each spring. veterans of foreign wars and others who attend western under the gi bill form the vet club membership. the vets are active supporters of a wide range of campus activities, proceeds from such projects as the megaphone sale pictured go towards the purchase of a pep bus for the student body. 27Spurs and Circle K Work western's spurs serve and represent the college with pep and group unity, pictured below are rayleen pike, kathy desy, arlene bremer, maureen sullivan, carole homan, president debi kegel, mary carol la palm, denise smith, iola anglin, bonnie gould, max hankins, karen knight, anita wise, jenny cuddy, mary lou egan, junior advisor jo ann gygax, and kathy scott. missing are sue hardaway, jody genger, and marjie haynes. right: jody genger fights for a victory in the spur vs. "m" club basketball game. opposite page, lower left: spurs conclude each meeting with the traditional friendship circle. lower right: pictured are a typical pair of spur shoes after a busy year. circle k is a men's service organization on the western campus, members pictured are chuck evans, gary goebel, dave cypher, steve hazelton, jerome tuss, terry lindgren, wally feldt, and ray ranney. 28Together to Serve Western VIM- to . Active Women Students Enjoy Membership in PEMM Club and KZN. pemm club is a women's athletic organization, composed of girls majoring or minoring in physical education. right: president, terry lee; vice president, kathy desy; and secretary, linda lee thompson, confer on club business. opposite page: kappa zeta nu is a sorority of honorary women students, new members are chosen on a basis of scholastic achievement and on campus involvement, pictured are mary lou egan, barb summers, mrs. tash, arlene bremer, maureen sullivan, rayleen pike, gail james, kathy kuglin, jo ann gygax, jenny henry, nancy rutten, linda kramer, kathy dorr, kathy keller, jennifer cuddy, carole homan, lu-anne me grow, denise smith, and cheryl urick. 30another year has passed for the associated women students of wmc. in it we've laughed and cried together, sharing our hopes and fears, our dreams and disillu-sionments. we've learned to give as well as to take, and though the lesson was often hard, looking back, we realize that we've each grown up a little. above: judiciary board gathers to enforce the rules of the women's residence hall, board members are elaine jennison, pat davis, trudy meyer, joey dellwo, mary carol la palm, patrice whaley, shirley idleman, ar-lene bremer, carlo wood, brenda meredith, marjie haynes, and laurie law. right: aws officers, jeannie johnson, shirley idleman, kathy keller, sheri horsfall, and barb summers exchange ideas. opposite page: vicky edwards talks on the phone, arlene bremer prepares for that important date, and evelyn brandel, barb briney, tina webb, phyllis cameron, and nanette morton gather in a dorm room. 32Associated Women Students Live and Grow Together. 33Newman Club Pursues Many Goals Wescolite and Muse Staffs Produce Publications 34newman club, upper left, kept the spirit of Christ alive with weekly meetings and many other varied activities. lower left: anita wise, mr. d. k. gosnell and linda morris discuss the future of the '‘muse,” a publication composed of wmc student contributions. upper right: the wescolite staff views the final 1970-71 paper before it is distributed to the student body. lower right: glen larum, wescolite editor, tackles never-ending paperwork. roger mcconchie and glen are credited with greatly improving the contents and appearance of this regular publication this year. 35Biology Club, Art Club, S. E. A., and I. A. Club Are Active on the W. M. C. Campus 36upper left: classification of birds and other animals is pointed out to the biology club by dr. timkin and dr. ban-delier. lower left: the art club, under the direction of mr. waiters and mr. corr, sponsored the western art gallery, another cultural improvement on campus. upper right:}s.e.a. strives to inform future instructors of improvements and opportunities in the field of teaching. lower right: the industrial arts club looks over plans for a house in the makings. 37Band, Chorus, Gargoyles, and Vocal Ensemble Entertain the Masses 38some excellent dramatic and musical presentations were presented to the public at western this year, in conjunction with the art department, the music department presented an unusual and very fine musical art extravaganza. upper left: dr. sam davis conducts for western's band, while, below, mr. dillingham directs the chorus. upper right: mr. ryburn addresses the assembled gargoyles, a group of student actors, below, dr. davis leads the vocal ensemble in song. 39"Any man's death diminishes me because I am involved in mankind." John Donneclubs, students, and interested community members said "we care" by participating in western's walk for mankind, initiated by the spurs and involving campus and community organizations, the walk enabled those involved to donate approximately $3500 to project concern's hospital in bisti, new mexico. the walk was a successful and satisfying experience which gave a new dimension to the meaning of the word "mankind." 4142for some of us, spirit, excitement and happiness will come today; for others, 43 it's just a matter of time ...Eighteen the recipient of two advanced honor scholarships, edwin armstrong is a member and 1970 president of science club, he has a minor in social sciences, a major in biology, and helped to construct the me day program. Western Students a cheerleader for western, linda kramer was chosen homecoming queen of 1969, circle k sweetheart, secretary kzn, and was a candidate for miss western, she was also in spurs, and is a member of wra, aws, pemm club, newman club, and has served on the judiciary board, linda has a double major in p.e. and business. tom hoover, an active participant in western sports, was co-captain of the football team and received a football scholarship, tom is also involved in track, baseball, and golf, he is a social science and p.e. major. val prophet has majors in art and business, he is a member of kappa pi and a recipient of an advanced honor scholarship. on the basis of academic achievement, service to the college community, leadership in extra curricular activities, and future potential, the students pictured on this and the following pages were chosen to represent themselves and wmc in who's who in american colleges and universities. A4 .Rate High Among Who's Who hannes boundy, recipient of an advanced honor schol- arship, is also a varsity member of the track and football teams, he has been pres, of m-club, senior class pres., sports editor of the "chinook", a member of chanticleers, the men's judiciary board, and has served on the intramural board. a transfer from the university of redlands, trudee capehart Christensen is the co-editor of the 1971 "chi-nook." trudee was a homecoming queen candidate and chosen second runner-up for miss western, she is also very active in newman club. ken taylor has served as freshman class president, representative-at-large, social dance chairman, and feature editor of the "wes-colite." he has been a college lifeguard, a member of the curriculum committee, ski club, nra, and the bowling league. betty jo dellwo has been active in many student affairs. she has been treasurer of pemm club, secretary and vice president of spurs, on the judiciary board, central board, a representative-at-large, and in newman club, joey has received the “spur of the moment award" and the cobb foundation scholarship.roger mcconchie, the editor of the "wescolite," is also the president of gargoyles, has served as representative-at-large and has been a member of circle k international. a physical education and english major, cyrene bux-ton has taken part in many of the activities offered at westernettes. she was also a volved in wra, pemm club, ski club, gargoyles, and wesernettes. she was also a reporter for the "wescolite", and a candidate for miss western. linda morris is an accomplished actress who has had many roles in the school's plays, linda, a transfer student from tech, has majors in art and english. she is a member of art club, ski club, forensics, gargoyles, and is the recipient of the faculty women's scholarship. Steve wilson has majors in biology and english, and has received the advanced honor scholarship. Steve has served as sophomore class vice president, junior class president, and served on the central board. john ries, a transfer student from tech, is an excellent actor who has taken lead roles in numerous plays at western, john has also become involved in the vets club, in which he has been vice president, he has also been in gargoyles and on the staff of the "wescolite". 