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WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 1975The governor's Commission on Post Secondary Education recommended in June 1974 that Western Montana College be closed on the basis of projected declines in the number of education students in the University system, and in the number of college students generally. The closure of Western would save money. Does a person's mind have a price tag on it'’ Western Montana College and Dillon
Directing the efforts to save Western were WMC officials — Short, Tash, Stish, Anderson, Stauffer, and many others, together with Bruce Watters, head of SOC (Save Our College — a hard working group of volunteers), and Joyce Keltz and Clarice Walters, co-chairmen of WOW (Women of Western — an enthusiastic and productive organization), and Western alums. All in all, there were 16 committees, chairmaned by civic leaders and staffed with hundreds of personnel.
Their efforts culminated in the gigantic attraction "Western Day" on September 29.1974. This event attracted 1200 concerned friends and alumni.
On October 23,1974, the governor's Commission on Post Secondary Education decided that Western should not be closed. The hard work paid off at least temporarily. Enrollment and new programs remained critical to the college's continued existence.
We here at Western owe a great deal to those who chipped in when the chips were down. This annual, on behalf of all students of Western, would like to take this opportunity to thank them.
Blant he McManus
I ial Spat kman
Cary I anners
Dillon Portrail Sludio Bridensline Photo Sludio Leon Dillingham
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SPORTS FACULTY ADS
Glynnis Lovell Barbara Mogren Tom Tucker
Belli Chrislie Glynnis Lovell Rose Ann Minnehan Jan Sanders Lynn Simon
Linda Brewer Laurie Briney Deb Seaman Becky Walson
Diane Pelrovich Laurie Briney Barbara Mogren Ian Sanders Rose Anne Minnehan Lynn Simon
Sieve Hopkins Deb Seaman Pauleiie Ecclesion Glynis Lovell Mary Morris Belly Sporich
Susanne Shannon Diane PelrovichACTIVITIES............11
ACTIVITIESA smile is a gift you can give every day. lot Jo I McPhee, Sandy Price, and Pally Haynes. WMC's ihree queens, add to the Ix-auliful spring days by giving us theirs.
beauty and spring GO TOGETHER
13FRESHMAN CO-ED, NAMED MISS WESTERN 1975
I he Miss Western Pageant, as a preliminary to Miss America, provides girls with a chance to earn scholarship money. But more than that it gives them an opportunity to develop and display talent, poise, and congeniality
M1. lucky Dale!
2. Opening number and eye-opener.
3. Evening gown competition is elegant
4. 3rd runner-up — Karen Watters 2nd runner-up — Judy Bandelier Miss Western — JoDel McPhee 1st runner-up — Debbie Smith
5. Miss Congeniality — ludy Bandelier
151. Karen Walters Barry's Theme" — Modern Dance
2. Sybil Wilson "Evil Ways" — )azz Dance
3. Mary Bolles "Fur Elise" — Piano Solo
4. |oDel McPhec "Hooker's Hooker" — Dance-
5. Judy Bandolier "Grand |eu" — Organ Solo
6. Andrea Wehler "The Box" — Dramatic Reading
1. Debbie Smith
"Moonlight Sonata" — Piano Solo
2. First Runner-up
3. Master of Ceremonies —
Dale Chamberlain Mistress of ceremonies —
Miss Western 1974
4. Carole Strupp
"Ah, My Sister" — Vocal Solo
5. Entertainment — Mike McGuire
17BEAUTIFUL COWGIRL WINS
Western Montana College Rodeo Queen Sandy I’rice and court Sally Wither and Ida Wunderlk h worked hard and spent many long hours getting ready tor the big
day.BEAUTY REIGNS AS
Palli Haynes, an attractive senior co-ed from f airfield, Montana, was crowned Homecoming Queen during a Special ceremony in October 1974. Betti Christie was voted the honor of first runner-up. Also competing for the title were Carrie Holland, Sharon Sbragia, loci Simon, leanne Seidensticker, Kelly Callantine, lanet Kochis, Gwyn Anderson, lynn Price, and Sherry Miller. Master of Ceremonies was WMC Student Body President Mike Miller. Highlighting the special event was Debbie Rcbcr, Miss Montana 1973.
Homecoming activilies began Thursday nigh! with the 1974 Homecoming Queen Pag earn. Miss Patti Haynes was crowned Queen and Betti Christie waschosen first runner-up. Debbie Reber, Miss Montana 197}, provided special entertainment for the evening.
A Friday night pep rally built spirit lor the weekend. Popular acclaim gave Whitey Dryden top honors in the legs Contest, the special treat of the evening. A bonfire at the fairgrounds consumed the 'Bear,' a favorable omen for Saturday's game.
21SATURDAY SEES PARADE
Saturday morning began with «i Breakfast ol Champions lor the train — then on to the parade through town. The Senior Class won first pri e for their float "Tree 'Em, Dogs." fhe Queen's Moat decorated by Music Club tarried a bevy of beauties.
The afternoon game was an exciting con test that ended in a tie. The spirit was high, and the Bulldogs played well.
The 1974 Fall Quarter presentation was an exciting murder mystery. The cast —Sus-anne Shannon, Tom Hathaway, Miriam Moore, Mike Foster, Jay Spehar, Vickie Smith, Ron Thompson, Kelly Callantine, and Jerry Vanderpan — did a superb job.FINISHING TOUCHES
The Gargoyle Club presented "Finishing Touches," a delightful family-situation comedy. Winter Quarter 1975. Members of the all-star cast included Betty Barnes, lay Spehar, Susanne Shannon, Valeri Hanks, Tom Hathaway, Tom Thompson, David Bandelier, and Vince Anderson.
Spring Quarter 1975 showed a change of pace as the Gargoyles presented three one-act plays. Mr. Ryburn directed "The Lottery." "Riders to the Sea," a tragedy, was directed by Marianne Melton. Relief was added to a serious evening by "Summer Comes to the Diamond Q," a comedy directed by lay Spehar.
COMMUNITY CONCERTS ADD CULTURE
Academics is considered the most significant part of education, but there is another part of education that is equally important — the apprecition of the arts. The presentation of the community concerts at Western gives the students a chance to confront the humanities.
Peter Milne-Benoit — Canadian Opera Co. longstreth and Escosa — Duo-Harpists Leona Mitchell — Soprano Addiss and Crofut
Introduction to college life is sometimes a frightening experience hut an extremely memorable one The student abruptly becomes divorced from the security of the home life that has surrounded him previously. He becomes an individual for the first time and really discovers the meaning of the word "adult."DOGPATCH U.8.AFACULTY
RED CROSS BLOOD DRAWINGI
PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING ROCKS SMOKER FANSWoods!i( k is an annual produt lion of the Music Club. The evening, which provided entertainment for many, featured the relurn of Circle K's “lust Plum fairies."
