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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION 



ACTIVITIES 



CLASSES 



GREEKS & 
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The annual Homecoming has 
long held a special place in the 
hearts of both McKendree stu- 
dents and alumni. It is tradi- 
tionally a time of gathering 
with old and new friends and 
rediscovering all the good things 
McKendree has to offer. From 
the parade in the morning to 
the dance which lasts late into 
the night there is an unmistak- 
able feeling of excitement. In 
fact, the air of anticipation 
begins weeks before, as people 
build floats, watch the progress 
of the basketball team, and dis- 
cuss who will be crowned 
Queen. This year's Homecoming 
was a grand combination of 
color, nostalgia, merriment and 
beauty, with the theme being 
"The World of Disney." The 
parade boasted a huge assort- 
ment of Disney characters, 
lively bands, pretty girls, and 
high-stepping drill teams. The 
success of the day continued as 
McKendree fans watched the 
Bearcats soundly defeat the 
Missouri Baptist trojans. The 
perfect finale to the day was 
the Queen's Coronation at 
Augustine's Restaurant. Even 
now, the 1972-73 Homecoming 
is a vivid memory to be 
cherished in years to come. 




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The climax of the weekend Homecoming activities came on Saturday, November 
18, with the formal dinner-dance and Queen's Coronation at Augustine's 
Restaurant in Belleville. The ballroom was brightly decorated to carry over the 
Disney theme. Of course, the main point of interest was the naming of the new 
Homecoming Queen. Prior to this was the presentation of the 1972-73 court: 
Colleen Karrick, Freshman; Kathleen Bryant and Nancy Weible, Sophomores; 
Marguerite Comissiong, Junior; Queen candidates Marna Kettwich, Luanne Lucy; 
and the new Homecoming Queen, Sue Carmell. 





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MEN'S 

INTRAMURAL 

FOOTRALL 




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WOMEN'S 

INTRAMURAL 

FOOTRALL 




Women's 
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Men's 
Volleyball 




Happiness is resting 




EVENT 


WINNER 


Football 


Ferox 


Leading Scorer 


Bauer 


Leading Tackier 


Anderson 


Pass, Punt, Kick 


Kettwich 


Cross Country 


Shaw 


Soccer 


Ferox 


Leading Scorer 


Smoot (tie) 


Table Tennis 


Adams 


Hockey 


Ferox-A 


Leading Scorer 


Wesselman 


Free Throws 


Markwell 


NBA Basketball 


Ferox 


ABA Basketball 


Plato 


NBA Leading Scorer 


Baldwin 


ABA Leading Scorer 


M. Krause 


NBA Free Throw % 


Kettwich 


ABA Free Throw % 


Krause 


Pool 


Mixon 


Bowling 


Mark V 


High Game 


Eickoff 


High Series 


Stone 


High Average 


Stone 


Volleyball A 


Plato 


Volleyball B 


Plato (B) 


One on One (Under 6) 


Baldwin 


One on One (Over 6) 


Washington 


Softball 


Ferox 


Golf 


Wesselman 


Washers 


M. Krause 


Badminton 


Kian B. Chua 


Horseshoes 


Eickoff 


Home Run Derby 


Flinders 


Tennis 




I.M. Athlete of Year 


Kettwich 


All Sports 


Ferox 



1972-1973 MEN INTRAMURAL 



SECOND 



Plato 

Smoot 

Schleyer 

Dreisbach 

Penzotti 

Plato 

Bauer (tie) 

Smoot 

Adelphi 

Adams (tie) 

Watt 

Baldwin Bu. 

Gutsies 

Murphy 

J.Williams 

Flinders 

Foppe 

Fohne 

Ferox 

Stone 

Eickoff 

Eickoff 

Ferox 

Gutsies (b) 

Smoot 

D. Krause 

Gutsies 

Washington 

Baldwin 

Eickoff 

Flinders 

Kettwich 

Rose 

Adams 

Plato 




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Wesselman 
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1972-1973 WOMEN INTRAMURAL 



Tennis 


Ellen Olds 


Stambaugh 


Mary Beans 






Powder-Puff Football 


Sigma 


Independent 


A.O. 






Soccer 


Independent 


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Horseshoes 


K. Large 


S. Ford 


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M. Beans 


C. Miller 




B. Thomas 


C. Ward 


M. Moeller 


K. Jones 


D. Schwartz 


Volleyball 


Sigma "A" 


A.O. "A" 


Clio 






Bowling 


Sherry Ratz 


Kathy Jones 


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Pool 


Kathy Jones 


Mary Beans 


Mary Moeller 






Ping-Pong 


Carol Bopp 


B. Stambaugh 


Cathy Ward 






Basketball 


Sigma 


A.O. 


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Softball 


Sigma 


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Tom Wolfslau - Next time you 
clean the bank, do not forget to 
turn down the radio intercom 
before turning it off. The bank 
president would appreciate it. 

Mark Riebolt - What are those 
little clay pots you made during 
the interim? 

Bill Choate was involved in an 
automobile accident. Hope to 
see him back on campus soon. 

Baseball season is coming up 
this year. The big bad bruising 
batters are Chondus Smoot, Dale 
Calvert, Dave Markwell and 
Craig Votrain. 

Will Paris ever be the same 
since McKendree students 
visited there? 

Anybody wishing to talk to 
Dean Darrah, please do so 
before next week, because it 
takes him a year to recover from 
intramural basketball season. 

Does Mr. Wheeler really give 
final grades on the first day of 
class? 

For all you Women Lib at Mc- 
Kendree, the FBI has just re- 
leased the ten most wanted wom- 
en list. 

Most even-tempered person 
at McKendree is Nelson McAtee. 

Dave "Crazy Horse" Dreis- 
bach, my mama thanks you, 
my papa thanks you. 

Congratulations and best 
wishes to Brant Harper and 
Judy Thompson who will be 
married June 9. 

We miss you Paula Gillespey 
now that you are not on 
campus anymore. 

What city and state does this 
zip code belong 57706? 

Perhaps no action is better 
than the wrong action. 

Kathy Large is Chairman of 
the newly formed Religious Life 
Committee. Best of luck to you 
and your committee. 

Kirby Mansker, can you real- 
ly press 800 pounds with one 
hand? 

Mr. Devery, are you really 
going to move New York City 
next to McKendree to recruit 
more students? If so, can we 
keep the Empire State Building 
off front campus? 

We commend the McK stu- 
dents who go out of their way 
to make some instructors feel 
MORE wanted. 

Mike Vollinger, is skydiving 
just flying high or is it a quick 
downer? 

The only way to entertain 
some people is just to listen 
-- period. 

Has Dr. Rackham been rac- 
ing that golf cart again? 

Is it true "Dear Abby" is 
the mother of one of the people 
who writes this column. 

