University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT)
- Class of 1983
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Western Montana - College Dillon, Montana
1st row (left to right) Greg Sictscma, Krystal Sorlien, Chris Jungcrs, Lisa Fawcett. Jcannic MeDorman, Ben Williams; 2nd row Dirk Peacock. Sharon Brand. Maureen Lovely. Alan Clouner; 3rd row Kelly Ryan. Carrie Cloninger. Janice Banka. Guy Melby; 4th row Pal Kissel, Shelly Stack. Robin Lake, Joe Olson; 5th row Paul Tikalsky. Tani Converse. Trent Larson. Cheryl Mulcahy, R.T. Snyder, Gail Bisscll. John Dunlap, Jane Briney. Not Pictured. Grant Killoy and Kevin Craft.
Getting into it.
"Oh really, he use to play for the Yankees?"
Having a Good Time
“Damnit, Start Yelling!!"
Three Muskeltcers."Short People"
Dead to the World.
Look what I found.'
Sitting on the job.
What’s everyone looking at?
“Slugger’6“83” Chinook Dedication
Mrs. Ethel A. Hawkins
The 1983 edition of the Chinook is dedicated to Mrs. Ethel A. Hawkins. She was born and raised in Dillon. She received her B.A. from Washington State University in 1957, completed her M.S. at Montana State University, and took sabbatical leave in 1981 to attend Idaho State University.
Mrs. Hawkins has devoted approximately 23 years to teaching as an assistant English professor. Nine of those years have been at Wctcrn Montana College since 1974. She has served as the Chinook advisor and is a member of the Awards Committee at Western.
We the staff of the Chinook wish to thank Mrs. Hawkins for her support, devotion, and dedication to all the students and to Western. We wish her continued success, happiness, and satisfaction, in the years to come.Administration
A ribbon cutting ceremony on September 14, 1982, celebrated the dedication of the James E. Short Administrative Center. A fitting tribute to Dr. Short, the renaming honors him for his 19 years service as president of Western. Upon his retirement, he received emeritus status from the Board of Regents for “dedication to the cause of education, exemplified by uncompromising integrity and a unique awareness of his responsibilities during one of the most challenging eras in Western’s history.”
A native of Meagher County, Montana, Dr. Short graduated from WMC in 1935 and received master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Washington. He served as president of Western from 1957 to 1976.
Friends, alumni, faculty, and students joined in honoring Dr. and Mrs. Short at a convocation and reception following the ribbon cutting ceremony. A plaque commemorating the occasion hangs in the main foyer of the building.
The setting sun that signals rest To us, is stirring in the West Others who from sleep’s fond dreams Awake.
The light of this Chinook reflects Past friends, events - and so connects Today with yesterday. Its beams Thus make
The coming and the going one Bright chain, a legacy begun Again - an ever greater dawn, it seems.
Bob Thomas 1983
Happenings. . . Happenings
12Happenings. . . Happenings. . .
Campus Blood Drawing1415Campus Shots. . .
THA T’S MY MOTTO. J
FACULTYMr. Clayborn Anders Associate Professor Industrial Arts
Dr. Daniel Block Professor Natural Heritage
Mrs. Brenda Borjas Manager Snack Bar
Dr. Frank Busch Professor History and Social Science
Ms. Ellen Bush Assistant Professor Speech and Drama
Mr. Edward Ccbull Professor Emeritus English
Ms. Joan Clary Assistant Professor Education
Mrs. Karyle Corn way Secretary Placement Office
Mr. James Corr Associate Professor Art
Mr. Kenneth Cory Librarian
Dr. Terrance Cypher Professor Mathematics
Mr. Tom Davidson Assistant LibrarianMrs. Lcola Fred Administrative Assistant Development Office
Dr. John Garry
Dr. Joan Gordon Adjunct Professor English
Mrs. Gayle Gransbery Nurse
Mrs. Patricia Hally
Mr. John Hammond Director
Mrs. Betty Hanson Administrative Aide Registrar's Office
Mrs. Ethel Hawkins Assistant Professor English
Mr. Norman Heuser
Mr. Larry Hkkethier Registrar
Dr. Evelyn Hivcly Vice President Academic Affairs
Dr. Nylcs Humphrey
19Ms. Jancllc Johnson Secretary Physical Kducation
Mrs. Sue Jones Administrative Aide Continuing Education
Mr. David Kendall Assistant Professor Physical Education
Dr. Joseph Kennedy Associate Professor Natural Heritage
Mrs. Normadinc Kennedy Assistant Professor Business
Ms. Cheryl Knickerbocker Secretary Biological Science
Mr. Ralph Kroon Rural Education Coordinator
Dr. Sylvester Lahren Associate Professor Education
Mrs. Vickie Lansing Assistant Secretary President’s Office
Mrs. Essie Later Switchboard Operator
Mr. Glen Leavitt Director Fiscal Affairs
Mr. Lawrence Leith Associate Professor English
20Mr. Larry Link Director Financial Aid
Mrs. Cathi Love
Dean of Students
Mrs. Linda Lucero
Mr. Richard Mandcville Program Director
Mr. George Marinkovich
Miss Blanche McManus Associate Professor Emeritus English
Mrs. Marge Montrose
Mrs. Sally Morticr Assistant Professor Education
Dr. Thomas Morticr Dean of Students
Dr. Rex Myers Associate Professor History and Social Science
Mr. George Nelson Alumni Director
Dr. Robert Newlon
21Dr. William O’Connor Associate Professor Human Resource Management
Mrs. Jeannette Rector Administrative Aide Registrar’s Office
Mr. Tom Rippingalc Assistant Professor Human Resource Management
Mrs. Donna Rouse Secretary President’s Office
Mrs. Jo Ann Roycc Cashier Business Office
Dr. John Schcckler Assistant Professor English
Mr. Daniel Scott Associate Professor Industrial Arts
Mrs. Dorothy Seymour Secretary Business Office
Ms. Bonnie Sheriff Assistant Professor Physical Education
Mr. Steve Sikes Controller
Dr. Eloisc Snavcly Associate Professor Education
Dr. Lee Spuhlcr Dean
22Mr. Charles Stauffer Director of Information
Mr. Henry Stish Associate Professor Physical Science
Sgt. Robert Taylor ROTC
Ms. Carla Teigen Director
Mr. Otis Thompson Assistant Professor Mathematics
Mrs. Karen Throckmortcn Accounting Clerk Business Office
Dr. Frank Tikalsky Professor
Human Resource Management
Ms. Dona Wallace Assistant Professor Physical Education
Mrs. Clarice Walters Bookstore Supervisor
Mr. Donald Walters Associate Professor Art
Mr. Mark Young Director of Development
Dr. Alan Zetlcr Dean of Education
23Western Montana College Welcomes Dr. Evelyn Hively
Dr. Evelyn Hively joined Western’s administration as Vice President for Academic Affairs August 1, 1982. Dr. Hively received her Bachelor’s degree from Carncgic-Mcllon University, her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Miami, Florida. She has taught English and French at the high school level, English at Pennsylvania State University extension school at New Castle. She also served as associate professor of English and director of the American Studies program at the University of Miami. She also served as Academic Dean at Salem College in Winston-Salem, N.C.
