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McKENDREAN 

McKENDREE COLLEGE 

1987 vol. 73 



Cover Design by 
Theresa Eschman 




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McKendree volunteers help the incoming students check in during NSO. 




NSO 



Last fall, lower campus 
bustled with the activities of 
NSO or New Student Orien- 
tation. Student Affairs and 
Admissions combined to 
provide new students with 
an opportunity to meet oth- 
er students and get ac- 
quainted with McKendree. 
A team of McKendree up- 
per-classmen was chosen to 
plan activities and to help 
and guide the new students 
through their first week. This 
year's motto was "Together 
As One". 



Many games were played to help everyone to get acquaint- 
ed. 



After reaching McKendree at the beginning of the semester, the first 
priority is to unload the car. 




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A Security officer, Stacia Swisher, helps direct traffic behind 
Baker Hall. 



STUDENT LIFE 



The camera got many different 
looks. Some people even posed 
when the camera appeared. 

Paul Wesselman poses with Bogie Bearcat during the Home- 
coming festivities. 




Trevor Gutherie and Steve Wright have different ideas 
about getting their picture taken. 



Brent Dudeck 




Homecoming 

Homecoming 1986 festivities were held the 
week of October 13-18 in beautiful weather. Ac- 
tivities during the week included entertainer Mi- 
chael John performing in Ames Hall, a caricature 
artist named Goot, an unusual Brown Bag featur- 
ing LaRouche candidates Mark Fairchild and Ja- 
nice Hart. On Thursday and Friday, the Riverside 
Theater performed the play "Clarence Dorrow" in 
Eisenmeyer Auditorium. The week concluded with 
Homecoming Day on Saturday. That morning the 
parade was held, led by Parade Marshal Phil Rodri- 
guez. That afternoon, the Bearcat soccer team 
defeated Rockhurst 2-1. 



H Cheerleaders Sherrie Mor- 

™ gan, Jacki Bugg, and Carol 

I Friedland enjoy their ride 

along the parade route. 



The Homecoming court and their es- 
corts were introduced during halt- 
time ot the soccer game. 

The Ainad Temple Shriners entertoin 
the crowd as they do every year. 





The week of Homecom- 
ing ended Saturday even- 
ing with they traditional 
dance. 1985's retiring 
Queen, Sonnie Botwinski, 
crowned Jill Kelling as the 
Queen of 1986. The 
theme for the dance was 
"That Was Then . . . This Is 
Now," and was held at the 
Collinsville Hilton Hotel. 




The 1986 Homecoming Court and their escorts: left to right; Freshman attendant — Sandra Garmon, 
Junior attendant — Ellen Conner, Senior Queen Candidate — Angle Bean, Retiring Queen — Sonnie 
Botwinski, Queen — Jill Kelling, Senior Queen Candidates — JoAnn Diehl, Michelle Borr, Junior atten- 
dant — Patti Manion, and Sophomore attendant — Robin Moloney. 

The Homecoming Queen 
and her court open the 
first dance 




Retiring Queen Sonnie 
Botwinski and the 1986 
Queen Candidates in the Pa- 
rade. Left to right; Angle 
Bean, 1985 Queen Sonnie 
Botwinski, and JoAnn Diehl. 



When the sun comes 
out, students head out 
side for a break from 
classes. 







GREEKS 

& 

ORGANIZATIONS 




ALPHA OMEGA 



Alpha Omega was founded on No- 
vember 23, 1 954, and re-chartered in 
November of 1970. This year, AO 
was involved with the "Meals on 
Wheels" for the city of Lebanon. On 
campus, they built a homecoming 
float and were active in the "Muck U 
Challenge". In the future, AO hopes 
to continue to promote sisterhood, 
friendship, and service. 




Row 1, left to right; Jill Kelling, Michelle Borr, Carol OhI, Brendo Kelling. Row 2; 
Annette Bochantin, Donette Wheatley — Treasurer, Jill Weil — Advisor, Lisa Da- 
meron — Secretary. Row 3; Carol Roscow, Ellen Conner — Pledge Mistress, Tracy 
Rouch, Teresa Dunn, Julie Cratch, Mary Ann Fahey. Row 4; Angle Bean — Vice- 
President, Jennifer Williams — Director of Alumni Relations, Linda Jaworski, Christy 
Elve — President- 




Row 1 , left to right; Laune Kolar, Shah Hasentab, Laura Le Sar, Jane Conley. Row 
2; Jane Renner, Carlo Maxwell, Gayno Turnipseed, Becky Zimmerman. Row 3; 
April Faulk, Sue Gilmer, Elizabeth Douglas, Kelly Thuenemann, Lynn Mallrich, 
Lori Wright. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 





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Row 1 , left to right; Cindy Folly, Cothy Croig, Debbie Muskopf . Row 2, Ginger Cox, Carlo 
Hommersley, Rob Staudenmaier, Kevin Koeller. Missing; Tracy Worgo, 



Alpha Phi Omega has been in existence on the McKendree College campus since 1972. APO is the only 
national fraternity on campus and has an emphasis on both service and social activities. The fraternity enjoys 
being able to serve both the campus and the community. Each year Alpha Phi Omega sponsors a blood drive as 
well as a number of social activities, both of which are designed to invite interest in the fraternity. 




Geek Alphabet" 



iarybeth Horres, Tina Ferrario, Jeff Compbell — Pledge Master, Yvonne Spegol, Bob Luetkenhous. 



DELTA PHI SIGMA 



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Delta Phi Sigma was 
founded in 1966 to fill what 
its charter members felt was 
a social gap on McKen- 
dree's campus. Adelphi 
strives to promote an in- 
volvement in social activities 
and unity throughout the 
campus and the local com- 
munity. While the society 
isn't a service organization, 
it does assist the college in 
striving to round out the so- 
cial life of the students. 



EPSILON GAMMA 
(GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA) 




Row 1, left to right: Carol Friedland, Jacki Bugg, Brenda Sandhindrich. Row 2; 
Yong-Jing Zhao, Kim Miller, Becca Ferguson, Patti Ott, Mary Kelemetc. Row 3: 
Jody Maroney, Debbie Krause, Shauna Souders, Debbie Mantos, Julie Purcell, 
Therese Suorez. Row 4: Lisa Borrenpohl, Linda Carriker, Deb Avery, Ram Goes- 
tenkors, and Sharon Bodi. 




Gamma Sigma Sigma is a chapter 
of the national service sorority of Ep- 
silon Gamma. Sigma's purpose is to 
promote sisterhood, scholarship, ser- 
vice and social advancement of 
McKendree College. Sigma's advi- 
sors are Mrs. Phyllis TenBrink, Mrs. 
MaryAnn Pettit, and Mrs. Lynn 
Jones. The three ideals of Gamma 
Sigma Sigma are friendship, service, 
and equality. 



KAPPA LAMBDA IOTA 




The Clionian Literary Soci- 
ety, or "Clio" as it is known, 
is a women's society open 
by invitation to any woman 
who has a 2.00 or better cu- 
mulative G.P.A. Clio was 
founded in 1 869 as the first 
society for women on 
McKendree's campus. 
McKendree has developed 
and grown through the 
years, and Clio with it; the 
Clionians have strived for 
learning, as well as college 
and self-betterment through 
the literary service and social 
endeavors of its members. 
The women of Clio believe in 
friendship, sisterhood, and 
loyalty. 



Row 1 , left fo right: Jacki Gili, Cathy Rea — President, Sister Rowe — Advisor, Donna 
Snyder — Vice-President. Row 2; Yang Yi, Theresa Kentch — Secretary/Treasurer, 
Lisa White — Pledge Mistress, and Paula Sutton. 




New members: Judy Johnson and Joy Chua. 




PHI LAMBDA SIGMA 




Row 1, left to right: Dove LeSar, Perry Harms, Ken Taylor, Scott Lampnch. Row 2: Trevor Guthrie, Jim 
Wright, Chris Sable, Keven Decker, Ken Crist, Greg Frederick, Dan Moore, Wayne Sinnock, Shawn 
Holmes. 




Dave LeSar, Perry Harms, Ken Taylor — President, and Scott Lampnch, 




The Philosophian Literary Soci- 
ety, founded in 1837, has the dis- 
tinction of being the oldest literary 
society west of the Alleghenies 
and the third oldest in the nation. 
The organization was founded to 
promote literary advancement 
and poise among students. 