CO. says forget R.C. be- 
cause CO. likes K.E. and things 
To whom it may concern, 

I think the column is great. 
Keep up the good work. 

C.R.S. & P.G. 
Writers of G.O.C, 

It has been going around that 
you will reveal yourselves in 
the last issue of the McKendree 
Review. This may be the wrong 
thing to do. Instead of having 
half the campus kill you, why 



do go better with CO. K.E. 

Hot Dog of the month goes 
to Oscar Meyer. 

Nanvy Von Bokel, who is 
Mickey Mouse and Bertus? 

The world cannot be built 
on dreams about the past... 
only dreams about the future... 
what you will do is more im- 
portant than what you could 
have done. 

Are the freshman getting 
younger or are the rest of us 
just getting older? 

Is it true Doug Book can be 
rented out for weekends? 

President Rackham, did you 
really have to walk over stu- 
dents at Kent State? Since 
Dean Darrah is also from Kent 
State, we may have found the 
reason why Dean is always 
walking with his head down. 
We knew you were looking for 
something. 

REWARD: $5.00 to anyone 
who has it signed J.L.K. 

FOR RENT: My backseat 
on Tues. and Thurs.... signed 
T.M. 

SWAP: One Illinois History 
Book for 5 fifths of pepper- 
mint schnaps.... signed the 
whole class. 

R.A. of the Month - Bob Black- 
well, who did such a fine job 
during the month of January. 
Bob, maybe next January there 
will be students on your floor. 

Is it true the men of Baker 
Hall are going to buy a dorm pic- 
ture for John Sanders, so he can 
remember the best years of his 
life? 

Rodney Baer-You have your 
pillow, do you want your 
"blanky," too? 

Mr. Kennedy - Everybody 
loves your moustache. 

Steven Piotrowski - I can see 
right through your clothes. 

Paul Bickel - That is really 
stupid. You do not have to 
brush your hair before you go 
to bed. 

Joe Jackson - Does cham- 
pagne improve your shimmy? 

Gail Schnepper -Didyouever 
find out if J. P. caught the flu 
from you? 

Cindy Wuebbels - Do French 
guys make you sick? 

George Lightcapand John An- 
thony did a great job at coffee 
house. Keep up the good work. 

Dave Koelling - We like your 
new bright clothes, but don't 
wear them again. There is 
a limit. 

Do we get any snow at Mc- 
Kendree? 

Now, now, Bruce and Mary- 
Ann Moeller, no more fights 
in the cafeteria. 

Writers of G.O.C, 

I think that you guys are 
censored and that censored the 
censored at censored is cen- 
sored. 

Signed, 
censored 

Comment - What kind of 
English courses do we have at 
McKendree. 



Santa Claus came early this 
year to many of McKendree stu- 
dents and we think it is only 
appropriate that we inform the 
student body of some of the gifts 
received. 

Janet Simmons gets a Barbie 
doll that can't talk back. 

David Dreisbach gets a 
"Crazy Horse." 

Cindy Lentz gets a fish tank 

and a 1957 record of Mighty 

Might and the Mighty Roes. 

John Fenton gets a train set. 

Terry Minard gets a pair of 
roller skates. 

Dr. Kovac gets a lesson plan 
for Christmas. (Hint) 

Roy Seiber gets a swing set. 

John W. Anderson gets a lit- 
tle red wagon. Sorry John, no 
wheels. 

Richard Sharp gets a round 
trip ticket to Patoka. 

Barb Sommer gets a pair of 
sewer caps from the city of 
Lebanon. 

"Skip" Rezba gets a Christ- 
mas tree. 

John "Satch" Sanders gets 
R. A. of the month award from 
Santa. 

Jim Rizzi gets a little play 
kitchen. You do have the prac- 
tice don't you Jim? 

No, Frank Washington, you're 
not as great as you think you are 
and for Christmas you get a 
doll house. 

Hal Gray gets a rest from 
Santa. 

Roger Birlew gets a haircut 
from Santa. 

Santa gave Clyde Brown noth- 
ing. Clyde, behave. 

Sally Ford gets a baby "hip- 
pie" doll. 

Don Burris gets a big, blonde, 
French kitten. 

Fred Brauer gets a screen 
door off a submarine. Good 
luck, Fred. 

Dave Krause gets a year in 
Sing Sing Prison. 

Mike Schleyer gets a pair of 
pants that can fit him. He also 
gets a year's pass to the Gran- 
arj and a list of the most 
commonly misspelled words. 

Jerome Taylor gets a basket- 
ball. 

Roger Lyons gets a robot 
that walks, talks, and — . 

Cathy Ward, no, this isn't 
Rich writing, gets a year in 
Student Government for writing 
good things about it. 

Rudy Williams gets a big, 
black, hunk of coal. 

Luanne Lucy gets another 
rocking chair. 

Pam Zutter gets Bruce Brock 
for X-mas. 

Bill Wesselman gets a Cloud 
No. 9 from Santa. Bill? Bill? 

Jim White gets a year of Judo 
lessons. 

Lennie Whitehouse gets a 
baseball from Santa. But don't 
you play basketball with it Len- 
nie. 

Dave Markwell gets a big, 
bent, broken, befriended, bank- 
rupt, broadminded, bug bear. 
But Dave, what will you do with 
it; feed it toyourbrontosaurus? 

Steve Deckard gets a pair of 
glasses and a referee shirt, 
for floor hockey. 

Larry Kuntz gets a pair of 
elevator shoes. 

Tim Frazier gets building 
blocks. 

Greg Ramsey gets a brand 
new chicken house, without 
chickens. 

Tom McKee gets the chick- 



package from Santa to open ev- 
ery day of the upcoming year. 
Claudia Kerens gets a big 
scarf for Christmas to wear 
around her head to conceal her 
mouth. 

Francis Dant gets his broth- 
er's van but it is what's inside 
• that counts, right Butch? 

Harold Howie gets coal. What 
did you do now, Harold? 

Don Huffman gets his 15th 
try at McKendree. 

Mike Koebel gets lessons on 
how to play hockey. 

Cary Rose gets a round trip 
ticket to Flora, which can be 
used within the next two sec- 
onds. 

Mahmood Ammadi, Santa 
gives you a magic carpet. 

Mrs. White, Santa can't give 
anything, after hours in the 
dorm. 

Gary Clark gets a pair of 
white shoes. 

First-floor Barnett gets 

When will it snow at McKen- 
dree? Send answers to the Mc- 
Kendree Review. First prize is 
a tour of St. Louis Sewer System 
and if you win, and you are over 
4 ft. tall, you get a free pass to 
Donald Huffman's graduation. 

Do you know there are seven 
Jones at McKendree? All girls; 
they are Connie, Katherine, 
Linda, Pat, Pauline, Sharon and 
Willie. 

