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1. Leslie Strickland and Annette Simpson 

2. Patty Douglas, Trina Lyons, and Heddy Komara 

3. FUionda Ford and Robin Rhoads 

4. Trina Lyons shows a prospective student the campus. 

5. Jane Kosydor, Karen Sikora, and Lisa Lindsay 

6. Mike Krause mans the Ferox drum that booms at Bear- 
cat home games. 

7. Gary Tedford and Frank Sharp 

8. Gary and Carol Funkhouser 

9. Mr. Baber and Gary Webster 





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1. Dave Harrison, Greg Grinter, and Gary Vandeloo seem to be restrain- 
ing Phil Souders for some reason. 

2. Trina and Roger Lyons, Dr. Hoist, Matt Hanna, Greg Manning, Mike 
Lewis, and John Vidakovich watch an intramural football game. 

3. Paul Cermak waits to see if Ken Meddow's backhand can be returned. 

4. Tom Weber 

5. Greg Jones 

6. Kurt Klein and Jerome Brooks in Upper Deneen 

7. Cindy Powell, Donna Boisseau, and Ginger Daniels 




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1 mutual and unsel' 
co-operation tasks were « 
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ed hands. Activities were 
plentiful, spirits high, 
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1. Janet Bowenn aster, 
Shirley Baugh, Mindy 
Memick, Terry Salsa, 
and Barb Koebel 

2. Jo Bauwens, Pat Kieh- 
na, and Sherry Hamp'- 
ton 

3. Kathy Feder and Bill 
Hogue 

4. Alan Pulliam 





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Motlicr nature could not have 
cooperated more than she did on 
Saturday, November 15, for tlie 
annual homecoming parade. The 
parade featured a record number 
of units and entries consisting of 
Ixmds, bagpipes, and floats. Alplia 
Omega Sorority's "Wish We May, 
Wish We Might" won the first place 
trophy and prize of $100. The sec- 
ond place tropliy was awarded to 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, and Clio 
won the tliird place trophy. 



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1. A bonfire-pep rally kicked homecoming weekend off. 

3. Bill Douglas out reaches the opposition in McK. 's 94- 
62 victory 

4. Douglas recieving the Vesley Award. 

5. Gary Vandeloo puts in two for McK. U. 

6. Maurice Williams drives by Missouri Baptist. 
Homecoming court: Val Thaxton, Kay Hazelwonder, 
Mary Beans, Melanie Feazel, Claudia Cook, Ellen Fis- 
cher, and Laura Zeugin. 



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CORONATION 



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At 8:00 Saturday night the 
Homecoming tempo slowed 
down for a dinner/dance and 
coronation at Fischer's Res- 
taurant in Belleville. 

(Kcture 2) Senior Kay Hazel- 
wonder was selected from three 
candidates as queen, and was 
escorted by Tom Helfrich. TTie 
other two candidates were (3) 
Mary Beans, escort Amie Sch- 
male, and (4) Valerie Thaxton 
and her escort Jim Norrenberns. 
Two women, (5) Claudia Cook, 
escort Bruce Winterrowd and 
(6) Melanie Feazel, escort Brad 
Weathers, were the junior 
maids. (7) Ellen Fischer, es- 
cort C. B. Jackson, was soph- 
omore maid, and (8) Laura 
Zeugin, escort Eric Stevenson 
was selected freshman maid. 
(9) Georgia Martin was tlie 
retiring queen and was accom- 
panied by Tom Drsulak. 




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Larry Harper & 
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Donna Dreaner 
John Holcomb & 
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14. Randy Smith G Cindy Schmitz 

15. Hossein Mogodam C Marti Bradbu. 

16. Cathy Hutson & Dan Harry 

17. Harold Hoppe C Sue Klingelhopher 

18. Joe Caciano & Jeanne Forhon 

19. Randy McAllister & Reata Reibold 

20. Jim Roth & Robin Crinter 

21. Ed Strief G Peggy Cole 

22. Tracey Snyder G Dave Schwoebel 

23. Joe Lanius G Janet Bowermaster 

24. Jeff Thomas G Cindy Hoover 

25. John Kazee G Dianne Doom 





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Karen G Bob Burke 
Nancy Russell G 
John Potthast 
Renee Dugger & 
Rob Ricl< 
Gary Moser G 
Donna Boisseau 
Dee Dee Derusse 
G Tom Burleyson 
Dixie Giger G 
Mike Pittenger 
Dee Ann Dillow G 
Jon Johnson 
Joyce Gobin G 
Tim Triggs 






Student Government 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT: Front Dean 
Tom Darrah, Bruce Winterrowd, Randy 
Smith, Claudia Cook, Gina Harlan, 
Val Thaxton, Ellen Fischer Back Ran- 
dy Hopwood, Bob Rhoads, Tom Helf- 
rich, Patty Douglas, Sheila Baugh, 
Pat Kiehna 

CAMPUS PROGRAMS BOARD: Sitting 
Tom Moser, Robin Rhoads, Standing 
Joe Caciano, Nancy Atkinson, Randy 
Smith, Janet Bowermaster 



Student government at McKendree is actually the 
incorporation of two bodies into one, the Student 
Congress and Campus Prograjn Board. Student Con- 
gress, of course, consists of representatives from 
all the classes. Campus Program Board is respon- 
sible for student activities and sponsors all the 
films, speakers, dances, concerts, and other social 
events of the year. 

Perhaps the greatest challenge to the student 
government came about when it decided to cancel 
interdorm for two weeks. The students were vehem- 
ently opposed to this decision and reacted with 
initiative and referendum. Although students are 
generally apathetic toward student government, this 
was one area where strong feelings lay. 




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PROGRAMS 
joe Caciano 
Greg Nold 
Kathy Feder 
Rhonda Ford 
Chris Caciano 
Karen Burgess 
Janet Bowermaster 
Melanie Feasel 
Jo Ann Bauwens 
Val Thaxton 
Dana Ard 

FILMS 

Bruce Winterrowd 
Gary Moser 
Bob Rhoads 

HOSPITALITY 
Kay Hazelwonder 

SPEAKERS 
Bud Taseff 
Kathy Feder 
Ross Brewer 





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1. Bob Rhoads and Cathy Smith as gos- 
pel singers in fine arts review spon- 
sored by student government 

2. Halloween dance featured Effic 

3. Deneen All-Nighter held first week 
of the fall semester 

4. Kathy Jones and Mary Beans at 
PEiMM Club booth for organizations 
fair 

5. Bob Rhoads was MC at All-Nighter 

6. Comedian-singer Dick Feller en- 
tertained on Sept. 10. 

7. A demonstration on "Hypnosis and 
Human Potential" 

S. The Spring Formal was held April 
10 at Dohack's Restaurant. 




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Concert and Reception 








1. Keith Worley, bell, Tom Cunningham, tamborine, 
Mrs. Seiber and Mr. Schanz at the piano. 

2. Sue Ferrier and Ms. Starr 

3. Grace Welch 

4. Glenn Freiner 

5. Doris Wolfslau and Alma VVeik are served by Nancy At- 
kinson. 

6. Nancy Atkinson and Mindy Memick 

7. College Choir 

8. Tom Helfrich and Kay Hazelwonder 

9. Terry Heintz, Carol Tillman, and Ellen Fischer 
10. Orville Schanz and Phil Neale 

























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Sitting Sandy Harmon, Debbie 
Marian, Cathy Pedigo, Mindy Mer- 
nick, Kay Hazehvonder, Maurie 
pass, Janet Bowermaster, Glenda 
De Bourge Standing Sheila Baugh, 
Barb Koebel, Terr>' Saksa, Shirley 
Baugh, Becky Whewell, Nancy 
Russell, Cathy Smith, Joyce Go- 
bin, Dana Ard, Jo Bauwens, Linda 
.Michels 

Barb and Mauri constructing the 
float. 