A former Buhl Foundation Scholar, Andrew Carnegie Scholar, and Rockefeller Foundation Fellow, Dr. Hively has participated in wide ranging administrative and educational workshops. She is a past consultant for Holt, Rinehart and Winston Publishing Co., North Carolina Humanities Committee, National Endowment for the Humanities and the Educational Testing Service.
Dr. Hively has published widely and is presently completing a book of criticism on the novels of Willa Cathcr.THIS V
SCHOOL B WOULD BE ™ | NOTHING WITHOUT MEPeggy Ann Adamsen Dillon
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Gail Bisscll Fairfield
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Susanna J. Clark Dillon
27Gail Cochran East Helena
Tani Converse Fairfield
Val Crawford Nampa. Idaho
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Barb Eslick Fairfield
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33Fred Trafclct Dillon
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34WHAT DO SENIORS HAVE THAT I DON’T?36
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Dan Haft Butte
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37Brent Holder Eureka
Kelly Holtz Sunburst
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Sherry Jolly Butte
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White Sulphcr Springs
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44Kelly Hayes Stockcu
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F'rank Kujawa CJcyscr
45Barb Kvapil Libby
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Shane Patrick Dry Gulch
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Mark Plaza Ontario. OR
Rooster Reynolds Twin BridgesJerry J. Richard Vida
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Wilma Bennett Helena
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White Sulphur Springs
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Becky Buti Libby
51Jenny Bulorovich Warm Springs
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P.ileen Ccarlcy Helena
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(Jinny Corr Dillon
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53Gancl (iivcn Twin Bridges
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55Lance Loving Fori Benton
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57Robic Powell West Yellowstone
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Tom Schmidt Twin Bridges
Voyd St. Pierre Box Elder
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(linger Throckmorton Dillon
Reba Trafclci Dillon
Joe Tyscl Dillon
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Daniel C. Vanuk Rathdrum. ID
Mary Vuckovich Anaconda
Traci Weinberger Glcndivc
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Scott Wimdung Winifred
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Judy Cusick Butte
Phyllis Jones Laden Dillon
Ethel Longhurst Carmen. Idaho
Mike Miller Plains
Gerta Mular Dillon
Barb Oriel Dillon
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61Go With Go Day
6263Cross Country Ski Team
Paul Roberts, Bob Crumley, Kelley Lamley. Tani Converse. Charlene Clark
Top row • Scott Francis. Dr. Joe Kennedy. Mike Riley. Dr.-Tom Morticr. Joanne F.slick. Pat Kissel. Cora French. Alora Stepan. Bottom row - Melody Fuller. Mike Miller. Rick Miller. Dennis Brock. Gail Bisscll. R.T. Snyder.
l-r. - Kent Wright. Julie Simon. Chris Bumgarner. Jeff Fcrdcrcr, R.T. Snyder. Katie Campbell. Rhonda Campbell. Rick Miller. Not Pictured: Marcia Oursland. Blake Charlicr. Joanne Eslick, Barb Ilslick. Advisor: Chuck Stauffer. Instructor: Julie Simon. Legal Advisor: Mike Riley.
Kappa Delta Pi
Top row - Ms. Joan Clary. Monte Lynnes. Mary Puccinclli. Leslie Pagett. Jackie Vuckovich. Jane Brincy. Lonnie Collingsworth. Bottom row - |)r. Robert Newlon. lirnic Moss. Nan Moss. Jeff Fcrdcrcr. Carrie Drinvillc. Audrey Maurer. Mona Fisher. Susanna Clark.WMC Rodeo Club
From row. l.-r. - Kelly Ryan. Barry Brooks. Jeff Johnson. Vince Thompson. Kent Nordahl. Ben Rooster Reynolds. Steve Lang. Advisor John Seymour. Rick Nordahl. Back row- Nancy Nell. Tami Shiplct. Kelley Shiplct. Kelley l.amlcy. Carrie Cloninger. Chris Mclaney. Rene Cloninger. Kolenc Brown.