Membership in the organization 
is open to all male students who 
meet and maintain the academic 
requirements of the College and 
are returning or transfer students. 
Philo celebrated their 150th anni- 
versary this year. Philo has an ac- 
tive social program including the 
Philo Formal. 



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PHI 



Row 1 , left to right: Matt Graham. 
Row 2: Matt MacLoughlin. Row 3: 
Brian Thouvenout. Row 4: Sean 
Hayes. Row 5; Mil<e Kirpatricl<, 
Chris Bee, Brent Dudeck, John Bat- 
son, Dave McFarland. Row 6: Keith 
Ward. Row 7: Larry Mueller. Row 8: 
Jim Sloan. Row 9: Doug Kassing, 
Mike Engel, Nick Adams, Jeff 
Thornton, Dimitri Joe, Ken Coplen. 




Phi Rho Chi, (Ferox) was found- 
ed in 1963 by Leon Cammon and 
Don Scarpa to expand the social 
and intellectual environment of 
McKendree College. Ferox's ac- 
tivities this year consisted of in- 
volvement in the Homecoming pa- 
rade, campus social functions for 
commuters and residents, and the 
Help-Your-Neighbor program in 
Lebanon. Their slogan is; Ferox: 
Where heroes are made and suc- 
cess is a tradition. 



RHO 






Front Row, left to right; Dave McFarland, Brent Du- 
deck; Back Row; Ken Coplen, Chris Bee, John Bat- 
son, and Larry Mueller. 



CHI 



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Row 1 , left to right: Darren Hopp, Fred Scholl, 
Jeff Junker, Randy Blakely, Dave Merz. Row 
2: Mark Rerveer, Darren Wilkinson, Dan 
Schaller, Mark Parker, Dan Netemeyer, Chris 
Bockier, and John Wunderlich, Not Pictured 
are the Pledges: Mike Frey, Brian Reinhardt, 
Colin Krichensky, Felix Ruiz, Greg Kidd, Steve 
Ebbs, Bill Cooper, Chris Price, Tom O'Connor, 
and Jeff Brandmeyer. Little Sisters: Julie 
Cratch, Melissa Wombacher, Mary Ann Fa- 
hey, Sharon Bodi, Ellen Conner, and Kady 
Zelsset. 




LAMBDA 




The Platonian Social Society, founded April 
20, 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 men of Plato are the traditional 
sponsors of the Geology Club and its weekly 
meetings. This year Plato won first place for 
their Homecoming float, won first and sec- 
ond place in intramural volleyball, decorated 
the Christmas tree on Upper campus, and 
helped with the phonathon. Their motto is 
"Via Sapientiae — The way of wisdom". 



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Mu Chi Lambda, (Criminal Jus- 
tice Club), was organized in the 
winter of 1 985 and is o chapter of 
Lambda Alpha Epsilon, a national 
criminal justice association. They 
were the organizers of the volun- 
teer drive for a dance at Pere 
Marquette Youth Center. 



ow 1 , left to right; Susan Hill — Secretary, Sonyo Rhoda, Paige Mettler, Dr. Lyn Huxford — Advisor. Row 2; Blake Totum — Treasurer, 
ackie Kemp, John Batson, Stacia Swisher, Andrea Mason, Gary Hendricks — Vice-President. Row 3, Darrell Cook, Phil Churchill — 
resident, Keith Ward. Missing; Fred Scholl, Carol Roscow, Rob Talley, Dave Clark, Cathy Rea, Audra Young, Venus Lane, and Julie 
riend. 




MUCKU 




HAWAIIAN 




Row 1 , left to right: Dr. McGuIre, Kevin Koeller, Sherry Barnash, Pom Knobeloch, Sheila Nelson, Beth 
Haberer, Jana Reeves, Ted St. Clair. Row 2; Mary Schilling, George Wolff, Donna Schilling, Melissa 
Koegel, Ann Schroeder, JoAnn Diehl, Frederik Cosse, Donna Snyder. Not pictured: Lisa Borrenpohl, 
Mark Eichenlaub, Scott Harres, Mary Mordhorst, Holly Mullink, Richard Rogier, and Tracy Wargo. 




SIGMA ZETA 



On June 9, 1926, Sigma 
Zeta created a Beta chapter on 
the McKendree College cam- 
pus, making it the second 
chapter nationally. The chap- 
ter hod been lax for many 
years but was reborn in the fall 
of 1985 with the help of advi- 
sor Dr. Richard McGuire. 

Sigma Zeta is an organiza- 
tion for science majors with 




iary Schilling, President; Ann Schroeder, Vice-President; Donna Schilling, Secretary; Dr. Rich- 
■d McGuire, Advisor; Ted St, Clair, Treasurer; Not pictured: Dr. Gary O'Connor, Advisor. 



high grade point averages. Be- 
sides the traditional biology 
and chemistry majors, mem- 
bers may also major in com- 
puter science or mathematics. 

On campus this past year, 
Sigma Zeta prepared the 
greenhouse for the plant sale 
in the spring, hosted speaker 
Dr. Nevin Aspinwoll, composed 
a formula book to sell to stu- 
dents, converted a science lab 
into a science study room, and 
planned a Spring Picnic. For 
community projects, they set 
up and judged science fairs at 
a local grade school, formed a 
slide presentation of the sci- 
ence and computer depart- 
ments, and organized a raffle 
for Alan Droste. Nationally, the 
Beta chapter wrote a grant 
proposal for $2500 from the 
Pittsburgh Conference. In 
April, they plan on attending 
the national conference in Eu- 
reka, IL. Students' papers will 
be presented. 



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Row 1, left to right; Carol Rickert, Mary Beth Harris, Mike Crow — President. Row 2; Jo Ann Lett 
Secretary, Cloy Beaver, John Yociss, Todd Derickson, Donna Brauer, Mark Lucido. 




Members not pictured: Chip Cas- 
sidy. Curt Reno, Lori Cummins, 
Stephanie Fisher, Mark Parson 
— Treasurer, Phil Martiszus, Jim 
Russel, Ron Hassomon, David 
Rich, Scott Harper — Vice Presi- 
dent, Kim Cartwright, John Wun- 
derlich, Linda Rickard, Sue Land- 
man, Loyal Martin, Tami Ahlers, 
and Laura May. 



John Parnell — Advisor 



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Row 1 , left to right, Tina Ferrano — Associate Editor, Betsy Sutton — Editor. Row 2; Kevin Decker, 
Laura Kelemetc — Staff Typist, A. Wayne Sinnock, Jackie Bugg — Feature Editor, Brian Frederk- 
ing — Sports Editor. Row 3, Ken Crist, Tom O'Connor — Photographer, Teresa Whitworth — 
News Editor, Dr. Michele Stacey-Doyle — Advisor. Not Pictured; Jo Ann Lett — Advertising 
Manager, Kevin McFarland — Staff Artist, Tracy Rouch, and Patty Monion. 

The McKendree Review 
Staff has been responsible for 
creating "The McKendree Re- 
view", This year they have at- 
tempted to give the school 
newspaper a new look. In the 
future, the newspaper staff 
hopes to create more in-depth 
articles and a better structure 
year after year, and they hope 
to become more involved in 
other school activities. 







The Editor (Betsy Sutton) hard at 
work. 



CHOIR 




Row 1 , left to right; Joy Chua, Theresa Kentch, Jeff Bowen. Row 2; Charles Rann, Gerald Mack, Melissa Roethemeyer, and Scott Larsen. 
Not Pictured; Bob Leutkenhaus, Jeff Noblin, Lynn Mallrich, Debra Avery, Jeff Campbell, Linda Carriker, end Jessica Joiner. 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




ow 1, left to right; Jacqueline Kemp, Bobby Summers, Rita Scheibel, Mary Beth Horns, Cindy Dreyer, Anne Stcllings. Row 2; Artie 
'ongampler, Tom Forsythe, Paul Wesselmonn, Jeff Thornton, and Sheila Kehrer, 




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PROGRAMMING BOARD 




Row ], left to right; Rita Scheibel, Paul Wesselmann, Cindy Dreyer, Mary Beth Harris. Row 2; Artie Vangampler, Kelly Kolshor, and Bob 
Luetkenhaus. Not Pictured, Tina L. Ferrarlo. 



Programming Board was organized 
four years ago when the Student Gov- 
ernment Constitution was ratified. The 
officers are: Chair — Paul Wessel- 
mann, Vice-Chair — Kelly Koisher, 
Secretary — Tina Ferrario, Publicity — 
Bob Luetkenhaus. 