1. Music Award — Mike McGuire
2. Poetry winners Marianne Melton — 1st Dorothy Gaines — 2nd, 3rd
3. Zella K. Flores — Sue Seelye Rush Iordan — Mark Hansen
4. Legislative interns Jerry Vanderpan Dale Chamberlain
5. Community service — Circle K most improved — Circle K social service — KZN campus service — Spurs
6. Honorary M-Club members George Lots George Marinkovich
7. Cheerleading awards Karen Watters Lynne Stubbs
Nancy Huffine Mary Morris (no Pic)1. Golden Hammer Award — |ohn Hanson
2. Wrestling and track trophies J. Journalism awards
Gary tanners Gmny leinart Glynis Lovell
4. New Looks For Western School District z 10 — 1st Shan Fox Thorson — 2nd
I A Club — ird David Bandelier —HM
5. |udy Bandelier Montana I ung association Delta Kappa Gamma
Bonnie Bremer — Kappa Delta Pi Dale Chamberlain DuFresne Foundation Tim Ballweber — Cobb Foundation Kelly Flynn
Genevieve Albertson English Award
Maier Miller Award
Deb Seaman — AAUW
lane Buttrey Memorial
Kevin Flynn — PDK Man of the Year
Dillon Shakespeare Club
jim Valac h — Dillon Rotary Club
Richard Timken Memorial
Linda |o Hansen
Western Women's Club
6. Business awards Sian Walla c Cindy Ecclcslon
Gary Addington from East Glacier Park, Montana, has a math major and a physical education minor. He was a member of Rodeo Club and Kappa Delta Pi.
Sheila Ballard from Butte, Montana, has a business major and an English minor. Her activities included IDSSA and Kappa Della Pi. .
lois Bradshaw from Philipsburg, Montana, has majors in elementary education and business and a library endorsement. Her activities included KZN, AWS, WIA, ICC, HAC, LDSSA. and Spurs. Lois also acted as a secretary to Mr. Stish. Lois has been Circle K Sweetheart, 1st runner-up to Homecoming Queen, chairman of the Homecoming Committee, Miss Congeniality and 1st runner-up at Miss Wester 1974, a cheerleader, and vice-president of 38 the senior class.
Caryn Brand, an elementary education major and chemistry minor, is from Deer Lodge, Montana. She has been active in Spurs. AWS, ICC, Newman Club, WIA, and the Student Ambassador Program. Caryn has also served as KZN president, junior class secretary. Kappa Delta Pi delegate to the 1974 National Convention, and secretary to the industrial arts professors. Homecoming Queen candidate and Spur of the Month, March 1973, are among Caryn's honors.
Helena, Montana, is the home of Dale Chamberlain, who has a major in biological science and business. He has been Freshman Orientation Day Director 1973-74, a legislative intern for the 1975 session, and Master of Ceremonies for the 1975 Miss Western Pageant. Circle K, Western Chorale, Chorus, and Central Board are more of Dale's activities.Sharon Field from Great falls, Montana, is an elementary education major and music minor. She was a member of SEA, WIA, Kappa Delta Pi, AWS, HAC, Spurs, Rodeo Club, and Western Chorale. Sharon was elected Homecoming Queen in 1 173.
Mark Hansen, an English and physical education major, is from Dillon. Montana. He has been a member of the Wes-colite staff, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Kappa Delta Pi, and the wrestling team, and has served as student director for intramurals. Mark was the recipient of a Booster Club Scholarship, Advanced Honor Scholarships, and the Rotary Club Scholarship.
Dan Corr is from Dillon, Montana, and has a major in biology and minors in math anti physical education. He is a two-year letterman in football, a member of M-Club, and has worked as a biology lab assistant. Dan received a Booster Club Sc holarship, an Advanced Honor Scholar ship, and athletic scholarships.
Cindy Eccleston. an elementary educa tion and broadfield business education major, is from Helena, Montana WIA, AWS, PEMM, KZN, and College Bible Study were among her activities. She was editor of Spurs in 1972-73, acting vice-president of Kappa Delta Pi and their alternate delegate to 1974 National Convention, and co-direc tor of the 1973 Miss Western Pageant. Cindy earned a WMC Booster Club Scholarship, Advanc ed Honor Scholarships, Montana Congress of Parents and Teachers Award, Faculty Women's Scholarship, Kappa Delta Gamma Scholarship, future Teachers of America Award, and Miss Congeniality in the 1972 Miss Western Pageant.
Patricia Haynes from Fairfield, Montana, has majors in music and elementary education. Her activities included Student Body Secretary, K N, AWS, WIA, Spurs, IDSSA, ICC, and Western Chorale. Patti was elected to many offices: senior class president. Music Club president. Spurs junior Advisor, and Student Body Vice-president. She was also Homecoming Queen in 1974.
39Kathy Larkin, an elementary cducalion major and history minor, is from Livingston. Montana She was a member of K N. Kappa Della Pi, and Spurs, and was a candidate for Miss Western 1974. Kathy has received Advanced Honor Scholarships and the Faculty Women's Scholarship. She worked as a secretary to Mr Gosnell.
Wayne Loeffler is from Conrad, Montana, and has majors in biology and physical educ at ion. He has been a member of Kappa Della Pi and M-Club. Wayne acted as Business Manager for Central Board ami participated in varsity football and intramural sports.
Mike Miller from Plains, Montana, has majors in history and English. He has par-tic ipated in Music Club, Western Chorale, and the Gargoyle production of THE GLASS MENAGE RIF, the Weseolite staff, and the 1974-7S Montana University System Student Advisory Committee. Mike has been Circle K president and District Governor, representative-at-large and Business Manager on Central Board, and Student Body Vice-president and President.
Bill O'Connor, an elementary education and music K-12 major, is from Livingston, Montana. He was a member of Western Chorale, KDP, and Newman Club, and served as president of the Music Club. Bill earned a Booster .Club Scholarship, Advanced Honor Scholarships, and the Montana PT A Scholarship.
Ian Sanders from Shelby, Montana, has a major in elementary education and a minor in English. She has served as representative ! large. Student Body Secretary, and was a meml er of the Chinook staff. |an worked as student manager for Saga foods.
40Elaine Totten, a physical education major and biology minor, is from Salt Lake City, Utah. She was president of AWS, HAC, and WIA, and a member of KZN and KDP. Elaine became the local and state Circle K Sweethearts and was a Homecoming Queen candidate in 1971 anci 1972 and 2nd runner-up in the 1972 Miss Western Pageant. She also served as 1971 program director. 1974 co-director, and 1975 director of the Miss Western Pjg-eant, as secretary to Mr. Stauffer, and as a lifeguard and swim instructor for four years. Elaine earned a letter in gymnastics, the AAUW Scholarship, and Advanced Honor Scholarships.
Tom Tucker is from Sfevensville, Montana. ami has majors in English anti math. He has been a member of M-Club, Circle K, KDP, Wescolite staff, Chinook staff. ICC, basketball team, and golf squad. Tom was elected Student Body President and has earneri a Booster Club Scholarship, athletic and Honor Scholarships, an ME A Scholarship, Cobb Foundation Scholarship, and was named PDK Man of the Year.
Susan Seelye from Kalispell, Montana, has a major in elementary education, a minor in biology, and a library endorsement. She was a memljer of AWS. KZN, WIA, Ski Club, Band, Wescolite staff. Campus Development Committee, and has served as president and Regional Director for Spurs, and as treasurer and delegate to 1974 National Convention for Kappa Delta Pi. Sue has earned a Booster Clul) Scholarship, Advanced Honor Scholar ships. Evergreen MEA-PTO Scholarship, local and state DKG Sc holarships, local anci state E Iks Scholarships, DuFresne Foundation Scholarship, and lane Buttrey Memorial Award.
Jerry Vanderpan from Baker, Montana, has majors in history and English. He was a member of Gargoyles and appeared in several plays. Jerry served as a legislative intern for the 1975 session.