l.-r. - Honorary Member Mr. Anders. Ciranl Killoy. Russ l aris. Tim Mayer. Neil Bjornstad. Jerry Lyons. Jim Janosco. Bret Thompson. Charlie Soha. Lloyd Williams. Advisor Dan Scott. Jerry Richard. Dan High.Row I • Sharon Brand. Connie Peterson. I.inda Swanson. Shelly Jenkins. Row 2 - Kim l.a zari. Denise Gallc, Claudia Starky. Janice Banka. Row 3 • Julie Schneider. Joncl Jones. Corrina Garman. Row 4 • Molly Malone. Ruth Bicbcr. Shelly Stack. Charlene Clark
Row I - Dennis Brock. I.inda Shade. Addic Haugen. Katie Campbell. Scott Francis. Shelly Stack. Row 2 - Pal Kissel. Lonnie Collingsworth. Dick Mandcvillc. I cc Lslick. Charles Buus.MHA
Back • Kim Stotts, Alora Stepan, [’resident Sharon Brand. Middle -Hisac Yamasaki. Krystal Sorlicn. Front - Secretary Treasurer Brenda Beck. Val Ericson
Back • Kevin Murphy. Trent (.arson, Steve Pinsoncault. Grant Killoy. John Love. Front - Joe Wells. Guy MelbyKZN
Back • Kalhy Piva, Karen Henke. Joncl Jones. Jane Brincy. Susan Iverson. Middle - Eileen Lane. Charlotte Moran, Julie Pierce. Julie Eby. Wilma Bennett. Addic Haugen. Seated • Tami Pittman. Sharon Brand. Rhonda Campbell. Mary Ann Lundberg. Deb Pearson. Kathy Murray. Kneeling - Barb Oriel. Michelle Gerringa. Gail Cochran, Kim llulsc
l.-r. - Susan Iverson. Wendy Evans. Jamie Duppong. l.isa Blaskovich. Ruth Bicbcr.
l.-r. In basket - Denise Turner. Diana Babcock. Nan Moss, Ernie Moss, l.loyd Williams On bike, Elton Kirtlcy. On Stallion. Advisor Barney Brienza. On cactus. Monte Lynnes. Under Cactus. Joe Olson. Under Sandwich Board. Terrel Jones. Leading Stallion. Gary ProulxThe Chinook Crew
Kaihy Concentrating Cody Creating
Editor - Mary Hanson Asst. Editor - Kathy Wudcl
Business Manager • Cody l.arson Activities - Sharon Brand
Photographers - Mark Sorenson Staff - Krystal Sorlicn, Tena Kcyscr. Shelly Ferguson. Jack-
Dirk Peacock ie Vuckovich, Dan Haft
Standing • Gail Cochran, Julie Eby, Gail Bissell. Carmen Rosales. Val Crawford. Jim Orict. Seated - Kevin Murphy, l.oyd Williams. Barry Brooks. Doug Hayes.
Front Row - Eric Moore. Ann Babson. Maribeth Olson. Vince Morlcy. Back Row • Stan Green. Blake Charticr, Not pictured - Cora French. Chris Pcronc. Ron Brunckhorst. Steve Komic, Rick Shaw. Russ Sampson.Circle K
Seated. 1 to r • Kathy Wudcl. Dave Nickel. Dave Meier. Robin Boguc. Standing. 1 to r • Greg Siclscma. Barry Smith. Dave Garry. Rose Clague. Val Ericson. Brenda Beck. Dr. Myers, advisor.
Front row. l-r - Craig Devlin. Cathy Jackson. Tena Kcyscr. Greg Sietsema. Back row. I -4 - Mike Darnc. Director Dick Siclscma.
Carmainc Mindt. Scott Smith. Leslie Pagett. Ben Williams. Vickie Begin. Dave Begin. Ginny Davis. B.J. Bjornstad. Colleen Bjornstad.Gargoyles
Back row - Scan Rogers, Paul Tikalsky, Joanne Eslick. Kim Woody, Kathy Murray, Jay Yankoskie, l.inda St. Clair, Rex Myers, Addic Haugen, Jo Ann Curran, Chris Fisk. Brian Hayes, Ben Williams. Front row - Fred Redfield, Dirk Peacock. Ronda Conley. Laura Myers, Margot O’Connor, Trinda Myers, Gary Myers, Advisor Ellen Bush, Rollic Amundsen.
5Unusuals At Westernr I’M THE PHOTOGENIC ONE.
Knitting for Raster Seals
Simon says "Did you put your dcodcrant on this morning?"
Candidates for Senate
Rick Miller - President Lonnie Collinsworth Vice President
The other ticket: JoAnn F.slick Lee Eslick
Candidates being questioned
Did I make the right choice?'
What a hassle!
