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 illon, Montana 59725 Chinook 1986R I S E A B O V E T H E 0 R D 1 N A R Y S l Our college-wide theme for 1985-86 will be ’’Rise Above the Ordinary. ’ I am confident that you will experience WMC this coming year as a place of excitement with lots of new faces, both staff and students to meet and share our common enjoyment. Here’s to your best year yet at Western Montana College. -Douglas Treadway, President 4(10 Vt , Ihn ? IN ARY3D e d 1 c a t 1 o n Dr. Alan Zetler After devoting 28 years to professional education, Dr. Alan Zetler is retiring. His first appointment was Director of Student Teaching, Placement and Admissions. In 1975 he was appointed Dean of Education. In 1980 he was named Director of the Montana Rural Education Center. In 1983 this center was chosen for the G. Theodore Mitau Award, which specifically cited Dr. Zetler's leadership. He has been a member of the Montana State Board of Education and the Northwest Assoc, of Schools and Colleges. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the National Rural Education Association, and Chairman of that organization's Research Committee. His presence will be missed around the hallowed halls of WMC. Dr. John Garry Dr. Garry has been teaching business and education classes at Western for over thirty-four years. He first started his Career in the fall of 1952 here at WMC. When he arrived he became the head of the business department. He was also the advisor for the Intervarsity organization for a number of years. Dr. Garry graduated with a B.B.A., B.S. and M.A. from the University of Minnesota. He received his doctorate from the University of North Dakota. His first teaching assignment was here at WMC. Dr. Garry participated with the State Board of Education for many years. He was the head of the business and industrial arts programs from 1975 to 1978. Dr. Garry's enthusiam and efforts will be missed by the faculty and staff of WMC. 4Dr. Douglas Treadway Dr. Douglas Treadway assumed the office of President of WMC on May 28. 1985. He was chosen for this position from a field of 164 applicants from forty-four states and the District of Columbia. He assumed the position vacated by Dr. Bob Thomas, who resigned. Dr. Treadway comes to Dillon from Eastern Oregon State College, where he held positions as Dean of Regional Programs and Professor of Education. Dr. Treadway earned his Ph.D. at Northwestern University. He has done post-doctoral work in higher education management at Harvard University. He and his wife. Carol, have a 19 year old daughter, Chris, and a 15 year old son, Marty. Dr. Henry Worrest Dr. Henry Worrest assumed the office of of Vice President of Academic Affairs at WMC on August 5, 1985. He was chosen from a field of 72 applicants, filling the vacancy left by the resignation of Dr. Evelyn Hively. Dr. Worrest comes to Western from MSU, where he was head of the Secondary Education and Foundations Department. He is also a Past President, Montana Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Dr. Worrest earned his Ed.D. at UM. He holds degrees from Millersville State College in Maine, the University of Delaware. and the University of Idaho. He and his wife, Pat, are both Pennsylvania natives. They have three children who range in age from 22 to 26. W E L C O M E 567 ! O O O 8 Mr. Tom Parks is about to meet his match as he welcomes WMCs Mr. Henry Stish. The guests representing the WMC student body were Marta Ferguson (above) and Kirby Bright (rightX After talking with Parks. Marta revealed the story of Emma, the car used by the athletic trainers, followed by Kirby s encounter with his "Ram tough" hair.I Guests for the Tonight Show included (left to right) WMC Presidnet Doug Treadway. Marta Ferguson, Mr. Henry Stish. Kirby Bright, and Ms. Joan Clary. The high point of Go Day was the Tonight Show with host Tom Parks. The large crowd enjoyed a funfilled evening of laughs as the guests were interviewed. The show, complete with a monologue and singing entertainment, and, of course, commercials, showed the wide range of talents from members of the football team to members of the drama club. 9H o m e c 0 m 1 n g Tim Sperber of Coeur d' Alene, Idaho and Susan Arthur of Deer Lodge, Montana were voted in by the Western Montana College student body as the 1985 Homecoming King and Queen. 10The Homecoming candidates representing the various classes, clubs and organizations included; Front Row: Aimee Rosa, Carolyn Wilder, Patty Davis, Ann Graves, Susan Arthur, Nadine Berg, John Risher, Melody Goodwin; Second Row: Trevis French, Tim Sperber, Les Williams, Craig Barringer; Third Row: Lana Evans, Karen Henke, Julie Skinner, Annette Fisher, Lori Walund, Anita Cyr, Lacey Trowbridge; Back Row: Sib Malee, Robbie Powell, John Joyce, Ken Waber, Bob Weatherston, Marlin Muss-man and Matt Anderson. The runners up for King and Queen were Sib Malee of Anaconda, Montana and Aimee Rosa of Butte, Montana. 1112HOMECOMING On Oct. 5,1985, the WMC Bulldogs met the Carroll College Saints to battle for a victory. Unfortunately, the Bulldogs met defeat 47 to 14 at the hands of the top rated Saints. Although the Dogs did not have an outstanding game, the fans turned out to support their team, soak up the sun, and enjoy the many activities of the Homecoming weekend. Bulldog fans such as Pat and Sandi Doyal (right) and Kim Denny (bottom right) turned out to cheer on the Dogs. Steve Lang (below) shows that things didn't always go so well. 13Rise Above the Ordinary Bill Gallagher (above) is followed off the field as the offense and defense switch. Marlin Mussman (above right) is showing his style as he gives the ball a kick. A hand-off to Kirby Bright from Mike O'Hara (right) helps move the ball down the field. Even with all the school spirit behind the Bulldogs the football game was not a success. Matched up against the Carroll College Saints, the Dogs put up a good fight but failed to pull off a victory. The Bulldogs were at a disadvantage with a number of key players being out for the game with injuries. 14The otherwise sunny day of Homecoming was only slightly clouded by the Bulldog's defeat. The day was an overall success put together by the WMC Activities Board. The parade in the morning included a variety of interesting floats which were displayed at the game. Before the game there was an Alumni Luncheon. Halftime of the football game allowed for the traditional crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen. The day was made complete with a dance that night at the Elks Club.Front Row: Penny Wagner. Jan Martincau. Lyndee Cearley. Deanna Sullivan. Jamie Lewis. Rhea Armstrong, Carolyn Wilder. Second Row: Sindy Ellis. Jan Rowland, Melody Goodwin. Lynn Lcmclin. Jamie Hegstad. Wendy Wooslcy. Darlene Ware, Third Row: Jcanic Parker. Pam Ivie. Chris Fisk. Kip French. Margie O'Conner. Don Sedivcy. Lana Evans, Mike Housel, Steve Howcry. Back Row: Mike Smith. Dick Mandeville. Sib Malee and Mike Harris. Orientation Leaders. 1617s E N I O R S 18 Todd Ackerman Sidney Rhea Armstrong Cardwell Susan Arthur Decrlodge Ron Beck Twin Bridges Cindy Bennett I lelcna Jean Bergerson Dillon Dawn Blair White Sulphur Springs Penny Boka Grass RangeSeniors Gary Butori Butte Jenny Butorivich Warm Springs Chuck Buus Whitehall Gordon Conn I iclcna Janet Coy Troy Bob Crumley Kalispcll Ira Cynthia Cutler Butte Lorrie De Yott Deer Lodge Lana Evans Dillon Robin Evans Helena Jeff Ferguson Ft. Benton Chris Flinders Seeley Lake 19John Foreman Dillon Scott Francis Belgrade Kip French Salmon. ID Howard Gaines Dillon Ann Graves Eureka Susan Grayson Dillon Barb Green Anaconda Ann Marie Guidoni Butte Fat Hagan Anaconda Michael Haines Seeley Lake Larry Ham Butte Brian Hayes Stockett 20Seniors Kelley Hayes Stockctt Karen Henke Anaconda Brent Holder F.urcka Kerry Holmes Boulder Mary Holt Dillon David Howery Dillon Steve Howery Dillon Shelley Jenkins Darby Kelly Kjerstad Jackson. WY Eileen Lane Dillon Laurie Larson Butte Jim Lubke Us Veg s. NV 21Steve Mann Sidney Gail Miller Butte Charlotte Moran Superior Lou Rae Myhre Twin Bridges Joan Nelson Dillon Diana Noble Grass Range Margie O'Oconnor Butte Kathy Plutt Dillon Bob Powell West Yellowstone Shelly Rankin Dillon Nancy Reishus Clancy Randy Reishus Clancy 22Seniors Linda Rice Virginia City Lora Lee Richmond Twin Bridges Margaret Rose Cascade Allan Ross Anaconda Pamela Ross Dillon Kelly Samson Boulder Tim Schapiro Butte Teresa Schladweiler Ryegatc Terry Schmidt Bozeman Dianna Silk Butte Barry Smith I illon Janet Gentry Sniyder Fairfield 23Neil Snyder Chotcau Barb Solf Winnett Kim Spackman Whitehall Linda St. Clair East Helena Dan F. Sullivan Anaconda Mark E. Sullivan Butte Ken Swanger Choteau Bret Thompson Superior Joe Tysel Dillon Ken Waber Deer I.odgc Sherry Walker Ennis Darlene Ware Deer Lodge 24Seniors Bob Weatherston Dillon Rich Whitmore Helena Scott Wildung Winifred IX-bra Wright Dillon Graduate Students Dianna Lynn Babcock Sheridan Lyle Longhurst Salmon. ID 25Who's Who Honors Students SUSAN AR THUR, of Deer Lodge, is an Art Education major with a Music Education minor. She was Historian of KZN, Vice