Activities that the Programming 
Board planned were: New Student Ori- 
entation (NSO), Homecoming, Christ- 
mas dinner, Surfin' Safari, Dancin' in 
the Sheets, Sweetheart Dance, lec- 
tures, Muck U Challenge, School Pic- 
nic, and the Sock Hop. They also ar- 
ranged for comedians, singers, a 
clown, a Victorian photographer, Rick 
Kelley, Regency, and Michael Bird to 
come to McKendree to entertain the 
students. 

Their goal for the future is to have 
weekly dances and more cultural 
events. 



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Many students were involved in 

the Surfin' Safari fashion show 

that was held at noon in Ames 

Hall. 



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President and Mrs, TenBrink made 
an appearance at the Surfin' Safari 
Dance. 



Students enioyed dressing up and 
posing for the Victorian photogra- 
pher. 

Was there c costume mix up? 




mckendree invitational 

MODEL UNITED NATIONS 





La-Shell Ebersohl's commit- 
tee takes a break to pose for 
the camera. 



Students from Southern Illi- 
nois high schools gathered on 
the McKendree campus for 
the 15th McKendree Model 
United Nations sessions which 
were held in November and 
March. The sessions are the 
only high school Model UN 
gathering in Southern Illinois, 
and are one of the largest 
Model UN conferences in the 
nation. 

The Model United Nations 
sessions ore conducted in the 
same manner as an official UN 
session with committees writing 
and voting on resolutions and 
forwarding them to the General 
Assembly for passage. The 
McKendree MUN program is 
run by McKendree students 
under the supervision of Dr. 
David Ahola, Dr. Pat Folk, and 
Dr. Bill Haskins. This year Den- 
ise Tabor was the Secretary- 
General and made sure that ev- 
erything ran smoothly. 



Dan Kasten shows a serious side 
session of Model UN. 



vhile chairing Economic and Social Council during the fall 




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The BS'er pledges got involved in this year's session by staging a kidnapping of the 
delegates from China. 




Secretary-General, Denise Tabor, consults with 
advisors Dr. David Ahola and Dr. Bill Haskins. 



A Secretory-General's job is never done. 



Dan Kasten presents an award to a deserving 
delegate. 




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EISENMEYER PRESENTS: 




The cast of "Antigone": Row 1 , left to right; Tre- 
vor Guthrie, Beth Olmstecd, Renee Korves, Jeff 
Bowen, Ellen Connor, Down Ducree. Row 2; Steve 
Wright, Christine Jones, Jeff Thornton, Dovid Broi- 
low — Director, Betsy Sutton, Don Kasten, Jeff 
Wright, Randy Blakely, Not pictured; Jeff Noblin. 




Ismene {Ellen Connor) and Antigone (Chris Jones) dis- 
cuss their situation. 





Creon (Randy Blakely) gives a speech while Haimon 
(Steve Wright) looks on. 



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This year, Eisenmeyer Theatre 
presented three productions. The 
first play was the one-man show 
"Clarence Darrow", brought to 
McKendree by the Riverside The- 
atre. This drama was written by Da- 
vid W. Rintels. Ron Clark played Dar- 
row and Jody Hovland directed the 
show. 

McKendree's fall play was "An- 
tigone", the Greek tragedy by Soph- 
ocles of one woman's fight to save 
her dead brother's soul and the ef- 
fects this battle had on her king. 
Christine Jones played Antigone 
and Randy Blakely portrayed Creon. 
Other members of the cast includ- 
ed: Ellen Connor, Jeff Noblin, Jeff 
Winget, Betsy Sutton, Jeff Thorn- 
ton, Renee Korves, Steve Wright, 
Beth Olmstead, Trevor Guthrie, 
Dawne Ducree, Dan Kasten, and 
Jeff Bowen. The stage managers 
and set constructors were Donna 
Snyder and Bob Luetkenhaus. The 
lighting director was Bob Luetken- 
haus. 

"The Curate Shakespeare As You 
Like It" was the spring production at 
McKendree. This Shakespeare-com- 
edy play provided a night of inter- 
esting interaction between actors of 
a traveling theatre troupe. The cast 
consisted of Suzanne Hacking, Me- 
lissa Kaegel, Steve Wright, Jeff Nob- 
lin, Dan Kasten, Randy Blakely, and 
Christine Jones. The set and lights 
were directed by Bob Luetkenhaus. 



Part of the cast prepares themselves for o performance. 




Ganymede (Suzanne Hacking), Touchtone (Don Kasten), and 
Aliena (Melissa Kaegel) arrive in the Forest of Arden. 




Bob Luetkenhaus watches the action on stage from the lighting 
booth. 




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STUDENT LIFE 



Students are involved in various 
activities from . . . 




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the fun of pledging to 




chatting with friends to . . . 



showing school spirit to . . 




just having a good 
time. 



McKendree Continues to Grow 



McKendree showed evidence 
of growth this past year. A new 
greenhouse extension and tennis 
courts were opened in the fall, 
and plans for the Convocation 
Center got off the ground. 

A ribbon cutting ceremony was 
performed on Friday, October 3, 
to officially open the new green- 
house. Students and faculty had 
begun work by raising funds and 
finalizing plans during the spring 
of 1986. Students managed to 
raise most of the money needed 



for this project. Volunteers dug 
the foundation and begun build- 
ing the greenhouse during the 
summer of '86. Dr. McGuire plans 
to use the greenhouse for seed 
banking. Endangered species of 
plants will be grown in this pre- 
serve along with a wide variety of 
other plants for botany students. 
The greenhouse is also designed 
to act as a passive solar heating 
system for Voigt Science Hall. The 
new greenhouse is open to every- 
one in the campus community. 





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Dr. Richard McGuire watches as Mrs. TenBrink cuts the ribbon marking the 
official opening of the greenhouse. 



Students are now able to play 
tennis on campus. The long 
awaited courts were built across 
from the Suites during the sum- 
mer of 1986. 

Plans for the new Convocation 
Center began to take shape this 
year. Fund raisers were held to 
help pay for this large project. It is 
estimated that about a third of 
the $5 million bill has been raised. 
The Center will include a new 
gym, complete with swimming 
pool and weight room. The build- 
ing will also house an auditorium 
and a theater. The tennis courts 
and Softball diamond are already 
in place. Plans also include a soc- 
cer field. 




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Luther Adams 
Major: Business 
Louisville, KY 

Leroy Adomson 
Major: Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

James Agnes 

Major: Computer Science 

Scott A.F.B. 

Randall Akins 
Major: Nursing 
Scott A.F.B. 

Ardell Albers 

Major: Computer Science 

Mascoutah, IL 

Mark Albert 
Major: Business 
Pittsburgh, PA 

Tina Marie Albert 
Major: Business 
Pittsburgh, PA 

Carol Anderson 
Major: English 
St. Louis, MO 

Thomas Andres 
Major: Criminal Justice 
Valmeyer, IL 

Gloria Arado 
Major: Nursing 
Herrin, IL 

Pamela Bailey 
Major: English 
Mascoutah, IL 

David Bargetzi 

Major: Accounting 

Highland, IL 

Activities; Men's Basketball- JV 

"86-Commencement Junior Marshal Intra- 
mural Bcsketboll 

'87-lnternship at Anders, Minkler, and 
Diehl CPA's 

James Barnett 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Fairview Heights, IL 

Michelle Barr 

Major: Public Relations 

Highland, IL 

George Bates 
Mascoutah, IL 

Angela Bean 
Major: Accounting 









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La-Shell Ebersohl takes a break to pose during NSO while Jill Kelling 

works nearby. 



Minor: Management 
Belleville, IL 

Activities; Active member of Alpha Ome- 
ga, Phi Rho Chi little sister 
"86-Homecoming Queen condidate 

Sheila Beckmann 
Major: Accounting 
Germantown, IL 

Mary Agnes Berndsen 
Major; Elementary Education 
Breese, IL 

Lois Jean Bevirt 

Major; Speech Communication 

Belleville, IL 

Mortimer Bickerstaff 
Mojor: Business 
Belleville, IL 

Jay Blair 

Major: Biology, Secondary Education 

Trenton, IL 

William Russell Blight 
Major: Business 
Radcliff, KY 

Ronald Blissett 
Major: Business 
Louisville, KY 

Joseph Bobarsky 

Major: Computer Science 

Scott A.F.B. 



Christopher Boyd 
Major: Management 
Lebanon, IL 

Helen Bradfute 
Major: History 
Scott A.F.B. 

