Trojan 1974 - Yearbook

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Trojan 1974 - Yearbook

University of Minnesota Technical College,

Crookston Vol. 8

t r oja n '74


1973-74

LuAnn Miller was selected Homecoming

queen. Her attendants were Paulette Swanson,

Raana Grant, Sandra Jagol, and Laurel Olson.

Activities included a folk concert by Robbin

and Linda Williams at the Trojan Inn. The

"power puff" football game planned for Thurs-

Radiant LuAnn Miller, a fashion merchandising major, was

crowned 1973 Homecoming queen.

TheTrojan football team defeated Fergus Falls in the afternoon Homecoming game.


Homecoming

day was rained out. Coronation dinner was

held Friday in Bede Hall. Saturday, a caravan

left the campus left the mall to the football

field. The Trojans defeated Fergus Falls Junior

College and a victory dinner followed. Gravel

Road played for a dance at the Upper Deck.

Button, button have you bought a homecoming button

Chairwomen Julie Henderson persuades Roger Hagen to purchase a

homecoming button.

Homecorning royalty included Paulette Swanson, Thief River Falls; Raana Grant, Richfield; Queen

LuAnn Miller, Balaton; Sandra Jagol, Angus; and Laurel Olson, East Grand Forks.

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Snowstorms and freezing temperatures discouraged this year's

snow sculpture construction. Only one group completed their sculpture

to take first place.

evening activities included competition among

The male legs contest found contestants vying for such titles as hairiest legs, sexiest legs or something extra. Jeff Sorenson

came away with most honors.

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Sn odays

male students and faculty members in the

Male Legs contest. Hockeyball tournaments

held Tuesday and Wednesday brought the

greatest number of participants and spectators.

Championships were held Wednesday evening

with the “kingfishers” and “on-campus gals”

victorious. Snoday‘s royalty were announced

Thursday at the Red, White and Blue Grass

Concert. Jan Oen and Willie Clayton were selected

Queen and King. Attendants were Paulette

Swanson, Lois Christianson, Gary Wagner

and Bruce Hodek. The dance with “Colours”

playing was held Friday at the Eagles Lodge.

Competition in the hockeyball tournament was rough with lots

of bumps and bruises for those who couldn’t maintain their footing

on ice.

King Willie Clayton and Queen Jan Oen were presented

Friday to begin the 1974 Snodays dance, the final

activity of the week.

UMC is transformed into a “winter wonderland” as 1974

Snodays begins.

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Spring Formal

Faculty and students enjoyed themselves at the annual spring formal.

Jan Oen and her escort dance to the music of

kogie".

Provost and Mrs. Sahlstrom lead the Grand March with spring formal co-chairpersons Linda Schmitz and Dave Bergh.

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Dinner was held at the Upper Deck followed by the Grand March and dance at 9.

Taking a moment to relax are Dave Currier and date.

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Undefeated Trojan football team captures

first state champions hip

The victorious Trojan football team ended

their season with first in conference, first in

state and fourth in the nation. All-Conference

players for 1972, Ron Green and Mark

Linnell, were selected as co-captains.

Starting right, the team defeated Mayville

28-0 and continued on to obtain a 9-0 record

for the season.

Coach Ramey was picked as the 1973 Football

Coach of the Year.

Linnell and Gary Wagner were selected to

the Little All American national football

squads. Linnell was also voted most valuable

offensive player and Jim Reichstadt most

valuable defensive player

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Co-captains Ron Green and Mark Linnell display the state championship

trophy. UMC defeated Lakewood 28-45.

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Football coaches Deryl Ramey and Joe Bartlett.

Fire up Trojans! UMC mascot Doug Bertilson fired up spirits at

Trojan football games.

ROW 1: Mike Spiva, M. Pucceralli, B. Bolden, John Money, T. Heibert, J. Jenkins, D. Arets, R. Becker, P. Brodeen, D Anderson, D. Zitzloff,

R. Gunderson. ROW 2: J. Dehler, D. Rose, B. Snook, R. Boily, K. Genderson, B. Hodek, M. Linnell, R. Green, G. Toutges, G. Wagner, J. Rogalla,

L. Faul, C. Strommer, R. Hagen. ROW 3: Assistant Coach J. Bartlett, J. Kukowski, P. Slinden, M. Mortenson, J. Reichstudt, G. Gallagher, M.

Poppel, D. Bye, F. Kelson, J. Dawson, F. Thompson, M. Uttermark, W. Clayton, K. Evenson, D. LaFrinere, C. Knudson, Manager D. Hoff, Head

Coach D. Ramey.


Injuries, low morale meant

With players injured and discouraged team members not playing, the Trojan hockey team did not fare well in competition. The remaining

skaters played hard under the leadership of coaches Bartlett and Habstritt and provided fast action for Trojan spectators.

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3 7 Northland

3 6 Northland

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7 4 Hi bbing

2 11 Mesabi

2 7 Concordia

5 11 Hi bbing

5 12 Mesabi

10 16 ltasca

5 7 Bemidji

5 3 La kewood

1 5 La kewood

3 7 Northland

3 7 Concordia

4 9 Northland

10 6 Rainy River

6 8 Rainy River

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struggle to finish season

Jim Clauson received the Mike Davis Memorial Award and the most valuable player

award.

Trojan victories were in competition against

Hibbing, Lakewood and Rainy River.

R. Gustafson, M. Hallie, R. Martin, T. Woodard, B. Smith, K. Pearson, W. Maran, L. LaCoursiere, (BACK ROW) Coach Bartlett, J. Clauson, D.

Coauette, D. Sage, J. Noel, B. Bergan, B. Waage, Assistant Coach Habstritt.


