University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT)
- Class of 1972
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Text from Pages 1 - 200 of the 1972 volume:
Those responsible for what is to be found herein
Mary Alyce Devine, editor Barbara Briney, assistant editor Miss Blanche McManus, advisor
Staff Evelyn Brandel Ann Sandstrom Mary Drabbs Susan Osborn Don Heuscher Nancy Rutten Mike Rea Mary Ann Tower Micheal Sheehan Craig Williams Advertising Crew Ann Sandstrom, business manager Craig Williams Mary Drabbs Elaine Totten Janet Sanders Lyla Baldridge Cindy Smith Kathy larken Paul Udall
Photographers Denny Gemmell Dillon Portrait Studio Bridenstine PhotographyThe Beginning...................................4
The Registered ................................82
Each man's life represents a road toward himself, an attempt at such a road, the intimation of a path.
No man has ever been entirely and completely himself. Yet each one strives to become that — one in an awkward, the other in an intelligent way,
each as best he can.6Each man carries the vestiges of his birth — the slime and eggshells of his primeval past — with him to the end of his days.
8Some never become human, remaining frog, lizard and ant.
Some are human above the waist, fish below. Each represents a gamble on the part of nature in creation of the human.
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But each of us — experiments of the depths — strives toward his own destiny.
We can understand one another; but each of us is able to interpret himself. To himself alone.
Hermann Hesse Demian
13uWork consists of whatever a body is obliged to do, and play consists of whatever a body is not obliged to do.
Mark TwainWestern Places Nineteen
An elementary major from Dillon, Joellen Johnson was the director of the 1971 Miss Western Scholarship Pageant. She has been a member of Spurs, KZN, and Art Club. Joellen has also been the recipient of Advanced Honor Scholarships.
An excellent athlete, Dan Gilman of Missoula has been active in student government as well as in sports. Dan, a transfer student from Montana Tech, has served as student body president, been a member of Western's football team for two years and a member of the track team for one year. He has received the honor of All-Conference Football Player for four straight years including the year and a half he spent at Tech, and All-American honors for two years. Dan an industrial arts major and physical education minor, has received a football scholarship and is a member of "M" Club.
Jennie Henry, a physical education major, takes an active part in Western. She is a member of KZN, WRA, AWS, PEMM Club and has been a member of Spurs. Jennie also served as vice-president of the Women's Recreation Association.
Cathy Kuglin of Dillon is an elementary major with an art and English minor. She has been involved in AWS, PEMM Club and KZN, as well as being a member of the Westerners drill team. Cathy has been the recipient of the Booster Club Scholarship and two Advanced Honor Scholarships.
Lynda Childers, of Galata, has spent much of her time working with the Student Education Association. During the 1970 SEA Convention she served as alternate vice-president. Lynda, an English major, has also worked as a reporter for the "Wesco-lite" and has been a member of the "Chinook" staff.
16Seniors In Who's Who
Cynde Harlsell of Anaconda has been involved in various activities here at Western. She has taken an active part in intramurals, been a member of AWS and PEMM Club. Cynde also reigned as Western's 1970 Homecoming Queen.
JoAnn Gygax, recipient of three Advanced Honor Scholarships, the Jane Buttery Memorial Scholarship and the Yokohama Officers' Wives Scholarship, has been very active during her college career. She served as student body president when a junior and as secretary to the student body president her senior year. )oAnn, a mathematics major, and a Spanish minor, is a member of AWS, SEA, WRA, Newman Club, Gargoyles and KZN. She has also been president and junior advisor of Spurs.
Margaret Sietsema, an art major and music minor, served as the 1970-71 Pep Band director. She is a member of Art Club and Music Club. Margaret has received the 1971 Music Award and been the recipient of Advanced Honor Scholarships.
Louise Schlegel, with a plan to complete college in a three-year period, has taken part in many campus activities. She has served as ICC representative for SEA, worked as a secretary in the Industrial Arts Department, and printed Miss Western Programs. Louise has been a member of Folk Club, AWS, Intramurals, SEA, Chanticleers and Music Club. She also was the recipient of the Booster Club Scholarship.
Craig Williams is an English major from Helena. He has worked with the Chinook staff for three years, been a member of Central Board and worked as Business Manager. Craig is a member of SEA and has served as president of this organization.
17An outstanding scholar, Agnes Drake of Dillon is an English and business major. She is a member of SEA and Gargoyles. She played a part in the play "Everyman" and worked on the backstage crew for "The Glass Menagerie." Agnes has received three Advanced Honor Scholarships and the Genevieve Albertson English Award.
Glen Larum, of Charlo, is the editor of the "Wescolite." An accomplished journalist, he has also been the editor of an underground newspaper called the "Redeye." Glen has represented the "Wescolite" at the Rocky Mountain Press Association Conventions and is an announcer for the local radio station, KDBM. He has also played baseball for Western.
The recipient of two Advanced Honor Scholarships, Marcy Pendleton of Dillon is an elementary and social science major. Marcy, having a minor in art, has become involved in Art Club and is a member of SEA.
NO PICTURE AVAILABLE Patti Rambo, an art major, is an excellent rodeoer. She is a member of AWS, Art Club and Rodeo Club. Patti has also served as president of the Rodeo Club.
A former cheerleader for Western, Terri Hulet has been active behind the scenes of Homecoming activities as well as being the director of the 1972 Miss Western Pageant. A physical education major from Dillon, she is a member of WRA, PEMM Club and the gymnastics team. Terri was also a member of Spurs.
Kathy Donnelly, an elementary major and music minor, has been involved in organizations on campus as well as off campus. She has been a member of KZN and the gymnastic team and also a member of the LDS Institute and a teacher of ballet and gymnastics in Dillon. Kathy was a fourth runner-up for the title of Miss Western and third runner-up for the Beaverhead County Rodeo Queen.
loan Delger of Townsend has been active in various clubs on campus. She has been a member of Ski Club. Folk Club, and Speech Club. She is presently a member of SEA, AWS, Gargoyles and Chanticleers, as well as being a charter member of Kappa Delta Pi Honorary, loan, and English major and art minor, has received the Advanced Honor Scholarship and AAUW Scholarship. She has reported for the "Wescolite," played minor parts in several plays and been a Miss Western candidate.
Chuck Lucero, a physical education major and art minor from Great Falls, has been very active in sports. He has received the honor of All-Conference Football Player for three years, served as defensive co-captain of Western's team and been the recipient of football scholarships. He is a member of "M" Club and the Handball Club. Chuck also served as vice-president of his class during his junior and senior years and has been a member of Central Board.
Recipient of the Miss Congeniality Trophy and third runner-up to Miss Western 1971, Kathy Brown has been an active member of many organizations on campus. She has been a member of Spurs and Ski Club and is in WRA, SEA, KZN and PEMM Club. Kathy, a Dillon native, has been working towards a double major in biological science and physical education.
AWS (Associated Women Students) is comprised of all women students on VVMC's Campus Pictured in the top picture opposite (starling at the front jnrl going right) are first Row: Kathy Larkin, Ann Geh-ring, Bov Malone, Pam Strupp, Jennie Henry, Laurie Schroeder, Kan Olson, .Mary Drat L s Second Row Ann Sandstrom, Rochelle Malloy, Barb Buker, Bonnie Patrick, Kathy langel. Sue Seeley, Cindy Smith, Linda Kjos, Karen Weber. Third Row: Sharon Field, Linda lidell, Jamelle Schmidt, Ausra Rudvalis, Myna Johnson, lulie Dagnall, Cindy Hart sell, JoAnn Gygax. Char lelinck, lois Bradshaw, Mary Nelson, fourth Row: Nadine Zaruba. Mrs. Carmody, Sue Osborn, Gail Ivans, Cary tn sveiler, Mary Carol laPalm, Yvonne Conko, Pam lepley, Colette King, lois Johnson, Karen Peterson, fifth Row: Amelia Rodhorn, Nancy lley, Lori Frey, Shirley Idleman (president), Patty Gilham, Kathy Fclsman, Donna Memdcnhall, Trudy Meyer, Max Hankins, Carol Dunbar, Joan MacDonald, Kathy Van Den Bos, Kristy Judd, Carol Kautzman and Linda Willoughby.
AWS officers are Bev Malone (vice-president), Shirley Idleman (president), Pam Strupp (ICC and Dear lohn editor), Vicki Rraughton — not pictured— (secretary), at the MIAWS convention, which was held m Havre m Novemlier, Shirley was elected president and Pam was chosen secretary. len other girls attended the convention.