3. Homecoming Parade 

4. Bubbles and T. S. at Organizations' 
Fair 

5. Our winning float 

6. Our winning Bearcat 

7. Have you been a good girl, Kay? 
Sandy receives a gift from her 
pledge mother, Linda. 

9. Car Wash, one of the work projects 
10. Number 1, once again 





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Alpha Phi Omega is a na- 
tional service fraternity with 
chapters at more than 550 
colleges and universities 
across the nation. The chap- 
ter at iMcKendree is the Chi 
Omega chapter. It was origin- 
ally founded as Alpha Kappa 
Tau in the spring of 1967, an 
organization dedicated to ser- 
vice. After years of hard 
work, the fraternity was 
chartered by the national fra- 
teriTity on February 12, 1972. 
Chi Omega chapter exists to 
serve the needs of the college, 
the community, and the mem- 
bers of the fraternity, and is 
the only national fraternity on 
campus. 






1. Chi Omega's annual service project 
is the Bloodmobile, a project which 
takes place every spring. 

2. John Potthast, Mark Kramer, Wayne 
Dillender, Mark Riebold spending a 
weekend at Mark Kramer's lodge. 

3. John Pepper, Tom Kupferer, John 
Read, and Bill James collecting 
money for UNICEF, an annual 
project. 

4. Service project: car wash; Randy 
McAllister, Brad Flinders, Wayne 
Dillender, Bill James. 

5. Service project: cutting down a tree 

6. Mark Riebold at APO barbecue in 
Horner Park. 

7. Front: John Read, John Pepper, Tom 
Kupferer, Hossein .Mogadam, Dave 
Potthast. Back: Mike Kempfer, 
Mark Riebold, Brad Flinders, Steve 
Harris, John Potthast, Randy 
McAllister. 



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Delta Phi Sigma 




The men of Delta Phi 
Sigma (Adelphi) are a group 
of individuals, diversified in 
their interests, yet unified in 
their goal to set an example of 
strong moral fiber, dignity, 
decency, temperance, and 
chastity to the college com- 
munity', through such activi- 
ties as pledging (or, as we 
lovingly call it, atrocities), 
we become a closeknit core of 
individuals who sponsor spon- 
taneous cross campus races, 
moon watching, and the tradi- 
tional pig roast, to offer to 
the mckendree students a 
healthy, well-rounded college 
life. 




1. Todd Reigle, Gar) Abbott, Dr. 

Murphy (guest appearance), George 
Lightcap, Bill Belz, Roger Jones, 
Mike Pittenger 

George Lightcap acts as an inter- 
preter at the Model UN. 

3. Roger Jones 

4. Ross Brewer mans Adelphi's table at 
Las Vegas Night. 

5. Bill Belz sets an example of 
temperance. 



Gamma Sigma Sigma 



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Row 1 Anna Wolfslau, Laura Zeugin, Tracy Snyder, Angle 
Chrisos, Reata Riebold, JoAnn Mumaw, Pam Boden Row 
2 Cindy Weiss, Kathy Jones, Jean Cygan, Cindy Schmitz, 
Angie Moore, Melanie Feazel, Pat Kiehna Row 3 Gina 
Harlan, Ellen Fischer, Pam Jones, Melissa Bivens, Delia 
Crawford, Nancy Atkinson, Claudia Cook, Brenda Maine, 
Pat Culbertson, Mary Beans, Debra McNelly 
Organizations Fair: Cindy Schmitz, Sherry Hampton 

3. Sorority enjoys Mother- Daughter Banquet 

4. Advisors: Jean Kirts and JoAnn Mumaw enjoying the Motli- 
er-Daughter Banquet 

5. Pledging brings out the "kid" in everyone! Pam Jones, Patti 
Culbertson, Laura Zeugin, Missy Bivens, Nancy Atkinson, 
Debbie McNelly, Angie Moore 

6. Sigma Ser\ice: Halloween Party for children; Mary- Bean' 
'^vitching abilities holds childrens' attention 

7. Sigma is active in intramurals: Sherry Hampton, Kathy 
Jones, Cindy Schmitz, Pat Kiehna, Claudia Cook, Pam 
Boden, Jeanne Cygan, Ellen Fischer. 

8. Organizations Fair: Melanie Feazel, Cindy Schmitz, Sherry 
Hampton, Angie Moore 




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1. Clio's get-together at Streif's 

2. Serena and Dee Dee talk it over. 

3. Clio displays Greek unity. 

4. Dixie held speechless. 

5. Work project at Dave's Lounge. 

6. Dee Dee at Dave's. 

7. Vickie and Dee Dee paint the town 
GREEN! 

8. Row 1 Pam Skinner, Toby John- 
ston, LaNell Bayler, .Marsha Brasel, 
\'ickie Wallace Row 2 Nancy .Mar- 
tin, Shirley Ferry, Serena Foley, 
Dixie Giger, Dee Dee Walker, Di- 
ane Halloran 



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TTie men of Phi Lambda Sigma 
(Philo) are a closeknit group of individ- 
uals interested in sharpening their lit- 
erary- skills as well as enjoying the 
social aspect of fraternity life. Being 
the third oldest literary society- in the 
nation (founded in 1S37) and the oldest 
society' west of the AUeghenies, Philo 
has a colorful and impressive history' 
which includes a number of men of 
historical significance. Philo is proud 
of its past and strives to carr^- on its 
tradition with preservation of old rec- 
ords, work on the hall, an emphasis on 
its literary tradition, and recently re- 
newed contacts v, ith many past mem- 
bers. While Philo places great emphasis 
on the brotherhood which grows in a 
close group, they see this brotherhood 
not as the groupness of a closed group 
but as the closeness of an open group. 






Clyde Brown, Charley Headley, 

Conrad Scranton, Don Austin, Mark 

Brown, Dr. Phil Neale, Gar>- Cox, 

Keith Worley, Randy .McGuire, 

Charley .McDonald, Dan Bryan 

Dr. Neale making one of is rare 

appearances 

Philo Hall 

Gar>- Cox, .Mary Voegele, Paula 

Weiss, and Charley Headley in the 

spring production of "Harvey. " 

Dixie Giger tells Randy .McGuire 

off in the play. 

Philo Formal was held at .Augustine's 

in Belleville. 

Clyde Brown and Gar\- Cox in 

"Harvey" 



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Tim Triggs, Dr. John Kovac, Mike 




Krause, Joe Lanius, Tim Zantow, 




Mark Allen, Eric Stevenson, David 




Wilke 


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Dale Haverman talks to Joe Lanius 




about Ferox during the Organizations 




Fair held the first week of the fall 




semester. 


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Joe Lanius defglagged during a game 




with the BSer's. 


4. 


Tim Zantow and Eric Stevenson man 




Ferox 's table at ISC's Las Vegas 




Night. 