Richard Branding 
Major: Public Relations 
Granite City, IL 

Gory Brown 

Major: Computer Science 

Scott A.F.B. 

Judith Brown 
Major: Nursing 
Alton, IL 

Janet Buechler 

Major: Computer Science 

O'Fallon, IL 

Steven Bushong 
Major; Business 
Belleville, IL 

Jeff Campbell 

Major: Speech Communication 
Minor: Sociology 
New Baden, IL 

Activities: Alpha Phi Omega, College 
Choir; Circuit Rider Singers 
'83-'84 Wrestling 
"84-'85 Cheerleading 
"85-'86 Sports Information Director 



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'86-'87 P.R. Intern for St. Louis Football 
Cardinals, Student Manager ARA Ser- 



Linda Carriker 

Major: Psychology 

Activities: Gamma Sigma Sigma 

Connie Causey 
Major: Nursing 
Centralia, IL 

William Champeau 
Major: Business 
Radcliff, KY 

Albert Davis Cheeks 
Major: Computer Science 
Belleville, IL 

Carolyn Commins-McGhee 
Major; Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

Darreil Cook 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Belleville, IL 

Kenneth Coplen 

Major: Accounting Management 

Belleville, IL 

Activities: Dean's List 

'85-'86 Who's Who in Colleges 

'86-'87 Co-Captain of Men's Basketball 

'84-'85 member of NSO 

"85-'87 Treasurer of Phi Rho Chi (Ferox) 

Frederik Cosse 

Major: Computer Science 

Belleville, IL 



Michael John Crowe 
Major: Marketing, Business 
Belleville, IL 

Barry Lay Davis 
Major: Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

Kimberly Davis 

Major; Computer Science 

Collinsville, IL 

Philip Jerome Deering 
Major: Business 
Chorlestown, IN 

Dennis Pout Donahoe 
Major; Business 
Crestwood, KY 

Jeffrey Dosier 

Wynnette Downing 
Major: Nursing 
Red Bud, IL 

Carol Durham 
Major: Nursing 
O'Follon, IL 

La-Shell Ebersohl 

Major: Social Science 

Steeleville, IL 

Activities: Pom Pon squad 

Model U.N. (Committee Chairman) 

Gamma Sigma Sigma Student Senate (Sen- 
ator) 

Residence Hall Government (President of 
Barnett Hall) 

Student rep. on Academic Dean of the 
College Search Committee 




Karyn Hunsinger finds that laundry is one of those chores that have 
to be done. 



McKendree Review-writer, managing edi- 
tor Yearbook staff 

Kenric Darreil Echols 
Major; Business 
Radcliff, KY 

Delores Edmiston 
Major: Nursing 
Alton, IL 

Activities: McKendree Writers Associ- 
ation, McKendree Nurses Honor Society 

Charlene Edmonson 

Major: Elementary Education 

Sparta, IL 

Michael Edwards 
Major: Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

Kathleen Filers 
Major: Nursing 
Trenton, IL 

Christina Elbe 

Major: Accounting, Management 

Belleville, IL 

Activities: Alpha Omega Sorority 

Intermurals 

Internship at J.W. Boyle and Co., CPA's 

Jeannette Elbe 
Millstodt, IL 

Cotherine Evans 

Major: Elementary Education 

Belleville, IL 

Frank Evans 

Major; Physical Education 

Lebanon, IL 

Kathleen Fahey 
Major: Nursing 
Red Bud, IL 

Robert Fairchild 
Major: Business 
O'Fallon, IL 

Warren Fehrenz 

Major; Physical Education 

Lebanon, IL 

Vernon Ferry 

Major: Physical Education 

E. Carondelet, IL 

Howard Fisher 
Major Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

Leonard Fizer 
Mojor: Business 
Rodcliff, KY 



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Susan Hausmann 



Becky Huard 



Jeffrey Junker 





Daniel Kasten 



Sheila Kehrer 




v/ 





Jill Kelling 



Patricia Klein 



38 




Jody Maroney 



Dave McFarland 



Kevin McFarland 



39 



Carlos Everett 
Major; Business 
Louisville, KY 

Brendo Floyd 
Major; Nursing 
Belleville, IL 

Michael Franke 

Major: Computer Science 

New Baden, IL 

Kathleen Fried 
Major: Business 
Newton, NJ 

Catherine L. Fritsch 

Major: Business Management, Business 

Administration 
Activities: Internship with Bankers Trust/ 

Mark Twain 



E. St. Louis, IL 

Pom Goestenkors 

Major: Accounting, Business 

Aviston, IL 

Lisa M. Gonzales 
Major; Computer Science 
Belleville, IL 

Neol F. Gottsacker 
Major: Computer Science 
Scott A.F.B. 

Virginia Fritz Grahm 
Major: Nursing 
Jerseyville, IL 

Eve Marie Grawitch 
Major: Nursing 
Fairview Heights, IL 




Dan Kasten waits bockstage for his cue during "Antigone 



Jeonette Frost 

Major; Elementary Education 

E. St. Louis, IL 

Sandra Gabriel 
Major: Nursing 
Granite City, IL 

William Amos Gilley 
Mojor: Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

Peggy E, Gilliam 
Major: Psychology 
O'Follon, IL 

Flora M. Glodney 
Major: Business 



Felicia Jackson Groy 
Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Management 
E. St. Louis, IL 

Alton A, Greenough Jr. 

Major: Computer Science, Mathematics 

Eustis, FL 

Terri L. Greschel 

Major: Business Management 

Louisville, KY 

Edward L. Griffin 
Major: Business 

Karen Grimming 
Major: Nursing 



Belleville, IL 

David Haines 
Major; Management 
Lebanon, IL 

Thomas Lewis Hall 
Major: Business 
Vine Grove, KY 

Jill L. Hamm 
Major; Nursing 
Tunnel Hill, IL 

Scott Harper 
Major: Business 

Clara Harrison 
Major: Criminal Justice 
Freeburg, IL 

Maureen Hartnagel 

Major: Elementary Education 

Edwardsville, IL 

Brent R. Haukapp 

Major: Accounting, Business Administra- 
tion 

Susan L, Hausmann 
Major: Computer Science 
Belleville, IL 

Sister Michelle Hellrung 
Major: Nursing 
Alton, IL 

Deborah Hendricks 
Major; Nursing 
Wood River, IL 

Gary Hendricks 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Mascoutah, IL 

Activities: Mu Chi Lambda (V.P.), Criminal 
Justice Organization Organization, Vol- 
unteer at Pere Marquette; III. Youth Cen- 
ter, Member of Criminal Justice Club, In- 
tramural Basketball 

"85-Phi Rho Chi (Ferox) 

Edwin James Herman 
Major: Business 
Louisville, KY 

Rodney D. Hidey 
Major: Business 
Radctiff, KY 

Tyrome E. Higgins 
Major: Business 
Rodcliff, KY 

Deborah Hill 
Major: Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

Kurt Hoerz 
Major: Business 
Belleville, IL 

Eleanor B. Holland 
Major: Biology 



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E. St. Louis, IL 

Ronald W. Holloman 
Major: Marketing 
Collinsville, IL 

Richard M. Holt 
Major: Nursing 
Scott A.F.B. 

Mary Meyer Holtgrewe 
Major; Computer Science 
Belleville, IL 

Steven K. Holtgrewe 
Major: Business 
Belleville, IL 

Doris J. Hooper 
Major: Business 
Louisville, KY 

Jaclynn K. Houghton 
Major: Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

Elizabeth D, House 
Major: Business 
Louisville, KY 

Becky F. Huard 
Major: Accounting 
Iowa City, lA 

Mark Hubbs 
Major: IDM 
Millstadt, IL 

Barbara A. Hughes 
Major: Nursing 
Teaneck, NJ 

Karyn Hunsinger 
Major: Accounting 

Florence Jeffreys 



Major; Nursing 
O'Fallon, IL 

Nancy Jo Johnson 
Major; Nursing 
West Frankfort, IL 

Hilda J. Jones 
Major; Nursing 
O'Fallon, IL 

Michelle Joseph 
Major; Nursing 
Alton, IL 

Carmen W. Josey 
Major; Business 
Radcliff, KY 

Clarence Quinzy Judge 
Major; Business 
Muldraugh, KY 

Jayne Jun 
Major; Nursing 
Collinsville, IL 

Jeffrey Junker 

Major; Physical Education 

Minor: Coaching 

Belleville, IL 

Activities: Baseball (2 yrs.). Captain of 
Baseball team (t yr.), Platonian Social So- 
ciety (3 yrs.). President {1 yr.)-{Pi Lambda 
Tau), Intramurals (3 yrs.) 