House Affairs Committee (HAC) governs the girls' dorm. Members of HAC are Sheri Horsfall — president; lois Bradshaw, Cindy Smith, Mrs Carmody, Mary Carol laPalm. Standing: lois Johnson, Sandy Hergitt, Max Hankins, Trudy Meyer, Cindy Sheldon. 8ev Malone — secretary; and Linda Ducie.SEA
SEA may be small but it is an active organization on our campus. Or. Zetler is the sponsor with Lucinda Sheldon serving as the groups president. Members pictured are: Darrell Omsburg, Theresa Corey, Kathy Branaugh, Sandy Gerleman, lX rothy McConnell, Teresa Heidt, Lucinda Sheldcn, and Debbie Pier.
Membership into Kappa eta Nu is based on scholastic achievement and campus involvement Members pictured above are: Back Row: Rayleen Pike, Susan Miller, Mary Curtis, Carole Homan, Maxine Hankins, Dana Pendleton, Bev .Malone, Linda Willoughby, Nancy Rutten, Charlene Ford, Susan Mackie. and Mary Lou Egan. From Row: Arlene Bremer, Connie Use, Barb Buker, Linda Ducie, Maureen Sullivan, Gail Evans, and Mary Nelson.
24Kappa Delta Pi
Pictured above, are the charter members of Kappa Delta Pi, an Education Honorary for students with a J 00 or higher average. This is Kappa Delta Pi's first year on WMC's campus. Starting in the back row from the left the members are — Don Richardson. Rick Borden, Dr. Nebeker, Marlene Stonelake, Linda Reichle, Gail lames, Candace Estill, Addrion Leonard, Donna Fouts, Jennie Henry, Linda Liddell, Mary Bohna, and Dr Newlon. Seated: Joan Delger, Teresa Heidt, Mike Heaphy, and Martin Marshall
Other members include Standing: Terrence Swanson, Lucinda Sheldon, Fred Searle, Lynn Realph, Cheryl Urick, Chris Taylor, Larry Mougey, Karen O'Farrell, Darrell Vallance, Susan Olsen, Rayleen Pike, Gary Rankin Seated, Back Row: Maxine Hankins, Dorothy Hogan, Rochelle Kenison, Alice Knorr, Carol McLaren. Second Row: Jennifer Cuddy, Julie Dagnall, Kathy Dcsi, Agnes Drake, Eva Graves, loAnn Gygax, Shirlee Hagerman first Row: Vicky Blunn, Alta Burrell, Larry Busch and Theresa Corey.Rodeo
The WMC Rodeo Club is a very active group. Mr. Don Walters, known as "coach" to the group, is the sponsor. This year's officers are Pete Burwcll, president; Kelly Barrett, vice-president; Donna Fouts, secretary; and Brent Johnson, treasurer.
Opposite Page Top Pictures: After Dillon's labor Day Rodeo, the Rodeo Club turned out in lull force to clean up the grounds. On the truck are Kelly Barrett, Pete Burwcll, Yvonne Conko. Donna Fouts, and Bonnie Could (below) Donn Short, lohn Pfister, Patty Short and Ruth Sprout.
Members of Rodeo Club include: Standing: Pete Burwcll, Debbie Barrett, Ray Stocks, Brent Johnson, John Bauman, Ann Cehrmg. Doug Milliron, Molly Jakovac, lola Anglin, |ohn Pfister, Bonnie GoukJ. Seated- Patti Short, "Coach" Walters, Sam Short, Wayne fisc, Donn Short, Donna Fouts, Kelly Barrett, and Cmdy Doering
JQtudent Wives, Art Club, And I.A.
STUDENT WIVES (left to right) Mrs. Baker (from the Hobbio Shop), Mrs. Kelt (sponsor), Patti Ordish. Arlene McEnanev, and Patti Nau. Student Wives is an informal organization for all wives of students. In the picture, the members were getting a few tips from Mrs. Baker on making Easter egg trees and other Easter dec orations.
ART CLUB (left to right) Mr. Brein a (sponsor), Ken Masterson (president). Keven Heaney, Carolyn Elliot, Alice Knorr, and Dana Pendleton.
I.A. ClUB (left to right) Keven Heaney, |im Hartwick, Harold Clark, Mike Pickett, Mike Heaphy. Boyd Oster, Gene Posivio, |im Backstrom, and Mr. Scott (sponsor).
28Qpurs And Circle K
Under the supervision of Miss Dona Wallace, and Mary Carol laPalm and Maxine Hankins as Junior Advisors, this years SPURS were (Halting at top of "5") Janice Stout, Susan Mackie, Gail Evans, Charlene Ford, Jane Pokornoski, Barb Buker, Cheryl Thompson, Susan Miller, Mary Carol LaPalm (Junior Advisor), Barb Briney, Patrice Whaley, Connie f Ise, Mary Curtis, Dana Pendleton and Evelyn Brandel.
Mr. Leith was the Circle K sponsor this year with Terry Lindgren in the president's seat. Pictured members of Circle K. are: Standing: Mr. Leith, Chuck Poland, Bill Forrester, Richard Mathison, Terry Lindgren, Jim Cox, Chuck Evans, Jay .Meyer, Mike Sluagia, Mike Rae, and Wally Feldt. Seated: Brian Etchart, Mike Miller, Gary Geoble, Mike Simonson, Dave Cypher and Dale Chamberlain.
29Ski Club, Handball Club, "M" Club
Ski Club members include: Wayne Allen, Ray Barnes, |eri Bleich, Bruce Brown, Ron Carden;ana, Paul Eblem, Norman Flamm, George Gemmcll, Harold Gemmell, Alan Gransburg, Sieve Kuffner, Margo lee, Haskell lobb, Dennis loveless, Jerry Meine, Jeff Michels, Bob Rase, Cathy Rebish, Polly Reinhardt, Don Richardson, Nancy Rutten, Dave Searle, Ruth Sproul, Mary lou Stish, Bill Walker, Robin Walker, Cheryl Urick, Jim Williams, .Mark Williams, and Cathy Wilson. Dr. Gober and Mr. Alme were the sponsors.
Handball is one of the new sports found on our campus. The Handball Club is open to all who are interested in the game. This picture features a handball player in action on one of the handball courts.
"M" Club Members from left to right are: Harlan Johnson, Dan Gilman, Jim Cox, Dennis Patton, Ty Cotton, Kent Paulson, Hoot Ziegler (Vice-Pres.), Ron Nau, Lyn Gallick, Chuck Evans, Gary Rankin and Bob Young "M" Club members are chosen through participation in athletic competition.PEMM Club, WRA
PfMM stands for Physical Education Majors and Minors. Members pictured above are Back Row — Lett to Right: Trudy Meyer. Kneeling: Donna Milton, Janet Stout, Maxine Hankins, Sherrie Horsfall. Colleen Daly, Kathy Desy. Pat Davis, Charlene Ford, Connie Else, Ten Lee, and Gail Evans. Front Row: Bonnie Patrick. Amelia Redhorn, Jennie Henry, Kathy Felsman, Cindy Smith, Patty Wohler, Helen Hannon, Billi Heigh, and Mary Curtis.
WRA (Women's Recreation Association) sponsors all of the girls intermural sports such as the volleyball, basketball and softball games. To belong to WRA each girl must participate in at least two intramural sports a year. WRA helps to provide a release for your pent-up energy.
31MEDICINE SHOW — (left to right) Jim Cox, Bob Young, Dr. Andersen, Terry Magerman, and Mr. Dillingham.
(top to bottom) John Musgrovc — president, Rick Holton, Craig Williams. Chris Taylor, Agnes Drake, Mike Rea, Bobbea Prod, Zelda Holton, Vicki Blunn, lean Tarbet, and Mr. Ryburn — director.
WMC BAND MEMBERS: Annette Bechtold, Terry Hagerman, Colleen Johnson, David LeVeque, Patricia lange, Kathleen langel. Mary Nelson. Merle Nelson, Karen Nielson, Raylecn Pike, Amelia Red horn, Michael Sbragia, Susan Seelye, .Margaret Sielsema, Cindy Smith, Becky-|o Thompson, Jerry Vanderpan, Terry Vanderpan, Carla Wood, Robert Young.
WMC CHORALE MEMBERS: Vicki Bowman, Sharon Field, Carol Kautrman, Rochelle Malloy, Penny Pilgrim, Jean Tarbet, Mary Nelson, Rayleen Pike, Patty Wchler, Linda Willoughby, Jim Cox, Chuck Poland, Mike Sbragia, Jerry Vanderpan, Bob Young. Dale Chamberlain, Terry Hagerman, Mike Miller, Bill O'Connor, Terry Rosin.