Graduation — tradition. The last ceremony for WMC seniors is filled
with pride and dignity.
45DR. JAMES E. SHORT,
PRESIDENT WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE
46DEAN AND DIRECTORS
1. Mrs. Marie Carmody Dean of Women
2. Mr. Henry W. Slish Assoc. Prof., Science Dean of Students
3. Dr. Alan G. Zetler Assoc. Prof., Education Dir. of Student Teaching Dir. of Placement
4. Dr. Dale R. Tash Professor, Soc. Sci. Academic Dean
5. Dr. Stanley A. Grout Professor, Education Dean of Education
6. Mr. William T. Siraugh Professor, P.E. and Soc. Sci. Dir. of Athletics
1. Dr. John C. Garry Professor, Business
2. Mr. Barney P. Brienza Asst. Prof., Art
3. Miss Irene leingang Asst. Prof., Business
4. Mr. Donald Walters
Asst. Prof., Art
5. Mr. James D. Corr Asst. Prof., Art
1. Mrs. Helen M. Struckrnan Assoc. Prof., Education
2. Dr. Kenneth R. Hunter Assoc. Prof., Education
3. Mr. Arthur W. Hedge Asst. Prof., Education
4. Dr. Robert E. Newlon Assoc. Prof., Education
491. Mr. Donald K. Gosnell Asst. Prof., Fnglish 2. Miss Blanche Me Manus Assoc. Prof., English 3. Mrs. Ethel A. Hawkins Instructor, English 4. Mrs. Alrnerfa Brown Asst. Prof., English 5. Mr. Edward A. Cebull Assoc . Prof., English 6. Mr. JoeC. Ryburn Assoc. Prof., English 7. Mr. Lawrence Leith Asst. Prof., fnglish
1. Mr. Frank J. Busch Assoc. Prof., Soc. Sci.
2. Mr. Jerold Hilton Asst. Prof., Soc. Sci.
3. Dr. Stanley R. Davison Professor, Soc. Sci.
1. Mr. Terrance R. Cypher Assoc. Prof., Math. 2. Mr. Daniel C. Scott Asst. Prof., Ind. Arts 3. Mr. Larry W. Hickethier Asst. Prof., Math.
4. Mr. Cordon E. Bennett
Asst. Prof., Math.
5. Mr. Clayborn J. Anders
Assoc. Prof., Ind. Arts
1. Dr. Samuel E. Davis Professor, Music
2. Mr. Dennis C. Widen Instructor, Music
3. Mr. O. Leon Dillingham Asst. Prof., Music
1. Mr. George H. Nelson Asst. Prof., P.E. 2. Miss Dona ). Wallace Asst. Prof., P.E. 3. Mr. Donald F. Keltz Instructor, P.E. 4. Miss Bonnie J. Sheriff Asst. Prof., P.E. 5. Mr. George Marinkovich Instructor, P.E.
541. Dr. Daniel G. Block Profesor, Biol.Sci.
2. Mr. Joseph B. Streeper Asst. Prof., Phys. Sci.
3. Mr. Howard Smith Assoc. Prof., Phys. Sci.
4. Dr. Kenneth J. Bandelier Professor, Biol. Sci.
1. Mr. Norman Banks Supt., Bldgs, and Grounds
2. Mrs. Betty Barnes Textbook Library
3. Mrs. Karyl Coniway Secretary, Placement
4. Mr. Kenneth Cory Librarian
1. Mr. Jerry Curtis — 1st quarter Manager Saga Food Service
2. Mr. Frank Cocchiarella — 2nd quarter Manager Sag a Food Service
3. Miss Louise Farris Secretary, Registrar
4. Mrs. Marlene Grout Nurse
5. Mr. Harding Hanson Business Manager
1. Mrs. Marlene Hunt Clerk, Business Office 2. Mrs. Essie Later Secretary, Financial Aid
3. Mr. Larry Link Director, Financial Aid
4. Mrs. Linda Lucero Secretary, Education
5. Mrs. Patsy Matoon Clerk, Business Office
I1. Mrs. Elaine Peterson Clerk, Business Office
2. Mrs. Frances Richardson Cashier, Business Office
3. Mr. Rodney N. Parker Asst. Librarian
4. Mrs. Donna Rouse Secretary, Dean's Office
5. Mr. Paul O. Picton Registrar
591. Mrs. Betty Shafer Housekeeper, WRH 2. Mrs. Virginia Straugh Secretary, President
3. Mrs. Betty Spehar Clerk-typist, Reg. Office
4. Mr. Charles A. Stauffer Directror, Information
5. Mr. Ray Worthington Asst. Business Manager
ORGANIZATIONSCENTRAL BOARD GUIDES STUDENT POLITICS
Central Board is the student government organization on campus. At the helm in 1974-75 were President Mike Miller, Vice-president Tim Ballwebcr,Secretary Patti 1 laynes, and Business Manager Wayne Loeffler. Other members of the board: Mark Neill, Brenda Waldemar, Gary lan ners (at ting business manager}, Mike Foster, Advisor Mr. Stish, Kelly Flynn, Sherry Miller, Margaret lattm, Betti Christie, I arry Chamlx rs, and I ynn Simon.
I he Christmas det orating contest was sponsored by Inter Club Council (ICC). I his annual event brightens up our campus in December.
THE PEPPIE9T GIRL9 I EVER KNEW . . .
Spurs is a sophomore women's honorary. These girls spend many long hours ushering at plays and basketball games, providing an activities calendar, panic ipating in intramural sports, delivering Singing Spur-o-Grams, etc.
Junior Advisor Barb Olson, Jeanne Seidensticker, Linda LaFrance, Dalee Elser, Sue Henderson, Nancy Ayers, Margaret Nelson, Carla Oms-bcrg, Lori Simon, Donna Grant, Alice Davis, I inda Brewer, Bonnie Bremer, Sherry Miller, Junior Advisor Nora frank.AWS AND HAC ENTERTAIN AND GOVERN
Front Row. Colette King, Linda Brewer, Nancy Ayers, Donna Grant, Janet Clark, Lois Johnson, Lon Simon, Clarice Hetherington, Teresa Melenchek. 2nd Row: Loretta Lindsey, Peggy Guszregan, lynn Simon, Reene Hamer, Dalee tlser. Deb Seaman, Janet Kochis, Sharon Sbra gia. )rd Row: Ann Gehring, Nancy Huffine, Mary Morris, Margaret lattin, Betti Christie, Paulette Eccleston, Nora Frank. 4th Row: Diane Petrovich, Rose Ann Minnehan, Kerry Boyd, Nanette Kieckbust h, Billie Calcaterra, Debbie Stark. Last Row: Sybil Wilson, Sandy Stewart, Lois Perry, Barbara Mogren, Linda Tellesch, Donna Uggetti, Lois Bradshaw, Patti Haynes, Judy lurry.
Front Row: Janet Kochis, Ida Wunderlich, Teresa Melenchek, Vicki Lowell, Lois Bradshaw, Sherry Miller, Melodee Adsit. Back Row: Linda Brewer, Deb Seaman, Mrs. Carmody, Patty Riordan, Rose Ann Minnehan, Betti Christie, Carey Corum.Bat k Row: Mike Milfor, Rose Ann Minne-han, Tim Ballwober, larry Chambers, Hmer Musgrave, lorry Seidensticker, fiin Valath. Front Row: anty Huffine, Kerry Boyd, Lynn Simon, loDcl McPhee, Barb Mogren, Sybil Wilson.