BB team ties for second

UMC’s basketball team had a good season with 13

wins and 10 losses.

With only three returning lettermen, Dale Jenson,

Mark Kummer and Leo Schneider, the team had to

learn to work together under the guidance of Coach

Bachmeier.

Andy Kelson was voted the team’s most valuable

player. He also received awards as a member of the

All-State Team and second team of the All-Region.

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North Hennepin

Williston

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Lake Region

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Northland

Rainy River

Fergus Falls

Mesabi

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Brainerd

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Hibbing

Rainy River

Fergus Falls

Brainerd

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Fergus Falls

Rochester

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in conference

Andy Kelson, Dale Jenson, Rick Buening and Dave Juve line up to Coach Bachmeier's

directions.

C. Knudson, M. Kummer, J. Lindell, T. Poehler, C. Holtman, L. Schneider, R. Heiraas, D. Juve, F. Kelson, S. Putikka, A. Kelson, D. Jenson, R.

Beunins.

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Trojan grapplers end season 11-3,

UMC's Wrestling team took the Northern Conference for the

third straight year and went on to place second in the State

Championship. Five wrestlers went on to compete in nationals.

Coach Mosher was named Coach of the Year. Mike Hanton

placed third in the nation and was voted most valuable player by

the team.

M. Hanlon

J. Dehler

R. Couette

A. Whitesitt

J. Sannes

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Loss

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second in state, 18th in nation

The Trojan grapplers won their 3rd straight North Conference victory and

Coach Mosher (left with Athletic Director Herschal Lysaker) was selected

Coach of the Year.

Headed for national competition are coach Mosher, Mike Hanlon, Randy Coauette, Jerry Sannes, A. Whitesett and Joe Dehler. UMC

placed 18th out of 110 competing schools. Mike Hanlon ranked third out of 340 wrestlers competing.

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Spring sports: track,


golf, tennis and baseball

Tennis team members includeTom Feiro, Kim Lindblom, Scott Pearson, Jim Larson, Ken Kopischke, Don Vellekson, Virgil Flock.

T. Polhler, T. Smith, C. Kern, T. Tumberg, R. Cunderson, D. Zitzloff, S. Putikka, (BACK ROW) Coach Bartlett, D. Jenson, D.,Juve, J. Lindell, R.

Muir,T. Geizer, K. Pearson, T. Dahle, S. Gregorson.


Intramurals and extramurals

Craig Knudsen and Dave Zitzloff won the intramural ping pong championshipat

UMC and extramural in Hibbing.

Intramural volleyball was held in Knutson gym during

winter quarter.

Girls track team members competed in extramural competition. The girls are Advisor Jean Gust, Krista Buen, Nancy Finstad, Jan Oleson,

Marie Dahlgren, Debbie Rierson and Margie Mueller.

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Cheerleaders

Football: Marsha Steinbrink, Laurel Olson, Advisor Kathy Mach, Gail Hangsleben,

Raana Grant.

Wrestling: Diana Fossum, Irene Sirek,

Elaine Brost

Basketball: Gwen Bertram, Diane Halvorson, Jill Hutchins, Candy Lykken.

Hockey: Pat Schultz, Cindy Sindelir, Raana Grant, Deb

Severson, Sue Straw.

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Government draws many

Student Representative to Regents

Randy Soderstrom

All-University Senators

Ken Porter, Brent Jacobsen

Student Senate officers for 1973-74 are Jeff Sorenson, president; Fred Parnow,

vice president; Marsha Steinbrink, secretary, and Linda Schmitz, treasurer.

Not pictured is Dave Bergh who was elected vice president spring quarter

when Parnow left school.

Spring presidential elections found candidates Ken Porter and Gary Myer in

a tense series of reelections caused by improper filing and campaigning. Final

decision to pick Myer was made by Student Senate.

All-University Senate Committee Members

Steve Lucht, Lynn Weberg, Becky Anderson,

Julian Yerbich, David Bergh, Randy

Soderstrom, Jeff Sorenson, Marcia Denison.

Student Senate Faculty Advisors

Don Keith, Dale Knotek

Roger Aspevig, Bob Johnson

Campus Assembly Student Representatives

Jeff Sorenson, Dave Bergh, Julie Henderson,

Marcia Denison, Randy Soderstrom, Ken

Porter, LuAnn Miller, Jan Oen, Jim Ertl, Dale

Hoff, Lynn Finstad, Tom Messelt, Cindy

Tranbee, Mike Schultz, Linda Schmitz, Ron

Green, Jan Lamoureaux, Mark Floding,

Allen Paulson, Cecelia LeGare, Russel Steer,

Raana Grant.


Lending support to Student Senate President Jeff Sorenson as senators Lynn Finstad, Marcia Denison, Dave Swan, Julie Henderson and Harold

Mickelson. Mark Floding and Doug Albin also served as senators.

Elections were held in the fall for senators. Students

who voted received Gift Pax.

Newly elected officers for 1974-75 are Dale Hoff, vice-president; Marie Dahlgren,

secretary; Gary Meyer, president and Connie Kroll, treasurer.


“Well received,” drama group sees 2nd year

UMC’s drama group, the Trojan Players, began

their second year at UMC with “A Company of

Wayward Saints.” the play was presented during an

Italian dinner organized by an HRI seminar class. The

play told the story of man’s life and his relations to

the peoplearound him.

Acclaimed as “the best performance of the Trojan

Players” was the winter quarter performance of

“Dark of the Moon.” Based on the Ballad of Barbra

Allen, it dealt with the superstitions of the Tennessee

mountain people in the early 1900’s.

Final production of the year was “Last of the Red

Hot Lovers”, a play by Neil Simon. The action centered

around a married man looking for excitement

through extramarital affairs. His three attempts at finding

a lover put him in some ridiculous situations and

made for humorous entertainment.

