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PAGE SIX THE DILLON, MONTANA, DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINER MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1962 Ten Western Montana College Seniors Named to 'Who's ♦in 1959 and started her college career at Western in that same year. She is an active member of the Newman Club, is a member and past officer of the KZN, and is the current president of the Chanticleers. Last year, Jane ven tu r e d in the journalism aspect of her career by being the asso ciate editor of the Chinook. Jane has consistently been a high honor scholar here at West ern and has received several bonuses on the basis of her scholastic standing. ■ (From the WMCE Wescolite) ♦ Ten seniors have been named to represent Western in the 1962 edition of Who’s Who in Ameri can Colleges and Universities, it was annunoced by Professor Joe Ryburn, Chairman of the Schol arship and Awards Commitee. These ten were nominated on the basis of demonstrated ability and leadership. The fortunate ten this year are Karen Bergum, Shawn Davis, Jane Duncan, Jack Gillespie, Dick Jonasen, Jean Lindquist, Joe Malletta, Mary Paulin, Jeanette Rogers, and Ed [ Wright. Karen Bergum Karen came to Western as a graduate of Helena High in 1959, and since that time she has been very active in various campus ac tivities. She has been secretary-treasur er of the student MEA and an officer in SEA. Karen is also a ! member of Kappa Pi, and Chorus, \ and is this year’s president of KZN. Last year, Karen was the hard working editor of the Chin ook which is a glowing example of the work she has done for Western. Jack came to Western in the fall of ’59 following his gradua tion from Helena High, and he has had a very productive four 'years here in the field of sports. His agility on the gridiron won him a berth on the all-conference first team both last year and this year, and this year he won a special honor for being the leading pass receiver for the NAIA. In the winter, Jack can be seen playing intramural basketball, and in the spring, he is one of Western’s top-flight j a v e l i n throwers. Jack has been both a member and an officer of the M Club, and this year he was elected to the Student Affairs Committee. Shawn Davis Shawn graduated from White hall' in ’59 and then came to Western as a transfer from MSC. He is noted for his warm person ality an4 rodeo ability, and he has done much to spread the name of Western far and wide. Shawn has won numerous awards for his skill at staying on the livestock including all-around cowboy for the Regional Intercol legiate Rodeo held here in Dil lon in the spring of ’61. Also in that same year, he brought West ern and himself the highest hon ors by winning the World’s In tercollegiate Championship for Saddle Bronc Riding. Jean Lindquist Jean came to us as a 1959 grad uate of Poplar High, and she has contributed much to Western dur ing her four years stay here. Jean’s popularity can be attrib uted to her sparkling personality and her ability to sing. She has been an active member in both Chorus and Music Club, and has done several vocal performances for the student body at various activities. | She used her talent last year in the all-school production of ,“Li’l Abner” and has had sever al occasions to use it since. Jean has also been a consistent honor roll scholar. Jane Duncan Jane, who is a home-town girl of Dillon, graduated from BCHS Need a sign? The Daily Tribune has about every kind you can think of. As a graduate of Shelby in the class of ’59, Joe came to West ern that same fall and began his very active college years. Joe can just about be called an all-around man; he has shown his ability as an athlete, a thes- pian, a student leader, and a scholar. In athletics he has been very valuable to Western as a hard running halfback. He has been in several of the college plays, is a member of the M Club and the Gargoyles, and is this year’s Senior class president. Last year, he was the associate editor of the Chinook, along with everything else, and at the same he managed to keep up his honor roll grades. Dick Jonasen Dick entered Western as a grad uate of St. Ignatius in 1959 and has been in the limelight for most of his four years here. He laid the foundation for his leadership abilities last year as an active member of the Student Affairs Committee, and this year he has had the opportunity to demonstrate this ability as our very energetic Student Body President. In the winter Dick finds time to play a little basketball, and in the spring he can be seen throwing around the horsehide on the baseball diamond. Mary Paulin Mary came to us from St. Regis where she graduated in 1959. She has taken an over-load ev ery quarter and will obtain her degree this March after only eleven quarters. Mary has given much to West ern through her pleasant smile and active participation in her various organizations. She has been a member of the Chorus and has taken part in all the pro ductions. She is a member and past officer of the Intervarsity Felowship and a member of the Chanticleers. During her stay here, Mary has maintained a high scholastic standing, and upon graduation she wants to teach elementary work in a Montana school. Ed Wright Ed is a man of many tal ents. He enrolled at Western in the fall of ’59, as a graduate of White Sulphur Springs, and im mediately began his participation in Western activities. He has played four good years of football for the Bulldogs, and this year was named to the all conference first team. In the spring Ed is one of Western’s top shot-putters, and he has been known to really heft the big ball out there. Last year, Ed was nam ed as the “junior man of the year” on the basis of his outstand ing scholastic and leadership abil ities. He was also awarded one of Western’s honor scholarships for being among the top of the school in grades. \ Roget’s Thesaurus of words and phrases, invaluable for those at a oss for the right word at the right time. Dally Tribune. Jeanette Rogers Jeanette is the third member of Helena’s class of ’59 to make the Who’s Who this year and she has brightened Western greatly in her four years with her out standing talent in art. She has been both a member and an officer of the Art Club and the Kappa Pi and has consis tently received Western’s honor scholarship for her top scholastic standing. Jeanette plans to be married to Harry Campbell at the end of this ■quarter and then to finish her schooling in elementary edu cation. General Fishing Closes N o v . 30 The general fisihing season will clbse on Nov. 30, the Montana-Fish and Game Department reminds anglers. Some catches are reported of big trout in many of our streams, especially brown’s accord ing to the department. Gertrude Kutz Receives English Scholarship (From the WMCE Wescolite) The recipient of the Genevieve Albertson English Scholarship for 1962-1963 is Gertrude Kutz, a 1957 graduate of Libby High School, where she was a member of the national honor society. Her selec tion, based on demonstrated scholarship in the field of English, character, and promise, was made by the members of the English department and recommended by them to the Scholarship and Awards Committee. This award, established in honor of Miss Al bertson by Western alumni and many of her friends, is granted yearly in the amount of $100.00 to be applied to the student’s reg istration fees during the senior year. Miss Kutz is the Second West ern student to receive thè Gene vieve Albertson English Scholar ship. The first award was made to John Harrington, Butte, who is currently teaching English at' Chinook High School. CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. (FH- TNC)—Marine Corporal Alvin D. Cahoon, son of Mi*, and Mrs. Al vin A... Cahooni of Glen; recently completed a course on- leadership techniques conducted #at the Mar ine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. The four-weeks of instruc tion cover basic military law, drill, general , military subjects and hand to hand combat Seventeen Receive Master’s Degrees Last Summer At the end of the regular sum mer quarter, several people fin ished work on their Master’s of Science in Education. People receiving their Master’s are as follows: Larry Paul Ad ams, Dillon; Edna Cottrel Berts- che, Butte; Michael Dan Boka, Las Vegas, Nevada; Lawrence F. Buckley, Butte; Norma F. Coon, Busby; Gisela Leona Gramling, Butte; Earl Holman, Moses Lake, Wash.; James L. Keef, Calif.; Margaret Mary Lofoiey, Butte; Helen Luz, Low ell, Mass.; Dorthianne Boka Mc Dowell, Las Vegas, Nevada; Wil liam P. Nash, Calif.; Dick Simp son, Chester; Earl Watts, Twin Bridges; Michael Lacey, Reno, Nevada; George C. Brown, MEA office, Helena; and Alice Harris, Shelby,