Slant y Huffine — Secretary I arry Chambers — ICC' Rep. Jim Valat h — President, new Governor of
Western I iv. f liner Musgrave— Treasurer
The most outstanding projet t that Circle K had this year was their help w ith the Special Fd. guys for which they won the Single Serviee Award at the State Convention.
Back Row: Judy Pauli. Lori Simon. Dob Seaman. Patti Else, Margaret Lattin, Susanne Shannon, Kris )udd, Patty I ange, Nanc y Ayers, lanet Clark. Dalee Elser, Cindy lattin, Judy Bandelier. Middle Row: Nora Frank, Caryn Brand, Donna Uggetti, Lois Bradshaw, Peggy Henderson, Melodee Overn, Debbie Duchscherer, Ann Gehring, leanne Seidenslicker. Front Row: Mary Drabbs. Sue Henderson, Margaret Nelson, Sherry Miller. Linda Brewer, Kathy Larkin, Linda I aFrance, Sharon Sbragia.
Sitting: Linda Hansen, Sheila Ballard, Steve Ophiem, Debbie Duchscherer, Patti Else. Shayne Morris, Lee Mitchell, Judy Bandolier, Joy Wott, Melodee Overn. Standing: Mark Hansen, Jere Ledesky, Gary Clark, Cindy Eccleston, Patty Riordan, Kitty Tayne,Cindy lattin, Caryn Brand, Steve Jones, Mary Drabbs, Dot Stevens. Sue Soyler, Dr. Newlon, SueSeelye, Donna Seymour, and I im Ballweber.
KDPBar k Row: Sandy Price, Spur! Pfister, lynn Price, Bill Workman, Kathy Pettit, front Row: tarry Hassack, lim McCraw, Bill Pierce, Sally Withers, Patti Else, I lobart Biegler, and Don Wallers (advisor).
Rodeo Club has as its members those students with an interest in rodeo ac tivities. In the spring, this club sponsors a rodeo for Western.
Jim McGraw — President
RIDE 'EM COW PEOPLEI.A. AND ART CLUB CREATE
Loft to Right: Mr. Scott, Brian Maki, Lester Hankins, Jac k Young, Bill Fairweathor, Phil Knapp, and John Hanson.
Left to Right: Cindy Lattin. Gary Clark, Kitty layne, and Mr. Brionza.71CHINOOK
Wes olite Staff — Mark f fanson, Hal Spademan, Mary Bolles, Mrs. Brown, Susanno Shan non, Miriam Moore, Ginny leinhart, Nancy Fields, Steve Hopkins, Dalee I Iser.
Students working on the Chinook Staff this year included Mary Drabbs, Betti Christie. Glynis Lovell. Steve Hopkins, Diane Petrovich, Gary Lanners. and Laurie Briney.
I )iane, Gary, and Laurie
Debbie Duchscherer, Carole Strupp, Bill O'Connor, Nancy Ayers, Melodee Overn, Kim Wilcox, Kim Haberman, and Pally Haynes.
Pep Band plays for home games.CHORUS
Back Row: Scon Cooper, |im Mass a, Scot! Paisley, Roben Palmer. Bill Woodford. Mike foster, Dave Miff, Darrell Holland, Mark Rice, Mike McGuire, Mike Clouner, Kim Haberman, Tom Thompson. Trd Row: Sharon f ield, Nancy Ayers, Debbie Duchscherer, Sybil Wilson, Carole Strupp, Valeric Hanks, Lynn Simon. Lori Simon, Chris Lively. Sue lenkins, Desiree Robertson, Gay Whealon. 2nd Row: Sharon Harmon, Rosy Wehler, Theresa Glennon, Pam Brown, Susanne Shannon, Kim Wilcox, Brenda Waldemar, Elaine Totten, Barbara Withers, Ida Wunderlich, Joyce Duffner, Sandy Dinsmore, Miriam Moore, Nancy Grayson, Kerry Boyd, Carrie Holland, Peggy Guszregan, Colleen Warhank,
Reene Hamer, ludy Pauli, Soloist Laurie Hagenbarth, Accompanist Mr Widen, and Director Mr. Dillingham.
1st Row: Pam Brown, Mike Miller, Mike Foster, Fern Thornton, Carrie Holland, Kim Haberman, Darrell Holland. 2nd Row: Karla Knox, Theresa Glennon, Carole Strupp, Mark Rice, lulian Brinson, Desiree Robertson, Tom Thompson, Ron Thompson. 3rd Row: Kim Wilcox, Capri Orman, Miriam Moore, Roben Palmer, Grant Conner, lirenda Waldemar, Patty Haynes, and Mike McGuire.
Leff to Right: Mike Battaiola, Mary Drabbs, Susanno Shannon, Shari Thorson, Sybil Wilson, Dorothy Gaines, and Mr. Ryburn.PEMM
Standing: Cwyn Anderson, Verna Bremer, Lois Perry, Kari fiansaas. Rose Arnold, Donna Seymour. Colleen Warhank, Karla Knox, Carey Corum, Donna Grant, Bonnie Bremer, |udy
Jacobson. Sitting: Sherry Miller, and Reene Hamer.
Sportswoman of the Year — Sherry Miller.
Back Row: Lois Perry. Bonnie Bremer, Nancy Ayers, Gigi Brown, Melodee Adsit, Gwyn Anderson, Donna Seymour, Verna Bremer, Diane Petrovic h. Rose Arnold, Margaret Nelson, Kathy Robel, Carla Omsberg, Carol Kipp, Margaret Dryden,
I inda Brewer. Ird Row: Carey Corum, Patty Hale. Marnell Brown, Donna Grant, Pam Jones, Judy Jacobsen, I ynne Stubbs, Reene Hamer, Brenda Waldemar, Vicki Lowell, Nancy Huffine, Clancy Hether-ington. 2nd Row: Bec ky Watson, lorretta I indsey, Caryn Brand, Cindy Thomas, Patty Lange, Karen Watters, Lois Bradshaw, Colette King. 1st Row: Linda Hanson, Donna Uggetti, Elaine lotten. Sue Seelye, Sharon f ield, and Patty Haynes.
Offic ers: Bonnie Bremer — I reasurer, Carey Corum — ICC Rep., Judy Jac obsen — President. Donna Seymour — Women's Intramurals Director, and Dona Wallace — Advisor.MCLUB
Left to Right: Bill Hannah, Brad Vining, Brien Weber, Shayne Morris, Bill Schlepp, Bill Mulvaney, Dan O'Fallon, Shane Westfall, Dan fide. Rich Hucke, Skip Archibald, Flmer Musgrave, Mick Davis, Brian Maki, Gary Lanners, Larry Chambers, and Dale Sumner.