Preisdent of the Art Club, and was also a member of the Cheerleaders and the cantabiliers. She was Homecoming Queen candidate for the Music Co. her junior year and was chosen Homecoming Queen as an Art Club candidate her senior year. In addition to being active in intramurals, she took part in several musicals; "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”, ‘'Pippin", "GodspeU”, and "Best of Broadway". Susan has been on the Dean s list, and placed 1st in the Student Art Show the fall of 1981. She received the Soroptomist Art Scholarship, the Mary Baker Emerick Scholarship, the Elk s Scholarship, and the Honor Scholarship. TERESA SCHLADWEILER, of Rye- gate. is a Physical F.ducation Sports Medicine major. As a Student Athletic Trainer she trained for football, volleyball and women's basketball. She was active in Intramurals. and was Resident Assistant of Mathews Hall for three years. She was a member of the SPURS (where she served as treasurer), the Trainer s Association and KDP. Teresa has been on the Dean's List, she received the WMC Foundation Scholarship, the Russel Evans Scholarship and the Rygatc High School Scholarship. DAWN BLAIR, of White Sulphur Springs, is a Music Education Broadficld (K-12) major. She was active in the Madrigal Dinner. Dillon Community Orchestra. WMC Band, WMC Chorus, the play "GodspeU”, the WMC pep band, where she served as Assistant Director. She served as Vice President and as President of the Music Co., and Secretary of KDP. Dawn has been on the Dean's List and received the Charles M. Bair Memorial Scholarship. RON BECK, of Dillon, is a Broadfield Social Science major. He is a charter member of the WMC Advocates since it was reorganized. He is Co-historian of KDP. and he has participated in the intramural program at WMC. Ron has been on the Dean's List for four years, and was awarded a student membership in the Western History Association. He received a WMC Booster Club Scholarship, the Cody Pfau Memorial Scholarship, and the Women of the Church of the Valley Oberg Scholarship. Ron's wife Connie is also a graduate of WMC.WHO’S WHO BARB (xREEN, of Anaconda . is a Physical Science major with a minor in Mathematics. She has been very active in all intramural activities; basketball, football, softball and volleyball. She has been one of WMC’s greatest basketball players. She was named Player of the Week in the conference, as well as Player of the Week for the region. She was named to the All-Conference Team two years and the All-Academic Team three years. Barb was an active SPURS member, and served as President of that organization the year they gained national recognition for the most active chapter. She received an Athletic Scholarship, the Maier Memorial Scholarship, and the Roy Evenson Leadership Scholarship, and was on the Dean s list for three years. KAREN HENKE, of Anaconda, is an Elementary Education major with a History minor. She has been active in Intramurals, and was SPUR S Historian, Junior Advisor, Sophomore Class President and a Resident Assistant. She was a member of KDP. KZN, Inter-Varsity, the SPURS and the Mathews Hall Association. Karen has been on the Dean’s list and received the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Scholarship. SHELLY RANKIN, of Dillon, is an Elementary Education major. She was a very active member of the Activities Board. She was chairman of the Special and Traditional Committee, where she chaired the Homecoming Parade activities, and arranged the half time entertainment at the Homecoming game. Shelly was on the Dean s list for six consecutive semesters. She retrieved the WMC Booster Club Scholarship, the KDP Scholarship and the Roy Evenson Leadership Scholarship. KIRBY T. KAUK, of Brady, is an HPE Sports Medicine major with a Biology minor. He was a trainer in basketball and a trainer and player in football. I le was a two year starter for the Bulldogs at defensive back, and student assistant football coach for the secondary defense. He was named to the Frontier All-Academic Football Team in '83 'S4. He was a member of the Student Trainer's Association. Kirby received the Bob Puhek Memorial Scholarship and the National Athletic Trainer's Association 1985 National Undergraduate Scholarship.EILEEN LANE, of Dillon, is an Art K-12 Elementary Education major with a minor in History. She was a member of the Student Activities board for two years. Chairperson for the second year. She headed the planning for all campus activities, such as movies, dances, and entertainers, she attended two NACA Conferences for the Activities Board, and was chairperson of the Homecoming activities. During the summer months Eileen spends her time as a Tour Guide at Bannack State Hark. She was also Vice President of the SPURS. Eileen received a $1,000.00 Mary Barker Emerick Art Scholarship for the last four years, the Student Sergvice Service Award, and SPUR of the month. Besides the Activities Board, she was a member of the SPURS, the Art Club, KZN, KDP and the Student Senate, and was on the Dean's list six times. STEVE HOWERY, of Dillon, is an English major with a History Physical Education minor. He has been active with the ASWMC, the Wescolite and Intramurals. He coached the Twin Bridges AAl' Wrestling Club from 83 through 86. He served as Student Senator. Sports Editor and Editor of the Wescolite. Steve has been on the Dean's List and he received the Dillon Rotary Club Scholarship in 1982. JOE TYSEL , of Dillon, is an American Studies major with a Business minor. He was a member of the Newman Club, a Student Senator, Orientation Leader, Student Advisor, Student Advocate and he participated in intramural sports. He was a four year letterman in football, and was named to the Academic All conference football team. Joe has been on the Dean's List and he recieved the Roy Evans Leadership Scholarship, the WMC Booster Club Scholarship, the Beaver Booster Scholarship and a Football Scholarship. I le plans to attend Law School and major in International Law, get an M.A. in International Relations. and then embark on a career in International Law. KENT DEPNER, of Choteau. is a Physical Education Sports Medicine major with a minor in History. He was a member of the National Athletic Trainers ASSC. Inc.. Student Senator, Emergency Medical Technician and Resident Assistant. Kent was on the Dean's list, he received the Heiscy Foundation Scholarship and the Nasby Rhinehart Athletic Training Scholarship. 28WHO’S WHO JERRY RICHARD, of Vida, is a Broad field Industrial Arts major with a History minor. He was a member of Kappa Delta Phi and was the school mascot. He was active in dorm activities, ski trips, and intramural sports and a member of the I.A. Search Committee. As a member of the Industrial Arts Club he was Historian and Public Relations Officer as a freshman. Secretary Treasurer as a sophomore. Vice President as a junior, and President as a senior. I le was Vice President of KDP in 1985 and President in 1986.1 le was a member of the Newman Club, a student senator, and served as Elections Commission Chairman. Jerry lias been on the Dean’s List, he received the Greg Steward Memorial Scholarship for 1981 1982, and the Jim Sphere Memorial Scholarship for 1983 1984. He also received the "Golden Hammer" Award from the IA Club in 1985 1986. for extra-ordinary service to the Club. MARGIE O’CONNOR, of Butte, is an Elementary Education major with a minor in Reading. She played Intramural Volleyball, softball and flag football, and was active with ASWMC Activities Board. Margie was the Homecoming Queen for 1984 1985. She received a WMC Foundations Scholarship, and was on the Dean’s list for four years, and was a member of Kappa Zeta N’u and Kappa Delta Phi. VOYD ST. PIERRE, of Box Elder, is a Business Education major with a History minor. He was a Student Senator and was active with the ASWMC. Intramurals and wrestling. Voyd has been on the Dean's List, and received a General Scholarship. He also received the Tikalsky Scholarship. three times. LORRIANE DEYOTT, of Deer Lodge, is an Elementary Education major with a minor in Reading and History. She has been active as a Student Advisor, and was on the Orientation committee. She was Treasurer of MHA. Treasurer of KDP. and Jr. Advisor for the SPl'RS. Lorriane has been on the IXan's list, and was awarded the Foundation Scholarship. GUY MELBY, of Sidney, is Social Science Broadfield major with an Industrial Arts minor. He was Homecoming King his senior year. He was named to the All Academic football team for three years and to the All Conference football team for two years. He was captain of the WMC Bulldogs for two years. Guy was President of the M-Club and received the William C. Bierrum Memorial Scholarship. 