WMC CHORUS MEMBERS: Ron Banks, Carry Blaseg. Vicki Bowman, Evelyn 8randel, Cary Braughten. Judy Carlson, Dale Chamberlain. Theresa Corey, Jim Cox. Jim Dickinsen, Chuck Evans, Sharon Field, Terry Hagerman, Pat Haynes, Jan Hewitt, Darlene Jurcich, Carol Kaut man, Patty lange, Kathleen langel, David LeVeque, Tina LeVeque, Jackie lytton, Sandy lytton, Rochelle Malloy, Laurie McGhee, Mike Miller, Donna Mitton, lark Morris, Nanette Morton, Barry Naylor, Mary Nelson, Merle Nelson, Bill O'Connor, Susan Osborn, Bonnie Patrick, Karen Peterson, Rayleen Pike, Penny Pilgrim, Chuck Poland, Terry Rosin. Mike Sbragia, Denise Smith, Mike Strickling, Jean Tarbet, Trudy Trudgeon, Jerry Vanderpan, Patty Wehler. Karen Wet steon, Linda Willoughby, Chris Witschey, Bob Young
Spring quarter members of the Wescolite included: |ohn Mus-X'ove, luAnne Me Craw, Rochelle Kenison, Agnes Drake, Mary lou Egan, Peter Arnol, Glen larum, Margaret Stahl, Mary Bennetts, Mrs. Brown (sponsor), Susan Osborn, |an Hewitt, Don Hill, Dan Hanley, and Craig Williams.
Glen and lohn, the Editor and Assistant Editor, are admiring the third-place trophy the Wescolite received for General Excellence in a Division III category at the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Press Association convention.
Gail lames, Mr. Gosnell, and Anita Burch reviewing the Muse. The Muse is compiled from works done by Western students. The Muse is Western's annual literary publication.
This year's Chinook staff was headed by three eager beaver editors. Heading the ten-member staff were Mary Alyce Devine, Barbara Briney, and Evelyn Brandel. In the top picture the editors are deciding on the opening section pictures. The staff pictured (left to right) Mary Ann Tower, Dick Heuscher, Mike Rae, Ann Sandstrom, Miss McManus (sponsor), Mary Drabbs, Susan Osborn, Evelyn Brandel, Mary Alyce Devine, and Barb Briney. Mot Pictured: Michael Sheehan and Nancy Rutten.
At this year's Publication Dinner, Mr. Ralph McFadden was presented with the 1971 Chinook. The Chinook was dedicated to Mr. McFadden. Mary Alyce Devine, this year's editor and Mistress of Ceremonies, made the presentation.
36Christ Lives Within WMC
On Stairs (left to right) father O'Neill, lola Anglin, Carol Dunbar, Mrs. Hill. Don Hill. Back Row (left to right) Scott Whaley, Jane McGimpsey, Pat lynch, Dave Charlton. Harold Clark, and Rick Borden.
Front Row (left to right) lanellc Schmidt, Carolyn Doten, Richard Mathison, "Butch" Hankins, lay Meyer. Second Row (lelt to right) Ann Gchring, Donna Milton, lark Morris, Colleen Fmmgan, Karen Rampy, .Mark Hansen. Third Row (left to right) Glen larum, Don Bartok, Ray Rannev and Mrs. (Mom) Bridenstein.
Central Board is the main governing body of Western Montana College. It is comprised of fourteen members. Except for the four class officers, the members are chosen by the student body in two general elections — one in the spring and one in the fall. Serving on the board are the president, vice-president, secretary, nine represontatives-at-large, a business manager, and a social chairman. Central Board serves as the go-between for the students and the faculty.
The 1971-72 officers were Dan Gilman — president; Tom Willis — vice-president; and JoAnn Gygax — secretary. Winter Quarter Joan McDonald served as secretary. Other members of the board were lola Anglin, Mary Lou Egan, Chuck Evans, Mark Shafer, Vicky Willis, Mike Miller, Jim Cox, Rick Borden, and Karin Rustvold. Craig Williams served as business manager and Dale Sprout was the social chairman. Dean Stish and Mr. Hickethier served as faculty advisors to the group.
The Inter Club Council consists of elected representatives from all campus organizations. The main objective of this council is to develop better communications among the numerous campus groups. ICC is headed by Central Board's vice-president. This year the office was held by Tom Willis. Members of ICC were Ann Geh-ring, Janet Hewitt, lane McGimpsey, Linda Liddell, Pam Strupp, Susan Miller, He-leen Hildreth, Kelly Barrett, Gene Posivio, Mary Nelson, Patti Wehler, and Chuck Poland.40The extra calories needed for one hour of intense physical activity would be completely met by eating one oyster cracker or one half of a salted peanut.
F. G. BenedictHomecoming DrawsEnthusiastic Crowds
Saturday's events began with the parade in which creativity was apparent in the various floats.
The day was cold but the Bulldogs still fought as hard as they could to win the football game that day. Unfortunately the opponent, Montana Tech, fought a little harder.
43Eleven charming young ladies vied for the position of reigning over Homecoming activities. Receiving the honor was lola Anglin with Sandi Felton as runner-up. The eleven were: lola Anglin, Circle K; Sandi Felton, Music Club; Sue Mackie, AWS; Bonnie Gould, Rodeo Club; Connie Else, I.A. Club; Elaine Totten, Freshman Class; Carol Dunbar, Newman Club; Karin Rustvold, Junior Class; Connie Huf-field. Sophomore Class; Polly Reinhart, Senior Class; and Eileen Jeller, "M" Club.
lola Reigns As
441971 Homecoming QueenEntertainment Scene At Western
Entertainment came to Western in various forms this year. A few are presented here, including: Punch, Mason Proffitt, The People Tree, and Daddy Cool.
46Wide And VariedDuring the summer the Gargoyle Club presented the play "Late Love." The action of this comedy takes place in the living room of the Colby home in Connecticut. It was a Sunday afternoon early in September when the group came together in the Colby home.
Matthew Anderson ..
Constance Warburton Janet Colby........
.. .Gerald Parson .. .Dave Bennetts
.. John Musgrove
Bertha Gay Court ... .Zelda Holton
48Tennessee Williams, the author of the "Glass Menagerie" is well known for his use of the hard-luck tale. This play is no exception. Amanda, trying to raise her children after her husband has deserted them, feels that the time has come for Laura to have gentlemen callers. Laura is a cripple who is completely obsessed with her glass animals and has come to accept the way of life she is living. Tom, after much nagging brings a friend home from the factory. But this friend is engaged to be married. The play ends where it began, in an alley in St. Louis. Now only Laura and her mother live in this run-down hotel; Tom is gone.
The Mother (Amanda)...........................Betty Barnes
Her Son (Tom)..................................Mike Miller
Her Daughter (Laura)..........................lorna Gabel
The Gentleman Caller (Jim)............John Musgrove
49MacBeth, the ill-fated noble, finds that his destiny is foreseen by the three Weird Sisters. Prophecy leads him to become the Thane of Clamis, Thane of Cawdor and finally the King of Scotland. With the prompting of his wife, MacBeth succeeds in securing his final title through murder.
King Duncan and MacBeth's true friend Banquo must be eliminated. Murder does not end here but continues with the merciless killing of Lady MacDuff and her daughter. Malcolm, the rightful heir to the throne, has fled, as well as his brother Donalbain, in fear of being accused of the murder of their father. Madness finally takes the life of Lady MacBeth as MacDuff, who has come to avenge the death of Duncan, takes the life of MacBeth.
Duncan, King of Scotland..........................
Malcolm, His son..................................
Donalbain, His son................................
MacBeth, General of the king's army...............
Banquo, General of the king's army ...............
MacDuff, Nobleman of Scotland ....................
Lennox, Nobleman of Scotland ..:..................
Ross, Nobleman of Scotland........................
Menteith, Nobleman of Scotland....................
Angus, Nobleman of Scotland.......................
Caithness, Nobleman of Scotland...................
Fleance, son to Banquo............................
Siward, Earl of Northumberland
General of the English forces...................
Young Siward, His son.............................
Seyton, an officer attending on MacBeth ..........
Girl, Daughter to MacDuff.........................
An Old Man .......................................
A Scotch Doctor...................................
Gentlewoman Attending on Lady MacBeth.............
The Weird Sisters.................................
Ladies of the Court...............................
