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WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGEWestern People Western People Make It Happen In Memorium: Roy Evenson With sorrow, the CHINOOK staff dedicates the 1984 CHINOOK to Roy Evenson. Roy was a good friend to Western. leaving, at his death last spring, his considerable estate to the college. A 1948 graduate. Roy renewed his campus contacts just a few years ago after his retirement from the National Park Service. A longstanding disability did not dampen his spirits nor curtail his activities. His interest in young people is now commemorated in the many scholarships in his name. The CHINOOK is especially honored by his generosity. The extra color pages in this edition are possible because of an Evenson grant. The editor receives an Evenson scholarship as does a campus photographer, who is responsible for many CHINOOK pictures. Roy's interest in the book stemmed from his work on it during his college days. Roy enjoyed returning to the campus at graduation time when Associates of the WMC Foundation meet. Below he greets Capt. James Lovell, former astronaut, who was the 1983 commencement speaker. Western's students for many generations to come will be the beneficiaries of Roy's interest in young people. We will miss him. but we are glad he passed our way and stopped at Western, both as a student and as a friend and benefactor. Freshman Orientation 41) Sheryl Breipohl-"l know I've been in this situation before.” 2) Lisa Greany. Jennifer Burger-"Another one of those lazy days!" 3) "Where do we go from here?" 4) Doug Crosby-"Where’re your hat and glasses?" 5) Bryan Morgan, Matt Anderson. John Amestoy. Shawn Holmes. Doug Fraley-"Watch out. playgirl. here we come!" 6) Dianne Ansley. Sherri Smith. Kip French. Dean Herreid-"Getting to know each other." 7) Janis Fullenwider-"Boy. I could use an ice cold beer." 3) "Yes. the dreaded closed classes." 9) Dedicated Orientation Group Leader.Homecoming Festivities After the decision was made for this year’s theme-Bulldog Maniahomecoming excitement began. Clubs and classes began preparing their floats; homecoming king and queen candidates were chosen to represent the various organizations on campus. D-day. October 29. came quickly. The day began with a parade at 10 a.m. Miss Blanche McManus. Associate Professor Emeritus, was the Marshall. An award of $100 went to the Soar Club float for first in the club division and to the Sophomore Class for first in the class division. At 1:30 the Bulldogs took on the Rocky Mountain Bears, beating them by a score of 35-14. During the halftime ceremonies. Amber Mapston and John Love were crowned Homecoming King and Queen. Runners-up were Debra Pearson and Rich Green. The day ended with the Homecoming dance at the Elks Club.Chills and Thrills of Homecoming 1) Mike O’Hara fires a pass as the 8ear defenders close in. 2) Larry Hurt looks for an opening after catching a Neil Bjorn-stad pass. 3) Bob Kilmer and Anita Dengel look over their competition. 4) Jerry Richard, riding atop the IA club float, makes a prediction for the upcoming Bulldog-Bear clash. 5) Penny Haynie cheers on the mighty Bulldogs. 86) Richard Miller congratulates Trent Larson for a good offensive series. 7) The winning class float - the sophomores want to ruff 'em up. 8) The offensive line gets ready to make its surge. 9) Western fans Kim Hansen. Leslie Dippold. Kim Cherry. Ann Graves, and Eileen Lane "shade" their eyes and cheer on the Oawgs 91) Paullette Miller not sure who the Bulldogs are playing. 2) Homecoming candidates, left to right: Row 1-Lesley Pagett. Gmny Davis. Katie Campbell. Paullette Miller. Amber Mapston. Carrie Cloninger. Lisa Blasko-vich. Row 2-Rich Green. Lee Es-lick. Lonnie Collmsworth. Doug Fraley. John Love. Larry Hurt. Not pictured- Pat Cheff. Debra Pearson. Sib Malee. Brenda Beck. Rene Cloninger. 3) Jeff Scott asking Tim Sperber what he was doing after the game. 4) Mitch Maki telling another joke of which he was the only one that apparently got it. 5) Larry Hurt hoping he is heading m the right direction. 6) Dan Sampson praying for his life. 10 7) Terry LeProwse racing to the end zone for a Michelob light.Spikers Capture First Trophy First row: Janis Fullenwider. Michelle Kelley. Coach Shannon Morse. Debra Sather. Ginny Davis; Second row: Sarah Webster. Cindy Bennett. Pam Gordon. Diana Peoples. Jonel Smith. (Not pictured: Sara Okleasik) 1) Jonel puts the ball in play. 2) Michelle (15) sets to the front line while Jonel looks on. 3) Jams (3) puts a block on her opponent's spike. 4) Ginny (11) and Jonel discuss strategy. 5) Ginny. Janis and Jonel await the serve. 12Western's volleyball team, in the process of rebuilding, accomplished something that no previous WMC volleyball team has been able to do. The lady spikers. sporting one senior, two juniors, and seven freshmen. captured a fourth place trophy at the Northwest Community College Invitational tournament. Coach Shannon Morse is looking forward to even better things next year as Jonel Smith and Pam Gordon will be returning with experience and leadership to pilot the team. Also adding to the team will be two redshirts by injury: Sarah Webster and Sara Okleasik. Coach Morse said she is also working hard to recruit junior college transfers for some more depth off the bench. 13SENIORS ttTTL flPBELL I Brenda Beck - Clyde. NC Kim Duke Bennett - Helena Robin Bogue - Anaconda Katie Campbell - Butte Tim Bennett - Deer Lodge Mark Berg - Butte Rhonda Campbell - Denton 15WHO’S WHO Honors Fifteen WMC Students Jane Briney of Denton is a Physical Education major with an emphasis in Athletic Coaching. She is also an English major and a history minor. She played two years of varsity basketball and has been involved in intramurals all four years. Jane was a member of Spurs and Kappa Delta Pi. for which she served as historian. She was also a member of Kappa Zeta Nu and was a peer group advisor. Jane received a Booster Club Scholarship and the Western Women's Scholarship in 1983. Katie Campbell of Butte is majoring in Human Resource Management with an emphasis in Institutional Study. She has been an active member of the Activities Board for three years and a member of the Student Senate. Katie has been a cheerleader. Homecoming queen candidate, and a WESCOLITE photographer and ad salesperson. She was also involved in intramurals and served as an Orientation and Outdoor Wilderness Experience leader. Rhonda Campbell of Coffee Creek is majoring in Physical Education with an emphasis in coaching. She is also a Business Education major. She had been involved in KDP. KZN and "Western Spirits." an organization headed by Dr. Thomas to serve as hostesses for various events. As a member of Spurs, she received recognition for Spur of the Month and Spur of the Semester. Rhonda participated in varsity basketball for one year, intramurals, and IVCF. She was a Resident Assistant and has received Dean’s List recognition. 16Mona Fisher of Conrad is majoring in Elementary Education and minoring in Reading. She has participated in intramural football, volleyball, and softball. An active member of KDP. Mona is a delegate to the 1984 Convocation in Montreal. She has also served as KDP secretary. Mona was the recipient of the Heisey Award and an academic scholarship. She is the mother of three sons and actively participates as a Den Leader for Cub Scout Pack 62. Jeff Ferderer of Great Falls is a Physical Education major with a minor in English. He has been very active in track and cross country at Western. participating in three marathons, and helping to organize the 1983 Centennial Cup Run. In 1982 and 1983. Jeff placed fourth in the Frontier Conference in the 10.000 m run and also fifth in the 5.000 m run in 1982. He coached track at Parkview Jr. High in Dillon and Sr. League Baseball in Great Falls where he was designated "Westside All Star Coach.” In the fall of 1982. Jeff toured Europe on a bicycle. Jeff was KDP Vice President in 1982-83 and President in 1983-84. In 1980. he was the recipient of a WMC Foundation Scholarship. Jeff is also the proud father of two daughters—Jennifer. 