Siding: lisa Smith, Sherry Willis, Sheila Ballard, Sybil Wilson, Mike Sbragia, Lois Bradshaw, Desiree Robertson, Pam Brown, Joe Stark, Sharon Sbragia, Donna Norris. Standing: Ida leeoenow, John Hulet, Debbie Stark, Brent I undgren, Joyce Hulet, Wade Hulet, Willard Hulet, Mike Kelley. Cary Ricks, and Brenda Johnson.8283LATECOMERS
Gwyn M. Andersen Browning Karen Bellon Dillon Carolyn Enzweiler Dillon
Colette King Missoula Judy levandoske Dillon Steven Opheim Sun River
Yvonne Conko Dillon Dan Evans Raynesford Glen Johnson Superior Helga A. Smith Twin Bridges
85MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION
Keith Mic hael Crum Dillon
Charley W. Frey, |r St. Ignatius
Sister Rosellen Koehler Butte
Helen Williams Dillon
Cary Addington Dillon Sheila A Ballard Dillon Fred Beyer Punxsutawney, Pa. Lois E. Bradshaw Philipsburg
Caryn L. Brand Deer Lodge Ernest Carter Dillon
Dale R. Chamberlain Helena Tony Ciapusci Santa Rosa, Ca.
Barbara Lawrence Coon Butte Scott A. Cornell Augusta Bonnie Patrick Cypher Stillwater, Mn. Mary Eleanor Drabbs Hinsdale
Cindy Smith Eccleston Dillon Sharon Jo Field Great Falls Becky |o Thompson Flamm Ennis Norman Flamm Sheridan
888990Laurie Frey St. Ignatius Marvin E. Gebhardt Livingston Emily Ann Gehring Helena John Gonser Great Falls
Gordon Gum Dillon
Clara B. Haft Butte
Patricia Hale Fort Shaw Lester Hankins Dillon
Mark Hansen Dillon
John Hanson White Sulphur Springs James R. Harris Butte
Patricia M. Haynes Fairfield
Clifford A. Heuscher Browning Stephen Hopkins Butte
Linda Lee Hugulet Dillon
Lois Johnson Philipsburg
91Steven Jones Clyde Park Kristie Judd Butte
Mary Beth Kastelitz Livingston Susan Klemencic Great Falls
Ronald Kuntz Dillon Bruce lamkins Olivia, MN. Patricia Lange Stevensville Kathryn Larkin Livingston
Cindy Latlin Fort Benton Jere Ledesky Ronan Pamela Lepley Fort Benton Wayne Loeffler Conrad
Joy Lott Twin Bridges James Patrick Lynch Roundup John Maloney Choteau Mike Miller Plains
9293Douglas Milliron Dillon Charles Nau Kalispell Merle Nelson Fort Benton Patricia Nord Deer Lodge
Roger Pelletier Kevin Patricia Riordan Butte Janet Sanders Shelby William Schlepp Conrad
Janelle Schmidt leadore. Id. Susan Seelye Kalispell Susan Seyler Twin Bridges Janet Shafer Dillon
frederickSimonsen Dillon Joanne Soyland
Edward Struznik Butte
9495Monica Crawford Talbott Divide Jacqueline R. Taylor Malta Linda Tellesch Cut Bank
Cynthia Thomas Anaconda Shari Fox Thorson Twin Bridges Daniel Tierney Butte
Elaine Totten Salt Lake City, Ut. Tom Tucker Stevensville Donna L. Uggetti Butte
Jerry Vanderpan Baker Sarah Wither Steamboat Springs, Co.
Jack Young Dillon
Thomas Arnot Hamilton Bruce Ballweber Hamilton
Timothy Ballweber Hamilton Judith Bandelier Dillon
Michael Battaiola Butte
Bruce Brown Stevensville Kelly Callantine Belgrade Betti Christie Townsend
9798Cary Clark Sula
Carey Corum Ronan
Michael Davis Walkerville Michael Dryden Missoula
Debra Duchscherer Tukwila, Wa.
Paulette Eccleston Anaconda
Patti Else Dillon Kelly Flynn Townsend Nora frank Kalispell John Cutcheck Anaconda Linda Hansen Dillon
Terri Hanson White Sulphur Springs
Stephen Henderson Dillon
Richard Hucke Fallon, Nv.
Judy Jacobsen Shelby James Jensen Dillon
Dennis Johnson St. Ignatius Connie Juden Cascade
99Frank Jury Conrad Karla Knox Dell
Janet Kochis Hamilton Kathy Laden Dillon Cary Lanners Great Falls Margaret Laltin Helena
Loretta Lindsey Libby James McGraw Sand Coulee Michael McGuire Cascade Rex McKee Jordan, Ut. Viki Melton Huntington Beach, Ca. Shayne Morris Corvallis
William Mulvaney Helena Barbara Olson Milwaukee, Wi. Melodee Overn Kalispell Judith Pauli Sheridan Karen Regan Missoula Lance Robertson Lovell, Wy.
Sharon Sbragia Anaconda Donna Seymour Shelby Shirley Tomaskie Helena Luke Thompson Dillon Brenda Waldemar Dillon Rebecca Watson Petersburg, Ak.
Ceorge Archibald Helena Nancy Ayers Fort Benton Mary Bolles West by Bonnie Bremer Choteau Linda Brewer Coffee Creek Larry Chambers Albany. Or.
Janet Clark Butte
MiloColadonato Missoula Alice Davis Dillon Margaret Dryden Missoula Dalee Elser Sheridan Michael Foster Townsend
102103104Grant Gcngor Fairfield Harold Genger Fairfield Donna Grant Hungry Horse Sharon E. Harmon Dillon
Peggy Henderson Dillon
Susan Henderson Dillon
Teresa Melenchek Sacramento, Ca. Dale Meyer Jaspar, In.
Sherry Miller Plains Mark Neill Belt
Margaret Nelson Whitehall Robert Nolle Dillon
105Capri Orman Twin Bridges Watchara Pimprapaiporn Los Angeles, Ca. Mark Rice Missoula
Bernard Rosling Twin Bridges Deborah Seaman Fairfield Jeanne Seidensticker Dillon
Susanne Shannon Fairfield Lorraine Simon Dillon Harry T. Smart, )r. Missoula
Deborah Smith Dillon Jacquelyn Stewart Dillon James Valach Dillon
Andrea Wehler Dillon Shane Westfall Salmon, Id. Ronald White Coolidge, Az.
Kevin Anders Dillon Rose Arnold Boulder Val Balison Superior
David Bandelier Dillon Jack Bates Arco, Id.
Mark Bennett Great falls
Hobart Biegler Eureka
Timothy Biggs Salmon, Id. Bryan Block Dillon
107Hal Bowden Arco, Id. Kerry Boyd Silver Star Verna Bremer Choteau Laura Briney Denton Steve Buck Choteau Pat Burroughs Billings
Randall Cash Hamilton Stuart Cebulski Seeley Lake Calvin Christensen Dillon David Cloud Whitefish Mike Clouner Great Falls George Coon Arco, Id.
Scott Cooper Belgrade Randy Cornwell Spokane, Wa. Gloria Davis Dillon Pat Day Sheridan Sandra Dinsmore Philipsburg Joyce Duffner Sheridan
108109noMark Duvall Great Falls Robert Felt Billings Kari Flansaas Helena
Theresa Glennon Drummond Nancy Grayson Dillon
Peggy Guszregan Sunburst
Reene Hamer Helena Valeri Hanks Missoula Jackie Hayashi Dillon
Fern Hildreth Dillon
Carrie Holland Drummond Nancy Huffine Belgrade
David lliff Poison
Mary Anne Jensen Dillon
Donald Kieckbusch Manhattan Philip Knapp Asheville, NC Christine Lively Melrose Glynis Lovell Dillon
Vickie Lowell Stevensville Desiree Lundgren Dillon
Patrick Lynch Dillon
James Massa Dillon Kathy May Dillon
Debra McCallum Niarada
BELGRADE Hiph School LibraryJodel McPhee Billings Michael Mickelson Anaconda Cary Milam Bigfork Rose Ann Minnehan Anaconda Barbara Mogren Anaconda Carolyn Monroe Sandpoint, Id.
