ROUPS You listen to negative criticism 1,000 times more than you listen to positive comments. Gino White ... page181
How ' bout That After bucking proposals to corral the Ul Rodeo Club's annual event, club members proved rodeo was a viable sport in Moscow. At their fourth annual event, the Rodeo Club broke even financially. However, saddlebronc rider Marty Bennet said he was just glad he did not break any bones. For more 'bout rodeo , see pages 190-193.
eve ryw here, " Karla Manus whispered to a friend as she climbed the top cement step leading out of the ASUI-Kibbie Dome . Less than an hour earlier, she entered the fall registration arena with nothing but a checkbook, a pen ::1nd her student ID. After signing up for classes, she found herself swimming through a barrage of groups giving out pounds of literature and peddling everything from phone books to yearbooks. Groups were everywhere and represented a melting pot of student interests. Although they were more visible during registration , groups met thoughout the year. Mike Sherman tossed out his other commitments to attend weekly meetings of the campus Juggling Club. Charlene Brown spent her weekends crawling around cliffs with other Army ROTC Cadets. And Vandal Band students like Matthew Faulks and Corey McKnight polished their marching skills for two months before roadtripping to the Pacific Coast to play in Seattle's King Dome . How 'bout that.
lngering a guitar chord, John Kavanaugh struck an approving note with the audience at the Blue Key Talent Show.
1986 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 84 - University of Idaho Yearbook