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Newsmakers Presidential debate: Who were MSU’s most important presidents?

Roland Renne

Roland Renne

Leon Johnson

Leon Johnson

Bill Teitz

Bill Teitz


It wasn't a terribly auspicious beginning when Bozeman's town fathers suddenly declared a former roller-skating rink to be Montana's new state Agricultural College.

Hastily opened to beat a deadline for winning federal money, the new college started out with just three professors and eight high school students, who had to be dragooned into enrolling.

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