46kathleen tayne, a scholar and artist, has been the recipient of two advanced honor scholarships, and mary baker emerick, and mary marjerrison scholarships. she has been involved with the art club, sea, kappa pi, and is the 1970 editor of the ''muse.” michale bates, an elem-tary education and p.e. major, has been the recipient of an advanced honor scholarship, the jane buttrey memorial scholarship, and the american assn, of university women scholarship, she has been active in spurs, kzn, wra, sea, and judiciary board, miki has been sophomore class president, representative-at-large, aswmc secretary, and 1st runner-up for miss western. the 1971 co-editor of the "chinook", julia tomkins has a major in elementary education and a minor in social science, julia is also an active member of sea. an all-conference football player and co-captain of the 1970 team, john thatcher has received a scholarship for football, he has also played baseball for western and was an all-conference player in 1969. barry grace, an english and social studies major, has been active throughout his years at western, he has been a member of circle k, intercollegiate knights, gargoyles, m club and vice president of aswmc. 47Presentation of Royalty Highlights The crowning point of the evening was the presentation of Miss Cynde Harfsell, Homecoming Queen for 1970. 48 homecoming 1970 began early this year with the classics iv concert. the highpoint of the homecoming activities was the presentation of royalty, six lovely young ladies vied for the crown of homecoming queen, the candidates were maxine hankins, aws; donna bergeron, freshman class; cynde hartsell, m club; iola anglin, sophomore class; trudee capehart, junior class; and miki bates, senior class. the thrill of the evening was the relinquishing of the crown by the 1969 homecoming queen, linda kramer, to cynde hart-sell, homecoming queen for 1970. Iola graciously receives her first-runner-up trophy from Jacki Glenney, Miss Western, 1970.Homecoming Festivities Halftime entertainment was the presentation of royalty. Backstage the candidates and their escorts anxiously await the coronation. During halftime. Queen Cynde and her court were presented. Princesses were Trudee Capehart, Maxine Hankins, lola Anglin, Miki Bates and Donna Bergeron. 49"Age of Aquarius" Is Kicked — Saturdays events began with the parade, the winner for the best float was the junior class. the big winner, however, was the mighty bulldogs with their defeat over the carroll college saints. homecoming was concluded with the enthusiastic feeling that “we're the bulldogs — we're proud.” All-Conference tackle Denny Renning is enthralled in the game. 50Off By Bulldog Victory Fullback Ron Lehnerz runs for a first and ten before he is tackled by a Carroll player. Assisting Ron on this play are teammates Blake Sevalstad, Dan Gilman, and Mark Brehm. W.M.C. cheerleaders Connie, Shele, Maureen, Karin and Sandi, give Bulldog mascot "Charge" and Student Body President Jo Anne Gygax a hand as they are introduced at the coronation. Men's Liberation Movement also vied for the queen honors with their candidate, Dave Beatty. 51Dramatic Ability Comes to Life the gargoyle club of western montana college outdid itself in the production of "come blow your horn" and "death of a salesman" the summer and fall plays. "come blow your horn" is a comedy centered around harry baker, owner of a large artificial fruit business, and his two sons. One of his sons is a 33-year-old playboy while the younger, who is 21, is just trying to find himself in our complex world. buddy, once an obedient son, moves away from home into an apartment with his older brother leaving a rebellious note behind as means of explanation, the complications that occur make for an extreme ly enjoyable play. on the serious side was the fall production, "death of a salesman." it is a drama dealing with the last days of a salesman. Willy, through soul-seeking revelations of the past, is trying to discover where he went wrong in achieving the success and happiness he has wanted. right: approaching mr. wagner, willy encounters defeat in a final attempt to retain his job. far right: uncle ben is the center of attention in this scene which leads up to the climax of the play, standing beside willy are his wife, linda, and sons, biff and happy. below: is a scene which shows the turning point of the play which occurs when biff realizes his father's weakness. far bottom: is the final scene in the play; the death of willy lowman. around the grave are his family and friends.Through the Presentation of Two Classics come blow your horn characters alan baker.................................. sfeve wilson peggy evans................................. cyrene buxton buddy baker............................ roger me conch ie mr. baker.......................................terry todd connie dayton..........................glenda Campbell mrs. baker.................................. betty bornes a visitor.................................theresa new on death of a salesman characters willy lowman............................john ries linda..................................linda morris happy............................... bert Salisbury biff................................steve wilson bernard..............................garth harris the woman............................shelley norris uncle ben......................................john larson charley.............................frank m. davis howard wagner.................................keith gosne|| iennV................................ bobbea proff stan,ey........................................ don waiters miss forsythe............................... gabe, ,etta....................... darling belle ballard 53“everyman," shown winter quarter, is a 15th century morality play, it dealt with everyman being called to his final reckoning with God before he had time to prepare himself, everyman tried to persuade fellowship, kindred and cousin, worldly goods, knowledge, five wits, strength, discretion, and beauty to journey to death with him. however, none will go. only the good deeds he has done on earth can redeem him. spring quarter, the gargoyles presented two plays, they were entitled “winners’ and “losers”, and were centered around the topics of love and happiness. it has been said that love is for the young and in the case of "winners", this seemed to be true, it concerned itself with the life of two teenagers who are in love, together they study, because joe has a strong regard for higher education, and mag has a strong regard for joe. as the beautiful love scene progresses, it becomes evident that the couple will be in a fatal accident, although their lives will end young, “what you love eternally, is eternally yours." mag and joe are as the title suggests, “winners." love can