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Ferox in heavy traffic during Bser 




game 

















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The Platonian Social Society 
(Plato) was founded in 1849 by 
16 members. Originally a lit- 
erary society, Plato is now a 
social society, chartered by the 
State of Illinois, Plato aims to 
instill a spirit of brotherhood in 
its members, the acquisition of 
the social graces, and the pro- 
motion of social functions on 
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1. Sitting Gary Vandeloo Kneeling 
Dave Harrison, Chuck Renner, Bill 
Dickerson, Tim Boehne Standing 
Row 1 Joe Grimoldi, Jim Norren- 
berns, Dave Warnecke, Mike 
Lewis, Plato, Bob Rhoads, Bill 
Douglas, Bruce Thomas, Bill Muel- 
ler Row 2 Nelson McAtee, Jim 
Roth, Bruce Winterrowd, Larry 
Harper, Brad Weathers, Phil 
Souders 

2. A BSer toast at Fall '75 pledge 
class induction 

3. Hell night party at the Douglas' 
home 

4. Nelson McAtee, the "showman" 

5. Another bucket, Larry? 

6. Informal attire was encouraged for 
the first part of the hell night 
activities. 

More celebration at induction 
Bottoms up ! 

Gary Vandeloo, Princess, Greg 
Grinter, Dave Harrison 
Patty and Bill Douglas, Phil Souders 
Vandeloo, Souders, Renner 



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1. Mark Riebold, Randy McAllister, 
and Bill James 

2. Jane White and Larry Harper 

3. Front Marsha Brasel, Joe Grimoldi 
Back Bob Rhoads, Diane Halloran, 
Nancy Martin, Serena Foley, and 
Dee Walker 

4. Cathy Smith, Joe Grimoldi, and 
Serena Foley 

5. Dee Walker and Eric Stevenson 
shakin' their biomper pads 

6. Chugging contestants in action. 
Diane Halloran of Clio, Cathy 
Smith of AO, and winner Mary 
Beans of Sigma. 

7. Row 1, Janet Bowermaster, Sherry 
Hampton Row 2 Marsha Brasel, 
Todd Riegel, Linda Michaels, Shir- 
ley Baugh, Pat Kiehna Row 3 Dixie 
Giger, George Lightcap, fead Wea- 
thers, Joe Lanius, Bob Rhoads, Con- 
rad Scranton Row 4 Jerry Evans, 
Mark Riebold, Tom Kupferer, Eric 
Stevenson, Tim Zantow, Roger 
Jones, Brad Flinders 

8. Nancy displays displeasure, but Joe 
Grimoldi and Val Hill don't seem 
bothered 

9. Bruce Winterrowd and Brad Flinders 
hold a summit conference regarding 
the all important next beer run 

10. Dee Walker, Serena Foldy, Cathy 
Smith 




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Oh say can you see, by the 
candles' dim light. . . The 
spirit of '76 and the romantic 
atmosphere of a candle lit 
room pervaded McKendree's 
Spring Formal held at Do- 
hack's Restaurant in Fairview 
Heights on Sat. , April 10. 
The dance was the consuma- 
tion of a bicentennial week 
which had begun the previous 
Sunday with a firework display 
and the movie "1776." The 
lower campus was patriotical- 
ly decorated in honor of our 
nation's 200th birthday. 



Pemm Club 



Standing: Mary Beans, Kathy 
Jones Kneeling: Adviser Jean 
Kirts, Patty Douglas Sitting; 
Kim Gillespie, Melanie 
Feazel, Dee Walker, Trina 
Lyons, Lynn Beck 
Row 1 Allan Pulliam, Greg 
Manning, Tom Gregory Row 
2 Clyde Brown, Tom Kup- 
ferer, Sue Schneider, Jo 
Bauwens Row 3 Matt Hanna, 
Frank Sharp, Mike Schaulat, 
Conrad Scranton 
Row 1 Rether Johnson, Mike 
Schaulat, Rod Karcher, 
Charlie Kamper, Rich Crum- 
ley Row 2 Ken Meddows, 
Mark Schmidt, Paul Cermak, 
Don Barton, Row 3 Ed Gas- 
away, Hossein Mogadam, Tom 
Weber 
4. Grace Welch, Mary Scott, 

Steve Bott, Penny Kirby, Mary 
Voegele, George Lightcap, 
Sue Klein 



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Lettermen's Club 



Sigma Zeta 




Alpha Psi 



Public Affairs Forum 




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Religious Life 
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Front: Mar>' Porter, Sue Shane, 




Mary Milazzo, Kathy Feder, Bobbie 




Jo Mellulis, Robin FUiodes, Brenda 




Maine, Mary Scott Back: Mark 




Allen, Kim Loos, Kevin Barutta, 




Joe Schmitt, Joe Lanius, Greg Nold, 




Rether Johnson, Tom Moser, Art 




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Front: Marva Sheilds, Val Hill, 




Tegest Abebe, Lydia Abebe Back 




Linda Nelson, Delia Crawford, Ter- 




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Dr. Larr>' Br^-an, John Vidakovich, 




Kirk Galloway, Sue Schneider, John 




Kazee, Bob Koch 


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Deneen Workers 




Resident's 
Assistants 



Deneen Workers: Tom Helfrich, Larry 
Harper, Kay Hazelwinder, Phyllis Kuhl, 
Greg Jones, Dee Walker, Patty Douglas 
Joe Caciano 

R. A. 's: Standing; Jerry Evans, Bruce 
Winterrowd, Jo Bauwens, Val Thaxton, 
Steve Harris, John Potthast, Kneeling; 
Lynn White, Bob Rhoads, Terry 
Anderson 



McKendree Review 




Ross Brewer 



Joe Lanius 



Greg No Id 



The Review editorship was held 
by Ross Brewer until the spring 
semester when he had to give it up 
due to student teaching. 



Joe Lanius and Greg No Id took 
over the newspaper as co-editors 
in the spring to fill the vacancy 
left by Brewer's resignation. 



STAFF 
Fall 
Kirk Galloway 
Roger Lyons 
George Taseff 
Stephen Kirchgraber 
George Lightcap 

Spring 
Charles Headley 
Rether Johnson 
George Lightcap 
Janet Bowermaster 





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iVi C Ix G n Q r G3 n ^^^ thanks to Bill Mueller for many of ■ 


the photographs presented in this 1 


Adviser Ed Streif book. Our thanks also goes to the 1 


Editor Rob Rick people in the Registrar's office who | 


Photographer Joe Schmitt su 


pplied the staff with information ■ 


Activities Editor Kay Hazelwonder wl 


len it was needed. Finally, to any- H 


Organizations Editor Jo Bauwens one who helped in anyway, THANKS. | 


Student Editor Tom McHugh 


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Faculty Staff Editor John Holcumb 
Copy Editor Keith Worley 






Contributors 




Terry Anderson Kirk Galloway 




Sheila Baugh Joyce Gobin 




Shirley Baugh Diane Hollo ran 




Randy Beck Sue Haney 




Kevin Butler Gina Harlan 




Claudia Cook Tom Helfrich 




Karen Diecker Bill Hogue 




Shirley Ferry Bobbiejo Mellulis 




Serena Foley Greg Nold 




Paul Fox John Vidakovich 









Cafeteria Workers 




Communication 

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.ibrary Workers 




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Guards 




All School Picni 



What do a sunny afternoon, 
three bands, all the refresh- 
ment your cooler can hold, 
your best friends, and a free 
and easy spirit add up to? A 
helluva of a good time? You 
are right! On Friday, May 7, 
these factors combined at 
Hoemer Park for the all 
school picnic. 