Bruce Winterwood, you have a 
nice smile, but what is under that 
smile Bruce? 

Pam Zutter and Mindy Hicks - 
How do you like your new place? 

Dean Darrah, we like your new 
glasses. Is this the beginning of 
a new image? 

Register for the pie-eating 
contest, March 4 at Ames Hall. 
See Mrs. Wiser. 

Congratulations to Mary Ann 
Moeller who was recently 
elected President of I.S.C 

Next great ping-pong player, 
Carol Bopp. 

Kathleen Bryant - Do some- 
thing, we can't find anything on 
you to write about. 

Chris Miller - How is Sigma 
doing? 

P.J. says R.G. don't mess with 
P.C, OKS.M.? 

G.O.C Weekly Riddle - What 
is the quickest way of spreading 
news? Telegraph, telephone, 
and tell a girl at McKendree. 

Frank Washington likes 
exams so much that for fun he 
took the Air Force Officers 
Test. What is even funnier, he 
passed it. 

Bib Eichoff, Lennie White- 
house, John Brownfield, how was 
Las Vegas? 

Dave Wilkey says there is a 
place called Nashville and he 
will give tours. 

Bill Wesselman is headed 
back to 2nd floor Baker for his 
R.A. job. Good luck. 

Roy Seiber - Does your V.W. 
really fly? Anything over 120 
m.p.h. has to take off. 

Peggy Marlin - We are keep- 
ing an eye on you. 

Marjorie Mollett - Is Green- 
Mike Raeber gets a best 
pledge award (B'Sers) from 
Santa. 

Chris Miller gets a smile. 

Cindy Neumann gets an audi- 
tion from Playboy Club in St. 
Louis. 

Dean Darrah gets surprise* 



Santa's Award for the peace to 
be, anytime. 

Marguerite Commissiong, 
Santa gives you a brand new 
car to give to Dave. 

Santa gives Gary Cox the 
Tough Guy Award. 

Second-floor Walton gets 
Santa's Award for the peace 
most likely not to be on Christ- 
mas. 

We all hope that Dave Munoz 
gets his daughter home for 
Christmas. 

The two authors of this 
column want to send their sin- 
cerest Holiday Greetings to one 
and all. We leave you with this 
thought. With the Christmas 
spirit in the air, the worldover 
seems to be enclosed in an 
atmosphere of peace and good- 
will. Isn't it too bad the broth- 
erhood of Christmas cannot be 
everyday of the year. We will 
see you next semester. 



ville really as great as you say it 
is?. - 

Frank Washington - How do 
you like Paris? 

Rich Kotras - We like your 
cute bow tie you wear while 
working at Venture. 

Claudia Kerens - Is it true 
you want to help write this 
column? Maybe next year. 

Did you know that in 1926 Mc- 
Kendree's football team beat 
Ewing 88-0? It also beat Car- 
bondale that year 42-6. 

Paul Kettwich is going into 
the film industry. But what kind 
of films Paul? 

Cathy Ward - Will we catch 
you next issue? Sorry, we can't 
wait. Is it true you will be hired 
as a critic for the Academy 
Awards this year? 

Dave Ellis - Is it true you are 
going to quit basketball next year 
and take over D.J. for Soul 
Train? 

Ron Manning - Did the grad- 
uate exam really take 28 hours? 
Mike Cromeans - Did you 
bring a deer to your room last 
year? That is why they call it 
the animal floor. 

We would like to welcome all 
the new students to McKendree 
and introduce them to you. They 
are Gregory Kozera, St. Louis; 
Pamela Boden, Belleville; 
Stephen Mathis, Belleville; Mrs. 
Wilma Schaack, Mascoutah; 
John Schneider, Belleville; Mrs. 
Alice Kube, O'Fallon; Hollis 
Schaefer, Belleville; Steven 
Bonner, Decatur; Jennifer 
James, East Alton; Susan 
Summerville, Walnut Hill; Eric 
Furiithouser, Belleville; Linda 
Hammond, Belleville; David 
Hummert, Breese; David Ren- 
fro, Lebanon; Edward David- 
son, O'Fallon; John Yonker, 
Shipman; David Fokerts, Mt. 
Olive; Ann Manby; Sandra 
Weinsman; Jonathan Pappa- 
george, Robinson; and Loretta 
Sciarra. 

Watch out for the "B" League 
Faculty Team. Is it true there 
will be a doctor at all your 
games just in case? 

Comment - Sorry, we accept 
no bribes. We only put you in 
if you do something dumb, (hint) 
Dear Sirs, 

Can I write G.O.C. next year? 
P.S. 



Roger Penzotti -Are you still 
tired from that cross-country 
race? 

Behave yourself, Shirley 
Steinkamp. 

Julie Jahn - Your sister and 
you look alike. 

Gay Liberation Meeting, 7:00 
p.m., 3rd floor Walton. 

Winter is almost gonei Watch 
out guys. Spring is almost 
here. Watch out girls. 

Watch for future summer 
jobs. 

Summer Job- -(males only) 
Hairdresser. Don't all you 
guys jump at once. 

Deborah Lanius - Are you 
going to take anymore cheer- 
leading lessons after basketball 
games? If so tell us. 

Mitch Silverstein - Do you 
really live on Sleepy Hollow 
Road? Ever see the Headless 
Horseman? 

Jim Rizzi - The phantom 
class go-er. 

Susan Fette - Are you having 
a good time? 

Kunz twins - We know you 
are not identical twins. 

Jeri Petri - Let us hear 
more from you. 

Mary Davis - Is your fingers 
really worn to the bone? 

Linda Lauchli - Applications 
are now in for brown's secra- 
tariel skool of teknikeal buzz- 
ness. 

Donna Simmons - How is your 
poopy-dog? 

Gillette Company - How about 
some LEFT GUARD --because 
people only stand on my RIGHT. 

The zip code this week is 
62901. . 

Claudia Kerens - How is 
Muck Monopoly? We heard 
you tried to sell the Brooklyn 
Bridge to the committee. 

THINKER: Where were you 
this time last year? 

Mike Schleyer - Is Baker 
Hall your winter White House- - 



As we promised last week, we 
are going to run a few letters 
that we have received via the 
editor. If you wish to comment 
on G.O.C, letters may be given 
to the editor. We hope to be 
able to publish a few more 
before the year is up but the 
way the editor is getting to be 
with space available, we may not 
be able to do it. Here are some 
of the letters. 
Dear writers of G.O.C, 

How discourteous, impolite, 
and rude can you be? How 
daTe you say such statements 
about me. What I hate most 
about G.O.C. is that they are 
all true. 

C.P. 
Writers of G.O.C, 

I hate your column, especi- 
ally when I'm in it. 