also come to older couples, but in the case of losers there were too many obstacles in the ways of their finding love and happiness, although they live longer, they just go through the motions of being happy and are in reality “losers." cast for everyman messenger......................keith gosnell God...........................edward cebull death...........................john musgrove everyman.....................richard holton fellowship.....................garth harris kindred........................chris taylor cousin...............jennifer cuddy maid.................maureen mcnelis goods................theresa newlon good deeds.....................agnes drake knowledge.....................sister elizabeth confession.......................lee schlothauer or john garry discretion........mary carol la palm strength.......................jerry kennedy five-wits......................vicky blunn beauty.................darling belle bollard angel..........................lorna gable doctor..............Wallace g. gober 54casts losers hanna............................linda morris mrs. wilson.......................jean tarbet prissy sissy......................joan delger andrew............................rick holton winners mc 9...........................lorna gable joe............................glen larum raan........................john musgrove woman.........................carlo siphers 55A WMC Basketball Game Draws Enthusiasm From Local Fans sports play an important role in w.m.c.'s activities, basketball is one sport which draws enthusiastic support from bulldog fans. above: wade me kay is one fan whose attention is directed toward the bulldog five. right: butch me enaney's stamina helps to psyche the mighty bulldogs. left: Charlie hall, displaying his crowdpleasing antics, confuses opposing team with a pass to butch me enaney. below: honey rae lokken and ron lehnerz quietly anticipate the results of a western free-throw. bottom: bulldog spirit is not dampened after a narrow defeat by eastern.each year the people of dillon and the students at wmc look forward to the miss western pageant, this year was no exception. eight girls were eligible for this title, but only one could receive the esteemed honor, this year the one lucky girl was Vickie bowman. judging was based on personality, talent and beauty, being co-winner of the congeniality trophy and winner of the talent trophy definitely qualified miss bowman for the title miss western. right: vickie bowman, looking radiant, takes the traditional walk as miss western. opposite page top: jackie glen-ney, miss western 1970, helps the new miss western on with her royalty cape. far right: vickie bowman is surprised and happy at the announcement that she is miss western 1971. far bottom: the members of the court gather around the new queen, they are sue hardaway, 2nd runner-up; kathy brown, 3rd runner-up and co-winner of the congeniality trophy; and vicki Christensen, 1st runner-up. Miss Western 58Candidates Are in "Colorful Carrousel" of SplendorMiss Western Candidates Skillfully Display Various Talents V fifty percent of the judges final decision in choosing miss western is based on talent, this year the talent had a wide range of categories, it was evident that each girl had worked long and hard in perfecting her particular talent. right: sue hardaway's dramatic reading on ecology not only held the complete attention of the audience, but left each individual wondering if the pollution problem was due to him. far right: the reigning miss western, jackie glenney made her final appearance in a dramatic reading from "anne of a thousand days" bringing to close a very eventful year in jackie's life, before turning over her crown, jackie stated, "tonight i close a chapter in my life, one i hope to reopen and read many times." right: every girl has a dream and vicki Christensen was no exception. she portrayed a doll in a toy shop and her dream became reality when she was changed into a real little girl. far right: denise smith exemplified her ten years of background in music with her piano presentation of "poli-chenelle." 60left: the audience shared kathy brown's travels in cu-rope through her original reading and interpretive dance. far left: vickie bowman, who received the talent award, was outstanding in her vocal selections from the movie "oliver.” below: joan delgor illustrated the ability of every woman to be well-dressed simply by using a sewing machine and some originality to create a basic wardrobe. bottom left: iola anglin proved she was "an all amer-ican girl” by giving a recitation of an original poem demonstrating her various abilities. far bottom: the rights and wrongs of grammar were presented by ruth vannoy in a dramatic comedy.Various Traditional Activities each year a variety of activities take place here at western which have come to be regarded as tradition, a few of these are sadie hawkins, "go western" and the Christmas formal, this year a few changes were made concerning these days, sadie hawkins remained the same as can be seen in the picture below as clay robin-son, miki bates, bill nokes and linda tomasini take time to pose for a picture. the Christmas formal was changed to a winter formal this year. right: mel rice and sandy felton enjoy themselves at this dance sponsored by the sophomore class. due to a conference ruling an official "go western" day was not held this year, despite this fact the spirit and enthusiasm that generally go with "that day" was still present. opposite page: left: mike kildane and wade me-kay talk over the day's activities as they enjoy the game. right: a former "emc yellowbelly" swings in front of the lib. building. bottom: the crowd expresses delight for a basket by the bulldogs in the final seconds of the game. 62Take Place at Western 63the tradition of various activities continues at wmc in many forms. the carnival was sponsored by the junior class this year, a few events which drew much attention were the sponge-throwing and dunking pool. right: pam strupp feels the chill of the water as she splashes into the pool. opposite page.- top: mary lou egan waits for the wet sponge to hopefully miss its target. m day as usual consisted of fun and work for all. early morning activities included a clean-up of the campus grounds. below: vicki blunn and glory blood work hard to complete their work before afternoon activities begin. opposite page: far right: faculty members also take part in m day. mr. waiters and mr. jesse gather rakes before they begin work. m club plays an important role at western, initiation is important and the auction of future m clubbers, as they are dressed in feminine attire, draws much attention. lower right: dan smith smiles as he walks before the bidders. opposite page: bottom: blake sevalstad escorts another western beauty, jay loveless, to the auction floor. 64■ ■ S9 on the w.m.c. campus many activities are continually taking place which help add to the pleasure of college life. right: ken taylor and coleen lazzari head for the nearest ski slope to enjoy a day on the hills. below: also enjoying the pleasure of living in the snow-world of dillon are ruth vannoy, carola woolsey, sue mackie, and connie huffield as they take part in a refreshing snowball fight. bottom right: turning to the more romantic aspect of campus life, bren-da meredith is the center of attention at her candlelighting to announce her engagement to randy dorington. 