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Volume 70 



71 Years of Publication 



1984 



Year In Review 

A change for the better 



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The 1983-84 year saw a con- 
tinuation of changes at McKen- 
dree. The college*s turnaround be- 
gan in 1982. Approximately 150- 
160 students were recruited to the 
freshman class — the largest in the 
school's 1 56 year history. All of the 
dorms, for the first time in a long 
while, were completely full, and in 
1983 Carnegie Hall was converted 
from faculty offices back to its 
original purpose — that of a dor- 
mitory. With the reopening of 
Carnegie, offices had to be relocat- 
ed. Several buildings around cam- 
pus were renovated to accommo- 



INDEX 


Title 




1 


Opening 




2 


Organizations 


Sec 


1 


Student Life 


Sec 


II 


Sports 


Sec 


III 


Classes 


Sec 


IV 


Administration 






Faculty/Staff 


Sec 


V 


Classified 


Sec 


VI 


ffiT McKendrean 





date all departments on campus. Although the 
change caused much havoc on upper campus, 
everyone contributed in working together to 
get the job done. A new administration worked 
hard to see that their new ideas and policies 
were carried out. The change proved to be a 
success as everyone settled into their area and 
got used to their new surroundings. 



illion Dollar 




Donation 

On Friday, September 30, 1983, the Wildy 
Hall and Robert F. White Memorial Mall 
dedication ceremony was held on McKendree 
College's Lebanon campus. Alexander Wildy 
donated his farm near Athens, IL to the col- 
lege in October, 1981. The one million dollar 
donation was used partly to renovate the Old 
Science building into much needed office 
space for campus administration. When asked 
why he donated such a sum to a college he had 
no apparent connection with, the 89 year-old 
Wildy replied: "You can't take it with you, I 
just wanted to help." 

McKendree 
Dedicates Yearbook 

McKendrean editors Vicki Seiberlich and the St. Louis Metropolitan area. With warn- 

Scott Clements with advisor Will Mulvaney ingsof closing its' doors after 131 years. Globe 

have announced that the 1984 McKendrean publisher Duncan Bauman granted permis- 

will be dedicated to the St. Louis Globe- sion for the college to use the Globe's mast 

Democrat for its many years of fine service to head and page titles in their annual yearbook. 



McKendree's Bothwell Chapel 

Another very generous donation to McKen- 
dree was given by Mrs. Muriel White in mem- 
ory of her deceased husband, Robert F. White, 
for the purpose of constructing an outdoor 
mall area for McKendree's students, faculty 
and staff. Mr. White was a member of 
McKendree's class of 1 922 and later served on 
the Board of Trustees in the 1960's. 

Mrs. White and Alexander Wildy were pre- 
sent at the dedication and tours of Wildy Hall 
and the college's expanded bookstore and 
computer center were given. 



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Title 



PERSPECTIVE 

Take Another Look 



1983-84 has been a year of many changes 
for McKendree. While some of the old tra- 
ditions are still around, many new prece- 
dents have been set. The enrollment saw an 
increase during the 1982-83 school year 
and an even bigger increase this year. 
Buildings have been assigned new uses and 
major renovations have taken place. Al- 
though these changes have been occurring, 
we're not always aware of what is going on 
around us, unless we are directly involved. 
Take time to look again, you might just see 
something . . . interesting! 

Right: Freshman Ken Coplen looks on as twins Dave 
and Kevin McFarland find their true identity. 




McKendree Soccer player Greg Bean tries his 
hand at a new sport. 



[Opening 



On a break from classes, Dr. McGuire accompa- 
nies a prospective McKendree student (his 2 year 
old son) to the Greek Week Fair. 



J.T. Atwood seems to be happy about moving back 
into the dorms for the 1 983-84 school year after his 
summer break. (?) 




Above: Upper Deneen provides a quiel place for Julie Muskopf to 
study. 

Right: No, this isn't the latest entree served in Ames — Take 
Another Look, it's Dave Merz in his original, prize-winning cos- 
tume at the Halloween Costume Dance. 



Opening M 3 



Keep Looking . . 




4 M Opening 




Because McKendree is a small college, the students have the advan- 
tage of knowing almost everyone. Even though there were over 230 
students living on campus this year, the students still seemed to know 
at least a little about the other students around them. But there were 
always those that seemed to pop out from no where at the end of the 
year. — Keep looking for those hiding students. 



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lop Right: Ice forms on the holly bus] 
Middle RiRhl: Tim Kcclcy 
Rij-h<: Ah! The Ihrill of watching inlr; 
Ahovc: Frequently overlooked is (he be 



npus during sub-zero lemp 



ntranceway on front 



Opening 



Splice of Student Life 




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Up Where We Belong 

1983 Homecoming 




Homecoming is one of the oldest of 
McKendrce's annual events. The tradi- 
tional Homecoming Day Soccer Game, 
Parade, and the evening Queen's Coro- 
nation took place once again. Although 
the weekend was plagued by Fall rains, 
there were clear skies just long enough 
for the Bearcat Soccer Team to finish 
their game, and for the parade to make 
its way through Lebanon. The rain sti 
didn't hamper the spirit and excitement 
of the weekend. 



Right: Queen candidates Diane Davis, Jo-Ann 
Summers, and Vicki Seiberlich. 



Abote: Philo's entry in the parade stood out easily with their yellow banner. 
Right: l.inda and Don Parker display a rare brother-sister relationship as they accompa- 
nied each other to the evening's dinner and coronation. 



8 u. Homecoming 






Top Left: Roger Kingston and his date Diana Davies enjoy the evening's 
festivities. 

Left: Tony Staudenmaicr contemplates the agony of defeat. 
Lower Left: The McKcndrec Men's Basketball team also displayed their 
spirit in the parade. 

Above: Queen Jo-Ann Summers and her escort Paul Conrad. 
Below: Nancy Sutherlin fills in for Barb Klingelhoefer as Mistress of Cere- 
monies with Master of Ceremonies Scott Clements. 



Homecoming 




?*■■* 



Above: Kevin Edwards had the honor of singing the national anthem before the 

game. 

Above Right: APO's parade entry. 

Below: Loyal fans provide entertainment with their kazoos. 

Lower Right: Queen candidates, Vicki Seiberlich and Diane Davis. 

Bottom: Freshman Attendant, Heidi Wessel. 

Bottom Right: Retiring Queen, Jean Scheller and Queen candidate Jo-Ann 

Summers. 






Parade and Game 

The 1983 Homecoming was held October 22, 1983. The day began with the 
annual Homecoming Parade with Alpha Omega receiving the award for best 
parade entry. Next came the soccer game against SEMO. The Bearcats were 
defeated 3-0. The last event and climax of the day was the Homecoming 
Cornation and Dance. It was held at Buckley's restaurant in Fairview Heights. 




Top Left: Freshman Attendant, 
Debbie Nitz. 

Top Center: Sophomore Atten- 
dant, Connie Maxfield 
Above Left: The Bearcat Cheer- 
leaders take a break from the ac- 



Above: Junior Attendant, Bon- 
nie Droste. 
Left: Clio. 



Homecoming 1 1 



Homecoming 
Queen's Coronation 



The Homecoming Queen's Coronation Dinner and Dance 
was held at Buckley's Restaurant again this year. Dinner was 
served, then followed the coronation. A dance ended the evening 
with music by "Griffin." The Homecoming Attendants were 
elected a few weeks before that weekend. There was a tie for the 
freshmen: Debbie Nitz and Heidi Wessel. Connie Maxfield was 
chosen to represent the sophomore class and Bonnie Droste was 
nominated by the junior class. The three senior Queen candi- 
dates selected were Diane Davis of Cahokia, Vicki Seiberlich of 
Highland, and Jo-Ann Summers of Smithton. Retiring Queen, 
Jean Scheller passed on her crown to Jo-Ann Summers; the 
1983 Homecoming Queen. 





Abo\e: 1983 Homecoming Queen Jo-Ann Summers and her 
escort Paul Conrad. 

Left: Attendants (L to R) Heidi Wessel, Bonnie Droste, 
Diane Davis, Jo-Ann Summers, Vicki Seiberlich, Connie 
Maxfield. and Debbie Nitz. 




Queen Candidate Diane Davis and escort Jay So- 
dini. 



Queen Candidate Vicki Seiberlich and escort Kip Queen Candidate Jo-Ann Summers and escort 
Pabst. Paul Conrad. 



12 Homecoming 




Above Left: Freshman Attendant Debbie 

Nitz and escort Mike Mm,'. 

Above: Freshman Attendant Heidi Wesscl 

and escort Dan Davinroy. 

Far Left: Sophomore Attendant Connie 

Maxfield and escort J.T. Atwood. 

Left: Junic Attendant Bonnie Droste and 

escort Jeff Edwards. 



Homecoming M 13 



You Were There 






Jo-Ann Summers 
Paul Conrad 





Diane Davis 
Jay Sodini 






Jean Scheller 
Chris Botwinski 




Debbie Nitz 
Mike Mutz 



Heidi Wessel 
Dan Davinroy 



Connie Maxfield 
J.T. Maxfield 



Bonnie Droste 
Jeff Edwards 



Mary Grabner 
Scott Clements 




Jenny Bailor 
Tim Sennett 




Debbie Krause 
Charlie Jarvis 




Nadine Nuzzo 
Bob Browy 






Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry Statham 




Sherry Terveer 
Ken Brown 




Kim Test 


Patty Tourville 


Dearyle Reising 


Lori Goldey 


John Schultz 


Rick Stumpe 


Morrie Fraser 


Steve Wiggs 




Barb Klingelhoeffer 




JoAnn Brennan 




Ken Coplen 




Larry Warnly 



I4fe/ Homecoming 








Lori Seiberlich 
David Bargetzi 



Lisa Higgins 
Tony Staudenmaier 



Ellen Conner 
Tim Stanberry 



Kathy Bullock 
David Woodul 



Lisa Lynch 
Warren Fehrenz 








Mary Haake 
Rick Sotiropoulos 



Melody Edwards 
Frank Evans 



Sarah Schaeffer 
Tim Keeley 



Janet Heinzmann 
Terry Heern 



Patty Monroe 
Steve Hausmann 




Dawn Miesner 
Cliff Schulte 




Karyn Hunsinger 
Terry Neff 




Leslie Kramper 
Rob Staudenmaier 




Jennifer Schumaker 
Charley Magourik 




Nancy Weidemann 
Tim Stewart 





Sonnie Botwinski 
Jeff Trammel 





Lisa Cain 
Rod Woods 





Lisa Cain 
Terri McKinley 





Terri McKinley 
Greg Wallace 




Mary Mordhorst 


Patty Klein 


Mary Mordhorst 


Diana Davies 


Tom Price 




Dave Mordhorst 


Dave Mordhorst 


Kevin Edwards 


Roger Kingston 

Sue Rowold 

Chuck Brueggemann 


Karen Price 
Homecoming/ 


fts 



Switch . . 




McKendree's First 
Sweetheart King 

For Ihc first lime in the recorded history of McKendree, a King was 
elected. The girls of Harnett second decided to switch the role of I lomccom- 
ing and pick their perfect male representative of McKendree. These clever 
girls sponsored a Valentine's Day Dance and Sweetheart King Coronation 
which was held on February 14, 19X4. The student body nominated five 
males: Junior, Jeff Edwards; Sophomore, Roger Kingston; Freshman, Kevin 
McFarland; Sophomore, Dave Mcr/, and Sophomore, Dave Mordhorsl as 
their Sweetheart King Candidates. The evening began with a dance (with 
music provided by "Austin Renegade") and ended with the King's Corona- 
tion. Roger Kingston was crowned McKendree's Sweetheart King. 





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Classes 



Year In Review 

A change for the better 



The 1983-84 year saw a con- 
tinuation of changes at McKen- 
dree. The college's turnaround be- 
gan in 1982. Approximately 150- 
160 students were recruited to the 
freshman class — the largest in the 
school's 156 year history. All of the 
dorms, for the first time in a long 
while, were completely full, and in 
1983 Carnegie Hall was converted 
from faculty offices back to its 
original purpose — that of a dor- 
mitory. With the reopening of 
Carnegie, offices had to be relocat- 
ed. Several buildings around cam- 
pus were renovated to accommo- 



INDEX 


Title 


l 


Opening 


2 


Classified (Classes) 


17 


Living/Style (Organiza- 


tions) 


45 


Living (Student Life) 


59 


Sports 


69 


Business (Administration, 


Faculty, Staff) 


95 


Graduation 


103 


Index 


110 


j|T McKendrean 





date all departments on campus. Although the 
change caused much havoc on upper campus, 
everyone contributed in working together to 
get the job done. A new administration worked 
hard to see that their new ideas and policies 
were carried out. The change proved to be a 
success as everyone settled into their area and 
got used to their new surroundings. 



illion Dollar 
Donation 

On Friday, September 30, 1983, the Wildy 
Hall and Robert F. White Memorial Mall 
dedication ceremony was held on McKendree 
College's Lebanon campus. Alexander Wildy 
donated his farm near Athens, IL to the col- 
lege in October, 1981. The one million dollar 
donation was used partly to renovate the Old 
Science building into much needed office 
space for campus administration. When asked 
why he donated such a sum to a college he had 
no apparent connection with, the 89 year-old 
Wildy replied: "You can't take it with you, I 
just wanted to help." 

McKendree 




The result of 4 years of hard work is shown on the faces of 
seniors Vicki Seiberlich and Diane Davis at Graduation. 

Another very generous donation to McKen- 
dree was given by Mrs. Muriel White in mem- 
ory of her deceased husband, Robert F. White, 
for the purpose of constructing an outdoor 
mall area for McKendree's students, faculty 
and staff. Mr. White was a member of 
McKendree's class of 1 922 and later served on 
the Board of Trustees in the 1960's. 

Mrs. White and Alexander Wildy were pre- 
sent at the dedication and tours of Wildy Hall 
and the college's expanded bookstore and 
computer center were given. 



Dedicates Yearbook 



McKendrean editors Vicki Seiberlich and 
Scott Clements with advisor Will Mulvaney 
have announced that the 1984 McKendrean 
will be dedicated to the St. Louis Globe- 
Democrat for its many years of fine service to 



the St. Louis Metropolitan area. With warn- 
ings of closing its' doors after 1 3 1 years. Globe 
publisher Duncan Bauman granted permis- 
sion for the college to use the Globe's mast 
head and page titles in their annual yearbook. 



Clai 



17 



SENIORS 





Carol June Andricks 


Harold H. Andricks 


Jeannette Grace Bailor 


Red Bud, IL 


Red Bud, IL 


O'Fallon, IL 


Art 


Religion 


Marketing 






Martha G. Berry 

Belleville, IL 

Nursing 



Myra Ann Best 


Scott Billhartz 


Lebanon, IL 


New Baden, IL 


nglish/Psychology 


Math/Computer Science 



1 8 Seniors 






Cindy Sue Caldwell 

Christopher, IL 

Math 



Barbara Jones Cochran 

Belleville, IL 

Nursing 



Kathleen Collins 

Belleville, IL 

Nursing 





Paul Vincent Conrad 
Cold Springs, MN 
Chemistry/Business 



Lisa G. Curten 

Evansville, IL 

Elementary Education 



Diane E. Davis 
Cahokia, IL 
Psychology 



Seniors 19 






Nancy Donour 

Belleville, IL 

Business 



Jerry Farris 

Ridgway, IL 

Physical Education 



Craig L. Franklin 

Collinsville, IL 
Chemistry/Business 






Patricia Gilmer 

Belleville, IL 

Business/Management 



Ellen C. Gitkov 

Opdyde, IL 

Nursing 



Mary M. Grabner 
Alton, IL 
Psychology 



20 Seniors 






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Neil A. Haida 

Belleville, IL 

Accounting/ Business 



Robert W. Hale 

Crossville, IL 

Psychology 



Karen M. Harper 

Vienna, IL 
Physical Education 






Clara Harrison 


Karyn G. Heidel 


Mark William Howell 


Freeburg, IL 


Red Bud, IL 


Belleville, IL 


Criminal Justice 


Business 


Christian Education 



Seniors 21 






Linda D. Ives 


Marvin V. Jansen 


William Krueger 


New Baden, IL 


Belleville, IL 


Salem, IL 


Business/Marketing 


Accounting/Business 


Marketing 




Wilbur Lewis, Jr. 

Scott A.F.B., IL 

Physical Education 




Terri Lee McKinley 

Coulterville, IL 

Psychology 



David R. Meddows 

Trenton, IL 

Management/ Business 



22 Seniors 





Julie I. Moore 


Suzanne Mudd 


Linda Sue Murphy 


Belleville, IL 


Belleville, IL 


Belleville, IL 


Accounting/Business 


Business 


Elementary Education 






Donald Parker 

Belleville, IL 

Biology/Psychology 



Erline Ann Pooler 

Scott A.F.B., IL 

Nursing/Psychology 



Bernadette Ann Przygoda 

Dubois, IL 

Business 



Seniors 23 






Patricia Rule 

Belleville, IL 

Math 



Vicki Seiberlich 

Highland, IL 

Art 



Lena Serbeniuk 

New Baden, IL 

Business 






Mary Lou Shepherd 
Belleville, IL 
Management 



Barbara Jo Sittner 

O'Fallon, IL 

Art Education/Speech 



Robin Smith 

O'Fallon, IL 

Computer Science 



24 Seniors 








Timothy C. Stewart 

Pinckneyville, IL 

Business 



Jo Ann Summers 

Smithton, IL 

Elementary Education 



Sherry Terveer 

Belleville, IL 

Accounting/ Business 





James Towson 

Belleville, IL 

Computer Science 



David Woodul 

Longview, TX 

Religion 



Seniors 25 



JUNIORS 



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Helen Arter 
J.T. Atwood 



Denise Bruckert 
Michael Clark 
Lisa Crumley 
Dave Dillenberger 



Bonnie Droste 
Jerry Ellis 
Adam Emling 
William Farmer 




26 Juniors 




Mary Jo Feder 
Gerrie Garmon 
Angie Gherardini 
Mari Hadley 



Jennifer Herman 
Maggie Herr 
Kristy Biver-Julius 
Alice Lauderdale 



Juniors 27 



Jackie Leemon 
Lori Lowry 
Terry Neff 
Sherri Ninnis 




John Schultz 
Paul Seiberlich 
Tim Stanberry 
Tony Staudenmaier 



28 Juniors 



Richard Stumpe 
Michael Tockstein 
Jack Unruh 
Tammy Walker 




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Jon Althoff 
Teresa Blecha 
Sonnie Botwinski 



Becky Branson 
James Brock 
Damon Chaffin 



Warren Fehrenz 
Jamie Fisher 
Chuck Ford 
Elaine Hamilton 




30 Sophomores 




Betsy Hankla 
Angie Heaton 
Lisa Higgins 
Stephen Hobbs 



Connie Holzinger 
Felicia Jackson 



Lori Junker 
Roger Kingston 
Barb Klingelhoeffer 
Jamie Lautz 



Donna Lemons 
Ethan Litsey 
Mark Lucido 
Connie Maxfield 



Sophomores 31 



Allen May 
Laura-Lee McLean 



Patty Monroe 
Dave Mordhorst 



Mike Motsinger 
Mike Mutz 
Mike Myers 
Linda Parker 



Averi Parvand 
Janet Patton 
Margaret Rawlings 
Bruce Reed 




32 Sophomores 




Dearyle Reising 

Mary Rickerts 
Dianne Roberts 
Jennifer Schumaker 



Craig Short 
Chris Smith 
Rob Staudenmaier 
Bob Streeper 



Laura Struense 
Linda Struense 
Paula Sutton 
Susan Thomas 



Patricia Tourville 
Jeff Trammel 
Brian Wuertz 



Sophomores 33 



FRESHMEN 




Angie Bates 
John Batson 
Angela Bean 
Mary Bender 





Debra Bethard 
Jacki Bien 
Donna Bilyeu 
Joan Blecha 


34 


Freshmen 




Chuck Brueggemann 
Gina Caldwell 
Jeff Campbell 
Peggy Colgan 



Ellen Conner 
Kenneth Coplen 
Diana Davies 
Joann Diehl 



Dee Dintelman 
Kcllie Dowd 



La-Shell Ebersohl 
Vicki Edelmann 



-'reshmen 3' 