6. and Tiffany. 4. Lonnie Collinsworth is an Art and History major from Deer Lodge. He served as Student Senate Vice President in 1983-84. He has been an active member of KDP and the Activities Board. Lonnie has been on the Dean's List, was a Homecoming king candidate. has played on many championship intramural teams, and has served as a student manager for On Campus Living. JoAnn Eslick of Bigfork is an Elementary Education major with an English minor. She has been an active member as well as vice president of the Gargoyles. She has also played numerous roles, including leading roles, in WMC drama productions. JoAnn was a member of the Student Senate and has done exceptional work raising money for the Alumni Association in their annual phon-athon. JoAnn also served on recent search committees for drama and music professors at Western. 17Tim Casey Butte Lonnie Collinsworth - Deer Ginny Davis - Livingston Susanna Clark - Dillon Lodge Barbara Bissell Eslick - Dillon , David Dean - White Sulphur Julie Eby - Sheridan Springs 18Jo Ann Eslick - Bigfork Lee Eslick - Bigfork Jeff Ferderer - Great Falls Mona Fisher - Conrad Susan Grayson - Dillon 19I Yvonne M. (Wenger) Hull of Dillon attended Western in 1955 and received a teaching certificate. She re-enrolled in 1981 to acquire a major in Elementary Education. Married to Frank E. Hull, also a Western graduate, she has been an active member of the Dillon community while raising six children. Some of her activities include treasurer of the Shakespeare Club and advisor for Beaverhead County High School Title I program. She received a Special Service Award from the Dillon Jay-ceens. Her humanitarian activities include assistance in rehabilitating the handicapped. Addie Haugen, a junior from Missoula, is an Elementary Education major with a minor in English. She is involved in campus drama productions. Activities Board, and KZN. Addie has been active in MHA. band. Dillon’s community theatre and orchestra. She has received the Cobb Foundation and AAUW Scholarships. A r i f i I V V Marcia Oursland of Somer is a Business Education major with an emphasis on computers. She was a member of IVCF and was treasurer for two years. She was also a member of SPURS and was involved in various intramural sports. Marcia was a member of the Western Spirit for two years and on the honor roll throughout her college career. She has received the Alumni and Western Women Scholarships. Lesley Pagett of Seeley Lake is a Business Education major and a Physical Education minor. She has been involved in varsity track and intramurals. Lesley has been an active member of SPURS. Student Senate and Can-tabiliers. She is a member of KDP and her name appears on the Dean’s list. She has received numerous scholarships while attending Western. including WMC Booster Club. Business Scholarship, and Delta Kappa Gamma. 20Not Pictured: Mary Puccinelli Rivers of Anaconda is majoring in Physical Education with an emphasis in Sports Medicine and a minor in Biological Science. Mary is currently a member of the Montana Athletic Trainers' Association. Her campus activities include KDP. KZN. and intramurals. Mary was a member of the women's basketball team and has been on the Dean's list for four years. She has been Vice President of the WMC Athletic Trainers' Association. Mary has received scholarships from the WMC Foundation. AAUW. and the Cobb Foundation. Kip Ryan of Columbia Falls is a Physical Education major with an emphasis in Athletic Coaching and a minor in Biology. He has played varsity football for four years and served as team captain his senior year. Kip was also active in intramural sports. He is a member of KDP. served as a Resident Assistant for two years and was Homecoming King his sophomore year. He was a recipient of the Robert Puhek Scholarship. Alora Stepan of Butte is a double major in Art and Elementary Education. While attending Western, she has served two terms as an ASWMC Senator. In 1983, she received the Terry Watters Leadership Scholarship for her service to the Senate. She has also received a Western Foods Scholarship and a scholarship from the Butte-Silver Bow chapter of DAR. Alora has been active in MHA. KDP. has served on the CHINOOK staff, and was a Resident Assistant. She has also served as a freshman Peer Advisor and has been on the Dean’s List each semester. Alora has done numerous art projects for WMC. such as illustrating the Montana Rural Education Library Manual. She was the winner of WMC's 1983 Christmas card contest and has been a two-year recipient of a Mary Baker Emerick Art Scholarship. Jackie Vuckovich of Anaconda is a Physical Education major with an emphasis in Sports Medicine and a minor in Business. She was president of the WMC Athletic Trainers' Association and also of Kappa Delta Pi. She has been active in Kappa Zeta Nu and participated in intramural volleyball, basketball, softball, and flag football. Jackie received a Kappa Delta Pi scholarship and was on the Dean's List. She is currently a member of the Beaverhead Ambulance Service. 2122 Daniel High - Twin Bridges Sherry Jolley - Butte Kelly Holtz - Sunburst Bob Kilmer - Butte Linda Jenewein - Helena Bruce Knutson - DillonChris Leary - Sidney Monte Lynnes - Dillon Roger Merritt - Hot Springs Pete Loch - Dutton Audrey Maurer - Sheridan Shannon Morse - Hansen, ID Lyle Longhurst, Cameron. ID Jerry Mee - Libby Stephen Mullen - Anaconda 230 2Q-Q(fl 241) John De Barber "Me and My 10" 2) Aimee Frenette "Don't you Dare!" 3) Sheryl Sutherland "Robbie. Robbie, where-for art thou?” 4) Carolyn Wilder "I think I am in trouble!" 5) Dirk Peacock "Risky Business" 6) 1984 "Bathing Beauty Winners!" 7) Brad Daum "The Beer Effects!” 8) John and Scott "Nice Leggs" 9) Julie Eby "Say What ?" 10) Sib Malee and Sharon Brand "What a duo!” 11) Lelie Dippold "Is this the Super 8 motel?" 12) Mrs. Hawkins "Farrah, here I come .. 13) Judi Allen "The Jer-mack Difference” 14) Ann Hawk "Remember When?" 15) Bev Dahl "The racquet ball queen of the 80s" 2526 Kevin Murphy - Charlo Teri Olson - Butte Lesley Pagett - Seeley Lake Mike Nies - Ennis Elise Otten - Bigfork Joe Olson - Geyser Marsha Oursland - KalispellLee Pelletier - Kevin Dave Peterson - Prescott, AZ Marti Pearce - Helena Janette Peterson - Leadore. ID Tim Roe - Glendive Laura Raykowski - Missoula Linda Shade Kalispell 27 Rodeo Club Rides Hard WMC’s NIRA rodeo competition, held at the Beaverhead County Fairgrounds in October, provided Dillon fans with two days of great rodeo fun. Western's men were paced by Brad Burns. Shawn Gleason. Rooster Reynolds and Judd McAfee. Brad and Shawn took third place in steer wrestling and calf roping, respectively. while Rooster and Judd captured first place in the team roping event. The woman’s team was led to a third place finish by Chris Melaney. who nabbed third in breakaway roping, second in barrel racing, and third in the woman’s all-around. The Western-hosted rodeo was the only Fall rodeo for the club, which also competed in nine Spring rodeos held across the state.1) Chris Melaney guides her horse around the first barrel. 2) Michael Charette gets ready for his bronc ride. 3) Judd goes for the heels in team roping, while 4) Rooster does the headin'. 5) Western fans kept warm in a variety of ways, including keeping their eyes glued to the "hot" action in the arena. 6) Rooster and Shawn Gleason discuss strategy. 7) Rodeo Club - First row: Jud McAfee. Chris Melaney. Rene Clonmger. Amber Mapston. Sandy Jo Ray. Deb Kinney: Second row: Advisor John Seymour. Brad Burns. Rick Johnson. Kent Nordahl. Jim Lubke. Rooster Reynolds. Brad Gleason. Ken Evans. Michael Charette. Jodie Burklund: Third row: John Charette. » This page sponsored by Johnson SaddleryBarry Smith - Dillon Neil Snyder - Choteau Tami Shiplet - Clyde Park Jackie Vuckovich - Anaconda Kim Stotts • Columbia Falls Judy Wertz - Clyde Park 30Cody Larson - Dillon Ethel Longhurst - Carmen. ID Sheryl Breipohl - Saco Corrine Killoy - Butte Karen Martinez - ButteHONORS GALORE AND MONEY, TOO 1) Roy Evenson Grants: Ed Hiestand. Mark Sorenson. Sharon Brand. Chris 8umgarner. Ethel Hawkins, not pict. Tim Bennett. 