66Students Enjoy Various Activities Around Campus left: a scene which is becoming more familiar to the students is the pool room, in its first year of existence at w.m.c. jon konen looks on as manager steve day completes one of his skillful shots. below: and of course when considering activities around campus, the friday afternoon “ice cream social” must also be considered. This particular "ice cream social” is a hay ride which was sponsored by the rodeo club, it was an event which found several w.m.c. students taking time from studies to enjoy themselves.western montana college was privileged with the representation of two groups, both of which were highly talented. fall quarter the classics iv entertained with their distinct acid-rock sound. the nitty gritty dirt band proved a complete success winter quarter with their comic-filled concert. Big Name Entertainment above right: dennis yost won over the audience with his unique singing ability. above: he, him, me, traveling with the classics iv, stole the show with their renditions of songs in varied fields of music. right: while at w.m.c. dennis yost and the classics iv delighted students with many enjoyable selections from their wide variety of hit tunes. 68Enraptures W. M. C. Students left: performing on the w. m. c. stage the dirt band never let a dull moment enter into their concert. below left: in rapt concentration steve martin skillfully presents his juggling ability. below: before the curtain rises two members of the band are observed carefully tuning their instruments. 6970 rodeo club provided much rodeo excitemer lege rodeo this year. good time and during the col- hisT Taf P°9e: tOPJ burWe" nis luck atop a rough riding bull. or left: bonnie gould rides in royalty as she bears the title of miss wmc rodeo queen I 971. left: johnny france, a skilled rodeoer, displays his skill as he rides a saddle bronc. left: wayne else, another well-known rider, does his best to stay atop a bucking bronc. the girls also taken an active part in this sport of rodeoing. bottom left: rodeo club president, patty rambo' successfully ties a 9°° below: vi«ki kieckbusch rounds her secernd borrel in the barrel-roans even,.WMC Presents a Parade of Royalty topi 1971 Miss Western. Mi is Vicki© Bowman. right: Mss Vicki Christenson, first rynner-up for the Miss Western title. 72 top left: Mill Western 1970, Miss Jackie Gleeney. topi Miss Cyndc Hortsell, Homecoming Queen 1970-71. First runrer-up for the honor of Homecoming Quern, Miss lolo Anglin. 73Classes of 71 and '21 74Gather at Commencement young and old gathered at the seventy-fourth annual commencement at western montana college, a reunion of the class of 1921 coincided with the commencement exercises. stan lynde was the commencement speaker this year. the class of 1921 was honored at a tea at the residence of president and mrs. short, they were also honorerd at a reunion dinner. the classes of 1919, 1920, 1922, and 1923 were also present. 7576 Jfor some of us, knowledge, discovery and leadership will come today; for others, 77 it's just a matter of time ... President Short Enjoys a Quiet Evening at Home each chinook is different because each represents a different year and different people, each is better than all others to those personally involved in its pages, there is also a commonality wherein each is derived from those gone before and patterns those coming after, this volume is another milestone among many in the history of the institution. We are all proud to have a part in it now and will continue to be proud as the now becomes the then, for as surely as yesterday was once today then both today and tomorrow will also become yesterdays, this chinook is our bridge to the past. james e. short Opposite Page: After a "hard day at the office," Dr. Short relaxes in his favorite chair with his cat. Left: Dr. Short is also at home in the kitchen, where he cooks everything from bacon and eggs to his specialty—steaks. Below: Dr. and Mrs. Short enjoy a quiet hour of reading. 79Mr Carl Davit lo ol Board of Education Mr Frank Dov t local Board of Education Mr. James Flynn local Board of Education Dr. Stanley A. Grout Dean of Education Mr. Henry Stish Oeon of Students Dr. Dole R. Tosh Academic Dean Mrs. Morie Cormody Dean of Women Mr. William T. Straugh Director of Athletics 80in appreciation . . . longevity of service—particularly in educational circles—is not a relatively unique nor earth-shaking achievement and oftimes commands little other than passing mention. Only when it is replete with excellence, loyalty and accomplishment does longevity become meaningful in its truest sense. professor ralph me fadden, during his 47 years with the music department at western montana college, epitomizes the professional teacher at his finest, whether in the classroom, caressing the keys of his piano, or informally among friends, his quiet dignity and precise logic communicated itself in a rare and enduring manner, he prevails, almost like "old main" itself, stately and indestructible amidst victories and defeats a monumental man for all seasons. professor me fadden demanded and received—perfection, both of himself and of those thousands whom he instructed during that half-century service, and, in so doing, he inspired young people to rise above themselves, to be infinitely better than they had previously aspired. his decision to retire at the end of this 1970-71 academic year, concluding a career unparalleled in w.m.c. history, creates a void which time nor change can never fully compensate. For his was the most noble profession, the shaping of young minds, and the influence of ralph me fadden shall forever permeate this campus and that most critical field which we call education. and so, on behalf of all those young scholars from 1924 to 1971: thank you, professor, for guiding us toward a better world. mr. charles Stauffer 81Mr. Virgil Aim Atst. Prof.. Education Dir.. Adm. Placement Mr. Cloyborn Andcr A oc. Prof., Ind. Art Mr. C. R. Anderson Profe »or of Education Mi Morju Baki Inilrucfor, Foreign language Mr. Roger C. Arpin ln trucfor, Engli h Mr. Gordon E. Bennett A t. Prof., Mathemotic Mr. Oon el Block A t. Prof., Biological Science 82 Dr Kenneth Bandolier A soc. Prof.. 8iologicol Science Mr . Almedo Brown A t. Prof., EnglishMr. Fronk Butch Attt. Prof., Soeiol Science Mr. Ed Cebull Attoc. Prof., Englith Mr. Jomet Corr Attt. Prof., Art Mr. Terrene® Cypher Attoc. Prof., Moth Dr. Samuel Dovit Attoc. Prof., Musk Dr. Stanley Doviton Profettor, Soeiol Science Mr. Icon Dillingham Inttructor, MutiC Mr. Dovid Gallagher Attt. Prof., P.E. S Social Science Dr. John C. Garry Profettor. Butirett 83. Or. Wallace Gobcr Atjt. Prof.. Englith Mr. Donald Gotncll Attt. Prof., Englith Mr. Arthur Hedge Attt. Prof., Education Mr. lorry Hickethier Attt. Prof., Math Mr. Jerold Hilton Ant. Prof.. Social Science Dr. Kenneth Hunter Attt. Prof.. Education 84Mi»» Irene leingong Instructor, Business Mr. Lawrence Leith Asst. Prof.. English Mr. Georgo Marinkovich Instructor, P.E Mr. Ralph McFodden Professor of Music Mr. Eugene McKeever Asst. Prof., P.E. Miss Blanche McManus Assoc. Prof.. English Or. Denton Nebeker Assoc. Prof., Education 8586Faculty and Businessmen of the Community Are Honored1 Or. Robert E. Newlon Asst. Prof., Educotion Mr . Potrkio Ori Instructor, Music Mr. Joe C Ryburn Asst. Prof., English Mr. Daniel C. Soon Asst, Prof., Ind. Arts Mr. Stanley H. Scott Asst. Prof., Social Science Miss Bonnie Sheriff Instructor. P.E. Mr. Howard Smith Assoc. Prof., Physical Science Or. Richard W. Stcdtfcld Asst Prof., Education Mr. Joseph B. Strceper Asst. Prof., Physical Science 88Mrs. Helen M, Struckmon Asst. Prof., Education Miss Oono J. Wallace Asst. Prof., Physical Education Mr. Ronald L. Wirtz Asst. Prof., Education Dr. Richard I. Timkon Asst. Prof., Biological Sc ene Mr. Donald I. Walters Asst. Prof., Art Mr. Frank R. Jesse Asst. Prof., Physieol Education Mr. Alfred A. Tennant Instructor, Art Mrs. Clarice Walters Instructor. Business Dr. Alan G. Zeller Asst. Prof., Education 89Mr. Kenneth Cory iibrarion Mrs. Barbara Edgor Secretary Education Miss