Kevin Edwards 
Susan Fricke 
Steve Frisse 
Jennifer Gammage 
Terri Gentry 



Pam Goestenkors 
Lori Goldey 
JoAnn Goscinski 
Janice Guebert 
Carol Guth 



Catherine Haney 
Scott Harper 
Brent Haukapp 
Sue Hausmann 
Jeff Higgins 



Amy Hilderbrand 
Karen Hunsinger 
Stacy Jackson 
Charles Jarvis 
Linda Jaworski 



Freshmen 37 



Dan Kasten 
Sheila Kehrer 



Jill Kelling 
Willie Kidd 



Patricia Klein 
Vivian Kloke 



Tammy Korte 
James Kramp 
Leslie Kramper 
Barbara Kueker 




38 Freshmen 




v Shelly Lappc 
Darren Laske 
Doug Leeker 
Lori Lehr 



I Jody Maroney 
fj Dave McFarland 
Kevin McFarland 
Diuna McKenzie 
1 



Paige Mettler 
Mary Beth Moody 
Larry Mueller 



Julie Muskopf 
Christy Neff 
Daniel Netemeyer 



Freshmen 39 



Samantha Newcomb 
Debbie Nitz 
Jeffrey Noblin 
Debbie Ozier 



Nanette Parris 
David Prickett 
Cathy Rea 
Jo-Allison Rogers 



Eric Schifferdecker 
Diane Schroeder 
Lori Seiberlich 
Kevin Shear 



Barbara Shoot 
Carl Shreve 
Ray Smith 
Patricia Stamps 




40 Freshmen 




Deborah Struebig 
Therese Suarez 
Janine Swaims 
Denise Tabor 



Nancy Travis 
Lynn Tucker 
Sonya Vandekerkhove 
Tracy Wargo 



Heidi Wessel 
Stephen Wiggs 
Jeff Wilkins 
Jennifer Williams 



Melissa Wombacher 
Veronica Woodiest 
Diane Zielke 



Freshmen 41 



Berlitz 
Students 



Ahmed Abdulaal 
Jamal Abdulaziz 
Tariq Abushal 



Mansour Ahmadi 
Zahid Amboun 
Naser Amiri 



Nabeel Atiyah 
Shaker Azwarie 
Ali BaSaheeh 



Saad Dausari 
Hashem Fallatah 
Abdullah Faqie 




42 Berlitz 




Hameed Farsi 
Mohammed Ghamdi 
Mohiddin Ghulam 



Mohammed Ghuneim 
khaled Harbi 
Mohammed Harbi 



Abdullah Hussaini 
Siddique Jabreel 
Abdulelah karkadan 



Ahmed Abdulaal 
Khaled Kawkandi 



Berlitz 43 



Nabeel Khayyat 
Salahaldin Kishe 
Hassan Mashat 




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Organizations 



Year In Review 

.A change for the better 



The 1983-84 year saw a con- 
tinuation of" changes at McKen- 
dree. The college's turnaround be- 
gan in 1982. Approximately 150- 
160 students were recruited to the 
freshman class — the largest in the 
school's 1 56 year history. All of the 
dorms, for the first time in a long 
while, were completely full, and in 
1983 Carnegie Hall was converted 
from faculty offices back to its 
original purpose — that of a dor- 
mitory. With the reopening of 
Carnegie, offices had to be relocat- 
ed. Several buildings around cam- 
pus were renovated to accommo- 



INDEX 


Title 




1 


Opening 




2 


Classified (Classes) 


17 


Living/Style 


(Organiza- 


tions) 




45 


Living (Studen 


Life) 


59 


Sports 




69 


Business (Administration, 


Faculty, Staff) 




95 


Graduation 




103 


Index 




110 


If McKen 


drean 





date all departments on campus. Although the 
change caused much havoc on upper campus, 
everyone contributed in working together to 
get the job done. A new administration worked 
hard to see that their new ideas and policies 
were carried out. The change proved to be a 
success as everyone settled into their area and 
got used to their new surroundings. 



illion Dollar 
Donation 

On Friday, September 30, 1983, the Wildy 
Hall and Robert F. White Memorial Mall 
dedication ceremony was held on McKendree 
College's Lebanon campus. Alexander Wildy 
donated his farm near Athens, IL to the col- 
lege in October, 1981. The one million dollar 
donation was used partly to renovate the Old 
Science building into much needed office 
space for campus administration. When asked 
why he donated such a sum to a college he had 
no apparent connection with, the 89 year-old 
Wildy replied: "You can't take it with you, I 
just wanted to help." 

McKendree 




Dan Parker, senior, shows his winning form in the Greek 
Week pie eating contest. 

Another very generous donation to McKen- 
dree was given by Mrs. Muriel White in mem- 
ory of her deceased husband, Robert F. White, 
for the purpose of constructing an outdoor 
mall area for McKendree's students, faculty 
and staff. Mr. White was a member of 
McKendree's class of 1 922 and later served on 
the Board of Trustees in the 1960's. 

Mrs. White and Alexander Wildy were pre- 
sent at the dedication and tours of Wildy Hall 
and the college's expanded bookstore and 
computer center were given. 



Dedicates Yearbook 



McKendrean editors Vicki Seiberlich and 
Scott Clements with advisor Will Mulvaney 
have announced that the 1984 McKendrean 
will be dedicated to the St. Louis Globe- 
Democrat for its many years of fine service to 



the St. Louis Metropolitan area. With warn- 
ings of closing its' doors after 131 years. Globe 
publisher Duncan Bauman granted permis- 
sion for the college to use the Globe's mast 
head and page titles in their annual yearbook. 



Organizations 4f 



Approximately 500 high school stu- 
dents from 18 area schools participated 
in McKendree's Invitational Model 
United Nations that is held biannually 
on the Lebanon campus. As the spring 
session speaker the Model UN spon- 
sored Sylvia DeSilva from the United 
Nations in New York. Ms. DeSilva 
spoke on disarmament issues and par- 
ticipated in a question answer session. 
The spring session was the largest Mode 
UN conference in McKendree's history. 
Since 1972, when the Model UN pro- 
gram was introduced on campus, the 
McKendree Invitational Model UN has 
grown from 75 high school participants 
to 500 in 1984. The Model UN is 
planned and conducted entirely by 
McKendree students. The 1983-84 pro- 
gram was directed under the supervision 
of Secretary-General Ron McCaski 




Top: Secretarj General. Ron McCaskil 

lop Kifjht: Economic Development Committee 

Above: Human Rights Committee. 

Kij>ht: Political Committee (I to r) Carol Guth. Chuck W ( 



46 Model UN 



MODEL UNITED NATIONS 




Members of Model UN are: Denise Tabor, Jeremy York, Amy Hildebrand, Barry Surber, Paige Mettler, 
Pattej Heberer, Kelly Grenia, Gina Schneider, John Setroff, Kim Wilhelm, Becky Branson. Warren 
Fehrenz, Terry Slavens, Jean Lindsey, Diane Schroeder, Marcia Lindsey, Chuck Woosley, Chitra 
Chauhan, Carol Guth, Mark Piskos. Dave Andrews. Steve Frisse, Laura McLean, Vernon Ferry, Barb 
Shoot, Mark Toennis, La Shell Ebersohl, Lenn\ Ersery. Michael Tockstein, Michelle Barr, Tim Hunds- 
dorfer. Assistants Jeff Jones, Scott Harper, Rich Barth, Jenny Bailor. Office Managers — Nanette 
Parris, Veronica Woodiest. Consultants — Jeff Cote, Jeff Noblen, Jim Towson. President of General 
NssenibK Dan Kasten. Secretary General — Ron McCaskill, Advisor — Dr. David Ahola, Executive 
\dministrator Dr. Pat Folk. 

Tup: Awards Session in the General Assembly. 

Top Left: Security Council (1 to r) La Shell Ebersohl. Barb Shoot, Mark Toennis. 

Above: Presentation of Service Award to Ron McCaskill by Dan Kasten. 

Left: Model UN member Denise Tabor. 



Model UN 47 



On Campus 




4S On Campus 




On Campus 49 



Alpha Omega 



Alpha Omega was installed on the McKendree campus November 23, 1954, and 
rechartered in November 1970. The sorority is active in on-campus projects. 

Officers: President — Leslie Walters, Vice President — Dearyle Reising, Secretary — 
Terri Blecha, Treasurer — Lisa Higgins, Workchairman — Bonnie Droste, Pledge 
Mistress — Becky Branson, Social Chairman — Nadine Nuzzo. 






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Abo\e: AO members (bottom) Lisa Higgins, Alumni Sarah 
Schaeffcr (middle) Alumni Beth Gollinger, Dearyle Reising, 
Terri Blecha (top) Angie Heaton, Janine Gullick, Nancy 
Sutherlin, Nadine Nuzzo and Bonnie Droste. 





Above: AO and friends ( 1st row I to r) AO members Mary Beth Moody and Jennifer Gamage (2nd 
row) AO member Angie Heaton, Jennifer Williams, Deborah Struebig (3rd row) AO member Angie 
Bean, Ellen Conner, Diane Zielke, Jenny Bailor. Nanette Parris (4th row) Cathy Haney. AO 
member Nancy Sutherlin, AO member Michelle Barr. AO member Lesley Kramper, Carol Guth, 
AO member Christy Neff. AO members not pictured: Becky Branson. Leslie Walters, Sonnie 
Botwinski. Tern Gentry, Jennifer Schumaker. Linda Jaworski, Kathy Potthast, Shelly Lappe. Barb 
Shoot and Jill Kelline 



50 AO 



Clionian Literary Society 



The Clionian Literary Society or "Clio" as 
it is known, is a women's society open by invi- 
tation to an\ girl v. ith a 2.00 or better diminu- 
tive grade point average. Clio was founded in 
1869, and was the first society for women at 
McKendree. 

Officers for 1984 are: President — Denise 
Bruckert, Vice President — Alice Lauderdale, 
Secretary Paula Sutton, Treasurer — 

Katrn Bullock. 




Above: Members of Clio are (1st row I to r) MaryJo Feder, Alice Lauderdale, Laurel Rettle, Jo-Ann 
Summers. Abb\ Miller (2nd row) Paula Sutton, Advisor Carolyn Decker. Honorary Member Lisa 
Crumley. Denise Bruckert, Kathy Bullock, Jamie Lautz. Not pictured: Averi Parvand 



Clio 51 



Gamma Sigma Sigma 



Gamma Sigma Sigma is a national 
service sorority and the only national so- 
rority on campus. They are involved in 
various community and on campus pro- 
jects. Sigma had a large turnout this 
year of 27 pledges. 



Right Top: Members of Sigma are ( 1 st row, 1 to r) 
JoAnn Diehl, Lori Seiberlich. Mary Mordhorst, 
La Shell Ebersohl (2nd row) Susan Daily, Patty 
Tourville, Lcesa Reutershan (3rd row) Dee Dintel- 
man, Jody Maroney, Connie Maxfield. Diana 
Landry, Lori Lowry, Diana Davies, Susan Thomas 
(4th row) Lori Goldey. Nancy Travis, Linda Park- 
er, Samantha Newcomb, Rebecca Newcomb, So- 
nya Vandekerkhove, Connie Holzinger and Linda 
Carriker. 

Right: Actives Cindy Caldwell,' Helen Arter, Peg- 
gy Rawlings. Chitra Chauhan and Barb Davis. 
Not pictured: Jackie Leemon and Honorary Mem- 
bers Angela Cosner and Vicki Seiberlich. 




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Officers: President — Barb Davis, Vice President — Helen Arter, 2nd Vice Presi- 
dent - Jackie Leemon, Recording Secretary — Lisa Kohrman, Corresponding 
Secretary — Helen Arter, Alumni Secretary — Barb Davis, Parliamentarian — 
Cindy Caldwell, Historian — Cindy Caldwell, Treasurer — Lisa Kohrman, Social 
Chairman — Peggy Rawlings, Public Relations — Chitra Chauhan. 



Sigma 




Alpha Phi Omega 



Alpha Phi Omega was established on campus in 1972. APO is the only national 
fraternity on campus. One of APO's main events every year is the Red Cross Bloodmobile 
on campus. 

Officers are: President — Terry Neff, Vice President in charge of Service — Bill Farmer, 
Vice President in charge of Pledging — Jerry Ellis, Secretary — Tony Staudenmaier, 
Treasurer — Don Meaks, Sergeant of Arms — Rob Staudenmaier, Historian/Social 
Chairman — Jeff Edwards, Chaplain — Dave Woodul. 




Above: Members of APO are (bottom I to r) Alumni Mark Smith, Tony Staudenmaier, Dave Long. Dave 
Woodul, Terry Neff (lop) Bill Farmer, Alumni Brian Kay. Jerry Ellis, Alumni Terry Davinroy. Rob 
Staudenmaier. Not pictured: Don Meaks, Jeff Edwards, Jeff Campbell, Kevin Keller, Michelle Le Pere, 
Julie Muskopf, and Keith Sharringhausen. 



APO 53 



Philosophian Literary Society 



The Philosophian Literary Society has the distinction of being the oldest literary 
society west of the Alleghenies and the third oldest in the nation. Philo has an active 
social program including the annual "Philo Formal." 

Officers are: President — Brian Wuertz, Vice President — Paul Conrad, Secretary 
— Scott Clements, Treasurer — Bob Streeper. 




Above: Members of Philo are: (bottom 1 to r) 
Chuck Ford, Scott Clements, Bob Streeper, John 
Glenn, Craig Short (top) Brian Wuertz, Paul Con- 
rad, Greg Wallace and Allen May. Not pictured: 
Jeff Wilkens. 



54 Philo 



Delta Phi Sigma 



Delta Phi Sigma was founded in 1966 to 
fill what its charier members felt was a 
social gap on the McKendree campus. 
Adelphi strives to promote throughout the 
campus and the local community an in- 
volvement in social activities. On May 3, 
1984 Adelphi celebrated its 15th year as a 
chartered social-service society. 





•\bo\e: Members of Adelphi are: (floor) Alumni Thumper Smith ( 1st row I to r) Jerry Thomas, Michael Myers, 
Bill Murphy, Pat McDermott, Michael Tockstein, Mark Hubbs, Eric Weigers (2nd row) Alumni: Jim Johnson, 
•\dvisor Dr. Pat Folk, Tracey Miller, Jim Ford, Gray Alberter, Bill Parkin, Michael Reddy, Todd Reigle, and 
Jeff Brazil. 



Adelphi 



Phi Rho Chi 



Phi Rho Chi Social Service Society was founded in the spring of 1 963. The men of 
Ferox stress brotherhood and strength through unity. The society sponsors various 
social events and service projects throughout the year. 

Ferox officers are: President — Mike Mutz, Vice President — Dave Mordhorst, 
Secretary — Rick Stumpe, Treasurer — Barry Wesselmann, Pledge Master — 
Greg Bean. 







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Above: Members of Ferox are: (I to r) Mike Mutz, 
Greg Bean, Craig Franklin, Dave Mordhorsl. Not pic- 
tured: Nick Adams, Doug Kassing, Tom Margherita, 
Riek Stumpe, Chuck Wagner and Barry Wesselmann. 




56 Ferox 



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The Plutonian Social Society, founded in 1849, is the oldest Social Society west of the 
Alleghenies. Because of its state charter. Plato is a recognized corporation by the State 
of Illinois. The BS'ers sponsor many social events throughout the year, including 
weekly gatherings at the "Rock Pile" for those interested in geology. 

Officers are: President Paul Seiberlich, Vice President — Dave Merz, Secretary 
.1. T. Atwood, Treasurer — Jerry Farris. 

Above: Members of the BS'ers are; ( 1st row I to r) Dave Merz, Tracy Hickam (2nd row) J. T. Atwood. Jerry 
I arris. Roger Kingston (3rd row ) Paul Seiberlich and Chris Sirtak. 



BS'ers 57 



ISC and Greek Week 



Right: Members of ISC are: (bottom I to rl Linda 
Parker. J. T. Atwood, Connie Maxfield. Dave Merz. 
Lisa Kohrman (top) Bill Murph), Bill Farmer. John 
Glenn, Brian Wuertz, Dearyle Reising, Lisa Higgins 
and Demse Bruckert. 




The Inter-Society Council is com- 
posed of two representatives from 
each sororit) and fraternity. They 
help sponsor "Greek" activities, and 
the) work to improve the organiza- 
tions. This year they were involved in 
McKendree's Annual Phonathon. 

Greek Week took place on campus 
during early fall. Various activities 
and events were planned to make it a 
successful week. 



58 ISC/Greek Week 



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Student Life 



Year In Review 

A change for the better 



The 1983-84 year saw a con- 
tinuation of changes at McKen- 
dree. The college's turnaround be- 
gan in 1982. Approximately 150- 
160 students were recruited to the 
freshman class — the largest in the 
school's 1 56 year history. All of the 
dorms, for the first time in a long 
while, were completely full, and in 
1983 Carnegie Hall was converted 
from faculty offices back to its 
original purpose — that of a dor- 
mitory. With the reopening of 
Carnegie, offices had to be relocat- 
ed. Several buildings around cam- 
pus were renovated to accommo- 



INDEX 


Title 


l 


Opening 


2 


Classified (Classes) 


17 


Living/Style (Organiza- 


tions) 


45 


Living (Student Life) 


59 


Sports 


69 


Business (Administration, 


Faculty, Staff) 


95 


Graduation 


103 


Index 


110 


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date all departments on campus. Although the 
change caused much havoc on upper campus, 
everyone contributed in working together to 
get the job done. A new administration worked 
hard to see that their new ideas and policies 
were carried out. The change proved to be a 
success as everyone settled into their area and 
got used to their new surroundings. 



ion Dollar 
Donation 

On Friday, September 30, 1983, the Wildy 
Hall and Robert F. White Memorial Mall 
dedication ceremony was held on McKendree 
College's Lebanon campus. Alexander Wildy 
donated his farm near Athens, IL to the col- 
lege in October, 1981. The one million dollar 
donation was used partly to renovate the Old 
Science building into much needed office 
space for campus administration. When asked 
why he donated such a sum to a college he had 
no apparent connection with, the 89 year-old 
Wildy replied: "You can't take it with you, I 
just wanted to help." 

McKendree 




New students. Kevin Edwards and Stacy Jackson get to 
know each other a little better while passing a lilesaver in 
the Almost Anything Goes Contest, during New Student 
Orientation Week 

Another very generous donation to McKen- 
dree was given by Mrs. Muriel White in mem- 
ory of her deceased husband, Robert F. White, 
for the purpose of constructing an outdoor 
mall area for McKendree's students, faculty 
and staff. Mr. White was a member of 
McKendree's class of 1922 and later served on 
the Board of Trustees in the 1960's. 

Mrs. White and Alexander Wildy were pre- 
sent at the dedication and tours of Wildy Hall 
and the college's expanded bookstore and 
computer center were given. 



Dedicates Yearbook 



McKendrean editors Vicki Seiberlich and 
Scott Clements with advisor Will Mulvaney 
have announced that the 1984 McKendrean 
will be dedicated to the St. Louis Globe- 
Democrat for its many years of fine service to 



the St. Louis Metropolitan area. With warn- 
ings of closing its' doors after 1 3 1 years. Globe 
publisher Duncan Bauman granted permis- 
sion for the college to use the Globe's mast 
head and page titles in their annual yearbook. 



Student Life 



59 




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can't refuse 



For the second year in a row, Student Affairs and Admissions combined to provide 
new students with an excellent opportunity to meet other new students and get 
acquainted with McKendree. A team of 1 4 McKendree students were chosen to plan 
activities and to help and guide the new students through their 1st week. The New 
Student Orientation Commitee for 1983 consisted of: Sonnie Botwinski, Scott 
Clements. Lisa Crumley, Bonnie Droste, Jeff Edwards, Robbie Hale, Maggie Herr, 
Connie Maxfield, Terri McKinley, Nadine Nuzzo, Vicki Seiberlich, Craig Short, Tim 
Stanberry, and Jeff Trammel. 

A variety of activities were planned for the week. A dance was held featuring the 
local band "Scanners". The students spent a day at the Bi-County Y.M.C.A. testing 
their strength and agility, and establishing a feeling of trust in each other. The 
N.S.O. Committee served a formal Italian Dinner, and an Almost Anything Goes 
Competition was held in the gym. The students seemed to find out more about each 
other than they really wanted to. 

Overall, the N.S.O. Committee put together an entertaining and informative 
orientation which allowed the students to start the year off in good fashion. 




Above: Taking a break from the hectic moving-in 
day are Resident Assistant Terry Heern and NSO 
member Terry McKinley. 

Right: Dean of Admissions. Steve Jackson, proved 
to be a very important part of NSO week as he 
welcomes the new students and their parents. 

Top: New students, NSO and Admissions Staff 

members. 

Middle: The Y.M.C.A. stress course helped the 
students gain trust in each other. 

lop Right: RAS Terry Neff and Diane Davis. 