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Joe Lanius and Janet Bowermaster 
Nelson McAtee, Serena Foley, Todd 
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With a smile like that, how could 

Kay resist? Right Whitey? 

SMILE 

WTioops. Sorry Jim. I didn't realize 

you're in your BVD's. 

"Calling Dr. Hydro", alias Mallet 

Head, alias Hydro Monster, alias 

h'lr. Strube. "Strubeydoo, where 

are you?" 

"Maintenance, Spider here. You're 

sure no lunatics are crawling around 

my telescope. Aren't you?" 

Cauglit in the act. Shame on you 

Sue. Interdorm violation, tsk, tsk. 

Captain of second floor Baker's 

swirly squad, Hossein Sabbohi Mo- 

gadam, F.P., swings into action. 

Sorry John Read. 

Scrub a dub-dub 

Greg! Why are you studying? Let's 

go to Ron's. 

"Fish" makes final calculations for 

his next moon shot. 

Bob and Sue, interdorm any time 

of the day or night. Where will you 

sleep, Keith? 

McK's contribution to the space 

program. A two man moon shot 

from Baker Hall. 




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1 . Professional card players, Mike 
Lewis and Ed Bergen. 

2. The "Foos" is fine for Mark Star- 
wait, Jim Harlan, Tim Boehne, and 
John Read. 

3. Serena Foley, Dee Dee Walker, 
Cathy Smith, Penny Kirby, and 
Valerie Hill are the girls gathered 
on the steps outside Deneen. 

4. Snacks and small talk; Penny Kirby, 
Toby Johnston, friend of students 
pictured, Liz Moser, and Pam 
Skinner. 

5. Tom Cunningham displays his cham- 
pionship style. 

6. Tom Weber, Don Barton, Shirley 
Baugh, Dave Warnecke take a 
break. 

7. The card players in Upper Deneen 
are: Shirley Ferry, Toby Johnston, 
Don Austin, Charley McDonald, and 
Clyde Brown. 

8. Bill Bierman grits and takes aim. 




Cafeteria and the Campus 




jJie 
Commencemeni oMc/ses 



1976 



McK^iidrec UWt^t 




FOUNDED 1828 



LEBANON, ILLINOIS 



TEN-THIRTY IN THE MORNING 
MAY TWENTY-SECOND 



Commencement Marshal 
Dr. Myron C. Reese, Professor of Chemistry 

Student Marshals 
Terry Anderson Robert Rick 

Ushers 

Dana Ard Gina Harlan Joe Lanius 

Catherine Cummins Stephen Harris Michael Schaulat 




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1. Kay Hazelwonder 

2. Rether Johnson and Mike Vollmer 

3. Pam Tyler 

4. Conferral of degrees 

5. Brad Flinders commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant 

6. Procession of graduates 

7. Greg Manning, Bachelor of Science 
Pat Malone 

9. Mary Beans receives her diploma 
from Dr. Murphy 
10. Gabe Komora assists Ester Jenckes 
before commencement 



Louisville Center 




Honors 



Hon 



Who's Who 



Three juniors, Val Thaxton, Bob Rhoads 
and Claudia Cook, were named to the Who's 
Who Among Students in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges for the 1975-76 aca- 
demic year. 

TTiis honor is conferred on the basis of grade 
level, extracurricu2ar campus involvement, 
citizenship within the McKendree com- 
munity and overall excellence of contribu- 
tion to McKendree. 




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Honors 




Fred Fleming Prof. Emeritus 




Grace Welch Prof Emeritus 





Eric H. Rackham 

Award 

1st 

Place 



Kirk Galloway, a junior art major won the 
"Best in the Show" award at the Regional 
Council on Interinstitutional Cooperation 
(CIC) Travelling Art Exhibit. 

Galloway's oil painting, untitled, was se- 
lected from over 70 works of art, including 
weaving, sculpture and photograph. 

The CIC is a consortium of junior colleges 
and four-year institutions in the St. Louis/ 
Metro East area, formed in 1974 to foster 
cooperation among member schools. The 
first award, $300, is named in honor of the 
CIC's founding president, Eric Rackham. 



This was Prof. Fleming's last year at McKendree as a 
full time staff member and Chairman of the Division 
of Science and Mathematics. After nearly 30 years of 
teaching at McKendree, we will always have fond 
memories of Prof. Anyone who has ever had a class 
in Voigt Science Hall will remember him; in fact, 
there aren't many people who have graduated from 
McKendree without having a class with him ! Remem- 
ber Botany class field trips, thousands of question 
sheets, a shaking finger and "falling by the wayside", 
long hours of lab over a smelly cat, "water the plants 
please", the saga of the tropical fish, busy secretaries 
with question sheets, slides of ascospores to jellyfish 
to be examined, "understand?", hot summers in Voigt, 
sorting out slides, clean-up sprees, lectures with re- 
membered experiences, a lot of caring about what 
happens to the students, "don't fall by the wayside 
now--keep up, understand?", more question sheets, 
a twinkling eye and grin, someone who's always there, 
lights off and shades up 'cause it's time to lock up 
Voigt--"are the John lights off now?", working hard in 
Friday afternoon labs, "bet you can't tell me. . . ", 
collecting moss, "what kind of a tree is that?", a pat 
on the back, dedication. Prof was a teacher that really 
cared; truly dedicated to teaching and knowledge for 
its own sake. 

Who could forget? Understand, now? 

"Grace Welch--professor emeritus. " That is the title 
McKendree College is bestowing upon her, as she re- 
tires at the end of spring semester, 1976. This title 
represents fine and outstanding service to the college, 
and the love of those whom she is leaving. 

Grace Welch teaches Speech, Theatre, and English 
with great enthusiasm. She always enjoys her classes, 
and looks forward to them. Her main love, however, 
is the theatre at McKendree. In the past years, she 
has directed many plays, from 16th century comedy 
(Moliere's THE MISER), to contemporary comedy 
(Simon's BAREFOOT EN THE PARKl, to heavy drama 
(Lawrence and Lee's THE NIGHT THOREAU SPENT DM 
JAIL). It has always been her goal to provide the col- 
lege community with a well-rounded theatre program, 
exemplifying the various ages and styles in which 
theatre has evolved. 



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President Murphy 

A new president isn't an everyday occurrence 




On May 22, Dr. Julian 
Murphy officially became the 
29th president of McKendree 
College through "The Presen- 
tation of the Charge" by Mr. 
Edward Bott. 

The year has undoubtedly 
presented Dr. Murphy with 
many challenges. Perhaps 
two of the more salient dealt 
with the Madalyn Murray 
O'Hair issue, and the dis- 
missal of Dr. Owen as Dean 
of Academic Affairs. 

Cries for Murphy's resig- 
nation came from the school's 
Methodist affiliates for letting 
a confirmed atheist speak on 
campus. He stood firm in his 



conviction that college is a 
place for all points of view to 
be heard. 

The dismissal of Dr. Owen 
by Murphy caused a great deal 
of concern on campus. Students 
and faculty felt that his grounds 
for the dismissal were unjusti- 
fied. He stuck by his decision. 

Murphy has been damned 
and exalted. This is a sign of 
his presence, and that he is 
taking definite stands. Stands 
that are popular, unpopular, 
and those that are met with 
mixed emotion. 