2) AAUW: Julie Burgstrom. Blanche McManus. Addie Haugen. 3) Russ Evans Memorial: Jeff Skelton. 4) Heisey Found.: Mona Fisher. 5) Western Women: Jane Briney. 6) Mary Baker Emerick Art: Eileen Lane. Deb Buckley. Adam Clagett. John Hirst. Lisa Greany. Jim Corr.1) Rodeo Club: Rene Cloninger. Deb Kinney. Chris Melaney. John Seymour. 2) Emerick Art: Diana Babcock. Dirk Peacock. Alora Stepan. Elise Otten. L. Carl-strom. D. Mandeville. 3) Joe C. Ryburn Memorial: Kathy Murray. Robert Puhek Memorial: Kip Ryan. Ed Cebull. 4) American Legion: V. Hurt. Deb Sather. 5) Jane Buttrey Memorial Trust: Janice Muller. Janet Gentry, not pict. Diana Peoples. 6) WMC Alumni: Julie Stubbs. Joe Tysel. JoAnn Eslick. Ann Graves. Dean Colvin. George Nelson. 7) WMC Band: Lana Evans. Kevin Arthur. Ben Williams. Mike Housel. Dr. Beier. 8) Howard Smith Memorial: Geoff Smith. 9) Judy Focher Memorial: (Soroptimist): Lindi Cearly. Leta Grogan. 10) Emerick Art: Darlene Ware. Chris Ward. 11) Hancock-Emerick Art Award: Roger Jensen. Dr. Thomas.341) WMC Foundation: R. Strong. R. Miller. M. Copenhaver. M. Ferguson. 2) Monger Memorial: l. Pagett 3) Rotary: D. Hayes 4) WMC Foundation: D. Ansley. Booster Club: R. Gerringa. D. Swift 5) Montana Power: D. May 6) Flanagan Memorial: G. Sieler 7) Bender Memorial: M. Mikkola. LaLonde Memorial: J. Ferguson 8) WMC Foundation: J. Bieler 9) Osborne Memorial: G. Miller 10) Bierrum Memorial. J. Dunlap. Cantrell Memorial: J. DeBarber 11) WMC Alumni: D. High 12) Western Food Service: K. French 13) WMC Foundation: E Plutt. S. Olson. J. Larson. D. Vesco. K. Olson 14) Alpha Delta Kappa and Piazzola Memorial: S. Johnson 15) WMC Booster: T. Gray. T. Sawyer. S. Smith. D. Potter 16) Chippewa Cree Tribe Education: V. St. Pierre Charles Bair Trust: R. Brunckhorst 17) Henry D. Washburn History Award: M. Shackleton 18) Jim Spehar Memorial: P. Odegard 19) KDP: C Hayes 20) Chance: H. Games 21) Maier Miller Memorial: C. Cooper. G. Haverfield 35They Run the Joint 1) Your move. 2) Reach out and touch someone. 3) You won't carry my books? 4) Typical English department organization. 5) I don't think so. 6) I know the answer. 7) Notice Otis. 8) Typical dorm room organization. 361) Or. Robert Thomas. President 2) Dr. Evelyn Hively. Vice Pres, for Academic Affairs 3) Mr. Ralph Kroon. Director of Rural Education 4) Mrs. Trish Hally. Counselor 5) Dr. Alan Zetler. Dean of Education 6) Dr. Lee Spuhler. Dean of Continuing Education 37 1) Steve Sikes. Karin Throckmortan. Dorothy Seymour. Francis Fields. Glen Leavitt. Betty Barnes. Arietta Howard-Busmess Office J Larry Hickether-Registrar 3) Larry Link-Financial Aid Director 4) Craig Vanhoutan-Business Office 5) Donna Rouse. Vickie Lansin Secretaries in the President's Office 6) Betty Hanson-Registrars Office 7) Jeannette Rector-Registrars Office 8) Mark Young. Kary Contway-Development Office (director and secretary) 381) Marge Montrose, Liz Sirio. Cheryl Knickerbocker. Clairce Koby- Support Services Staff 2) Linda Lucero- Secretary to Education 3) George Nelson Alumni Association 4) Charles Staffer Information 5) Dick Mandeville Associate Dean of Students 6) Essie Later- Secretary to OCL 7) Gayle Gransbery Nurse 8) Cathi Love- Secretary for Associate Dean of Students 9) Sue Jones- Secretary for Education 391) Dave Kendall-Physical Education 2) Becky Kendall-Swimming Pool Coordinator 3) Bonnie Sheritt-Physical Education 4) Rick Shoemaker-Football Coach 5) Rick Wells-Football Coach 6) Dr. Niles Humphrey-Athletic Director 7) Don Christensen-Head Football Coach 8) Mr. Stephenson-Football Coach i i 40 V , I I 1) George Lotts Athletics 2) Dona Wallace Physical Education 3) George Marmkovich Intramurals 4) Jim Hemesath. Joe Olson. Susan Moore-Library 5) Ed Bird. Bonnie Kipp-Cafeteria 6) Norm Banks-Custodial 7) Al Clouner-Custodial 8) Clarice Walters-Campus 8ookstore Manager b- 4142 1) John Scheckter English 2) Ethel Hawkins English 3) Lawrence Leith English 4) Dr. John Garry Business 5) Keith Gosnell English 6) Joan Gordan English 7) Dine Kennedy Business 8) Thom Gamble Drama 9) Dee Carastia Business Uj V1) Dr. Rex Myers- History Social Science 2) Jerold Hilton- History Social Science 3) Dr. Frank Busch- History Social Science 4) Dr. Eloise Snavely- Education 5) Sylvester Lahren- Education 6) Dr. Robert Newlon Education 7) Dr. William O'Connor- Social Science 431) Henry Stish Science 2) John Hammond Computer Center 3) Dr. Terrance Cypher Otis Thompson-Math 4) Dr. Kenneth Bandelier Biological Science 5) Dr. Joseph Kennedy Biological Science 6) Dr. Daniel Block -Biological Science. 7) Jerry Cearney - Science. 8) Dr. Keith Parker Science1) James Corr - Art. 2) Barney Brienza - Art 3) Dave Beier - Music. 4) Clayborn Anders -Industrial Arts. 5) Donald Walters - Art 6) Daniel Scott - Industrial Arts 7) Jim Oriet - Men’s Head Resident 8) Maureen Mclnnis - Women's Head Resident 9) Brian Dailey - Auxilary Activities Director 45 LLkiHBiJuniorsTodd Ackerman - Sidney Dianna Babock -Sheridan Craig Barringer Darby Jean Bergeson - Dillon Ken Bergum - Winifred Ruth Bieber - Whitehall Dave Borjas - Dillon Sharon Brand - Oakdale. Wl Dennis Brock - Darby Mark Chalick - Spokane. WA Carolee Christianson -Butte Chanelle Cooper - Willow Creek 47Darrell Cross - Butte Bob Crumley - Kalispell Debbie Dean - Fairfield Robin Dean - White Sulphur Springs Roberta Delong - Helena Lana Drake - Dillon Cindy Farmer - Superior Jeff Ferguson - Fort Benton Chris Fox - Sheridan rfnCH°v.tt LanCiS ' Be|grade Cindy Fuhrmann - Billings Melody Fuller - BoulderNew addition to the junior class-Laurie Markovich Corrina Garman - Conrad Mike Haines - Seeley Lake Carmaine Hayes - Sand Coulee Kelly Hayes - Stockett Scott Hoffman - Great Falls Susan Iverson -Metlakatla. AK Shelly Jenkins - Darby Peggy Johnson - Dillon Holly Lott - Twin Bridges Shelly Maddux - Whitefish 49Molly Malone - Brady Sheila McGee - Butte David Mclean - Libby Tammy Miller - Dillon Brent Moore - Big Fork Alan Olaveson - Rigby. ID Shane Patrick - Eureka Deb Pearson - Butte Julie Pierce Glendive Fred Redfield - Twin Bridges Rooster Renyolds - Twin Bridges Jerry Richards - Vida 50Ray Salmela - Alberton Jeff Scott Wallace. ID Chris Silzley - Butte Geoff Smith - Dillon Jonel Smith • Jackson Hole. WY Tony Smith - Columbia Falls Kim Spackman -Whitehall Claudia Starkey - Libby Alora Stepan - Butte Sheryl Sutherland • Fairfield Glen Visser - Harrison Kim Woody - Butte 51SophomoresLeif Amundson - Dillon Lisa Baas - Troy Anne Babson - Ipswich. MA Sandy Baker - Dillon Valorie Bauman - Deer Lodge Ron Beck - Dillon Dena Becker - Lima Wilma Bennett - Helena Brian Bjorklund - Cut Bank Mike Blair - White Sulphur Springs Lisa Blaskovich -Anaconda Chris Bumgarner - Divide 53Brad Burns - Helena Jenny Butorovich - Warm Springs Chuck Buus - Whitehall Kim Cherry - Lima Ginny Corr - Dillon Lorrie DeYott - Deer Lodge Kent Depner - Choteau Leslie Dippold - Deer Lodge Dawn Dupea - White Sulphur Springs Ken Evans Helena Barb Farmer - utte Debra Flynn - Divide inTTAI 54 Stephen French -Contoocook. NH Bruce Gordon - Big Fork Ann Graves • Eureka Barb Green - Anaconda Kevin Hancock - Dillon Jeff Harada - Wolf Point Brian Hayes - Stockett Penny Haynie - Grass Range Karen Henke • Anaconda Kerrie Holmes - Hamilton Kevin Howard - Kalispell Steve Howery - Dillon 55Shannon Johnson -Missoula Chris Jungers - Seeley Lake Kirby Kauk - Brady Eileen Lane - Dillon Lance Loving - Fort Benton Jim Lubke - Anaconda Susan Martinez - Butte Tim Mayer - Arlee Darla McCutchen -Livingston Clint McRae - Forsyth Dave Meier - Dillon Paullette Miller - Deer Lodge 56) Charlotte Moran -Superior Kathy Murray - Dillon Diana Noble - Grass Range Kent Nordahl - Helena Mary O'Brien - Florence Margie O'Connor - Butte Dirk Peacock - Hamilton Tony Petrilli - Choteau Tami Pittman - Glen Mick Pool - Livingston Robbie Powell - West Yellowstone Leisa Radley - Helena 57Shelly Rankin - Dillon Pam Ross - Dillon Kathleen Roth -Birmingham. AL Linda St. Clair - East Helena Voyd St. Pierre - Box Elder Dan Sampson - Kalispell Kelly Samson Boulder Theresa Schladweiler -Ryegate Terry Snipes - Great Falls Ken Swanger Choteau Joe Tysel - Dillon Charlie Vallejos - Three Forks 58Dan Vaneck - Rathdrum. ID Mary Vuckovich -Anaconda Sherry Walker - Ennis Bob Weatherston - Dillon Lou Rae Weber - Twin Bridges Scott Wildung - Winifred Mary Ann Wilke - Dillon Kent Wright - Augusta 59Freshman r r c? "I x rKr O, ' WaZXT tfzrK CoP )k er $tf M'lT = y yt wb'yr y%- M r IV' V» DorvwvN y j _ e ft „.J1 % V «;'j . V L DoJ f dcrt K ywJudy Allen - Helena Jamie Anderson - Three Forks Matt Anderson - Augusta Dianne Ansley - Three Forks Rhea Armstrong -Cardwell Kevin Arthur - Round Up Jule Ballantyne - Ashland Shelly Barnes - Boulder Tom Belnap - Valier Cindy Bennett - Helena Nadine Berg - Palmer. AK Richard Berger - Victor. ID 61Todd Berget Libby Pat Bertagnolli • Three Forks Tracy Bertram -Brentwood. NH Jean Bieler - Sheridan Charles Bright - Black Eagle Terri Brown - Whitehall Gerold Brunckhorst -White Sulphur Springs Jodie Burklund Frenchtown Beth Butcher - Glendive Lori Carter - Belgrade Rayann Casey - Sheridan Michael Charette - Busby 62Mike Christian - Great Falls Jo Collins - Philipsburg Bob Cooley - Victor Mark Copenhaver • Rudyard Camelle Cornia - Dell Beth Cracknell -Alexandria. VA Doug Crosby - Deerlodge John DeBarber -Hamilton Mary Denny - Choteau Lana Evans - Dillon Shawn Ewing - Sheridan. WY Marta Ferguson - Fort Benton 63Darla Forbes - Avon Doug Fraley - Big Fork Kip French - Salmon. ID Aimee Frenette - Tupper Lake. NY Scott Friede - Chinook Janis Fullenwider - Gillete. WY Julie Gagnon - Whitehall Kimberlee Graham -Beaverton. OR Tim Gray - Missoula Kim Hansen - Belt Andrea Hauick - Twin Bridges Dave Hecker - Three Forks 64Dean Herreid - Libby Shawn Holmes Seeley Lake Michael Housel Philipsburg Scott Isle - Wolf Point Martin James - Mackay. ID Robbie Johnson -Fairfield Ron Johnson - Jefferson City Debbie Johnson - Helena Sheryl Johnson - Dillon AnnaMarie Kane Seattle. WA Michelle Kelley - Gillete. WY Laura Killam - Libby 65Deb Kinney - Stevensville Nadene Knapp - Hot Springs Tom Krause - Butte Carl Kujawa - Libby Shawn LaBaugh -Choteau John Larson - Conrad Mike Laur - McCall, ID Eric Lengsdorf - Whitefish Brad Maddox - Twin Bridges Sib Malee - Anaconda Amber Mapston - Arlee Jeff Martinsen - Choteau 66.fctCft Steve Matteson - Darby Ken McKinnon - Wallace. Id Jud McAfee • White Sulphur Springs Gabe McQuillan - Butte Melvin Mikkola - Roberts Gail Miller - Butte Ria Miller - Dillon Jim Molek - Buxton Kristy Monahan - Butte Frank Moreni - Anaconda Bryon Morgan - Augusta Janice Muller - Rudyard 67Sara Okleasik - Nome. AK Susan Olson - Lima Karey Olson - Anaconda i Randy Opheim - Sun River Jeanie Parker - Columbia Falls Billie Jo Parsons -Sheridan Connie Petrovich -Anaconda Sean Phillips - Medimont. ID Ernie Plutt - Dillon Dave Polette • Bozeman Delona Potter - Dillon Lisa Price - Judith Gap 68Donna Rangitsch -Philipsburg Tom Ratkovich -Roundup Kevin Rice - Jerome. ID John Risher - Twin Bridges Maria Rivera - Corvallis Margaret Rose - Cascade John Sain - Darby Deb Sather - Libby Tracy Sawyer - Dillon Gail Sieler - Eureka Elaine Simonsen - Twin Bridges Kevin Smith - Wolf Point 69Sherri Smith - Three Forks Tracy Smith - Libby Spike Sewell - Deer Lodge Barb Solf - Winnett Scott Stewart - Great Falls Greg Stanich - Butte Mark Stinchfield - Helena Julie Stubbs - Dillon Deanna Swift - Plaines Dee Dee Synness -Helena Jackie Taggart - Fort Benton Doug Taylor - Leadore. ID 70Dean Vesco • Sheridan Darlene Ware - Deer Lodge Jay Wartnow - Whitefish David Wegner - Bridger Paula Wieferich - Twin Bridges Carolyn Wilder -Anaconda Todd Wiley - Bozeman Ellen William - Whitefish 71Bud - Lite Days Fall Semester ■ Spring Semester 721) Dave Hecker Paula Wieferich Jennifer Burger Clint Love Kip French “Confused or What” 2) Laurie Kaario's batting stance 3) Shelly Jenkins- ”Ya' gotta get tough!” 4) Rhea Armstrong- “Are you kidding" 5) Maureen Mclnnis What Muscle 6) Lisa Baas. Tim Mayer-going for the gold (but not getting it) 7) Let’s all get it! 2nd Main and 4th Clark take the overall competition. 731) Chris Jungers. 2) Jim Oriet. 3) Sharon Brand. 4) Kelly Hayes. 5) Marta Ferguson. 6) Randy Opheim. 7) Mike O'Hara 8) Trevor Jackson. 9) Barb Oriet. 10) Jean Bieler. 11) John Dunlap. 12) Frank Moreni, Scott Friede. Pat Bertagnolli. Clint Love. 13) Laurie Markovich. 14) Rhonda Campbell. 15) Diana Nobel. 16) Doug Taylor. 17) Jo Collins 18) Michelle Kelley. Sara Okleasik. Jams Fullenwider. Lisa Baas. These are just a few of the people which participate in the intramural program. Intramurals are set up for fun and they provide good exercise. George Marmkovich. coordinator of the program, encourages everyone to participate. G E T I N V 0 L V E D76 This Page sponsored by YC Super TeeUncle George Wants You! 1) Deanna Swift. Diana Noble 2) Sherri Smith 3) Kim Stotts 4) Susan Iverson 5) Karey Olson 6) Jane Briney 7) Rhonda Campbell 8) Arlene Williams 9) Steve Matteson 10) Craig Lunde 11) Beth Butcher 12) Bert Lower 13) Molly Malone 14) Todd Berget 15) Cindy Farmer 16) Val Ericson 17) Jim Schuler 18) Jenny Burger 19) Shelly Jenkins 20) Molly Malone 21) Eric Landis 22) George Marinko-vich 23) Steve Matteson 24) Deb Dean 25) Judy Allen 26) Michelle KelleyDawgs Finish Second Front row. from left: Ken McKinnon. Rick Flotketter. Jerry Langreder. Greg Suek. Shawn Holmes. Ron Kenney. Doug Taylor. Kirby Kauk. Steve Mann. John Dunlap. Duane Eamon. Steve Lang. Dave Polette. Jim Bergene. Wally Esterby. Bill Gallagher, and John Amestoy. Second row: Neil Bjornstad. Mike O'Hara. Tony Petrilli. Eric Endy. Terry LeProwse. Dave Wegner. Todd Ackerman. Don DeTonacour. Steve Graves. Jeff Scott. Dan Vanek. Tim Sperber. Mary James. Kirby Bright. Mike Gagner. and Larry Hurt. Third row: Doug Barth. Steve Matteson. Mark Munoz. Frank Wormington. Tim Young. Sean Phillips. Ken Swanger. Virgil Hurt. John Love. Guy Melby. Jim Noffsinger. Roger Merritt. Greg Reynard. Richard Evans. Doug Fraley. Ken Graham, and Rich Hawkins. Fourth row. Kevin Rice. Mark Murray. Cliff Mayes. Bernie Harcourt. Matt Molyneaux. Shawn Ewing. Chris Ward. Trent Larson. Kip Ryan. RonSabado. Mitch Maki. Dewain Genus. Richard Miller. Rich Whitmore. Dan Sampson, and Jeff Roberts. Fifth row: Steve Munford. Steve Galley. Clinton Love. Joe Buck. Denny Chadwick. Neil Brunett. Ron Barlow. Joe Tysel. Mike Laur. John Sain. Bryan Morgan. Kevin Smith. Matt Anderson. Craig Lunde. Shawn Carder, and Tom Greenwood. 1) Steve Galley boots the extra point over the outstretched hands of Carroll defenders Steve Adley (25) and Pat Shalz (32). 2) Safety John Dunlap breaks up a pass intended for Saint J.R. Atwood. 3) Coach Christensen talks strategy. 4) The referees reach a verdict. 5) Mike O'Hara fakes the hand-off to fullback Terry LeProwse. WMC 10 S. Utah State 42 WMC 13 Mesa College 34 WMC 34 Ricks College 35 WMC 20 Rocky Mountain 15 WMC 7 Montana Tech 37 WMC 30 Carroll College 7 WMC 9 Minot State College 34 WMC 8 Carroll College 17 WMC 35 Rocky Mountain 14 WMC 32 Montana Tech 34 ALL CONFERENCE PICKS FIRST TEAM John Dunlap - Safety Greg Raynard - Defensive Tackle Guy Melby - Outside Linebacker Neil Bjornstad - Quarterback Steve Galley - Wide Receiver Mitch Maki - Offensive Tackle SECOND TEAM Trent Larson - Center John Love • Defensive Tackle Duane Eamon - Linebacker Ken Swanger - SafetyWestern’s football team, finishing conference play with a 3-3 mark, placed second behind 6-0 Montana Tech. Coach Don Christensen's squad had an up and down season, including a tough road loss to Ricks College. 35-34. and an impressive Homecoming victory over Rocky Mountain. 35-14. The Dawgs finished the season by putting a scare into Tech, which was ranked 11th in the NAIA Division II poll at the time. Tech pulled out the win. 34-32. with a last second field goal. The Bulldogs were paced by ten all-conference selections including Neil Bjornstad at quarterback and Steve Galley at wide receiver. who together broke 21 school records.If Looks Could Kill 801) Karen Henke 2) Dave Meier 3) Ginny Corr 4) Lisa Baas 5) Brent Moore 6) Leela Woody. Kim Tracy Happiness is possible only when one is busy. The body must toil, the mind must be occupied, and the heart must be satisfied. Those who do good as opportunity offers are sowing seed all the time, and they need not doubt the harvest. Jo Petty mmWMC Theatre Presents: ANTIGONE Jean Anouilh's ANTIGONE. WMC's fall theatre production, is a World War II revival of the ancient Greek story about a young girl who dies for her convictions. An experimental production with both cast and audience on the stage. ANTIGONE was a unique theatrical experience under the direction of Dr. Thomas Gambill. Pictures: 1) Dirk Peacock. Chris McLaren. Camelle Corma. 