60 NSO 



Left: NSO members Jeff Trammel, Tern Mckinley, Tim Stanberry and Vicki Seiberlich. 



Below: New students were given the opportunity to get to know each other a little belter in this heated 
game of "Twister". 




Above: Committee members Terri Mckinlc\ and 
Connie Maxfield help to make a McFarland twin 
feel right at home 

Left: Maggie Herr greets new students in Barnett 
Hall. 



NSO 61 



Resident Directors 
and Assistants 

Formerly known as counselors. Resident Assistants serve as a go-between for the 
student body and the student affairs office. Every floor is assigned one Resident 
Assistant and each building is assigned one Resident Director to oversee the Assistants. 
Lovingly called RAs and RDs, these devoted men and women take their time to make 
sure the students are safe and that living quarters are orderly — not to mention their 
time spent being friends and counselors. 




Right: (top to bottom) Diane Davis — 

Barnett Hall :'rc fc 



niers — RA Barnett 
3. Not pictured: Dawn Miesner — RA 
Barnett I 





Walton Hall 



Dave Long — RD Walton 



Paul Conrad — RA Walton 1 
Jerry Ellis — RA Walton 2 





Dave Mordhorst — RA Baker I 



Baker Hall 





Carnegie Hall 




Top Left: Dave Woodul — RA Carnegie 3 
Left: Terry Nell — RA Carnegie 2 



RAs and RDs 63 



Aim 



McKendree Takes the Gold! 




Right: Senior Art Major. Vicki Seiberlich, con 

centrates on the Buiek Ohmpic emblem. 



Above Center: McKendree Facult) . Staff and Stu 
dents supported the artists. 



Above Right: '"Bogie" was also on hand to 
cheer on the art students 



Top: McKendree's winning car 

Top Right: Dehbie Pullin. Junior Art Studeni 



64 Paint-in 




It you had been watching KSDK-TV, channel 5 in St. Louis on Sunday. April 7th. you 
would have seen three very enthusiastic McKendree art students, Debbie Pullin, Vieki 
Seiberlich, and Jeff Jones, painting a 19X4 Buick Skyhawk at the J.C. Penney entrance 
inside the St. Clair shopping mall. 

Why'.' From April 5th-7th. teams of students from the St. Louis area colleges and 
universities, sponsored by Buick and the May Centers Inc., were competing tor 
scholarships by painting Olympic designs on 12 new automobiles. The winners would be 
awarded a SI, 000 scholarship and second place would receive a $500 scholarship. 
Shoppers and other interested parties voted for their favorite design 

McKendree's Team worked king hours on the color rendition that had to be submitted 
before the actual painting could begin. On April 5th, the students began transferring their 
designs onto the white Skyhawks. Both Dave Ottinger and Jim Drake. McKendree's Art 
directors, were on hand giving moral support and guidance. 

On April 1 8th. Buick issued a check for SI .000 to McKendree College. It was a job 
well done. McKendree won the competition and "took home the gold"! 



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66 Wildy Dedication 




A special dedication ceremony was held at 1:00 pm Friday, September 30, 1984 
on the Robert F. White Memorial Mall on the McKendree College campus. The 
ccremonj dedicated both the Alexander Wildy Hall and the Robert F. White 
Memorial Mall. 

In October 1981, Alexander Wild} gave his family farm near New Athens, valued 
at approximately one million dollars, to McKendree College. The college used a 
portion o\' this gift to renovate the I S6K Old Science Hall into much needed office 
space. The newly renamed Alexander Wildy Hall is serving as office suites for 
several administrative staffs. 

In memory of her husband who was a former McKendree College trustee, Mrs. 
Muriel White of Laguna Hills, California, donated a substantial gift to create the 
Robert F. White Memorial Mall located between Alexander Wildy Hall and Pear- 
sons Hall. Mr. and Mrs. White were long-time residents of Sullivan, II. The mall 
provides a landscaped area with tables and benches for students, faculty and staff to 
meet and relax on the upper campus. 





Above: (left to right) Alexander Wild>. President 
Ten Brink, and Mrs Manel White 

Top Left: The renovated Alexander Wild} Hall 

Center Left: Dr. Madsen delivers the benediction 
at the ceremonies 

Left: Newlv constructed Robert F. While Memo- 
rial Mall 



Wildv Dedication 67 



Theatre 



Under the direction of Dr. David Brailow, McKendree's Theatre Department 
presented 2 plays throughout the 1983-84 year. The Department went back into 
operation last year after a long period of inactivity. The plays that were presented 
this year were: "Lydie Breeze'*, and "Knight of the Burning Pestle". A traveling 
Theatre group also presented the short play "Sea Marks". 

Those Mckendree students involved in this year's Theatre Productions were: 
Jenny Bailor. Fred Brown, Jeff Cote, Jim Cramp, Dr. Chuck Davis, Dan Kasten, 
Lori Lowry, Nadine Nuzzo, Dave Prickett, Debbie Pullin, and Bruce Reed. BAC 
students and instructors involved were: Scott Bramsted, Jack Stokes, Amy Webb 
and Nancy Webb. 





68 Theatre 



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Sports Life 



Year In Review 

A change for the better 



The 1983-84 year saw a con- 
tinuation of changes at McKen- 
dree. The college's turnaround be- 
gan in 1982. Approximately 1 50- 
160 students were recruited to the 
freshman class — the largest in the 
school's 156 year history. All of the 
dorms, for the first time in a long 
while, were completely full, and in 
1983 Carnegie Hall was converted 
from faculty offices back to its 
original purpose — that of a dor- 
mitory. With the reopening of 
Carnegie, offices had to be relocat- 
ed. Several buildings around cam- 
pus were renovated to accommo- 



INDEX 


Title 


1 


Opening 


2 


Classified (Classes) 


17 


Living/Style (Organiza- 


tions) 


45 


Living (Student Life) 


59 


Sports 


69 


Business (Administration, 


Faculty, Staff) 


95 


Graduation 


103 


Index 


110 


ffl McKendrean 





date all departments on campus. Although the 
change caused much havoc on upper campus, 
everyone contributed in working together to 
get the job done. A new administration worked 
hard to see that their new ideas and policies 
were carried out. The change proved to be a 
success as everyone settled into their area and 
got used to their new surroundings. 



ion Dollar 
Donation 

On Friday, September 30, 1983, the Wildy 
Hall and Robert F. White Memorial Mall 
dedication ceremony was held on McKendree 
College's Lebanon campus. Alexander Wildy 
donated his farm near Athens, IL to the col- 
lege in October, 1981. The one million dollar 
donation was used partly to renovate the Old 
Science building into much needed office 
space for campus administration. When asked 
why he donated such a sum to a college he had 
no apparent connection with, the 89 year-old 
Wildy replied: "You can't take it with you, I 
just wanted to help." 

McKendree 




Struggling to keep the ball in the Cat's hands are varsity 
players Greg Rennegarbe and Willie Kidd 

Another very generous donation to McKen- 
dree was given by Mrs. Muriel White in mem- 
ory of her deceased husband, Robert F. White, 
for the purpose of constructing an outdoor 
mall area for McKendree's students, faculty 
and staff. Mr. White was a member of 
McKendree's class of 1 922 and later served on 
the Board of Trustees in the 1960's. 

Mrs. White and Alexander Wildy were pre- 
sent at the dedication and tours of Wildy Hall 
and the college's expanded bookstore and 
computer center were given. 



Dedicates Yearbook 

McKendrean editors Vicki Seiberlich and the St. Louis Metropolitan area. With warn- 

Scott Clements with advisor Will Mulvaney ingsof closing its' doors after 131 years, Globe 

have announced that the 1984 McKendrean publisher Duncan Bauman granted permis- 

will be dedicated to the St. Louis Globe- sion for the college to use the Globe's mast 

Democrat for its many years of fine service to head and page titles in their annual yearbook. 



Sports Life 69 



SOCCER 



The 1983 McKendree Men's Soccer Team: (bottom 1 to r) Mark Cordes, Greg 
Bean, Stephen Wiggs, Tom Margherita, Jeff Trammel, Ethan Litsey, Derek Man- 
ic) (top) Craig Granklin, Tracy Hickam.Tony Staudenmaier, Marvin Jansen, Chris 
Sirtak, Rob Staudenmaier, Charles Wagner, Andy Arterburn and Coach Dave 
Horace. Not pictured: Dave Merz. 




Top Right: Best Defensive Player Marvin Jansen. 

Right: The team's entry in the 1983 Homecoming 
Parade. 



70 Soccer 




The 1 983 soccer team had a year of ups and downs. This year's record of 5 
wins, II losses and 2 ties can be attributed to a number of season long 
Problems. Perhaps one reason for their dissapointing year was a shortage of 
play ers. The Bearcats had only 1 6 members which limited the number of fresh 
players to relieve the starters. The team also experienced early season injuries 
and the roster was subjected to change because of a number of ineligible 

ayers. The Bearcats will have some returning members and quite a few new 
players to start off their 1984 season. 



AWARDS 


MVP 


Tracy Hickam 


Defensive 


Marvin Jansen 


Offensive 


Dave Merz 


Most Improved 


Chuck Wagner 



Top Left: Although the day was plagued by rain, 
Mckendree fans stuck it out to support the Cats at 
the Homecoming Game. 

Above Left: Bearcat Alumni Soccer Players. 

Left: The 1983 Bearcat Soccer Team. 



Soccer 7 1 



VOLLEYBALL 



Members of the 1983 McKendree Women's Volleyball Team are: (floor) Coach 
Liz Crotty ( 1st row 1 to r) Patty Monroe, Lori Junker, Sherry Terveer, Patty Rule 
(2nd row) Connie Holzinger, Shelly Lappe, Barb Klingelhoefer, Lesley Kramper, 
Lori Lehr, Pam Goestenkors, Janet Patton and Linda Parker. 






AWARDS 


MVP 




Linda Parker 


Defensive 




Patty Monroe 


Offensive 




Patty Rule 


Leadership 


B 


irb Klingelhoefer 



Top Right: Freshman Shelly Lappe puts a shot into 
play relying on Bearcat setters to do their job. 

Above: Lori Junker, Sophomore setter/hitter. 

Above Right: Sophomore defensive specialist, Pat- 
ty Monroe, displays winning service form. 





72 Vollevbal 



It didn't seem likely that an NA1A District 20 Championship team could repeat or 
even come close to repeating their, successful, 1982 season. But the 1983 Lady 
Bearcats proved us wrong. With the experience of eight returning players including 
Rule. Terveer, Klingelhoefer, Monroe, Junker, Parker, Holzinger and Patton, the 
team was able to take the N AIA District 20 Championship for the second year in a 
row. The team advanced to Bi-Districls but lost to St. Ambrose, the team they 
defeated last year to advance to the NAIA Championship Games. Linda Parker, 
Lori Junker and Patty Rule were named to this year's All-District Team. 




Above: Coach Liz Crotty shows her girls that All- 
State Players never lose their touch. 

Left: Junker and Linda Parker, Sophomore middle 
hitter, stretch to block a shot. 



Volleyball 73 



BASKETBALL 



The 1983-84 McKendree Bearcats Men's Basketball Team: (bottom) Coach 
Harry Statham, Ben Smith, Greg Rennegarbe. David Bargetzi, Larry Mueller, 
Roger Kingston, Morrie Fraser, John Batson, Trainer/Manager Chuck Bruegge- 
mann. Assistant Coach Paul Funkhouser. (top) Rick Stumpe, Willie Kidd, Terry 
Heern, Dave Mordhorst, Ken Coplen, Paul Seiberlich, and Carl Shreve. 




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AWARDS 




MVP 




Greg Rennegarbe 


Bonus 


B: 


sket Terry 


Heern 


Rebound 


Terry 


Heern 


Best F 


ree 


Throw 7c Paul Seiberlich 



Above Left: Coach Statham was honored lor his 500th game on Januar) 2 1st 1984 against MacMur 
ia> College 

Kiyht: Ierrv Heern struggles tor a rebounding position on a John Batson jumper. 

fop Rinht: Sophomore center. Dave Mordhorst. 




74 Men's Basketbal 




It was a year of rebuilding for the 1 983-84 Bearcat Basketball Team. With the loss of 4 
starters from the 1982-83 squad, the Cats were off to a rough start. This was mainly 
attributed to the young and inexperienced players. Returning members, Terry Heern, 
Dave Mordhorst, Greg Rennegarbe and Paul Seiberlich gained some experience playing 
together the previous year, but problems arose when newcomers Coplen, Batson and 
Stumpe were brought in to fill in the team. The Cats had to pull together and learn to work 
as a squad. Their record improved as the season progressed and the Bearcats proved that it 
isn't too often a team w ins 1 8 games and ends with a losing season. The squad maintained a 
spirit of determination throughout the season and ended with an 18-19 record. They are 
looking forward to the return of a strong nucleus next year and with it, a winning season. 




Above Left: The Bearcat games were taped for Cable Television thi: 
Krueger, McKendree senior. 

\ho\e Right: Junior Rick Stumpe fights for a loose hall 

Left: Paul Seiberlich. Junior guard, fires a jump shot 

Top Left: Sophomore guard Greg Rennegarbe. was awarded the Louis Vessel) Me 
academic and athletic achievements. 



with the help of announcer Bill 



Scholarship li 



Men's Basketball 75 



sport* srecmi 

Catch the Sprit! 




Right: The 1983-84 Bearcat Cheerleaders: (hoi 
torn) Patty Tourville, Debbie Nit/. J.T, Atwood 
Dave Merz, Lisa Cain, Leesa Reutershan, (mid 
die) Heidi Wessel, Angie Backues, Connie Max 
field, (top) Captain Vicki Seiberlich, Lori Seiber- 
lich. 

Above and Above Right: Senior Cheerleaders 
Vicki Seiberlich and Leesa Reutershan 

Top: The squad had the opportunity to pick fresh 
oranges on then Florida trip 





76 Cheerleaders 




The l c )83-o4 year brought advancement and a growth in enthusiasm for the 
Bearcat Cheerleading and Pom Pon Squads. For the first time in recent McKendree 
history there were more Cheerleaders on the floor at one time than Basketball 
players. The squad also saw a nice change with the addition of 2 male Cheerleaders. 
With them the group was able to build new and higher mounts. The squad had a very 
successful season with the combination of talents and variety of ideas that the girls 
brought with them from their High School squads. The season was highlighted with a 
trip to Florida for the Bearcats Christmas Break Tournament in Cocoa Beach. 

This year's Pom Pon Squad consisted of 6 Freshmen. Despite their inexperience 
the girls worked hard and many late hours to create and perfect then routines In 
keeping with tradition they performed at the half-times of the Bearcat Basketball 
Games. 

Although often overlooked, the Cheerleaders and Pom Pon Girls worked together 
to perfect themselves as squads and supported their teams to overall successful 





Left: The I4XVX4 Pom Pon Squad (left 10 right) 
LaShell Ebersohl, Dec Dintelman, JoAnn Diehl, 
Lori Goldey, Diana Davies and Jennifer Schu- 
maker 



Pom Pon 77 





AWARDS 


MVP 


Mike Mueth 


Outstandi 


ng Contribution 




Wilbur Lewis, Jr. 


Most Cou 


rageous Jim Towsen 


Most Promising Ben Lines 



Right: Members of the 1983-84 Men's 
Wrestling Team are: (bottom 1 to r) Jim 
Towsen, Mike Mueth, Michael Clark 
(middle) Wilbur Lewis, Jr., Jerry Ellis 
(top) Jeff Campbell. Not pictured: Jim 
Barnett, Ben Lines and Barry Surber. 




78 Wrestling 






WRESTLING 



Under the coaching of Dr. Pal Folk, Wrestling was added to the list of McKendree 
Sports. A Wrestling team did not exist on campus for quite a number of years. When 
the idea came up to start the sport, enough students showed interest and McKendree 
Wrestling became an organized Varsity sport. Even though their first season was not 
as successful as many had hoped, the team members and Coach Folk were an 
inspiration to all. Their hard work and determination payed off as they gained 
experience to carry on into next year's season. 




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Women's 

BASKETBALL 



With 10 returning members and a number of new strong players, the Women's 
Basketball Team took 2nd in State in the NAIA district 20 playoffs. This year's 
team proved to be one of the most talented teams in McKendree's Women's Basket- 
ball history. 







AWARDS 


MVP 


Melody Edwards 


Defensive 


Janis Welsch 


Reboundi 


ng Carol Bremer 


Hustle 


Bonnie Droste 



Right: Members of the 1983-84 McKendree Worn 
en's Basketball Team are: (bottom 1 to r) Chri: 
Smith. Alumnus Missy Learned, Bonnie Droste 
Alumnus Johnna Wells, Janis Welsch (top) Dear 
vie Reising, Carol Bremer, Melody Edwards, Ja 
mie Lautz, Kathy Bullock. Not pictured: Terri 
Gentry, Karen Harper. Karyn Hunsinger, Stacy 
Jackson, Debbie Sanders. Tracy Wargo, Coach 
Nancy Kassebaum, Assistant Coach Kathy Lanter 
and Manager Shelly Lappe. 



80 Women's Basketbal 




Women's SOFTBALL 








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Abote: Members of the 1984 Women's Softball Team are: (front 1 to r) Kim Davis, Bonnie Droste, Chris 
Smith, Jamie Fisher, Julie Tucker (back) Johnna Wells, Melissa Wombacher, Sue Hausmann. Tracy 
Wargo, Kim Nunez, Diane Davis. Karen Harper. Not pictured: Kathy Bullock, Terri Gentry, Janis 
Welsch, Coach Nancy Kassebaum, Assistant Coach Kathy Lanter, Manager Shelly Lappe. 

This year's Softball Team, ended the '84 McKendree Sports year on a good note. The Lady Bearcats 
were ranked 6th in the State at the beginning of the year and ended up with a 2nd Place title. They lost to 
the number 1 Quincy Team in the District 20 Playoffs. Team members Karen Harper and Bonnie Droste 
w ere named all-district and Bonnie Droste added to the team's successful season when she earned the title 
of Academic All American. 



Women's Softball 81 



BASEBALL 




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Above: Members of the 1984 McKendree Baseball 
Team are ( 1st row 1 tor) BobStreeper, Dave Boes- 
chen, Tim Stewart. Damon Chaffin, Rod Woods, 
Craig Short, Alumnus Brad Barton, Alumnus Jay 
Sabo, Ben Lines (2nd row) Greg Bergmann, Tim 
Stanberry. Alumnus Frank Evans, Jerry Farris, 
Alumnus Steve Hausmann, Warren Fehrenz, Ke- 
vin Elbe. Alumnus John Dosier (3rd row) Coach 
Van Smith. Dave Meddows, Joe Mehallow, Assis- 
tant Coach Keith Sanders, Brian Barton, Dave 
Dillenberger, Dan Spickard, Marty Martz, Ben 
Smith and Alumnus Greg Wallace. Not pictured: 
Jeff Dosier, Adam Emling, Charlie Jarvis, Kevin 
McFarland, Dan Netemeyer, Eric Schifferdecker, 
John Schultz, John Wahlig. Eric Wiegers, and As- 
sistant Coach Mike Dunnigan. 




82 Bascbal 




With the loss of six seniors at graduation last year. Coach Van Smith, in his 13th 
year of coaching, had some tough shoes to fill for his 1984 Baseball season. He had a 
number of strong returning players and approximately ten new faces. The Cats 
proved that it could be done. With a final record of 23-13 the Bearcats played, for the 
•4 time ever, in a championship game. Their successful season ended with a 2nd 
Place title at the NAIA District 20 Playoffs. 



Baseball 83 



2 

8 



Men's Basketball 

.ludson College 
Marymount Tour. 
Chadron State 
Hastings 
Central Methodist 
Greenville Tour. 
Marycrest 
Lindenwood 
Southwest Baptist 
Evangel Tour. 

Evangel College 
Lincoln 
SEMO 

Mckendree Classic- 
Greenville College 
Principia College 
Rockford College 
Benedictine College 
St. Xavier College 
Rosary College 
College of St. Francis 
Northeastern Illinois 
Florida Bible College (foi 
Florida Institute of Tech 
II Institute of Tech. 
Ryerson of Canada 
Roosevelt Univ. 
Chicago State 
Greenville College 
Iowa Wesleyan 
MacMurray College 
Brescia College 
Eureka College 
Chicago State 
Washington Univ. 
Northeastern Illinois 
Rosary College 
St. Xavier College 
Central Methodist 
College of St. Francis 



Opp 

10(1 

66 

120 
65 



75 
60 
67 
"1 
69 
91 
66 
100 
feit) 

119 
65 

ss 
111 
79 



\1ck Soccer 


Opp 


l) Sangamon State Univ. 