But let it be known. Murph 
is here. 




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163 


FEROX 


3 


3 


118 


BS'ers 


3 


3 


95 


APO 





6 


32 



PASS-PUNT -KICK 



TOTAL 



Mike Krause 
Tim Triggs 
Brad Flinders 
Bruce Winterrowd 
Charles Lyne 
Gary Vandeloo 







Mark Allen watches Heddy Komora, Patty Douglas, 
and Val Thaxton follow Keren Diecker as Trina Ly- 
ons blocks Clio's Pam Skinner. 

Karen Diecker outreaches Shirley Ferry and Trina 
Lyons in the Clio-Independents game. 
Bs'ers Mike Lewis, Jim Norrenbems, and Larry Har- 
per line up against Ferox's offense of Rob Rick, 
Eric Stevenson (snapping the ball), Tim Triggs (Q. 
B. ), Tim Miller (H.B. ), and Mike Krause. 








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4. Patty Douglas tries to block Trina Lyons' pass while 
Serena Foley comes out of the backfield. 

5. Mark Kramer and Tom Wolfslau rush Gary Mauser. 

6. Trina Lyons snatches Patty Douglas' flag. Val Thax- 
ton, Mark Allen and Pam Skinner 

7. Bill James protects Dave Potthast from Tom Weber. 

8. Paula Weiss punts. Patty Douglas watches. 

9. Tim Triggs puts pressure on Bruce Winterrowd while 
Jim Roth and Roger Lyons come to his rescue. 

10. John Vidakovich runs for APO. 



Intramural Volleyball 






BOl Beltz with Rick Penny blocking, 
Tim Triggs spiking, Mike Schaulat, 
Mike Krause, Joe Lanius, Tim Zan- 
tow, Rob Rick, and Mike Kempfer 
refereeing. 

Dana Ard returns a volley, Kay Ha- 
zelwonder on her left. Becky Whe- 
well, Dixie Giger, and Mary Beans 
refereeing 

Joe Lanius tried to block Bill Beltz's 
spike. 

Becky Whewell volleying, Kay Hazel- 
wonder (Left), Janet Bowermaster 
(Right), and Serena Foley waits 
across the net. 

Mike Smith spiking, Mike Krause 
watches, 

Mike Schaulat spikes, teammates, 
Frank Sharp, Tom Burle-yson, and 
Mike Smith. Accross the net, Tim 
Zantow, Joe Laniiis, and Tim Triggs. 
Cathy Smith makes an illegal return, 
Maurie Fass. 

Bruce Winterrowd goes up against 
Bill James. Hossein Mogadam. 






Basketball 




MEN 
A League 

BSer's A 

Gutsies 

Neves 

Baker's o o 

Fac Staff 8 

B League 
Belleville Bunch ' 

Ferox ! 

APO 

phiio ; 

BSer's B 17 

One-on-One 
under 6 feet Bruce Thomas 

over 6 feet Tod Reigle 

pro's Brad Weathers 

Free Throws 
amateur Bud Taseff 

pro Dave Wamecke 

WOMEN 

Free throws Dee Walker 

One-on-One Dee Walker 

Due to the rugged, overly aggressive 
play of the women, their season was ■> 
called off before completion to pre- 
vent injury. 






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Softball 



Men 


W 


L 


Forfeit 


Gutsies 


4 








BSers 


3 


1 





Philo 


1 


1 


2 


Ferox 





2 


2 


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2 


2 


Women 




W 


L 


Sigma 




3 


1 


AO 




2 


2 


Clio 




1 


3 


Home Run Derby 




Vandeloo 




14 


Black 






9 


FUnders 






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Intermurals Soccer and Bowling 






1. Jerry Casey 

2. Lynn Beck 
Lynn Beck, Toby Johnston, Val Thax- 
ton, Shirley Ferry 
Mike Lewis, Phil Saunders, Tim 
Boehne 

Sheila Moore, Angie Moore 
Steve Lirely 

Shirley Ferry, Paula Weiss 
Rich Crumley 

Chris Vincent, Sheila Moore, Dee 
Walker 





SOCCER 




1) Sigma 


3-1 


2) Mixed- Nuts 


2-2 


3) Clio & Ao 


1-2 




BOWLING 






W 


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Kuhls Kats 


24 


12 


Philo 


23 


13 


Grumleys 


22 


14 


Gutsies 


21 


15 


APO 1 


18 


18 


Ferox 


17 1/2 


18 1/2 


Plato 


15 1/2 


20 1/2 


APO 11 


3 


33 




Spring Productions 

The Night The Stars Came Out 
Street Car Named Desire 





What's entertainment doing in the 
sport section? Well, due to the break- 
down in the intramural system this year, 
there were two pages left in this sec- 
tion. So, on with the show. 

1. John Vidakovitch, Dave Dickens, John 
Reed, and Steve Bott at their weekly 
poker game 

2. John Read in "Street Car" 

3. The contestants: Paul Erwin, Jerry 
Casey, Patty Douglas, Mark Gifford, / 
Vicki Wallace, John Vidakovitch, 
Patty Culbertson, Roger Lyons. MC's 
Bob Rhoads and Cathy Smith 

4. John Vidakovitch singing "Rocky 
Raccoon" 

5. Vicki Wallace performing her cut 
from "My Fair Lady" 

6. Diane Wallace and Dixie Giger 

7. Patty Culbertson singing her take off 
from "Cabaret" 

8. Diane Wallace and Dave Dickens 



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candro, Mark O'Brien, Joe Morgan, Bruce Hart- 
zell, Joe Grimaldi, Bob Polka, Hossein Maga- 
dam. (Standing) Bill Dixon, Keith Mess, Jay Al- 
bertina, Kent Burroughs, Steve Harris, John Pott- 
hast, Tom Clark, Norm Seim, Brad Flinders, 
Messiah Kolokolo, Jim McFall, Don McFall, and 
Coach Howard Porter. 

2. Brad Flinders beats two Greenville players to a 
head ball. 

3. Norm Seim traps the ball during overtime against 
Principia. 

4. Mark O'Brien goes up for a headshot against 
Greenville. 

5. John Mess shoots on goal against Harris Teacher's 
College. 

6. Joe Grimaldi aggressively attacks Principia play- 
ers at midfield. 





The McKendree Bearcats finished tiieir 
fourth season of varsity soccer with their 
best record ever: 10 wins, 3 losses, and 1 
tie. At the end of the season, McKendree 
ranked third in N. A. I. A. District 20, behind 
Quincy College and Lewis University. 

McKendree scored a total of thirty -seven 
goals this season, averaging 2. 6 goals each 
game. Only seventeen goals were scored 
against the Bearcats with an average of 1. 6 
goals each game. McKendree went unde- 
feated the last six games of the season. 
Greenville was defeated for the second year 
in a row. Also defeated by McKendree was 
Illinois State University, an N. C. A. A. 
school. 