Douglas N. Kassing 
Major: Computer Science 
Freeburg, IL 

Mary Louise Kingston 
Major; Nursing 
Waterloo, IL 

Daniel Kasten 

Major; International Relations 



Minor: History 

O'Fallon, IL 

Activities; Model U.N. Participant (Secre- 
tory General- 1 yr.). Student Government 
member. Judicial Board member. Veteran 
of 6 McKendree Theatre performances. 
Who's Who in Colleges, MCKENDREE RE- 
VIEW-writer, Public Affairs Forum mem- 
ber, Deneen Law Society 

Internship at Scott, HQ Military Airlift 
Command (MAC); in their History Office 

Diane Keirn 
Major: Business 

Catherine A. Keller 
Major: Business 
Belleville, IL 

Jill M. Kelling 

Major: Public Relations 

East Carondelet, IL 

Activities: NSO (3 yrs.), Student Activities 
Staff, Alpha Omega Service Sorority, Di- 
rector of Special Events (Campus Dining 
Service) 

'85-Junior Homecoming Attendant 

"86-Homecoming Queen 

Community Relations Internship at Memo- 
rial Hospital 

John H. Kerns 
Major: Business 
Clarksville, IN 

Julie Ann King 
Major: Business 
Rineyvitle, KY 

Roger Kingston 
Major: Criminal Justice 

Patricia Klein 

Major: Accounting, Business 
Administration 
Mascoutah, IL 






Mark McKeown 



Teresa McNeal 



Julie Muskopf 





Christy Neff 






Rebecca Newcomb 






Deborah Ozier 



Robyn Rakers 



Sonja Rhodo 




Rob Stcudenmoier 



Deborah Struebig 



Therese Suarez 




ly Kea and Sue Haus- 
mann take o drive on a sun- 
ny afternoon. 



Activities: Gamma Sigma Sig- 
ma Sorority 

Internship with Binsbocher 
and Borkou, P.C. Attorneys 
at Law; (accountant and le- 
gal assistant) 

Pamela A. Knobeloch 
Major: Biology 
Mascoutah, IL 
Activities: Sigma Zeta mem- 
ber (Science Honor Society) 

Kevin Koeller 

Major: Chemistry, Biology 

Minor: Business Administra- 
tion 

Marissa, IL 

Activities: Sigma Zeta mem- 
ber (Science Honor Society) 
Alpha Phi Omega Service 
Society 

Mark R. Kraus 
Major: Business 
New Albany, IN 

Richard A. Krypciok 
Major: Computer Science 
Collinsville, IL 

William C. Kuchenbrod Jr. 
Major: Business 
Louisville, KY 

Lori Kuhl 
Major: Nursing 
Corlyle, IL 

Randy Earl Lake 
Major: BBA 
Minor: Management 
Montague, MN 



Gory M. Lang 
Major: Nursing 

Gerald B. Langley 
Major: Business 
Louisville, KY 

Leisha Lanz 

Major; Elementary Education 

Belleville, IL 

Patricia Lavelle 
Major: Nursing 
Godfrey, IL 

Cheryl A. Lawson 
Major: Business 
Belleville, IL 

David K. Lee 

Major: Computer Science 

E. St. Louis, IL 

Lori Lehr 

Major; Psychology 

New Athens, IL 

Activities; Volleyball 

"87-Captain 

'87-All-State Team 

Internship at Scott Air Force 
Base Social Actions Depart- 
ment 

Bryan Lee Lewis 

Major; Computer Science 

Scott A.F.B. 

Patricia L. Lindauer 
Major: Nursing 
Belleville, IL 

Ethan Litsey 

Major: Chemistry, Math- 



Tony C. Little 
Major: IDM 

Carol Ann Longwell 
Major; Nursing 
O'Fallon, IL 

Ruben Lopez 
Major: Business 
Ft. Knox, KY 

Leslie Butler Lorenz 
Major: Nursing 
Mascoutah, IL 

Janet B. Lovett 
Major: Psychology 
Belleville, IL 

Mark Lucido 
Major: Business 
Lebanon, IL 

Denise L. Lynch 
Major; Business 
New Albany, IN 

Deborah Lynn Molone 
Major: Nursing 
Alma, IL 

Lewis Manuel Jr. 
Major: Religious Studies 
E. St. Louis, IL 

Donald Eugene Marcum 
Major; Business 
Hodgenville, KY 

Jody Maroney 

Major; Elementary Education 



Salem, IL 

Activities; Gamma Sigma Sig- 
ma Sorority 

Wayne Marschel 
Major: Business 
O'Falion, IL 

Allen May 

Major: Management 

Valmeyer, IL 

Jerald R. Mays 
Major: Business 
Belleville, IL 

Marsha McClain 

Major: Elementary Education 

E. St. Louis, IL 

Sharon L. McClellan 
Major: Nursing 
Anna, IL 

Mary Ann McCloskey 
Major: Business 
Albers, IL 

Dave McFarland 
Major: GLA 

Kevin M. McFarland 
Major: Art 

Mark McKeown 

Major: Computer Science 

O'Falion, IL 

Teresa McNeal 

Major; Computer Science 

Moscoutoh, IL 

Michael E, Meogher 
Major: IDM ITR 
Centralia, IL 

David Merz 

Major; Mathematics, Sociolo- 
gy 
Columbia, IL 

James D. Milhollen 
Major: Nursing 
Scott A.F.B. 

Pearlie Mims 
Major: English 
E. St. Louis, IL 

Jeffery W. Moore 
Major; Nursing 
Scott A.F.B. 

Mary Mordhorst 
Major: Biology 
Activities: Sigma Zeta mem- 
ber (Science Honor Society) 

Cindy Lea Morgan 
Major: Nursing 
Godfrey, IL 

Patti L. Mountain 



Major: Business Administra- 
tion 
E. St. Louis, IL 

Lorry Mueller 

Major: Computer Science 

New Athens, IL 

Activities: Men's Basketball, 

Phi Rho Chi Fraternity 

(Ferox) 

Julie Ann Muskopf 

Major: Elementary Education 

Millstadt, IL 

Activities; Alpha Phi Omega 
Service Society, Kappa 
Gamma Epsilon {Education 
Honor Society), Teacher 
Preparation Council, Chal- 
lenge Program 

Joseph L. Nalley Sr. 
Major: Business 
Louisville, KY 

Timothy E. Neighbors 
Major: Accounting, Business 
Belleville, IL 

Candy Jean Nistler 
Major: Nursing 
Belleville, IL 

Jeffrey Noblin 
Major: Public Relations 
Activities; McKendree The- 
atre 

Kenneth E. Nowlan Jr. 
Major; Computer Science 
Scott A.F.B. 

Patncia K. Ott 

Major: Elementary Education 

Carbondale, IL 

Activities: Gamma Sigma Sig- 
ma Sorority, B.A.S.I.C.'s 
(Brothers and Sisters in 
Christ), Resident Assisant 

Moria Often 
Major: Accounting 
Minor: Management 
Evansville, IL 

Elizabeth Owen 
Major; Biology, Psychology 
Minor: Chemistry 
Lebanon, IL 

Deborah Ozier 
Major; AED 
Maroa, IL 

Cathy Palmer 
Major: Nursing 
Bethalto, IL 

Mark E. Parson 
Major: Accounting, Market- 
ing 
Belleville, IL 



Eric L. Patrick 

Major: Business Administra- 
tion 
Louisville, KY 

Jana K. Phoenix 
Major: Nursing 
Centralia, IL 

Opie B. Pierson 
Major: Public Relations 
Freeburg, IL 

Anthony J. Pinto 
Major: Nursing 
Belleville, IL 

Kelly Ann Fruend Price 
Major: Elementary Education 
Carlyle, IL 

Elizabeth Prince 

Major; Elementary Education 

E. St. Louis, IL 

Terry Prosser 

Major; Computer Science 

Scott A.F.B. 