C.W. 
To G.O.C, 

Keep up the good work guys 

or gals. It helps me pass the 

day with a smile atMcKendree. 

J.P. 

Writers of G.O.C, 

I do not wish to play Mc- 
Kendree at U.C.L.A. or Mc- 
Kendree. Thank you for the 
offer. 

Sincerely, 
John Wooden 
Coach, U.C.L.A. 



Brick House??? 

John Anthony - Congrats on 
good job done on Teacher 
Evaluations. 

Terry Planitz - Are you 
spaced out? All the time? Or 
are you normal and we are 
spaced out? 

SUMMER JOB: (females only) 
Truck driver/must also play 
some college football. 

Remember - 3rd floor Baker 
swirling squad is ready this 
year again. First victim is 
Lenny Moore. 

SUMMER JOB: Happiest job 
in town. Drive an air-condi- 
tion cab. Bullet proof parti- 
tion. 

Hunger March - April 14. 

SUMMER JOB: Putting prizes 
and nuts in boxes of Cracker- 
Jacks. $.50 an hour and all 
you can eat. 

C.J. I love you R.S. But 
please get rid of that other 
hand. 

Congrats to Ferox who took 
first place in "A" league. 

Gary Cox - You are super 
bad or that is what they tell 
us. 

Congrats to Plato who took 
first place in the "B" league. 

SUMMER JOB: Testing Vicks 
inhalers. Do you have a nose 
for it? 

Road Rally - March 22. 

SUMMER JOB: Lifeguard at 
a water bed factory. 

SUMMER JOB: Hot dog 
vendor for Horner Park. 

Mike Cromeans - Do you 
really break bricks with your 
head? 

SUMMER JOB: Birdbrain 
needed to feed birds on chapel. 

SUMMER JOB: Working with 
Mike Schleyer driving a bus in 
Chicago. Gun permits included. 

Phil Egan - Do you really 
work 70 hours a week at 
Venture? 

Steve Deckard - We like your 
new cap. 

Dixie Roberts - Beware, 
G.O.C. is watching you. 

Mike Schleyer and Rich 
Kotras - Have both of you been 
at Mck since 1964 or did Richie 
start in 1963? 

Mary Pijut - What is going 
on at your table in the lunch- 
room? 

Jim Rizzi - Did we really 
see you in the "Godfather"? 

Jennifer James and Donna 
Simmons - Congrats to your 
recent marriage of your two 
turtles. 

Fred Brauer - Heard you 
don't like to be in this column. 
Tough. 

Daryl Murphy - Do you really 
shoot those 40 footers with your 
eyes closed? 

We do have our troubles, 
don't we 2nd floor Baker. 

To the compilers of G.O.C, 
Nice work writers. Boy could 
I tell you things about 2nd floor 
Barnett. If you would only 
let me. 

Signed, 

S.M.A. 
Writers of G.O.C, 

If you write one more thing 
in your column about me, I 
will be more popular than any- 
one on campus. (I will also 
give you $25). 

Sincerely, 

T.H. 



Back by popular demand, the column 
to end all columns, is here to insult 
you, and inform you of certain events on 
campus. We hope you enjoy it and if we 
missed you this time, remember, there 
will always be another copy of the Review. 

Plato - Ferox got it together to defeat 
Logan College in flag football. Nice 
going men. 

Is Paul Kettwich really 1st round draft 
choice of the New York Jets? 

Were we seeing things or was Tony 
Taggert really here for a Friday night 
meal a few weeks ago? 

This week's Best Pledge Award goes 
to Dennis Shaw of Philo. 

Student Government's Fall Festival was 
alot of fun. But is it true Warren (Rocket 
Man) Simmons came back to ride the 
Rocket Plane? 

Rumor has it Mike has his own hot 
line to the White House. Too bad ydu 
don't know how to dial yet Mike. 

AO - You have a heck of a scream 
team. Horn and all. 

To Leonard Starling - Is there really 
a place called Nashville? 

The R.A. of the Week Award goes to 
Randie LaRussa. 

Cindy Wuebbels - Do you really play 
the piano 33 hours a day? 

Is there really someone in Baker Hall 
called Handy Andy? 

Barb Sommer - That's a nice new 
wardrobe your wearing. But does it have 
anything to do with being Student Govern- 
ment treasurer? 

Terry Minard - Are you really going 
to direct off-broadway next year? 

Best Dressed Award at the recent 
Halloween Party went to Rhonda McGrew. 

Hope your sister enjoyed the visit here 
Pam Zutter. 

Hope you get your voice back soon 
Harold Howie. 

Two of a pair look alike contest winners; 
Ron and Greg Manning 
David and Mike Krause 
Gerry and Larry Thomas 
Dennis Barker and John Crobitt 

Best SmUe on Campus Award goes to 
Laura Easley. 

We didn't forget about you Paula 
Gillespey. Wait until next issue. 

David Cooper plays six football games 
a day or so he tells Gail that. 

Best ping pong player award goes to 
Carol Bopp. 

Now that Gale Sayers, Chicago Bears 
Running Back has retired, McKendree's 
own Chondus Smoot should fill in for 
Gale. Good luck, Chondus. 

Happy Birthday Dean Darrah, Novem- 
ber 22. 

Wondering who writes this junk, keep 
guessing. (Ha, Ha) 

Something of a change, Student Govern- 
ment is moving this year. 

Nicest Freshman on Campus Award 
this week goes to Colleen Karrick. 

Nut Award goes to Adelphi who froze 
at their dunking booth at the Fall Festi- 
val. 

Larry Kunz, Freshman basketball star, 

you're so . . . big. 

Question - What does Dean Darrah look 
for on the ground when he walks along? 

Roommate of the Week Award goes to 
Terry Planitz and Kathy Markarain. 

Jim Rizzi, we will leave you alone 
this week. 

Steve D'Amico - Did you really referee 
our game at Eastern last year? No 
wonder we lost. 

Mitch Silverstein - What are you going 
to do in grad school? Cook? 

Nice hair cut Pat Doyle. 

Is 2nd floor Walton really painted yellow 
or is it all those pledges? 

Luanne Lucy - Does Rusty really sleep 
with all those snakes? 

Dude Award - Anybody who doesn't-go 
to homecoming. 