Leading scorers for the season were 
Norm Seim with 7 goals and 5 assists, Kent 
Burroughs with 5 goals and 4 assists and 
Charlie Brown with 5 goals and 2 assists. 
The McKendree soccer team boasted 
eighteen lettermen with only three graduating 



Basketball 



1. Dave Wamecke, Bob Haida, Bill Douglas, Bud Taseff, Mike Schau- 
lat, Bill Belu, Chuck Renner. Standing: Ass't Coach Wendell John- 
son, Tom Burleyson, Maurice Williams, Gary Vandeloo, Phil Sen- 
ders, Dale Haverman, Brad Weathers, Greg Jones, Kurt Klein, 
Coach Harry Statham 

2. Gary Vandeloo 

3. K'like Schaulat 

4. Bill Beltz 

5. Greg Jones 

6. Dale Haverman 

7. Chuck Renner 

8. Phil Souders 





McK. Opp. 1 


Mo. Baptist 


94 


62 


St. Ambrose 


91 


85 


Loras 


76 


93 


Marion 


119 


86 


Eureka 


109 


84 


Columbia 


107 


84 


Lewis 


93 


82 


Lewis 


91 


98 


Eureka 


66 


87 


Greenville 


81 


78 


Harris 


107 


74 


UMSL 


74 


76 


Chicago State 


88 


105 


Judson 


91 


90 


Quincy 


81 


86 


Blackburn 


91 


64 


SIU-E 


95 


86 


Mo. Baptist 


70 


69 


Ky. Wesleyan ■ 


90 


99 


Principia 


77 


53 


Harris 


94 


68 


Loras 


83 


77 


St. Ambrose 


73 


78 


Blackburn 


97 


83 


Quincy 


92 


97 


Eureka 


96 


91 


Season 17-9 





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Vandeloo retains control against Cougars of SIU 

Bearcats at the Kiel Auditorium against UMSL 

Wamecke drives past Blackburn 

Schaulat drives in victory over Edwardsville 

Douglas exhibits his fancy shooting style 

Coach Statham at a sideline talk 

Haverman pumps in two against St. Ambrose 

Statham reshapes strategy during a time out 

Souders shoots in 91-64 victory over Blackburn 

Renner drives the lane through the Cougars 

Wamecke contemplates a shot 

Haida powering past the D 

Vandeloo fires against UMSL 

Jones bums Blackburn 

Schaulat sneaks past St. Ambrose 

Jones breaks through the lane 





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2. Front Charlie Kamper, Kim Loos, 
Ken Meddows, Paul Cermak, Tom 
Weber, Greg Jones, Mark Schmidt, 
Jim Heberer, Don Barton, Bill Dick- 
erson Back Wendel Pruitt, Chuck 
Lynn, Rod Karcher, Gary Mauser, 
Dave Wamecke, Kurt Klein, Bruce 
Thomas, Ronda Horton, Dale 
Krause, Bob Rieger, Coach Van 
Smith 

3. Wamecke takes a stroll around the 
bases 

4. Webb makes the play at second 

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12 

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Row 1 Angle Chrisos, Pat Kiehna, 
Melanie Feazel, Lyirn Beck, Reata 
Riebold, Row 2 Kim Gillespie, 
Kathy Jones, Claudia Cook, Melissa 

vens, Heddy Komora, Patty 
Douglas 

2. Kim Gillespie drives home a spike. 

3. MCK battling Blackburn 

4. Pat Kiehna digs deep to make a 
spectacular save. 

5. Claudia Cook putting away a spike 

6. Pat Kiehna and Kathy Jones block 
while Patty Douglas, Claudia Cook, 
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Lewis & Clark 


L 


41-35 


Lindenwood 


W 


70-45 


Greenville 


L 


73-28 


Blackburn 


L 


45-30 


John Logan 


W 


49-36 


Flo. Valley 


W 


72- 6 


Blackburn 


w 


32-25 


SIU-E 


L 


72-23 


Prin. 


L 


45-30 


Lindenwood 


L 


35-38 


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2. 


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Dee Walker strains for the basket 


4. 


Melanie Feazel on the drive 


5. 


Row 1 Mary Beans, Joy Sample, 




Kathy Jones, Melanie Feazel, Row 




2 Dee Walker, Val Hill, Kim Gil- 




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Lindenwood College 


12 


2 


Principia College 


16 


7 


John Logan College 


11 


5 


John Logan College 


14 


15 


Kaskaskia College 


5 


6 


Maryville College 


21 


3 


Principia College 


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2. Karen concentrates intently on cross- 
ing that plate and scoring. 

3. Front Coach Brenda Hedges, Pat 
Kiehna, Debby Marian, Debby Mc- 
Nelly, Karen Diecker, Patty Doug- 
las, Angie Moore, Kathy Jones Back 
Coach Jean Kirts, Melanie Feazel, 
Dee Walker, Claudia Cook, Barb 
Clayton, Diane Halloran, Trina 
Lyons, Mary Beans 

4. "All right pitch baby, let's watch 
those walks. " 

5. Clobbering Cookin' Claudia readies 
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1. Mr. Hodge and Art Browiilie 
work in the art building. 

2. Jerry Casey, a freshman music 
major. 

3. Linda Michaels practicing in 
Circuit Riders Hall. 

4. .An elementary' education 
major student teaching. 

5. Robin Seiber works with 
Steve Kirchgraber. 

6. Pam Skinner in "clay class. " 

7. Toby Johnston and Pam Skin- 
ner in beginning painting. 

8. Gina Harlan observes at Leb- 
anon Grade School. 

9. Kirk Galloway works in advan- 
ced painting. 

10. Shirley Ferry in pottery class. 

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1. Mr. Baber conducts French 
class 

2. Parliament was one of the places 
seen by students during the 
European interim trip 

3. Fred Freeman and Sandy Kerr 
on trust walk for Sp. 100 

4. Kim Loos in discussion group 

5. LaNell Bayler and Donna Lamm 
on speech class activity 

6. Harry Bracey in Social Deviants 
class 

7. Eiffel Tower, Europe trip 
Dean Thomlison in Lab in 
interpersonal comm. class 
Another sight seen by European 
trip 

French class 

George Lightcap during his 
senior speech recital 



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Jim Harlan 

2. Kevin Pritchett talks to Dr. 
Reese 

3. Dr. Jones conducts a Calculus 
class 

4. Nancy VVidicus in Chem lab 

5. "A unit circle, got it?" 

6. General Chem class 

7. Astronomy Lab 

8. MattHanna, Frank Sharp, and 
Rick Penny 

9. Dr. Hoist answers after class 
questions 

10. Mike Schaulat sets up an ex- 
periment 

11. Mr. Porter shows Sue Shane how- 
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2. Sally Franklin and Kathy Hud- 
son check harmful drugs 

3. Dr. Neale conducting a philo- 
sophy class 

4. George Gruber conducts a 
business class 

5. Mr. Brown leads discussion 

6. Basic Accoimting class 

7. Ed Streif, head of the business 
department 

8. A guest lecturer speaks about 
narcotics 

9. Streif teaching his principles 
of accounting class 

10. Mr. Gruber in marketing 

11. Neale lectures in social ethics 





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Mascoutah, IL 


Joppa, IL 


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RANDY BECK 


O' Fallon, IL 


Caseyville, IL 


Elementary Education 


History & English 


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FREDERICK J. BECKER 


Peoria, IL 


Breese, IL 


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Accounting 



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St. Elmo, IL 

Business Ad. G Psychology 

PAMELA MARIE BODEN 

Belleville, IL 

History & English 

CLYDE R. BROWN 

CaJiokia, IL 

Biology 



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BURCHYETT 
Grand Tower, IL 
Music 

JANE BYNUM 
Belleville, IL 
Elementary Education 
CLAUDIA COOK 
Sciota, IL 
English & Psychology 




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Lebanon, IL 
Elementary Education 
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East Alton, IL 
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Belle%dlle, IL 
Elementary Education 
REBECCA ANN HAMMOND 
Lebanon, IL 
Elementary Education 



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Kinmundy, IL 

Biology 

RENNARD LEE*MAR HARRIS 

Centralia, IL 

Psychology & Political Sci. 