Barbara L. Rachford 
Major: Business 
Mascoutah, IL 

Robyn C. Rakers 
Major: Accounting, Business 
Administration 
Lebanon, IL 

Marion-Krista Ramirez 
Major; Marketing 
Centralia, IL 

Cathy Rea 

Major: Psychology, Criminal 
Justice 

Alton, IL 

Activities: Softball Team, 
Basketball Team Manager, 
Intramural sports. Kappa 
Lombda Iota {86-'87 Presi- 
dent) (Clionian Literary So- 
ciety) 

'84-President of Baker Hall, 
Resident Hall Government 

Jerry Reed 
Major; Nursing 
O'Falion, IL 

Janice Riggins 
Major: Marketing 
Washington Park, IL 

Connie Robben 
Major: Nursing 
Breese, IL 

Donna Robinson 
Major: Nursing 
Belleville, IL 

James R. Russell 
Major: Management 



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Paula Sutton 



Denise Tabor 



Johnny Tang 




Steven York 



Yong-Jing Zhao 



46 



Seniors were involved in many different activities; from 
Homecoming Court and dorm life to Biological field trips. 




Dr. Anderson's Ecology class bundles up while they search for bald eagles. 




Homecoming Queen, Jill Kelling, enjoys a dance with 
her dote. 




Angela Bean, a Senior Homecoming Attendant, and her 
date at the Homecoming dance. 



Sue Housmann expresses her thoughts about spending time in a dorm 
room. 



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Lebanon, IL 

Dorothy Sollman 
Major: Nursing 
Red Bud, IL 

Edward Sanderlin 
Major: Computer Science 
Mascoutah, IL 

Mary Schilling 

Major: Biology 

Minor: English, Chemistry 

New Athens, IL 

Activities: Sigma Zeta (President), (Science 

Honor Society) 
Internships: Missouri Botanical Garden 

(Herbarium) 
St. Joseph's Hospital, MO 

Kathryn Schlofer 
Major: Nursing 
Belleville, IL 

Carolyn Schmidt 
Major: Nursing 
Godfrey, IL 

Kathleen Schmidt 
Major; Nursing 
Evansville, IL 

Jennifer Schumaker 
Major: Computer Science 
Cahokia, IL 

Constance G. Seneczyn 
Major: Elementary Education 
Belleville, IL 

Sharon K, Sigwerth 
Major: Accounting 
Mt. Vernon, IL 

Carolyn Smith 
Major: Management 
Belleville, IL 

Jay Sodini 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Lebanon, IL 

Dan Spickard 
Major: Business 
Belleville, IL 

Danelle A. St. Peters 
Major: Nursing 
Alton, IL 

Robert Stoudenmaier 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Management 

O'Fallon, IL 

Activities: Student Government, Alpha Phi 
Omega Service Society, Sigma Big Broth- 
er, Soccer Team, Model U.N., Indepen- 
dent Study with the Business Administra- 
tion 

Joyce Steiger 
Major: Business 
Millstodt, IL 



Leslie James Stewart 
Major: Business 
Mascoutah, IL 

Deborah Struebig 
Major: Elementary Education 
Staunton, IL 

Activities: Homecoming Parade, Student 
Teaching-grade 1 

Therese Suarez 
Major; Psychology 

Barry Surber 

Major: Computer Science 

O'Fallon, IL 

Paula Sutton 
Major: Biology 
Nashville, IL 

Denise Tabor 

Major: Elementary Education 

Activities; Resident Assistant, Model U.N. 

('86-'87 Secretary General) 
'86-'87 Kappa Lambda Iota member 

(Clionian Literary Society) 

Johnny S. Tang 
Major: Business 
O'Fallon, IL 

Carol Thomas 

Major: Nursing, Business 

Belleville, IL 

David M. Thompson 
Major: Computer Science 
Scott A.F.B. 

Julie B. Tiemann 
Major: Business 
Belleville, IL 

Audrey R. Todaro 
Major: Nursing 
Granite City, IL 

Rodney Tozer 

Major: Computer Science 

Scott A.F.B. 

Carol E. Trame 
Major: History 
Breese, IL 

Jacqueline Trebilcock 
Major: Accounting 
Belleville, IL 

Brenda F. Tucker 
Major: Nursing 
Buncombe, IL 

Royce M. Tyre 

Major: Computing and Information Sci- 
ences 
Minor: Management 
Jesup, GA 

Doris L. Utke 

Major: Elementary Education 

Addieville, IL 



Kathleen Vanderburg 
Major; Nursing 
O'Fallon, IL 

James Vineyard 

Major; Computer Science 

Scott A.F.B. 

Mark A. Wade 

Major: Computer Science 

E. St. Louis, IL 

Denese E. Ward 
Major: Nursing 
Lebanon, IL 

Tracy Wargo 

Major: Physical Educotion 

Minor: Coaching, Biology 

Activities: Basketball (2 yrs.), Softball (4 
yrs.), Alpha Phi Omega Service Society, 
Sigma Zeta (Science Honor Society), 
Dean's List, Kappa Gammo Epsilon (Edu- 
cation Honor Society), Intramural Direc- 
tor, Student member of the Teacher Ad- 
visory Committee, Academic All Ameri- 
can 

Susan J. Watkins 
Major: Nursing 
Sorento, IL 

Joann M. Weber 
Major: Nursing 
St. Louis, MO 

Karen Welborn 
Major; Nursing 
Brighton, IL 

Marsha West 
Major: Nursing 
Sesser, IL 

Scott A. White 

Major; Psychology, Philosophy 
Fairview Heights, IL 

Activities; Student Association's Judicial 
Board ('85-'86) 
'85-'86 Dean's List 
"85-'87 Deneen Law Society member 

Brad A. Williams 
Major: Nursing 
Zeigter, IL 

Wayne J. Williams 
Major: Business 
Belleville, IL 

Melody Wilson 
Major; Nursing 
O'Fallon, IL 

Robin Winiecke 
Major; Business 
Belleville, IL 
Activities: '86 Dean's List 

Josephine Wittenauer 
Major: Business 
Waterloo, IL 



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Nancy Wollenweber 
Major: Nursing 
Carrollton, IL 

Melissa K. Wombacher 
Major: Psychology, Physical Education 
(Special) 
Minor: Coaching 



Moscoutah, IL 

Activities: Softball Team, Intramural Vol- 
leyball, Basketball, Pi Lambda Tau Little 
Sister (BSers) 

Steven York 

Major: Elementary Education 

Centralia, IL 



Activities: Resident Life Staff (Resident Di- 
rector), Honors in Elementary Education 

Yong-Jing Zhao 
Major: Business Administration 
Beijing, People's Republic of China 
Activities: Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority, 
McKendree Choir, Model U.N. 




Cedric Charles Dickens — great-grandson of English author Charles Dickens, illustrates a point while 
talking with Yong-Jing Zhao during his visit to McKendree in October. 



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John Batson 



Frederik Cosse 



Catherine Craig 




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JUNIORS 



There Are No 
Strangers Here, 
Only Friends Who 
Haven't Met 



Author Unknown 




Ahlers, Tami 

Becherer, Sharon 

Berkemann, Daniel 



Blakely, Randy 

Bockler, Christopher 

Bodi, Sharon 



Borrenpohl, Lisa 
Bovinette, John 
Bowen, Jeffrey 




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Collins, Jayel 

Cox, Ginger 

Dameron, Lisa 





Dreyer, Cynthia 
Dudeck, Brent 
Dunn, Teresa 



Eschman, Theresa 
Frerker, Nancy 
Gili, Jackie 



Cinder, Brian 
Conzalez, Shelli 
Crohmann, Diane 



Hargis, Bethany 
Jones, Christine 
Junge, Cregory 



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Kaegel, Melissa 

Kelemete, Mary 

Kidd, Carol 



Knight, Tonyia 

Landmann, Susan 

May, Laura 



Mullink, Holly 

Nelson, Sheila 

Ohiendorf Jr., Philip 



Parker, Mark 
Porter, Cindy 
Rouch, Tracy 




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Ruiz, Felix 
Sahuri, David 
Schilling, Donna 



Shurtz, Michele 
Snyder, Donna 
Stallard, Leon 



Thompson, Jim 
Thornton, Jeffrey 
Vander, Robin 



Ward, Keith 
Warnecke, Teresa 
Wheatley, Donette 



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White, Lisa 

Williams, Jennifer 

Winget, Jeffery 




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McKendree sports in the 
past during Homecoming 
week. 