2) Rex Myers. Tom Gambill. Addie Haugen. 3) The cast-front row: Camelle Corma. Kathy Murray. Chris McLaren. Kim Woody. Back row: Chris Perrone. Linda St. Clair. Rex Myers. John DeBarber. Tom Gambill. Addie Haugen. Dirk Peacock. 4) Addie Haugen. Camelle Corma. 82PLAZA SUITE PLAZA SUITE. Neil Simon's award-winning comedy, was WMC's popular spring play under the direction of Dr. Thomas Gambill. The cast, blending collegiate veterans and newcomers. portrayed three contemporary relationships. Proceeds from this play were used to upgrade the small auditorium, where the play was staged, in order to preserve this historical theatre. Pictures: 5) Fred Redfield. Addie Haugen. Kim Woody. Susan Iverson. Dan Vanek: seated-Ca-melle Cornia. John DeBarber. 6) Kim looking worried. 7) Fred. Susan. Addie and Dan conspiring. 8) Camelle and John canoodling. 83Trial by Jury TRIAL BY JURY. A Gilbert and Sullivan one-act operetta, was a class exercise staged by Mr. Richard Sietsema's music students. This comic production revolves around a breach of promise suit brought by a beautiful young girl against her faithless lover. All ends happily when the judge resolves the case by marrying the girl. The learned Judge- David Begin The Plaintiff. Angelina- Julie Stubbs The Defendance. Edwin- Mike Housel Counsel for the Plaintiff- Dirk Peacock Usher- Greg Sietsema Foreman of the Jury- Steve Mullen Bridesmaids- Elaine Simonson and Sheryl Johnson Gentlemen of the Jury- Lyle Longhurst. Scott Smith. Doug Hayes Public- Jackquie Taggert. Debbie Smith. Wanda Fries Accompanists- Garmaine Hayes and Terri Brown 8485Who Was Ed Cebull? Edward A. Cebull. Professor Emeritus of English, died October 9. 1983. Mr. Cebull was known as Mr. Western because of his 23 years of service to WMC and because he was a most loved and respected teacher and campus personality. A native of Klein. Cebull completed a BE degree at Western in 3 years in 1940. He taught seven years as assistant professor of English at Univ. of Idaho before joining Western's English department of which he was head for many years. In 1970 he was appointed by the United Nations' Institute of International Education to a summer of study at the Univ. of Edinburgh. Scotland, researching the literature of that country. His devotion to WMC was reflected through faithful service to the WMC Alumni Assoc. On his retirement in 1981. he was honored by the college and community in a ceremony entitled "A Tribute to Ed Cebull." We will all miss Mr. Cebull and are sorry for the students who can never have English 101 from him and who will never hear his resonant voice booming out spelling words in Main Hall. Western is the richer for having had him. 87Those Everyday Western Smiles! I 1) Pat Bertagnolli- "A smile of distress” 2) Julie Gagnon- “Flashy freshman smile" 3) Darla Forbes- “Ain't he cute smile" 4) Sib Brenda- "Did we win smile?” 5) Shelly Jenkins- "Your place or mine smile" 6) Maureen Me Innis- "Gonna get ya smile" 7) Ann. Brian, and Jamie- "Just a wild and crazy guy smile" 8) Mike Nies- "That great Colgate smile" 881) Chris Jungers 2) Neil Brunett. Craig Finberg 3) Susan Iverson 4) Dave Hecker. Camelle Corina. Ernie Plutt 5) What finals did to one unidentified student. I 89Artists Draw and Craftsmen Design Deb Smith. Lloyd Williams. Diana Babcock. Frank Kujawa. Barry Lannon. Susan Grayson. Darlene Ware. Barney Brienza-Advisor, LouRae Weber Rich Johnson. Terry Snipes. Blake Robbins. Lyle Longhurst. Roger Merritt. Dan Sullivan. Tom McLaren. Dan High. Phil Odegard. Jerry Richard. Pat Doyle. Scott Friede. Dan Scott-Advisor 90WMC Bids Farewell to Clay Anders Mr. Clayborn Anders. Associate Professor of Industrial Arts at Western Montana College. 1956-1984. During this time Mr. Anders has served under six presidents and has helped 280 students attain Industrial Arts degrees. Mr. Anders feels that his pleasant association with his colleagues is the highpoint of his life. "It is a rare privilege, indeed. Teaching and learning from young adults to retirees has made my life worthwhile. These friendships and the many rewards will nurture my life during the coming years." he said. As chairman of the department of Industrial Arts. Mr. Anders has been an inspiration to many students. His quality teaching and kindly manner will be missed on our campus. The Chinook wishes him well on his retirement. t 91Festival Of The Arts 1) Metal sculpture by Joe Olson. 2) Stereo cabinet by Mark Williams with stained glass work by Tammy Frost. 3) Lamps by Lyle Longhurst. 4) Oil painting by Johnathan Gregory.5) Mr. Anders shows an Arts Festival viewer a hutch made by Tom Williams. 6) Oil painting by Peggy Vranish. 7) Oil painting by Johnathan Gregory. 8) Poker table by Steve Pomroy. 9) Cradle by Bob Pearce. 10) I.A. students Tom McLaren. Dan Sullivan, and Rich Johnson clown around for the camera. 93Organizations On Campus MHA-Mathews Hall Association: Front: Wilma Bennett. Paulette Miller. Donna May. Lorrie DeYott. Diana Noble. Charlotte Moran. Dianne Ansley: Middle: Rhea Armstrong. Carolyn Wilder. Lisa Price. Marta Ferguson, Kim Spackman. Julie Gagnon. Sherri Smith. Darla Forbes: Back: Jean Bieler. Lisa Baas. Connie Petrovich. MHA is an organization set up in the women’s residence hall. Its members sponsor activities for the residents of the dorm. This year they have participated in Go Day with the Chicken Drop, organized an Assassin game, had numerous activities going on around Christmas time, and recently held a Mystery Dinner. The money MHA raises goes into improving the dorm - this year's contribution was a table and chairs for the TV room in Mathews Hall. In the future MHA would like to purchase more expensive items for the dorm, but it’ll take time. i 94IVCF and Newman Club Intervarsity is Christian Fellowship with its members consisting of: Kim Graham. Larry Hurt. Dick Mandeville. Mrk Sorenson. Janet Gentry. Amber Mapston. Rhea Armstrong. Lisa Price. Julie Eby. Carolyn Wilder. Jeff Skelton. Laura Koepplm. Rhonda Campbell. Teresa1 Nave. Cammy Rogers. Sharon Brand. Claudia Starkey. Gail Cochian. Dianne Ansley. Neil Synder. Tammy Miller. Lana Evans. Max Feuerstack. Rhonda Feuerstack. and Joe Morstien. The Newman Club received the most improved club of the year award. Its members are: Sharon Brand. Jerry Richards. Chris Jungers. Ginny Corr. Sheila McGee. Robin Delong. Carolyn Wilder. Vince Hull, and Chris Fisk. 95Men Cagers Tie For Conference Champs Kneeling, from left: Eric Tutsch. Don White. Assistant Coach Craig Fmbert. Coach Casey Kelt . John Larson. Scott Stuewart: back row: Jeff Ferguson. Brad Gardner. Alan Olaveson. Marko Chalich. Shane Patrick. Glenn Visser. Shane Flinders. Rich Green. Mike Greer. Brad Gleason. Todd Rouse. Ron Vyse. and Gary Haverfield. Western 85 Ricks College 79 Western 71 Eastern Montana College 77 Western 70 Macalester College. Minn. 57 Western 70 College of Idaho 98 Western 80 Northwest Nazarene 85 Western 87 B.Y.U. Jayvees 96 Western 61 Ricks College 63 Western 86 Miles Comm. College 65 Western 40 Eastern Montana College 41 Western 74 College of Idaho 59 Western 48 Grand Canyon College 57 Western 70 U. of California (San Diege) 64 Western 64 Rocky Mountain College 75 Western 59 Northern Montana College 50 Western 74 Northern Montana College 77 Western 89 Montana Tech 80 Western 88 Carroll College 69 Western 68 Montana Tech 70 Western 57 College of Great Falls 66 Western 71 Carroll College 68 Western 83 Carroll College 72 Western 79 College of Great Falls 73 Western 71 Montana Tech 61 Western 73 Northern Montana College 92 Western 77 Rocky Mountain College 76 Western 99 Rocky Mountain College 89 Western 57 College of Great Falls 52 Western 51 Montana Tech (Playoff) 63 96 This page sponsored by Coast to CoastThe Bulldogs, picked in preseason to finish in the middle of the Frontier pack, picked up seven wins in their last eight games to tie Montana Tech for the conference championship. The streak included a win over then-conference leader Tech and a pair of wins over last years champs. College of Great Falls. The Bulldogs were led to the top by Frontier "Coach of the Year ' Casey Keltz. On the floor, the Dawgs were led by junior Mike Geer, an All-Conference first team and All-District 12 first team pick who averaged 19.7 points per game. Brad Gardner, a 6-4 guard, was named to the All-Conference second team as he averaged 13.4 points per game and was the team assist leader. The season ended on a sour note as the Bulldogs dropped the Frontier Conference Playoff final to Tech, 63-51. 