Louise Farris Secretary Registrar Mr Hard:r,g Hanson Business Manoger Mrs lecra Kopphon Clerk-Typist Registrar Office Mrs. Essie later Secretory. Dir. Financial Aid Mrs. Patti Nau Clerk-Typist Education Mr. Don Nicholson Monoger of Food Service Mrs. Mary Jo Fowcctt Clerk, Business Office Mr. lorry link Director of Financial Aid Mr. Rodney N. Porker Asst. Iibrarion 90Mr. Pout C. Picton Regittror Mr Mory Rcinvillc Nurte Mr . Fronce Richordton Clerk. Buiincii Office Mrj. Eloine Petersen Clerk, Buiiness Office Mr . Donna Rome Secretary. Administration ond Plocement Ml Sandro Smith Clerk Butines Offico Mr . Betty Spehar Cletk-Typiit RcgiJtror Office Mr. Chorle A Stauffer Direct© of Information Mr . Virginia Strough Secretary, Prcvcfent Mr . Mabel Willi Clerk-Typist Rcgiltrar Office Mr. Ray Worthington Asst. Bujinen Manager 9192for some of us, friendship, unity and growth will come today; for others, it's just a matter of time ...Iconord Bloir Virginia City Patrick J. Clark Carton City. Nevcda Robert P. Conklin Bvttc 94Erik Jorgenien Butte C. John Kinno Siirimt Bill Maisello Anaconda Waller P. Scorcy Springfield, lowo 9596 lindo Kramer Wibaux Hannet Boundy Winnipeg, Canada George Stewart lot Vegos. NevadaArmstrong, Edwin Dillon Arnrion, Archie Butte Bockut. Fred Dillon Bornes, Betty Dillon 8ote», Mxhale Kaye Anaconda Beck. Barbara Deer lodge Benton, Gary Arthur Butte. Benny. James Butte Boundy. G. Hannes Winnipeg, Manitoba Bull. Alon C. Butte 97Buxton, Cyrene I. Anaconda Calcaterra, Mary 01 vi de Campbell, Glenda Towniend Campbell. Joieph Cardwell Co»cy. Horry Dubo; . IdoKo Combo. Robert Butte Cor. Frank Joe Anaconda Corneil, Ron Dale Deerlodgo Craig, Jennifer M Helena 98 Dohlgoord, Jennifer FerdigOov.». D nnit D. Florence Dov ic-n, Jeon Fort Benton DelJwo. Betty Jo Choteou Dodge. Potr.c-o 0 »on Downey. Timothy Butte Cnghofm, Gay! 0. G o» Falls F'f ck, S'even Kolitpell Forcello. Richard Butt Freeman. liana Sunburst OCe. Barry Kolitpaff F. 99Greenoogh, Pool A Anocorvdo i Hornon. Henry Butte Hording. Jim Bozeman 100 Johnion, Joniee J. OottonJohnion, Joan M. Chorlo Jone . Men J. lima Jozovich. Vernon Dillon Kemper. Jone Anoconda Kramer. Undo I. Wibaux Krei . John G. Dillon lawton, Dole N. Whitehall le Prowie. Beverly J Butte 101102lewi», Jone M. Butte loewen. Bfod G. Butte Moiley, Fred 0. Twin Bridget 103Mark . Jc n Wayne Hobart. Indiana McAndrewi. Glor a J. Dillon McConehie. Soger C. Indepenaence. M tvowri McKinloy. Gib K. Conrad McLeod, William M Butte McMorrii, Coy E. Sidney 104McMon.i. Sherry Dillon Murfitt. Sflirutl J. Helena Ne ld, Edwino Town»end Newman. Corlo Ann Silver S’or 105Porion, Gerald I Butte Payne. Nancy M. Butte Podo, lew J. Butte Prinkki, Don P. Dillon Prophet. Vol E. Dillon Reichle. Undo M Steven»ville Rlchordi, Mary I Glen Prinkki, Jonice R. Dillon Prokop, Joieph Dillon 106Sondvig, Mourito Dillon Schwend, Robert Melttone Rickert, John M Great Fall Rie . John Wm. Wolkcrville Robinson. Cloy Belgrade Schwork, Shirley Thompion Foil Scott, David E. Dillon 107SipHcrs, Corlo R. Sfovonsvllle Stevens. Elizobcth Hamilton Stewart, George A. las Vegos. Nevada Stewart, Undo F. Oillon 108Street. Jomes C. Butte Sullivan, Michael A. Butte Tober. Mary Ann Yumo. Arizona 109Toylor, Kenneth B. Bryan. Texas Toyne, Kothleen G. Dillon Thompson. Ward T. Jefferson City Toss, Jerome M. Harlowton Vandolah, Leonard A Th(cc Forks V alsh, Brenda Butte Woylett. Dole 8. Libby Williams, Daryl Helena Wilson, Kitty Dillon noWilton, Steve Son Lorenzo. Colifornio Wilt, Agnet Evelyn Ram toy Wooley, James lee Dillon Yelto. Potty Ancoondo 111112 Junior Closs Officers: left to Right Bill Donohue, Borboro M ller, Chuck LuceroAtkins, Oovid Dillon Barnord, Patsy Miles City 8arrett. Mary E. Dillon Bartholomew, William Butte Bennett. Bob Medicine Lake Bilfcdcaux, Anna Mario Helena Bloskovich, Evelyn Butte Blox, Stan Anaconda 8oksieh. Roy Butte 1138'okil®. Sherry Twin Bridges Brown. Kothy Dillon Campbell. Sara Butte 114 Copehart. Tn dee Azuio. CalifornioCorter, Mary Ann Butte Cojey. Beth Dillon Chilcott. Gary Wayne Steven ville Childer . lyndio Golofo Clark. Harold J. Dentcn De er, Joan E. Towmend Donohue, William Anaconda Donich, Victoria lee Deer lodge Dorr, Kothlcen Grcot Foil Dorrington, Randy Libby Drake, Agnc» Dillon Egan, Mary lev Grcot Fall Evan , Tim Towniend Garlijh, Richard Butte Gill, Edward libby 115Grove . Eva Butte Gygox. Jo Ann Alexandria. Virginia Hanig. Doreen Deer Lodge Honnon, louiie Darby Honton, George Superior Harvey. Carole Dillon Hayne . Marjorie Fairfield Henry. Jennie Ronon Hewitt, Jon Columbia Foil Homan, Corole Dillon Hulet, Terry Dillon Idlcman, Shirley Billing Jenniion, Elaine Butte Jimitcn, Sandra Shelby Johnson, Brent Dillon 116Johnson. Dion« O.llon Johnson. Jeonnie Albertson Johnson. Myrno Homilton KelJor, JoAnne Glendivo «Her, Kothie Poison Knorr, Alice Dillon Koenig, Kefry Dillon y Ktoft, Chris Charlo LoPolm. AddrienMax C. lophom Jackson Norm Larson Missoula Colecn Lczzari Bo Ho Howcrd H. lobb Butte Charles Lucero Great Falls 118 Modt«n. lindo Dillon Mortnovich, Borboro Butte Martin, Moriholl Florenc Mcieod, William Walkerville McGrow. Loonne Sand Coalec McNeli . Mowreon Anocondo 119Meino. Jerry Dillon Meine, Richard Dillon Mousey. Lorry Bozeman Munch, Margaret tibby Nelion, Clara Dillon Niebolo . Ronold Anocondo Paige, Corli » Dillon Paige, Ray Oillon Palmer, Harriet lima Paul, Colleen G. Butte Poiivio, Eugene St. Ignotiu Richordton. Donald Dillon Richardcon. Eugene Medford. Mowochutctti Ryan, Donna Butte 120 Settrich, John AnacondaShepherd. Lee Jack ton K Siettemo, Margoret Dillon Smail, Peggy Alder Smola, Carolyn Steiremville Tcngen, Tereta Deer lodge Towntend, Jerry Dillon Urick. Cheryl Melroje Valoch, Anita Dillon Wall. Williom Helena Wheeler. Kothleen Dutton W.lliom . Craig Helena William . Jim Butte Wilson. Kathy Deer lodge 121Late Comers (Juniors) Bleich, Jeri libby 122Conton. Kathy Anacondo Delong, Roy Somers Gnciting, Barbora Dillon Godfrey, Undo Dillon Honig, Dcrccn Deer lodge Hortiell. Cynde Anoccndo Johnson, Charlotte Deer lodge Kelt . Goil Deer lodge Mognuson, lloyd Butte Marsh, David Dillon McEldery. Suton Dillon Meredith, Brenda Anoconda 123Mark Shafer, President lolo Anglin, Vice-President Doug Brown. Secretary (Not Pictured) 124Alden, Condy Butt Anglin, lolo Tendoy, Idoho Boldridge, lylo Mi» oulo Bauer, Myra Jean Chorlo Bauman. John Victor 8erge on, Shele Kolispell Blize. Raymond Oillon Blwnn, Vicky Great Fall Boehler, K.m Butte Bohno, Mary Oillon Borden, Rick Chorlo Bowman, Vicki Great Fall Broughton, Gary Plain Bremer, Arlene Fairfield Brown, Doug 0.1 Ion 125Butler. Bette Oillon Chodwick, Shoron Divide Charlton, David Roundup Chouinard, Sherry Butre Corey. Theresa Choteou Cox, Jim Deer Pork, Wash. Cuddy. Jennifer Thompson Fall Cutler, Al Butte Crenthow. Dave St. Regis Oagnoll, Julie Townsend Dognall, Robert Towniend Davidson, Lorry Simms Dedmon, John Drummond 126I I Delaney, Donna Dillon De y, Kathy Great Foil Oetton, Koy Dell Dev.ne, Mary Alyce 8utfe Duboi , Croig Slanford Eckman, Erin Dillon Edward . Vicki Great Foil Egan, Mary Loo Great Fall Eichler, Willard Red lodge Ekert, Don Great Fall Elter, Marc Sheridan Erickton, Elaine Superior Eitill, Robert Anaconda 127Eft'll, Tom Anaconda F«ldt, Wolly OlHon Felton. Sandra Mifjoyla Fike. la Roe Anaconda Foots. Donna Whitehall Fumondiz. Marvin Jockson Gallik, lyn Whitehall Gardner, Fran Great Falls Genger. Jody Fairfield 128 Gtenney. Jack-c Roondop Gcold, Bonnie Mlsioula Gronde, Shirley Helena Hobel. Greg Dutton Honkins, Maxine Fort Benton Hannon. Helen Darby Horrit, Kay S«. Ignatoui Hartford, Roieann Alder Haugen, Steve Ronan Hoyet, Ted Deer lodge Heaphy. Michael Anaconda 129Heidt, Tereso Butte Heigh. B lli Hdcno Herrron. Richord 0.1 loo Hog on. Dorothy Dillon Horsfall, Sheri Anocondo Hucke, George