Lady MacBeth .....................................
........... WILLIAM C. FERGUSON
................. PETER ARNOT
.......BETTY BARNES, VICKY BLUNN,
. LYNDA CHILDERS, POLLY BRAMLETTE, MARY ALYCE DEVINE, JENNIFER CUDDY
.................MARY LOU EGAN"Everyman" is a 15th century morality play which centers around Everyman, who is called to his final reckoning before he has time to prepare himself. In trying to persuade his many friends such as fellowship, kindred and cousin, goods, knowledge, five wits, strength, discretion and beauty to journey to death with him he fails. The only one who can redeem him is his good deeds.
After this play was presented on stage at Western, Mr. Ryburn and the cast went on tour to various churches in neighboring cities, where the play was received with much acclaim and praise.CAST
Everyman .......................................................Rick Holten
Kindred...................................................... Chris Taylor
Good Deeds......................................................Agnes Drake
Discretion ...............................................Mary Carol LaPalm
Five Wits.............................................................Vicky Blunn
Beauty...................................................Darling Belle Nokes
53Classes Are A DailyRoutine At Western
55Blood-drawing, M Day And Spurs-M-Club GameContinue To Show Spirit Of Western
57The big circus begins with the parade of contestants. Moving along in the circus the contestants present themselves in evening gown competition. Leading the parade is Elaine Totten, followed in order by Judy Denny Maureen Sullivan, Sandy Felton, Donna Touts, Cindy Smith and Maxine Hankins.
Talent competition is followed by swimsuit competition. And finally, the results. Pausing for a moment before the announcement of the results, the contestants take the time to present Sue Hardaway, co-chairman of the pageant with a red rose from each of them.
Announcement of the winner of the Talent Trophy comes in the form of the name Maureen Sullivan. Miss Congeniality, as chosen by her fellow contestants is awarded to Cindy Smith.
Finally the tenseness of the audience is felt as ring-leader, Glen larum announces the final results. Third runner-up: Maxine Hankins. Second runner-up: Elaine Totten. First runner-up: Sandy Felton. And finally drawing the big circus to a climax and a close. Miss Western 1972: Maureen Sullivan.
5859The talent portion of the Miss Western Pageant is an important factor in deciding who will become the new Miss Western. This competition is worth 50% of the total evaluation of the contestants.
In portraying the ever-loved character of Huck from the American classic Huckleberry Finn by Mark I wain, Judy Denny relates some of Huck's feelings before running away.
The accordian, an instrument well known in the old time beer parlors is brought to life again as Cindy Smith plays "The Village Tavern Polka."
An artist in many ways, Maxine Hankins presents one of her talents in the form of painting and sculpture. People make up the bulk of the subject matter brought forth in her work.
Maureen Sullivan portrays the growing insanity of a woman confined to her dark, empty cell in prison. Emotion-packed is one description of "The Button."
Performing to the rhythm of "Iron Butterfly" Elaine Totten exhibits her gymnastic skills on the uneven parallel bars.
Sandy Felton, combining her acting and singing skills brings forth some of the stamina which dwells within the soul of Molly Brown as she says "I Ain't Down Yet."
Donna Fouts presents the dramatic soliloquy of the ill-fated lover, Juliet, from the Shakespearean tragedy Romeo and Juliet.
6061Agnes Drake Zella K. Flores Cup
Maxine Hankins Cobb Foundation Scholarship Mary Baker Emerick Art Award
Marshall Martin Rush Jordon Cup
Theresa Corey AAUW Scholarship Jane Buttrey Memorial Trust AwardAnita Burch Genevieve Albertson English Award
Maureen Sullivan WMC Faculty Women's Scholarship
Sandy Felton Montana PTA Scholarship
Dave Cypher PDK Man of the Year Award
Charlene Ford Montana Federation of Women's Clubs Scholarship
63First Liberal Arts Degrees
Presented At Seventy-fifth Commencement
The seventy-fifth annual commencement at Western Montana College was the scene of the first awarding of the liberal arts degree. The first ones to receive this new addition to the curriculum were Gary Corkins and Jeanette Nicholos.
Commencement speaker was a former graduate of Western, "Knute" Knudsen.
Following the ceremonies the induction of two Western girls took place. Being inducted into the Women's Army Corps are Jennie Henry and Cheryl Ur-ick.The question is not, can they reason? Nor, can they talk? But, can they suffer?
Jeremy BenthamDr. James E. Qhort President Of Western Montana CollegeDr. Stanley A. Grout Professor, Education Dean of Education
Mr. Henry W. Stish Dean of Students Assoc. Prof., Science
Dr. Dale R. Tash Academic Dean Professor, Sot. Science
Mrs. Marie Carmody Dean of Women
Mr. William T. Straugh
Professor P.E. and Soc. Sci. Director of AthleticsMr. Virgil F. Alme
Asst. Prof. Education
Dir., Admns. and Placement
Dr. Lawrence B. Anderson Asst. Prof. Music
Mr. Daniel G. Block Assoc. Prof., Biol. Sci.
Mr. Barney P. Brienza Instructor, Art
Mr. C. R. Anderson Professor of Education
Mr. Gordon E. Bennett Asst. Prof., Mathematics
Mrs. Almeda Brown Asst. Prof., English
Mr. Clayborn J. Anders Assoc. Prof., Ind. Arts
Dr. Kenneth J. Bandelier Assoc. Prof., Biol. Sci.
70Mr. Frank J. Busch Assoc. Prof., Soc. Science
Mr. Terrance R. Cypher Assoc. Prof., Math
Mr. O. Leon Dillingham Asst. Prof., Music
Mr. Edward A. Cebull Assoc. Prof., English
Dr. Samuel E. Davis Assoc. Prof., Music
Mr. David A. Gallagher Asst. Prof., P.E. and Soc. Sci.
Mr. James D. Corr Asst. Prof., Art
Dr. Stanley R. Davison Professor, Soc. Science
Dr. John C. Garry Professor, Business
71Dr. Wallace G. Gober Asst. Prof., English
Mr. Larry W. Hickethier Asst. Prof., Math
Mr. Donald F. Keltz Instructor, P.E.
Mr. Donald K. Gosnell Asst. Prof., English
Miss Irene Leingang Instructor, Business
Mr. Arthur W. Hedge Asst. Prof., Education
Mr. Lawrence Leith Asst. Prof., English
Mr. Jerold Hilton Asst. Prof., Soc. Sci.
Dr. Kenneth R. Hunter Asst. Prof., Education
72Mr. George Marinkovich Instructor, P.E.
Mr. Eugene R. McKeever Asst. Prof., P.E.
Dr. W. Denton Nebeker Assoc. Prof., Education
Dr. Robert E. Newlon Assoc. Prof., Education
Mr. Joe C. Ryburn Asst. Prof., English
Mr. Daniel C. Scott Asst. Prof., Ind. Arts
Miss Blanche McManus Assoc. Prof., English
Mrs. Patricia Ori Instructor (PT) Music
Miss Bonnie ). Sheriff Instructor, P.E.
73Mr. Howard Smith Dr. Richard W. Stedtfeld
Assoc. Prof., Phys. Sci. Assoc. Prof., Education
Mr. joseph B. Streepcr Asst. Prof., Phys. Sci.
Mrs. Helen M. Struckman Asst. Prof., Education
Dr. Richard L. Timken Asst. Prof., Biol. Sci.
IN II ifMiss Dona J. Wallace Asst. Prof., P.E.
Mrs. Clarice Walters Instructor (PT) Business
Mr. Donald L. Walters Asst. Prof., Art
Mr. Ronald L. Wirtz Asst. Prof., P.E.
Dr. Alan G. Zeller Asst. Prof., Education
7 5Faculty Members Take Time
76To Enjoy Dinners
77Mrs. Carlynne Blum Clerk, Library
Mr. Kenneth Cory Librarian
Mr. Harding Hanson Business Manager
Mrs. Patricia Bristol Secretary, Placement
Mrs. Leora Kapphan Clerk-Typist Reg. Office
Mrs. Carol Contway Clerk, Reg. Office
Miss Louise Farris Secretary, Registrar
Mrs. Essie Later Sec., Financial Aid
Mrs. Barbara Edgar Secretary, Education
78Mrs. Patsy Matoon Clerk, Bus. Office
Mr. Don Nicholson Manager Food Service
Mr. Paul O. Picton Registrar
Miss Marlene Hunt Clerk, Bus. Office
Mr. Larry Link Director, Financial Aid
Mrs. Patti Nau Clerk-Typist, Education
Mrs. Elaine Peterson Clerk, Business Office
Mrs. Frances Richardson Clerk, Business Office
Mr. Rodney N. Parker Assistant to Librarian
Mrs. Donna Rouse Secretary, Dean's Office
Mrs. Virginia Straugh Secretary, President
Mrs. Betty Shafer Asst, to Dean of Women
Mr. Charles A. Stauffer Director of Information
Mrs. Mabel Williss Clerk-Typist Reg. Office
Mrs. Betty Spehar Clerk-Typist, Reg. Office
Mr. Ray Worthington Asst. Business Manager
80WHAT IS A PROFESSOR?