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Godfrey, IL 
English G History 
LINDA HEER 
Lebanon, IL 
Elementary Education 
PAUL BRIEN HINSON 
Effingham, IL 
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RANDAL M. HOPWOOD 
Fillmore, IL 
Speech Communication 
MARY JOHNSON 
East St. Louis, IL 
Elementary' Education 
KATHERINE LEE JONES 
Salem, IL 
Physical Education 



BARBARA ELLEN KING 

Belleville, IL 

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Lebanon, IL 

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Bethalto, IL 

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Phillipsburg, NJ 

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East Alton, IL 
Human Behavior 



TRINA LYONS 
East Alton, IL 
Physical Education 
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Worden, IL 
Sociology & Psychology 





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Newburg, IN 

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Belleville, IL 

Elementary Education 

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Virden, IL 

Biology 




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O' Fa lion, IL 

History 

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Scott AFB, IL 

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Pierron, IL 
Elementary Education 
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Ina, IL 
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Belleville, IL 

Psychology 

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Belleville, IL 

Elementary Education 



LINDA MARIE MICHELS 

Sparta, IL 

Music & Psychology 

MARY MILAZZO 

Belleville, IL 

History 

KARLA MORRIS 

Belleville, IL 

Psychology 




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KATIE PUTNAM 
Eldorado, IL 
Elementary Education 
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Troy, ILL 
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Belleville, IL 
Physical Education 



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EUery, IL 

Elementary Education 

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Keyesport, IL 

Elementary Ed, G Psychology 

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Okawville, IL 

Business Administration 



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Columbia, IL 

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Columbia, IL 

Elementary Ed. & Psychology 

PAM SCHULTE 

Belleville, IL 

Elementary Education 



DELBERT CONRAD 
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West Salem, IL 
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Patoka, IL 

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O' Fallon, IL 
Elementary Education 







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Belleville, IL 
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Cisne, IL 

Business Administration 
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St. Charles, MO 
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Belleville, IL 


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Freeburg, IL 


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Centralia, IL 
Elementary Education 
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Lebanon, IL 
Mathematics G Psychology 



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Lebanon, IL 

Business Administration 

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C Fa lion, IL 

Business Administration 




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Hill, Lionel 
Holcomb, John 
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Holland, William 
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4 Jefferson, Doris 
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3 Kolokolo, Messiah 

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1 Layman, Carl 

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3 Lemke, Clyde 

2 Lemons, Steven 

1 Leuthold, Lisa 

2 Lilly, Barbara 

4 Linton, Charles 

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4 Lowry, Stephanie 
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2 McDuffy, Michael 

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1 Mclntyre, Velma 

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4 Messmore, Mark 

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2 Miller, Timothy 
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2 O' Morrow, John 
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Sinclair, Edward 3 

Smith, Dale 2 

Smith, Hattie 3 

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Snyder, Brian 3 

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Stanfield, Billy 4 

Stanton, John 4 

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Thomas, Becky 3 

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Vining, James 4 

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Wiecking, John 4 

Wilkins, Richard 2 
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Wolf, Wade 3 

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Faculty, Staff and Administration 




VERNON SNEAD 

V.P. Financial Affairs, B.S., SIU, M.S. Ind. U. 



THOMAS DARRAH 

V.P. Student Affairs, B.S., M. Ed. Kent State 



JULIAN MURPHY 

PRESIDENT A. B., M.A. SteUon U. , A.M. Hetcher, 

Ed. D. , U. of Mass. 

EMERLAL OWEN 

V.P. A cadenic Affairs, A.B. McK., Ed.M, Ph.D. St. 

Louis U. 



Faculty 




TED ANDERSON 

Asst. Prof. Biology, BA U. of Kansas, 

PHD St. Louis U. 

STANLEY BOCHTLER 

Prof, of Ed., BS, MS, PhD, SIU 



YYON BABER LOWELL BURGER 

Prof. Spanish & French, AB, MA U. of Business Ad. , LLB Vanderbilt ■ 

Oxford, MA St. Louis U. 

MURELLA BOSSE ROBERT BROWN 

Prof, of Psychology, BS Ind. U. MS, SIU Prof, of Sociology, AB McKendree, 

MA George Peabody 




LAWRENCE BRYAN 
Prof, of Religion, BA Muskingum Col- 
lege, PhD Northwestern U. 

FRED FLEMING 

Prof of Biology, BS Ind. Normal U. , 

MS U of Wyoming 

PAUL FUNKHAUSER 

Prof of Chemisry, BS McKendree, MA, 

PhD Purdue U 



DWAYNE COLE 

Prof, of History, BA Northwestern 

College, MA U of Minn, PhD St. 

LU 



JAMES DRAKE 

Art, BFA U of Cincinnati, MFA, SIU 

GLEN FREINER 

Prof, of Music, AB McKendree, MM 

Drake U. 

JAMES GRAY 

Business Ad, AB SIU, JD St. Louis U. 



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LYNN GROVE 

Head Librarian, AB McKendree, MA 

U of Denver 



GEORGE GRUBER 

Business Ad, BS, MBA Arizona State 



WILLL^M HODGE 

Art, BS SIU, MFA U of Iowa 



DON HOLST 

Physical Ed, BS Emporia, MS U of Mo. 

D Ed Montana State U 



DOUGLAS JONES 

Prof of Math, BS, MA U of Oklahoma 

PhD Iowa State U 



KATHERINE KIRTS 

Prof of Phys Ed, BS Lindenwood, MS 

Indiana U 



JOHN KOVAC 

Prof of Pol. Sci., BA, MA Michigan U 

PhD U of Utah 




JANET MCREYNOLDS 

Prof of Ed, BA Iowa Wesleyan, MS 

Central MO State U, Phd SIU 


PHILIP NEALE 

Prof of Philosophy, BA Wooster, BD Union 

Theological, MA, PhD Vanderbilt U 




HOWARD PROTER 

Prof of Physics, BS, MS Arizona U 

ORVILLE SCHAN2 

Prof of Music, AB McKendree, M Ed 

Drake U 


MARIANNE POSTON 

English, BA W. Maryland, MA, Boston 

U, PhD U of I 

ROBIN SEBER 
Music, MM SIU 


MYRON REESE 

Prof of Chemistry, BS Cal. State Col 

lege, PhD U of Notre Dame 




MARGARET STARR 

English, BA McMurray College, 

PhD U of I 


MA, 


HARRY STATHAM 

Athletic Director, AB McKendree, 

MA U of I 


FRANK STIERS 

History, AB Yale U, MA, PhD 

Washington U 




EDWARD STREIF 

Business Ad, AB McKendree, MBA St. 