1) Senior forward Rich Green muscles his way past two Northern defenders for a bucket. 2) Western’s athletic bus after its head-on collision with a pick-up near Silver Star. 3) Hugh Foster "backs” the Bulldogs. 4) Junior guard Brad Gardner soars for a lay-up against Carroll. 5) Jeff Ferguson, a junior guard, gets an easy two against Ricks College. 97Lady Bulldogs Capture Second Front row. from left: manager Jenny Berger. Chris Jungers. Beth Butcher. Paula Weifereich. Lisa Baas, and Chanelle Cooper; second row: Barb Green. Deanna Swift. Pam Gordon. Barb Farmer. Molly Malone. Cindy Farmer, and Margaret Rose; kneeling in front: Head Coach Jim Corr. Western 88 NW Nazarene 75 Western 81 Eastern Oregon 79 Western 85 Eastern Oregon 71 Western 46 Lewis-Clark State 81 Western 81 NW Nazarene 60 Western 83 Lewis-Clark State 66 Western 79 U. Of Alaska-Fairbanks 81 Western 72 Eastern Oregon 62 Western 93 Rocky Mountain 82 Western 62 Eastern Montana 70 Western 63 Northern Montana 67 Western 66 Northern Montana 71 Western 89 Montana Tech 78 Western 62 Eastern Montana 64 Western 59 Carroll College 52 Western 90 Montana Tech 78 Western 83 Great Falls 74 Western 59 Carroll College 54 Western 76 Carroll College 57 Western 81 Great Falls 79 Western 80 Montana Tech 85 Western 62 Northern Montana 80 Western 76 Rocky Mountain 72 Western 77 Rocky Mountain 78 Western 97 Great Falls 100 Western 71 Great Falls (playoff) 72 1) Molly Malone, a junior forward, shoots over a Carroll defender. 2) Chanelle Cooper drives past a Tech paiyer enroute to an easy lay-up. 3) The Lady Bulldogs get psyched up for another contest 4) Freshman forward Margaret Rose puts up one from the baseline. 98The young Lady Bulldogs, without a senior listed on their roster, used a six game surge in the conference season to lock up second place in the Frontier standings. The women cagers fielded a balanced team as all five starters scored in double figures, and. with no seniors leaving, all five will be back next year to lead the team. The Lady Bulldogs won three-game series with every conference opponent with the exception of league champion Northern and turned in impressive 6-4 non-conference mark. Chanelle Cooper, a junior guard, was selected to the All-Conference first team for the second year in a row as she fired in 14.4 points per game and was among the team leaders in assist and steals. Also selected to the All-Conference first team was another junior guard. Cindy Farmer. She led the team in scoring with 15.6 points per game and was among the top four in the nation with an 86.4 free-throw percentage. The Lady Bulldogs made the post-season playoffs for the second straight year, but were again denied the chance to play in the championship game as the College of Great Falls edged them. 72-71. on a controversial shot at the buzzer. This page sponsored by Parisian Cleaners 99Barb Green Chanelle Cooper Cindy Farmer Molly Malone Paula Wieferich Chris Jungers Barb FarmerKZN • Blanch McManus-Advisor. Jonel Smith. Tami Pittman. Susan Iverson. Karen Henke. Margie O'Connor. Claudia Starkey. Leela Woody. Nadine Berg. Rhonda Campbell. Charlotte Moran. Donna May. Jane Briney. Chris Silzly. Jeanie Parker. Eileen Lane. Rhea Armstrong. Connie Petrovich. Janis Fullenwider. Sharon Brand. SPURS - Barb Green. Karen Henke. Penny Hayme. Wilma Bennett. Diana Noble. Margie O'Connor. Eileen Lane. Paulette Miller. Charlotte Moran. Ann Graves. Lisa Blaskovitch. Teresa Schladweiler. Laurie DeYott. Ginny Corr. Dona Wallace-Advisor 101Medieval Madness 1) Dr. Beier; Elaine Simonsen; Julie Stubbs: Ben Williams; Greg Sietsema: Dirk Peacock. 2. Neil Bjornstad 3) Maria Rivera: Mike Blair: Jacquie Taggart: Steven Mullen: Karen Martinez: Mike Housel; Deb Smith: Lyle Longhurst. 4) Mr. Sietsema 5) Mary Jo O'Rourke; Judy Mandevelle. 6) Steven Mullen; Karen Martinez. 7) Terri Brown; Lisa Harness: Tami Shiplet; Julie Gagnon: Lyle Longhurst; Deb Smith. 102Artists Go Rural 104The Rural Art Mobile went out every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. Their red van left the campus at 1p.m. and returned at around 4p.m. after visiting a rural school. During the course of the semester, the Art Mobile visited a number of rural schools near Dillon. The Rural Art Mobile is a class offered at Western. It is open to any interested student wishing to take part. It is a teaching experience you never forget. Pictured above are: Frank Kujawa. Alora Stepan. Mr. Walters. 105The WMC Program Council has ten members who plan campus activities and entertainment under the direction of Dick Mandeville. Among the activities sponsored this year were Hawaiian Dance. Go Day. Homecoming. Film Series. Welcome Back and Alumni Dances and special events. Sean Morey. Michael Gulezian. and Bosco and Heinz. Pictured above: back row-Dick Mandevelille. Pat Cheff. Eric Landis. Lee Eslick. Lonnie Collinsworth. Chuck Buus. Front row-Dennis Brock. Linda Shade. Addie Haugen. Elieen Lane. Katie Campbell 106Western Wrestling 1081) Bob Pearce wrestles against a NWCC opponent. 2) 1983-84 Team: Bottom row Buddy Berger. Bob Pearce. Todd Wiley. Scott Isle, and Roger Jensen; Second row: Gordon Conn. Tom Lindsey. Rick Nordahl. Dean Colvin. Dave Plette. Kip French. Bob Weatherston. and Jeff Harada; Third row: Coach Ric Hamilton. Tim Mayer, and John Love: Top: Voyd St. Pierre. 3) Roger Jensen goes for the takedown. The Western matmen's dual match record belies their real strength. They scored only one dual victory in eleven tries but lost many of these to powerhouse Big Sky teams as well as other NCAA powers. The team was also plagued with illness and injury throughout the year causing many forfeits that led to WMC loses. Coach Ric Hamilton had great praise for his wrestlers, though, as they did well in tournament action, taking a fourth place team finish at the Trapper Tournament in Powell. Wyoming and making strong showings at the Beehive Tourney at Utah State and the Boise State Open Tourney. John Love, at 190 lbs. and Rick Nordahl. at 150 lbs. qualified for the NAIA National Finals. 109M-Club Smoker Features Ten Bouts 1) Guy Melby and Jeff Roberts 2) Kim Stotts 3) Referee George Marinkovich 4) George. Rich Evans and Doug Barth 5) John Dunlap and an aspiring fighter 6) Jim Ehlers and Steve Mun-ford 7) Guy Melby. Sheryl Johnson and Anita Dengel.Western's annual M-Club Smoker featured ten exciting bouts. In the first five bouts Jim Ehlers and Rich Evans scored unanimous decisions over Steve Munford and Doug Barth, respectively, while Ken Waber. Guy Melby and Dustin Evans each scored knockouts. Ken recorded his second straight smoker knockout in the second round of his fight with Shawn Carder. He had previously scored a knockout in Tech's smoker. Guy sent Jeff Roberts to his corner in the second round and Dustin left Trevor Jackson unable to answer the second round bell. In the WMC-Tech fights. WMC’s Kevin Smith and Todd Berget scored decisions over their Tech opponents Shawn Ygnatowiz and Bryan Simmons, respectively. Tech then scored three straight decisions. Tim Durkin. Steve Wolf and Joe Polya decisioned Rick Nordahl. Don DeTonacour and Bill Gallagher. respectively. M-Club: Kevin Smith. John Love. Rich Evans. Guy Melby. Duane Eamon. Rich Whitmore. Anita Dengel. Steve Lang. Trent Larson. Bob Pearce. Kim Stotts. Grant Killoy. John Dunlap. Sheryl Johnson. Dinny Bennett. John Strickland. Blake Robbins, unknown, and Mitch Maki. IllThe People Who Hold Down The Fort RA’s and Head Residents _______ Front: Pat Cheff. Kip Ryan. Jim Oriet. Maureen Mclnnis. Sharon Brand. Susan Iverson Middle: Addie Haugen. Rhonda Campbell. Lorrie DeYott. Barb Green. Dan Sampson. Scott Francis Not another gutter ball 112Wescolite and Soar Club Back: Gerald Brunckhorst. Advisor Tom Brossart. Editor Steve Mullen. Advisor Chuck Stauffer. Bus. Mgr. Kent Wright. Bruce Schultz Front: Kim Hanson. Kathy Murray. Kathy Piva. Cheryl Killoy. Jane Briney. Patty Simms Back: Vince Morley. Carolyn Clark. Kathy Murray. Shannon Morse. Anne Babson. Chris Perrone. Dee Dee Synness Middle: Mary McFadzen. Nick Pavone. Jenny Butorovich. Pat Hagen. Beth Cracknell. Eric Moore Front. Doug Crosby Not Pictured: Tracy BerTram. Steve French, and Ron Brunkhorst. 