29Kristy Amestoy Butte John Amestoy Augusta Stan Atchley Anchorage. AK Lisa Baas Troy Nadine Berg Wasilla. AK Kirby Bright Murtaugh. ID Matt Anderson Augusta Rick Arneson Anaconda 30Juniors Becky Brittin Butte Jean Bieler Sheridan Chris Bumgarner Divide Lorran Burdick Brady Jennifer J. Burger Butte Jodie Burklund Frenchtown Mark Burns Butte I.isa Carter Butte April Cheeseman Westminster. CA Deann Coffing Butte Mark Copenhaver Rudyard Beth Cracknell Alexandria, VA 31Douglas Crosby Deer Lodge Dianne Dighans Miles City Mark Durham Three Forks Pat Friel Butte William A. Gallagher Hast Los Angeles. CA Patti Hawe Butte Marta P. Ferguson Ft. Benton Danna Fitzwilliams Buxton Doug Fraley Big Fork Mike Housel Philipsburg Roger Jensen Arlce Mary Johnson Sidney 2Juniors Kurt Kohn Butte Colleen Latta Whitehall Brad Maddox Twin Bridges Sib Malee Anaconda Pam Malkovich Butte Donna May Anaconda Chris Mehring Twin Bridges Patrick Miller Tucson. AZ 33Jim Molek Buxton Bryon Morgan Aujrusta Shelley Mulcahy Butte Janice Muller Rudvard Jeanie Parker Columbia Falls Sandra Parrett Butte WUrn Moat a i« Coli |o 34 jjfMiJuniors Connie Petrovich Anaconda Scan P. Phillips Venice Beach. C.A John Risher Whitehall Jeff Roberts Wibaux Debra "Doab” Sather I.ibby Karen Shipley Butte Elaine Simonsen Sheridan Bert S. Storlie Cocur d' Alene, ID John Stromberg Boston. MA Carolyn Wilder Anaconda Becky Williams Stcvcnsville Kent Wright Dillon 35s o p H O M O R E S Tamara AI bee Chester Brett Arriaga ila crman. ID Valerie Beals Plains Dena Becker Dillon Brenda Black Dillon Jackie Black Butte Nicole Bramlett Columbia Falls Tim Bronk Dillon 36Sophomores Fred Buckmaster Fallon. NV Rayann Casey Dillon Britt Cooper Willow Creek Steven Criss Walla Walla. WA Teresa Bernard Crosby Darby Anita Cyr Lincoln Patty Davis Seeley Lake Tania Dreyer Clioccau Donna F.dington Libby Lynn Elser Sheridan Terry Faulkner Butte Chris Fellows Whitehall 37Cary Finberg Columbia Falls Annette Fisher Butte Rick Fletcher Machson. CT Jay Fredrickson Big Timber Kessie Galahan Augusta Melody Goodwin Palmer. AK Jeff Gruber Libby Craig Guelff I.olo Gary Hagerman Thompson Tails Jim flardy Fairvjcw Mike Harris Three Forks Sheila Hart Dillon 38Sophomores Jamie Hegstad Dillon Mary Heine Fairview Deana Hobbs Sula Diana Herrly Ilousel Butte William Jarvis Plains Dora Johnson Helena Weston Jones Whitehall Becky Kington Helena Marki Kissel! Butte Richey Kummer Belt' Mick Leary Butte Lynn Lemelin Dillon 39Jamie Lewis Corvallis Tom M. Link Oscoda. Ml Brett Maddox Twin Bridges Mark Malkovich Jackson Corinne Marchesseault Polaris Jan Martineau Kalispcll Tarnmie McDonald Judith Gap Scott Meissner Ft. Benton Cindy S. Merio Big Fork Verona Miller Dillon Brian Mogren Anaconda Eileen Moss Dixon 40Sophomores Susan Nate Blackfoot. ID Ld Newell Malian. ID Howard Peck Butte- Sandy Schmidt Fairfield Carla Schonsberg Butte Donny Sedivy Swan take 41Valeric Simonsen Sheridan Michael Smith Whitehall Ted Smith Columbia Falls Sherri Stark Eureka Bernadette Stewart Dillon Deanna Sullivan Great Falls Julie Sumpter Butte Dianna Super Pompion Lakes. W Dean Thompson Superior Lisa Von Bergen Cardwell Catherine Voss Dillon Penny Wagner Baker 42Sophomores James M. Webster Dillon David Wegner Briefer Christy Weigand Orangeville. ID Mitch Willett Iinnis Ebbanie Williams Ddl Bob Williams Philipsburg Janet Wingerter Billings Kevin Wooley Chester Wendy Woolsey Helena 43F R E S H M E N 44 Brad Barclay Anaconda Bruce Barron Kalispell Chris Belville Helena David A. Benson Helena Jean Blasey Buffalo. NY Ken Braun Baker Trish Brothers Kalispcll Colleen Brown CorvalisFreshmen Daniel F. Brown Choteau Rick W. Brown Kelt Russ Brown Dillon Sabrina Brunckhorst White Sulphur Springs Angie Burk Choteau Jason Butcher Lewistown Jim Buti Libby Linda Cady- Lame Deer Janet Cannon Dillon James Carlson Seattle. WA Davee Carpenter Butte Lisa Casagranda Bozeman 45Keith Chambers Poison Cheri Champine Dillon Bev Chapman Columbia Falls Jody Christiaens Valicr Allen Claussen Stanford Brady Cogdill Whitehall Cheryl Cox Fairbanks. AK Raymond Deegan I Fobson Kimberly Sue Denny Dillon Thomas John Donahue Anaconda Mike Ehlman Anaconda Jeannie Evans Corvalis 46Freshmen Merit Farrier Hot Springs Greg Fellows Whitehall Teresa Fettkether Dillon Trevis French Salmon. ID Roger Fuchs Opheim David Gertson I Iclcna Doug Gillespie Townsend Dean Gonser Great Falls Mike Grajek Moscow, ID Spina Grant St. Ignatius Rae Cille Graves Eureka Ann Green Anaconda 47Jim Guisti Centerville Julie Harrington Helena Kelly Harris Corvallis Veronica F. Hartman Glendive Kerrie Heard Butte Brenda Hoerauf Whitehall Wade Howery Dillon Laura Hughes Dillon Missy James Butte Jeff Johnson Sidney Mark Johnson 1 lazclton. ID Gina Joseph Corvallis 48Freshmen John Joyce White Sulphcr Spring Lisa Keating Lima Dave Kelly Chotcau Robert Kelly Choteau Barbara Kennedy Ennis Karla Kimmet Cut Bank Bob Kortum Anaconda Carla Lane Butte Wendy Liebman Anaconda Benedict l.ongie Dillon Jack Lubick Butte Bill Malone Anaconda 49James MacKedon Fallon. NV Lori Matthews Millings Robert May Gnce. ID Carol McMahon Moscow. ID Leah Alida Moulton Twin Bridges Lori Jo Mundstock Anaconda Trevor Naranche Dillon Nancy Nelson Hot Springs Denise Norbury Butte Scott Nor by Whiiefteh Bryan Nye Moscow. ID Doug Faddcn Plains 50Freshmen Will Pauley Dillon Michael Peterson Anaconda Myrene Peterson Dillon Audrey Phillips Medimonc, ID Brad Pluff Poison Dave Pochervina Butte Karla Ralls Hamilton Tina Rashleigh Butte Tracy Rebish Dillon Joan Redfield Twin Bridges Donny Roan Hardin Jill Roberts Whitehall 51Aimee Rosa Butte Susan Russel Great Falls Rod Rust Flaxville Ron Schilling Thompson Falls Lyndee Schoonover Dutton Dean Schultz Dutton Veronica Selway Dillon Mary Shotnokoff Drummond Julie Skinner Twin Falls. ID Becky Sorenson Dillon Jean Steinbeisser Sidney Annette Stephens Dbby 1 52Freshmen Scott Stephens Libby Richard Storer Idaho Falls. ID John J. Sullivan Butte Tammy Sutliff Helena Miho Takagi Tsushima. Japan Troy B. Thain Klawock. AK Brian Thompson Libby Susie Thompson Anaconda Jim Umber Moore Rick Walker Simms Dean Walsech Missoula I.ori Walund Anaconda 53WELCOME TO WHCS ClFETERIA ENTER HERE PLEASE Kathy Ward Libby Annette Webster Lima Shannon Wildes Seward. AK Trent Woodbury Burley. 10 Karen Woolverton Dillon Ben Yore Bliss. lO Pam Zarr Great falls Christie Zeiler Florence 54VjCi1. Douglas I readway. President. 2. Henry Worresr, Vice President for Academic Affairs. }. Vicki Lansing and Donna Rouse, administrative secretaries. 56Faculty anti Staff join together to inarch in Dillon s Labor Day Parade. 5. Division of Business Technology: John Garry, Denise Solko. Cheri Ji-meno. Bill O’Connor, Scott Davis. Jerry Furniss. 6. Becky Kendall, swimming pool supervisor. 7. Academic Resource Center: Jo Thompson, secretary; Larry Hyslop AV Micro Computer Lab Aid; David Olson. Director. 575. Keith Gosnell. English 5 6 7- rry Leith. English. 6. History Social Science: Rex Myers. Frank Busch. Jerry Hiton. 8. Clarence Kostclccky. speech and drama. 9. David Beier, Music. Jane Maddock. English American Studies, pictured, page I $9. 58I Faculty Staff 12. Frank Tikalsky. education. 15. Don Smith, education. 11. Ethel Longhurst, foreign language. 15. Physical Education: Bonnie Sheriff. Dave Kendall. Dona Wallace. 16. Division of Teacher Education: A. Eloisc Snavely. chair; Joan Clary. Director of Student Teaching; Linda Lucero, administrative assistant. 59I. Math: Tani Breen. Dan McGrath, Terry Cypher. 60 5. Frank Odasz. computer education. 6. Ken Bandelicr. biological science.Faculty Staff 7. Gary Cooper, women's basketball coach. 8. George Lots, maintenance supervisor. 9. Football coaches: Roger Willhite. Terrs- Idler. Scott Meihack. Richard Gardner. Standing: Don Christenson, head coach. 611. ON CAMPUS LIVING OFFICE: Bruce Chamberlain. Director of Residence Life; Kathy Plutt. secretary . Brian Dailey. Director of Auxiliary Services; Essie Later. PBX Operator. 2. SUPPORT SERVICES: Sharon Frank, supervisor. Wendv Liebman. Molly Malone. Kathy Mchring, Marilyn Hale. 3. Bert Kennedy, computer programmer. 4. BUSINESS OFFICE: Betty Barnes, cashier; Glen Leavitt, Director of Fiscal Affairs; Karen Throckmorton. accountant; Dorothy Seymour, personnel assistant; not pictured. Dennis Holschbach. controller; Francis Fields, accountant. Arleeta Howard, accounting clerk. 5. Al Clouner. custodial supervisor. 62 Faculty Staff 6. Mathews Mail Custodians Ruth Sutton, supervisor; Stan Smith. Rose Ford. 7. Betty Hanson and Betty Barnes dress up for the Staff Halloween l.unch at Papa T's. 8. Brenda Borjas. Snack Bar manager; Clarice Walters. Bookstore manager. 9. Physical Plant: Front row: Otha Graham. Ben Brown. Keith Trowbridge.Jim McPherson. Director. Back Row Johnny Phillips. Bob Bennett. Curt Pendleton. Stan Smith. 63:.0 A.Y.C,V. KYA.WmS. Mark Young, Director; C th hove, secretary; Chuck Sttufici. Ditcctot of Information; Karvlc twiv, secretary; Mene Williams, secretary; Jones. Continuing hducition Coordinator, George Nelson, Director Mumni and Placement. 2. blanche Me Minus "rises above the Kdinary" to promote the Mumni (buy i bed) Program. i V Jeanette Rector. Betty Hanson. registrar office; Sandra Kennedy, financial •aid office. •V Larry Link.Director of f inancial Aid. Mike Richardson. Acting Director of f inancial Aid.FACULTY STAFF Title III (Pictured on Pages 132-133): Dick Mandeville, Project Administrator; Craig VanHouten, Coordinator of Retention Programs; John Hammond. Systems Analyst; Ethel Hawkins. Coordinator of Basic Skills; Vicki Lansing, Secretary; Dawn Allen. Secretary; Betty Myers. Secretary; Cathi Love, Secretary. V John Ita. Acting Director of Student Activities and WARP Director. (y. ADMISSIONS: Theresa YVindcn. Associate Director; Linda Hdschbach. secretary. 