1 


Washington Univ. 


2 


Lindenwood College Tour. 


Missouri Baptist 


1 


1 Fontbonne 


! 


3 Central Methodist Colic 


ge 2 


4 Parks College 





Park College 


2 


Univ. of Missouri-K.C. 





Ottawa I'niv 


n 


Univ. of Missouri-Rolla 


4 


1 Roosevelt Univ. 


3 


Lewis Univ. 


3 


1 larris-Stovve College 


3 


Kentucky Wesleyan 


2 


I MSL 


7 


SEMO (Homecoming) 


3 


Greenville College 





1 Maryville College 






Volleyball 

Washington Univ. 

Greenville College 

NMSU 

William Woods College 

SEMO 

I MSL 

Central Missouri 

Univ. Of Miss, for Worm 

St. Louis Univ. 

Drurj 

Univ. of Miss, for Wome 

St. Louis Univ. 

St. Louis Univ. 

BAC 

UMSL 

St. Xavier College 

Principia College 

College of St. Francis 

Quincy College 

Univ. Wisconsin Parkside 

Quincy College 

Univ. Wisconsin Parkside 

Washington Univ. 

Greenville College 

Olivet Nazarene 

Olivet Nazarene 

Greenville College 

Quincy College 

BAC 

Millikin Univ. 

Principia College 

DISTRICTS 

Olivet Nazarene 

College of St. Francis 

Greenville College 

Quincy College 

College of St. Francis 

St. Ambrose 



Opp 





84 Scoreboard 





Golf 




Greenville College & 




Washington Univ. & 


MacMurray College 




Blackburn College 


Washington Univ. 




St. Louis Univ. 


St. Louis Univ. 




UMSL 


SI I -Fdwardswille 




Greenville College 


L MSL 




DISTRICTS 


W estern Illinois 






(score- 


not 


available) 



McK 


Women's Basketball 


Opp 


74 


MacMurray College 
Culver Stockton Tour. 


27 


58 


Culver Stockton 


74 


73 


Millikin Univ. 


90 


65 


St. Louis Univ. 


66 


64 


Blackburn 


56 


59 


Nat'l College of Educ. 


57 


80 


Greenville College 


79 


82 


MacMurray College 


31 


64 


Olivet Nazarene 


40 


75 


UMSL 


88 


39 


N.E. Illinois Univ. 


74 


94 


Washington Univ. 


62 


65 


St. Louis I mv 


SO 


55 


Quincy College 


79 


75 


Washington Univ. 


58 


93 


Illinois Wesleyan 


67 


S4 


Blackburn College 


57 


73 


Millikin Univ. 


87 


58 


Greenville College 


76 




PLAYOFFS 




60 


Quincy College 


70 



Baseball Opp 

St. Xavier College (rain) 
Northeastern Illinois (rain) 
Northeastern Illinois (rain) 
Aurora College (rain) 
Florida Trip 

6 wins- 1 loss 
Rockford College (rain) 
Northeastern Illinois (rain) 
Northeastern Illinois (rain) 
Greenville College (rain) 
Quincy College (DH) 



Millikin Univ. 
SEMO (rain) 
Bradley Univ. (DH) 

SIU-Edwardswille (DH) 

12 
Blackburn College (DH) 1 

2 
Greenville College (DH) 


St. Louis Univ. (rain) 
Washington Univ. 8 

MacMurray College (DH) 5 

1 
Chicago Catholic Tour. 

1 win-2 losses 
Quincy College (DH) 3 

6 
Greenville College (DH) 3 

UMSL 6 

MacMurray College (DH) 7 

DISTRICTS 

3 wins-2 losses 



Wrestling 

St. Louis Open 
Illinois College 
McKendree Quadrangular 

Blackburn College 

Illinois College 

Washington Univ. 
Illinois Wesleyan Tour. 
MacMurray Invit. 
Elmhurst Invit. 
Washington Univ. 
McKendree Triangular 

Knox College 

Blytheville AFB 
Rose-Hulman Triangular 
Univ. of Missouri-Rolla 
Blackburn College 
Illinois Wesleyan 
Millikin Univ. 
NAIA Nationals 

(scores not available) 



Women's Softball 


St. Louis Univ. 


Millikin Univ. 


St. Ambrose College 


Greenville College 


St. Xavier College 


Quincy College 


Elmhurst College 


Northeastern Illinois 


UMSL 


Illinois Wesleyan 


Eureka College 


Blackburn College 


MacMurray College 


Millikin Univ. 


SlU-Edwardsville 




(scores not 


available) 



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Administration, Faculty And Staff 



Year In Review 

>A change for the better 



The 1983-84 year saw a con- 
tinuation of changes at McKen- 
dree. The college's turnaround be- 
gan in 1982. Approximately 150- 
160 students were recruited to the 
freshman class — the largest in the 
school's 1 56 year history. All of the 
dorms, for the first time in a long 
while, were completely full, and in 
1 983 Carnegie Hall was converted 
from faculty offices back to its 
original purpose — that of a dor- 
mitory. With the reopening of 
Carnegie, offices had to be relocat- 
ed. Several buildings around cam- 
pus were renovated to accommo- 



INDEX 


Title 


1 


Opening 


2 


Classified (Classes) 


17 


Living/Style (Organiza- 


tions) 


45 


Living (Student Life) 


59 


Sports 


69 


Business (Administration, 


Faculty, Staff) 


95 


Graduation 


103 


Index 


110 


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date all departments on campus. Although the 
change caused much havoc on upper campus, 
everyone contributed in working together to 
get the job done. A new administration worked 
hard to see that their new ideas and policies 
were carried out. The change proved to be a 
success as everyone settled into their area and 
got used to their new surroundings. 



illion Dollar 
Donation 

On Friday, September 30, 1983, the Wildy 
Hall and Robert F. White Memorial Mall 
dedication ceremony was held on McKendree 
College's Lebanon campus. Alexander Wildy 
donated his farm near Athens, IL to the col- 
lege in October, 1981. The one million dollar 
donation was used partly to renovate the Old 
Science building into much needed office 
space for campus administration. When asked 
why he donated such a sum to a college he had 
no apparent connection with, the 89 year-old 
Wildy replied: "You can't take it with you, I 
just wanted to help." 

McKendree 




Phil Neale, professor of Philosophy, takes time during 
New Student Orientation Week to help a new student 
plan and prepare his schedule. 

Another very generous donation to McKen- 
dree was given by Mrs. Muriel White in mem- 
ory of her deceased husband, Robert F. White, 
for the purpose of constructing an outdoor 
mall area for McKendree's students, faculty 
and staff. Mr. White was a member of 
McKendree's class of 1 922 and later served on 
the Board of Trustees in the 1960's. 

Mrs. White and Alexander Wildy were pre- 
sent at the dedication and tours of Wildy Hall 
and the college's expanded bookstore and 
computer center were given. 



Dedicates Yearbook 

McKendrean editors Vicki Seiberlich and the St. Louis Metropolitan area. With warn- 

Scott Clements with advisor Will Mulvaney ingsof closing its' doors after 131 years. Globe 

have announced that the 1984 McKendrean publisher Duncan Bauman granted permis- 

will be dedicated to the St. Louis Globe- sion for the college to use the Globe's mast 

Democrat for its many years of fine service to head and page titles in their annual yearbook. 



Administration, Faculty And Staff 85 



ADMINISTRA TON 



Gerrit J. Tenbrink, 
Ed.D. 

President of the College 



Ted R. Anderson, Ph.D. 
V.P. for Academic 
Affairs 

Robert F. Ariosto, Ph.D. 
Dean of Student Affairs 

Charles Berry, M.S. 
Dir. Financial Affairs 



Frank J. Grandfield. 

B.S. 

Dir. Financial Aids 

Elva L. Hines 
Registrar 

Stephen E. Jackson, 

M.S. 

Dir. Admissions 

Not pictured: 
Helen E. Gilbert, 
M.S.L.S. 
Librarian/Assoc. Prof. 




86 Administration 



FACULTY 




David Ahola. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Political Science 

David Barker, M.A. 
Instructor of Computer Science 



Ronald Black, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of English 

Murella Bosse, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Psychology 



David Brailow, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 

Mary Anne Brotherton, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Economics 



(acuity 87 



Robert Brown, M.S. 

Professor of Sociology 

Nadene Coffin, M.A. 

Instructor of English 



Charles Davis, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Biology 

Walter DeAguero, M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Accounting 



James Drake, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Art 

.lack Elfrink, M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Accounting 




88 Faculty 




Patrick Folk, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of History 

Paul Funkhouser, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry and 
Mathematics 



Greg Gardner, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Speech 

Mark Gifford, M.A. 
Choir Director 



Don Hoist, Ph.D. 

Professor of Education and Physical Education 

Lynn Huxford, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice 



faculty 89 



Douglas Jones, Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 

Claire Kersting, M.S. 
Instructor of Computer Science 



Jean Kirts, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Education and Physical 

Education 

Nancy Koleson, M.S. 
Instructor of Nursing 



Scott Lawrence, Ph.D. 
College Chaplain 

Norman Madsen, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Religion 




90 Faculh 




Judith Maserang. M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Richard McGuire, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



Will Mulvaney, M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Management 
and Marketing 

Philip Neal. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 



David Ottinger, M.A. 
Instructor of Art 

Emerial Owen. Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 



Faculty 91 



Marcia Popp, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Myron Reese, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry 



Sister Gabrielle Rowe, 

Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of 

English 

Orville Schanz, M.A. 
Professor of Music 

JoAnn Slattery, M.A. 
Instructor of Nursing 




Harry Statham, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

Jo Tackett, M.A. 

Associate Professor of Nursing 



Faculty not pictured: 
Kenneth Craw, Jr., M.S. 
Instructor of Computer Science 

Debbie Joshu, M.A. 
Instructor of Nursing 



92 Faculty 



STAFF 




ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 

Suzanne Gaut ( 1 ) Secretary 

Not pictured: 

Nancy Ferguson — Faculty Secretary 



ADMISSIONS (2) 

Mickey Dobbins — Counselor 
Gary Haverman — Counselor 
Carolyn Decker — Counselor 
Stephen Jackson — Director 
Jan Mallrich — Coordinator 

ATHFETIC DEPARTMENT 

not pictured: 

Linda Blumhorst — Secretary 
Liz Crotty — Volleyball Coach 
Cole Gabe — Golf Coach 
Dave Horace — Soccer Coach 
Nancy Kassebaum — Women's 
Basketball and Softball Coach 
Van Smith — Baseball Coach 

BOOKSTORE (3) 

Dave Munoz — Manager 



COMMUNICATIONS (4) 
Ruth Ellen Pegg — Director 
Gladys Hess — Lithograph Asst. 

COMPUTER CENTER (5) 

Jill Weil — Coordinator/Payroll 



Stat 



DEVELOPMENT 
Todd Turner ( 1 ) — 

Public Relations 
(2) Alma Weik — Gifts Secretary 
Jane Weingarter — 

Dir. Alumni Rel. 
Doris Wolfslau — Secretary 




FINANCIAL AFFAIRS/AIDS 
Sharon Brownfield (3) — 

Accts. Payable 
Martha Cox (4) — 

Accts. Receivable 
MaryAnn Newcomb (5) — 

Secretary 
Dan O'Hara (6) — Accountant 
Doris Weber (7) — Secretary 



HEALTH SERVICES (8) 

Mary Frances Daylor — Director 






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LIBRARY 

Louise Domingos ( 1 ) — 

Secretary 
Melanie Schoenborn (2) — 
Assistant 

PRESIDENTS OFFICE (3) 

Lynne Jones — Exec. Secretary 



REGISTRAR (4) 

Deb Bohnenstiehl — Secretary 

Sue Davis — Secretary 

Betty Dorencamper — Assistant 

SCOTT AFB (5) 

Ted Shroyer — VA Coordinator 



SECURITY 

Boyd David (6) — 
Chief of Security 
not pictured: Dave Mog 

- STUDENT AFFAIRS 
Deb Jackson (7) — 

Dir Student Activities 
Leslie Missey (8) — Secretary 



Staff 95 



McKendree College 

KENTUCKY CENTERS 



At the invitation of the U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service, McKendree College 
conducted its first class in Louisville, Kentucky, during the month of October, 1973. 
The center's students are mainly of a military background. There are approximately 
250 students at the Kentucky Centers and 35 Faculty and Instructors. 










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KENTUCKY FACULTY/STAFF 



Thomas Darrah 
Academic Dean 

Herschel Finney 
Dir. of Admissions 

Vivian Knott 
Administrative Asst. 

Jo-Een Scheible — Rider 
Administrative Asst. 



Don Wright 
Admissions Asst. 



Toni Colbin 
Secretary 



Helen Davis 
Faculty 

Dr. Millard Dunn 
Faculty 

David J. Hudson 
Faculty 

John R. Stellwagen 
Faculty 




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STUDENTS 



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Joseph N. Allen 
Harry (Mike) Barrow 
Roy Black 
Linda A. Buckles 

Bill Campbell 
Kenneth E. Conner 
Daniel Mercado-Cruz 
Leslie M. Dickens 



Hansel L. Haycox 
Willett Leighton Lee 
Stuart A. Marshall 
John W. McKnight 

Soon S. Nix (Koko) 
James L. Riddell 
Charlesetta L. Sizemore 
Ken Stanfield 

Louise Summerall 
Michael B. Tigges 
Sandra E. William 
Donald E. Wright, Jr. 



Kcntuck\ 99 



HATERTAMfllEflT 



Milton Berle 

headlines 

Founders Day 




Whether Milton Berle is being re- 
ferred to as "Mr. Television", or "Mr. 
Entertainment", or "Mr. Show-busi- 
ness", everyone recognizes the niche he 
has carved for himself. Two highlights o 
career were his Emmy nomination 
for his dramatic performance in Doyle 
Against the House and his lifetime N B.C 
contract presented to him for "putting 
television on the map." 



Founders Day 




McKendree's Annual Founders Day Celebration was held on April 26, 1984 at 
Fischer's Restaurant in Belleville. This year's event had a special flavor with the guest 
appearance of actor-entertainer Milton Berle. The celebrity arrived on campus that 
afternoon to visit with the students faculty and staff, and took part in a short press 
conference in Upper Deneen. He was the guest speaker at the Banquet that night. The 
highlight of the evening came with the presentation of an Honorary Doctorate of 
Humane Letters Degree to "Uncle Miltie". "Dr. Berle" expressed sincere gratitude 
and concluded with a wish to return to the 1985 Founders Day Celebration. 




Founders Day 



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OUTDOORS 



The annual All School Picnic was held 
on Friday. May 4. 1984 at Horner Park 
in Lebanon. The picnic included the tra- 
ditional activities of softball, volleyball, 
soccer and various other sports? Enter- 
tainment was provided by local bands 
and Mckendree students were able to 
reveal their hidden skills in a mid-day 
Talent Contest. The day proved to be a 
success, as students were able to cele- 
brate the end of another school year. 










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GRADUATION 



On Saturday morning. May 1 2, 19X4, 
Graduation Ceremonies were conducted 
on the front lawn of upper campus. The 
faculty, administration, and staff of the 
college welcomed parents, family mem- 
bers and friends of the graduating sen- 
iors to the ceremony which marked the 
successful conclusion of the quest for the 
Bachelor Degree. 

Degrees were granted in a variety of 
fields, including the Bachelor of Arts 
Degree, Bachelor of Science Degree, 
Bachelor of Science in Education De- 
gree, Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, 
Bachelor of Business Administration 
Degree and the Bachelor of Science in 
Nursing Degree. 

The Commencement Address was 
given by Dr. W. Ann Reynolds, Chan- 
cellor, The California State University. 
The speaker was introduced by the 
President — Dr. Gerritt J. Tenbrink. 
The 1984 recipient of the William Nor- 
man Grandy Faculty Award was Dr. 
Emerial L. Owen, Jr. 




K-^ommencement Oa 



>mmencement (Exercises 



1984 



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LEBANON, ILLINOIS 



TEN-THIRTY IN THE MORNING 
MAY TWELFTH 



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Order of Serui 



ice 



President Gerrit J. TenBrink, Presiding 

PRELUDE: "Fantasia in C minor" Johann Sebastian Bach 

Gail Long, Organist 

•PROCESSIONAL: "Trumpet Tune Duet" Jeremiah Clarke 

NATIONAL ANTHEM 

INVOCATION The Reverend Scott Lawrence 

Campus Pastor 
HYMN "Now Thank We All Our God" Johann Cruger 

(Audience will begin singing with first stanza.) 

Now thank we all our God With heart and hands and voices. 

Who wondrous things hath done, In whom his world rejoices; 

Who, from our mothers' arms, Hath blessed us on our way 

With countless gifts of love. And still is ours today. 

O may this bounteous God Through all our life be near us, 
With ever joyful hearts And blessed peace :o cheer us; 
And keep us in his grace, And guide us when perplexed, 
And free us from all ills In this world and the next. 

All praise and thanks to God The Father now be given. 
The Son, and him who reigns With them in highest heaven, 
The one eternal God, Whom earth and heaven adore; 
For thus it was, is now. And shall be evermore. Amen. 

SCRIPTURE READING (Bothwell Scholar) Harold H. Andricks 

INTRODUCTION OF COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER Dr. Gerrit j. TenBrink 

President of the College 

COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS Dr. W. Ann Reynolds 

Chancellor, The California State University 

MUSIC: "Arise, Shine, Thy Light Has Come Jerry Kirk 

McKendree College Choir • McKendree College Alumni Choir 

PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES AND DEGREES Dr. Ted R. Anderson 

Dean of the College 

COMMISSIONING 

Presentation Lt. Col. William B. Freeman, Jr., USAF 

Pinning of Bars 

Michael R. Pittenger Lena S. Serbeniuk Kenneth R. Riddle 

HONORARY DEGREE 

Presentation of Candidate Dr. Gerrit J. TenBrink 

W. Ann Reynolds 

Conferring of the Honorary Degree Allen A. Kaisor 

Chairman, McKendree College Board of Trustees 

INDUCTION OF THE CLASS OF 1984 James K. Forrler 

President, McKendree College Alumni Association 



The P 



rocession 



At McKendree College, the academic procession is always composed of the candidates 
for degrees in course, the faculty, the administration, and certain others who participate in 
Commencement. The faculty appear in order of rank (Professor, Associate Professor, 
Assistant Professor, Instructor, Lecturer) with the Professors at the head of the group 
followed in that order by the other four ranks. 

The candidates for degree-in-course represent those who have completed requirements 
for either the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree during the 1983-84 Fall 
Term, Spring Term, and the 1984 Summer Term. 

It has become customary for the procession to assemble in front of Stevenson House, 
the home of the President. The procession then moves through Centennial Gate, up 
Centennial Walk past the Bothwell Chapel and then into the reserved seating spaces in the 
southwest area of the campus. 



104 Graduation 





PRESENTATION OF WILLIAM NORMAN ORANDY FACULTY AWARD . . . Eddie L. Hall 
Vice-President, McKendree College Alumni Association 

CHORAL BENEDICTION: "Ascription of Praise" David Schwoebel 

McKendree College Choir 

RECESSIONAL: "Chora! and Scherzo" Leon Bocllmann 

•The audience will please rise during the Processional, stand throughout the Invocation, and 
remain seated during the Recessional. 