79Presented by Western Women Residence Hall Association
80KDP Kid Day
1. Lisa Blaskovich. Mary Vuckovich-Anaconda Minerals Company. Mary Vuckovich-Anaconda Girls Athletic Association.
2. Kathy Murray-William S. Bender Memorial
3. Ron Brunkhorst. Dawn Dupca-Charles Bair Trust. Mike Darnc-I.loyd Young (Albcrton High School)
4. Mary Ann l.undbcrg-Banco
5. Mary Puccinclli-AAU W. Claire Millcr-Mary Baker F.mcrick Memorial
6. Margaret Stepan. Katie Miller-WMC Leadership, Ginny Corr-WMC Alumni Avsociation. WMC Foundation. Lesley
Vince Hull-Amcrican Legion Auxiliary. WMC Alumni Association
Linda St. Clair-C.R. Anderson Memorial Robin IX'an. Dan Leary-Charles Bair Trust Christine Miller-Beaver booster Club LcAnn Harrison-Beaverhead County Cow belles Su anne McAfee-Buttrey Trust
Susan Arthur. Sy lvia Carpenter. Terrel Jones. Frank Kujawa. Toby Magill-Mary Baker limerick Art Scholarship
Pagett-Alumni Phonathon Award
7. Cory Johnson-William C. Bierrum Memorial
8. Kevin Snydcr-Hciscy Foundation. Tami Pittman-Pfi cr. Inc. John F.nglish-l.ula Mac Clay Memorial
9. Darlene Rose-Chance
10. Audrey Hanscn-Dclta Kappa Gamma. Western Food Service
11. Leslie Dippold-Mary Baker limmcrick Art Scholarship
12. Wendy Fivans-Dufresne Foundation
13. Monte Lynnes-Mary Baker Emcrick Art Award
14. Wilma Bennett-Cobb Foundation
Tammy Hatfield-First Northwestern Bank of Dillon. Soroptomist Rich Green-Jay l.alondc Memorial
Jenny Butorovich-Victoria Larson Memorial. WMC Booster Club Sylvia Carpenter-Melrose Grange
Shelly Rankin-Montana Della Alpha Delta Kappa. WMC Booster Club
Lisa Edgar. Margaret O'Connor-Montana Power Company
Scott Smith-Music Company
Laurinda Jordan-L.S. Osborne Memorial
Paige Allen. Carmainc Mindt-Performing Arts
Jeff Marshall-Bob Pubek Memorial
Steve llowery-Rotary Club
841. Robin Lake. Wendy Ranft. Joe Olson. Gary Proulx. Alora Stepan, Carol Jones. Monte Lynnes. Sabrina Salcs-Mary Baker Emcrick Art Scholarship. Alora Stepan-Silver Bow Chapter DAR
2. Susanna Clark-Judy Fochcr Memorial
3. Barb Oriet-Harkness Rural Education
4. Jackie Vuckovich-Kappa Delta Pi
5. Ann Marie Gravcs-Flanagan Memorial. Lincoln County High School. WMC Alumni Association
6. Gail Bisscll. James Stott-Maicr Miller Memorial
7. Rhonda Conlcy-Mary Baker Emcrick Art Scholarship. Providential Community Assistance Program
8. Barbara Matteson-Trcacy Foundation
9. Martha Williams-Howard Smith Memorial
Marcic Maroncy-Joc C. Ryburn Memorial
Sue Gordon-Shakcspcarc Club Gcnevicvc Albertson Memorial
Bernice Rolando-Mclrosc Grange. Soroptomist
Chris Fisk. Reba Trafclct-Soroptomist
Sterling Maus. Russell Simpson-Treacy Foundation
Nancy Gcngcr. Fred Redficld-Wapiti Playcrs Elks
10. David Meier-Rotary Club
11. Rene Cloningcr. Nancy Nell. Chris Mclancy-Rodco Club
12. John Piva-Jim Spehar Memorial
13. Bret Thompson-Greg Stewart Memorial. Superior Area Scholarship
14. Brian Cowlishaw-Modern Woodmen of America. Western Food Service
15. Brent Holder. Ginny Corr. Charles Buus, Penny Haynie. Cathy Jackson. Teresa Schladwcilcr-WMC Foundation. Cathy Jack-son-Larry Powell Memorial, Sweet Adelines
16. Elizabeth Roberts, Christine Jungcrs-WMC Foundation
17. Julie Burgstrom-Western Women
18. Terry Fogarty. Joe Tyscl. Debrah Fredrickson-WMC Booster Club. Joe Tyscl-Bcavcr Booster Club
R.T. Snyder-Terry Watters Leadership
Vincent Thompson-Western Food Service
Ron Beck. Gancl Given. Lisa Click. Christine Miller. Tim Mitchell. Charlotte Moran-WMC Booster Club
David Rhea. Craig Rouse. Voyd St. Pierre. Billy Joe West, Shancc Williams-'WMC Foundation
Ron Fischcr-W.MC History Award
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JCPenney "rBill Straugh Gymnasium
Dedicated April 23, 1983
In respectful acknowledgement of the sportsmanship, leadership, and humanitarianism epitomized by Bill Straugh, Professor and Athletic Director Emeritus
During his 36-year tenure at Western Montana College, Bill Straugh compiles one of the most impressive records in Treasure State sports history. Among these achievements were 22 championships — 10 in track, nine in basketball, two in football and one in baseball. Under his guidance, WMC basketball teams were victorious in 362 of 591 games, earning nine Montana Collegiate Conference trophies and five berths in the NAIA Finals at Kansas City, Missouri, over a 25-year span. In 1973 he was elected to membership in the exclusive NAIA “Coaches Hall of Fame.”
A native of Idaho, Straugh attended White Sulphur Springs High School, graduated from WMC in 1935 and coached five years at Glasgow before returning to Western as Athletic Director in 1940. His long and distinguished career at this college was interrupted by three years service during World War II. and he is now a lieutenant commander, ret., U.S. Navy Reserve.
Industrial Arts Show
9091In tram urals
Wendy Evans and Chris Jungers took 1st and Fred Redficld took 2nd
Oooh!Ahhh! Doo-whap. Doo-whap!
Look at those tcchnicologically advanced instruments!!!Nice view! Is it a guy or a girl?