Director AI Filipi supervises make-up application before performance

of the fall play “A Company of Wayward Saints.”

“Dark of the Moon”, a play based on the Ballad of Barbra Allen,

was presented Winter Quarter.

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In "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," Barney (John Sproat) attempts an affair with

would-be actress Bobbi Michelle (Lynn Jacobson).

Barney gets trapped by neurotic housewife

Jeanette Fisher (Julie Holm).

The young lovers (Rob Peterson and Lynn

Finstad) are presented during "A Company of

Wayward Saints."

Cast members for "Last of the Red Hot Lovers (FROM FRONT) Connie Thoreen, Julie

Holm, Lynn Jacobson, John Sproat, Lynn Mullins (advisor), Barb Beyer, Pat Corrigan, Bill

Fuchs (assistant director), AI Filipi (director), Jack Rauenhorst, Rob Peterson and Murray

Pommier.

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Girl Fridays

UMC’s 23-member Girl Friday Club is an

organization for secretarial majors.

The Valentine Tea is an annual event honoring

secretaries from on and off campus. During

the tea, members of the club presented a

humorous skit on the job applicant.

Members of the club also participated in the

Minnesota Office Education Association

convention.


Campus Ministry

Way up in the attic of the White House you’ll

find Sister Bonnie, head of Campus Ministry.

Her lounge is always open for students to

relax and chat or talk about problems.

Campus ministry sponsored numerous activities

throughout the year. Campouts were held

at Maple Lake, rap sessions with local clergy

and recreational activities kept interested students

busy.

Sister Bonnie’s office is located in the White House attic.

A national day of fasting, humiliation and prayer brought

students and staff to the mall for a noon prayer session.


Vets and Vets' Sweethearts clubs support

(ABOVE) UMC vets held memorial services in honor of Vietnam Veterans' Day. (BELOW) Officers Leonard Holtz, President Doug Bertilson,

Bud Janousek and Kim Krueger.


campusand community causes

The Vet’s Club presented Polk County Day Activity Center with a $100 donation

towards their purchase of a van.

The Vet’s Sweethearts collected green stamps for the day activity center and participated in the memorial ceremony for Vietnam dead.

BELOW, Sweethearts Theresa Ryan, Karen Lamecker, President Brenda Bertilson, Secretary Linda Ingebritson, Linda Houkom and Advisor Josie

Bartlett.

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Park and Rec, Conservation

An interest in the outdoors and quality of the environment draws

students together. Individual interests can be developed through

membership in the Conservation, Park and Recreation and Horticulture

Clubs.

Activities sponsored by these groups included a smelt fry, placing

of boxes for use by wood ducks in nesting, erection of a seven-foot

bird feeder on the mall, three planting and Earth Week.

Earth Week activities included tours of the natural history area, a

photo contest and speech contest with environment as the theme

and a guest speaker.

In recognition of Arbor Day, May 2, the Hort

Club planted a tree on the UMC campus.

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and Hart Clubs

A bird feeder was placed in the sunken garden on the mall by members of

the Conservation Club.

Kathryn Masanz was one of the tour guides during

Earth Week tours of the natural history area.

Over 250 persons observed signs of wildlife during tours of the Red River Valley Natural History

Area as part of Earth Week activities.

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Ho rsem aste rs, judging teams, s kyd ivi n g,

UMC’s newest organization, the Transculture Club, was formed to

encourage interest in the customs of other countries. ABOVE members

practice a Greek folk dance.

A variety of interests call for a variety of

organizations.

UMC horsemasters held their first show this spring

with a good turnout and successful competition.

The livestock and crops judging teams participated

in national judging competition. Both teams

made impressive placing in several areas of

competition.

“Are you crazy Try skydiving!” Motivated by this

challenge, UMC organized its first parachuting club

this spring.

HSMA (hotel, Sales and Management Association)

members are involved in advertising, marketing,

banquet and convention sales in the hospitality

industry

Claudia Soderstrom, Horsemasters president, presented

the flag during the organizations first horse show.

Meeting to plan their horse show are Rae Ann Bartz, Lyle Wick, Linda

Houkom, Patty Halfman, advisor Josie Bartlett, Lori Butzin and President

Claudia Soderstrom.

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HSMA, and transculture clubs

Livestock judging team members include Mike Schulz, RaeAnn

Bartz, Jim Ertl, Wayne Moen, Truman Tilleraas, Lyle Wick, Lynn

Meberg and Jeff Sorenson.

Members of the skydiving club practiced

jumping then waited for clear skies to try the real

thing. And waited. And waited.

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Host club greets visitors;

UMC's college choir and male chorus performed at

various programs and banquets this year. The choir

was composed of sixty students with Mrs. AI Croone

as director. They presented a Christmas Concert and

entertained at the Torch and Shield Awards honors

banquet and commencement.

Other students developed their musical abilities

through participation in band. Tony Kuznik found

time away from his administrative duties to serve as

band director.

UMC's hosts and hostesses were on hand throughout

the year to welcome visitors and conduct tours.

Gail Johnson and Tom Feiro served as co-chairmen

with AI Croone as advisor.

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choir and band entertain

Greeting visitors is the responsibility of hosts and hostesses AI Paulson, Mary Kay Kasprick, Diana Fossum, Mike Kurre, Mark Floding, Julie

Henderson, George Orlovich, Steve Empting, Marvin Mortensen, Tom Feiro, Janet Utech and Wayne Omundson.

Dr. Kuznik directs the band during a practicesession.

Jan Oen, Irene Sirek and Lu Miller wait for the signal to begin playing.