He's a rare breed of animal, vegetable, and mineral, that's got something about sacrifice.
He could probably be making more money elsewhere and could be lots happier.
Yet for some reason, he's here now making you miserable.
Oh sure, some of them are sad, too — some of them are real sad.
But most of them are okay — real pals. Every now and then you get one that gives out blanket A's and goes drinking with the guys.
But more often than not, you end up with a guy that walks into the class the first day and says, "For tomorrow, read the first twenty chapters and be prepared for a test."
You are not an author, as you are not an artist, unless from your own heart you add to the treasures of art something which would not have existed if you had not been born.
Daniel Trcgier Denver, Colorado
Chuck tucero. Vice-President Bill Donahue, President Barb Miller, Secretary (Not Pictured)
Toni Abbas Dillon
Ethel Bacus Dillon
Kathleen Basolo Dillon
Dave Bennetts Butte
Mary Bennetts Butte
David Blake Baker
Evelyn Blaskovich Butte
Ray Boksich Butte
Michael G. Bowman Butte
Kathy Brown Dillon
John Burwell Dillon
Mary Ann Carter Butte
Harold J. Clark Denton
John Clawson Billings
Joan Delger Townsend
Ray De Long Somers
Gail K. Cramer Melrose
Mary Kathleen Davis St. Regis
88William A. Donahue Anaconda
Victoria Donich Deer Lodge
Kathy Donnelly Dillon
Kathleen Dorr Great Falls
Brenda Dorrington Anaconda
Randy Dorrington Libby
Robert Doyle Dillon
Agnes Drake Dillon
Doreen Ellis Deer LodgePaul Schwisow
Al Frazier Buite
Edward Gill Libby
Daniel Rex Gilman Missoula
Linda Lee Godfrey Dillon
Michael Gordon Dillon
Eva Louise Graves
90Jo Ann Gygax El Cajon, California
Charles Hall Dillon
Anna Marie Harney Butte
Cinde Hartsell Anaconda
Carole Harvey Dillon
Marjorie Ann Haynes Fairfield
Jennie Henry Ronan
Diane Brandy Howe Dillon
Cary Howe Dillon
Donald R. Heuscher Browning
Terri Hulet Dillon
Gail Keltz, Marie Anderson, and Sandra Jimi-son
Cynde Jacobsen Dillon
Gary Jacobsen Dillon
Elaine Jennison Butte
Sandra Jimison Shelby
Joellen Johnson DillonDiane Johnson Jackson
Terry J. Kivela Butte
David A. Kicckbusch Conrad
Shirley Swartz Kieckbusch Dillon
Vicki Kieckbusch Great Falls
Chris Kroft Dillon
Kathy Kuglin Dillon
93Addrien LaPalm Butte
Chuck Lucero Great Falls
Garry Larson Dillon
Glen Larum Charlo
Dale N. Lawson Whitehall
Terrese Lee Stevensville
Tom Leonard Butte
Lloyd Magnuson Butte
Barbara Marincovich Butte
Marshall Martin Florence
Susan McEldery Dillon
IMaurice McEnaney Dillon
Luanne McGraw Sand Coulee
Carol McLaren Dillon
Barb Miller Anaconda
Bea Mitchell Dillon
John Molendyke Anaconda
Sherry Morrison Dillon
Rosalie Morrison Butte
Larry Mougey Bozeman
96Trudy Meyer Stevensville
Jeanette Nicholas Dillon
Roberta Nicholas Anaconda
Ron Nicholas Anaconda
Bill Nokes Dillon
Karen O'Farrcll Butte
Rick Olsen Fort Shaw
Ron Olsen Dillon
Terry Olson Dutton
___________________________Gene Posivio St. Ignatius
Bev Malone, Colette King, and David leVeque.
Bobbea Proff Dutton
Karen Rampey Dillon
Linda Reichle Dillon
Polly Reinhardt Great Falls
Don Richard Dillon
Irene Ryan Butte
Doug Sabo Choteau
Victor Sample Townsend
98Louise Schlegel Peerless
Constance Schlothauer Dillon
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Li • • ' ■•••! ■
John Stenson Butte
John Stratton Butte
Carolyn Teegarden Dillon
Gene Teegarden Dillon
Trudy Tomazich Walkerville
Cheryl Urick Melrose
James Backstrom Helena
Marilyn Byers Rexford
Barbara Thomas St. Ignatius101
Maureen Sullivan, Secretary Mel Rice, Vice-President Dave Crenshaw, PresidentOf. SiedfeW and Marvin Furnandi
David Adkin Dillon
Kandi Alden Suite
lola Anglin Tcndoy, Idaho
Lyla Baldridge Missoula
Kelly Barrett Grant
Paul Battaiola Butte
Myra Bauer Charlo
)ohn Bauman Victor
John Blackburn Hot Springs
103Sian Bid Anaconda
Raymond Blize Dillon
Vicky Blunn Great falls
Rick Borden Charlo
Vicki Bowman Great falls
Arlene Bremer Fairfield
Mary Bokma Dillon
Anita Burch Roundup
Larry Busch Poison
Bette Butler Dillon
Steve Cascade Glendive
Bob Clucus lima
David Charlton Roundup
Sherry Chouinard Butte
John Cornish Dillon
Deer Park. Wash.
George Christensen Helena
Theresa Corey Choteau
Jennifer Cuddy Thompson falls
Julie Dagnall Townsend
John Dedman Drummond
Donna Delaney Dillon
Mary Alyce Devine 8utte
Craig Dubois Dillon
■Mary lou Egan Great falls
Mary Alyee Devine and Judy DennyThomas M. Estill Anaconda
Robert Estill Anaconda
Mark Elser Sheridan
Roy Evans Butte
Wally Feldt Dillon
Sandra Felton Missoula
Donna Fouts Whitehall
Marvin Furnandiz lackson
106Fran Gardner Great Falls
SFiirley Grande Helena
Bonnie Gould Missouls
Gordon Guns Fhermopolis, Wyo.
Maxine Hankins Fort Benton
Helen Hannon Darby
Susan Hardaway Great Falls
Kay Harris St. Ignatius
Roseann Hartford Alder
Michael Heaphy Anaconda
Teresa Heidt Butte
Erin Herman Dillon
107Don Hill Butte
Dorothy Hogan Dillon
Carole Homan Dillon
Sheri Horsfall Anaconda
Molly lakovac Salmon Idaho
Gail lames Dillon
Brent Johnson Jackson
Charlotte Johnson Deer Ledge
John Kapi ynski Dillon
Louis M. Kimlxell Kalispoll
Colette King Missoula
Karen Knight Avon
08laDonna Knocpfle Deer lodge
Margie Kofoed Dillon
Teresa Thomas langen Deer lodge
Karen leTempt Three Forks
Linda Liddell Anaconda
Terry lindgren Joliet
H. Haskell lobb Butte
Tom laughlin Anaconda
Lori Mace Seeley lake
Jim Mackedon Fallon, Nev.
Kathy Madden Butte
Steve Makott Choteau
Kenneth Mastcrson Hamilton
Arthur McLean Anaconda
Mary Ellen Miller Fort Shaw
Charles E. Myers Conrad
Ron Nau Kalispell
Don Olsen Fort Shaw
|ohn Plister Roundup
Rayleen Pike Fairfield
Gary Rankin Marmarth, N. Dak.
Ray Ranney Alberton
Michael Rea Geraldine
Lynn Realph Dillon
110Dan Ricci Anaconda
Ruth Robinson Jackson
Ellen Rosenleaf Anaconda
Paul Roush Charlo
Sharon Rowe Great Palls
Karin Rustvold Great Falls
Nancy Rutten Great Falls
Pete Salle Anaconda
Ann Sandstrom Bozeman
Janelle Schmidt leadore, Idaho
Barbara Scott Stevcnsville
Kathy Scott Fairfield
Wesley Scott Fort Benton
Fred Searle Butte
)ohn Sestrich Anaconda
loan Scyler Twin Bridges
Mark Shafer Hungry Horse
Lucinda Sheldon Helena
Jan Silve Sheridan
Freddy Simonson Victor
IIIJean Tarbet Missoula
Maureen Sullivan Butte
Wilma E. Sudan Helena
Pam Strupp leadore, Idaho
Mike Strickling Gilchrist, Ore.