Louis U 


TOM BURK 
Consultant 




CAROLYN CARSTANGE 
Office Manager 



DEAN THOMLISON 

Speech/Communication, BA Oklahoma 
Baptist, MA, PhD SIU 




CURTIS TRAINER 

Prof of Education, BS SIU, MS U of I 

Ed D Washington U 

GRACE WELCH 

Prof of English/Speech, AB McKendree, 

MA Northwestern U 

RAY GRINTER 
Director 



GEORGE TUERCK 
Music, A A BAC 



ELIZABETH ZELMAN 
Anthropology/Scoiology, BA , ^'lA U 
of Mo. PhD U of Michigan 

SANDY SCHMULBACH 
Consultant 



DAVID \-AN A KEN 
English, BA, MA SIU 



Staff 



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JOE ALFORD 



SHARON ARBOGAST 



Dir. of Deferred Giving, BA McKendree Swithboard 



CHRIS BECKER 

Secretary of Director of Physical Plant 



DOROTHY BENNET 
Secretary to Librarian 



LORAINE BROWNFIELD 
Secretary to President 



ROBERT BURK 

Asso. Dir. of Admissions 



BETTY DORENCAjvIPER 
Transcript Secretary 



ROBERT ESKRIDGE 

Dir. of Grants G Foundations 




JANET EVANS 

Secretary to Financial Aids 


JERRY E\-ANS 

Asst. to VP Student Affairs. BS, 

Eastern 11 U 


MA 


SUE FERRIER 
Secretary to Registrar 


RAYMOND FRISBY 
Security 


KAREN FRY 

Secretary to Athletic Director 






KAY GAUT 

Secretary to VP, Academic Affairs 


GARY GOETTER 
Security 




NANCY GROOVER 
Asst. Librarian 




JILL HASELHORST 

Secretary to Institutional Research 

DORIS JEFFERSON 
Asst. Librarian 



MARY HEN MAN 
Nurse, AB McKendree 



PHYLLIS KUHL 
Dir. Deneen Center 



GLADYS HESS 
Communications Clerk 



FRAN LAUTENSCHLAEGER 
Snack Bar 



JOHN MARKS 

Asst. Dir. of Special, Instructional 

Programs 



HAL MONTAGUE 

Director of Admissions BS, MS Florida 

State U 




JO ANN MONTAGUE 
Registrar, BS Florida, MS SIU 



JUDITH MOORE 
Cashier 



JUDY MORGAN 
Accountant, BA McKendree 



DAISY MOSER 
Accounts Payable Clerk 

WILLIAM MUELLER 

Dir. of Information, BA SIU 



JOANN MUMAW 

Secretary to VP Student Affairs 

DAVID MUNOZ 
Bookstore 



EMMA MURPHY 
Bookkeeper 




ROBERT NIEDER 

Business Manager 


MARY ANN NEW CO MB 
Secretary to VP, Financial Affairs 




MARJORIE OLDS 

Dir. Food Services, AB McKendree 


JANET PEACH 

Secretary to Dir. Public Relations 


RUTHELLEN PECO 
Dir. Communications 


VIRGINIA PEPPER 
Cashier 


NORBERT RAPP 
Dir. Physical Plant 


FRED ROBINSON 

Dean of Administration, AB McKendree 

MBA SIU 




CHARLOTTE SlvQTH 


KAREN STANFIELD 


ANETTE TIPPIN 




Secretary to Dir. , of Admissions 


Asst. Librarian, BA, MLS U of Hawaii 


Secretary 




DORIS WEBER 


ALMA WEIK 






Financial Aids Officer 


Gifts Secretary 






LYNN WHITE 


IX3RIS WOLFSLAU 


A.J. WOODS 




Director of Housing, BA McKendree 


Secretary to VP for Development 


Asso. Dir. of Admission, BA, 


MA SIU 



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Maintenance and Cafeteria 





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ELVA BOONE 


ROSIE BROWN 


FRANCES BURNS 


BOYD DAVIS 


ED DENNIS 


Cafeteria 


Cafeteria 


Cafeteria 


Security 


Custodian 




JOHN FISCHER 


MARGARET GIGER 


ONITA HAEUBER 


LOUISE HALL 




Maintenance 


Cafeteria 


Snack Bar 


Cafeteria 


BILL HARMON 


BILL HARRIS 


MARCELLA IBERG 


CHUCK KLEIN 


GEORGE LYONS 


Maintenance 


Maintenance 


Cafeteria 


Custodian 


Maintenance 




CALVIN MANDLEY 


VIRGINL\ MAACK 


MIKE MC DUFFY' 


BILL MONKEN 


Custodian 


Snack Bar 


Custodian 


Groundskeeper 


WALTER MUELLER 


GERALDINE NAILING 


GLENN PODESVA WALTER SMITH 


BECKY THOMAS 


Cafeteria 


Cafeteria 


Custodian Custodian 


Custodian 


JIM WARD 


ROY WARD 


MARGARET WEBSTER 


PAT ZEEB 


Custodian 


Maintenance 


Custodian 


Custodian 




Hands reached out to help. They helped under 
all circumstances. When the tragic death of Sue 
Schneider occurred this spring, hands and hearts 
went out to those who were closest to her in an 
effort to help them in some way through their 
grief. 

The sororities and fraternities on campus 
lend helping hands through their many service 
projects that serve the college community. Not 
only do they help others, but the sisterhood and 
brotherhood promoted by these organizations 
among their members let them know that there is 
someone concerned and willing to lend a helping 
hand. 

For those who need a hand, help is waiting 
in the offices on the hill, student affairs, the 
student union, and by all those running and 
maintaining the campus. Lf help is truly needed 
and sincerely sought, it will be found. 

Many things of this year will fade away in 
our memory. Yet there will always be memories 
that linger, that stand out. Those that will be 
most remembered are probably those we have of 
someone reaching out to us, lending a helping 
hand. 





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Susan Schneider, a senior 
student at McKendree College, 
was fatally injured in an auto- 
mobile accident on the night of 
April 22. Susan, who was very 
active here on campus, was a 
math and music major. Her 
other interests included the 
McKendree College Choir, 
Sigma Zeta, and the Religious 
Life Association, of which she 
was the secretary. She had 
already been accepted for an 
assistantship at Eastern 
Illinois University for the 
coming fall. 

Her death leaves a great 
emptiness in the lives and 
hearts of her family and 
friends. 








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Our country has grown and prospered 
now for 200 years. There have been the good 
and the bad times, the rough and the pleasant 
times. Through it all we have grown and ma- 
tured both as individuals and a nation. 

McKendree has been around for 148 of 
our nation's 200 years. It too has faced the 
good and the bad, the rough and the pleas- 
ant. It has grown and developed, and sent 
grown and developed men and women as ma- 
ture individuals to the challenge of society 
and the nation. Many rose to and above the 
challenge strengthening our nation and pro- 
ving the value of small private colleges to 
the nation. 

The theme this year may have been 
"Hands helping hands", but to McKendree, 
that is a timeless theme. The faith and 
confidence in oneself and others that is 
instilled in a person in an atmosphere of 
concern and helpfulness becomes a per- 
vading spirit in that person's life. That 
spirit is carried over into life long endea- 
vors and the spirit is felt by those who come 
into contact with it. In this manner it pro- 
liferates among the people of a community. 

A hand offered in friendship and concern 
may seem insignificant at the time. How- 
ever, knowing there is concern present, 
and a hand waiting to help can make all the 
difference in a time of personal turmoil. As 
long as the spirit of concern and willingness 
to extend a helping hand exists, we will ma- 
ture, grow, and become strong as individ- 
uals, a college, a community, and a nation. 






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