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Sahlstrom: speaking, planning, sharing

Finding Dr. Sahlstrom isn’t always as easy as knowing where his office is.

UMC’s provost can be found meeting with visiting administrators, honoring

those who have given service to the school or chatting with students.

Jovial Marie Nelson gets a plaque and a big hug for

her contributions to UMC.

New regents, Moore and Vander Kooi, talk with Dr. Sahlstrom after their first visit to UMC.


Speaking before numerous organizations about the benefits of a technical education keeps Provost Sahlstrom on the go.

Planning the Dr. Sahlstrom Elks Country Club tournament are

Sahlstrom, Harold Oprgrand and Bill Montague.

Sharing their experiences on the visit to Russia gave Dr. and Mrs.

Sahlstrom a chance to talk with members of the Transcultures Club.

Presenting Pres. and Mrs. Malcom Moos with a gift from the UMC faculty and staff

was one of the Provosts enjoyable duties.


University administrators visit UMC,

Although there are many people in university administration,

many UMC students came to know about these people: President

Malcom Moos; vice-presidents James Brinkerhoff, Paul Cashman,

Stanley Kegler, Stanley Wenberg, Harold Chase; Board of Regents

Elmer Anderson, Fred Cina, Lauris Krenik, L.J. Lee, Lester

Malkerson, Wenda Moore, George Rauenhorst, Neil Sherburne,

Loanne Thrane, David Utz, Kathryn Vanderkooi, John Yngve; At

Crookston, Provost Stanley Sahlstrom; Donald Sargeant, academic

affairs; Anthony Kuznik, students affairs.

Dr. Donald Sargeant’s duties as Head of Academic

Affairs include responsibility for curriculum, new

programs and grants.

Vice President of Student Affairs Paul Cashman and Regent Utz visited UMC in

January. During their visit they talked with Peter Clark about the new Children’s

Center.

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discuss priorities and policies

Dr. Kuznik’s duties as Head of Student Affairs at UMC are concerned

with the needs of students academically and socially.

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Vice President Chase addressed the Ag advisory committee on “the University‘s quest for excellence.”

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Staff service people:

Students needing assistance with financial aid, housing,

counseling or a variety of other services find staff people

willing and able to helpthem.

Staff service people include Harold Opgrand, learning

resources; AI Vouk, works with veterans; Ken Johnson,

works mostly with placement; Keith Ramberg, who deals

with housing and dining; Karl Bornhoft, business manager;

John Bywater, admissions and financial aid; AI Croone, university

relations; Gary Butenhoff, campus policeman; Dale

Knotek, student activities; Arnie Oliver, special programs;

Sister Bonnie Moen, campus ministry; Virginia Stainbrook,

nurse; Marv Bachmeier, counseling; Georjean Johnson,

bookstore, Ruth Anne Stymiest, Gene Shannon, news, and

others too numerous to mention.

Harold Opgrand

Keith Ramberg

Karl Bornhoft

AI Vou k

Ken Johnson


filling the needs of students

AI Croone

Gary Butenhoff

John Bywater

Dale Knotek, Arnie Oliver, Marv Bachmeier, Bernice Samuelson, Sister Bonnie, Virginia Stainbrook.


AG Faculty

Gary McVey joined UMC in January as chairman of ag division.

With 383 students and 18 faculty, ag is UMC’s largest

division. Students in the ag division major in such

technologies as agricultural business, ag engineering,

ag production, animal or crop and soil technology,

light horse management, natural resources, rural

communication and ag aviation.

John Polley

Ed Johnshoy

David Hoff

Josie Bartlett


Jim Hodgson

Larry Leake

Don Keith

Bruce Beresford

Chuck Habstritt

Marion Kimmons

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Robert Ahoakis

Ed Veazey

Clair Stymiest

Truman Tilleraas

Dan Svedarsky


Erman Ueland

Philip Buckley

Richard Tillotson

George Marx

Kent Freeberg

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Bus i n ess Facu Ity

Business division students choose their majors from such

areas as accounting, small business management, fashion

merchandising, retail management, credit management and

secretarial.

Secretarial students can specialize in executive, legal,

medical, agriculture, education and aviation fields.

One educational experience for business students is

working in the model store in Dowell Hall.

Jane Brueske

Larry Huus

Betty Brecto

Rod Nelson

Don MacGregor


Adolph Beich

Robert Smith

Bonnie Monley

Bill Paradise

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Roger Aspevig

Ella Strand


Gen Ed Faculty

Broadening the students' background and interest is

the task of the General Ed faculty.

Students in all of the divisions are required to take

some courses from general ed core requirements including

communications, econ, phy. ed. and a social

science.

Ervie Click

Jerry Knutson

Bob Johnson


Wendell Johnson

Richard Christianson

Jean Gust

Patricia Kuznik

Kathy Mach


Herschel Lysaker

Bernard Selzer

Deryl Ramey

Lynn Mullins

Dennis Miller

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Marv Bachmeier

Joseph Mazzitelli

Eleanor Croone

Cleon Melsa

Bill Peterson

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HRI Faculty

t Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Mgmt.)

provides training for employment in the hospitality

industry.

Students majoring in HRI learn food preparation

and service as well as business and human relations

skills.

Students put their skills to work by preparing and

serving noon meals in the Trojan Inn, preparing banquets

and restaurant seminars. Students are in charge

of all planning, purchasing and preparing these

meals.

Guest speakers throughout the year also provided

students an opportunity to learn about their field.

Ernie Franklin

Steve Lucht and Lynn Jacobson worked on food preparation for the seminar

class restaurant “La Cuisine d’Escoffier”.