Miriam Moore Dillon Mary Morris Kalispell Rick Nield Dillon Doug Nolle Twin Bridges Karla Nolle Twin Bridges Roben Palmer Boyd
Craig Patrick Cildford Lois Perry Cascade Bruce Peterson Dillon Diane Petrovich Anaconda Kathleen Pettit Wisdom Mary Ann Posivio St. Ignatius
112113IMRichard Ramondelli Yonkers, NY Rebecca Reistad Deer Lodge Rikie Rewerts Cut Bank Kathleen Robel Helena
Ronald Rogers Bakersfield, Ca Robert Schuler Dillon
Lucinda Schulz Sheridan
Hal Spackman Drummond Elizabeth Sporich Dillon
Carole Strupp Leadore, Id.
Lynne Stubbs Dillon
Ronald Thompson Butte
Tom Thompson Sidney
IkBrand Thornton Dillon
Douglas Tommerup West by Theresa Topmiller Dillon
Kenneth Weatherwax Cheney, Wa. Rosalie Wehler Dillon Patty Westfall Dillon
Sybil Wilson Dillon Joe Womack Dillon
William Woodford Billings
WMC 21 Ricks OPP 26
7 Snow College 0
6 Carroll 24
23 Tech 10
17 Eastern 7
20 Rocky Mountain 20
7 Westminster 57
24 Treasure Valley 23
Offense —1924 rushing, 850 passing Defense — 1147 rushing, 11% passing leading passers — Randy Cornwell 29 of 67 completed Shane Westfall
20 of 54 completed leading receiver — Tony Ciapusci
21 receptions 164 yards
Leading rusher — Larry Chambers 103 carries 44 S yards 4.3 yards per carry Most tackles — Mike Dryden 50 tackles Most assists — Mike Dryden 56 assists leading scorers — Bill Hannah 6 TD's .16 pis Tony Ciapusci 4 TD's 1 PAT run 26pts Mark Rice 10 PAT's, 4 FG 22 pis
Dennis Johnson Mick Corr Ron Walker Dino Pfaff Tim Biggs Mike Davis Hobart Biegler John Donovan Larry Chambers Brure Allen Dale Sumner Randy Evans Bill Workman Rich Hucke
n - 9 - 1
12 - 8
7 - 13
0 - 6
6 - 9 - 1
7 - 4
6 - 14
9 - 7
15 - 5
5 - 11
Most takedowns — Dennis Johnson 17
John Donovan 17
Most escapes — Larry Chambers 19
Most reversals — Mick Corr 28
Most near falls — tarry Chambers 15
C 4- Jl JBAQKETBALL
87 Westminster 79
74 Westminster 76
77 Oregon Tech 84
96 Soul hern Oregon 82
83 Oregon Tech (30T) 87
61 Seattle Pacific 85
55 Seattle Pacific 68
77 University of Alberta 69
93 University of Alberta 51
76 Southern Utah State 66
76 Southern Utah State 69
69 Weber State 103
69 Montana Tech 61
73 Carroll College 61
73 College of Great Falls 56
74 Rocky Mountain 62
68 Rocky Mountain (OT) 66
103 Northern 70
95 Northern 60
74 Eastern 83
98 Rocky Mountain 70
81 Northern 60
73 Montana Tech 57
73 Carroll College 81
69 College of Great Falls 92
89 Montana Tech 63
66 Eastern 74
73 Eastern 69
68 Carroll College 67
90 University of S. Dakota 68
62 College of Great Falls 72
Mile Relay — 1st — 1:41.6 440 Relay —1st Three Mile Kevin Flynn — 1st Dan Evans — 2nd Mile
Kevin Flynn — 1st — 4:57.0 Dan Evans — 4th 880
lirn Massa — 1st — 2:05.3 Kevin Flynn — 4th 440
hm Massa — 1st — 52.2 Elmer Musgravc — 2nd 220
Bob flynn — 2nd Bill Woodford — 4th Dan O'Fallon — 5th 100
Bob Flynn — 1st — 10.1 Bill Woodford — 3rd 120 High Hurdles Dave lliff — 2nd Rik Rewerts—3rd 330 Intermediate Hurdles Elmer Musgrave — 1st — 41.0 Roben Palmer — 3rd Pole Vault Bryan Block — 1st — 11'0"
Brien Weber — 3rd Marv Cebhardt — 4th Pat Day — 5th Shot Put Mark Rice— 1st — 44'2"
Dan Eide —2nd Mark McCormack — 5th Discus Dan Eide — 1st — 133'2 V Mark McCormack — 2nd Mark Rice — 3rd Tres Genger — 5th long lump Dave lliff — 4th Triple lump Dave il.ff —1st —44'3"
Rik Rewerts —5lh
119Left lo right — Back Row: Glen Johnson, John Soderling, Val Balison, Tom Suhr, Andy Bowden, Dave lliff, Earl Prunty, Grant Genger, Clarence Arnold, Randy Cornwell, Greg Trenary, Steve Orr, Mark Neill. Bill Woodford, George Coon, Robin Palmer, Steve Buck, Dan Evans, Chris Schmitt. Middle Row: Brian Maki, Larry Chambers, Ken Smith, Curt Adams, Gary Milan, Joe Bennett, Shane Westfall, Dan O'Fallon, Mark Rice, Elmer Musgrave, Curt Kegel, Jack Bates, Rich Ramondelli, Mike Clouner, Scott Cooper, Rick Rewcrts, Bill Hanley. Front Row: Wayne Loeffler, Brad Vining, Scott Cornell, Dan Eide, Tony Ciapusci, John Gonser, Gary Lanners, Bill Hannah, Jim Magee, Bill Mulvaney,
Shayne Morris, Rich Hucke, Mike Drydcn, Steve Henderson, Tres Genger, Rick Lester.
120WMC BULLDOGS 3-4-1
1. Coach Corr has a plan. Coach Nelson, are you listening?
2. Hannah breaks for long yardage, and Westfall leads the way.
3. "How about an instant replay on that call. Ref?"
4. "It's myleeeggg!"
121Many people will agree (Hal George Nelson's first year at the Bulldog helm was quite impressive. Although the win-loss record didn't show it, this team was comparable to the 1969 Conference Champions. Leading the team were first team all-conference selections Brad Vining, Tony Ciapusci, and Elmer Musgrave. Second team selections were Mark Rice, Rick Rewerts, and Mike Dryden. These six teamed with graduating seniors John Gonser, Dan Eide, Wayne Loeffler, and Scott Cornell to make the fighting Bulldogs a serious threat to the rest of the Conference.
1975 — THE YEAR OF THE D0G8!