1. MC- Dave Willis shows off his magical optical illusions.
2. Steve "Gravy” Graves.
3. Jinny Davis sings till the cows come home.
99Community Concerts Presents
The California Boys' Choir
William Carter Dance Ensemble
Bill SchustikThe WMC Spring Concert
Back row - Dave Begin, Greg Siclscma. Dan Haft, Neil Bjornstad. Ben Williams, Steve Mullen, Director Dick Sictsema. Scott Smith. Tom Casebolt. Mike Blair. Front row - Vickie Begin. Ginny Davis. Cathy Jackson. Tena Keyser. Terry Thompson. Colleen Bjornstad, Sheila Kroon. Sandy Herost. Janette Peterson. Dawn Dupca.
The Barber Shop QuartetWMC Madrigal Dinner
102103The Robert Finch Festival
ear Closing Time
Narration: Kathy Murray Jetting: A small town jewelry store, early on a summer’s eve, 191Ol IChris Fisk as Fred Sheldon, the town marshal.
Dirk Peacock as John Baldwin, the town jeweler.
|Addie Haugen as Mary Templeton, a customer.
Narration: Kim Woody Setting: An early summer morning, 1933, somewhere along the Transcontinental Highway in Utah.
Rex Myers as Humphrey Billings.
Joann Eslick as Ada.
Kathy Murray as Sarah.
Chris Fisk as J.O. Crowley, a stuffed shirt.
Roald Amundson as T.S. Aldershot, Mayor of Grand City.
Dirk Peacock as the truck driver.
Narration: Jenny Butorovich feettino: A ranch house, 1946, somewhere in Montana Trinda Myers as Mrs. Shaw.
Laura Schiopen as Addie Kim Woodv as Rose.
Closing Narration: Kathy Murray [Lights: Linda St. Clair
ISound: Brian Hayes, John Plutt, Jay Yankowski
Program and Poster Desiqn: Roald Amundson
'roduction Crew: Kim Woody, John Plutt, Linda St. Clair, Sea] Rogers , Penny Havnie, Andre Gasper, Lriaj
Robert Finch was born in Iowa but spent his early life in Dillon. Youngest of a family of four. Finch became a constant companion of his father on fishing trips. He roamed the hills and valleys of this area. It was during these years, the early 1920's, that he acquired a deep knowledge and love of Montana’s rural life. These first impressions remained with him and formed a deep knowledge of the people which in later years formed a nucleus for his plays about the American West.
He attended the University of Montana and the Yale Drama School where his dedication to acting and the theatre developed. For a time, he was an actor in legitimate theatre on Broadway and in off-Broadway plays. His greatest thrill early in his acting career was an ovation by a sophisticated New York audience. After attending the University of North Carolina, he became deeply interested in play writing. Among his published works is a volume of fifteen one-act plays entitled Plays of the American West. Several of his plays have won awards and __ special distinction. “Western Night” won the Theatre Guild Cup in a 1939
production contest. “From Paradise to Butte” and “Summer comes to the Diamond O” have been nationally screened and televised.
104From Left to right F.llcn Bush, Roald Amundson. Rex Meyers, Scan Rogers. Kathy Murray. JoAnn lislick Back Left to Right Trinda Meyers. Laura Schiopen. Dirk Peacock. Kim Woody. Chris Fisk. Jenny Butorvich. Addie Haugen. Brian Hayes. Linda St. Clair.
Near Closing Time
The ReturnOne Flew Over The Cuckoo’s
Dillon FolliesSpring Awards Banquet
Cheerleader Awards - Jamie Duppong. Wendy Evans. Sue Iverson. Ruth Bicbcr
Chinook Awards - Mark Sorenson. Cody Larson. Mary Hanson. Krystal Sorlian. Sharon Brand
Business Award - Gerta Mular Chance Award - Howard Gaines
Student Senate - Scott Francis. Kim Stotts. Jenny Bulorovich. Joe Tyscl, Rich Miller. Lonnie Collinsworth with Chief Justice Doug HayesCobb Foundation Award - Mary Puccinclli
Robert Puhek Award - Kip Ryan
Howard Smith Award - Gedffrey SmithGolden Hammer Award - Jerry Lyons and James Janosko
Music Company Award - Vickie Begin, Sue Gordon
l.alonde Award - Jeff Ferguson
Rotary Award - Doug Hayes
Belinda CcarlcyMaicr Miller Award - Chancllc Cooper, Gary Havcrficld
Flores Cup - Margaret Stepan
Ryburn Award • Kathy Murray; Shakespeare Club Award - Marilyn Hale
Jim Spehar Award - Phil Odegard Greg Stewart Award - Roger Merrittr
Memories In “83
J-lonors 74 WMC Students
Tim Bennett of Deer Lodge is majoring in Physical Education with an emphasis in Sports Medicine. He is a member of the WMC Athletic Trainer's Association. He is also a member of Kappa Delta Pi. He has participated in intramurals and received an athletic scholarship for football his freshman year.
This summer Tim will be working on certification as an athletic trainer and plans on student teaching in Kalispcll where he will help out as a trainer for the football team. He also will be head athletic trainer for the West football team for the annual East-West Shrine game, a job he did last year also.
Gail Bisscll has a broadficld Physical Education major with emphasis in Sports Medicine and a Business Education Major. She has been has been involved in varsity volleyball and track for four years. She has also been active in KZN, KDP, Student Senate, Circle K. Intramurals and Program Council. She has been a Peer Advisor, Mathew’s Hall Association Advisor, and a Resident Assistant. She was Student Senate Vice President in 1982-83.
Gail is the recipient of the Maier Miller Memorial Scholarship, Booster Club Scholarship and has received Dean’s List recognition. She plans on teaching business and physical education in high school along with some coaching and training duties.