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Sharon Stewart Brian Harron Bob Downing

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HFS Faculty

Fall ‘74 brought a new major to UMC. Home and

Family Service’s objective is to prepare students for

employment in the social service at the paraprofessional

level, for employment in private home, and as

homemaker.

Students in HFS learn about child development

and gain practical experience by working in the

Children’s Center.

Headed by Peter Clark, the center is located in

Robertson Hall. The center is staffed by full time

professionals as well as student and other community

adult volunteers.

An ever expanding facet of HFS is work and training

with elderly.

Peter Clark, director of the Children’s Center

Londa Erdman, HFS major, gets practical training

working at the Children’s Center.

Crookston Mayor Harold Thomforde gets an assist in proclaiming March 31 to April

6 as Week of the Young Child. The week’s activities included discussions on the services

available to young children in the community, an open house at the Polk County

Day Activity Center and Child Care Center and other programs for children.

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Children plan and are cared for by HFS students in the Children's

Center.

Phyllis Soles serves as chairman of UMC's newest division, Home

and Family Services.

Members of Home and Family Services Division sang Christmas carols at Oak Court and St. Francis Residence.

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Freshmen

While enrollments at many other schools have

been dropping, UMC’s continued to grow. Fall quarter

saw 384 new students which made total enrollment

765 highest ever.

Welcome Week, Sept. 5 through 10 gave freshmen

an opportunity to acquaint themselves with UMC and

to make new friends. The week’s activities included

campus tours, volley-ball and softball games, a coffee

house concert by Maureen May, faculty home visits, a

dunking stand, a dance and a week-end campout.

DEAN AAKRE JANET AKERSON PAMELA ALDRICH

Hawley Pequot Lakes Frazee

RANDALL ALLAND DWIGHT ANDERSON GAYLE ANDERSON

Hitterdal Warren Kennedy

JOHN ANDERSON LONNIE ANDERSON WESLEY ANDERSON DOUGLAS ARETZ SANDRA ARSETH MARK ASLESON

West broo k Ulen Wolverton Victoria Fertile Wendell

SCOTT AURELIUS RONALD BAKKEN DAVID BARCEL KIM BARSNESS JEFFREY BECKER LOIS BEHLING

St. Paul Crookston New Hope Borup Macungie, P.A. East Grand Forks

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FREDERICK BENSON

Okabena

BARRY BERGEN

Crox

GLEN BERGERON STEVE BERRY BARBARA BEYER JAMES BLAKE

Argyle Thief River Falls Red Lake Falls Coon Rapids

KRISTA BOEN

Strandquist

WILLIAM BOHNEN

Young America

BENJAMIN BOLDEN CHARLES BOLLINGER RANDALL BOLTON WANDA BOGER

Chicago, Ill. Crookston Duluth Wadena

KEVIN BRANICK

Renville

PATRICK BRANICK

Renvil le

JOHN BRANTL DAVID BROSDOHL WtLLIAM BROWNELL GREGORY BRULEY

Ada Argyle Northbrook, Ill. Crookston

MICHAEL BURNS

Albany

JACQUELINE BURKE

Hastings

LORENA BUTZIN DARRELL BY E MIKAL BYE CURTIS CHRISTENSEN

Sebeka Euclid Orlando, Fla. Thief River Falls

PATRICIA CLARK

Ogema

TERRANCE CONROY

New Ulm

AI Vouk, vets advisor was one of the victims of the dunking stand during welcome week.

CURTIS COOVER

Minnesota

CHARLES CRUMMY

Argyle


MARIE DAHLGREN BRADLEY DAVENPORT SANDRA DESCHENE MICHAEL DOLS JULIE DUFORT NORMAN DUNLAP

Roseau Golden Valley Stephen Chaska St. Paul Effie

BRADLEY EATON TERRY ECKSTEIN STEVEN EMPTING BRUCE ENDERSBE LYNN ERICKSON KEVIN EVENSON

Hallock Lake Falls Dilworth Lisbon N.D. Walker Climax

DEAN FABER TIMOTHY FEVOLD VIRGIL FLOCK DIANA FOSSUM JAMES FOURIER KIM FREDERICKSON

Dassel Roseau Morgan Georgetown Oklee Bagley

GARY FROEBER WILLIAM FUCHS MARK GAIDA JAMES GALLAGHER PEGGY GENDRON DAVID GIBSON

C roo kston Albany St. Cloud S. St. Paul Laporte Gilbert

RODNEY GILBERT NOREAN GOULET LEROY GRANDBOIS MARY GUNDERSON RICK GUNDERSON TERRY GUNSOLUS,

Albany Crookston Morris Hector Hector Pem berton

RODDY GUSTAFSON MARY HAGMAN PATRICIA HALFMAN JOHN HALVORSON SANDRA HANN JAMES HANSEN

Lancaster Chanhassen Regan N.D. Regan, NO East Grand Forks Kenyon

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DEBORAH HAPKA VlCKlE HARMONING THEODORE HARVALA JOHN HAUGLAND RONALD HEIRAAS PAMELA HETLAND