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1. Claudia Kerens, 

Rep. at Large 

2. Luanne Lucy, 

Environmental Committee 

3. Leonard Starling, 

Rep. at Large 

4. Barbara Thomlinson, 

Senior Representative 

5. Margie Mollet, 

Soph. Representative 

6. John Anthony, 

Academic Committee 

7. Greg Manning, 

Freshman Representative 



8. Dean Darrah, 

Advisor 

9. Janet Simmons, 

Rep. at Large 

10. Linda Lauchli, 

Secretary 

11. MikeSchleyer, 

President 

12. Hal Gray, 

Vice-President 

13. Barbara Sommer, 

Treasurer 

14. Jerry Mueller, 

Rep. at Large 




During the first year of change from the old Student 
Congress, McKendree's Student Government proved very 
successful. Through the year they were able to sponsor 
such events as: 

Homecoming 

Fall Festival 

Auction 

Talent Review 

Student Recruitment 

Student Evaluation 

Student-Faculty Auction 

Coffee House 

Speaker George Plimpton 

Films 

Special Dinners 

All School Picnic 

Road Rallys 

Dances 

Social Events at Horner Park 

Ecology Day 

Hunger March 

Book Fair 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




The McKendree Board of Trustees have for years 
done great services for the college community. 
This picture in the yearbook can be only a small 
token of appreciation to them for their interest 
and enthusiasm for McKendree over the years. 

Michael Schleyer 



President of the 
Student Government 



1 . Dr. Jack Travelstead 

2. Mike Schleyer 

3. Mrs. Grace Welch 

4. Mr. LeRoy Kruse 

5. Mrs. Vernon Piper 

6. Mr. Robert Woodward 

7. Rev. Donald Lowe 

8. Mrs. Wyvona James 

9. Mr. Rayburn Fox 

10. Rev. Robert Kraus 

1 1 . Mr. Wyatt Rawlings 



12. Mr. W.P. Mautz 

13. Mr. BJ.Holt 

14. Mr. Charles Daily 

15. Dr. Eric Rackham 

16. Dr. John Henderson 

17. Dr. Adolph Unruh 

18. Bishop Lance Webb 

19. Mr. Elvis Rosenberger 

20. Dr. E.W. Cannady 

21. Dr. Max Goldenberg 




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THE ANNUAL DIRECTORY OF 
DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS AT 
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Leonard W. Starling 

Managing editor Review 
Editor Review 
Student Government 
Vice-President Alpha Phi Omega 
Development Committee 
Air Force ROTC 




A. Sue Carmell 

Student Congress 

Secretary Student Life Committee 

Resident Assistant 

Head Resident 

Work Chairman Alpha Omega 

President Alpha Omega 

Governance Committee 

I.S.C. 

Homecoming Queen 





Michael R. Schleyer 

President Baker Hall 
Welfare Chairman 
Vice-President Senior Class 
Vice-President Plato-BS'ers 
Chaplain Plato-BS'ers 
Review Staff 
Dean's List 

Governance Committee 
President Student Governmer 



Kian Bin Chua 

Editor McKendrean 
Photographer Review 
Vice-President Sigma Zeta 
McKendree choir 
Allocations Review Board 



Mary A. Moeller 

President Sigma Kappa Tau 
Secretary Sigma Kappa Tau 
Secretary I.S.C. 
Treasurer PEMM 
Resident Assistant 
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Dean's List 




John W. Anderson 

Vice-President Philo 
Student Life 
Student Government 
Treasurer Alpha Psi Omega 
Resident Assistant 
Social Life Committee 
Chairman Film Committee 
President McKendree Crown 
Investment League 




Secretary-Treasurer Philo 
President Philo 
Student Government 
Student Life Committee 
Treasurer Walton Hall 



Luanne B. Lucy 



Student Government 
Vice-President Alpha Omega 
Work Chairman Alpha Omega 
Treasurer Junior Class 
Treasurer PEMM 



ChairmanStudent Environment 
Homecoming Queen Candidate 
Student Conduct 
Films Committee 
Programs Committee 



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On October 27, 28, and 29, the campus 
was transformed into a world of smiling 
faces, cotton candy, calliope music and 
merry-go-rounds as Student Government 
sponsored its Fall Festival. Students and 
townspeople alike were treated to a 
good, old-fashioned carnival which 
featured such attractions as a reptile 
house, a 150-pound pumpkin, a swami, 
and a chance to dunk a real, live, human 
target into a vat of cold water! 




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tended McKendree's Halloween party in Upper Deneen were certainty no exception. Be- 
sides the usual candy and pumpkins, the children were treated to games, stories, and a 
costume contest. Later in the evening, McKendree students had a party of their own, but 
its only similarity to the children's party was the decorations, refreshments, and costume 
contest. "All Star Frog," a very popular group at McK, provided music for the evening. 



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vided an exciting opportunity for twelve McKendree students to 
broaden their experiences. For Rod Baer, Paul Bickel, Linda Ham- 
mond, Joe Jackson, Walker McCreary, Linda Michels, Stephen 
Piotrowski, Ruth Raeber, Gail Schnipper, Frank Washington, 
Cindy Wuebbles, Mr. and Mrs. P.G. Kennedy and their daughter 
Annette, the streets of Paris, France, became the most unique 
classroom available. Leaving St. Louis on the afternoon of 
January 4th, these students began three weeks of discovering a 
new world. By viewing historical areas, touring some of the 
world's greatest museums, and mainly by just experiencing the 
French people and their country, these students became more 
vitally aware of what is happening outside of the United States. 




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Assistant Editor: 

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Claudia Kerens 
Business Manager: 

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Introduction: 

Pam Wagner 
Sports Editor: 

Bill Donahower 

Rich Kotras 
Class Editor: 

Melody Brawley 
Yearbook Staff: 

Roy Seiber 

Greg Manning 

Dixie Roberts 

Mary Pijut 

George Lightcap 

Harelyn Johnson 

Linda Wright (Jones) 

Clyde Brown 

Lyn White 

Bill Surman 

Rodney B3er 
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Physical Education 
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CLASSES 




Underclassmen 




Nancy Adams 

Mary Beans 

Paul Bickel 

Clyde Brown 




Kay Brown 

John Brownfield 

Bill Choat 

Connie Cole 




Gary Cox 

Julie Craghead 

Jeanne Cygan 

Mary Davis 



BobEickhoff 
Susan Fette 
Brad Flinders 
Tim Frazier 




Danny Gift 
Laurie Goulterman 
Kay Hazelwonder 
Randy Hopwood 



Julie Jahn 
Bill James 
Kathy Jones 
Colleen Karrick 



Chris Kilman 
Debby Kirk 
Sue Klingelhoefer 
Mike Krause 





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Sherrie Kroener 
George Lightcap 
Roger Lyons 
Rhonda McGrew 




Randy McGuire 
Greg Manning 
Debbie Martin 
Linda Michels 




Linda Miller 
Jeri Petri 
Mary Pijut 
Stephen Piotrowski 




Margo Potthast 
Deborah Price 
Katy Putnam 
Mike Raeber 





Nancy Sailor 
Larry Schupbach 
Conrad Scranton 
Susan Seymour 




Sue Shaffer 
Frank Sharp 
Steve Shaw 
Mike Smith 




Becky Thomas 
Jerry Thomas 
Larry Thomas 
Albert Tylka 




Pat Williams 

Bruce Winterrowd 

Tom Wolfslau 




Robert 
Black well 




Wayne 
Dillender 





Laura 
Easley 



Judy 
Gass 








Debbii 
Laniu: 