Follon. Nevoda James. Gail Dillon Johnson, Charlotte Oeerlodge Kegel, Debra Fort Benton Kelly. Mark Throe Fork Kimbrell, Louis Kali spell K ng. Colette Missoula Kn.ght, Karen Avon Koorth, Jor.e lewistown Knocpfle, lodonno Deer lodge Konen. Jon Colombia Foils lomoreu . Sharon Hamilton london, Vickie O.llon 130 lopalm, Mary Carol ButteCoughlin, Tom Anocondo LeTempt. Karen Three Forkl Liddell, lindo Anocondo Lindgren. Terry Joliet Moce, Lori Seeley Lake Madden, Kothy Boulder Mo lie It, Horry Anocondo Motterion. Ken Homilfon Mottfield, Gwen Roundup Mouer, Tom Great Falls McClure, Cheri Dixon 131McConnell, Dorothy Roundup MeDermid, Carol Avon Meyers, Trudy Stcvensville M ddlemisf. Rcnoe Dixon Miller, Mory Ellen Fort Show Morrow, Bonnie Fort Benton | Murray. Candy Anaconda Nau, Ron Kolispell Nietd, Koron Idaho Foils, Idaho Olsen, Don Fort Shaw Paulson, Kent Outlook Keith. Pearson Chari© Pfister, John Roundup Pike, Roylecn Fairfield Potter, Nancy Steveniville 132Provost. Becky lombert Proff, Bobbea Dutton Rompy, Karen Dillon Rcalph, lynn Dillon Rice, Melvin Missoula Rosenleof. Ellen Anoccndo Roush, Paul Cbarlo Rusfuotd. Korin Creot Fails Salle. Pete Anaconda Sondstrom. Ann Bozeman Schmidt. Jonelle Icodore, Idaho Scott. Kothy Fairfield Scott, Wesley Fort Benton Sedaris, Sandra Butte Scvolsted, Bloke Wise River 133Seyfer. Joon Twin Bridget Shofer, Mork Columbia Follt Show. Dcnnit Whitehall Silve. Jon Fairfield Simonten. Mike Sheridon Simonten, Shirley Homilton Sionelake. Marlene Dillon Strkkling, Mike Gilchrist. Oregon 134 Strupp. Pom leodore. IdahoSollivon. Mowrmn Butte f i I Summer . Borboro Stevensville Toylor, Chris Great Foil Thompson. l.ndo lee Deer lodge Trotter, Donito Glend ve Uggetti. Dove Butte Voss. lirvda Corvallis Watson, Doug Deer Park. Wash. Whaley. Scott Townsend Welch. Marie Anaconda Wise. An to Roundup Woirhoye. Mark Anaconda Young, Bob Deer Pork. Wosh. 135In Memoriam robert d. scott we scarcely knew him ... he was with us only one short week, the week of freshman orientation, and then he had to go. robert scott, son of professor and mrs. daniel c. scott, died in a car accident the weekend of freshman orientation, we hardly knew him but some of us were deeply affected by his death, he was so full of life and eager to live every moment, perhaps God had a higher plane for rob to live on. someday we will know. the Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. he maketh me to lie down in green pastures,- he leadeth me beside the still waters. he restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake 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 for ever.GAffUJO 10 Jon chond,«'. $««, ,0,y 8°,'0,d- V,Allen, Charles Anaconda Alsbury. Sharon Missoula Anderson. Mario Choteou Arlbun, Margit Absorkce Babcock. Dorothy Alder Boker. Delvo Hot Springs Buker. Barbaro Hamilton Bollard. Darling Dillon Bollard, Somuel Dillon Bartlett, Renee Sheridan Bergeron. Donna Titusville, Florida Block, Robert Kalispcll Blaskovich, Arctic Anaconda Blood. Glorio St. Ignatius Bramlctfc. Tom lima 8ronough, Kathryn East Helena Brandel, Evelyn Geraldine Briney. Barbora Denton 138Brown, Judy D, lion Comeron, Phyllis Charlo Campbell. Vickie Anocondo Corlson, Sam Foiffield Corier. Jill Butte Chondlcr. Jane Oillon Christensen. Marian Oillon Clemens, lyndo Missoula Cooper, Doryl Darby Cornell. Scott Augusta Cornell, Wanda Deer lodge Coulter, Mary Pot Charlo Curtis, Mary Dillon Cutler, Paul Butte Daly. Colleen Helena Dovis. Jo PHI Three Forks Davis, Patricio Belgrode Denny, Judy Corvallis 139Dienstmon. Daniel Anaconda Droge. Debro Belgrade Eighorn. Julie Melrose Site. Connie Wisdom Evans. Charles Charlo Evans. Gail Charlo Evans. Robert Geyser Foirmon. Marzell loyion. Utah Foller, Daniel Superior Field. Linda Great Falls Finley, Jeononoe 8utte Ford. Charlene Boulder Fourtner, Vickie Bcrsfow. Colif. Francisco. Mary Anaconda Gabel, lorno Seattle. Wash. Gall. Virginia Twin Bridges Gorr.son, Donald Arlee Gehring. Emily Helena 140Gerlcmon, Sondro Hefeno Griding, Robert Dillon Gonrales. Helen Arocondo Grondc. Gloria Helena Homill. Kathryn Anaconda Hansen. Donald Bigfork Harmon. Debbie Hamilton Harmon. Douglas Corvallis Harmon, Michael Hamilton Harmon. Vickie Dillcn Harrimon. Polly St. Ignatius Harris. Cherie Bountiful. Utoh Harris. Garth Darby Hartman. Dovid Hamilton Horvey. David Oillon Hayden, Mildred Dillon Horelton. Stephen Concord Heaphy. Shirley Anaconda MlHeller, Nancy Hamilton Hendry. Kristi Dillon Herbit. Debra Towniend Herqctf. Sandro Lourcl Hcrmiiton, Walter Porodiie Hildrotb. Ella Clark Canyon Morina Horton, Barbara Wiie River Huffield, Comtance White Sulphur Springi Hunt. Carol Deer lodge Jimmerion, Dan Cotumbio Falls Johmon. Christine Helena Johnion, Craig Corvallii Johnion. Kathryn Cut Bank Johnion. Sonyo Plaim Jorgcnion. Debra Anaconda Joronen. Michael Anaconda 142Kimmeric. Arnold Greot Foil Kingibory, Jeonie Columbio Foil Kluetner. John lima Kuffner, Stephen Anaconda Kurti, Janice Greot Fall later, Richard Dillon low. laurie Greot Fall leoch, Randy Soldatna, Alo ka tear. Alan Corvolli lindquijt. David Darby lucero. Ronald Great Foil lyon . Potty Kalitpell Mackie, So an Seeley lake Malloy. Rochelle Great Fall Molone. Beverly Arlee Mon»field, Michael Gey er McCoon, Irvin Fort Benton McCoy. Ann Hot Spring McCracken. Vickie Oillon McCro» in. Charlene Darby 143McDermott, Helen Anaconda McGhee. Laurie Deer Lodge McGimpsey, Janie Denton McGrow, James Centerville Mclcon, Rosemarie Anaconda Mendenhall, Donna Hamilton Mercer. Daniel Twin Bridges Meyer, Joy Stevensville Michels. Jeff Box Elder Miller. Bruce Superior Miller. Mike Dontcn Miller. Robert Plains Milligon, Larry Hamilton Mitton. Donna Kalispcll Morey. Janet Chotecu Morrison, Daniel Chorlo Moitcn. Nanette Missoula 144 Mucfccy. Siddono GordinerMunson, Robert Corvallis Neal, Judith Darby Nelson, Judith Bozeman Nelson, Mary Fort Benton Nettick. Phyllis Twin Bridges Niland. Carolyn Anaconda Noonan, Thomas Sf. Regis Normon, Lawrence Hamilton O Bailey, Kenneth White Sulphur Springs Olsen, Tim Deer lodge Porker, Wanda Dillon Pendergraft, Potty Corvallis Pendleton, Dana Dillon Peterson. Karen laurel Plenert, Karen Dillon Pokornoski, Jane Kalispell Polond, Charles Anaconda Rausch, Martin Missoula 145Rooillier, Chorlct Mittoola Rowe. Sharon Crotby. North Dakota Salitbory, Bert Dillon Scholl, Marjorie Arlee Schweitzer. Randall King ham Schwenlc, Michael Miitcola Simt. Brenda Whitehall Sluagia, Mike Anacoodo Smith. Dan.el Florence Smith, Don Anccondo Sovhrado. Terry Colombia Fall Sprout, Ruth Whitefiih Stallman. Vicky Wile River Steven ton. Donna Dillon Stout. 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L 149western 10 ricks 7 a rugged defense provided the dogs with their first win over the vikings from rexberg in five years, the fumble and penalty-clogged 'Contest was not decided until the final minutes, the scoring was handled by ron lehnerz with a touchdown, and lynn stonelake, whose toe produced an extra point and a 20-yard field goal. western 21 snow 0 the dogs' offense struck early and often in tl half, building up a 21-0 lead, it then coasted hom second half, lehnerz led the scoring with two and fairman added a third, stonelake booh points. western 38 treasure valley 26 trailing 20-10 early in the third quarter, the dogs punts, w the help of two fumbled ere able to defeat a determined crew from Ontario, Oregon. ■l $ ¥ western 31 rocky 15 the dogs rebounded from an early bear touchdown to win its 11 th game in a row. rocky, much underrated, fought desperately but were outmanned by the more experienced dogs, scoring for the dogs were rhodes, sabo, lucero and fairman. stonelake added’four extra points and a field goal, . v western 20 northern 0 after a very dull first half in which they were held scoreless, the dogs finally