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IV The Wescolite Student Newspaper Homecoming November 3, 2004 9 Homecoming a Great Success Katie Bacon Oct. 4-9 was set for UM-W estern’s annual Homecoming and Hall of Fame Weekend. This year was a great success with plenty of people supporting the football, volleyball and basketball teams as they bravely took on their adversaries. Students, staff and Alumni all took part to make this year great. This year included three dress- up days, the Annual Window Paint­ ing Contest, Alumni Basketball games for both men and women’s teams, the Block Building dedica­ tion, Alumni and Friends Barbe­ cue, football and volleyball games, and the 22nd Annual Hall of Fame Banquet. This years dress up days were PJ day, Western day and UM-W Spirit day. All three days had a lot of students and staff showing their sup­ port for W estern. The UM-W Cheerleaders were out in full force on Friday handing out prizes to cam­ pus people who showed the most school spirit by wearing red, white and black. Friday was a busy day for the basketball teams as well. Both Var­ sity teams took on Western Alumni in separate games. Both teams em erged victorious over the Alumni. The Window Painting Contest judging also took place on Friday. The winners of this year’s contest were Amanda Brown and Chelsea Goodwin from Centennial Hall. Saturday was filled with events and games. The day started out with the Block Building (formerly OC Building) dedication. Everyone then moved down to Vigilante Sta­ dium for the Alumni and Friends Barbecue. UM-W Cheerleaders ’ were on hand for face painting for the kids in attendance. At 1 pm, the UM-Westem Bull­ dog Football team took on Rocky Mountain College in a Frontier Con­ ference showdown. The Bulldogs came out on top once again winning 31-13. The Western Lady Bulldogs then took to the volleyball court at Straugh Gymnasium for a Confer­ ence game against MSU- Northern. The Lady Bulldogs fought hard but were overcome by the Skylights one game to three. During half time for the football game, the nominees for Homecom­ ing King and Queen were announced. Nominations for each club were as follows: Student Am­ bassadors- Michelle Smith and Coo­ per M uraoka; Business Club- Theresa Dryden and Cory Creighton; Chi Alpha- Emily Spitzer and Levi Vanzee; Drama Club- Dani Arps and Travis Crismore; Intramurals- Sa­ rah Green and Dustin Brown; Ro­ deo Club- Michelle Wock and Chase Erickson; Student Senate- Krystal Roberts and Anthony Anderson; And Music Club- Teddy Clouse and David Lawson. Representing the UMW cheerleaders was King Ryan Tuttle and Queen Casey Barry, who won this year's title. Saturday evening was the 22nd Annual Hall of Fame Banquet. Five alumni from three different sports were inducted into the Hall of Fame: Mike Culter, Dan Olson and Manny Garza for football; Shawn Fossen for Wrestling; and Jess Mar­ tin for Rodeo. This years events were great thanks to the help and support of all those at UM-Westem. Congratulation to all those who participated in events and were given awards! Way to go Western! Block 3 TEXTBOOK BUY BACK Wednesday November 17 8am - 4pm Only your local college store has the textbook you need right now - in the exact edition your professor specified and at a fair, reasonable price. No shipping charges, no hassles, no delays. Campus Bookstore Hours: M-F 8-4 406-683-7283 w y P i o n e e r ^ F ederal S A V I N G S A N D L O A N Pioneer Federal Savings & Loan CHECKING ACCOUNTS ATM/DEBIT CARD FREE INTERNET BANKING VEHICLE LOANS ON SITE 24 HOUR ATM Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Drive Up: 7:30am-5pm 32 North Washington Dillon, MT 406.683.5191 www.pioneerfed.com Equal Housing Lender / Member FDIC

Wescolite (Dillon, Mont), 03 Nov. 2004, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Wescolite/2004-11-03/ed-1/seq-9/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.