Kolcne Brown of Dillon is a Physical Education major with a Business minor. She has achieved second-team all conference honors for the 1981 season in volleyball and holds the conference record in the long jump for track. She was also recognized as the Women’s Outstanding Performer in track for the 1981 season. Kolcne is a member of the Rodeo Club and enjoys all sports and intramural activities.Tani Converse of Fairfield is a Physical Education major with a Mathematics minor. She transferred to WMC from Flathead Valley Community College in the fall of 1981. She participated in women’s varsity basketball and track all four years of college and was also the 1982 Women’s Frontier Cross Country Champion. Tani was on the Dean’s list for five quarters while attending FVCC and two semesters at Western. She was the 1982 Homecoming Queen.
Susan Gordon of Dillon started her career as a student after being a housewife for twelve years, which she spent traveling around the United States and Germany because her husband was in the Army. She has three children and a husband. Kent, also a senior at Western.
Sue is a member of Gargoyles, president of Kappa Delta Pi, and president of the Music Company. She has participated in choir, pep band, and the Dillon Community Orchestra. She has also been involved with the productions Pippin, Spoon River. Best of Broadway and the Madrigal Dinners.
She plans to settle down with her family in a small northwestern Montana town and teach music.
Terrel L. Jones is majoring in Art K-12 and minoring in Spanish. She served as Art Club Secretary-Treasurer during the 1981-82 school year and as activities director during the 1982-83 year. She is a recipient of the Soroptimist Art Award and also their business award. She has received a Mary Baker Emerick Art Scholarship. A member of K DP. Terrel has also participated as an instructor for the “Young Artists’ Round-Up.”
nsJay McCurry attended Western Montana College during the years 1974-76. In 1976, he went to work for the Milwaukee Railroad as a machinist and roundhouse foreman. In 1980. he returned to Western. At Western, Jay was a peer advisor for freshman during his junior and senior years and vice-president of the Industrial Arts Club. He also worked on several committees while in the Industrial Arts Club.
Jay is majoring in Industrial Arts with a History minor. He has been on the Dean's list every semester since his return to college. He plans to seek employment in industry.
Claire S. Kochman Miller of Conrad is a graduating senior in Elementary Education with a minor in Music. Claire’s campus activities include Music Company for three years; Circle K for two years, serving as secretary; Spurs, serving as Junior Advisor; Kappa Zeta Nu for three years; Kappa Delta Pi: Peer Advisor; and SMEA. She is listed in Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities and America's Outstanding Names and Faces.
Claire hopes to find a teaching position and settle into and become part of a community.
Aubrey S. Miller of Harlowton is a graduating senior in Elementary Education with a History minor. Aubrey was Program Council Chairperson, 1981-82; Program Council Representative on Student Senate, 1981-82; a member of Circle K and Student Montana Education Association.
In addition to Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, Aubrey was also named to America’s Outstanding Names and Faces. He plans a teaching career in Montana. He also plans to attend a University to gel his Master’s degree in Education.
Mark Oursland of Somers is a mathematics and physical education major with a physical science minor. He was active as a leader in Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship all four years, serving as president for two years. He also was a three-year Icttcrman in track and field. He participated in as many intramural activities as were offered. In the summer of 1982 he went to Niger, Africa as a missionary and hopes to teach overseas some day.
116R.T. Snyder of Hamilton is majoring in Natural Heritage, General Science and Secondary Education. He has been a member of Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship, secretary of the Natural Heritage Club, a member of Central Board and the Student Senate, and served as ASWMC student body president in 1982-83. He was a member of several championship intramural basketball and volleyball teams, editor of the Wcscolitc and the recipient of the 1982 Terry Watters Leadership Scholarship. R.T. was twice a homecoming king candidate and was a class officer for his junior and senior years. In addition, he served as On-Campus Living Manager for four years. As a member of Central Board, R.T. was responsible for the creation and adoption of the 1981 ASWMC Constitution which created the Student Senate and the present form of student government. As President, R.T. was largely responsible for the resurrection of the Wcscolitc.
Jim Stott, a History major with a minor in Industrial Arts, received the Maier Miller Memorial Scholarship for excellence in both academic subjects and athletics. He was a three-year letterman in varsity basketball and was chosen by the league coaches as First Team All-Conference and All District for the 1982-83 season. He was also captain of the basketball team. Originally from Chotcau, he is married and has two children. He has participated in intramurals and has been on the Honor Roll three out of his six semesters at Western.
Terry Tenneson of Helena is a senior majoring in Elementary Education. During her four years at Western, she participated in Intramural sports, was a three-year member of Student Montana Education Association. She belonged to Spurs, of which she was Treasurer; KZN, of which she was Vice-President; and Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.
Terry also served a year as the National Student Representative for the Teachers’ Rights Committee. She and seven teachers across the nation attended meetings in Washington D.C. Terry enjoys being with children and is looking forward to teaching. Her future plans include teaching cither in Montana or Wyoming.
Fred Trafelet is majoring in Physical Education with a Biology minor. He has been a member of Cir-cle-K for four years holding the offices of President and Vice-President. He was also named the “1980-81 Montana District Circle K’er of the Year.” Fred served for two years on the ASWMC Program Council, holding the position of dance coordinator. He was a member of the WMC wrestling team and has worked for two years at Beaverhead County High School as an assistant wrestling coach. He has also been active in intramural sports as a participant and a Coors Intramural Sports Festival staff member. He is also a member of SMEA.
117Roy Evenson Dedication
Mrs. Hawkins and Roy Evenson
Roy talks with scholarship recipients
Sharon Brand. Roy Evenson and Mark Sorenson talk about the Chinook Mr. Evenson receives Outstanding Alumni
Award during graduation ceremony.