Dan Steiner Butte
Denise Smith Dillon
Mike Simonsen Sheridan
112Chris Taylor Great Falls
Mary Ann Tower Auburn, Calif.
Mary Ann Tower Auburn, Calif.
Dixie Tyler Leadore, Idaho
Dave Uggctti Butte
Michelle Vincent Butte
Darla Walton Kalispell
Doug Watson Deer Park, Wash.
Pat Wehler Dillon
Hiram Williams Fallon, Nev.
Uy Meyer, President Barb Br.ney, Secretary Mike Miller, Vice-PresidentSharon Ahbury Missoula
Marie Anderson Choteau
Sharon Anderson Dillon
Samuel Ballard Dillon
Laurie law Barrett Great Falls
fd Benninger Helena
Mary Pat Borden Charlo
Rich Bourassa Dillon
Kathryn Branaugh Helena
Evelyn Brandel Geraldine
ludy Brown Dillon
Barb Bukcr Hamilton
115Vicki Campbell Anaconda
Marian Christensen Dillon
lynda Clemens Missoula
Vickie Cornish Dillon
Mary Curtis Dillon
Paul Cutler Butte
Colleen Daly Helena
Patricia Davis Belgrade
Kandy Davis Florence
116ludy Denny Corvallis
Debra Droge Belgrade
Linda Ducie Butte
Don Eayrs Kalispell
Connie Else Dillon
Bob Evans Geyser
Chuck Evans Charlo
Gail Evans Charlo
Charlene Ford Boulder
Mary Francisco Anaconda
Steve Frost Eureka
Lorna Gabel Seattle, Wash.
117Fmify Ann Gohring Helena
Sandra Gcrleman Helena
Gloria Grande Helena
Lester Hankins Fort Benton
Mildred Hayden Dillon
Chcrie Harris Bountiful, Utah
Dave Hartman Hamilton
Sandra Hergett Laurel
Heleen Hildreth Dillon
Connie Huffield White Sulphur Springs
Colleen Kellogg Missoula
Arnold Kimmerle Great Falls
Steve Kuffner Anaconda
Gary love Dillon
Ron Lucero Great Falls
118Susan Mackie Seeley Lake
Michael Mansfield Geyser
Rochelle Malloy Great Falls
Beverly Malone Arlee
lames McCauley Bulls
Ann McCoy Thompson Falls
Charlene McCrossm Hamilton
Helen McDermott Anaconda
Laurie McGhee Deer Lodge
Jane McGimpsey Denton
Donna Mendenhall Hamilton
Jay Meyer Stevensville
Gary MendenhallBruce Miller Missoula
Mike Miller Plains
Susan Miller Butle
Donna Milton Kali spell
lark Morris Corvallis
Sue Musgrove While Sulphur Spr.
Mary Nelson Fort Benton
Phyllis Netlik Twin Bridges
Carolyn Niland Anaconda
Lyle Noonan St. Regis
Thomas Noonan St. Regis
Terry Olsen Ft. Shaw
Nancy Owen Olson lolo
lloyd Omsberg Cut Bank
Karen Peterson laurel
Chuck Poland Anaconda
Mick Rcnnakcr Darby
Gerald Ricks Dillon
Bill Rouillier St. Ignatius
Juc i Salovich Dillon
120Mike Sbragia Anaconda
Marjorie Schell Arlec
Brenda Sims Whitehall
Richard Sipe Kalispell
Dan Smith Florence
Terry Souhrada Columbia Falls
Ruth Sproul Whitefish
Janet Stout lake Blaine
Janice Stout lake Blaine
Kelly Taylor Fairview
Kathy Walker Cut Bank
linda Willoughby Butte
Patrice Whaley Missoula
Bob Yakawich Butte
Gerald Zarr Anaconda
Vicki Willis, Secretary Kathy I angel, Vice-President Bill Miller, President (Not Pictured)Marilyn Allen Anaconda
John Andrcoli Anaconda
Cary Archer Dillon
Ron Banks Helena
Michelle Barrington Stevensville
Annette Bechtold Butte
Karen Bellon Dillon
Dick Benner St. Regis
Norman Benson Helena
Fred 8eyer Punzsutawncy, Pa.
|im Blush St. Ignatius
Debra Boyer Anaconda
lois Bradshaw Philpsburg
Caryn Brand Deer Lodge
Robert Bristol Dillon
123Bruce Brown Stevensville
Joyce Caldwell Sheridan
Judy Carlson Ennis
Dale Chamberlain Helena
Fred Chouinard Butte
Steven Cleveidcnce Stevensville
Yvonne Conko Ronan
Kathie Dalporto Butte
James Darby Sheridan
Jay Davison Geraldine
124Pal Davison Great Falls
Anita DePrist Chinook
Mary Drabbs Hinsdale
Carol Dunbar Billings
Brian Ctchart Glasgow
Nancy Floy Ravalli
Kathy Felsman Arlee
Sharon Field Great Falls
Norman Flamm Sheridan
lulie Francisco Anaconda
Laurie Frey St. Ignatius
Dan GilmanBill Forrester Dillon
Harold Gemmell Great Falls
Patti Gilham Browning
Jim Spehar, Steve Kuffner, and Sharon Alsbury
Alan Gransberg Dillon
Kathy Gresham Troy
Kim Anderson Stevensville
Patty Hale Ft. Shaw
Mark Hansen Dillon
Patricia Haynes Fairfield
126Clifford Heuschor Browning
Paula Higgins Conoga Park, Calif.
Susan Hjorl Medicine lake
John Hopwood Darby
Robert Iverson Dell
Charlene Jelinek Denton
Eileen Jellar Roundup
Colleen lohnson Hamilton
Lois lohnson Philipsburg
Steven lones Clyde Park
Susan Jones Butte
Kristy Judd Butte
127Darlene Jurcich Anaconda
Mary Beth Kastelitz Livingston
Mardi Kelly Twin Bridges
|im Kester Stevensville
Mohammad Reza Kiakan Tehran, Iran
Rusty Kinsey Great Falls
Linda Kjos Helena
Kim Koenig Dillon
Cindy Krudde Plains
Dan laden Dillon
128Patricia Lange Dillon
Cary lanncrs Great Falls
Kathryn Larkin St. Ignatius
Cindy lattin Fort Benton
Margo lee Dillon
Pam Lepley Fort Benton
Wayne Loeffler Conrad
Kathleen langel Chester
Dennis Loveless Libby
James lynch Roundup
Jackie lytton Poison
O. Leon Dillingham
129Ann Me Bel I 8o eman
Nancy McKenzie Rexford
Dave Mcccage Baker
Al Minder Ennis
Doug Milliron Stevensville
Vanessa Montrueil Missoula
Karen Morrison Dillon
Steve Morton St. Ignatius
Char Ford and lame McGimpseyCharles Nau Kalispell
Merle Nelson Fort Benton
Karen Nielsen White Sul. Sprs.
Bob Nolte Twin Bridges
Bill O'Connor Livingston
Kathy Olson Fort Benton
Steven Opheim Sun River
Bonnie Patrick Hingham
Roger Pelletier Kevin
Vicki Petruska Anaconda
Michael Pickett Anaconda
Penny Pilgrim Dillon
Gregg Pusey Helena
Dede Quane Dillon
Casey Ranklin Troy
131Cathy Rebish Dillon
Amelia Redhorn Browning
Regina Risavich Canterbury, Conn.
Jennie Robison Ennis
Mari Jean Rustad Anaconda
Jim Sacry Cardwell
Jan Sanders Shelby
William Schlepp Conrad
Randy Dorrington and Jim Williams
Morry Schutt Florence
Susan Seelye Kalispell
Susan Seyler Twin Bridges
Janet Shafer Dillon
C. Bradley Smith Conoga Park, Calif.
Cindy Smith Helena
Lucy J. Smith Anaconda
Scott Smith Anaconda
Keith Stansberry St. Helena, Calif.
