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Western Homecoming events a big hit Jessica Lee presented the colors in Western fashion at the WMC Homecoming football game Joe Forcella and Lynn Goddard, homecoming king and queen, share their moment JP Plutt Photos * game Wednesday night Western Homecoming winners announced Western Montana College capped a busy week of homecoming activities with a 30-20 football win over the Montana Tech Orediggers. The Associated Stu dents, Alumni and Dillon residents were active in the week of activities preceding the game. Crowned at halflime of the football game were Joe Forcella and Lynn Goodard, king and queen, and Kevin Stokes and Ashley Murfitt, prince and prin cess. Forcella and Goddard represented the WMC resident assistants, Stokes the M-CIub and Murfitt the WMC Ambassadors. The parade Saturday afternoon looped from the school down through the business district. I.A. Club, Spurs, and Rodeo Club placed first through third in the float division. First floor Jordan Hall, Chi Alpha and the WMC Ambassadors placed first through third in the group division. Football Coach Bob Beers and the senior players addressed u large crowd at the bon lire Friday night before the game. The powder puff football game, a popular event, matched freshman and senior girls against team of sophomores and juniors in a game of flag football. I The game was called a tie, 21-21, in the fourth quar- ! ter when the action became too physical. I A semi-formal dance Thursday night featured the i m u sic of The Mex. The b’c-rtana o divisori n fne ho me co g parade Saturday. WMC cheer squad members Shay Petritz and Keith Allen cross dress tor the powder puff football game. I è V