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Vol. 12, No. 1 Eastern Montana College of Education, Billings September 26, 1958 C 2 Drawn Salutes Frosh (See Story on Page 2) Herbert L. 'Steele COLLEGE PRESIDENT EXTENDS WELCOME TO NEW STUDENTS The faculty and student body join me in welcom- ing each of you to Eastern's campus for the beginning of another eventful year in your life. Many and varied will be the reasons that students have for seeking to obtain additional educational experience. Usually these reasons can be summarized in two statements. You de- sire advanced education and specialized training to pre- pare yourself for a proper place , in our complex society of tomorrow. You wish to develop your range of social interests in accord with your level of educational achieve- ment. The possibility of the total satisfaction of your de- (Continued on Page 2) Ken Karr FORMER ILLINOIS COACH TESTING TALENTS OF GRID HOPEFULS Coach Ken Karr continues to groom his Yellow- jackets for its opener with Westminster at Salt Lake City, Utah, tomorrow with twelve returning lettermen headed by two-time all-conference guard Leo Schlenker, And co-captains Ron Ewing and Blase Dilulo. The Yellowjackets, runner-up in last year's Mon- tana Collegiate Conference, had sixty candidates out for its opening practice session. Returning lettermen in- clude John Novasio, Bill Hilton, Bob Korin, Frank Gal- laher, Stafford Hersrud, Ron Adams, Don Rothschiller, and Larry Mayes. Competition for all positions seems keen as practice (Continued on Page 3)