1221st TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
Leroy Armstrong Dennis Gibson
2nd TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
Ernie Carter Godfrey Saunders Ron White
44.0% Field goals
64.5% Free throws
1294 Opponents' rebounds
ONE-GAME HIGH MARKS
Godfrey Saunders 41 points 16 rebounds
48 free throws of 61 attempted (78.7%) 438 total points for a 14.6 game average
244 field goals of 479 attempted (50.9%) 527 total points for a 17.0 game average
426 total points for a 14.7 game averageBULLDOG BA9KETBALL
Lrnie Carter, Don Kicckbusch, Godfrey Saunders, Leroy Armstrong, Kim Anderson, Rex McKee, lulian Brinson, Ron White, Herb Cooke, Dennis Gibson, Kelly Flynn. Assistant Coach |im Corr, Coach Casey Kelt , Assistant Coach Cliff Metsker.
1241. Hey, fellas! What's the score?
2. Give 'em hell. Bulldogs!
3. Mick the Stick
4. The Big 'G'
5. That’s a good play, Casey.
6. Sorry, fellas, I missed dinner.
7. Saunders for two
8. Just can't jump high enough. Shorty
9. All for the Bulldogs — stand up and holler!
10. Twin Flynn in fora lay-up
25Back Row: Coat h Charley Frey, Larry Chambers, Randy Evans, Dennis Johnson, Hobart Biegler, Brut e Allen, John Donovan, Coach Mike Crum. Front Row: Mike Davis, Ron Walker, Dale Sumner, Dino Pfaff, Mick Corr, Tim Biggs.
BULLDOG WRESTLERS WIN CONFERENCE TITLE1975 FRONTIER CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
BULLDOGS TRIPLE SCORE OF NEAREST COMPETITOR
1. Run, )im
2. Dave-master of the triple jump
3. Elmer clears the hurdle
4. Nice hand-off!
5. Oc upying spare time
6. Get it out there, Tres!
7. Rik and Dave race over the hurdles
8. Marv Gehhardt, javelin
9. Woody finds time to study
10. Don't hit the bar!
11. Bob hits the finish line
12. Does it hurt, Dan?
Western Montana College cheerleaders Nancy Huffine, Mary Morris, Karen Walters, and Lynne Stubbs accomplished the difficult task of coordinating and leading the cheers at football and basketball games and wrestling matches.
48 U of M
49 U of M
54 76 88 61 73
Bonnie Bremer Shot — 37'11 Vi" (new record) 440 relay — 53.2 (new record) Donna Grant Reene Hamer Judy lacobson Lynne Stubbs 880 relay — 2:01.4 (new record) Donna Grant Reene Hamer )udy Jacobsen Sherry Miller Lois Perry Long jump— 14' 7Vi"WOMEN'S VARSITY BASKETBALL
Basketball is an important part of the women's athletic program. Western has a line team, and this year brought good
Front Row: Kathy Felsman, Sherry Miller. Karla Knox, |udy lacobsen, Donna Seymour. Back Row: Rose Arnold, Callie Bossart, Bonnie Bremer, Patty Gilham, Gigi Brown, Carla OmslK rg, Marnell Brown. Not Pictured: Coach Dona Wallace.
1. Carroll College gets a lesson in hook shots.
2. Gigi makes the fast break look easy.
1361. Somebody hit the ball!
2. Coach Wallace gives her last minute strategies.
3. It's all yours Callie!
4. BULLDOG PRIDE
137Carey Corum, Reenc Hamer, Bonnie Bremer, Donna Grant, Rose Arnold, Lois Perry, Judy Jacobsen, Becky Watson, Sherry Miller. Not Pictured: Lynne Stubbs, Coach Bonnie Sheriff.
1. The girls' track team receive their letters from Dr. Short
2. Lois Perry practices the long jump.
3. Donna at the blocks for the 220 yd. dash.
4. Over the hurdles with Lynne.
5. Bonnie puts the shot.
6. Sherry and Becky — long distance runners.
7. Rose practices throwing the discus.
MO1. Wrap that rope!
2. Don't let that bull get you down. Spud.
3. Hard-workin' down.
4. Ride 'em, cowboy.
5. All finished!
6. He won't get away
Fall Quarter intramurals include boys' and girls' flag football, co-rcc and boys' volleyball, and 3-man basketball.
1. Rip Squad rebounding strength
2. Earl the Pearl for two!
3. Roadrunners take 3-man title from Lugnuts.
5. 3-man basketball action
1421. Intramural Football Champs— Hona Honas
2. Most Interceptions — Tom Tucker
3. Intramural Volleyball Champions — Roadrunners
4. Men's volleyball
5. Who's quarterback?
6. Co-rec volleyball
7. Roadrunners in action — Are you ready Huck?
8. Touchdown Sherry Miller!
U3ROAD RUNNERS TAKE FIVE-MAN BASKETBALL TITLE ON THEIR WAY TO A CLEAN SWEEP OF 1975 INTRAMURAL TEAM SPORTS
1. Champion Roadrunners Top: Kevin Flynn. Greg Pusey, Rod Goss, Rik Rower!s. Bottom: Bill Mulvanoy, Richard Hucke, Bill Hannah.
2. Contact Lens!
WMC men go! iheir money's worth from the best intramural program in the state.MEN’S, WOMEN'S AND CO-ED VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHT WINTER QUARTER ACTIVITIES
1. Male half of the co-ed volleyball c hamps: Dan tide. Brad Vining, John Kuglin, Steve Henderson.
GO UNDEFEATED FOR SOFTBALL CROWN
1. Twin Flynn doin' whal ho does best! (?) 2. Grit your teeth and meet the ball —
). Johnny gives us a lesson in pop-ups —
4. Omar at his best! Worst? — He needs a
5. Stretch Hucke scoops a low throw for
6. Give us your decision, George.
1. Sharon's swingin' for the fence!
2. Come on gals; that's mv best pitch! She's a terror on the base paths.
4. Sale at first — Now how am I going to get the rest of the way?
TURNS ARENA INTO CANDLESTICK PARK
14 7INTRAMURAL SPORTS CHAMPIONS
148SPRING ACTIVITIES AMONG
1. Iennis anyone?
How jlxjut a game of doubles?
1. Come here, Mr Slish!
4 Tom Iu( ker— a lough duffer to heal.
V Is ihis how Arnold Palmer goi started? f Ra quet hall sweeps ihe VVMC ampus.
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Attractive and Convenient Residence Halls Sixteen Modern Apartments for Married Students Dining Room Facilities
Make Reservations Now By Writing Admissions Officer
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE
DILLON, MONTANA 59725A 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 INTERESTED IN OTHER CAREERS, WESTERN OFFERS:
• A two-year curriculum in Business Education
• A two-year General College Course
• One and two-year Pre-Professionol 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,
For Information, Write to the Admissions Officer
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE
Dillon, Montana 59725ELI EL'S
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DILLON PORTRAIT STUDIO
Phone 683-2741 4 N. Washington St. Dillon, Montana
Montana's Finest Department Store
Butte and Helena, Montana
CALL 723-5441 BUTTE AND ORDER BY PHONE FROM ANYWHERE IN MONTANA MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
154MIDI MART FOOD STORE
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Dillon, MontanaPROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
DR. R. D. ROMERS Dentist Phone 683-267 1 Dillon, Montana
DR. R. D. BOYCE Optometrist Phone 683-2020 Dillon, Montana
DR. E. D. EVANS Dentist Phone 683-4491 Dillon, Montana
DR. JOHN McCOLLUM Dentist Phone 683-5312 Dillon, Montana
DR. R. J. ENGLISH Optometrist Phone 683-261 1 Dillon, Montana
DR. J. C. LINDUSKA Dentist Phone 683-2861 Dillon, Montana
DR. W. E. MONGER Osteopathic Physician Phone 683-4421 Dillon, MontanaWMC BOOSTER CLUB
During the past 17 years, the WMC Booster Club has been synonymus with the college's growth and progress. The club's contributions include over 400 freshman scholarships, valued in excess of $75,000. During the 1974-1975 academic term, Boosters awarded 45 grants in the amount of $200 each. Recipients, selected on the basis of leadership and scholastic excellence, are required to maintain above-average grades throughout their scholarship year.