Susan Stefalo Deer lodge
Mary lou Stish Dillon
Ed Stru;nik Butte
Guy Swanson Anaconda
Kym Taylor fairview
133Linda Tcllcsch Cu« Bank
Wanda Thumma Dillon
Cindy Thomas Anaconda
Pele Thomas Deer lodge
Becky Jo Thompson Ennis
Patli Thompson Great Falls
Dave Tingle Stevensville
Jeffery Tommerup West by
134Trudy Trudgeon Bullc
Tom Tucker Stevensville
Paula Udall Si. Ignatius
Kathy Van Den Bos Great Falls
Jerry Vanderpan Baker
Clifford Voorhees Eureka
Rosella Wallace Dillon
Edsvard Warren Great falls
Karen Weber Deer lodge
Karen Wetzsleon Sula
Ken Whitlow Darby
Vicki Willis Kalispell
Mark Williams Butte
Greg Yeager Choteau
Nadine Zaruba Springville, lovsa
136Vague desire is the fire in their eyes
Sickness is in their game The masquerade is played Death is all that remains of their pains.Football Season Brings Both Wins And Losses
Below: Keith Stansberry. after gaining a few yards is grabbed by an opposing team member. Below, Right: The crowd is expressing a tense moment by the expressions on their faces.
Members of the 1971 football team are: Sitting: Wayne leoffler. Bill Forrester, td Warren, Bill Miller, Doug Patton, Steve Arts, Scott Cornell, Chuck Lucero, Doug Sabo, Dennis Renmng, Cary Ordish, Dave Crenshaw, Ty Cotton, Stan Svenvud, Kevin fagerland, Blake Sevalstad. Kneeling Dan Dysmger. Cary lanners, Keith Stansberry, Dan Corr, Bill Forrester, Dan Fide, Bill Schlepp, Grant Dunning, Bob Black. Al Cutler. Ron Lehner , Dennis Patton, Mike Pickett, Ron Banks, Hiram Williams, |im Davidson. Stjndmg George Hucke, Mike Battiola, lack Rhodes, Darrel Snowden, Bob Clucas, Dennis Wethern, Wayne leoffler, Dick Knowles. Mike Garrity, Dave Bennetts, .Mark Brehm, Bill Donahue, Ron Nau, Dan Gilman. £d Bennmger, Tom Willis.
138139Right: Keith Stansberry tries to take the ball over the goal line (or a T.D. against Northern. Below: Chuck Lucero scrambles on the ground for more inches while an opposing team member tries to hold him back. Below Right: Quarterback Dan Corr practices in the arena before a game with his teammates. Bottom: Ron Nau moves in on an Eastern player with a bone-crushing tackle.
UOWESTERN 34 SNOW 12
I WESTERN 14 TREASURE VALLEY 15
WESTfRN 14 EASTERN 19
Top: Connie Use gives a resounding cheer at one of the football games. Bottom: Coach Wirtz gives Bill Miller some last-minute advice during a game.
141Hardcourt Action Invades W.M.C. For The Season.
Top Right: Godfrey Saunders grabs a rebound. Top Lett: The coaches and the rest of the team watch the game during a tense moment. Bottom: Team members from left to right are Roy Alexander, Clint Rouse, .Mel Rice, Godfrey Saunders, lames Allen, Butch McEnaney, Kim Andersen, John Weeks, Al Shoats, .Mark Winans, Charley Hall, Doug Watson, Dave DeBoer, Ed Moffatt, kneeling coach Casey Kelt , assistant John Marks. Not pictured: Kent Paulsen and Larry Busch.
left: Charley Hall leaps above everybody else to put in two points for Western. Bottom Left: James Allen also leaps in the air for an easy two-point lay-up. Bottom Right: Mark Winans gets on the scoreboard against Montana Tech.
143Top Loft: Godfrey Saunders goes in for an easy two points against Carroll. Top Right: Godfrey again goes up to arid two more for Western. Bottom loft: Dillon's high school drill team performs at one of Western's games. Bottom Right: Butch Met nancy also makes some points for Western against Montana Tech.WMC 84 O
WMC 98 1
WMC 88 d
WMC 77 $
WMC 108 MC
WMC 104 WMC 76 WMC 84 WMC 117 WMC 90 WMC 66 WMC 103 WMC 78
WMC 93-WMC lll j
won 17 losr«—
Frontier Conference 7-3 (tied for second with Rocky)
Bottom Left: Charley Hall again out reaches his opponent for an easy two-point lay-up. Bottom Right: Mark Winans and a Carroll player jump for the ball during the game.Wrestling Is A Growing Sport At W.M.C.
Top left: larry Bowman tries to break away from his opponent during a match. Top Right: Ron Banks prepares to pin his man. Bottom left: Here's Ron being declared the winner by the referee. Bottom Right: Kelly Barrett pinned his man from Northern with case.
146Top left: The winner Pal Hurley. Top Right: The learn showing a deep inieresi in (he match lhat is going on at the moment. Bottom: Team members from left to right are Coach Dennis Fisher. Larry Bowman, Dave Hartman, Ron Banks, Dennis Patton, Art Hartman, assistant coach Harry Egan. Kneeling: Gary Archer, Pat Hurley, Kelly Barrett, Dan Anderson, Chuck Evans, missing is Lloyd Omsburg.
147Spirit Spurred Through Western's Sixconnie ElseTop Right: Western's cheerleaders doing a practice jump before a big game. Middle Right: Ihe cheerleaders yelling for a pin at a wrestling meet. Bottom Left: Charlene ford puts up some signs of spirit in the boys' locker room. Bottom Right: Western Montana cheerleaders (from left to right) Charlene ford. Darla Walton, Karen Neilson. Maureen Sullivan, and Connie Else. Missing. Colleen lohnson.Left: The cheerleaders yell (or more pep during a basketball game. Bottom It'll Patti Nau, director and sponsor of the cheerleaders, doubles as secretary in the Education Department. Bottom Kight: The regular cheerleaders turned over their job to Terry Rosin, Terry Souhrada and Tom Tucker during the Spur-"M" Club basketball game.
151Girls Also Play The Game OF Basketball
W.M.C. — 29 W.M.C, — 44 W.M.C. — 49
M.S.U. — 35 U.M — 41 U.M. — 45
W.M.C. — 51 Rocky — 19
left: An unidentified Western player makes an easy two points. Bot- a i r cq c r r jo lom from lo Kathy Oesy, Mary Curtis, Shiela franey, Trudy
W.M.C,. .V? r.C,.C_. 5) Meyer, Dixie Tyler, Diane Franklin, Teri Lee, and Bonnie Morrow. Mist-
ing: Sheri Horsfall.
W.M.C. — 46 U.M. — 47
W.M.C. — 82 W.M.C. — 54 W.M.C. — 52
Rocky —17 Carroll — 42 M.S.U. — 40Girl Tracksters Qurge Forward
CIRLS' TRACK TEAM: Top Row: Kaihy Felsman, Dixie Tyler, Diane Franklin, lanel Stout, Sheri Horsfall, Pat Davis. Bottom Row: Pam lepley, Mary Curtis, Mary lou Stish, Amelia Redhorn, and Cathy Rebish.Gymnasts Display Quality As Well
Below left: Mary lou Slish jumps in a graceful turn while practicing for a big meet. Below Right: Mary Nelson scores some points for Western on the balance beam.
I5iTop Left: Janice Sout practices her form of balance before a coming meet.
Top Right: Mary lou Stish shows grace and style during a meet.
Left: Sandy Lytton does a graceful somersault on the balance beam during the meet with Eastern.
155Top Right: Gymnastics team includes Donna Mendenhall, Maxine Hankins, Mary Lou Stish, Terri Hulet, Sandy lytton. Bottom Row: Carolyn Doten, Cathy Rebish, Elaine Totten, Mary Nelson. Missing: Janice Stout.
Above left: Mary Nelson makes some points for Western's team during a gymnastics meet.
Above Right: Terri Hulet also gets some points for Western at a gymnastics meet.
154Western's Ironclads Take First In The Frontier Conference
Top Ron: Kent Paulsen, John Fred, Dan Fide, Larry Busch, Terry Souhrada. Lynn Galick. Mel Rice, Cary Rankin, Steve frost, Algie Knutson, Dennis Loveless, Stan Svensrud, Eugene Teegarden, Coach Casey Kelt . Bottom Row: Doug Sabo, Chuck Evans, |im Cox, Dale Krigger, Harlen Johnson, Al Roy, Hiriam Williams, Paul Braut, Doug Shew, and Terry Vanderpan.