Argyle Red Lake Falls Sebeka Park Rapids Ada Gonvick

MARK HEYDT THOMAS HIERBERT ROSS HILL DANNY HOLEN LARRY HOLTZ GREGORY HOLUPCHISKI

Crookston Ceylon Warren Croo kston Hutchinson St. Paul

LINDA HOPPE BRIAN HOPPER BRUCE HUNT BRENT JACOBSON LYNN JACOBSON ARTHUR JANOUSEK

Crookston Trenton, N.J. Jackson Ortonville Ortonville Waubun

JOANI JENSEN BONNIE JENSRUD ANITA JOHANSON PETER JOHNSON SUSAN JOHNSON TIMOTHY JOHNSON

Oklee Crookston C roo kston Roseville Hallock Kennedy

RODNEY JORGENSON KAYE KALIN DOUGLAS KALTENBERG THERESA KAZMIERCAK MARK KELLY STEVEN KLUENENBERG

Warren Stephen Crookston Strandquist Lester Prairie Sebeka

MICHAEL KNOLL KENDALL KOPISCHKE MICHAEL KOVACOVICH CONSTANCE KRAEMER CONNIE KROLL JAMES KUKOWSKI

Elmore Morgan Robbinsdale Greenwald Stephen Mi n n ea pol is

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MICHAEL KURRE

Milaca

ALLAN LaBlNE

Argyle

JEFFRY LaCOURSlERE

Red Lake Falls

EDWIN LAMBERT

Hallock

DENNIS LAMECKER

Minneapolis

BELL LANDBY JEFFREY LANDSEM BRIAN LANGSETH DOUGLAS LANIEL DAVID C. LARSON

C roo kston Leonard, ND Breckenridge Crookston Crookston

MARK LARSON

Brooks

EILEEN LEROHL Joel LlLLlQUlST JAMES LINDELL MARK LORENTZ BRIAN MAHER

Oklee Kennedy Crookston Duluth Owatonna

THOMAS MAKl

Cloquet

LANCE MANDT

Oklee

NANCY MARJAMAA

Menahga

DIANE MARTIN

Benson

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PATRICK MARTIN MONA MATEJCEK RICHARD MAYGRA RICHARD McCABE MAUREEN McKEEVER CONNIE MENDEZ

Devils Lake, ND Fairmount, ND Crookston Minneapolis Warroad Crookston

CHAUNETTE MERKENS GARY MEYER HAROLD MICKELSON LORRAINE MILLER JOHN MONEY WILLIAM MOORE

Halstad Red Lake Falls Goodridge Crookston Hallock Hal loc k

MARVIN MORTENSEN MORRIS MOST MARJORIE MUELLER

Alta, IO Crookston Fergus Falls

DEBRA MURPHY MARILYN MURRAY NANCEE MUSTO

Warroad East Grand Forks St. Paul

THOMAS NELSON SHIRLEY NIELSEN RAY NlEDZlELSKl

Fertile Crookston Gilman

MARY NIEMELA KATHRYN NORMAN CONNIE NOWACKI

New York Mills Hawley Stephen

TERRY NOWACKI CAROL OLMSTEAD JEAN OLSON

Argyle Fosston Detroit Lakes

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KEITH OLSON KENNETH OLSON JOHN PAGE

Madison Ada Madison Lake

JOHN PAVKOVICH

Duluth

JOHN PEETERS

Menahga

HOWARD PERSON

Oklee

TIMOTHY POEHLER MURRAY POMMIER STEVEN POPPE

Ada Currie Morris

MICHAEL POPPEL

Kent

TIMOTHY PRESTEBAK MICHAEL PUCCIARELLI

Goodridge

Piscataway, NJ

STANLEY PUTIKKA

Wadena

GERALD QUlNN

St. Paul

GERALDINE RADNlECKl

Oklee

RICHARD RAMON

Bemidji

JAMES REICHSTADT JANE RITTENHOUSE JOHN ROBERTSON

St. Paul Breckenridge Argyle

DONALD RUDNICK

St. Paul

JEFFREY SANNES

Gary

JEROME SANNES

Fertile

RICHARD SANNES DOROTHY SCHELL FRANK SCHINDLER DENNIS SCHLUETER JAMES SCHOONOVER PATRICIA SCHULTZ

Gary Baudette Barnesville Litchfield Bemidji Remer

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SCOTT SEDERSTROM

Montevideo

DEBBIE SELK

East,Grand Forks

ROBERT SHAFFER

Jenkintown, PA

CY NTHl A SIN DELI R

Baudette

LARRY SIN DELI R

Graceton

IRENE SIREK

East Grand Forks

PAUL SIVERHUS MARIE SKOGSTAD PHILIP SLINDEN

Maynard Pine Creek Atwater

JANET SMITH ROBIN SMITH ROBERT SCHMITZ TIMOTHY SPRAGUE JOHN SPROAT PAUL STAUFFENECKER

East Grand Forks Herman Red Lake Falls Crookston St. Paul Green bush

SCOTT STEWART

Thief River Falls

SUSAN STRAW

Croo kston

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DAVID SWAN

Hallock

ROBERT SWANSON NANCY SWENSON JODY SYMONDS TERRANCE TEGTMEIER FLOYD THOMPSON ELLSWORTH TODD

Hamel Hawley Crookston Kindred, ND Clarissa Hendrum

LILA TORGERSON

Alvarado

CYNTHIA TRANBY

McIntosh

BRUCE TUFTE

Ada

TERRANCE TUMBERG

New York Mills

ANN TWITCHELL

Benson

FREDERICK URTEL

Warroad

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JANET UTECH MYRON UTTERMARK JANICE VAA

Morris Sebeka McIntosh

DONN VELLEKSON WAYNE VOLLAND MARK WAGNER

Dawson Crookston Fertile

DAVID WEISS ALBERT WESTBURG GARY WILSON JOHN WOITAS JULIAN YERBICH CHRISTOPHER ZEECE

Red Lake Falls Crookston Greenbush Green bush Pu pos ky Coon Rapids


Sophomores

Sophomores at UMC find their busy schedules include

the preparation for future careers. The POP

program gives each student a chance to gain on-thejob

training before graduation. The search for employment

and sobering national events don't completely

dull the fun side of campus life there is

plenty to do throughout the year, and memories are

filed away for future reference.