Candidates for Deqrees in Course 

December 31, 1983 and May 31 , 1984 Graduates 
BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE 



Harold H Andricks 




O'Fallon, Illinois 


Religious Studies 




Bonha Sue Biggs 




Lebanon. Illinois 


Criminal Justice St 


di 


Steven Allen Bo;e 




Kansas City. Missouri 


Christian Educatio 




Cindy Sue Caldwell 




Christopher, Illinois 


Mathematics 




Diane Elizabeth Davis 




Cahokia. Illinois 


Psychology 




Robert Wayne Hale 




Crossville, Illinois 


Biology APsycholo 


»v 


Jack Lee Holland 




Ft Knox. Kentucky 


Business 




Timothy John Keeley 




Belleville. Illinois 


Criminal Justice St 


di 


Ronnie D McCaskill 




Edwardsville. Illinois 


Political Science. Phil 








4 Business Admini 


Ira 


Elaine Sue Unwell Mc 


ntosh 


Belleville. Illinois 


Sociology 




Percy I.. McKinney. Jr 




East St Louis. Illinois 


Criminal Justice St 


di 


Judith A Minor 




Scott AFB. Illinois 


English 




Michael G Mueth 




Mascoulah, Illinois 


History 




Michael Richard Pitten 


gei 


tebanon. Illinois 


Biology 




Leesa Javne Rciilersha 




Lorton. Virginia 


Psychology 




Kennech Roy Riddle 




Wescosville. Pennsylvania 


Criminal Justice St 


dt 


Mark Anthony Rolhw 


II 


Tildcn. Illinois 


Psychology 




Christopher AlanSirla 


k 


Cahokia. Illinois 


Speech Communis! 


tic 


William L Townsend 




Vine Grove. Kentucky 


Business 




Donald C Wagner 




Marissa. Illinois 


History 




Dawd Addison Woodi 


1 


1 ongview, Texas 


Christian Educatio 








BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE 




Charles J. Blowers 




Belleville, Illinois 


Computing A Infor 


me 


Jane A.Corscr 




Belleville. Illinois 


Computing Alnror 


ma 


Lanna DcFratcs 




Belleville, Illinois 


Physical Education 




Ronda Ray Horton 




East St Louis. Illinois 


Physical Education 




Melissa lynnl earned 




Bcnlon, Illinois 


Physical Education 




Wilbur lewis. Jr 




Scott AIB. Illinois 


Physical Education 




Victoria Jody Napua L 


indscy 


Wahiawa, Hawaii 


Physical Education 




Cinger l.ee Ogden 




tebanon. Illinois 


Biology 




Kathleen Hope Potlha 


t 


Collinsville. Illinois 


Physical Educalion 




Patricia Ann Rule 




Belleville. Illinois 


Mathematics 




Timothy CarlvleSlewa 


ri 


Pinckneyvillc. Illinois 


Mathematics A Bn 




James Wesley Towson 


Jr. 


Belleville, Illinois 


Computing A Info 


m 


Gregory L Wallace 




Bunker Hill, Illinois 


Physical Education 




JohnnaMarlene Wells 




Raleigh. Illinois 


Physical Educalion 






BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION DEGF 


1 


Brenda J Coble 




Fairfield. Illinois 


Elementary Educa 




LisaC Cunen 




Evansville. Illinois 


Elementary Educa 


or 


Nancy Ann Fietsam 




Belleville. Illinois 


Flcmenlary Educa 
(Honors in Elemen 


ar 


Helen Tee Howell 




Lebanon. Illinois 


Elementary Educa 


or 


Mary Lee Jansen 




Aviston. Illinois 


Elementary Educa 


or 


Linda Sue Murphy 




Belleville. Illinois 


Elementary Educa 


or 


Jo-Ann Summers 




Belleville. Illinois 


Elementary Fduca 


or 






BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS DEGREE 




Carol JuneNoland An 


dricks 


O'Fallon. Illinois 


Art 




DarrylB Furtkamp 




Lebanon. Illinois 


Art 




VickiLeeSeiberlich 




Highland. Illinois 


Art 






Graduation 105 





106 Graduation 



BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE 




| Douglas E.Achs 


Louisville. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Russell Anderson, Jr 


Fern Creek, Kentucky 




Business Administration 




KarynGayc Andncks Heidel 


Red Bud. Illinois 




Business Administration 




Linda Marie Bailey 


Mascoutah, Illinois 




Business Administration 4 Ma 


nagement 


Jeannctle Grace Bailor 


OTallon, Illinois 




Marketing 




Brian Von Barlon 


Belleville, Illinois 




Accounling A Business Admin 


istratton 


Marlha Rose Basham 


Muldraugh. Kentucky 




Business Admimsiration 




; Roy Edward Black 


Radchff, Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Charles J. Blower? 


Belleville, Illinois 




Business Administration 




Stephen R. Brian 


Shephcrdsville. Kentu 


•ky 


Business Administration 




•} Linda Adele Buckles 


Elizabelhtown, Kentu 


ky 


Business Administration 




l| James Flberl Burney 


Radchfr. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Robin Lynn Carpenter 


OTallon, Illinois 




Business Administration 




k Nancy Christ 


Belleville, Illinois 




Business Administration* Ma 


nagement 


,| Barbara J. Davis 


Hamel. Illinois 




Accounting, Management & 
Business Administration 




John E. Dexter, Jr. 


Scott AFB, Illinois 




Accounting 




Leslie Max Dickens 


Elizabelhtown, Kentu 


-ky 


Business Administration 




Nancy E Donour 


Belleville, Illinois 




Business Administration &M 


nagement 


MaryC. Furmanek 


Belleville. Illinois 




Management 




Elizabeth A. Givan 


Louisville, Kentucky 




Business Administration 
(Honors in Business Adminisl 


alion) 


R Eric Hall 


Mascoutah, Illinois 




Accounting* Mathematics 




Michael John Hellmann 


Belleville. Illinois 




Accounting 




Patrick R Hellmann 


Belleville. Illinois 




Business Administration 




Dale Arthur Hill 


Belleville. Illinois 




Accounting 




Raymond Inzarrv 


Elizabelhtown. Kentu 


-ky 


Business Administration 




Linda Dianne Ives 


New Baden. Illinois 




Business Administration & Ma 


rkettng 


John Joseph Jankowski 


Lebanon. Illinois 




Business Administration 




! Marvin V Jansen 


Belleville. Illinois 




Accounling & Business Admin 


istratton 


Lisa Dawn Jones 


Trenton. Illinois 




Marketing 




>j Morries Gordon Judd 


Georgetown. Indiana 




Business Administration 




Carolyn Kalmer Klemp 


Belleville. Illinois 




Business Administration 4 Ma 


rkeung 


William Carl Kruegcr 


Salem. Illinois 




Marketing 




Janice R 1 ane 


E.St. Louis. Illinois 




Business Administration 




Willett Leigblonlee 


Franklorl. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




William Edward tee 


Fresno. California 




Business Administration 




Peter J Looker 


Ft. Knox. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Stuart A Marshall 


Dry Ridge. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Scott Howard Martin 


Belleville. Illinois 




Accounling & Business Admin 


istration 


Jon Martin Mart? 


Belleville. Illinois 




Business Administration * Ma 


nagement 


Beth AnnMcGill 


I ouisville. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




| John W Mcknight, Sr. 


Louisville, Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Daniel Mercado Cruz 


Ft. Knox, Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Julia 1. Moore 


Scott AFB. Illinois 




Accounting & Business Admin 


stration 


Mark Douglas Moore 


Lebanon, Illinois 




Business Administration 




Mary Kalhryn Morganstern 


Belleville. Illinois 




Business Admmislialion * Ma 


nagement 


Suzanne Marie Mudd 


Belleville. Illinois 




Business Administration 




Patricia Ann Murphy 


Belleville. Illinois 




Accounling & Business Admin 


stration 


Robert Victor Nave 


Lebanon. Illinois 




Business Administration * Ma 


nagement 


SoonS Nix 


Radcliff. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




William Ronald Parkin, Jr. 


Lebanon. Illinois 




Business Administration 




Mark Allen Paulsen 


Elizabelhtown. Kentu 


ky 


Business Administration 




Bernadctte Ann Przygoda 


DuBois. Illinois 




Business Administration 




Rachel Lynn Recker 


Freeburg. Illinois 




Business Administration * Ma 


nagement 


Roger Dean Reedv 


Mascoutah. Illinois 




Business Administration 




Claud R Richardson. Jr. 


Elizabelhtown, Kentu 


ky 


Business Administration 
(Honors in Business Adminisl 


alionl 


William Bradley Richy 


Louisville. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




James 1 eonard Riddell 


Vallev Station. Kemu 


ky 


Business Administration 




Monica A Schomaker 


New Baden. Illinois 




Accounling* Business Admin 


stration 


LenaS Serbcniuk 


New Baden. Illinois 




Business Administration 




Mary I ou Shepherd 


Belleville, Illinois 




Management 




Gerald Blaine Sherwood 


Radchff. Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Steven E. Shott 


Louisville, Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Phyllis HarreSilger 


Cenlraha. Illinois 




Accounling 




Charlesetta L Sizemore 


Elizabethtown. Kentu 


ky 


Business Administtation 




Mark Allen Smith 


Odin, Illinois 




Business Administration & Ma 


nagement 


DeannaC Stewart 


Jeflersonville, Indiana 




Business Administration 




Craig N Stover 


Louisville, Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Mary Louise Summcrall 


St Petersburg. Florid 




Business Administration 




Angela Deanna Taylor 


Louisville, Kentucky 




Business Administration 




Sherry Ann Terveer 


Belleville, Illinois 




Accounting & Business Admin 


stration 


Timothy Lee Tiernon 


Scott AFB, Illinois 




Business Administration 




Michael Bruce Tigges 


Radchff, Kentucky 




Business Administtation 
(Honors in Business Administr 


alion) 



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Fi Knos. Kenlucky Business Ailminimitin 

Belleville. Illinois Management 

Lebanon. Illinois Business Administrate 

Scon AFB. Illinois Business Adminislialio 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING DEGREE 

Belleville. Illinois Nursing 

Cailvle, Illinois Nuising 

Alton. Illinois Nursing 

Fasl Allon. Illinois Nuising 

Ordyke. Illinois Nursing 
Jetseyville. Illinois 
O'Fallon, Illinois 
Lebanon. Illinois 
Scoll AFB. Illinois 



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Belleville. Illino 
O'Fallon, Illino 
OTallon. Ill.no 
Ttoy. Illinois 
I ebanon. Illino 



Nursing 
Nurs.ng 
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Nursing 
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August 31, 1984 Graduates 
BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE 

Belleville, Illinois Psychology 

Palanne. Illinois Biology 

Belleville. Illinois Psychology 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE 

Fagle. Colorado Physical Education 

Collinsvillc. Illinois Business/Chetnisuv 

Mascoulah. Illinois Compuling & Infotm 

Belleville. Illinois Computing* Inform 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION DEGRE 

Olney. Illinois Flemenlary Fducano 

BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS DEGREE 

OTallon. Illinois An Educalion 



BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE 



Wil 


lam Fredrick Campbe 


Jud 


ihRence Causey 


Ken 


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San 


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Har 


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Joh 


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Mar 


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Wit 


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Das 


d Roger Meddows 


Jam 


es William Muiphree 


Slev 


enPalnck Nelson 


Tho 


masO Robinson. Jr 


Ren 


ce Marie Shirley 


Ken 


on E. Sisco 


Rir 


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Ken 


nelh Warren Slanfield 


Ron 


aid K.Taylor 


San 


raE McHaney Willia 


Don 


aid Eugene Wright, Jr 


Pal 


ick Allen Zillen 



Jeffcisonsille, India 
Scoll AEB. Illinois 
Radcliff, Kenlucky 



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Graduation 107 




BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING DEGREE 



Barbara J Cochran 
Kathleen Patricia Collins 
Renee Janelle Kidd-Marshall 
Captain Richard J. Knecht. Jr 
Sherne Lynn Knecht 
Cynthia Lisa McNeill 
Jeanne R Meyer 
ErlmeA Pooler 
Ruth Eileen Robinson 

Bonita K. Sprinkle 



Belleville. Illinois 
Carterville. Illino 
Belleville, Illinois 
Belleville, Illinois 
Carterville. Illino 
Highland. Illinois 
Scott AFB. Illino 
Marion. Illinois 
O'Fallon. Illinois 
OTallon. Illinois 
O'Fallon. Illinois 



COMMENCEMENT MARSHAL 
Mr. James Drake, Associate Professor of Art 



STUDENT MARSHALS 



Bonnie Droste 
Karen Hecker 



FLAGBEARERS 



Charles Farns 



Jane Lois Regensberger 
Kim Wilhelm 



Christy Orr 



ALUMNI REUNION LUNCHEON 
Ames Hall, 12:30 p.m. Today 

ARTEXHIBIT 

1:00-5:00 

by McKendree students of Professors Drake and Ottinger 

now in Holman Library 



lUcKendree Col leqe 
Choir 



Soprano: 
Nancy Alexander 

Diana Davies 
Michelle LePere 

Gina Watson 

Alto: 

Sonnie Botwinski 

Linda Carriker 

Ellen Conner 

Carol Guth 

Vivian Kloke 

Dawn Miesner 

Abby Miller 

Samantha Newcomb 

Debbie Ozier 

Kim Saunders 

Patricia Stamps 

Kim Wilhelm 



Tenor: 

Scott Clements 

Kevin Edwards 

Jerry Ellis 

Keith Sharnnghausen 

Bass: 
Jeff Campbell 
Michael Clark 

Jeff Cote 
Jeff Edwards 

Steve Frisse 
Darren Laske 
Donald Meeks 

Terry Neff 

JeffNoblm 

Kevin Shear 
Dave Woodul 

Betsy Hankla, Accompanist 
Mark Gifford, Director 




108 Graduation 




Academic Dress 



The attire worn by the candidates for degrees, the faculty, the administration, and 
others on the occasion of this Commencement has its roots in medieval times. 1 he 
academic dress has evolved through a long tradition, going back to the medieval univer- 
sities of Paris, Bologna, Oxford, and Cambridge. 

The precise beginnings of the several parts of the academic regalia are hard to deter- 
mine. Nonetheless, since the medieval students enjoyed the status of clerics during their 
university years, it has been concluded that their attire found its inspiration in the clerical 
dress of medieval times. It appears that the gown may be an adaptation of the robe of their 
friar or priest, the hood of the ftiar's cowl, and the mortal board cap of today recalls the 
skull cap of times when tonsured heads needed protection against the drafty classrooms of 
medieval times. 



?, academic attire first 
become common for 



When McKendree College was in her seventh decade of exit 
began to appear in (he 1890's in the United Stales. Its use has 
college and university functions and its pattern highly uniform. 

THE GOWN. There are three gowns: the bachelor's, master's and doctor's. The bachelor's 
is a yoked, closed-front garment, with long pointed sleeves. The present master's has long, 
closed sleeves slit just above the elbow permitting the forearms to protrude. The doctoral 
gown has full, bell-shaped sleeves. The gown of the doctor is trimmed with velvet panels 
running down the front and three velvet bars on each sleeve. Black is acceptable trimming 
for all gowns of the doctor; however, the color of the panels and sleeves may be varied, 
indicating doctorate held. 

THE HOOD. The hood was seemingly first worn over the head and attached to the gown. 
When the skull cap was introduced, the hood was retained but detached. Today it is worn 
aroung the neck, draped over the shoulders, and hangs down the back of the gown. Each 
degree (bachelor, master, doctor) has its special hood, which varies in length, and, in case 
of the doctor's, in pattern. 

The colors with which the hood is lined arc those of the institution which granted the 
degree. McKendree (observe the hood of (he honorary degree being granted), for example, 
is known for the white chevrons on a background of purple. The colored velvet binding on 
the hood, in different widths for bachelor, master, doctor, may suggest the degree or the 
major area of study represented by the degree. 

THE CAP. The mortarboard has become the generally accepted headdress in the United 
States institutions of higher learning, whereas many European institutions still retain their 
own distinctive style of cap. The doctor may wear the gold tassel on his mortarboard On 
the other two (master, bachelor) black is perhaps more common, however, the color is 
often varied. 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
of the 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 
PRESIDENT 

•James Furrier '65 (618) 277-3571 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

JoeGrimoldi '77 (314) 353-3989 

Eddie Hall '81 (314) 867-5525 

SECRETARY/TREASURER 
Alayna Davies-Smith '80. (314) 771-8077 

Barney Barnes '52 (618) 233-0735 

•Robert Dannenbrink '46 . (713) 241-5570 

Terry Davinroy '83 (618) 476-1801 

•Mike Gauble '66 (314) 567-1198 

Kirk Hinson '78 (314) 776-3625 

Dave Long '83 (618) 537-4481 

Sandy McGehee '82 (618) 633-2579 

Terry McKean '66 (618) 234-7003 

Karla Morris '76 (314) 895 4664 

JaneWeingartner (618) 537-4481 

•McKendree College Board of Trustees 
appointments 



Graduation 



109 



INDEX 



Abel, Steven: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; CSI 
Achs, Douglas E.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 
Adams, Barbara: Belleville, IL: FR: CSI 
Adams, Lemuel: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 
Adams, Mary Ann: Alton, IL; FR; NSG 
Adams, Michael: Belleville, IL; SO; CSI 
Adams, Stephen, E.: Ft. Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Adams, Steven: E. Alton, IL; FR; BUS 
Adkins, Edward Albert: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Agan, Diane Wallace: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 
Agnew, Delida A.: Radcliff, KY; FR; BUS 
Agnew, Raymond E.: Radcliffe, KY; FR; BUS 
Ahlers, Karen: Granite City, IL; JR; NSG 
Albers, Ardell D.: Lebanon, IL; FR; CSI 
Alexander, Nancy: Gillespie, IL; FR; MET 
Allen. Joseph Norman: Louisville, KY: SR: BUS 
Allen. Robert: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; CSI 
Althoff, Jonathon: Golconda, IL; SO; REL 
Alwardt, Karen: Collinsville, IL; FR; NSG 
Anderson Jr., Russell: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 
Anderson, Joseph A.: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Andrews, Lloyd: Edgemont, IL; JR; GLA 
Andricks, Carol June: Red Bud, IL; SR; ART 
Andricks, Harold H.: Red Bud, IL; SR; REL 
Angst. James A.: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Armstrong, Robert E.: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Arnold, Ty: Highland, IL; FR; GLA 
Arter, Helen: Breese, IL; SO; ELE 
Arterburn, Andrew: Belleville, IL; JR; MET 
Atchison, Carolyn: O'Fallon, IL; FR; ACC 
Atkinson. James M.: Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 
Atkinson, Melissa: Trenton. IL; SO; MKT 
Atkinson, Ronald L.: Hodgenville. KY; JR; BUS 
Atwood, Jeffrey: Ashland, IL; SO; CRJ 
Augustine, Kenneth: Mascoutah, IL; JR; NSG 
Baahlmann, Nancy: Godfrey, IL; JR; NSG 
Backues. Angela: Belleville, IL; FR; SPC 
Bailey, Linda Marie: Mascoutah, IL; SR; BUS 
Bailor, Jeannette Grace: O'Fallon, IL; SR; MKT 
Baldwin. Charles: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 
Baley, Henry: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 
Ballantini, Arthur: Centralia, IL; SO; PAD 
Bargetzi, David: Highland, IL; FR; CSI 
Barker, Diane: Lebanon, IL; SR; SPE 
Barnard, Shar'ron: O'Fallon, IL; JR; NSG 
Barr, Michele: Highland, IL; FR; PSI 
Barrow, Harry M.: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 
Barth, Richard: Highland, IL; JR; MTH 
Barton, Brian: Belleville, IL; SR; ACC 
Basham, Martha Rose: Muldraugh, KY; SR; BUS 
Bates, Angela: Mascoutah, IL; FR; GLA 
Batson, John Barry: Chicago, IL; FR; BUS 
Baumgardner, Richard L.: Ft. Knox, KY; So; BUS 
Bean, Angela G.: Belleville, IL; FR; BUS 
Bean. Gregory: Belleville, IL; SO; CRJ 
Beard, Harley E.: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 
Beckmann, Sheila: Germantown, IL; FR; CSI 
Bell. Danny: Scott A.F.B., IL; SP; NOD 
Bender, Mary Lea: Edwardsville, IL; FR; GLA 
Bendily, Phillip R.: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 
Bcrgmann, Gregory F.: Belleville. IL; SR; GLA 
Berry, Martha Ann: Belleville, IL; SR; NSG 
Berry, William A.: Lebanon, IL; JR; BUS 
Best. Myra Ann: Lebanon, IL; JR; ENG 
Bethard, Debra: Mt. Vernon, IL; Fr; BIO 
Bevirt, Lois Jean: Belleville, IL; JR; GLA 
Bien, Jacki L.: Belleville, IL; FR; BUS 
Biggs, Bonita: Lebanon, IL; SR; CRJ 
Billhartz, Julia Marie: Breese, IL; JR; BUS 
Billhartz, Scott: New Baden, IL; SR; BUS 
Bilveu, Donna S.: Collinsville, IL; FR; GLA 
Birk, Patricia: Red Bud. IL; JR; NSG 
Black, Roy E.: Fort Knox, KY; SR; BUS 
Blair. Jay C: Trenton, IL; JR; BIO 
Blakelv, Barbara: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; BUS 
Blecha, Joan: O'Fallon, IL; FR; ACC 
Blecha, Teresa: O'Fallon, IL; SO; CRJ 
Blizzard Jr., Gardner W.: Vine Grove. KY; SO; BUS 
Blowers, Charles J.: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 
Bobarsky. Joseph: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; CSI 
Boeschen, David: Belleville. IL; SO; BUS 
Bolden, Terry W.: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Boman, Karen: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 