Linda 
Lauchli 



Cindy 
Lentz 






Randie LaRussa 



Bruce Moeller 



Margie Mollett 
Daryl Murphy 
Terry Nunn 
Terry Planitz 




Dan Schutvenhofei 





Donna Simmons 

Byung Son 

BillSurman 

Marlene Trader 






Cynthia Adamson 

John C. Anderson 

John W. Anderson 

Larry Baldwin 



Dennis Barker 



Sarah Benton 





Kathe Bryant 
Fred Brauer 
May Brown 

Kathy Carson 



Marguerite Comissiong 
David Cooper 
Ann Counselman 
Dave Dow 






Brion Gallagher 

Hal Gray 

Fred P. Harms 

Christopher Hodge 



Harold Howie 
John Jamison 
Dan Johnson 
Josh Kendrick 






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Mariane Kennedy 

Claudia Kerens 

Dwain Knollman 

David Krause 



Kathy Large 
Lynda Lawrence 
Marian Leftwich 
Dan Lepp 






Joanne Manning 

Nelson McAtee 

Mildred McClain 

Marvin Meder 



Danny Miller 
Lenny Moore 
Judith Morgan 
Cindy Naumann 





Ellen Olds 
David Peach 
John Ratcliff 
Sherry Ratz 




Dixie Roberts 

Gail Snhnipper 
Brian Schwarz 
Janet Simmons 



Pamela Sitter 
Chondus Smoot 
Barbara Sommer 
Leonard Starling 





Lynn Strieker 

Candace Switzer 

Ken Suzuki 

Jude Thompson 



Bill Wesselman 



Cindy Wuebbels 



Sharon Zurliene 




Mahmood Ammad, » f^S* *« Henry Anderson 

Tehran. Iran l JML.<V *. C-i « East St. Lours, III 

Business-Administration V#^MJ hfcT'1^ Art Education 
B.A. 



Myra J. Augustine 
leville, Illinois 



Business-Economics ».-. A <J . *V«* W Psychology-Sociologv 




John Justin Anthony 
Roodhouse, Illinois 



Charles H. Back tiF ' ff H Robert J. Baer 

O'Fallon, Illinois % L r l K Of Lebanon, Illinois 

Business-Economics -^ JHtkjT X -T ^T Science Divisional 
B.A. 



B.S. 



Michael R. Barbe 

Fairview Heights, Illinois 

Business-Economics 1^ *-*■ iflH ■ . Business-Economics 



Jeffrey Ira Bentman 
ChesteV, Mlinois \ >* 1 «, V Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Political Science V~ ^ «■ **« i '**. «^ Political Science 



William B. Biggerstaff 
Mounds, I llinois 
Physical Education 
B.A. 



Nancy Von Bokel 
New Baden, Illinois 
Psychology -Sociology 
B.A. 



Melody Dawn Brawley 
St. Louis, Missouri 
Elementary Education 



Aileen Sue Carmell 
Great Falls, Montana 
Elementary Education 
B.A. 



Nathan Bryan Carson 
Lombard, Illinois 
Biology 




Roger Keith Birlew 
Cahokia, Illinois 
Business 



Douglas Keith Book 
Mt. Vernon, Illinois 
English-Secondary Education 



Jacob P. Burkhart 
Dwight, Illinois 
Business 
B.A. 



Ruth Carr 

East St. Louis, Illinois 

Elementary Education 



Robert G.Castellani 
Paramus, New Jersey 




Mohammed Y. Choudr 
Gutranwala, Pakistan 
Business 
B.A. 



Gary Lee Clark 

Eldorado, I llinois 

Speech 





Steve J. Clendenny 
O'Fallon, Illinois 
Physical Education 
B.A. 



Gail E. Cooper 

Granite City, Illinois 

Elementary Education 





Carolyn Ann Darin 
Centralia, Illinois 
Physical, Education 



Robert Joseph De Boer 
Belleville, Illinois 




William Clark Douglas 
East St. Louis, Illinois 
History -Psychology 



lleville, Illinois 



Elementary Edu 




Anthony J. Finchen Jr. 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvani. 



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Dwain Lee Ford 
Kinmundy, Illinois 
Business-Economics 





Sally Jane Ford 
Salem, I llinois 
Physical Education 
B.A. 



John H. Francisco 

East St. Louis, Illinois 

Sociology 




Thomas H. Gaddy 
Olney, Illinois 
Psychology 
B.A. 



Rich Gray 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Philosophy 




Darlene Gross 
Olney, Illinois 
Speech 



Donna Grote 

Nashville, Illinois 

Elementary Education 




Thomas H. Hamilton 
Rantoul, Illinois 
Sociology-Political Science 
B.A. 



Darlene Haynes 

Belleville, Illinois 

Elementary Education 

B.A. 




Terry Henry 
Trenton, Illinois 
Elementary Education 



Jeffrey Jahn 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Music Education 









Harelyn Johnson 
Madison, Illinois 
Sociology 



Gregory Alan Jung 
Belleville, Illinois 
Elementary Education 
B.A. 



Marna Kettwich 
Arthur, Illinois 
History-English 





Paul Duane Kettwich 
Minouk, Illinois 
Physical Education 
B.A. 




Robert J. Killion 
Venice, Illinois 
Psychology 
B.S. 



Ed F. Kloustermeyer 
O.Fallon, Illinois 
Elementary Education 
B.A. 



Ronald W. Manning 
Virden, Illinois 
Political Science-Sociology 
B.A. 





Thomas M. McKee 
Rome, New York 
Business 
B.A. 




Randy H. Lahr 
Metropolis, Illinois 
Elementary Education 





John B. Leonard III 
California, Pennsylvania 
Sociology-Theology 
B.A. 



Leonard Lee Lucey 
Mascoutah, Illinois 
Sociology 
B.A. 




Junior Lund 
O'Fallon, Illinois 
Elementary Education 
B.A. 



David Lee Markwell 
Greenup, Illinois 
Physical Education 




Richard Anthony Miller 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Biology 



John Lubenkov 
Berwyn, Illinois 
Business-Economics 
B.A. 




Kirby Mansker 
Rockwood, Illinois 
Physical Education 




3 i 1 1 Mixon 
Belleville, Illinois 
Business-Economics 
B.A. 




Luanne B. Lucy 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Physical Edu 
B.A. 




Thomas E. Mauck 
Trenton, Illinois 
Business-Economic 
B.A. 



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Dianne Moeller 
Venedy, Illinois 
Sociology-Psychology 
B.A. 