Roy Evenson received an Outstanding Alumni Award for his dedication to his alma mater. Mr. Fvenson’s gifts to the college total over $250,000. Students arc the principal recipients of his generosity. Nine scholarships were given in 1983 including two for $1000 for a dedicated Chinook staff member and a student photographer. Mr. Evenson worked for the National Park Service for many years in spite of a lifelong handicap resulting from osteomyelitis.
118Former Astronaut James Lovell
Honored Guest Captain James Lovell
Captain Lovell and admirers
Mark Sorenson. Pres. Thomas talk with Capt. LovellSenior Breakfast
120Lining up on a windy day
Gcc. is this really happening?
Don't poke me
Graduates walking in
The ProcessionalDr. Tash presents retirement award to Sgt. Maj. Taylor
A happy student
Outstanding Alumni Carl DavisVolleyball
Front row from left: Debbie Synness. Kolcnc Brown. Manager Deb Dean. Denise Galle. Wilma DeShon; Back row from left: Gail Bisscll. Ginny Davis. Jackie Vuckovich, Marcia Ourstand. Joncl Jones. Coach Shannon Morse. (Not pictured: Tammy Ashford and Jill Anderson)
All Conference Wilma DeShon, Jonel Jones
124Go for it, Wilma
Left to right, front row: Rich Whitmore, Dan Buhlcr. Cecil McDougall. Brent Willard. Joe Tyscl. Ben Williams, Don DcTonacour. Larry Hurt. Steve Graves. Steve Pinsoneault. Scott Francis, Dan Vanck; Second row: Leif Amundson. Kip Ryan. Robert Gccring. Mike O Harra. Kent Bradford. Neil Brunett. Randy Rogers. Pat Ball. Pierre Martincau. Cory Ellis. Trent Larson. Ken Kortc. Jim Vinson; Third row: Don Sanderson. Jerry Mee. Jeff Marshall. Jeff Carrow. Mitch Maki, Quanc Kenyon. B.J. West, Anthony Dotson. Kirk Bork, Jeff Scott. Scott Wooldridge. Steve Galley. John Magnus.
Left to right, front row: Bret Thompson. Bruce Walden. Mack Patterson. Mick Pool. Billy Hughes, Vince Thompson. Chris Schaffcld. Brett Frank. John Dunlap. Cory Johnson. Steve Mann. David Rhea. Ken Swanger. Kevin Craft; Second row: Rick Schoonmakcr. Mark Williams. Ken VanSickcl. Kenton Johnson. Kelly Dennchy, Duane Eamon. Roger Merritt, Guy Melby. Mark Plaza. Jeff Christ. Donnie Wunder, Kelly McKccver. Dennis Stubbs. Bruce Schulz, Troy Brazclton. Third Row: Todd Klein. Steve Lang. Jim Ehicrs. Doug Barth. Harley Misner. Matt Genger. Greg Reynard, Dan Sampson. Lew Wootan, Jeff Hendrickson. Jon Liair. Jim Noffsingcr. John Love. Richard Gardner. Russ Pearce.
WMC And CarrollTough 'D"
WMC 36 Ricks College 22
WMC 14 Simon Fraser 20
WMC 16 Carroll College 17
WMC 17 Montana Tech 28
WMC 31 Rocky Mountain 7
WMC 28 Montana Tech 23
WMC 21 Rocky Mountain 6
WMC 38 Carroll College 35
WMC 22 Mesa College 56
WMC 14 E. Washington U. ’Conference Games 41
Chalk Up One For The Defense
First Team Jeff Marshall - Tailback Bruce Schultz - Linebacker John Dunlap - Safety Richard Gardner - Dcf. Tackle Second Team
Mitchell Maki - Off. Tackle Trent Larson - Center Neil Bjornstad - Quarterback John Love - Dcf. Tackle Kevin Craft - Dcf. Back Cory Johnson - Dcf. BackWoman’s Basketball
Back row, left to right: Tani Converse. I.isa Baas, Sandi Herbst, Molly Malone. Kim Tracy. Patti Simms. Barb Farmer. Terri Daum. Barb Green. Cindy Farmer, Chanellc Cooper. Chris Jungers. Front row. left to right: Manager Wilma Bennett, trainer Chris Melancy. head coach Jim Corr, assistant coach Sheila Kroon, manager Teresa Schladwcilcr.
WMC 68 S. Idaho
WMC 59 S. Idaho
WMC 68 E. Utah
WMC 69 Utah State
WMC 71 NM Nazarenc
WMC 50 Idaho State
WMC 57 UM Jayvccs
WMC 62 Seattle U.
WMC 64 Carroll College
WMC 59 Montana Tech 81
WMC 79 Rocky Mountain
WMC 61 UM Jayvees
WMC 71 Carroll College
WMC 48 N. Montana
WMC 53 N. Montana
WMC 87 Great Falls
WMC 54 Montana Tech
WMC 52 Carroll College 60
WMC 50 Montana Tech
WMC 63 E. Montana
WMC 67 E. Montana
WMC 61 N. Montana
WMC 59 Great Falls
WMC 71 Montana Tech
WMC 74 Carroll College
WMC 80 Rocky Mountain
WMC 73 Rocky Mountain
WMC 74 Great Falls
55 82 65
59 63 55
75 75 60
57 Uh. Cindy, behind you!
75 Ciivc me the ball!
Standing from left: Ed O'Dell. Marko Chalich. Brian DeMars. Jim Stott. Hugh Foster. Bobby Young. Gary Havcrficld. Todd Rouse. Mike Haines, Jeff Ferguson. Craig Rouse. Rich Green, Shane Patrick. Glen Visscr; Kneeling from left: assistant coach Tim Werth. head coach Casey Kcltz. Manager Roy Avessuk.