7. Larry Mickethicr. Director of Admissions. Student Development, and Registrar. presents Cobb Foundation Scholarship to Janice Muller. 8. George Marinkovich. Director of Intramurals. 9- Leonard Baumgarten. counselor. 63s c H 0 L A R S H 1 P L U N C H E O N The sixth annual Scholarship Recognition Luncheon was held on October 9 to honor donors and recipients of prominent WMC scholarships. Sixty-three busincs firms, organizations and individuals this year have contributed scholarship grants in excess of $80,000 to 151 WMC scholars. The annual luncheon was themed on an appreciative note while also allowing donors and recipients to enjoy establishing new acquaintances. All recipients are to be congratulated for their fine achievements in and out of the classroom, which continues to enhance Western s reputation as one of the outstanding colleges in the Northwest. In addition to scholars pictured, the following also received awards: Christine Zeiler. Lisa Casagranda. Lori Jo Mundstock, Bill Malone, Nancy Nelson, Davee Carpenter, Kim Denny, Dianne Thompson. Duane Lamon, Karla Kimmet. Lyndee Schoonover. Diane Babcock, Christine Belville. Jean Blasey. Nicole Bramlett,James Buti.Joe Flood,Jon Gregory, Frank Kujawa. Barry I.annan. Carol Olson, Karla Ralls, Ted Smith. Todd Young, Linda St. Clair, Bob Weatherston, lien Yore. Chris Bumgarner. Shelly Ramberg, Lisa Keating, Raymond Deegan. Jeff Ferguson, Cary Finberg. Sherry Walker, Mitchell Willett. Brad Gleason, Barb Green, Bernadette Stewart, Teresa Fcttkether. Kirby Kauk. Corinne Marchesseault. Teresa Schladweiler. Elizabeth Armstrong, John Joyce, Jade Stokke. Kevin Blomquist. Voyd St. Pierre, Scott Norby, Kcrric Heard, Richard Walker. Patty Davis, Kelly Harris. Diana Herrly, Cindy Merlo. Bryon Morgan. Kristi Wetherbee, Russell Brown, Ed Claussen.Jodi Hegstad, Bill Malone, Michelle James. Shannon Wildes, Lana Evans. Left to right: Grc£ Stewart Memorial, Pat Doyle. AAl'W. Sandra Doyle. Jean Berjjeson. Heisey Foundation and Sophie Johnson. Janet Snyder Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Award and Heisey Foundation. Neil Snyder. 66Jim Spehar Memorial: Dan Sullivan Flanagan Memorial: Kaecille Graves Kiplcy-Yonce Memorial: Tracey Rcbish Mary Baker Emcrick Art. Back row: Jan Martincau. Becky Kington. Darlene Ware. Brenda Black. Gerald Brunkhorst. Fenny Boka. Susan Grayson. Eileen Lane. Seated: Lou Rae Myrhc. Deb Smith. Becky Williams. Mike Dvorak. Diane Carroll. Susie Arthur. 67 Booster Club, left to right: Veronica Hartman. Kenny Braun. Susan Thompson. Dennis Hound Roy Evenson Grants, back row: Anita Cyr. Janice Muller. Front row: Sib Malcc. Shelly Rankin. Cindy Bennett 68Washburn History Award: Mark Copenhavcr WMC Band, left to right: Kessic Galahan. Valerie Beals. Joan Red-field 69 70 72 The WMC Bulldogs were marked by success in 1985. With 25 Veterans returning to the team including 16 starters, a 4-win. 5-loss overall record was achieved. The 4-2 Frontier record gave them 2nd place in the conference. As Coach Christensen predicted at the beginning of the season. "We have a number of capable lettermen who appear ready for starting calls and our freshmen crop has the skills to shore up weak spots." Aiding Coach Christensen during the season were Head Trainer Dave Kendall, along with Assistant Coaches Scott Meihack. Roger Willhite. Terry Idler, and Richard (Barney) Gardner. Kirby Bright runs the ball for the Dogs. Front row, left to right: Jay Frederickson. Jay Titchbourne. John Joyce. Jeff Gruber. Merle Farrier. Tim Guisti. Ben Yore. Second row: Shawn Holmes. Bryan Nye, Steve F.amon. Doug Fraley. Richard Fletcher. Scott Norby. Grant Poor. Third row: Richard Storer. Ken Swanger. Kelly McKeever, Duane F.amon. Trent Woodbury. Larry Burk. Tom Donahue. Jason Butcher. Back row: Steve Buckley. Mark Johnson. Ken Waber, Greg Jared. Steve Lang. Greg Reynard. Weston Jones, and Ed Newell. Defensive SquadBulldogs stop Montana Tech's offense Hass Interference??! !! Offensive Squad Front row, left to right: Joe Tysel. Dean Schultz. Kevin Loucks, Jeff Aiken, Mike Crajek, Rich Whitmore. Second row: Bob McLauch-lin, Neil Brunett. Jody Durocher, Aaron Haidle, Jeff Roberts. Brett Arriaga. Shawn Roberts, Brad Fluff. Third row: Bill Gallagher. Kirby Bright. John Larson, Tim Sperber, Marlin Roan. Jim Umber. Trov Thain. Back row: Jim Cutler. Mike O'Harra, Rich Evans. John Sain, Robert May, Walt Delbo, Robert Rausch, Chris Ward. 74 Front row (kneeling from left k Trainer Teresa Schladwciler. Manager Lori Mathews and Manager l.ori Markovich; back row (front left r I lead Coach Tani Breen. Lisa Baas. Kcssic Galahan, Cindy Iknnctt. Anita Cyr. Laurie Larson. Kelly Kjerstad. Susan Nate. Debbie Sather, Angie Burk and Assistant Coach Fred Klafta. Western Montana s spikers. although displaying competitive performances throughout their campaign, had the misfortune to encounter the most-talented field in Frontier Conference history. Twin powerhouses Carroll and Montana Tech shared the league crown with identical 5-1 records, followed by Northern at 2-4 and Western 0-6. Coach Tani Breen's club, nevertheless, earned renewed respect from league opponents. The Lady Bulldogs repeatedly triggered major upset bids but lacked depth and experience to achieve those victories. On the brighter side, seven veterans return next year including junior hitter-setter Cindy Bennett, who earned an All-Frontier second team berth. "We played well together, improved game by game, and our women are looking forward to ’86," Breen summarized. "Our major challenge will be replacing team leader Laurie Larson, the lone senior on this year's squad, who was a season-long inspiration to her teammates."75WOMEN’S B A S K E T B A L L 76 Front row. left to right: Lisa Keating. Margaret Rose. Kathy Eatingcr. Tammy Sutliff. Barb Farmer. Dianne Dighans. Shannon Wildes. Barb Green. Back row: Assistant Coach Tanni Breen. Mary Johnson. Sharia Litvin. Lisa Casagranda. Spina Grant. Angie Burk. Chris Flinders. Jamie ilegstad. Linda Cady. Head Coach Gary Cooper. The Lady Bulldogs completed another successful year by placing third in the Frontier Conference. In his first year as WMC Women's Coach. Gary Cooper took his team to an 8 8 conference record with a 11-13 win-loss record for the year. Senior Kathy Eatinger was voted Frontier Conference's most valuable player and was named to the First Team All Conference, while Barb Green, also a senior, earned a spot on the second team. The team obtained a playoff birth, but the Carroll College Saints ended their chance of advancing with a 71-76 victory over the Bulldogs.MENS B A S K E T B A L L 78 Front row. let': to right: Craig Finberg. assistant coach; Casey Kelt , head coach; Back row Jeff Klliott, Ken: Stokes. Mike Haines. Pat Miller. Dean Walseth. Bert Storlic. Roger Fuchs. Shane Flinders. Keith Chambers. Brad Gleason. Vince Gundluch. Jeff Ferguson. Cary Finberg. The 1985-86 season showed the Bulldogs as a strong team. Their 12- 1 conference record with a 16-11 win-loss season record, placed the Dogs second in the Frontier Conference. Coach Keltz was named frontier "Coach of the Year”. Senior standout Jeff Ferguson, team's leading scorer was named to the Second Team All Conference. Cary Finberg, team leader in assists and steals, was named to the First Team All Conference. Although defeated by Northern Montana College in the Frontier playoffs, the Bulldogs moved on to the District 12 playoffs and beat Mary College of Bis-mark, N.D. with an eventual loss to South Dakota Tech. 70-81.w R E S T L I N G 80 Front row, left to righr: Ron Schilling. Dan McGrath, Weston Jones. Back row: Coach Larry Chambers. Mike Powell. Kipp French. Roy Strong, trainer. The 1985-86 season will be remembered as the year of beginnings. Wrestling was reinstated to a competitive status with a competitive schedule. The team competed to the best of their ability despite lack of experience, time off the mats, and a small team. Despite these problems each wrestler enjoyed success on the mat.c H E E R L E A D E R S BASKET BALL Front row, left to right: Janet Cannon, Gina Joseph, Back row: Jeannie Evans, Kathy Ward, Karla Ralls. FOOTBALL Left to right: Laura Seman, Missy James. Tara Shapiro. Tamara Al-bee. Not pictured: Annette Fisher.O w O O 82Six returning vets and a pair of newcomers comprised the 1986 Western Montana College rodeo club which opened at the Big Sky region competition in Helena. The women's team included just two members—returning sophomore Becky Kington. Helena, who last year finished fourth in Big Sky barrel racing, and freshman Davee Carpenter. Melrose, a barrel racer. Representing Western in the men's bracket were five veterans: -Brad Gleason, junior from Ennis; competed in steer wrestling, calf roping and team roping. - Brad Burns, junior, Helena; competed in steer wrestling, calf roping and team roping. -Ken Evans, junior. Helena; steer wrestling. -Jess McGinley, junior, Dillon; steer wrestling and team roping. -John Love, senior, Dillon; bulldog- SinS- -Matt Murphy, senior, Helena; the single newcomer with talents in team roping. WMC Rodeo Club officers: Brad Burns, president; Brad Gleason, vice president; Matt Murphy, secretary; Rooster Reynolds. advisor. Rooster Reynolds showing what rodeo is all about. 