Jerry Harold Mueller 
Freeburg, Illinois 
Sociology-Business 
B.A. 



Juvata Orr 
Jonesboro, Illinois 
Sociology 
B.A. 



William A. Perry 

Star City, Indiana 

Business/Economics-Accounting 



Dennis D. Price 
Worden, Illinois 
English 




Mary Ann Moeller 
Nashville, Illinois 
Physical Education 
B.A. 



Dianne Patricia Ohl 
Mascoutah, Illinois 
Physical Education 



Chongre, Seoul, Korea 
Political Science 



Richard Joseph Poettke 
New Baden, Illinois 
History 
B.A. 



Brian L. Ransom 
O'Fallon, Illinois 
Social Sciences 



Terry Carl Rehling 
Millstadt, Illinois 
Sociology/Philosophy 
B.A. 



Carol Ann Rennhoff 
Belleville, Illinois 
Psychology 
B.A. 



Alan Ray Rhein 
Carmi, Illinois 
Sociology 



George W. Rohlfing 
Oakdale, Illinois 
Elementary Educatic 



Orin L. Sampson 
Energy, Illinois 
Religious Studies 




Jack Reibert 
Gardner, Illinois 
Business/E 
B.A. 



Willis E. Rezba 
Sparta, Illinois 
Speech 
B.A. 



Barbara Rohlfing 
Hettick, Illinois 
Elementary Education 



John William Russell 
Collinsville, Illinois 
Mathematics 



John H.Sanders III 
Hammond, Indiana 
Business 




Michael Schleyer 
Chicago, Illinois 
Sociology 



Monica G.Schneider 

Lenzburg, Illinois 

Elementary Education 

B.A. 





Deborah Ann Schwartz 
Bethany, Illinois 
Elementary Education 



Vivian Yvonne Scott 
East St. Louis, Illinois 
Elementary Education 





Hugh Richard Sharp 
Patoka, Illinois 
Business/Economics 
B.A. 



Mitchell F.Silverstein 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Political Science/Business 





Eugene Anthony Soper 
St. Jacob, Illinois 
Sociology 



Bernice D. Stambaugh 

Norwood, New Jersey 

Physical Education 



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Shirley E. Steinkamp 
Nashville, Illinois 
Elementary Education 
B.A. 



Mary Lou Stotz 

New Baden, Illinois 

Elementary Education 

B.A. 








Tony A. Taggart 


Barbara Ann Tomlinson 


Toledo, Illinois 


Lakeland, Florida 


Physical Education/Sociology 


Art 


B.A. 


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Danett Sarah Utz 
Tonawanda, New York 
Biology 



Robert John Weakly 
Minonk, Illinois 
History/Political Science 
B.S. 



Scott AFB, Illinois 
Business/Economics 



Michael R. Voellinger 

Belleville, Illinois 

Business Administration 

B.A. 



William Howard Walker 


Catherine C. Ward 


Nashville, Tennessee 


llliopolis, 1 llinois 


Business 


Philosophy/English 


B.A. 


B.A. 



Evelyn Weathers White 

Litchfield, Illinois 

Speech/Drama 

B.A. 



Pamela Zutter 

Lima, Peru 

English 

B.A. 










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REEKS 
AND 
ORGANIZATIONS 




Alpha 
Omega 



1. Peggy Spencer 

2. Kathleen Johnson 

3. Cynthia Wuebblels 

4. Donna Perkins 

5. Paula Gillespey 

6. Deborah Lanius 

7. Rosalyn Koertge 

8. Susan Klingelhoefer 
SueCarmell 

10. Judy Thompson 

1 1 . Kathy Markarian 

12. Mama Kettwich 

13. Janet Simmons 

14. Kathy Carson 

15. Nancy Weible 

16. Luanne Lucy 
nder 

8. Terry! ~~ 




In the three years that Alpha Omega had been actiyly re-in 
organization. Alpha Omega is based upon the bel*f that 
and that through finding your own individuality#ou 
the campus and community. Alpha Omega has adbpted ai 



SIGMA KA 
GAMMA Sli 



1. Donna Simmons 

2. Katherine Jones 

3. Sherry Ratz 

4. Catherine Ward 

5. Dianne Moeller 

6. Linda Lawrence 

7. Dr. Carroll (Advisor) 

8. Mary Moeller 

9. Christine Miller 

10. Dianne Ohl 

11. Linda Wright 




Jean Kirt (Advisor) 
Jean Cygan 
Peggy Marlin 
Deborah Price 
Shirley Steinkamp 
Donna Grote 
Deborah Schwartz 
Nancy Von Bokel 
Carolyn Darin 
Barbara Komi 



YojUjuaZiy/Ja Hiyjua 



Tau, founded in 1967, has concentrated its ef- 
year on service projects that would allow ac- 
the National Sorority of Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
throughout the year included hours spent with the 
n of St. John's Orphanage, community affairs, as well as 
us school services. Sigma Kappa Tau received notification 
colonization under Gamma Sigma Sigma on February 28, 
973, and a fegf a y eaift probation, will become a charter mem- 
bat, 





Kappa Lambda lota 




The Clionian Literary Soc 1 
the McKendree campus foi 
the first society for women 
the first woman to graduat 
social and literary society, C 
library and worked with varioi 
our campus. Presently we haj 
most every campus activity, 
loyalty, many years of sister 
to be Clionians. 




Inter-Society Counci 





1. Judy Thompson 

2. Mary Moeller 

3. Cathy Ward 

4. Kathryn Carson 

5. Mark Kramer 

6. MikeSchleyer 
7. John Lubenkov 

8. David Koelling 

9. Galen Lapka 

10. John W.Anderson 

11. Roger Lyons 

12. Robert Young 

13. John Sanders 



Phi Lambda Sigma 




>phian Literary Society has the distinction of 
Idest fraternity on campus. Founded in 1837, 
McKendree College very adequately for 136 
field of literature. Philo is active in the 
Athletic Program. However, within its own 
fraternal interaction, a great deal of emphasis 
personal literary and rhetorical achievement, 
itself active in nurturing fraternal brother- 
most organizations. However, Philo considers 
to be not the groupness of a closed organ i- 
closeness of an open group. 



Alpha Phi Omega 

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V^lpha Phi Omega is one of the largest fraternities in our 
^country today. There are over 500 chapters with a mem- 
bership of over 150,000 men. A.P.O.'s main objectives are 
omote leadership, provide friendships, and service to 
ity, school, and nation. Chi Omega, formally 
Tau, was founded in 1967 with the ideals of 
leadership, friendship, and service to all intents 
ses for the Campus. The society is active in 
ce projects throughout the school year creating 
Brotherhood between members and benefiting 
and surrounding communities. In the spring 
T became a charter member of the national 
ty Alpha Phi Omega. The chapter name is 
is the only national service fraternity on 
Campus. 

itself on providing service whenever 
ity between brothers. 