113“WHERE’S THE BUCKS?” "Get this guys AL ________ PHONATHO 9 GOAL k saaooo " si 52Q0OO "Standard pledge card" »I«0O( 4 • IQ0UO fcj KJ tj ft Total this year of $16,874 •• "George making the marks" 114"Karyl keeping busy' •'Hello! RUSSIA??” ”But George its Jeff" Spurs led the organizations in hours contributed to the third annual Alumni Phonathon, which brought in $16,874. Twenty students contributed 164Vi hours phoning alumni all over the U.S. Eighteen hundred alumni were called; 858 responded while others made a pledge. Spurs had 68 Vi hours, while the Alumni Assoc, was second with 52 hours. Other organizations' hours were Chinook. 13 Vi: Circle K. 4; KDP. 7Vi; MHA. 11 Vi:Cheerleaders, 5; KZN, 2Vi. Students manning the phones were Sandy Baker. Wilma Bennett. Ginny Corr. Lorrie DeYott. Leslie Dip-pold. JoAnn Eslick. Ann Graves. Barb Green. Penny Haynie. Karen Henke. Eileen Lane. Sib Malee. Paullette Miller. Charlotte Moran. Diana Noble. Margie O’Connor. Karey Olson. Teresa Schladweiler, Claudia Starkey. Carolyn Wilker. 115Marathon Mania Robin Bogue- "Boy. This sure is a fun dance.” Sib Malee and Linda St. Clair-"Oh my gosh. It's a long way up!" 116Mike Housel- "Do I really look like John Travolta?" "Let me show you how it's done guys." Mike Weatherby and Linda St. Claire-"What's the next song, honey?" 117Dr. Newlon Keeps KDP Alive at WesternFront Row: Susan Iverson, Alora Stepan. Jeff Ferderer. Sharon Brand. Jeff Scott. Middle Row: Melody Fuller. Kim Kaylor. Cindy Farmer. Molly Malone. Laura Raykowksi. Carrie Wicks. Scott Francis. Back Row: Sherry Jolly. Claudia Starkey. Rhonda Campbell, Martha Williams. Car-maine Hayes. Doug Hayes. Dr. Robert Newlon. Professor of Education, is retiring after 15 years of teaching at WMC. Dr. Newlon began his teaching career at Waimes. Kauai. Hawaii teaching junior and senior high school art and social studies. He also taught junior highs school language arts and literature before entering college teaching in 1945. Dr. Newlon received his B.A. from the University of Chicago, and his Ph. D. from Washington State University. Dr. Newlon came to WMC in 1968 and has taught many courses in the Education department. He also served as chairman of the faculty senate, representative to Interunit Faculty Council of the Montana University System, chairman of WMC Computer Planning Committee and representative to Regional Conference on Informational Technology. Dr. Newlon's expertise and inspirational teaching will be missed. The Chinook wishes him well on his retirement. 119WMC TRACK TEAMS HAVE SUCCESSFUL YEAR WMC’s 1984 Men and Women's Track Team — Sitting: Diana Peoples. Deb Sather. Kim Tracy. Leela Woody. Janis Fullenwider. Cindy Bennett. Lisa Baas. Margaret Rose. Chenelle Cooper. Chris Jungers. Jean Beiler. Donna May. Standing: Scott Francis. Kent Nordahl. Mike Haines. Royman Rojas. Gary Haverfield. Kip French. Mitch Maki. Jim Ehlers. Melvin Mikkola. Kevin Arthur. Adam Clagett. Bryon Morgan. Steve Lang. John Amestoy. Rich Green. Trevor Jackson. Matt Anderson. Rick Flotketter. Chuck Buus. Frank Wormmgton. Don DeTonancour. John Dunlap. 2 1. John Amestoy giving it his all. 2. Cindy Bennett • just SO happy to be there. 3. Margaret Rose hands oft to Chanelle Cooper in the mile relay. 120Men Finish First, Women a Strong Second For the fourth consecutive year, the WMC men's track team won the Frontier Conference Championship. WMC tallied 145 points to outscore Northern by 80 points. Western's men were led by Gary Haverfield and Mike Haines, who each finished with two first places. Western's women placed high in all of the field events and short distance running, but failed to have any long distance runners. hence their second place finish, a close eight points behind Rocky Mountain College. Western's women were led by Leela Woody who participated in seven events, taking home first place medals in five of them, and silvers in the other two. 1. Matt Anderson and Trevor Jackson take a break. 2. Diana Peoples places second. 3. Janis Fullenwider heads a winning relay team. 4. Mike Haines in a winning effort. 5. Go get 'em PROTOMITE! This page sponsored by Montana Travel. Inc. 121Western elects new officers WMC student government is composed of a President, Vice President. Secretary. Business Manager, and nine senators. A new service sponsored this year is a Day Care Center in the SUB. Student Senate also sponsors two publication, the WESCOLITE and the CHINOOK, and various clubs and activities. 122Nervous or What? !W +htt J Pictured campaigning are Sharon Brand. Bob Crumley. Ernie Plutt. Suan Iverson, and Kent Wright. Elected in Spring 1984 were President - Bob Crumley; Vice Pres. Susan Iverson; Secretary - Addie Haugen: Bus. Manager - Kim Spackman. Senators: Voyd St. Pierre. Kent Nordahl. Jenny Butorovich. Chuck Buus. Ernie Plutt. Chris Fisk. Ginny Corr. Joe Tysel. and Sharon Brand. Pictured above: 1st row-Dennis Brock; Lonnie Collinsworth. Vice Pres.; Rick Miller. Pres.; Scott Francis: Jenny Butorovich. 2nd row-Dr. Parker. Advisor; Kim Stotts; Marti Pierce; Voyd St. Pierre; and Paulette Miller. Sec. The ASWMC Elections Commission consists of Jerry Richard, chairman and Lorrie De Yott. Commissioner. 123Spring Awards Banquet Over $35,000 Awarded 1) Jerry Richard presents a Golden Hammer Award and personalized license plate to Mr. Clay Anders. The plate recognizes 28 years of I.A. service to WMC 2) Dr. David Beier presents the Ralph McFadden Music Cup to Carmame Mmdt Hayes. 3) Scott Francis- recipient of the Terry Watters Leadership Award 4) Debra Sather and Sib Malee- co- wmners of the Roy Evenson Photography Grant. 5) Bob Crumley and Susan Iverson get sworn in as Student Senate President and Vice President by Chief Justice Doug Hayes. 6) Susanna Clark receives the Zella K. Flores Cup from Mr. Larry Hicketheir. 7) Mr. Clay Anders presents the Golden Hammer Award to Tom McLaren. 124Money, Money, Money And More Money 126 I 1) Plaques for recognition of service: Vince Mor-ley. President of SOAR Club, co-winner for social service: Rooster Reynolds. President of Rodeo Club, for community service; Gary Haverfield. President of the Sports Trainers, for campus service; Barb Green. President of SPURS, co-winner for social service; and Chris Jungers. President of Newman Club, for most improved club. 2) Sharon Brand- CHINOOK Award. 3) Co-editors for the 1984-85 CHINOOK. Susan Iverson and Tami Pittman. received the Roy Evenson CHINOOK Award. 4) Chief Justice Doug Hayes swears in Senators Chuck Buus. Ernie Plutt. Ginny Corr. Sharon Brand. Chris Fisk. Voyd St. Pierre, business manager Kim Spackman. and secretary Addie Haugen. 5) Howard Gaines receives the CHANCE Scholarship from Mr. Larry Hicketheir. 6) Brad Gleason and Gary Haverfield- recipients of the Jay lalonde Memorial Scholarship. 7) Mr. Mark Young presents the Cobb Foundation Scholarship to Mark Sorenson. 127Alumni Prevail 14-10 1) Warm temperatures and sunshine led to an enjoyable afternoon of football for these Western fans. 2) Roger Wilhite looks for an opening. 