83T R A C tcLady Bulldogs Men Bulldogs Western Montana continued its domination of the Frontier Conference men's track and Field in Havre as the Bulldogs edged Northern Montana College. 92-86. behind the frosh trio of Jeff Elliott, Keith Chambers and Gary Derby. The victor)- was Western s sixth straight and 13th over the past 17 seasons. Despite a slim 11-man squad. Coach Nyles Humphrey's entry won nine of the 18 events. Elliott, a former Boulder prep standout, totaled 17 points with first places in the 800 and 1.300 meters and high jump, along with a 3rd in the 10.000 meters. Chambers, a newcomer from Poison. Finished with 121» points, after seconds in triple jump. 400. and high jump; third in 800. and a leg on Western's winning mile relay team. Derby of Whitehall added 12 points, winning both the 200 and 400 meter runs and was a member of both relay quartets. Other Bulldog champs included Mark Durham, pole vault; John Amestoy. discus; and Shawn Carder. 400 hurdles. The I.ady Bulldogs captured third place in the meet behind Rocky Mountain and Northern. Top point producer for the second straight year was Western's Anita Cyr. a sophomore from Lincoln, who won the 100 and 400 hurdles and 200 dash; placed second in the 100, and ran on the Lady Bulldog relay teams which won two of the three races. That brilliant effort earned Cyr 21'4 points, following last season's frosh debut of 16S points. Also authoring an impressive performance was Western junior Jean Bieler of Sheridan with 123 points. Her wide-ranging afternoon included a second in triple jump; thirds in 100 dash. 100 hurdles and long jump; fourth in high jump and fifth in 400 hurdles. Cyr and Bieler teamed with Lisa Baas (senior. Troy) and Barb Kennedy (freshman. Ennis) to win the 400 relay and 800 medley, along with a second in the mile relay. Baas added a second in javelin and third in 400; Libby junior Deb Sather placed second in shotput and third in discus, while Helena junior Cindy Bennett completed the WMC squad and posted fifths in javelin and discus. t With a cuccessful handoff. Gary Derby (left) anticipate a victory for the Dogs in the mile relay. (Plioto compliments of Havre Daily News) Lady Dogs Lisa Baas. Margaret Rose. Cindy Bennett and Jean Bieler. getting mentally prepared! 85 O M w 86 The annual WMC Smoker was an action packed evening. The fights were put on by the WMC M-Club. Western’s Rich Evans fought and won the main event. An estimated three Hundred and fifty fans were on hand to cheer the competitors on. Western's boxers were coached by David Dean and Terry Idler. Match results by weight class included: 1 y) - Brad Eli. Montana Tech, won split decision over Ron Schilling. Western Montana. HO • Chad Mussard, Dillon, won split decision over John Newby. Whitehall. ISO - Derek Pohle, Montana Tech, won by technical knockout in second round over Brent Holder. Western Montana. 1SS • Ron Hasquet. Montana Tech, won by technical knockout in second round over Shane Borchcrt. Western Montana. 170 • Steve Famon. Western Montana, won by technical knockout in second round over Zanc Durham. Montana Tech. 16S - Craig Guelff. Western Montana, won unanimous decision over Todd Bcrget. Western Montana. 190 - Chris Albrecht. Montana Tech, knocked out Bryan Nye. Western Montana, second round. 200 - Dan Roan. Western Montana, knocked out John Joyce, western Montana, second round. 213 - Ed Newell. Western Montana, won unanimous decision over Tim Irish. Montana Tech. 230 - Rich Evans. Western Montana, won split decision over Brian Niekert. Montana Tech Brian Nye: Go ahead, make my day - Hit Me. (above) Ring-girl Kathy Ward smiles to the crowd, (right)Fun With 87CAMPUS SPORTS 919293c L U B S A N D 0 R G A N 1 Z A T I O N s? I - - MA 1 HEWS HALL ASSOCIATION helps improve the living conditions and atmosphere in the women's dorm. I.etr to tight Chris Bclvillc. Diane Noble (President). Lisa Baas. Jean Biclcr. Bev Chapman. INTER VARSITY CHRISTIAN’ FELLOWSHIP offers a non-denominational service to our Christian students. Left to right back tow: Jay McAlear. Lana Evans.Joe Morstein, Karen Henke. Claudia Starkey. Middle row: Larry Chambers. Ron Brunckhorst. Collen l atra. Penny Wagner. Corinnc Marchesseault. Front row: Shane Cole. Theresa Windcn, Kevin Cooke.KAPPA ZliTA N'U is a social sorority and the oldest campus organization. Left to right: Jeannie Parker, Rhea Armstrong. Melody Goodwin. Lana Evans. Lisa Von Bergen. Blanche McManus (Advisor). Carolyn Wilder. Rhea Arm»- „ KZS s Homecoming Boat. 95ART CLUB function is to help students improve their artistic talents. I .eft to right: Darlene Ware. Diana Babcock. Lou Rac Myhre. Sue Grayson. Barney Bricnza (Advisor). Dianna Super checking out the tic dying colors (left). Gerald Brunckhorst trying to light a cigarette the hard way (below left). Ann Graves adding color to the scenery (below). 96KAPPA DELTA PI is a national organization that recognizes outstanding students in education. This groups official looking bunch (left to tight) Jan Martinrau. Jerry Richards. John Rishcr. Fat Hagan. Valerie Reals. Karen Shipley. Left to right back row: Jerry Richard. Kelly Case bolt. Barbara Kramer. I.ou Rae Myhre. Jean Bergcson. Brian Mogren.John Rishcr. Fat Hagan. Mark Copenhaver. Sandy Doyle. Fat Dayle. Joan Clary (Advisor). I awn Blair. Front row: Karen Henke. Lorric DcYott. Valerie Beals. Liu Carter. Jan Martineau, Karen Shipley. Christie Weigand. Loran Burdick. Dawn Loveland. 97CIRCLE K is a campus service club open to all students and is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. Left to right: Shelly Ramberg, I.ori Jo Mundstock. Bob Wcathcr-ston. Kim Denny (kneeling), Linda St. Clair, Sib Malec. Dr. Rex Myers (Advisor). Never too young to get involved with WMC activities (below left). Kim Denny hamming it up (below). 98STUDENT ADVOCATES is a group which gives prospective students a tour of the WMC campus and its facilities. Left to right: Theresa Winden (Advisor). Sherry Walker, JoeTysel. Ron Beck, Cindy Bennett, and Lyle Longhurst (pictured below right). Ron Beck and Dave Ashcraft playing ping pong without the aid of paddles (below), Lyle Longhurst contemplating Life and the Universe as well as what's for lunch (below right). Clubs and Organizations 99I N D U S T R I A L A R T S Student's talent, creativity, and hours of hard work were shown during the Industrial Arts Festival held April 25 - 26. Among the exhibits were refinished pieces, leather tooling, and drafting. Many materials were used in the exhibits such as wood, metals, leather, and plastics. The festival featured projects done in the classrooms of Clay Anders. Scott Davis. Dan Scott, and Jim Valach. The overall winners in each division are as follows: Leather - Todd Young Art Metal - Frank Kujawa Plastics • Stan Atchcly Lapidary - Kip French Wood Turning - Charlie Evans Metals - Frank Kujawa Beg. Wood • Stan Atchel) Drafting - Kip French Ad. Woods • Bob Wcathcrston CAD Drawing • Lief Amundson Toy Making • Linda St. Clair Right: IA advisor Scott Davis checks the edge on a students piece. 100Below: Tom Sullivan. Lyle Longhurst, Linda £t. Clair. Phil Odegard. Bob Weatherston. Jerry Rich-' ■ard. Jerry Turner, Ken Jones. Kip French, Dan Sullivan. Scott Davis; advisor.“)HDQwZH o O W (4 Z S w Z H 102 Left to ri ht. back row: Tim Sperber-Scnator. Sib Malec-Senator. Mark Burns-Senator, Chris Pctcrson-Business Manager. Bob Crumlcy-Prcsidcni. Middle row: Penny Wagner-Senator.Jenny Butorovich-Vicc-Prcsident. Gary Butorovich-Senator, Melody Good-win-Senator, Sieve HowerySenator. Front row Jean Bergeson-SenatOr. Carolyn Wilder-Secretary, Cindy Mcrlo-Scnacor, Anne Marie Guidoni-Senator. Student Government at WMC is responsible for allocating activities paid by students. Some of the areas of responsibilities which fall under their jurisdiction include Activities Board, the Game Room. Day Care. W A R P., SI B Improvement. Intramurals, and Wescolitc. Student interest in campus affairs such as the food service and dormitory life are also the concern of the student government, along with interests in state affairs at Helena. All work and no play is not Bob.Jenny and Steve's motto.This year not only were offices filled by the student elections, but two referendums were also part of the political arena. One issue involved lowering the GPA from a 2.5 to a 2.0 for Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates and lowering the requirement for Senators from a 2.2 to a 2.0. The other issue decided on was whether class presidents should be included as voting members of the student government. Both referendums passed. The primary election also narrowed the field for the presidency. There were originally three candidates: Melody Goodwin, Ann Marie Guidoni. and Tim Sperber. The primary left Tim and Ann Marie to face off for the general election with Tim Sperber winning the office. Steve Howery ran unopposed for the vice presidency, while seven people ran for senate seats. Elected were Mark Co-penhaver, Jan Martineau, Jeff Gruber. Sib Malee, and Joann Nelson. Cindy Merlo and Bekcy Williams led unsuccessful campaigns. Ann Marie Guidoni campaigning for student body President (left). Greg Ross swearing in Tim Sperber as President and Steve Howery as Vice President (below). 