The Western Wire (Dillon, Mont.) 2002-2004, October 30, 2002, Image 3

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Western Wire Page 3 Campus Wire 'l'ite' W e s t e r n W i r e Faculty Profile Mr. Michael Morrow Recently, The Western Wire caught up with Mr. Michael Morrow, who is new to campus this year. Mr. Morrow was good enough to give us the low-down on his deepest, most personal details. Q- What was your biggest reason for coming to Western? A- “ I really enjoyed the fact that it was a small school and that it was lo­ cated in the Rocky mountains.” Q- What do you enjoy doing in your free time? A- “I have a hard time finding much free time, but when I do, I enjoy hunting, fishing and just being outdoors.” Q- What do you remember the most from your college experience? A- “ I will always remember my friends and just being able to meet and get to know new people.” Q- Who did you look up to when you were growing up? A- “My parents were major role models for me when I was growing up.” Q- What would be your last meal? A- “My last meal would defintely be venison, with Lipton noodles and a potato.” Q- What is your favorite musician or group, movie and vacation spot? A- “My favorite musician would be John Denver, my favorite movie would be, “The Big Lebowski” and my favorite vacation spot is the Bob Marshall wil­ derness. Let's everybody give a Big Dawg wel­ come to Mr. Morrow as one of the latest arrivals to the campus community. Did You Know?? Strange but true! Only a very small percentage of those people who have eaten tomatoes have actually lived to be over a hundred years old! Sort of makes you wonder, doesn't it? Millionaire\ for teaching classmates about developmental theories. Need Help with Your Studies? the Edu­ cational Opportunity Program is There for You Don't forget folks! The EOP offers a variety of sevices to the campus community! Julianna Clayton, tutor for the Learning Center through the Educational Opportunity Program office, assists a student with a writing assignment Sports Update Bulldogs Boot Kodiaks in Cage Opener W alter Dean The UM Western cage crew led by Josh Keller and Brandon Day easily dis­ posed of the Kodiaks from Lethbridge, Alberta. Keller was the spark on offense with 20 points and 7 assists while Day cleaned the boards and scored 16. Solid team defense was the key to the early lead for the Dawgs. By the middle of the second half the lead went to 26 points. The Kodiaks whittled it down to nine before another run fueled by the hustle of Derrick Hibbert put it out of reach. Bobby Creamer dropped three 3 point­ ers for the Dawgs while the Kodiaks were led by Amron Gwilliam with 13 points. The next basketball action for the Dawgs is against the Sons of Blue Angels! Look for the posters for game date and time. SUPER DAWG FRIDGE MAGNETS MANUFACTURED ON CAMPUS Manufacturing Technology 441 has completed a mass production exercise designing, planning, modeling, invest­ ing in and producing a product for sale. The “Super Dawg Fridge Magnet “, sug­ gested and managed by Walter Dean is the outcome of this project and the Dawg magnet has some bite. The key elemen in the product is the rare earth magnet which gives it superior holding strength These same magnets are used in hare disc drives on your computer. They re ally stick things to the fridge door, un like those Oreo Cookie look alikes. Time Magazine will stick to your refrigeratoi door all day log when attached with one of these Bulldawgs. SuperDawg Magnets can be purchased at The Cup, The Campus Bookstore, orfrom members of the Manu facturing Technology class. 3 9 0G/07 oi4-7C_o 238KT NP m

The Western Wire (Dillon, Mont.), 30 Oct. 2002, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/TheWesternWire/2002-10-30/ed-1/seq-3/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.