Bond, Dana: O'Fallon, IL; JR; NSG 
Botwinski, Sondra: Herrin, IL; SO; MKT 
Boudrcaux, Frank: Belleville, IL; SR; CSI 
Bower, Marjorie: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; NSG 
Boyd, Carla Ann: Carlyle, IL; SR; NSG 
Boyd, Nancy: Sparta, IL; SR; NSG 
Bradfute, Edward: O'Fallon. IL; SR; MTH 
Branch, Tyrone: Madison, IL; SO; BIO 
Brandell, Renee: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; BUS 
Branson, Rebecca: E. Carondelet, IL; SO; CED 
Bray, Edward: Fairview Hgts., IL; JR; CSI 
Bremer, Carol A.: Metropolis, IL; SO; ACC 
Brewington, Vincent T.: Philadelphia, PA; SO; MGT 
Brian, Stephen R.: Shepherdsville, KY; SR; BUS 
Brock, James C: Fairfield, IL; SO; GLA 
Brock, Ronald E.: Fairview Hgts, IL; SR; MGT 
Brown, Fred: E. St. Louis, IL; JR; MKT 
Bruckert, Denise D.: Bunker Hill, IL; JR; BUS 
Brueggemann, Charles: Trenton, IL; FR; ACC 
Bryan, Kennedy: Belleville, IL; SP; NOD 
Buckles, Linda A.: Elizabethtown, KY; SR; BUS 
Bullock, Kathleen: Carlyle, IL; SO; PED 
Bullock, Roy: Scott A.F.B., IL; SP; NOD 
Burney, James E.: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 
Burns, Darrell: Ft. Knox. KY; FR; BUS 
Butler, John: Belleville, IL; JR; HIS 
Butler, Roger L.: Denison, TX; FR; GLA 
Butler, Willie M.: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 
Cain, Lisa: O'Fallon, IL; JR; SPC 
Caldwell, Bettina: Nashville, IL; FR; GLA 
Caldwell, Cindy Sue: Christopher, IL; SR; MTH 
Caldwell, Jimmy L.: Ft. Knox, KY, SO; BUS 
Caldwell, Regina: Nashville, IL; FR; CSI 
Campbell, Jeff R.: Marion, IL; FR; MET 
Campbell, William F.: Radcliff, KY; JR; BUS 
Campellone, John T.: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; BUS 
Campo, Jacquelyn: Ft. Knox, KY; FR; BUS 
Care, Sandra: West Frankfort, IL; SR; NSG 
Carl, Amy: Belleville, IL; SR; CSI 
Carmon, Yvette: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; BUS 
Carpenter, Robin: O'Fallon, IL; SR; ACC 
Carrico. Joseph D.: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 
Carter, Sharon E.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 
Cartwnght, William O.: Ft. Knox, KY; FR; BUS 
Carty, John: Plainfield, VT; SR; BUS 
Casey, Kathleen: Red Bud, IL; FR; NSG 
Cassatt, William: Addieville, IL; SO; CSI 
Castillo, Ramon M.: FR; BUS 
Causey, Christina: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 
Causey, Judith Renee: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 
Chaffin, Damon: Highland, IL; SO; GLA 
Champion Jr., Roy: Belleville, IL; CSI 
Chauhan. Chitra: Belleville, IL; SO; ACC 
Chestney, Carolyn S.: Alton, IL; JR; NSG 
Chiapulis, Teresa: O'Fallon, IL; SO; ACC 
Chism, William Elliott: FR; BUS 
Christ, Nancy M.: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 
Clardy, Hazel Virginia: FR; BUS 
Clark, Elizabeth A.: Alton, IL; JR; NSG 
Clark, Gloria: Belleville, IL; FR; CRJ 
Clark, Michael: Robinson, IL; JR; REL 
Clark, William: O'Fallon, IL; SP; NOD 
Clarke, John: Belleville, IL; SO; BUS 
Clay, Rhonda Marie: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 
Clement, Michelle: Godfrey, IL; JR; NSG 
Clements, Scott: El Paso, IL; SO; ENG 
Close, Kurt: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; BUS 
Coble, Brenda: Fairfield, IL; SR; ELE 
Cochran, Barbara Jones: Belleville, IL; SR; NSG 
Colbert, Sandra: Mascoutah, IL; JR; PSY 
Collins, Kathleen: Belleville, IL; JR; NSG 
Comley, Michael: Fairview Hts., IL; SO; PED 
Conley, Michael: Trenton, IL; SO; MKT 
Conner, Ellen: Belleville. IL; FR; HIS 
Conner, Kenneth: Jeffersonville, IN; SR; BUS 
Connors, Sandra Sue: Louisville, KY; FR; BUS 
Conrad, Paul V.: Cold Springs, MR; SR; CHB 
Convers, Juan M.: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Coop, Mary Kathleen: Evansville, IL; FR; NSG 
Cooperman, Andrew M.: Cahokia. IL; SO; ITR 
Coplen, Kenneth: Belleville, IL; FR; GLA 
Cordes, Mark: Belleville, IL; FR; ART 
Corey, Arlicia Marie: Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 
Cornell, Mary: Fairview Hgts. IL; JR; ACC 
Cornell, William: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; BUS 
Corser, Jane: Belleville, IL; SR; CSI 
Cosner, Angela: Ashland, IL; SO; PED 
Cote, Jeff: Chebanse, IL; FR; MTH 
Courtright, Randy: Fairfield, IL; SO; ACC 
Cousin, Harold: Ft. Knox, KY; SO; BUS 



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Cowan, Nancy: Chester, IL; SO; MET 

Cox, Steven: Belleville, IL; FR; MGT 

Craddock, Wanda B.: FR; BUS 

Crane, Ellis E.: Ft. Knox, KY; FR; BUS 

Crank, Joseph: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; CSI 

Craven. Anna Lalau: FR; BUS 

Crawford, Kenneth: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 

Crum, David: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; GLA 

Crumley, Lisa L.: Mascoutah, IL; JR; BUS 

Crunk, Larry L.: New Baden. IL; JR; BUS 

Cruse, David R.: Hodgenville, KY; SO; BUS 

Cueto, David: Troy, IL; JR; PSI 

Cummins, Thomas Lee: Louisville, KY; JR: BUS 

Curlovic, Susan Cooper: Alton, IL; ST; NSG 

Curtcn, Lisa G.: Evansville, IL; SR; ELE 

Curtis. Paul D : Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

Cwiak, Richard S.; Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 

Daly, Ismav: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; BIO 

Daniell, Shawn E.: Radcliff, KY; SR; FR; BUS 

Dauphin, James: Belleville, IL; SR; CRJ 

Davidson, Mark J.: O'Fallon, IL; FR; BUS 

Davies, Diana L.: Belleville, IL; FR; PSY 

Davis, Barbara J.: Hamel, IL; JR; ACC 

Davis, Diane E.: Cahokia, IL; SR; PSY 

Davis, John William: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 

Davis, Kimberly: Collinsville, IL; FR; ACC 

Davis, Richard: Berkeley, MO; JR: BUS 

De Bourgc, Glenda: Belleville, IL; JR; BIO 

De Frates, Lanna Kay: Belleville, IL; SR; PED 

De Leon, Eligio S.: Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 

De Voto. John: Chesterfield, MO; FR; BUS 

Dean, Esther Denise: Muldraugh, KY; SO; BUS 

Dempsev, John: O'Fallon, IL; FR; SPE 

Derickson, Todd: O'Fallon, IL; SO; PSI 

Derrick, Daren. Mascoutah, IL; FR; CSI 

Dethrow, Jane: O'Fallon, IL; SR; NSG 

Detmer, Connie: Belleville, IL; JR; NSG 

Dexter Jr., John E.: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; ACC 

Di Martino, John: Lebanon, IL; FR; REL 

Diaz, Jorge L.: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 

Dickens, Leslie M.: Elizabethtown, KY; SR; BUS 

Diehl, Jo A.: Belleville, IL; FR; BIO 

Dillenberger, Dave: Waterloo, IL; JR; BUS 

Dillev, Stephen: Trenton, IL; FR; CSI 

Dintelman, Dee Anna: Nashville, IL; FR; MET 

Distler, Barbara J.: O'Fallon, IL; JR; BUS 

Docherty, Thomas: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR: CSI 

Dodd, Sandra J.: Murphysboro, IL; JR; NSG 

Dolan, Jeffrey: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 

Donahue, Barney: Fairview Hgts., IL; SP; NOD 

Donnelly, Mary K.: O'Fallon, IL; FR; CSI 

Donour, Nancy: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 

Donovan, Elizabeth: Belleville; IL; JR; ELE 

Dorsey, Willie: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; BUS 

Dosier, Jeff N.: Belleville, IL; FR; BUS 

Dotson, Paul Grant: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; BUS 

Dowd, Kellic: New Baden, IL; FR; CRJ 

Downer, Patricia A.: East Alton, IL; SR; NSG 

Downing, Wvnnette: Red Bud, IL; JR; NSG 

Downs, William Earl: Elizabethtown, KY; FR; BUS 

Doyle. Elmer James: Rineyville, KY; FR; BUS 

Drake, Marcedas: Marine, IL; SP; NOD 

Droste, Bonita J.: Godfrey, IL; JR; PED 

Du Bois, Gregory: Fairmont, IL; FR; BUS 

Dugan. Donald A.: FR; BUS 

Dunda, Mathew: O'Fallon, IL; SR; CSI 

Dunlop, Van: Dallas, TX; JR; BUS 

Dyer, Fori Jean: Fort Knox. KY; FR; BUS 

Dyer. Susan K.: Radcliff. KY; JR; BUS 

Earl, Marshall Eugene: Salem, IL; SR; CRJ 

Eberhart, Esther: Wood River, IL; FR; NSG 

Ebersohl. La Shell: Stecleville, IL; FR; MKT 

Eckstrom. Christine E.: Radcliff, KY; FR; BUS 

Edelmann. Vicki S.: Belleville, IL; FR; GLA 

Edwards. Jeffrey W.: Scheller, IL; SO; PED 

Edwards. Kevin. Scheller, IL; FR; GLA 

Edwards. Melodv Lvnn: Belleville, IL: JR; MTH 

Elam, Carol: Sparta, IL; JR; NSG 

Elbe, Kevin Lee: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 

Elev, Murl David: Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 

Ellis, Bonnie; Waterloo, IL; JR; NSG 

Ellis. Jerry: Fairfield, IL; SO; REL 

Ellis. Robin: Highland, IL; SO; PED 

Ellis. Sally J.: Belhalto, IL; JR; NSG 

Ellison, Elizabeth M.: Mascoutah, IL; FR; BUS 

Elmore, Samuel: Mason City, IL; SR; MGT 

Emling, Adam: Du Quoin, IL; SO; ELE 

Empie, Diane: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; GLA 

I rser\. Leonard: Troy, IL; FR; REL 

Evans, Frank: Bolingbrook, IL; SR; PED 



Fahcy, Kathleen: Red Bud, II. ; NSG 
Failauga. Mary S.: Shelbyville, KY; SP; SPE 
Farmer, William L.: Belleville, IL; JR; BIO 
Farris, Jerry: Ridgway, IL; SR; PF.D 
Fcatherstone, Lisa Ann: Vine Grove, KY; FR; BUS 
Feder, Mary Jo: Belleville, IL; JR; GLA 
Fehrenz. Warren: Columbia, IL; SO; PED 
Fehrmann, Beverly Hill: Bartelso, IL; JR; ELE 
Fellner, Susan: Belleville, IL; JR; ACC 
Ferguson, Scott: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 
Ferrario. Michael: Belleville, IL; SP; NOD 
Ferry, Vernon: E. Carondelet, IL; Fr; PED 
Fields, Janice W.: Breese, IL; SR; NSG 
Fietsam, Nancv: Belleville, IL; SR; ELE 
Findley, Rudy R.: Fort Knox, KY; SR; BUS 
Finley, Michael H.: Louisville. KY; FR; BUS 
Finnegan, Patrick: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; GLA 
Fisher, Donna: Granite City, IL; JR; NSG 
Fisher, Jamie: Fairview Hgts., IL; SO; BIO 
Flowers, Jan L.: Belleville, IL; SR; NSG 
Followell, Lynn M.: Marion, IL; SR; NSG 
Fontenot, Carolyn Jones: Altus, OK; SR; NSG 
Fonville, Norvis: Ft. Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Foppe, David Keith: Radcliff, KY; JR; Bus 
Ford, Charles: Valmeyer, IL; SO; GLA 
Ford, John W.: Radcliff, KY; JR; BUS 
Forrester, Sharon: Bethalto, IL; JR; NSG 
Forsee, Robert: Scott A.F.B., IL; CSI 
Fosdick, Robert: Scott A.F.B., IL; SP; NOD 
Fournie, Eve: Belleville, IL; JR; NSG 
Fox, Rita: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 
Francis, Morris: Belleville, IL; SP; SPE 
Francisco, Juan A.: Radcliff, KY; FR; BUS 
Franco, Anthony: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; BUS 
Franke, Michael: New Baden, IL; FR; CSI 
Franklin, Craig L.: Collinsville, IL; SR; CHB 
Fraser, Morrie: Gillespie, IL; SO; ACC 
Fremming, Jackie Lou: Belleville, IL; JR; NSG 
Fricke, Susan: Edwardsville, IL; FR; ENG 
Friederich, Ethel Janice: Lebanon, IL; SR; NSG 
Frisse, Steven: Edwardsville, IL; FR; GLA 
Fritsch, Catherine Lynn: O'Fallon, IL; FR; BUS 
Frolker, Donald Joseph: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 
Fromm, Ellen: O'Fallon, IL; SR; NSG 
Fulkerson, Karen Y.: Louisville, KY; FR; BUS 
Fulton, Ola: Belleville, IL; SP; SPE 
Furmanek, Mary: Belleville, IL; SR; MGT 
Furtkamp, Darryl B : Lebanon, IL; SR; ART 
Gabler, Scott P.: New Baden, IL; JR; GLA 
Gabriel, Sandra: Granite City, IL; SO; NSG 
Gall, George F.: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; MGT 
Gammage, Jennifer: Belleville, IL; FR; ENG 
Ganaway Jr., Luis L.: Jeffersonville. IN; SO; BUS 
Gangwisch, Gloria: Lebanon. IL; SO; CSI 
Garcia, David Pedro: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Garcia, Wilfredo: FR; BUS 
Garmon, Geraldine: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 
Garnett, Dolores A.: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 
Gay, Gary: Belleville, IL; SR; CSI 
Gazaway, Denise R.: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 
Gentry, Terri: Sparta, IL; FR; PED 
Gherardini, Angela: Hoffman, IL; JR; GLA 
Gilchrist, Ronald: Lebanon, IL; FR; CSI 
Gilmer, Patricia: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 
Gitkov, Ellen C: Opdyke, IL; SR; NSG 
Giver Sr„ David Peter: Ft. Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Glanzner, Barbara: Trenton, IL; SP; SPE 
Glanzner, Sandra: Trenton, IL; SP; SPE 
Glenn, John: E. St. Louis, IL; SO; CRJ 
Glynn, Jerome: Platteville, Wl; SO; CRJ 
Goestenkors, Pam: Aviston, IL; FR; GLA 
Goins, Pennye: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; ENG 
Goldey, Laura M.: Belleville, IL; FR; BIO 
Gomez, Anselmo: O'Fallon, IL; FR; BUS 
Gonzalez Jr., Juan D.: Ft. Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Goscinski, Jo Ann: Belleville. IL; FR; BUS 
Grabner, Marv M.: Alton, IL; JR; ELE 
Graham, Ada M.: Ft. Knox, KY; FR; BUS 
Gramates, Elizabeth: Alton. IL; JR; NSG 
Gray, Pamela: Belleville, IL; SR; NSG 
Greasley. Garth: Scott A.F.B., IL; CSI 
Gregory. Johnny B.: Fort Knox, KY; FR; BUS 
Grenia, Kelly: Belleville, IL; FR; PSI 
Grider, Grace: Fairview Hghts., IL; SR; NSG 
Griffin, Bonita: Pinckneyvillc, IL; SR; NSG 
Griffin, Russell J.: Fort Knox, KY; FR; BUS 
Griffith, Denise Kay: W. Frankfort, IL; SR; NSG 
Grimming, Karen: Belleville, IL; JR; NSG 
Guebert, Janice I.: Sparta. IL; FR; BUS 
Guithues, Robert A.: O'Fallon. IL; SO; BUS 



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Guth, Carol A.: Flanagan, IL; FR; MTH 
Haag, Dana: Breese, IL; FR; GLA 
Habanek, Bruce S.: Collinsville, IL; JR; CRJ 
Habbe, Peter: St. Jacob, IL; SO; GLA 
Haberer, Beth: Belleville, IL; JR: MET 
Hadley, Mari: Cairo, IL; SO, ACC 
Haida, Neil A.: Belleville, IL; JR; ACC 
Haines, David: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CS1 
Hale, Robert W.: Crossville, IL; SR; BIO 
Hall, Elizabeth K.: Murphysboro, IL; SR; NSG 
Hall, Kay: E. St. Louis, IL; SR; CRJ 
Hall, Lisa: O'Fallon, IL; FR; BIO 
Hall. Peggy C: Jcrseyville, IL; SR; NSG 
Hall, Ralph Eric: Mascoutah, IL; SR. ACC 
Hallam, Kelvin: Fairfield, IL; SO; HIS 
Hamilton, Elaine: Lovejoy, IL; FR; BUS 
Hamilton, Loretta: Lovejoy, IL; SO; BIO 
Haney, Catherine: Centralia, IL; FR; ELE 
Hankla, Betsy Leigh: Pinckncyville, IL; SO; MET 
Harbaugh, Patty: New Athens, IL; JR; NSG 
Hardesty, Marvin Leo: Big Clifty, KY; FR; BUS 
Harkins Jr., William H.: Louisville. KY; JR; BUS 
Harness, Steven L.: Radcliff, KY; JR; BUS 
Haro, John: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; CSI 
Harper, Joseph: Belleville, IL; JR: BUS 
Harper, Karen M.: Vienna, IL; SR; PED 
Harper, Scott: Bonnie, IL; FR; BUS 
Harrell, David Alan: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Harrison, Clara: Freeburg, IL; JR: CRJ 
Hart, Howard: O'Fallon, IL; FR; CSI 
Harter, David: Mascoutah, IL; SP; SPE 
Hartnagel, Maureen: Edwardsville, IL; ELE 
Haukapp, Brent R : Sunimerfield, IL; FR; GLA 
Hausmann, Susan L.: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 
Haver, Donnard E.: Belleville, IL; SR; GLA 
Hawkins, Michelle V.: E. St. Louis, IL; SR; SSC 
Haycox, Hansel Lee: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 
Hayden, Keith E.: Caseyville, IL; FR; BUS 
Hayes, Naomi: Kell, IL, JR; NSG 
Haynes, Harvey: Shipman, IL; SR; CED 
Heath, Charles E.: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Heaton, Angie S.: Belleville, IL; SO; ACC 
Hechenberger, Teresa A.: Belleville. IL; SR; ACC 
Hecker, Karen S.: Bethalto. IL; SO; BIO 
Heern, Terry: Centralia, IL; JR; HIS 
Heidel, Karyn G.: Red Bud, IL; SR; BUS 
Heinen. Roger: Belleville, IL; JR; MGT 
Hellmann, Michael: Belleville, IL; SR; ACC 
Hellman, Patrick R.: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 
Henley. Perry C; Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; BUS 
Herman. Jennifer F.: Granite City, IL; JR; ELE 
Hernton, David: Elizabethtown, KY; FR; BUS 
Herr, Margaret: Fairview Hts., IL; JR; BUS 
Herrick. Susan: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; ELE 
Hess, Daniel: Belleville. IL; FR; CSI 
Hickam, Tracy: Granite City, IL; SO; GLA 
Higgins, Jeff P.: Keyesport, IL; MTH 
Higgins, Lisa Marie: Keyesport, IL; SO; MKT 
Hilderbrand, Amy: Tilden, IL; FR; ART 
Hill, Bessie Lee: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 
Hill, Dale: Belleville, IL; SR; ACC 
Hill, James; Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Hill, John: Cahokia, IL; SO; ACC 
Hines, Marilyn: Fairview Hgts., IL; SR; NSG 
Hinman, Peggy L.: Sandoval, IL; JR; ACC 
Hite, Consuella L.: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Hobbs, Stephen: New Baden, IL; SO; BUS 
Hofeditz, Thelma: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Hoff, Ronald: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 
Hoffarth, Colette Jane: Belleville. IL; SR; NSG 
Hoffman. Donald: O'Fallon, IL; SP; SPE 
Holland, Jackie Lee: Fort Knox, KY; SR; BUS 
Holmberg II, M.D.: O'Fallon, IL; JR; HIS 
Holzinger, Connie: Highland, IL; SO; BUS 
Hoock, Laurie: Millstadt, IL; JR; ACC 
Hooper, Doris J.: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 
Hopcus, Edmund: Belleville, IL; JR: BUS 
Hornung, Jeffrey: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR: CSI 
Houloose, Leonard: Belleville, IL; SO; BUS 
House, Robert: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; NSG 
Howard, Douglas E.: Lousiville, KY; JR; BUS 
Howard, Emery: Scott A F.B., IL; SR; CSI 
Howell. Helen L.: Lebanon, IL; SR. ELE 
Howell, Mark William: Belleville, IL; JR: CED 
Hrdlicka, Michael: O'Fallon, IL; SP; NOD 
Hubbs, Mark: Millstadt, IL; GLA 
Huckleberry, Michael: Belleville, IL; SP; NOD 
Hudkins, Frances A.: Shepherdsville, KY; FR; BUS 
Hudkins. Wilson O.: Shepherdsville, KY; SO; BUS 
Hughes, Barbara A.: Belleville. IL; SR; NSG 