1031986 Activities Board Members - Left to right back row; Greg Ross. Advisor John Ita. John Risher, Tim Spcrbcr, Lana Evans. Ray Deegan. Joan Steinbcisscr, Cheri Champine. Kammy Rogers; Middle row Dennis Round. Shelly Jenkins. Gina Joseph. Haiti Davis. Laura Seman. John Joyce; Front row: Chairperson Sib Malee. Activities Board is the group responsible for providing the entertainment for Western s students. Through their efforts the Free Movies on campus are available. They also arrange many of the various dances such as the Welcome Back Dance and the Hawaiian Dance. Concerts and comedians are also brought in for student enjoyment. Homecoming is another of the many events sponsored by Activities Board. The Activities Calendar telling of the happenings of the semester is a by-product of this group s efforts. Homecoming candidates fex Activities Board were Una Evans and Sib Malee (left). 105cr Id c 3 106 Back row left to right: N'icolc Bramlctt. Verona Miller. Deanna Sullivan. Tania Tavenner, Jan Mattincau, Middle row: Kessic Galahan. Julie Sumpter. Anita Cyr, Front row: Patti Davis, Corinnc Marchesseault. Bernadette Stewart. Cindy Mcrlo. Tara Shapiro. Penny Wagner. Spurs is an international organization for outstanding sophomores. They serve the college and the community through vo-lunteerism. as well as uphold the traditions of the college and support good will through their efforts. This group was named Outstanding Service Organization on Western Montana College's campus for 1985-86. The officers included President Cindy Merlo. Vice President Anita Cyr, Secretary Corinne Marchesseault. and Treasurer Bernadette Stewart. Spurs are advised by Miss Donna Wallace.D R A M A The Gargoyles, WMC’s drama club, originated in the 1920 s. They participated in every aspect of drama including set construction, makeup, acting and publicity. Alter a short period of inactivity the Gargoyles returned to action. With the help of sponsor. Clarence Kostelecky. and president Linda St. Clair the group has participated in many campus activities. They elected Julie Skinner and John Joyce as their Homecoming candidates. The Gargoyles have also helped out the Halloween Haunted House and Chamber of Commerce Great Pumpkin Party. The Gargoyles had two productions of their own this year. Last fall they did a play called "Mystery of the Black Abbot.” Their spring production was titled "The Wind in the Willows." (Right and below) Actors showing their stuff in the fall and spring performances. 107Mary Wenner Thomas Richard Cordelia Lynwood Harry Alford Mrs. Glover Alice Leslie Gwyn Arthur Gwyn Fabrian Gilder Monkey Puttier Constable Mrs. Leonard Darian Weaver Fred Buckmaster Chris Fisk Gina Joseph Russ Brown Anne Williams Anjanett Hawk Becky Williams Brian Mogren Russ Schwandt Wes Myhre Doug Crosby Shannon Frishkorn 108CAST Mr. Mole Mr. Rat Widow Badger Mr. Toad Jack Weasel Jen Weasel Tom Weasel Tilly Weasel Mrs. Otter Portly Otter Chauffeur Policeman Penelope Bill Alf Weasel Cook Brian Mogren Russ Schwandt Anjanett Hawk Bob Weatherston Gary Myers Leigh-Ann Whitworth Tracey Rebish Jackie Overton Kinf Denny Laura Myers Ted Thompson Fred Red Field Misty Dye Shannon Frishkorn Jackie Overton Lori Jo Mundstock 109M U s I c WMC's music department consists of three major groups. Pep band, Chorus, and the Cantabaliers. The Pep band provide spirited music at many college events such as basketball and football games. The Chorus and Cantabaliers gives WMC students with vocal talent an outlet for their ability. The Cantabaliers went on 1500 mile tour of high schools in central Montana during the spring semester. They also performed at several college functions including the Associates dinner and the Madrigal dinner. The Chorus also performed at the Madrigal dinner and performed at a Spring Concert. Right: Cindy Mcrlo plays a mean saxophone during the Tail Homecoming Parade. Below: The Cantabaliers. Front row: Lorran Burdick. Greg Sictscma. Dick Sietscma; director. Kammy Rodgers. I.es Williams, and Susan Arthur. Back row: F.ilecn Moss. Patti Davis. Mike Housel. Dianna Housel. and Gina Joseph.Ildow: "Bcggers" from Cantabalicrs at the December Madrigal dinner include Greg Sictscma, Mike House!, and Susan Arthur. IllY E A R B O O K S T A F F 112 Due to lack of interest - tomorrow has been fS. r.w CANCELED The staff of the 1985-1986 yearbook would like to acknowledge Mrs. Ethel Hawkins for her years of service for the WMC Chinook. Mrs. Hawkins has been the advisor for our yearbook for the past ten years, but has moved on to her work in the Title III program. Her hard work and guidance will be missed. Thank you. Mrs. Hawkins, for all your time and effort. To fill the vacancy left by Mrs. Hawkins. Ms. Trinda Myers (right) and Ms. Theresa Win-den stepped in and filled the spot. Their guidance and help in finishing out the year will not be forgotten.I.ytc Longhurst (above, left), the reliable element of our group. Kathy Plutt (above), the one to pull through at deadlines. Ronnie Selway (below) hung on to the end with hope for next year. 113Maybe if I ignore this computer it WILL go awayBetter half 115 116 DIRECTOR OF RESIDENCE LIFE: Bruce Chamberlain SECOND DAVIS: Front row. left to right: Mike VC'ethcrbce. Matt Anderson, Bryon Morgan. Back row. Steve Mattcson. Greg Ross. Mark Copcnhavcr.RESIDENCE LIFE RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: Fronc row Diana Noble. Cindy Merlo, Gail Miller, Marta Ferguson, Ann Marie Guidoni. Nicole Bramlctt. MATHEWS HALL DIRECTOR Deb Hofmann. RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: From row: Kelly McKcever. Tim Spcrbcr. Sib Malee. John Rishcr. Back Row: Todd Ackerman. Chuck Buus. Dave Gcrtson, Gary (iavcrfield. Assistant Hall Director. 117 Diana Noble and Tim Spcrbcr win top honors in the Halloween Dress your RA contest.IIRST MAIN. Front row. left to right Angie Burk. Cindy Mcrlo, RA; Shannon Wildes. Julie Harrington. Lisa Casagranda. Heather Hull. Pam Zarr, Sabrina Brunckhorst. Bernadette Stewart. Carol McMahon. Wendy leigman. Teresa Fettkether. Susie Thompson. Kathtinc Ward. Ixona Myers. Karla Kimmett. Aimec Rosa. Jean Blascv. Shelly Ramberg. Kerrie Heard. Tina Rashlcigh. I.ori Walund. SECONDJORDAN. Front row. left to right: Deb Sathcr. Jodelle Christians. Susie Arthur, Sandra Par-rett, Claudia Starkey. Back row: Sheila Buckley. Dianne Dighans. Diane Silk. Ann Marie Graves. THIRD CENTENNIAL. Front row. left to right: Dean Thompson. John Sullivan. Britt Cooper. Middle row Tim Guisti. Kevin Woolcy. Darren Dunn. Chuck Buus. RA. Back Row Brian Mogren. Jeff Elliott. Brian Thompson. 118RESIDENCE LIFE Oh What a Sight!? Heather Hull and Carol McMahon. SECOND CAMPUS MATHEWS. Front row. left to right: Annette Fisher. Colleen Brown. Second Row Jamie Lewis. Jeannie Evans. Anita Cyr, Gina Joseph. Back row: Kessic Callahan. Deanna Hobbs. Karen Ternes. Dora Johnson. Gail Miller. RA. SECOND CENTENNIAL. Front row. left to right: Raymond IXregan. Jim Umber. Back Row: Bob Kelly. Peter Bentley. Kelly McKccvcr. RA; Kevin Smith,Joe Flood. Mark Durham. 119THIRD CLARK. From row. left to right: Kirby Bright. Tim Petritz. Robert Rausch. Dave Meeker. Middle row: Steve Lang. Shawn Roberts. Jeff Gruber, Weston Jones, Jim Buti. Sib Malee. RA; Ted Brackc. Back Row: James Doyle. Barry Woods. Bruce Barron. Frich Dale. THIRD DAVIS. Front row. left to right: Mike Maincs.Joe Tysel.Jeff Ferguson. Scan Phillips. Back row Brian Tierney. Ron Brunckhorsr. Paul Stetzner. RA; Ed Newell. Shawn Carder. Mathews Mall residents anxiously crowd Cookie Bar II to check on daily mail from worker. Janice Muller. 120RESIDENCE LIFE BASEMENT MATHEWS. Front row, left to right: Missy James. I.ori Mathews. Nancy Nelson. I.aura Seman. Middle row: Nicole Bramlctt. RA; Linda Cady, Veronica Hartman. Back row Kim Denny. Karla Ralls. Lisa Keating, Barbara Kennedy. Campus residents John Rishcr. Darren Dunn, and Dennis Round celebrate Hawaiian Days. SECOND CLARK. Front row. left to right: Rick Walker. Rob Westfall. Bill Gallagher. Rich Fletcher. Brian Nyc. Rob Cummins. Bill Malone. Dave Wegner. Back row: Kelly Koke. Robert May. Tim Sperber, RA; Mike Grajek. Brett Arriaga. Will Jarvis. Pat Miller. Dean Walscth. 121Sandy Schmidt taking a little R n' R in Mathews Hall Lobby. SECONDJORDAN. Left to tight: Shaun Scott. Todd Ackerman, RA; Gary Derby. Bob Williams, Tim Harper. Dave Murto. Dave Gertson. THIRD MAIN MATHEWS. Front row. left to right: Cindy Bennett. Chris Belville. Miho Takagi. Back Row: Bev Chapman. Jean Beilcr. Margaret Rose. Barb Solf. Connie Petrovich. Lisa Baas. Diana Noble. RA. Kelly Harris. I.ynec Schoonover. Lorin McrtiBeld. 