overcame a stubborn northern ball club, leading the second half burst was lehnerz with two touchdowns. I western 4?corro 0 the dogs celebrated homecoming in fine tradition by blasting a highly regarded carroll college off th the second half, lehnerz again led the scoring w touchowns. dan gilman and earl daege added on while stonelake booted six extra points to extend his st to 19 for the year. « western 28 tech 29 after 13 straight victories, the dogs ventured to butte to meet the unbeaten orediggers. after falling behind 14-0 and 21-7, the dogs rallied to take the lead 28-21 in the fourth quarter, however, a determined tech offense pushed across the winning points with only 41 seconds left on the clock. western 6 eastern 14 the dogs, still down from the previous week's los$ were stung by a fired up band of yellowjackets, whored . up the dogs',, offense, stonelake provided all the points t with his toe. Bulldogs Bow in Quest Tom Hoover shows grit and determination as he tackles an opposing Saint player from behind. Dennis Renning pulls in a pass from Gary Ordish, while a Saint tackier moves in. 150for Fourteenth Victory Lynn Stonelake puts his toe into the ball as a Saint player tries to block his attempted P.A.T. Harry Egan, clutching a Rocky ball carrier, is about to receive additional help from Al Cutler and Hiram Williams. 151All-Conference Players Lead Bull All Conference players from left to right are Bill Donahue, Lynn Stonelake, John Thatcher, Harry Egan, Chuck Lucero, Dennis Renning, Ron Lehnerz, Dave Dearcorn and Dan Gilman. Absent when picture taken: Hiram Williams and Earl Doege.dogs to a Great Season HiftUVMIIWfllWV All-Conference fullback Ron Lehnerz disploys powerful form as he leaves tacklers lying in his wake. • 'I '1 Ail j _1 u v ’W Du, Chuck Lucero turns on speed to elude a Carroll tackier. Chuck's speed and quickness made him an All-Conference performer. 153The 70-71 Hoopsters Gain Second right: john week's hook shot seems to be blocked by billings player. bottom: charlie hall adds two more points for the bulldogs. far right: the bulldog team consists of the following: l-r. kneeling: coach casey keltz and asst, coach, clay robinson. clint rouse, doug watson, les gordon, butch me enaney, all shoots bob evans, john weeks, mark winans, charlie hall, dave debore, john booth, john marks, not pictured are lyn gallick and kent paulson. lower right.- john marks cautiously approaches his opponent. 154 M 155Teamwork Helps to Bring the inability to shoot a good percentage from the charity line caused many problems for the bulldogs this year, the bulldogs were led in scoring by soph, john weeks, who scored 589 points for a 21.8 game average, meanwhile, charlie hall, led the rebounding scene with 490 for an average of 15.8 a game, with the return of all the team members, with the exception of john marks, senior, the bulldogs should improve their 16-11 record of this year. 156Bulldogs to Victories opposite page: top: doug watson struggles after pulling down a rebound for "big red." bottom: a carroll player tries unsuccessfully to prevent al shoats from catching a pass. above: charlie hall puts the ball up for two points. right: john marks puts the ball up unsuccessfully from the side.above: butch me enaney tips in the ball. right: the bulldogs gain possession of the ball as john weeks gets the rebound. far right: two points scored by butch weren't enough to gain a victory for the bulldogs. far bottom.- three players were named to all-conference teams this year, left: charlie hall 1st team all-conference 1st team n.a.i.a., dist. 5 center: john weeks 1st team all-conference right: butch me enaney honorable mention 1581970-71 Record won 16 lost 11 wmc 81 vaughn realty 86 wmc 89 vaughn realty 105 wmc 96 lewis dark 89 wmc 76 lewis dark 101 wmc 95 northern 72 wmc 114 montana tech 72 wmc 70 eastern 91 wmc 84 whitworth 81 wmc 105 whitworth 84 wmc 80 Westminster 82 wmc 73 Westminster 74 wmc 96 carroll 73 wmc 102 eqiporia (kan.) 78 wmc 79 fort hayes 80 wmc 72 fort hayes wmc 93 northern wmc 89 Westminster wmc 74 montana tech wmc 83 carroll wmc 84 eastern wash, wmc 99 carroll wmc 75 eastern wmc 84 rocky mt. wmc 71 eastern wmc 75 northern • A wmc 68 montana tech wmc 98 rocky mt.Basketball the 1970-71 basketball season proved to be a successful one. the team enjoyed a winning mark of 4-2. a change over men's rules added greatly to the games, with no seniors on the team the prospects for next year are bright. above: trudy grabs a rebound and prepares to put the ball back up for two points. right: sheri drives past the opponent for an easy basket. 160Also Brings Participation by the Women of WMC members of the womens basketball team are pictured above, they are: kneeling: l-r; billi heigh, kathy desy, bonnie morrow, teri lee; standing: l-r; mary curtis, kathy morri-son, trudy meyers, connie huffield, and sheri Horsfall. left: miss dona Wallace, discusses strategy with co-captains trudy meyers and teri lee. 1970-71 season 46 western — flathead c. c. 32 72 western — rocky mts. 34 35 western — m.s.u. (b) 28 30 western — m.s.u. (a) 37 45 western — flathead c. c. 36 28 western — skagit valley (wash.) 32 161The Cheerleaders Promote top: wmc cheerleaders are from l-r: mau-reen sullivan, connie else, sandi felton, shele bergeson, and karin rustvold. alternate; not pictured: glory blood. right: the 1970-71 cheerleaders under the direction of miss sandy smith, lead the bulldog fans in a victory cheer. above: connie else gives “big red a kick toward victory. 162»H||« Bulldog Spirit the wmc cheerleaders did much to promote the spirit shown at each sports event, basketball was no exception, each game they could be found in the foreground cheering the bulldogs on to victory. this year the enthusiastic voices behind the players were: top left: karin rustvold top right: sandi felton left: shele bergeson above: maureen sullivan 163Girls' Gymnastic Team Does Well in Competition 164the 70-71 edition of the western montano college gymnastics team was led by sophomore, maxine hankins. the team performed well against strong competition through the entire year, thus giving coaches Wallace and sheriff reason for optimism next year. top: the five girls on the gymnastics team are from left to right: mary nelson, max hankins, janice stout, arlene hirschman, and terry henderson. 165A New Competitive Sport at Western Proves to Be Successful a new competitive sport for the girls at western this year is track and field, the team did a fine job in the three meets in which it took part, again the future looks good for the girls in this area of athletics. 166 for page: fop: mary curtis practices her form in the javelin. center: janet stout works on her glide, bottom: sandi felton practices the ever important hand off to helen hannon. left.- connie else clears bar with her fosberry flop, below: bonnie morrow works to perfect her start, bottom: members of the track team relax after a practice session, they are from left to right: miss sheriff, t. lee, s. felton, m. curtis, b. heigh, janet stout, m. hankins, p. davis, h. hannon, and d. droge. seated in front a'C: c. else, c. huffield, jonice stout, and b. morrow. 167Baseball Rounds Out above: jon konen rounds third as coach thatcher waves him on to score a run. top right: mark winans rears back to fire his hard, dark one. right: a run is easily scored by jack rhoads. far page: top: rhodes carefully watches the ball as it misses the outside corner. center: team members engage in a game of pepper before the game starts. bottom: winans takes a short lead off of first after hitting ball to center field. 