3) Alumni quarterback Dale McQueary pitches out. The Alumni did it again. For the second straight year, the Alumni squad came out on the better end of a close score in the annual spring event that features past and future Bulldog greats. The first half of the contest was ruled by the younger Bulldogs as they scored ten unanswered points. Ken Swanger nailed a 32 yard field goal set up by a fumble recovery and then Neil Brunett broke loose for a long touchdown run just before halftime. In the second half, however, the tables turned and Alumni quarterback Dale McQueary took charge. McQueary fired scoring strikes fo 55 and 10 yards to Tom Tabor and Roger Wilhite, respectively, and Steve Vezina added the extra points to bring the final score to 14-10. The Bulldogs tried a comeback late in the fourth quarter, but a stubborn Alumni defense held them at the four yard line on two different drives. The game was dedicated by the Alumni to their former teammate Wayde Davis, his wife and daughter, who were victims of the Whitefish school bus accident. 128 This page sponsored by GRACIE'SThe Year In Sports J The '83-'84 sports year was a rather productive one for Western as WMC athletes garnered two Frontier Conference championships and three runner-up placings. The men's basketball team rode a late season win-streak to tie Tech for conference honors and the men's track team ran away with first place as they amassed 145 points to their nearest competitor's 65. The women's track team nearly won the conference meet, but because of a lack of distrance runners, finished second to Rocky by a score of 9 9 Vi to 91 Vi. The women cagers. led by a balanced scoring attack which saw all five starters score in double figures, ended the season at 15-10. good enough for a second place finish. Western's football team, despite a mediocre 3-3 conference record, took second place honors in a season full of ups and downs. The volleyball squad showed promise for next year as they picked up their first ever tournament trophy; and the rodeo team stood it's ground on the Big Sky circuit as they received strong performances from Rooster Reynolds. Shawn Gleason. Kent Nordahl. and Chris Melaney. I 130Do You Know The People On Your Floor? 2nd Campus- Donna May. Rhea Armstrong. Deb Pearson. Margie O'Connor. Margaret Rose. Karen Henke. Kim Hanson. Linda Swanson. Roxanne McCracken. Paullette Miller. Diana Peoples. Chanelle Cooper. Charlotte Moran. Jacquie Taggart. Addie Haugen (RA). Wanda Fries. Marta Ferguson. Basement- Tracy Smith. Barb Solf. Lisa Greany. Gail Miller. Rhonda Campbell (RA). Nadine Berg. Jeanie Parker. Dawn Dupea. Sherri Smith. Darlene Ware. 3rd Campus- Paula Wieferich. Ruth Bieber. Julie Eby (RA). Kelly Sampson. Jennie Burger. Beth Butcher. Claudia Starkey. Jamie Anderson. 132Sharon Brand (RA). Lori Johnson. Diana Noble. Shelly Jenkins. Val Encson. Deanna Swift. Jean Beiler. Lisa Baas. Julie Gagnon. Michelle Kelley. 2nd Mam- Darla Forbes. Shelly Barnes. Leisa Radley. Molly Malone. Judi Allen. Lisa Price. Jodie Burkland. Lori Kaario. Debbie Johnson. Deb Sather. Cindy Farmer. Barb Green. Susan Iverson (RA). Nadene Knapp 1st Main- Janis Fullenwider. Cindy Bennett. Connie Petrovich. Elain Simonsen. Marv Denny. Alora Stepan (RA). Diane Ansley. Karey Olson. Anita Dengel. Kristy Monahan. Janice Muller. Wilma Bennett. Kim Graham I 1333rd Clark- Ron Sabada. Kip French. Chuck Buus. Dean Vesco. Todd Barget. Clint Spindler. Dave Hecker. John Risher. Frank Moreni. Pat Bertagnolli. Dan Sampson (RA). Tim Moriarty. Eric Tutsch, Sam Sheppard. Jeff Croll. Ken McKinner. Jay Wartnow. 2nd Clark- Steve Francisco. Rich Johnson. Joe Tysel. Larry Hurt. Duanne Eamon. Steve Lang. Gordon Conn. Paul Stetzner. Bryon Morgan. Ken Waber (RA), Clint Love. Bill Gallagher. Brad Maddox. John Sam. David Meier. John Larson. Mike Laur. Greg Suek. 134 ■•■•■la4th Centennial- Kelly McKeever. Shawn Holmes. Doug Taylor. Craig Lunde. Ken Graham. Spike Sewell. Tim Gray, Bob Crumley (RA). Matt Anderson. John Amestoy. Jeff Roberts. Doug Fraley. David Wegner. Marty James. Matt Molynesux. Voyd St. Pierre. John Holland. 3rd Centennial. John DeBarber. Steve Mullen. Steve Cline. Melvin Mikkola. Mike Christian. Paul Isle. Gerald Brunckhorst. Ron Brunck-horst. Dewain Genus. Doug Crosby. Chris Ward. Jim Molek. Pat Cheff (RA). 135WESTERN MONTRNR COLLEGE2nd Centenial: Scott Francis (RA). Adam Clagett. Todd Wiley. Oavid Polette. Brian Hayes. Kelly Hayes. Rob Powell. Mark Stinchfield. Mark Burns. Doug Taylor. Rich Kastelitz. John Ungaretti. Rich Hawkins. 4th Clark: Kent Depner (RA). Steve Mann. Don Lower. Sean Phillips. Shawn Ewing. Craig Barringer. Neil Francom. Todd Ackerman. Mark Sorenson. Guy Melby. Jim Noffsmger. Rich Flotkeotter. Don DeTonacour. Greg Reynard. Brent Holder. Shawn LaBaugh. Brad Gleason. Ron Vyse. Shane Patrick. Jeff Ferguson. Don White. Jeff Martinsen. 138Davis: Dan Vanek. Scott Smith. Roymond Rojas. Shane Flinders. Craig Finberg. Mike Haines. Jake Cheff. Kent Jones. Pat Cheff (RA). Jordan: Brenda Beck. Sheila McGee. Lori Markovich. Kip Ryan. Rusty Hoff. Regan Dean. Bruce Allison. Jim Ehlers. Dave Peterson. Marko Chalich. Jeff Scott. 139A DREAM IS REALIZED With dedication of the Albert and Ethel Bender Conference Center, the Western Montana College Foundation culminates a long-treasured dream. Through the major gift of Mr. and Mrs. Bender, together with generous contributions from other sources, we are now marking initial construction on one of the Northwest’s outstanding conference retreats. A stone frame building of 7.000 square feet, the Bender Conference Center offers classrooms. living quarters, lounges, dining and kitchen facilities, ideally reflecting the grandeur of this majestic mountain setting. Other substantial contributions from Burlington Northern Foundation. Louisiana-Pacific Corporation. Norwest Bank of Dillon, Stoltze Land Lumber Company. Beaverhead National Forest, The Dilmart. and Anaconda Job Corps, were also made. It was the joint effort of all of these in the emerging construction of this impressive and invaluable addition to Western Montana College. 140Georgie Anne Geyer Honored Guest The first woman foreign correspondent of our times. Ms. Geyer has accrued a distinguished list of awards and honors for her journalistic excellence. During the past five years, she has enjoyed personal interviews with world-wide leaders including Fidel Castro. King Hussein of Jordan, former U.S. President Gerald Ford, and PLO Chieftan Yasir Arafat. From her home base in Washington D.C., Ms. Geyer authors her column which appears in 117 newspapers throughout the nation. She is a graduate of Medill School of Journalism and attended the University of Vienna on a Fulbright Scholarship. 141A Time for Excitement a ■ 1) Hugh Foster- A time for remembering. 2) Nancy Glazier- on her way to getting her degress. 3) Mr. Clay Anders leads in the procession. 4) The best seats in the house! 5) To the right- Mona Fisher receiving her diploma. 14287th Commencement 1431) Hooding of Graduates- Leo Eaton, Ginny Davis 2) Dave Cypher- receiving his masters in education 3) Marsha Oursland and Mrs. Oursland- a touching moment 4) Cantabiliers- Front: Greg Seitsma, Julie Stubbs, Elaine Simonsen. Dirk Peacock. Back: Dave Begin. Jacque Taggart. Wanda Fries. Debbie Smith. Mike Housel. Piano- Carmaine Mindt Hayes. Electric Guitar- Richard Seitsma. 144A Time To Say Goodbye ...1983-84 Chinook Staff He'll love me for this caption. Diana Noble Mrs. Hawkins. "Sib! you FORGOT to put film in the camera. Dee Dee Syness. "I thought you said this was elite.” In preparing this Annual, our goal has been to make it a true reflection of the 1983-84 school year. It is with hope that 20 years from now. you will find a few moments to review this old but ever new book. Chinook Staff: seated. Mark Sorenson. Tami Pittman. Juli Pierce. Diana Noble. Darla McCutchen. Kim Spackman; Standing. Susan Iverson. Sib Malee. Sharon Brand. Advisor. Mrs. Hawkins. 146Creates Another Outstanding Year Book. Juli Pierce. "Crop it where?” 147 Norwest Bank Dillon, N.A. 20 North Montana Street Dillon, Montana 59725 Member FDIC ffVUff mmmmm NORWEST BANKS amamm a a iaa SNAPPY SERVICE WE SELL BEER, POP. WINE, AND SUNDRIES. 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