122RESIDENCE LIFE FOURTH CLARK. Front row. left to right Jason Butcher. Allan Clausen. Donny Road. Mike Grajek. Jay Titchbourne. I ave Tcrnev Middle row I can Schultr.John Risher. RA. Floor Mascot. Aaron Haidte.Troy Tham. Scott Norby. Ron Schilling. Trcvis French. Back row: Dan Brown. Steve- Matteson takes time out to read up on his horoscope. FIRST CAMPl'S MATHEWS. Front row, left to right: Ann Marie Guidoni. Tamrnte McDonald. Marta Ferguson. RA. Spina Grant. Middle Row: Joan Redficld. Nancy Kennedy. Becky Britton.Joan Stcmbeisser. Christie Zeiler. Kristy Norman. Back row Sandy Schmidt. Margaret Lough. Val Ericson. Denise Norbury.Jan Martineau. Tara Shapiro. IX nna May, Paula Steele. 123D A Y C A R E In March of 1984 the ASWMC provided funding for a Campus Day Care Program which would extend its services not only to part and full-time students but to faculty members as well. Since that time enrollment has been constantly increasing. The Day Care Center (located in the basement of the SL'B) has facilities for children from the age of 6 months to 12 years. The program promotes physical, emotional, and intellectual growth of the children. The children participate in many recreational activities as well as educational exercises. Three highly trained teachers under the direction of Denise Kirkpatrick provide quality learning programs, safe facilities, and a positive environment in which the children can grow. Fifteen work study are employed at the center to help keep operations running smoothly. Right: Through experience. Denise Kirkpatrick has learned that dramatized storytelling is effective in capturing an audience. Below; Mead teacher Patty Waggie demonstrates that an old innertube can provide hours of entertainment for creative young minds. 124Below. While taking a walk through the campus, the children's attention is attracted by a game of frisbcc. Bottom left At the center the children get an early start at building friendships. Bottom right: Do what and go where?!(Above) Hi. Sports Fans (Right) Look. Mom—I found a friend.FriendsZOU ZOE-d 128 During the 5th Annual Alumni Phonathon 24 student callers under the direction of George Nelson, raised S23.107.50 in pledges. Student callers were volunteers from Circle K, Rodeo Club, and Spurs. They received a total of 804 pledges. Deanna Swift was the top caller. She received 108 pledges totaling $4,600. The money raised during the phonathon went toward Alumni publications, scholarships, recruiting expenses, and dorm improvements. Some pledgers requested that the money be used in a department of their choice such as Art. Music, and Athletics. Pleased by the progress of the phonathon. Deanna Swift adds another pledge to her long list (Top). Mow much did ya say?" • Wendy Moscly.130131$ 1.7 M I L L I O N $ TITLE III TO IMPROVE WMC Title III is, basically, money in the form of a grant that has been targeted to assist deserving schools to improve their capabilities in performing those functions assigned them by our school system. Through the efforts of Pres. Douglas Treadway and the Administrative Council, a grant in the amount of just under SI.5 million was awarded WMC. This money is to be used over a period of five years to develop new programs designed to enhance the present capabilities of the school in its responsibility for turning out qualified college graduates and teachers. In order to qualify, it was necessary that the administration and faculty identify those areas in which the money would be used. Five areas were identified. Programs for three of these areas have been formulated and will be in force by the beginning of the next term. The other two programs will be started at a later date. With the lack of funds, and with fewer teachers, it is becoming increasingly difficult to turn out well qualified college graduates, not just from WMC, but from nearly any college in the United States. Many high school graduates are seriously underprepared in some areas when entering college; some arc lacking in proper study skills, others do not have the basic knowledge of English, grammar, composition, reading, or mathematics that is needed in order to be properly prepared for entry into the higher education system. Nearly every one would agree that this responsibility should lie with the high school system. But it is standard knowledge that our high schools are not fulfilling this responsibility, therefore it has fallen to the colleges to expend much of their time and money preparing entering freshmen for entry into the university system. The goal of Title Three is to better prepare colleges to perform their basic job of teaching, and also assist them in developing programs that will attract students to WMC. and. once they are here, a retention program that will help retain those students who have indicated a desire to become part our university system, and discourage transfers and dropouts. Dick Mandevillc (left) was named Coordinator for the program. With the assistance of his secretary. Cathy I.ovc (right), he is responsible for coordinating the overall program He will be assisted by Mrs. Ethel Hawkins. Mr. Craig Vanllouten. and Mr. John Hammond in the three programs now scheduled to be implemented in the fall semester of 1986. As we now enter a period that has been termed the "Post-industrial Period", we are seeing the demand for more and better education growing every day. The social and technological changes during this period will demand better schools, and more qualified teachers in order to cope with a future we do not yet foresee or understand. More and better education will be a necessity. Title Three could very well be the shot in the arm that will put WMC in the forefront in this new and exciting future. 132I. Mrs. Hawkins (left) title is Coordinator of Basic Skills. Her secretary is Vickie tansing (right). Mrs. Hawkins is responsible for developing academic programs for underprepared students. The program is being designed to help underprepared students to gain academic success, and will include pre-college level courses in reading, writing, mathematics and study skills. Computer and video technology will be used extensively in this endeavor. Mr. Vanlloutcn s(left)title is Coordinator of Retention. He is being assisted by his secretary. Betty Myers (right). Their efforts will be channeled toward initiating, or improving, programs designed to improve services for the students, develop a viable retention program, and provide counseling service. Areas identified thus far arc Academic Advising. Orientation. Identification. Intervention. Residence Life. Counseling. Academic Support. Student Activities. Admissions, and Policy Changes. In order to provide greater educational opportunities for students, a complete satellite TV reception system will be installed at WMC. The system will be capable of receiving and recording educational and cultural broadcasts from the satellites, and there will be provisions for showing them in both the Sl'B and in the AV lab. Mr. Hammond (left) has the title of Systems Analyst. With the help of his secretary. I awn Allen (right), he is responsible for developing programs to improve WMC’s administrative capability in order that the staff and faculty may more effectively manage scarce resources. A DEC VAX ll ’W minicomputer, with all necessary software, will be the heart of this program. Complete records for all students will be entered into the system ready for instant recall. A calendar will be maintained to provide instant data on where every one is. or will be. at a given time and date. There is practically no limit to the many and varied services that will be available to the school, and for the students, with this system. Above all. it should be of great benefit in the struggle to turn out more and better qualified students while at the same time reducing expenses. 133 A L U M N I W E E K E N D Below: Just palling around at the Hawaiian Dance. Bottom. M.C. Sib Malee tells it like it is. Alumni Activities started off Friday night when comedian Arnold Mukai entertained students and faculty in the Student lounge in the SUB. Arnold Mukai was from Seattle, Washington. Included in his act were several side-splitting impersonations of Bruce Lee and John Wayne. Muaki was a four time finalist in the Seattle Comedy Competition. Saturday evenings entertainment was the traditional Hawaiian Dance. Music was provided by a charismatic, five member band from Washington called Nasty Habit. The band has been together for eight years and has been playing in ski resorts, night clubs, and universities all over the Northwest. Nasty Habit provided hours of entertainment for an arena full of students. 