Rodeo action is always fast and furious and Western's 1972 Rodeo was no different. Rodeo action (moving in a clockwise direction) began with the crowning of Miss WMC Rodeo Queen, Donna Fouts. Bull riding is the most popular rodeo riding event and the most dangerous, but Brent Johnson is willing to do his best. Wayne Else takes on one of the most exciting events as he competes in the steer wrestling event. Debbie Barrett quickly moves around the clover-leaf pattern of barrels during the barrel racing event. The man behind the scenes is the rodeo team coach, Don Walters.A Success
159Kelly Barrett competes in one of the riding events which has the least competition of all. John Pfister is trying his best to stay on top during the same event which Kelly is competing in — saddle bronc riding. Brent Johnson and Kelly take some time between events. Pete Burwell joins the other members of Western's team as he too takes part in the saddle bronc event. Donna Fouts, one of the three girls representing Western in the rodeo shows her skills in the goat tying event.
161Bonnie Gould lakes part in the breakaway roping event. This event is basically the same as the boys' calf roping event. Team members take time to discuss the day's acitivities. Tracy Grigg tries his skill at the calf roping event. Donna Fouts received a distinction during the year which was a first for any girl from Western. Donna was awarded the honor of All 'round Cowgirl at the EMC Rodeo.
163164The whole trade in the luxuries of life is brought into existence and supported by the requirements of the consumer.
Leo TolstoyA 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
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 59725ACCOMMODATIONS 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
59725WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE BOOSTER CLUB
THE WMC Booster Club, founded in 1958, has contributed over $60,000 to the college. Through the help of the Booster Club and other such organizations over this period, Western's enrollment has more than doubled.
During the Booster Club's eleven years it has provided over 300 freshman scholarships to Western Montana College. Thirty-eight such scholarships ($7,600) were granted for the 1971-1972 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; Dr. R. D. Romers, vice-president; Joe Lane, treasurer; Charles Stauffer, secretary.
As of December, 1971, the Booster Club had a membership of I 10 which include:
A W. Drive Inn
Miss Geneviene Albertson
Dr. Kenneth Bandolier
Beaverhead Bar Supply Beaverhead Truck Arnold Benson Dr. Robert Boyce Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brown Walter Brundage Edward Cebull Club BarTom Clemow Club Royal Coast-to-Coast College Motors Co-op Supply, Inc. Credit Bureau of Dillon Darigold Sam Davis Dillon Cable TV Dillon Disposal Stanley Davison Dillon Tribune Dillon Office Supply Dillon Portrait Studio Don's Office Supply Dilmart
Elliott Ford Sales Eliel's
Dr. Robert English Edgar "Bud" Ferris First National Bank Miss Dorothy Gelhaus W. G. Gilbert, Jr. Murray Grant Harold Grogan Stan Grout
Harding Hanson Ed Harding
Harvey Bros. Construction Carl F. Hollensteiner Isabella's Dress Shop Harry Jensen John's Bargain Barn Dr. A. L. Juergens KDBM Radio Kentucky Cash Market Ralph Kneeland Lion's Den Bun Lodge
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lorengo
Dr. John McCollum
Miss Blanche McManus
Mont. Ins. Educ. Found.
Montana Motor Supply
Montana PowerFrancis Mooney Trucking John Morse, Jr.
Dick Motta Mountain Bell Charles (Chick) Murray Dr. Denton Nebeker Karen Nield
O S (Ori and Smith) Ins. Parisian Cleaners Paul's Chevrolet, Inc.
J.C. Penney Peterson Drug Tom Pierce Roberts Food Dr. Bob Romers Rowland-Thomas Joe C. Ryburn Dan Scott Safeway Stores Sears Store Dr. John Seidensticker Dr. James E. Short
Jerry Sloan Harry Smart Sneed's Sporting Goods Stamm Jewelers Standard Lumber State Bank Trust Co. State Bar Dining Room Charles Stauffer Stephens Greenhouse Henry Stish William Straugh Mrs. Helen Struckman Sundowner Motel Town Pump Ron Wagner Warner Foods Ray Webster WMC Faculty Women Valley Motor Supply Veterinary Hospital Vigilante Electric
Our Most Valuable Resource
We take this opportunity to congratulate all the young men and women who proudly receive their treasured sheepskins this spring.
Whatever career you choose to follow, may success and satisfaction be yours.
THE ANACONDA COMPANYSNEEDS SPORTING GOODS
fishing, hunting, golfing, boating, baseball, football, basketball, skiing, tennis, archery, reloading
SNEEDS HONDA SALES
honda sales and service Dillon, Montana
For things past And things present And things yet to come.
We thank you.
Good Luck Seniors!
"WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR LESS ”
Dillon's hometown newspaper — tuned to the WMC scene
Good luck to all of you!
WE PLEASE THE HARD TO PLEASE
BEAVERHEAD LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS
FIRST IN PERSONAL SERVICE
Dillon, MontanaROBERT’S FOOD, INC
We encourage all people to support our college as . . . We believe—industry—commerce—government—art—the sciences—and all other professions, including our whole way of life, depend upon the quality of your education.
BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY
Dillon Bottling Works Complete Supplies
Bud — Oly — Schlitz — Great Falls
All the Best
Phone 683-2375 500 N. Montana St. Dillon, Montana
Queen Size Beds Direct Dial Phones
Courtesy Coffee Air Conditioning
Spacious Cable T.V.
In Dillon it's the "Sundowner" — Comfort at its best.
Glenn and Mary Crampton, ownersPhone: 683-4955 Dillon, Montana
(Take Me With You!)
SAGA FOOD SERVICE
Takes this opportunity to thank the students of Western Montana College for the chance to serve them and for their cooperation throughout the year.
Western Montana College
Food Service Director
The store for students
W. F. Koeneke
4 S. Idaho Street Dillon, Montana
Andrus Hotel Corner Dillon, Montana
Montana's Finest Department Store
Butte and Helena, Montana
Hennessy's is FIRST with fashion for the home and family.
Congratulating the Class of
926 So. Atlantic Butte, Montana
DILLON OFFICE SUPPLY
Dealers in Dillon
Petroleum Products Tires — Batteries Hardware
Phone 683-5642 24 So. Idaho Dillon, Montana
DILLON IMPLEMENT CO
DILLON PORTRAIT STUDIO
Phone 683-2741 4 N. Washington St. Dillon, Montana
2-14 North Idaho Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2305
178THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Serving Dillon and Southwestern Montana Since 1880
Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation
Member FDIC Dillon, Montana
HARRY AND MARY ANNE SMART, OWNERS
COURTESY COFFEE IN YOUR ROOM
335 So. Atlantic Dillon, Montana
COMPLIMENTS OF PETERSON DRUG
C Pmd§ntial Dillon, Montano
(Hecleral Savings WHERE WE BELIEVE
"Service to humanity
is the best work
BROADWAY AT MAIN Butte, Montana
I 34 North Montana Dillon, Montana
ROY AND MARGIE CRAWFORD
Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday
Beaverhead Lumber Company Leather Knit Shop
2 East Reeder Dillon, Montana
Dillon, Montana "Dillon Rotary Club"
Cable TV Rotary International
16 N. Washington Dillon, Montana State Bar Dining Room
26 So. Montana
Dee’s Fabrics Dillon, Montana
Hale's College Enco Warner Food
646 S. Atlantic Dillon, Montana
Dillon, Montana Western Auto Catalog
Isabella's Dress Shop Order Center
26 No. Idaho 20 E. Glendale
Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana
Dr. R. D. Romers Dentist Phone 683-2671 Dillon, Montana
Dr. R. J. English Optometrist Phone 683-2611 Dillon, Montana
Dr. John McCollum Dentist Phone 683-5312 Dillon, Montana
Dr. J. C. Linduslca Dentist Phone 683-2861 Dillon, Montana
Dr. E. D. Evans Dentist Phone 683-4491
181You're Worth It
The $5,600,000 and more we pay in Montana each year would finance about 6,500 public school students. We help education in others ways, too, like scholarships, 4-H courses, and grants.
We think you're worth it.
MONTANA POWER we care
STATE-! BAN K
STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
Your Friendly Home-Owned Bank of Dillon Member of F.D.I.C.
Western Montana College
Toni Sward, Manager
THE HOMESTEAD HOUSE
Constantly Improving to Serve You Better
Music — Records — Old Time Candle Shop
dance to the "National Road" Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Set your books aside, get the gang together and head on out to the Royal — where the action is!
184It was the best of times;
It was the worst of times;
It was the age of wisdom;
It was the age of foolishness.
18518 188189190It was the spring of hope;
It was the winter of despair.
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