JEFF AABERG

Starbuck

LElF AAKRE

Hawley

JACOB AHO

Menegha

DOUGLAS ALBIN

Granite Falls

BRIEN ALMHJELD

Crookston

RANDY ANDERSON

Fisher

REBECCA ANDERSON

East Grand Forks

LARRY AU DETTE

Crookston

DAVID AURE

Crookston

MICHAEL BURR

Hast in gs

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MARY BAIL

East Grand Forks

MARY BARNARD

Owatonna

RAE ANN BARTZ

Mcl n tos h

CHARLES BAUMGARTNER

Olivia

JOHN BECKWITH

Bovey

WAYNE BEICH

Crookston

RICHARD BERG

Helena, MT

STEVEN BERGLAND

Roseau

DOUGLAS BERTILSON

Butterfield

GWEN BERTRAM

Swan River, Man.

DANIEL BLASEY

Ada

RICHARD BOILY

Wrenshall

KAREN BOSCHEE

Crookston

DENNIS BRANDT

Crookston

STEVEN BRASEL

Moor h ead

CAROL BRODIN

Thief River Falls

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DIANE BROOKS

Sauk Centre

ELAINE BROST

Crookston

GARY BROWN

East Grand Forks

JOHN BRUMMER

Red Lake Falls

MICHAEL BURGDORF

Plainview

RONALD BURKE

Grand Forks, ND

RODNEY BYRO

Madelia

STEVEN KRAUSE

W inn e bago

CARTER CHARLES

Hancock

DOUGLAS CLAPP

Crookston

CONRAD DAHl

Kennedy

MARCIA DENISON

Crookston

MARY DICKSON

Oslo

THANH-BATHI DO

S. Vietnam

BRUCE DOCKEN

Lockhart

HANS DuBOlS

Fargo, ND

STEPHEN EHLl

Lidgerwood, ND

DALE ERICKSON

Twin Valley

LEROY EVENSON

Climax

JAMES FANFULIK

Euclid

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LOREN FAUL

C roo kston

LOWELL FRIEBORG

Clara City

ALVIN FULLER

Shelton, CT

JOSEPH GAGNER

Crookston

NEIL GARDNER

Minneapolis

LARRY GARRISON

Crookston

BRADLEY GAST

Beltrami

DAVID GEE

Winona

TERRY GEISER

Bluffton

STEPHEN GIRGEN

Hastings

RAANA GRANT

Richfield

MARK BRUNDMAN

Brooten

JILL GUNTHER

Grand Forks, ND

ROGER HAGEN

East Grand Forks

EILEEN HALL

Williams

VlCKlE HALLBERG

Kennedy

GAIL HANGSLEBEN

East Grand Forks

MICHAEL HANSON

Goodr idge

RANDAHL HANSON

Minneapolis

DAVID HEEG

East Grand Forks

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LOREN HEGGE

Oklee

JOHN HEINEN

Crookston

JULIE HENDERSON

Crookston

DEAN HENDRICKSON

Audubon

MICHAEL HIGGINS

Sarles, ND

LINETTE HJELLE

Newfolden

BRUCE HODEK

Alexandria

NEIL HOFFMAN

Virginia

ELLIOT HOUGARD

Strandquist

LINDA HOUKOM

Crookston

RONALD HOUSMAN

Eagle Bend

BRAD IRWIN

Motley

ANDREW JEKEL

Crookston

DALE JENSON

Long Prairie

MICHAEL JOHNSON

St. Paul

DAVID KALlNOSKl

Green bush

DARRELL KEMNITZ

Cavalier, ND

DOUGLAS KLOS

W. St. Paul

KIM KRUEGER

Crookston

DAVID L. LARSON

Crookston

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KIM LINDBLOM

Mahnomen

DANIEL LlNQUlST

Crookston

ROGER LODERMEIER

St. Joseph

STEPHEN LUCHT

Crookston

LYLE MANTEUFFEL

Belle Plaine

ANTHONY MATTSON

New York Mills

BETH MATTSON

Gully

BRUCE MCADAMS

Menahga

GARY MENARD

Crookston

RUBEN MENDEZ

Crookston

RICHARD MJONES

Moorhead

HARLAN MONSON

Crookston

JOE MONTONYE

Hancock

MARK NAPLIN

Red Lake Falls

ERWIN NEPRUD

Shelly

SUSAN NOSS

Crookston

STEVEN OEHLKE

Lake Elmo

JAN OEN

Thief River Falls

BRUCE OGAARD

Ada

JAN OLESON

Northfield

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CHARLES OLSON

Crookston

LAUREL OLSON

E. Grand Forks

WAYNE OMUNDSON

Warren

TODD OPSAHL

Bloomington

JEFFREY PAGEL

Atwater

FREDRICK PARNOW

Goodridge

SCOTT PEARSON

Hal loc k

LARRY PETERSON

Rochester

JOHN PlDD

Iron River, MI

ROBERT POLLOCK

S. St. Paul

KENNETH PORTER

Minneapolis

MICHAEL PROULX

Crookston

CHARLES PRUSSIA

JAMES PONTIUS

JAMES QUACKENBUSH

Chokio


TIMOTHY RACH

Staples

DENNIS RADI

Crookston

THOMAS RADIG

Breckenridge

MALCOM RAY

St. Paul

JAMES REIMAN

Lake Crystal

MICHAEL RINDAHL

Crookston

SR. MARCELLINE RISKE

Crookston

JERALD ROBINSON

C roo kston

PAUL ROES

Menahga

JOHN ROGALLA

Warren

MARK SALISBURY

Bloomington

DEAN SCHLONG

New Ulm

BRUCE SCHNEIDER

Victoria

DOUGLAS SCHOENECKER

New Prague


WILLIAM SCHOMMER

H ast in gs

ALAN SCHROEDER

Jackson

MICHAEL SCHULTZ

Holdingford

RODNEY SEARLE

Alexandria

BRUCE SELLNOW

Hewitt

MICHAEL SELLNOW

Verndale

DEBRA SEVERSON

Bemidji

MARK SHASKY

Crystal

BRUCE SITTER

Ortonville

KENNETH SKOOG

Grand Marais

LOWELL SKUNBERG

Pelican Rapids

r

KEITH SLAVIK

H ast in gs

BRUCE SMITH

Fargo, ND

DAVID SMITH

C roo kston

RONALD SMITH

Crookston

THOMAS SMITH

Litchfield

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RANDY SODERSTROM

Warren

RICHARD SOLBERG

Oslo

JEFFREY SORENSON

Ada

ROBERT SORVIG

Red Lake Falls

TIMOTHY STEEN

Halstad

RUSSELL STEER

Euclid

MICHAEL STENLUND

Mahnomen

DEBRA STROMMEN

Crookston

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THOMAS STUMPF