134135Nothing not even the snow could put a freeze on the Alumni activities. Friday's events started off with the 6th Annual Hall of Fame Banquet. Ten honorees along with friends and family members gathered in the Lewis and Clark Room. With Monty Hankinson as Master of Ceremonies the following honorees were inducted into Westerns Hall of Fame: Baseball- Bob McChesney of Kalispell Track- Mitch Makris. Ogden. UT; Dick Doyle. Eugene. OR; Brad Vinning, Missoula; Rich Huckle, Fallon. NV. Wrestling: Mick Corr. Dillon; Mick Davis. Great Falls. Basketball- Dick McGuire, Ennis; Godfrey Saunders of Bozeman. During the ceremonies N.C. "Skeets" Murray was awarded the Meritorious Service Award. For 37 years Skeets Murray owned and operated the Skeet Cafe. During this time was a friend to all at WMC. He assisted the college, faculty, and students in every way he knew how. Saturday afternoon Don Christensen's club clashed with Westerns former greats on a snow covered Vigilante field. Because of 20 degree weather the game was shortened to ten-minute quarters. With 2:49 left in the first half the action began to heat up when Western Quarterback Mike Grajek's pass connected with sophomore sensation Rob Cummins for the only score of the game. But the former greats wouldn't give up so easy. Quarterback Dale McQueary and Fullback Dale Latimer Fired three yard-gaining drives; only to be stopped by linebacker Ed Newell. Newell picked off two consecutive passes of McQueary's. Western won 6-0 over the Alumni. Top: Gina Joseph find that enthusiasm is the best way to beat the cold. Above: Alumni quarterback Dale McQueary passes over the outreached hands of a Western defender to gain the extra yardage needed. 136Right: Mike Grajek (10) and Brail Pluff (21) prepares to cleat the way for Kirby Bright ($4). Below right: Jeff Ferugson and Diane Diggin braving the cold. Bottom right. Jeff Gruber (26) puts up a good fight with the veteran before joining the rest of the pile on the snow covered field. 1373. OUTSTANDING BUSINESS AWARDS: Ken Swinger. Kathryn Berryman. Jerry Furniss. presenter of BUSINESS EDUCATION AWARDS. Recipients not pictured: TWO-YEAR BUSINESS. Sandra Kennedy, and Corinne Marchesscault. FOUR-YEAR BUSINESS. Neil Snyder. 4. MARY BAKER EMERICK ART SCHOLARSHIPS: front row Jan Martineau. Sue Grayson. Debbie Smith Gross. Leslie Dippold, Becky Kington. Carol Olson. Diana Super. Back row: Jim Corr, presenter; Chris Fellows. Todd Berger. Greg Sietserna. Brian Tierney. Mike Peterson. James Buti, Tom Kumakowa. Barry Woods. Joe Flood. Tim Perm . HANCOCK - EMERICK ART AWARD: Danna Fit williams. not pictured. 5. ED CEBULL ALUMNI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Lou Rac Myhre. Jane Middock, presenter, Jean Bergeson. Not pictured: SHAKESPEARE CLUB-GE-NEVIEVE ALBERTSON MEMORIAL AWARD: Diana Housel. RUBURN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Brian Mogren. 139STUDENTS NET OVER $45,000 1. INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARDS: 1. LA. GOLDEN HAMMER AWARD: Jerry Richard. Scott Davis, presenter. Not pictured: GREG STEWART MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Tresis French.JIM SPEHAR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. Daniel Brown. 2. ChiefJustice. Greg Ross, swears in new senators: Mark Copenhaver. Carolyn Wilder. Joann Nelson. Chris Peterson. Sib Malee.Jan Martineay. Jeff Gruber. STUDENT SENATE AWARDS: TERRY WATTERS LEADERSHIP AWARD.Jean Bergeson; STUDENT GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS: Jenny Butorovich. Steve Howery. I.ana Evans. Penny Wagner. 140 3 ROY EVENSON LEADERSHIP PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOLARSHIPS: Kristy Norman. Lou-Rae Myhre. Theresa Winden. presenter. ROY EVENSON LEADERSHIP AWARDS: Aimee Rosa. Joann Nelson. Mark Copenhaver. not pictured.4. TRINDA MYERS presents the ROY EVF.NSON CHINOOK GRANT to Veronica Selway. ROY EVF.NSON ALUMNI SERVICE AWARDS: Deanna Swift, plionothon: Dan Sullivan. LA. not pictured. 6. Dr. Henry Worrest honors Lyle I.onghurst with the RUSH JORDAN CUP. SCHOLASTIC HONORS WORK STUDY SCHOLARSHIPS: Barbara Kennedy. Allen Claussen. Rhea Armstrong. Valerie Beals. Christy Weigand, Donna May, Kent Depner. ZELLA FLORES CUP: Julie Anders Parker, not pictured. V MUSIC AWARDS ORDER OF THE JEWELED MASK Recipients: Bob Weatherston, Linda St. Clair. Fred Kcdficld, not pictured Chris Fisk. RALPH MCFADDEN MUSIC CL P. Dawn Blair; BAND SCHOLARSHIPS: Becky Sorenson. Kristy Wcthcrbee, John Joyce. Kelly Harris. Kessic Galahan, Wil Jarvis. FACULTY ASSOCIATION AW ARD: Cindy Merlo. COBB FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP Janice Muller HEISEY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS. Tanic Dtcycr. Lorann Burdick. Karla Kim-mett DAVIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: William Gallagher. A.A.UAV. SCHOLARSHIPS: Marta Ferguson. Verona Miller. WESTERN WOMEN SCHOLARSHIP Una Evans. KAPPA DELTA PI SCHOLARSHIP Sandra Doyle. JUDY FOCHER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Shaun Novich. ELIZABETH MONGER JAYCEENS SCHOLARSHIP Teri Rooky. PANHELLENIC SCHOLARSHIP Lisa Keating. WASHBURN HISTORY AW ARD John Faust. ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP: Kelly Case bolt. IVCF-BRIDENSTINE SCHOLARSHIPS: Kip French, Penny Wagner. WILLIAM BIER RUM SCHOLARSHIP: Rich Evans. JAY LA-LONDE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS: Cary Fin-berg. Roger Fuchs. MAIF.R MILLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS: Margaret Rose. Jeff Gruber. CIRCLE K AW ARD W AYNE MYERS TRI-K SERVICE AW ARD: Jack McClure. 141Seniors Greg Ross. Lorri DeYott, and Molly Malone are escorted to the graduation ceremonies, held in the gymnasium, (above). Blake Sevalstad. right, is hooded after being awarded a Master of Education degree. 160 graduates received degrees from Western. Graduation ceremonies were highlighted by various features. Keith Parker. Asst. Professor of Science, spoke about "Allies: new and reconsidered." In addition, the Dillon Community Orchestra played processional and recessional pieces. The WMC Cantabaliers performed a combination of musical selections. Beatrice McCarthy, representing the Board of Regents, briefly discussed the future for WMC. Along with the presentation of Alumni awards to distinguished Alumni, the Class of 1936 was recognized for their 50 year reunion. Julie Anders Parker was Valedictorian of the Class of 1986.nr Speaker Keith Parker addresses the gathering of students, their families, faculty, and guests (above). Senior Val Ericson receives her diploma from President Doug Treadway (left). Below, retiring business professor Dr. John Garry bids farewell to graduates and colleagues. 143144Graduates of the Class of 1986 prepare for ceremonies (facing page), while anticipation mounts. Distinguished Alumni Margaret Hagen-barth and William Roberts acknowledge receipt of their awards (left). Below, members of the Senior class enjoy a brunch with their families. Pictured are (directly below) Susan Iverson and Dan McGrath with Susan's parents. Two brothers. Geoffrey and Barry Smith, share their graduation success with their parents. In addition to the festivities mentioned, graduation included a 50-year reunion for the class of 1936. 1 151985-1986 was a year of challenge for the world as well as Western Montana College. These challenges caused many changes along the way. This is important, however, in that without change things can not grow or become better but only remain as they were. As throughout history, each passing year presents challenges which we must rise up and meet. The tension between the IJ.S.S.R. and the I .S. is an ever present force which the leaders of these countries recognize. Meeting together at the end of 1985 in Vienna was a step in trying to address this problem. The social plight of the world, both abroad and at home in America, received attention as well as financial help through efforts such as Hands Across America. Farm-Aid. and Band-Aid which were spin-offs of I'SA for Africa. . Tragedies such as the loss of seven astronauts in the Space Shuttle challenger explosion brought to life the reality of the price that can t be paid for exploration and development. Challenge was also presented to the world in the fight against terrorists and opposition suchV Vi as Kaddafi. The nuclear accident in Russia created a problem which had to be dealt with be the world, not just the IJ.S.S.R. All tijest events and more provide the building blocks for history, each one challenging us to change so we are able to move on. Western Montana College also spent a year going through transitions and standing up to challenges. A massive turnover in administration gave us a new President, I)r. Douglas Treadway, as well as a new Academic Vice-President. J)r. 1 lenry Worrcst. along with new people in many other administration positions. This was also a year of faculty changes as new personnel was added and many veteran teachers retired. The Title III Grant provided needed money to help meet the challenge of providing quality education to Western's students. This was even more welcome as the legislature found it necessary co make cuts in Montana's educational budget. As with the world scene, tragedy struck at home with the loss of fellow classmate Trent Woodbur in December. | A special thanks goes to manv individuals for their help in making well as Mike Dvorak for providing many of the photographs used I who put in effort to complete this job. A sincere thank you i arbook possible: I om ;mcf tb fWfon Tribune as rs. Sato for her photographic work, along with all the others to you all. 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