WMC 92 Mary College 79
WMC 69 Montana Tech 78
WMC 66 S. Idaho 72
WMC 68 St. Marys 87
WMC 80 N. Montana 79
WMC 56 S. Idaho 57
WMC 67 Central Wash. 77
WMC 63 Gonzaga U. 84
WMC 50 Whitworth 83
WMC 55 Idaho State 92
WMC 86 NW Nazarcnc 109
WMC 76 Rocky Mountain 67
WMC 75 Carroll College 63
WMC 68 N. Montana 71
WMC 56 N. Montana 77
WMC 68 Great Falls 74
WMC 72 Montana Tech 82
WMC 81 Carroll College 68
WMC 48 Montana Tech 56
WMC 53 E. Montana 68
WMC 77 N. Montana 80
WMC 54 Great Falls 70
WMC 69 Montana Tech 72
WMC 93 Carroll College 75
WMC 52 Rocky Mountain 69
WMC 61 Rocky Mountain 74
WMC 80 Great Falls 78
Outta my way. buddy!
130Brian sky-hooks one
Bobby drives for two
Rich, the jolly Green giant, shows his muscles under the boards!
All Conference - First Team - Jim Stott
Front row from left: Javey Gon alcs, Jeff Betts, Bob Weatherston. John Piva. Jeff Harada. Ross Nichols. M.J. MeGinley, Voyd St. Pierre; Second row: manager Tim Bennett, Gordon Conn. Bill Woody. Bruce Walden. Runs Frost. Blake Robbins. Rick Miller, manager Paul Tikalsky; Third row: coach Ric Hamilton. John Blair. Grant Killoy. Keith Wilson. Joe Wells. Tony Dotson. Bob Pearce, assistant coach Dave Ilarasymc7uk.
Dual Matches Tournaments
WMC 24 Ricks Col. 22 E. Washington Open
WMC 21 U. of M. 31 Tim Mayer - 3rd
WMC 6 N. Idaho Col. 40 Bruce Walden - 3rd
WMC 0 N. Idaho Col. 52 John Love - 3rd
WMC 20 Garden City Kansas 25 Bob Pearce - 3rd
WMC 20 NW Comm. Col. 20 Trapper Invitational
WMC 28 N. Montana Col. 24 Bruce Walden • 2nd
WMC 8 Ricks Col. 28 John Love - 2nd
WMC 28 U. of M. 24 Joe Wells - 3rd
WMC 18 Montana State 24 Calgary Open
WMC 28 N. Montana Col. 25 Bob Pearce - 1st
WMC 26 NW Comm. Col. 21 John Love - 1st Bruce Walden - 3rd
National Javey Gonzales - 126 Bruce Walden - 150
Qualifiers Joe Wells - 177 John Love - 190 Bob Pearce - HwtWhat are you doing after the match?
Sports In “83”
136WMC Rodeo Team
Rene Cloningcr adjusts her rope before roping
Kelly Ryan prepares to team rope
Kent Nordahl in deep thought before his bull ride
Big Sky Region Officers John Seymour - Big Sky Region Faculty Director Rooster Reynolds - Big Sky Region Team Roping Director Kelly Ryan - Big Sky Region Steer Roping Director Nancy Nell - Big Sky Region Goat Tying Director
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Kelly Ryan bulldogging; Rooster Reynolds hazing.Alumni
138Alumni Prevail 12-7
Kneeling from left: John Love. Lisa Baas. I.ccla Woody. Denise Gallc, Chancllc Cooper. Charlotte Moran. Kolenc Brown. Wendy Evans, Kim Tracy, Kelly Lamlcy, Bob Crumley; standing from left: Jeff Ferguson. Steve Lang. John Dunlap. Bcrnic Harcourt. Scott Francis. John English. Tim Roe. Mike Haines, Steve Galley. Jeff Fcrdcrcr. Rich Green, Bill Gallagher. Mark Chalich. Gary Havcrficld. Brent Holder. Cory Johnson. Hayden Watson. Mitch Maki. Monte Wildcy. Jeff Marshall.
Conference title meet winners:
400 relay - I. Western
110 hurdles - 1. Johnson; 3. Marshall
400 meters - 1. Haverfield; 3. Galley
100 meters - 1. Johnson
800 meters • 4. Holder
400 hurdles - 2. Johnson; 4. Ferguson
200 meters - 2. Haverfield; 4. Galley
1500 meters • 4. Watson
10,000 meters - 4. Fcrdcrcr
1500 relay - 1. Western
Shot put - 1. Gallagher; 3. Lang; 4. Maki
High Jump - 1. Green; 2. Haines; 3. Dunlap
Triple jump - I. Haines; 2. Wildcy
Long jump - 2. Haines; 4. Dunlap
Discus - 4. Ferguson
Javelin - 2. Harcourt; 4. Maki
Pole vault - 4. Haines
Frontier ChampionsBrent keeps up with the pack
Grit them teeth, baby!
Haden. Buck) and Kolenc stay warm
Conference title meet winners:
5000 meters - 1. Converse; 3. Clark
400 relay - 1. Western
100 hurdles - 1. Evans
100 meters - 1. Brown; 3. Cooper
200 meters - 1. Brown; 3. Baas
1500 meters - I. Converse
800 medley relay - 1. Western
10,000 meters - 2. Clark
1500 relay - 2. Western
800 meters - I. Moran
400 meters - 1. Baas
400 hurdles - I. Evans; 3. Woody
Javelin - 3. Baas; 4. Gallc
Shot put - 4. Galle
Discus - 1. Brown
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