LeSueur

MICHAEL SULLIVAN

Crookston

PAULETTE SWANSON

Thief River Falls

KIM SYVERSON

Ulen

GREGORY TOUTGES

Crookston

THOMAS TREMBLEY

Fairmont

DENNIS TUSETH

Beltrami

DENNIS F. WADE

Devils Lake, ND

GARY L. WAGNER

Crookston

JULIE WALENTA

Crookston

MICHAEL WARNER

Seaforth

WARREN L. WERMAGER

Lake Park

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ELAINE J. WHITE

Mabel

ALLEN L. WHlTESlTT

Brownsville

PAUL WlBE

Moorhead

LYLE WICK

Montevideo

DALE M. WILKENS

Beaver Creek

DAVID A. WlLKlE

Noyes

THOMAS W. WOODARD

Hallock

MICHAEL J. YELLOWBIRD

Roseglen, ND

JANET F. ZASTROW

Mayer

CURTIS F. ZIMMERMAN

Chokio

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Student Life

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UMC has potpourri of events

Jimmy Collier and Sweet Medicine

Denny Johnston

Roger, Wendy and Sam

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Hypnotist John Kolish

Mime Michael Crando

Minnesota Orchestra

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Commentator, Trojan and KCUM-FM staffs work

Trojan yearbook staff, Marcia Denison, editor; Dale Jensen, sports editor;

Mike Selnow, photographer, and Julie Holm, typist (left) worked long hours to

complete the ‘74 Trojan. Advisor was Gene Shannon.

Steve Berry did darkroom processing of prints for Trojan and often for

Commentator.

Scott Youngquist fits a headline, Connie Thoreen sizes

a picture. Scott Johnson and Marcia Denison proof

copy and Dale Hoff finds a new use for a layout sheet as

the Commentator staff works to complete the last issue

of the year. Jim Hodgson and Ruth Anne Stymiest

served as advisors for the publication.

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together to keep UMC students informed.

Commentator Editor Curt Zimmerman had a big responsibility in seeing that

stories and layout were done on time. Dale Hoff will serve as next year’s Commentator

editor.

Temporarily distracted from their work, the Commentator staff creates a

new look for Scott Youngquist.

Members of the KCUM and Commentator staff worked

together to keep students informed of visitors and events.

Above students interview new regents, Moore and Vander

Kooi, for the radio and paper.

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Students recognized for service and academics.

UMC Faculty Women’s Club Scholarship

Barb Beyer, Kathryn Lindquist,

Janet Ut ech, Sandra Deschen e

Mary Hagman

Farmers Union Scholarships

Edwin Lambert, James Anderson,

Harold Mikelson

Norman Pankratz Memorial Scholarship

David Thorn

Mike Davis HRI Award

Steve Lucht

LuAnn Miller and Jeff Sorenson received the Outstanding Man and Woman

of the year Awards from Lion’s Club president Ralph Taylor.

UMC Faculty Association Scholarship

Craig Knudsen

Student Sen ate Outstan ding

Staff Service Award

Deryl Ramey

Man and Woman of the Year

Jeff Sorenson, LuAnn Miller

Student Representative to Regents

Randal Soderstrom

All-University Student Senators

Ken Porter, Brent Jacobson

Student Service Awards

Randal Soderstrom, Jeff Sorenson, Marcia

Denison, Jan Oen, LuAnn Miller, Julie

Henderson, Wayne Omundson, Torn Feiro,

Curt Zimmerman Linda Schmidtz

Edwin Lambert, James Anderson and Harold Mickelson were presented

scholarships by the Farmers Union.

Who’s Who Among Students

in American Junior Colleges

Marcia Denison, Thomas Feiro, Mark

Floding, Jan Lamourex, Linda Schmitz,

Jeffrey Sorenson, Raana Grant, Julie

Henderson, Bruce Hodek, Jan Oen, Randal

Soderstrom, Marsha Steinbrink, Curtis

Zimmerman

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Craig Knudsen was awarded the UMC Faculty Association scholarship

by Bill Peterson.

Deryl Ramey received the Student Senate Staff Service award for

his contributions as “teacher, coach and friend”.

I

Julie Henderson was one of ten students receiving an award for

service to UMC.

Jan Oen receives her Student Service award for contribution to

UMC from Betty Brecto.


Elmer Anderson greets over 200

Elmer Anderson, chairman of the Board of Regents and former

governor of Minnesota, gave the commencement address.

Jeff Sorenson, Student Senate President, spoke on behalf of the

graduating class

HFS and HRI candidates adjust gowns and caps as they prepare for graduation.

Home and Family Services Division’s first

graduate, Darlene Ellifson, receives her diploma

and congratulations.

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graduates at indoor exercises

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