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Avery, Debra 

Beal, Joni 

Bochantin, Annette 



Churchill, Phil 

Courtright, Kimberly 

Cratch, Julie 



Fally, Cindy 
Fisher, Stephanie 
Forsyth, Thomas 



Frey, Michael 

Garmon, Sandra 

Gregory, Emily 




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Hacking, Suzanne 
Hommersley, Carlo 
Katich, Amber 



Kelling, Brenda 
Kentch, Theresa 
Kirkpotrick, Michael 



Koishor, Kelly 
Kunz, Sandra 
Larsen, Scott 



Lett, JoAnn 
Moloney, Robin 
Muskopf, Deborah 



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Pickering, Amy 
Renner, Tone 
Rickard, Linda 



Rickert, Candi 

Rickert, Carol 

Stallings, Anne 



Summers, Bobby 
Turnipseed, Gayna 
Vangampler, Artie 



Von Hatten, Vicki 

Wesselmann, Paul 

Wharton, Brooke 




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Zeisset, Kady 



"You see Brian, it's not your atti- 
tude, I think it has something to do 
with the way you are dressed." 



Wilkinson, Darren 
Williams Jr., Ernest 
Wright, Lori 




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Allen, Mary Jo 
Arnold, Kimberly 
Bayer, Stephen 



Bochantin, Patrick 
Brendel, Mark 
Bugg, Jacki 



Bush, Lisa 
Cich, Elizabeth 
Conley, Charles 



Conley, Jane 
Cook, Becky 
Crist, Kenneth 



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Daly, Susan 

Davis, Tonja 

Douglas, Elizabeth 



Ebbs, Stephen 

Euchner, Dawn 

Ferguson, Rebecca 




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Ferrario, Tina 

Floyd, Lisa 

Frederking, Brian 



Freidland, Carol 
Gibson, Willie 
Giebe, Diane 





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Glaze, Cindy 
Goins, James 
Harres, Mary Beth 




Hasenstab, Shari 
Holcomb, C. Kathleen 
Jiner, Michael 



Joiner, Jessica 
Kelemetc, Laura 
Kidd, Greg 



Kolar, Laurie 
Korves, Renee 
Kricensky, Colin 



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Mantos, Maria 

Maxwell, Caria 

May, Jennifer 



McPherson, Melissa 

Merideth, Lee Ann 

Miller, Kim 






Morgan, Sherrie 
O'Connor, Thomas 
Olmstead, Dorena Beth 



Pates, Julie 
Price, Chris 
Rigdon, Michelle 



Sabol, Christopher 
Sanders, Neda 
Scaturro, Patricia 



Scott, Kelly 
Shryock, Rebekah 
Sinnock, Anthony Wayne 



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Sloan, James 

Sloan, Paul 

Spraggins, Mallory 



Souders, Shauna 
Stewart, Jim 
Tebbe, Scott 



Wagner, Debbie 

Whitworth, Teresa 

Wright, James 



Wright, Stephen 
Yurkovich, Marleen 
Yurkovich, Sharleen 





Zimmerman, Becky 



Steve Ebbs and Colin Kricensky show 
the true meaning of being freshmen. 




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FACULTY 



STAFF 



ADMINISTRATION 




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FACULTY 




iM^Mi MUlHi 




David Ahola, Ph.D. 
Professor of Political Science; 
Chair, Division of Social Sciences 

David Brailow, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 

Charles Davis, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology; 
Choir, Division of Sciences and 
Mathematics; Interim Dean of 
Students 




Martha Eggers 
Instructor in Education 

Patrick Folk, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of History 

John Greenfield, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English; 
Director of Writing 



Ted Anderson, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Biology; 

intenm Choir, Division of Sciences 

and Mathematics 

Dr. Anderson explains the nitrogen 
cycle to his Ecology class. 





William Haskins, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Speech 
Communication 

Lyn Huxford, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of 
Criminal Justice Studies 

Bonnie Moe, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Accounting 



Philip Neale, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 

Gary O'Connor, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Computer 

Science 

John Parnell, M.B.A. 
Instructor in Marketing 




Michele Stccey-Doyie, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of English; 
Advisor for the McKENDREE REVIEW 

Fred Underwood 

Instructor in Computer Science 



NOT PICTURED: 



David Barker, M.B.S. 
Instructor in Computer Science; 
Director of the Computer Center 

Ronald Block, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of English; Chair, 

Division of Humanities 

Murella Bosse, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 



Robert Brown, MA. 
Professor of Sociology 

James Drake, M.F.A. 
Associate Professor of Art 

Edward Glowatski 

Associate Professor of Education and 
Social Science; Director of Special 
Academic Programs 



Douglas Jones, Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 

Jean Kirts, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Physical 

Education 

Norman Modsen, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Religious 
Studies 



Leonard Branson, M.B.A. 
Instructor in Accounting and 
Management 



Donald Hoist, Ed.D. 
Professor of Education 



Richard McGuire, Ph D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



Karen Muench, M.S.N. 
Instructor in Nursing 



David Ottinger, M.F.A. 
Assistant Professor of Art 

Emerial Owen, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 

Mary Anne Pettit, MA. 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Administration 

Marcio Popp, Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor of Education; 

Chair, Division of Education 

Myron Reese, Ph.d. 
Professor of Chemistry 



Sister Gabrielle Rowe, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English; 
Associate Academic Dean 

Orville Schanz, M.M.Ed. 
Professor of Music 

Harry Statham, M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Physical 
Education; Director of Athletics 

Linda Steele, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Nursing; Chair, 

Division of Nursing 



Edward Ward, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Management; 

Chair, Division of Business 

Catherine White, M.S.N, 
Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Janice Wiegmann, M.S.N. 
Instructor in Nursing 



Dr. Marcia Popp mixes soap 
paints for children at 
McKendree's "Kid's College" 
Day. 




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STAFF 



ADMINISTRATION 




Vicki Bohnenstiehl 
Campus Operator 



Brian Cullon 
Custodian 



Doug Dennison 
Director of Public 



Nancy Ferguson 
Faculty Secretary 

Rita Hepp 
Director of Coreer 
Development 

Elva Mines 
Assistant Dean of 
Registrar 



l^gj^^ 



Annette Hug 
Faculty Secretary 



Norma Randant 
Accounts Receivable 



Kim Rutherford 
Athletics Secretary 



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Donna Wood 

Student Affairs Secretary 



Julie Tweten 
Assistant Manager- 
ARA Services 

LaDoris Weber 
Financial Aide 
Secretary 

Jane Weingartner, M.A. 
Director of Alumni Relations 



NOT PICTURED: 



Martin Cavanaugh 
Assistant Librarian 



Mark Ingram 

Chief Security Officer 



Evita Siebert 

Public Service Librarian 



William Day 

Director of Maintenance 



Stephen Jackson 
Director of Development 



Ormond Smythe 
Dean of the College 



Mary Frances Daylor 
Director of Health Service 

Kenneth Dean 

Assistant to the President 

Michaelene Dobbins 
Director of Admissions 

Helen Gilbert 
Head Librarian 

Francis Grandfield 
Coordinator Financial Aide 

Elaine Henderson 

Adm. Assistant to the President 

Janet Henry 
JTPA Training 
Director 

Leslie Howard 
Accountant 



Scott Lawrence, III 

Director of Church Relations 

Campus Pastor 

Wayne Loehring 
Student Activities; 
Resident Life 

Julie Meyer 

Assistant Director of Admissions 

David Munoz 
Bookstore Manager 

Stanley Osterhage 
Director of Financial Affairs 

Ruthellen Pegg 

Coordinator of Communications 

Katherine Philp 

Todd Reynolds 
Dean of Students 

Patricia Ringering 
Admissions Counselor 



Douglas Stotler 
Admissions Counselor 

Gerrit Tenbrink 
President of the College 

David Adams 
Maintenance 

Debra Bohnenstiehl 
Academic Records Secretary 

Johnny Bownes 
Custodian 

Sharon Brownfield 
Accounts Payable 

Gary Childress 
Maintenance 

Norma Craney 
Custodian 

Olleen Davis 

Academic Records Secretary 



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NOT PICTURED (cont.): 



Louise Domingos 
Library Secretary 



Maria Dorencamper 
Assistant to Registrar 



Susan Froding 
Custodian 



Patricia Goodwin 
Custodian 



Toni Heimers 

Student Activities Secretary 



Doris Herbert 
Development Secretary 



Gladys Hess 
Lithograph Assistant 



Carol Leonard 
Custodian 



Janet Mallrich 
Admissions Coordinator 



Sandra Mathews 
Academic Aftairs Secretary 



Debbie Miller 
A/R Collections 

Mary Ann Newcomb 
Financial Affairs Secretary 

Susan Rasco 

Special Academic Programs 

Secretary 

Earl Scharf 
Maintenance 

Adolph Schlich 
Groundskeeper 

Grant Schlich 
Custodian 

Eddie Starkey 
Groundskeeping 

Mark Swofford 
Maintenance 

Marilyn Von Hatten 
Custodian 

Alma Weik 
Gifts Secretary 
in Development 




Jill Weil 

Computer Coordinator 

Judy Willgerd 
Custodian 

Gary Carstens 
Manoger-ARA Services 

Monte Peterson 
Assistant Monager- 
ARA Services 

Rether Johnson 
Women's Basketball and 
Softball Coach 

Vivienne Mazzotta 
Associate Director LCC 

Charles Rann 

Director of McKendree Choir 

David Brede 

Assistant Basketball Coach 

Frederick Paskvan 
Golf Coach 

Van Smith 
Baseball Coach 



Harry Statham receives a 
plaque for NAIA District 20 
Coach of the Year at 
Founder's Day. 