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Hunsinger, Karyn: Benton, IL; FR; BUS 

Hursey, John: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; CSI 

Husmann, Robert James: Breese, IL; SO; BIO 

Irizarry, Raymond: Fort Knox, KY; SR; BUS 

Ivanko, Joseph: Belleville. IL; SR; ACC 

Ives, Linda D.: New Baden. IL; SR; BUS 

Jackson, Felicia: E. St. Louis, IL; FR; BUS 

Jackson, Stacy: Ridge Farm, IL; FR; PED 

Jankowski, John J.: Lebanon, IL; SR; BUS 

Jansen, Marvin V.: Belleville, IL; SR; ACC 

Jansen, Mary: Aviston, IL; SR; ELE 

Jaramillo. Debra G : Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 

Jarrett, Clark: Belleville, IL; SP; NOD 

Jarvis, Charles: Smithton, IL; FR; GLA 

Jaworski, Linda: Belleville, IL; FR; BIO 

Jefferson, Peter A.: Belleville, IL; SR; NSG 

Jeffreys. Florence: Red Bud, IL; NSG 

Jemison. Howard L.: Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 

Jenson, Eric D.: Vine Grove, KY; FR; BUS 

John, Noel: Scott A.F.B., IL; SP; SPE 

Johnsen. Clayton: O'Fallon, IL; JR; BUS 

Johnson, Janice: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; ELE 

Johnson, Laura E.: Trenton, IL; JR: NSG 

Jondro, Ruth Ellen: Carlyle, IL; SR; NSG 

Jones, Clifford: Belleville, IL; SP; NOD 

Jones, Glenda A.: FR; BUS 

Jones, Gloria: Belleville, IL; JR: NSG 

Jones, Janice: O'Fallon, IL; FR; CSI 

Jones, Jeff R.: University City, MO; JR; ART 

Jones, Johnny D.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

Jones, Lisa: Trenton, IL; SR; MKT 

Jones, Marjorie: East St. Louis, IL; NSG 

Joyner Jr., Theodore: Radcliff, KY; FR; BUS 

Judd, Morries Gordon: Georgetown, IN; SR; BUS 

Juenger, Cynthia: O'Fallon, IL; FR; CSI 

Julius, Kristy: Belleville, IL; BUS 

Jun, Jayne: Collinsville, IL; SO; NSG 

Junker, Lori Lynn: Belleville, IL; SO; ELE 

Justice, Albert: Ft. Knox, KY; JR: BUS 

Kaltenbronn, Christopher: Hecker, IL; FR; CSI 

Kapilla, Mark: Edwardsville, IL; SP; SPE 

Kassebaum, Marchelle L.: Belleville, IL; SR; ELE 

Kassing, Doug: Freeburg, IL; FR; CSI 

Kasten, Daniel A : O'Fallon, IL; FR; PSI 

Kearns Jr., Thomas: Lebanon, IL; SR; NSG 

Keeler, John R.: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 

Keeley, Ann Marie: Belleville, IL; CSI 

Keeley, Timothy J.: Belleville, IL; SR; CRJ 

Kehrer, Sheila: New Baden, IL; FR; BIO 

Keller, Hiram: O'Fallon, IL; JR; CSI 

Keller, Patsy Anne: Belleville, IL; SR; NSG 

Kelling, Jill M.: E. Carondelet, IL; FR; GLA 

Kidd, Willie: E. St. Louis, IL; GLA 

Kimmons, Melvin: Louisville, KY; FR; BUS 

Kingston, Mary Louise: Waterloo, IL; SO; NSG 

Kingston, Roger: Rankin: IL; SO; GLA 

Kinney, Avon Gail: FR; BUS 

Kittel, John: Belleville, IL; SO; BUS 

Klein, Patricia A.: Mascoutah, IL; FR; BUS 

Klemp, Carolyn K.: Belleville, IL; SR; MKT 

Klingelhoefer, Barbara: Mascoutah, IL; SO; ACC 

Klinger, Mark A.: FR; BUS 

Kloke. Vivian: New Baden, IL; FR; GLA 

Knecht, Richard J.: Belleville, IL; JR; NSG 

Knecht, Sherrie L.: Belleville, IL; SR; NSG 

Knibb, Sandra Lee: Trenton, IL; SO; ACC 

Knott, Patricia A.: FR; BUS 

Koczo, Zoltan: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 

Koehler, Joseph: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; BUS 

Koeller, Kevin: Marissa, IL; FR; BIO 

Kohrman, Lisa: Lebanon, IL; FR; PSI 

Kornegay, Clyde: Belleville, IL; SR; CSI 

Korte, Daniel: Breese, IL; JR; GLA 

Korte, Tammy: Highland, IL; FR; ART 

Kramp, James: Danville, IL; FR; CSI 

Kramper, Lesley: St. Libory, IL; FR; GLA 

Kraus, Mark R.: New Albany, IN; JR; BUS 

Krueger, William: Salem, IL; SR; MKT 

Kueker, Barbara: Troy, IL; FR; BIO 

Kuykendall, Mont Anthony: New Baden, IL; FR; CSI 

Kwapis, Chris J.: Belleville, IL; FR; BUS 

Landers, Gregory: Stanton, IL; SR. BUS 

Landi, Janice E.: Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 

Lane, Janice R.: E. St. Louis, IL; SR; BUS 

Lange, Elizabeth A.: Belleville, IL; SO; PSY 

Lappe, Scott: Freeburg, IL; JR; MGT 

Lappe, Shelly: Freeburg, IL; FR; PSY 

Larson, Tamara Louise: Alton, IL; SR; NSG 

Laskowski, Darren M.: Belleville, IL; FR; HIS 

Latham, Roi: E. St. Louis, IL; FR; BUS 



Lattin, David: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 

Lauderdale, Alice Jane: Mounds, IL; JR; GLA 

Lautz, Jamie D.: Troy, IL; SO; PED 

Lay Jr., Morris David: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 

Le Pere, Michelle: Belleville, IL; SO; PSI 

Leach, Quintin: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; CSI 

Learned, Melissa L.: Benton, IL; SR; PED 

Leavell. Alvin: Charlestown, IN; FR; BUS 

Lebow, Jeffrey M.: Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 

Lee, Willett Leighton: Frankfort, KY; SR; BUS 

Lee, William E.: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 

Leeker, Doug T.: St. Louis, MO; FR; GLA 

Leemon, Jacquelyn L: Belleville, IL; JR: IDM 

Lehman, Imogene: Marissa, IL; FR; NSG 

Lehr, Lori: New Athens, IL; FR; PED 

Leiber, Jeffrey: Lebanon, IL; JR; MTH 

Lemons, Donna J.: Trenton, IL; SO; ACC 

Leonard, Rhonda: O'Fallon, IL; FR; BIO 

Leoni, Sue: Belleville. IL; FR; CSI 

Leopold, Perry: Troy, IL; BUS 

Lewis Jr., Wilbur: Elyria, OH; SR; PED 

Lewis, Karen Yvonne: Louisville, KY; JR. BL S 

Lewis, Paulette: Chicago, IL; FR; CSI 

Lindlow. Llovd: FR; BUS 

Lindsay, David: Lebanon, IL; SP; NOD 

Lindsav, Jean: Troy, IL; SO; PSI 

Lines, Henry: Greenwich, CT; SO; SPC 

Litsey, Ethan: Belleville, IL; FR; MTH 

Loehring, Claudia: Lebanon, IL; JR; ELE 

Looker, Peter Joseph: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 

Lothes, Frances M.: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; GLA 

Louie, Howard: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 

Lovett, Daniel: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; CSI 

Lowry, Lori: Benton, IL; JR; ENG 

Lucido, Mark: St. Louis, MO; SO; BUS 

Lugge. Janet: Belleville. IL; JR; SSC 

Lutz. Keith: Scott A.F.B., IL; SP; NOD 

Lut7, Lisa R.: Ft. Knox, KY; FR; BUS 

Lynch, Lisa: Oakdale, IL; SO; ACC 

Lynn, James: O'Fallon, IL; SR; CSI 

Lyon, Lisa G.: O'Fallon, IL; FR; BIO 

Mafia, Marcus: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; CSI 

Mahoney, Jerome C: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 

Malone, Carmen: E. St. Louis, IL; FR; ELE 

Manigault, Francis: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; BUS 

Manis. William Jeff: Upton, KY; JR; BUS 

Manlev. Derek: Fairmont City, IL; FR; CRJ 

Manning Jr., Ottis Ray: Ft. Knox, KY; FR; BUS 

Manning, Duane: Mascoutah, IL; JR; BUS 

Maples. Timothy: Ft. Knox, KY; SO; BUS 

Margherita, Thomas Edgar: Webster Groves, MO; FR; GLA 

Marin, John: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; NSG 

Maroney, Bettv Jo: Salem, IL, FR; ELE 

Marschel. Wayne: O'Fallon, IL; SR; BUS 

Marshall, Stuart A.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

Martin, Kenneth: Scott A.F.B., IL; GLA 

Martin, Scott H.: Belleville, IL; SR; ACC 

Martin, William R : Radcliff. KY; JR; BUS 

Martz, Jon Martin: Belleville. IL; SR; BUS 

Mason, Allan: Lebanon. IL; CSI 

Malhews. Douglas: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; CSI 

Maxfield. Connie: Granite City, IL; SO; MET 

May, Allen: Valmeyer, IL; SO; GLA 

Mav, George, C: Ft. Knox, KY; SO; BUS 

May, Jennifer: Nashville, IL; SP; SPE 

Mav, Ruth Ann: Nashville, IL; SP; SPE 

McCall, Julie Ann: Belleville, IL; SR; PSY 

McCaskill. Ronnie D : Edwardsville, IL; SR; PSI 

McCoy, Martin G.; Belleville, IL; SR; CRJ 

McCraw, La Donna: O'Fallon, IL; FR; CSI 

McDermott, Patrick: Cahokia, IL; SO; BUS 

McDonald Jr.. Albert L.: FR; BUS 

McFarland. Dave: Belleville, IL; FR: GLA 

McFarland, Kevin M.: Belleville, IL; FR; GLA 

McGill, Beth Ann: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

McGill. Shawn W.: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 

McGuire, Mark A.: FR; BUS 

McHenry, Jill: Centralia, IL; JR; ART 

Mcintosh. Elaine Hcnzell: Belleville. IL; SR; SOC 

Mclntyre. Steven: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; CSI 

McKcnzie. Djuna: Madison. IL; FR; BUS 

McKeown, Mark: Belleville. IL; SO; CSI 

McKinlev, Terri Lee: Coulterville, IL; SR; PSY 

McKmnev, Percy Lee: East St. Louis, IL; SR; CRJ 

McKnight Sr., John W.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

McLean, Laura Lee: New Douglas, IL; FR; PSI 

McNamara, Todd M.: O'Fallon, IL; SO; BIO 

McNeal, Teresa: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 

McNeill, Cynthia: Carterville, IL; JR; NSG 

McPherson. Michael: Fairview Hts., IL; FR; CRJ 



Meddows, David R.: Trenton, IL; SR; BUS 
Meeks, Donald: Fairfield, IL; JR; REL 
Meier, Pamela G.: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Menietti, Bonnie: Pocahontas, IL; SO; ELE 
Mercado-Cruz, Daniel: Fort Knox, KY; SR; BUS 
Merrell, John: Belleville, IL; JR; CSI 
Merz, David: Columbia, IL; SO; CSI 
Mettler, Paige: Highland, IL; FR; PSI 
Meyer, Deborah: Trenton, IL; JR; BUS 
Meyer, Jeanne: Highland, IL; SR; NSG 
Middleton, Patricia: East St. Louis, IL; JR; ELE 
Miesner, Dawn Raenel: Murphysboro, IL; SO; BIO 
Milanovits, Guy: O'Fallon, IL; SR; BUS 
Miles, Sarah: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; ELE 
Miller, Abby: Benton, KY; SO; GLA 
Miller, Kevin G.: Fort Knox, KY; SP; SPE 
Miller, Louis Dale: Jeffersonville, IN; SO; BUS 
Mills, Frances M.: Trenton, IL; JR; NSG 
Minis, Pearlie: E. St. Louis, IL; JR; ENG 
Mindock, Warren: Mascoutah, IL; SR; BUS 
Minor, Judith Ann: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; ENG 
Missey, Michael K.: Lebanon, IL; SR; CRJ 
Mitchell, James E.: FR; BUS 
Moeller, Ronald: O'Fallon, IL; SO; ITR 
Mog, David Lynn: Lebanon, IL; SO; CSI 
Molyneux, Clifford M; FR; BUS 
Monroe, Patricia: Smithton, IL; SO; BIO 
Monline, La Verne Louis: Cahokia. IL; SR; NSG 
Montoya, Shelley L.: Radcliff, KY; JR; BUS 
Moody, Marv Beth: Fairview Hgts, IL; FR; GLA 
Moore, Diane: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; CSI 
Moore, Julia I: Scott A.F.B.. IL; SR; ACC 
Moore, Mark: Lebanon, IL; SR; BUS 
Morah, Ngozi: Chicago, IL; PSI 
Mordhorst, David L.: Belleville, IL; SO; MKT 
Mordhorst, Mary: Belleville, IL; FR; BIO 
Morganstern, M. Kathryn: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 
Moss, Craig, L; Pocahontas, IL; JR; CRJ 
Motsinger, Michael: Harrisburg, IL; SO; BUS 
Mowbray, Wayne Lee: FR; BUS 
Mucia, David: O'Fallon, IL; FR; CSI 
Mudd, Suzanne: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 
Mueller, Larry: New Athens, IL; FR; CSI 
Mueller, Roger: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 
Mueth, Michael G.: Mascoutah, IL; SR; HIS 
Murphy, Linda Sue: Belleville, IL; SR; ELE 
Murphy, Mary Alice: Marion, IL; SR; NSG 
Murphy, Patricia Ann: Belleville, IL; SR; ACC 
Murphy, William: Chicago, IL; SO; ACC 
Murray, Patricia: O'Fallon, IL; JR; NSG 
Muskopf, Julie A.; Millstadt, IL; FR; ELE 
Mutz, Michael: E. Alton, IL; FR; BU'S 
Myers, John A: Belleville. IL; JR; BUS 
Myers, Michael: Livonia, MI; SO; SOC 
Myus, Walter John: Ft. Knox, KY; FR; BUS 
Napper, Rick A.: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 
Nave, Robert Victor: Lebanon, IL; SR; BUS 
Neff, Christina L.: Belleville, IL; FR; ACC 
Neff, Terrence L.: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 
Nelson, Jimmy D.: O'Fallon, IL; FR; CSI 
Nelson, Rosan: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; CSI 
Netemeyer, Daniel: New Baden, IL; FR; BUS 
Newcomb, Rebecca E.: Lebanon, IL; FR; SPE 
Newcomb, Samantha: Lebanon, IL; FR; GLA 
Nicholson, Gerald: Lebanon, IL; SP; NOD 
Nicholson, Marion J.: Lebanon, IL; FR; SOC 
Niermann, Jennifer: Hoyleton, IL; JR; ELE 
Ninnis, Sherri: Belleville, IL; SO; BIO 
Nintz. Debra: Dorchester, IL; FR; MET 
Nix, Soon Suck: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 
Noblin, Jeffrey: O'Fallon, IL; FR; CSI 
Norris, Cindy: Murphysboro, IL; FR; GLA 
Norris, Lilly: Fairview HGTS., IL; SP; NOD 
Norton, Cathy: Sparta, IL; SP; NOD 
Nunez, Kimberly Jo: Fairview Hgts., IL; FR; BUS 
Nuusila, Semisi: Fort Knox, KY; SO; Bus 
Nuzzo, Nadine Ann: Palatine, IL; SR; BIO 
Odum, Kathleen Stalions: Carterville, IL; JR; NSG 
Ogden, Ginger Lee: Lebanon, IL; SR; BIO 
Ogle, Thomas: Belleville, IL; JR; CSI 
Ogle, Thomas E.: Scott A.F.B.. IL; SO; CSI 
Oglesby, Gerald Lee: Louistille, KY; SR; BUS 
Ohl, Mark: Mascoutah, IL; FR; CSI 
Ontengco, Gregory: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 
Orange, David: Louisville, KY; FR; BUS 
Ord, Robert: St. Jacob, IL; SO; REL 
Origliosso, Chris M.: Caseyville, IL; FR; BUS 
Otten. Maria: Evansville, IL; SR; ACC 
Owen, Elizabeth L.: Lebanon, IL; FR; ENG 
Owens, Jr., Artis L.: Fort Knox, KY; FR; BUS 



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Ozier, Debbie: Maroa, IL; FR; ART 