168Western's Competitive Sports 169Baseballer's Finish Third top: the baseball team for 1971 consists of l-r pat hurley, paul cutler, rick borden, jay loveless, ron nicholas, jack mcgreevy, ward sandberg, mark win-ans, jack rhodes, al cutler, gary howey, dave uggetti, marzelle fairman. missing are jon konen, dave Crenshaw, paul greenough, kim nelson, mike dellwo, and coach john thatcher. right: players mingle around the bench before the game gets under way. “we hit well; our pitching was the best in the league—but our defense killed us," reminisced head coach john thatcher. the bulldogs finished in third place with a 5-3 record, their overall record was 8-9. the leading hitter was soph, jon konen, who had a .439 hitting average, he also led in rbi s with 12. the leading pitcher was freshman marzelle fairman, who had a 2-0 mark with an earned run average of 2.30. 170conference standings northern wins 8 losses 2 eastern 8 2 western 5 3 rocky 3 5 tech 2 8 carroll 2 8 top: coach thotcher gives mark signal to hold up as he comes into third standing up. center left: the keystone combination of fairman and borden practice their diamond work. center right: relief ace, paul greenough, warms up. left: hurley reaches into glove and prepares to throw to second. above: hurley rounds third and heads for home as coach thatcher waves him on. 171Thindads Set Seven right: mel rice stretches out to clear hurdles on way to new record of 15.0 seconds. below: clucas and williams battle to tap in the hundred. below right: showing the form that makes him one of the leading jumpers in the conference is western's lyn gallick. bottom: taylor, one of the nation's leading javelin throwers, releases it on its record flight of 226 feet. bottom right: harlan turns it on as he enters the final turn of the 880. During the year he set a new record in this event with a time of 1.59. 172School Records members of the western montana college track team are pictured above, they are from I to r: harlan johnson, kent paulson, stan svensrud, mel rice, coach casey keltz, ron lehnerz, terry vander-pan, gene teegarden, chuck evans, doug sa-bo, jim cox, jim magee, mike tyvand, terry sou-hrada, coach ron wirtz, courtney taylor, gary rankin, hiram williams, bob young, paul quill-•n9 lyn gallick, bob clucas, missing from the picture is Steve frost. far left: ron lehnerz, one of the premier weightmen in the conference, puts the discus into flight. left: doug sabo clears 13 6 to set a new record in pole vaulting.top left: terry souhrado leaves runway on his way to victory in the triple jump, he now holds the school record for the event at 45 feet. top right: steve frost gave western several strong performances in the javelin during the year. center: hiram is shown in the process of making the broad jump. far right: ron lehnerz puts the shot out. right: jim magee provided much depth in the shot and discus. 174 top left: harlan pushes rocky opponent in close mile run at western invitational. top right: terry vanderpan presses himself up to bar in an attempt to clear it. he was able to tie the school record of 13 6 ' during the year. above left: gary rankin forces the shot as team mate looks on. above: the finals of the conference hundred finds three bulldogs among the finalists. left: teegarden, the versatile performer, takes off in the triple jump. the 71 edition of the bulldogs placed second in the conference, but they set seven new school records on the way. besides several individual records, two team marks were recorded. these were the mile relay at 3:25.4 Iclucas, cox, young, and paulson); and the 440 relay at 43.2. (clucas, paulson, tee-garden, and williams.) 175Wrestling Conies to Western top: members of the wrestling team are, l-r: coach ron wirtz, dan anderson, pat hurley, lloyd omsberg, charlie alien, dennis patton, kelly barrett, dave argon, dave hartman, coach rusty ruttenger. missing: john bennett, harry egan, and dan faller. kelly appears to be in trouble against tech, opponent but he later recovered to take the match. wrestling, perhaps one of the old est sports, became the newest at western during the past year, from all accounts, it’s here to stay. the team compiled a 4-3 conference record, and finished 5-7 overall. the team was led by two freshmen: dave hartman 9-3-2 and lloyd omsberg 8-3-2. these two members also were runners up in the state aau freestyle meet. “we learned a lot this year," wirtz declared, “and with some strong transfers and promising frosh joining our excellent returnee corps, prospects point toward a highly-competitive bulldog squad. 176Students Participate in Intramural Sports 177School Year 70-71 Was Another 178Banner Year for Intramurals '70-'71 intramural champs volleyball..............greatful dead football ..............greatful dead basketball ................. swalagus baseball................greatful dead handball............novice—jack rhodes advanced—gary ordish doubles—gary ordish jim benney 179180for some of us, support, loyalty and confidence will come today; for others. )8i it’s just a matter of time ...A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS INTERESTED IN TEACHING CAREERS ... WESTERN OFFERS THESE DEGREES: • Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education This degree qualifies you to instruct kindergarten through ninth grades • Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education This degree qualifies you to teach grades seven through twelve • Master of Science in Education • A Fifth Year Program for the Professional Certificate • Bachelor of Arts in English and History OR, IF YOU ARE INTEREST INTERESTED IN OTHER CAREERS, WESTERN OFFERS: • A two-year curriculum in Business Education • A two-year General College Course • One and two-year Pre-Professional courses preparing for entrance into professional schools ACCREDITATION Western Montana College is a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and the Association of State Colleges and Universities. It is accredited by the Montana State Board of Education, ex-officio Regents of the Montana University System, the Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools, and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education for the preparation of elementary and secondary teachers through the Bachelor's Degree. For Information, Write to the Admissions Officer WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE Dillon, Montana 59725A I H " ruTijRA, ....tB '«!» , '-5 or i«9'3 vS® ACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDE— Modern Dormitories for Men Attractive and Convenient Residence Hall for Women Sixteen Modern Apartments for Married Students Dining Room Facilities for Men and Women Make Reservations Now By Writing Admissions Officer WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 183 DIUON. MONTANA 59725WMC BOOSTER CLUB The WMC Booster Club, founded in 1958, has contributed almost $60,000 to the college. Through the help of the Booster Club and other such organizations during this period, Western s enrollment has grown from 429 to its present 1,042. During the Booster Club s eleven years it has provided over 300 freshman scholarships to Western Montana College. Forty-seven such scholarships ($9,400) were granted for the 1970-71 academic year. Recipients are selected primarily on their academic excellence and their professed desire to enter the teaching profession. Each recipient receives $200, divided over the three quarters, but high grade-point averages must be maintained to secure this aid. Officers for the current year are: Max Nield, president; Jerry Hawkins, vice-president; Joe Lane, treasurer; Charles Stauffer, secretary. As of December, 1970, the Booster Club had a membership of 83 which includes: Arnold Benson Edward Cebull Co-op Supply, Inc. Stanley Davison Miss Blanche McManus Gile Mitchell Montana Power Harris Opp Parisian Cleaners J. C. Penney Co. 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