1. Edward Kloustermeyer 

2. John Anthony 

3. Roger Birlew 

4. Mark Reibold 

5. Bradley Flinders 

6. Bill Walker 

7. John Lubenkou 

8. Galen Lapka 

9. Mark Kramer 

10. Mike Voellinger 

11. Charles Back 

12. Bill James 

13. Richard Dillender 



19. Drl 

20. Wi1 
21. 
22. 

23. Robert Your 1 

24. Robert Eickr 

25. DwightSmH 

26. Fred Brauer 



Alpha f ijt (§mm 



Phi Rho Ch 




The 1972-73 school year 
existence at McKendree. And 
quest for their fourth conse 
went on to garner awards in 
of activity, they are still goirtu 




I.Paul Kettwich 

2. Kirby Mansker 

3. John Fenton 

4. Harold Howie 

5. Steve D'Amico 

6. Pat Doyle 

7. Dan Johnson 

8. Dennis Adams 

9. Mike Krause 
10. Bill Wesselman 
11.TimTriggs 

12. Mark Allen 

13. Jack Weakly 

14. Brant Harper 

15. Jerry Bauer 

16. Brian Carson 

17. John Kovac (Advisor) 



Pi Lambda Tau 




PLATO was founded in 1849 by 16 merTwhd fdund 
the Philosophian Literary Society unabTeNtol fblfill 
their needs, and is the oldest social socje 
United States west of the Alleghe 
Because of its state charter, PLATO 
corporation by the state of Illinois 

Only persons with an interest in therfis^lv 
brothers can become members, 
strengthened through the bettermen 
on an individual basis. Platonians str 
leadership, and moral character througl 
hood and honor are aquired. 



14. Hal Gray 

15. Brian Gallager 

16. David Cooper 

17. Landon Moore 
Bruce Brock 

19. Craig Votrain 

20. Dennis Thomas 

21. Ron Manning 

22. Gary Willia.ns 

23. Ken Suzuki 

24. Francis Dant 

25. Plato 




Delta Phi Sigma 




Delta Phi Sigma, a social fraternity, strives to promote those qualities which are 
essential for a well-balanced scholastic program. Brotherhood, Individuality, 
Sportsmanship, Integrity, and an active participation in student affairs are just 
a few of the qualities created through membership in the organization. 

Adelphi, realizes that a college life consisting solely of academic routines fails to 
complete an individual's total education. Therefore, the organization provides an 
opportunity for its members to enjoy other activities associated with college 
life. This is achieved through such activities as intramural programs, parties, and 
our succulent pig roasts. 



1. Jake Burhart 

2. Tom Weil 

3. Rich Miller 

4. Dave Krause 

5. Rodney McGrew 

6. Tom Fohne 

7. James McDonald 

8. Ed Streif (Advisor) 

9. Thomas Mauck 

10. Robert Young 

11. John Sanders 






Investment Club And Phi Betta Lambda 




Left to right: Dennis Seipp, Phil Ambers, Dwain Ford, May Brown, Barbara Sommer, Jack Reibert, Heny Reater, Brian Ransom, Brant Harper, Richard Sharp, 
Ed Streif (Advisor), Thomas Mauck, John Sanders, Alexa Jane McDonald, Myra Augustine. 



Public Affair Forum 




1st row. I. to r.: Jeff Bentman, Mitch Silverstein, Chris Hodge, John Kovac (Advisor), Ron Manning 2nd row, I. to r, Harold hcwie, Douc Bock. 
David Krause, Greg Manning, Sharon Jones, Bonnie Frost. 



Women's Pemm Club 





1 . Mary Beans 

2. Luanne Lucy 

3. Rhonda McGrew 

4. Nancy Weible 

5. Katheleen Jones 

6. Mary Moeller 

7. Judy Thompson 

8. Ellen Olds 

9. Sherry Ratz 

10. Ann Darin 

11. Sally Ford 

12. MissKirts (Advisor) 



Alpha Psi Omega 



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1. Mrs. Grace Welch 

(Advisor) 

2. Claudia Kerens 

3. Linda Lauchli 

4. Dan Lepp 

5. David Krause 

6. John W. Anderson 

7. Dr. Dean Thomlison 

(Advisor) 

8. Janet Simmons 

9. Skip Rezba 



Volumn Lll September 1972 ■ May 1973 




McKendree 
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; Editor 

Barbara Tomlinson 

Manager. Chuck Back 
ditor . . . Rich Kotras 
REPORTERS 
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leyer Bob Castellani 
sy Pam Boden 

hower Brian Ransom 
amer Cathy Ward 
imons Judy Fries 
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Barb Tomlinson 

Evelyn Best 

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letters, and articles 
of the writers and do 
sarily represent " 
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t Association, or 2 - Barbara Tomlinson 

3. Leonard Starling 

4. Bill Donahower 

5. Pat Hursey 

6. Chuck Back 

7. Rich Kotras 

8. Mrs. Evelyn Best 
(Advisor) 

9. Rich Gray 
(not pictured) 

10. Judy Gass 

(not pictured) 




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Sigma Zeta 




1. Mrs. Mandolini 

(Advisor) 

2. Marianne Kennedy 

3. Carol Rennhoff 

4. Patricia Bost 

5. John Yunker 

6. Patricia Hursey 

7. Nancy VonBokel 

8. David Folkerts 

9. Rich Kotras 
10. Jerry Mueller 



Psychology Club 





McKendree College Choir 




McKendree Chapel Choir 




1. Paul Bickel 

2. Walker McCrerry 

3. Claudia Kerens 

4. Carl Heberer 

5. Pauline Jones 

6. Mary Davis 

7. Larry Schupbach 

8. Bill Choat 

9. Judith Gass 

10. Dee Ann Melliere 

1 1 . Linda Michels 

12. Gail Schnipper 

13. Kathleen Large 

14. Roy Seiber 

15. Gary Cox 

16. Bruce Moeller 

17. Joe Jackson 

18. Becky Thomas 

19. Kay Brown 

20. Debbie Martin 

21. Melody Brawley 

22. Lynn Strieker 

23. Cathy Shipley 

24. Franklin Cook 

25. Robert Noland 

26. Daniel Lepp 

27. Stephen Piotrowski 

28. Julie Jahn 



1. Joe Jackson 

2. David Wiser 

3. Bruce Moeller 

4. Randall McGuire 

5. Stephen Piotrowski 

6. Mary Davis 

7. Gary Cox 

8. Christine Kilman 

9. Linda Michels 

10. Gail Schnipper 

1 1 . Linda Hammond 

12. Daniel Lepp 

13. Prof. Freiner 
(Conductor) 







Dedication 




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