O'Dell, Bruce Edward: Radcliff, KY; JR; BUS 

Padgett, Susan E.: FR; BUS 

Pagliuca. Margaret: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; BIO 

Pagliuca. Michael: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; CSI 

Paine, David W.: FR; BUS 

Parker. Donald: Belleville, IL; JR; BIO 

Parker, Linda: Belleville, IL; SO; CSI 

Parkin, Jr., William R.: Chatham Twnshp, NJ; SR; BUS 

Parris, Nanette: Chicago, IL; HIS 

Parvand, Averi: Fairfield. IL; SO; CED 

Patton, James A.: FR; BUS 

Patton, Janet: Oakdale, IL; SO; BUS 

Paul. Patty: Belleville. IL; JR; IDM 

Paulsen, Mark Allen: Elizabethtown, KY; SR; BUS 

Payne. Gregory: Scott A.F.B.. IL; FR; CSI 

Pepin, Stephen: Kankakee, IL; SR; CSI 

Peterson. Lvnn: Belleville, IL; CRJ 

Pfeffer, Francis P.: New Baden, IL; JR; BUS 

Phillips, Audrey: E. St. Louis, IL; FR; NSG 

Phillips, Richard N.: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 

Pighini, John: Troy, IL; SP; NOD 

Pirnat, Steven: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; BUS 

Piskos, Mark: Belleville. IL; JR; BUS 

Pittenger, Michael R.: Lebanon, IL; SR; BIO 

Plant, Ralph: Fairview Hgts., IL; CSI 

Plunkett, Michael E.: Fort Knox. KY; JR; BUS 

Poole, Lorraine, L.: Belleville. IL; SR; ELE 

Pooler, Erline Ann: Old Town, ME; SR; NSG 

Potthast, Kathleen H.: Collinsville, IL; SR; PED 

Powell, Linda D.E.: Radcliff, KY; JR; BUS 

Powers. Connie: Marissa, IL; SO; BUS 

Powers. Robert G.: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 

Poyner. John William: Elizabethtown. KY; FR; BUS 

Pracher. Lvdia: Belleville. IL; SR; NSG 

Preston. Michael A.: Ft. Knox. KY; FR; BUS 

Price. Edward St. Clair: Ft. Knox. KY; JR; BUS 

Price. Thomas Dean: New Baden. IL; JR: BIO 

Prickett. David: Belleville. IL: FR; BUS 

Provines. Cathy Ann: Bone Gap, IL; SO; ART 

Przvgoda, Bernadette Ann: Dubois. IL; SR; BUS 

Pulaski. Cynthia: E. Alton. IL; FR; NSG 

Pullin. Debora: Edwardsville. IL: SO; ART 

Quirin. Paul: Freeburg, IL; SO; ACC 

Rademacher, Joseph Gerard: OTallon. IL; SR; MKT 

Rakers, Diane: Trenton, IL; SO; CSI 

Randall, Erwin: Belleville. IL; SR; BUS 

Randlett, Dana E.: Ft. Knox, KY; SO; BUS 

Ratliff, Heidi: Belleville. IL; JR; ELE 

Rawlings, Margaret A.: Belleville, IL; SO; BUS 

Rawnslev. Regina Gail: Belleville, IL; SO; CSI 

Rea, Cathy: Alton, IL; FR; ACC 

Recker, Rachel Lvnn: Freeburg, IL: SR; BUS 

Reed, Bruce: Erie. IL; SO; REL 

Reedy, Roger D.: Mascoutah, IL; SR; BUS 

Recensberger. Jane Lois: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 

Reime, Mark Joseph: Belleville, IL; SO; BSI 

Reinkensmever. Susan: Hovleton, IL; JR; NSG 

Reisinc, Dearvle: Edwardsville, IL; SO; BUS 

Rennegarbe, Gregory: Addieville. IL; SO; BUS 

Rettle, Laurel: Belleville, IL; SO; PSY 

Reutershan, Leesa: Lorton. VA; SR; PSY 

Revels. John C: Radcliff. KY; SR; BUS 

Rhodes, Lisa: Venice. IL: FR; GLA 

Rhone. Judith: Lebanon. IL; JR; CED 

Rice. Paul William: New Albany, IN; SO; BUS 

Richard. Carol: Belleville. IL; SP; NOD 

Richard, Joan M.: Belleville, IL; JR; ACC 

Richardson, Jr., Claud R.: Elizabethtown, KY; SR; BUS 

Richy. William Bradley: Louisville. KY; SR; BUS 

Rickert. Marv: Belleville, IL; SO; ELE 

Riddell. James Leonard: Valley Station. KY; SR; BUS 

Riddle. Carl A.: FR; BUS 

Riddle. Kenneth: Belleville, IL; SR; CRJ 

Riggins. Janice: Washington Park, IL; MET 

Robinson. Laura B.: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 

Robinson, Thomas Oscar: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

Rodawald, Jeannine: Trenton, IL; JR: BUS 

Rogers. Gary: Fairview Hgts., IL; SR; CSI 

Rogers. Jo Allison: Trenton. IL; FR; GLA 

Rogers. Lurena: Lovejov, IL: JR; BUS 

Rohe. Helena: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; ELE 

Rohe, Irvm: Scott A.F.B.. IL; SR; CSI 

Rosemond, Gerald C: Ft. Knox, KY; SO; BUS 

Roshto, John F.. Fort Knox, KY; SR; BUS 

Rothwcll, Mark: Tilden, IL: SR; PSY 

Rowe, Shanna Krummerich: Belleville. IL; JR; NSG 

Rovlance, Kathleen K: Belleville. IL; SR; ELE 

Rule. Patricia: Belleville. IL: SR; MTH 

Rummenie, Bruce: Pittsfield. IL; SR; ENG 

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Russell. Bruce Phillip: Fort Knox. KY; JR; BUS 

Russell, Harold B.: FR; BUS 

Rustvang, Pamela: O'Fallon. IL; SR; NSG 

Ruvio. Frank J.: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 

Sabo, Carolyn: Waterloo, IL; SO; NSG 

Sahrhage, Barbara: Baldwin, IL; JR; NSG 

Sakosko. Everett: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 

Sakosko, Joan: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 

Sallman, Dorothy: Red Bud. IL; JR; NSG 

Sanders, Debbie: Rovalton, IL; FR; GLA 

Sanders, Keith Alan: Chatsworth, IL; SR; PED 

Sanders, Melvin J.: N. Las Vegas. NV; PSY 

Santel. Kathy Marie: Germantown. IL; JR; NSG 

Saraceno. James: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 

Saunders. Donna: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; BUS 

Saunders. Kimberlv: Belleville. IL; FR; GLA 

Scalf. Steven S.: Jeffersonville. IN; FR; BUS 

Scarafile. Joseph R.: Radcliff. KY; SO; BUS 

Schadegg, Trisha: Breese. IL; FR; ELE 

Scharringhausen, Keith: Fairview Hts., IL; SO; MGT 

Schemenaur, Roger: Scott A.F.B.. IL; FR; CSI 

Schifferdecker. Eric: Perry, IL; FR; PED 

Schilling, Donna: Waterloo, IL; SO; NSG 

Schmidt, Kathleen: Evansville, IL; SO; NSG 

Schmidt, Kim: Eldred, IL; NSG 

Schmidt. Patricia: Belleville, IL; JR; PSY 

Schmittling, Marsha: Belleville, IL; JR; ACC 

Schmiz. Debbie: Belleville, IL; SO; ACC 

Schneider, Gina: Bethalto. IL; FR; GLA 

Schomaker, Monica Ann: New Baden, IL; SR; ACC 

Schroeder. Diane: Jerseyville, IL; FR; MTH 

Schroyer, Christopher: Fairview Hts., IL; FR; BUS 

Schrover, Gregory A.: Fairview Hgts.. IL; SO; BIO 

Schulte. R. Clark: Bellville. IL; SO; BUS 

Schultz. John: Mascoutah, IL; SO; BUS 

Schultz, John Joseph: Jerseyville. IL; SO; BUS 

Schultz, Lloyd C: FR; BUS 

Schumaker, Jennifer: Cahokia. IL; SO; MTH 

Schwemmer. Barbara: Belleville, IL; SR; PSY 

Schwoebel, Mike: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 

Scott, Robert Wilson: O'Fallon, IL; SR; NSG 

Scoursi, Margaret: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 

Searcy, Samuel H. Jr.: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR: BUS 

Seiberlich Jr., Paul J.: Highland. IL; SO; BUS 

Seiberlich, Lori Ann: Highland, IL; FR; GLA 

Seiberlich, Vicki: Highland, IL; SR; ART 

Semaszczuk. Slawko: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; BUS 

Serbeniuk, Lena: New Baden, IL; SR; BUS 

Shaughnessy, Brian M.: Louisville, KY; FR; BUS 

Shaver, Kim Rose: Ft. Knox. KY; FR; BUS 

Shear, Kevin Lee: Gilman, IL; FR; REL 

Shepard, Diane: O'Fallon, IL; JR; CSI 

Shepherd, Marv: Belleville, IL; SR; BUS 

Sherwood. Gerald B.: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 

Shirley, Renee M.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

Shofner, Darlene R.: Louisville. KY; FR; BUS 

Shoot, Barbara K.: Highland. IL; FR; PSI 

Short, Neil C: East Alton, IL; SO; CRJ 

Shott. Steven E.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

Shreve, Carl Lee: Benld, IL; FR; PED 

Sieron, Jane Elizabeth, Belleville, IL; SO; NSG 

Silger, Phyllis Harre: Centralia, IL; SR; ACC 

Simmons, Roxanna Joyce: O'Fallon, IL; SR; NSG 

Simmons, Scott: Scott A.F.B., IL; SR; CSI 

Singler, Timothy: Troy, IL; FR; PED 

Sirtak, Christopher Alan: Cahokia, IL; SR; SPC 

Sisco, Kenton: Highland, IL; JR; BUS 

Sittner, Barbara Jo: O'Fallon, IL; SR; AED 

Sitzes, Carolyn Ruth: O'Fallon, IL; SR; NSG 

Sizemore, Charlesetta L.: Elizabethtown, KY; SR; BUS 

Skwara, Mary Ann: Muldraugh, KY; FR; BUS 

Slagle, Marie: Belleville. IL; JR; ELE 

Smith, Benjamin J.: Millstadt. IL; JR; BIO 

Smith. Christine: Anchor, IL; SO; PED 

Smith, Frankie G.: Troy, IL; SR; NSG 

Smith. Gary Lee: Radcliff. KY; JR; BUS 

Smith. John F.: Radcliff. KY; SO; BUS 

Smith, Joseph L.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

Smith, Karen Louise: Scott A.F.B., IL; SO; GLA 

Smith, Kimberly: Wood River. IL; SR; NSG 

Smith, Leslie G.: Mascoutah. IL; FR; ACC 

Smith, Mark Allen: Odin. IL; SR; MGT 

Smith, Patricia: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; NSG 

Smith, Raymond: Marissa, IL; FR; CSI 

Smith, Robin: O'Fallon. IL; SR; CSI 

Smith, Tracy: Edwardsville, IL; CSI 

Sodini. Jay: Plain Well. MI; SR; CRJ 

Sotiropoulos, Richard A.: Belleville, IL; JR; BUS 

Sparrow, Curtis: Scott A.F.B.. IL; SO; CSI 

Spaunhorst, Cindy: Scott A.F.B., IL; FR; CSI 



Spickard. Dan: Belleville, IL; SO; ACC 
Sprinkle. Bonita k.: OTallon. IL; SR; NSG 
Spurlin, Dennis: OTallon. IL; SR; BUS 
St. Clair, Theodore: O'Fallon. IL; SO; CSI 
Stafford, Jr., Willard H.: Radcliff. KY; SR; BUS 
Stafford, Katherine M.: Fort Knox, KY; FR; BUS 
Stamps, Patricia: Centreville, IL; FR; CSI 
Stanberrv. Timothy: East Carondolet, IL; SO; CRJ 
Stanfield, Kenneth W.: Brandenburg, KY; SR; BUS 
Stanger. Guv: Elizabethtown. KY; FR; BUS 
Stanley, William David: FR; BUS 
Starkey, Maria: O'Fallon. IL; JR; NSG 
Stash, Diane: Lebanon, IL; SR; NSG 
Staudenmaier, Anthony: O'Fallon. IL; JR; BUS 
Staudenmaier, Roberc'O'Fallon, IL; SO; BUS 
Steenbergen, Robert T.: Radcliff. KY; JR; BUS 
Stewart, Leslie James: Mascoutah, IL; FR; ACC 
Stewart, Timothv C: Pinckneyville, IL; SR; BUS 
Stine, Carolvn N.: Alton, IL; SR; NSG 
Stine, Michael Dean: Oakdale, IL; FR; PED 
Stover, Craig Neal: FR; BUS 
Stover, Dolores: Belleville, IL; SR; NSG 
Streeper, Robert: Wood River, IL; SO; GLA 
Street, James W : Vinegrove. KY; FR. BUS 
Strnad. Michael A.: Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 
Struebig, Deborah: Staunton. IL; FR; ELE 
Struense, Laura: Belleville, IL; SO; ACC 
Struense, Linda: Belleville. IL; SO; BUS 
Stumpe, Richard: Danen, IL; SO; BUS 
Suare7, Therese: Fairmont City. IL; FR; GLA 
Summerall. Mary Louise: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 
Summers, Jo Ann: Bossier City, LA; SR; ELE 
Surber. Barry: Belleville, IL; FR; CSI 
Sutherlin, Nancy: Olney, IL; SR; ELE 
Sutton. Paula: Nashville, IL; SO; BIO 
Swaims, Janine ORF: Lonedell, MO: FR; BUS 
Swanson, Scott: Belleville. IL: JR; BUS 
Swienton. Raymond: Marissa. IL; JR; BIO 
Swift, Mary A.: Ml. Washington. KY; JR; BUS 
Tabor. Denise: Highland. IL; FR; PSY 
Tackett. Kathv M.: Carterville. IL; JR; NSG 
Tang. Johnnj S.: FR; BUS 
Tarleton. Jacqueline: Lebanon, IL; JR; PSY 
Taylor, Angela D : Louisville, KY: SR; BUS 
Taylor, Joseph Daniel: FR; BUS 
Taylor, Lowell; Charlestown, IN; SR; BUS 
Tavlor. Marlinda: Medora, IL; JR; NSG 
Tavlor, Odessa: Lebanon, IL; FR; BUS 
Tavlor, Ronald K.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 
Tennial, Maurice: Belleville, IL; SP; NOD 
Terveer. Sherry: Belleville. IL: SR; ACC 
Thomas, Beckv: Lebanon, IL; SR; CSI 
Thomas. Carol: Lenzburg, IL; SP; NOD 
Thomas. Fa\e C: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Thomas. James: Lombard. IL; FR; BUS 
Thomas, Jeff J.: Belleville, IL; FR: ACC 
Thomas, Jerry S.: Belleville. IL; ACC 
Thomas. Marguerite P.: Brandenburg, KY; FR; BUS 
Thomas. Rickey D.: Fort Knox, KY; SO; BUS 
Thomas. Susan: Belleville. IL; SO; MET 
Thompson. Craig Richard: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 
Tiernon. Timothv: Ft. Wavne, IN; SR; BUS 
Tigges. Michael Bruce: Radcliff, KY; SR; BUS 
Tinal, Ronald R.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 
Tockstein. Michael E.: Belleville, IL; JR; CSI 
Todaro, Audrey R.: Granite City, IL; JR; NSG 
Todd. Brvan Hugh; FR; BUS 
Toennies, Mark: Waterloo, IL, FR; GLA 
Tompkins, Robert W.: Fort Knox, KY; JR; BUS 
Touchette. Keith: Freeburg, IL; FR; BUS 
Tourville, Patricia: Collinsville, IL; SO; PSY 
Townsend. William Lee: Vine Grove. KY; SR; BUS 
Towson, James: Belleville, IL; SR; CSI 
Tramble, John: Belleville, IL: SP: NOD 
Trammel, Jefferv: Salem, IL; SO; SPC 
Tranbarger. Phillip: Belleville. IL; SR; CSI 
Travis. Nancy: Staunton. IL; FR; GLA 
Trebilcock. Jacqueline: Casevville. IL; SO; ACC 
Tucker. Julie: East St. Louis, IL; JR; CRJ 
Tucker, Lynn: Valmever. IL; FR; BIO 
Tuitelle. Liuato AFA: Fort Knox, KY; SR; BUS 
Tupper. Carleton R.: FR; BUS 
Uhey. Myles R.: FR; BUS 

Ulrich, Kathleen Sizemore: Mascoutah. IL; SR; BUS 
Underwood, John: Jerseyville, IL; SR; REL 
Unruh. Jack V.: Belleville, IL; JR; BIO 
Urban, Marsha: Fairview Hgts., IL; JR; BUS 



Vandekerkhove, Sonva: Benton, IL; FR; GLA 

Vatole, Lee: Elsah, IL; JR; NSG 

Vmc\ard. James: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; CSI 

Virnll. William M.; Radcliff, KY; SO; BUS 

Voegele. Cvnthia. L.: Highland, IL; SR; BUS 

Voepel, Linda: Aviston. IL; FR; PSY 

Von Dcr Heide. Keith: Freeburg. IL; SO; CSI 

Von Eeckihoute, Michael E : Big Springs, KY; FR; BUS 

Von Schlieder, Lvnn: O'Fallon. IL; SR; NSG 

Wagner. Charles Richard: Belleville. IL; FR; GLA 

Wagner, Donald: Marissa, IL; SR; HIS 

Wagner, Nancy: Marissa, IL; JR; ELE 

Wahlig, George John: New Athens. IL; FR; GLA 

Walker. Tammv: East St. Louis. IL: JR; ELE 

Wallace. Donald L : Louisville. KY; SR: BUS 

Wallace. Gregorv L.: Bunker Hill. IL; SR; PED 

Wallace. Raymond: Louisville. KY; SR; BUS 

Walsh. Marv C: Redlands, CA; SR; MGT 

Walters. Leslie Marie: Lebanon. IL; SR; BUS 

Ward, Carl: Scott A.F.B., IL; BUS 

Wargo. Tracv: Benld, IL; FR; PED 

Waters, Gerald L.: New Baden, IL; SP; NOD 

Weatherlv, William: Scott A.F.B., IL; JR; CSI 

Weidemann, Nancv; Belleville, IL; JR; NSG 

Weilbacher. Barbara A.: Columbia. IL; JR; ACC 

Wells. Johnna Marlene: Raleigh, IL: SR: PED 

Welsch, Janis: Pinckneyville. IL; JR; PED 

Wessel, Heidi E.: Millstadt. IL; FR; BUS 

Wesselmann, Barrv: Mascoutah, IL: SO; BUS 

West, Ramona: Belleville, IL; GLA 

Wheeler, Joseph: Lebanon. IL; FR; CSI 

Whitaker, Joseph M: FR; BUS 

White. Charles: Radcliff. KY; SO; BUS 

White, Nancv: Highland, IL; SR; NSG 

Whitehouse Jr., Frank M.: Middletown. KY; FR; BUS 

Whitehouse, William: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 

Whitlev, Kenneth: Radcliff, KY; FR; BUS 

Whittall. Cvnthia Y.: Dahlgren. IL; REL 

Wiegers, Eric G.: Belleville, IL; FR; ACC 

Wigant. Christv: Hillsdale. IL; JR; ACC 

Wiggs. Steve: O'Fallon, IL; FR; BUS 

Wilhelm. Kimberlv A.: Mascoutah. IL: JR; ELE 

Wilkerson. Garv N Radcliff. KY; SO; BUS 

Wilkins. Jeff: Hoffman Estates, IL: FR; BIO 

Williams, Bernice: O'Fallon, IL; SR; NSG 

Williams, Donald A.: FR; BUS 

Williams. Jennifer: Decatur, IL; FR; ACC 

Williams, Mary L.: Louisville, KY; SO; BUS 

Williams, Robert M.: Ft. Knox, KY; FR; BUS 

Williams, Sandra E.: Vine Grove, KY; SR; BUS 

Williams, Sheiia: E. St. Louis, IL; FR; BIO 

Williams, Shirley A.: FR; BUS 

Wilshire. Pamela: Scott A.F.B.. IL; SP; NOD 

Wilson, Emily: Belleville. IL; GLA 

Wilson, Lisa A.: Belleville, IL; JR; ENG 

Wilson, Melodv: O'Fallon. IL; JR; NSG 

Wilson. Ramonda: Salem, IL; SP; NOD 

Wilson, Robert: O'Fallon, IL; SR; CSI 

Wilson, Wendy: E. St. Louis, IL; FR; BUS 

Winters, Lisa: Glen Carbon, IL; SO; NSG 

Witt, Donna Lee: O'Fallon. IL; FR; CSI 

Witt, La Vona: Belleville, IL; SO; BUS 

Wittenauer, Josephine: Waterloo, IL; SR; BUS 

Wombacher, Melissa: Mascoutah, IL; FR; PED 

Wood, Sheila: Cahokia, IL; SR; NSG 

Woodiest, Veronica: E. St. Louis, IL; FR; CSI 

Woods, Pamela Sue; Brighton. IL; JR; NSG 

Woods. Rodney: Collinsville, IL; SO; CHE 

Woodul, David: Longview, TX; SR; REL 

Woodv. Billv J.: Belleville. IL; JR; CSI 

Woosley, Charles Bryan: Lebanon, IL; JR. PSI 

Wooslev, Stephen J.: Lebanon. IL; FR; CRJ 

Worth, Jan N.: Louisville, KY; SR; BUS 

Wright Jr.. Donald E.: Vallev Station, KY; JR; BUS 

Wright, Louis O.: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 

Wuehler, Wanda: Granite City, IL; JR; NSG 

Wuertz, Brian: Valmever, IL; SO; ACC 

Wunderlich, Albert: Belleville, IL; JR; CSI 

Yallalv. Peter: St. Louis, MO; SO; BIO 

York, Edward M.: Louisville, KY; JR; BUS 

Young, Daniel: Scott A.F.B., IL; NOD 

Zehnder, William: Mascoutah. IL; SP; NOD 

Zielke. Diane: Hoffman Estates, IL; FR; ACC 

Zillen. Patrick: Collinsville. IL; SR; ACC 

Zink. Robin: Highland. IL; SO; CSI 

Zitta. Christopher: E. St. Louis, IL; FR; MTH 

Zumbaum. Katherine M.: Bethalto, IL; SR; NSG 



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Although the planning and production did not go as well as hoped for the 
1983-"84 McKendrean, last minute work and determination helped to make 
this year's book possible. 

I would like to Thank the following people for their assistance in this 
publication of the McKendrean: 

Will Mulvaney — McKendrean Advisor 

Ed Donnelly — Herff Jones Representative 

Rob Ariosto 

The St. Louis Globe Democrat 

The Mckendree Review 

Todd Turner and Public Relations 

Denise Tabor 

Chuck Brueggemann 

Linda Blumhorst 

Jill Weil 

Lori Seiberlich 

Lisa Crumley 

I apologize to those groups or individuals who were unintentionally omitted 
from this year's book. 

VICKI L. SEIBERLICH 
1983-'84 McKendrean Editor 



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