The organization's membership roster, which includes citizens from all walks of life, now totals over 160, each of whom contributes financially to the annual scholarship program. Current club officers are: Bob Harrison, president; Norm Stubbs, vice-president; Joe Lane, treasurer; and Charles Stauffer, secretary. Serving on the board of directors are Bob Romers, Bob Cerringa, Max Nield, Henry Stish, Walt Albertson, Don Crosser, Cliff Henningsen, Jim Wilson, John Morse, Don Peterson, Jim Corr, B. W. Lodge, J. Lester Jones, R.). English, Keith Lokensgard, Tom Delaney, and Spence Hegstad.
The membership roll, as of February 1,1975, follows:
Aitken Ski-Doo C. R. Anderson Arnold Benson Dan Block Jessie Barrett Walt Brundage Club Bar Jim Corr Dairy Queen Dillon Creamery Portrait Studio Bob English Franklin Truck Stan Grout Hazelbaker Agency Homestead House A. L. Juergens Ralph Kneeland Leonhardt Ranchwear
Keith Lokensgard Annie MacDonald Blanche McManus Reid L. Molen Mountain Bell Evelyn Orr ). C. Penney - Paul Picton Rotary Club Ted Renfro J. Seidensticker Creston Motel Stamm Jewelers Petrolane Steelgas Sundowner Motel Veterinary Hospital Glenn Welch WMC Faculty Women ADK
Hazel's Style Shop
Montana Motor Supply
Pioneer Store Rowland-Thomas Schulz Davis James Short Smith Nield Standard Lumber Henry Stish Keith Taylor Vigilante Electric Dell White Insurance Al Zetler American Legion
A W Drive-In
W. G. Gilbert
R. E. Newlon
Mrs. S. Wilkinson
American Legion AuxiliaryKen Bandelier Blum's Floral Bob Boyce
Beaverhead Bar Supply
1st National Bank Dave Gallagher Bob Harrison )erry Hilton Richard Hilton Bill Kearns Essie Later Lou Lorengo jim Lots
Ralph McFadden Mitchell Drug Francis Mooney OK Tire Store Peavey Co.
Elaine Peterson Roberts Foods Frances Richardson Sacajawea Motel Herb Slack Sneed's Cycles State Bar Bill Straugh Valley Motor Dona Wallace Williams Feed Robo CarWash Clay Anders
Norm Banks Bostwick Truck Lines Byron Brown Beaverhead Cleaners Tom Clemow Co-op Supply Darigold Dillon Cable TV Dillon Jaycees Elliott Ford
1st National Insurance Harold Grogan Harvey Brothers Frank Hull Tom Jones Kiwanis Club Larry Leith Bun Lodge M L Motel Gene McKeever Gile Mitchell John Morse, Jr.
Petersen Livestock Dale Pettit R. D. Romers Safeway Sears
Chris Small Southmont Tractor Charles Stauffer Helen Struckman Dale Tash Andrew Wehler Ron Wirtz Dick Jonasendomp! i mcrfhs od
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Best of Luck to the Class of 1975
Since We're Neighbors Let's Be Friends
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DILLON OFFICE SUPPLY
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Phone 683 4955 Dillon, Montana
(Take me with you!)
Campus Bookstore BETTY BARNES, Manager
"A Good Store In A Good Town"
36 North Idaho Dillon, MontanaGLASQ BLOWING:
ANOTHER FIRST FOR WESTERN
Winter Quarter 1975 saw Western become the first and only school in the state to offer a class in glassblowing. Denny Gemmel and Mike Battaiola demonstrate their ability in this art.
164STATE BANK TRUST COMPANY
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THE CLOTH SHOPPE 24 South Idaho Dillon, Montana
STANDARD LUMBER g COAL CO. 302 North Montana Dillon, Montana
E M GIFT SHOP Andrus Hotel Lobby Dillon, Montana
STEPHENS' GREENHOUSE • FLORAL 508 Kentucky Avenue Dillon, Montana
GRACIE'S NEW fr USED STORE 140 West Bannack Dillon, Montana
DILLON CREAMERY Dillon, Montana
Andrus Hotel Building Dillon, Montana
HALE'S COLLEGE EXXON 646 South Atlantic Dillon, Montana
COAST TO COAST Dillon, Montana
BEAVERHEAD DRY CLEANERS Dillon, Montana
O HARA S OASIS CAFE 31 South Idaho Dillon, Montana
ROBERTS FOODS Dillon, Montana
MEGQUIER HARDWARE 1 20 North Montana Dillon, Montana
LION'S DEN Dillon, Montana
STATE BAR • DINING ROOM 26 South Montana Dillon, Montana
“DILLON ROTARY CLUB" Rotary International
CO-OP SUPPLY, INC.
500 N. Montana Street Dillon, Montana Queen Size Beds Air Conditioning
Courtesy Coffee Direct Dial Phones
Spacious Color T.V.
In Dillon it's the "Sundowner" — Comfort at its Best — ART and KARA OLIVIER — Owners
WHERE WE BELIEVE
Service fo humon.fy
Golfing, Boating, Baseball, Football, Basketball,
Skiing, Tennis, Archery, Reloading, Ten Speed Bikes, Honda, Arctic Cat, Kawasaki Sales and Service
ROYAL INN MOTEL, COFFEE SHOP AND LOUNGE
49 Rooms Bridal Suite Executive Suite
A W DRIVE IN and DINE IN
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BIG SKY CINEMA I II TWIN THEATRES
Montana’s Newest and Finest Rocking Chairs — Deluxe Snack Bur
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169170If you don’t smoke... you’re a safer driver
Farmers money-saving Non-Smoker Auto Package
FARMERS' INSURANCE GROUP
GOOD LUCK SENIORS!
33 N. Idaho — Phone 683-4522
THE HOMESTEAD HOUSE
W. F. KOENEKE HELEN KOENEKE
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Music — Records — Old-Time Candle Shop Dillon, Montana
171THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Serving Dillon and Southwestern Montana Since 1880
Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation Member FDIC
AM-FM Music 335 S. Atlantic — Dillon, Montana
173SAGA FOOD SERVICE
LEONHARDT RANCH WEAR
Home of the Famous Brands
33 E. Helena Street — Dillon, Mt.
Saga Food Service takes this opportunity to thank Western's Food Service employees for their dedication.
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE
FRANK COCCHIARELLA Food Service Director
Open Daily 7 A.M. to I I P.M.
Delicatessen items; Lunchmeat; Pop; Beer; Hot Sandwiches; Sundries; Fresh Fruits and Vegetables; Locker Service; Magazine Rack; Full Line of Groceries
163 Atlantic Dillon, Montana
175ANOTHER YEAR ENDED
1974-75 was a long, hard year for Western Montana College. Repeated attempts to close the school had to he met with fervor and determination. Thanks to many dedicated people the doors to the great est school we know remain open.
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