Dr. Todd Reynolds, Dean of Student 

Affairs, and President TenBrink 

have a discussion outside of the 

computer center. 




SPORTS 








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VOLLEYBALL 





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Row 1 , left to right; Mendy Shoemaker, Eloine Albrecht, Debbie Mantos, Becky Shryock, Cindy Glaze, Kim Miller. Row 2; Sharon Bodi, Jane 
Renner, Laurie Kolar, Deb Avery, Lori Lehr, Pam Goestenkors, and Coach Jean Scheller. 



A young McKendree College Lady 
Bearcats volleyball team finished the 
1986 season with a 21-13 record after 
a 3-6 start. The Lady Cats placed third 
in the district finals, losing to the even- 
tual champion St. Francis 15-7, 15-5. 

Coach Jean Scheller attributed 
youth, a rugged schedule and the pre- 
vious year's success as the reasons for 
their slow start. The Lady Cats lost only 
one regular season game in October, 
defeating schools such as St. Louis Uni- 
versity and Washington University. 
McKendree won their own tournament 
to end the season, raising their record 
to 19-11. 

The Lady Bearcats won two match- 
es during pool play at the district play- 
offs, over National College of Educa- 
tion and St. Xavier. 

Senior Lori Lehr and junior Sharon 
Bodi were selected to the All-District 
team. Lori Lehr and Pam Goestenkors 
were the squad's only seniors. Jean 
Scheller and her Netters look for very 
successful seasons ahead. 




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1986VolUyL 


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Bearcats 










OPPONEWr 




RECORD 


SEPT 


5-6 


ST. FRANCIS INVITATIC»1AL 




1-3 




10 


UNIV. MISSOURI -ST. LOUIS 


LOST 


1-4 




13 


raSSOURI BAPTIST 


WON 


2-4 




15 


PMnK»WE C0LLEX3E 


WON 


3-4 




17 


SOUIHEAST MISSOURI UNTV. 


LOST 


3-5 




24 


QUINCY CQLLEO: 


LOffT 


3-6 




26-7 CTiEENVILLE COLLO: TOURNEY 


1ST 


6-6 


OCT 


1 


WASHINCJIWI UNIVERSITY 


VOI 


7-6 




3-4 


UMSL TtXJRNAMENT 




9-8 




6 


PRINCIPIA C0LLE(3: 


VJON 


10-8 




10 


ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY 


WON 


11-8 




15 


MILLIKEN UNIVERSITY 


WON 


12-8 




17-8 QUINCY TDURNAMENT 




14-10 




20 


O^EENVILLE CCfLLEO; 


AWRY 


7:00PM 




25 


SOimffiAST MISSOURI UNIV. 


AWAY 


2:00PM 




29 


O^EENVTLLE COLLECX 


HGME 


7 : 00PM 


NOV 


1 


MC3CENDREE TOURNAMENT 


HGME 


TBA 



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SOCCER 








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Row I , left to right, Dan Gowdy, Todd Loretto, Dan Moore, Richard Branding, Mike ENgel, Pat Barry, Ethan Litsey, Marc Mahat. Row 2; 
Andy Arterburn, Jim Coins, Rich Reiniger, Steve Bayer, Chris Bee, Jeff Suess, Brian Reinhardt, Brian Thouvenot, Jeff Durzo, Chris 
Braxmeier, Tony Ellis, Matt MacLaughlin, Mark Reinholz, David Sahuri, Paul Lindner, and Coach Bob Cordes. 




The McKendree College Bearcats soccer 
team had an extremely sucessful 14-4 sea- 
son, falling one game shy of winning the play- 
offs. A 2-1 loss to rival Sangamon State in the 
district finals ended a superb campaign for 
the Bearcats. McKendree outscored their op- 
ponents 62-24 during the season. 

The Bearcats opened the season with an 
emotional 4-3 victory over Missouri-St. Louis. 
The McKendree squad could not find the net 
in the next two gomes against Park College 
(0-2) and Sangamon (0-4). The Bearcats then 
broke loose and won eleven straight games, 
including a remarkable eight shutouts. They 
won memorable overtime victories against St. 
Francis and Lindenwood, and also won the 
exciting Homecoming game against Rock- 
hurst 2-1. 



80 




Due to the district point system, the 
Bearcats were ranked second in the play- 
offs behind Sangamon even though they 
had a better winning percentage. After 
McKendree disposed of National College 
of Education 3-0 in the first round of the 
playoffs, they had to travel to Springfield 
for the district finals. 



Four players were named to the 
All-District first team: senior goalie 
Rick Branding, junior forward Rich 
Reineger, junior forward Marc Ma- 
hat, and sophomore Chris Bee. 
Branding was one of the top goalies 
in the country with 1 shutouts and 
a 1.3 GA average. Reineger led the 
Bearcats in goals (22) and total 
points (52) for the third year in a 
row. Mahat led McKendree in as- 
sists (9) and scored 10 goals. Bee 
impressed the coaches around the 
state with his defensive play and 
ball handling. 







1986 Soccer 






Bearcats 








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SCORE 


SEPT 6 


«nv. WSSCWU-ST. LOUIS 


NCK 


4-3 


7 


PARK CniFOB 


UOST 


0-2 


10 


SANcaMCN snas 


WBT 


0-4 


12 


HOOSEvmr wiwaein 


WOJ 


5-0 


14 


BEICDILTlNi COUJOE 


NCM 


2-0 


20 


MIUJKH) UOVEBSIW 


WW 


2-0 


23 


KSSaURI BAPTIST UOV. 


tat 


3-0 


27 


ST. FRMCis unvHBrrr 


wcw 


3-1 (2OT) 


28 


NRTICNHi ax. of EDUC. 


MON 


1-0 


OCT 3 


hOtBtOOD 


fCM 


6-2(0T) 


5 


HVSHQOICN unvERsm 


CMTRTH) 1 


7 


SOUIHEftSr MISSOURI SDmi 


VOJ 


3-0 


14 


cnwwiL MEmajisT 


WCN 


6-0 


16 


PCMBowE mifir. 

AT OCKXRDIA FIELD 


WCN 


3-0 


18 


ROCKHURSr 0CLUX2 
(HCWEOCMDC) 


WON 


2-1 




RBODRD TO DATE: 12- 


2 




22 


IU.INOIS STME iKtvERsrry 


AHMf 


7:00PM 


?5 


UNTV. of MD-RCUA 


AWRY 


7:00PM 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 




Row ], left to right; Larry Mueller, Dave McFarland, John Batson, Fred Taylor, Leon Stallard. Row 2; Assistant Coach David Brede, 
Manager Burt Stover, Walter Rogers, Dmitri Joe, Ted Longust, Ken Coplen, Mike Ogden, John Nunley, Paul Funkhouser, and Coach Harry 
Stotham. 

The 1986-87 McKendree College 
Bearcats basketball team finished the 
season as the most successful basket- 
ball team in school history with a 30-5 
record. 

The club set regular season records 
in wins (28), fewest losses (4), total 
points scored (3,357), average points 
(104.9), and NAIA ranking (8th). The 
Bearcats led the nation's four-year col- 
leges in offense. The squad was also 
second in the nation in scoring margin 
with a 21 .0 mark. 

The season also saw head coach 
Harry Statham win his 400th career 
win against Greenville College 1 1 1-69 
on November 14. He is the Winningest 
active coach in Illinois, and second only 
to legendary coach Ray Meyer of De- 
Paul. His current career record is 427- 
188. 

The Bearcats were ranked number 
one in the district all year, were in the 
NAIA's top twenty poll throughout the 
second half of the season, and had 
one of the highest Dunkel ratings in the 
country. Fred Taylor and Walter Rog- 
ers were named honorable mention All- 
America and All-District. 










NCKENDREE MEN'S BASKETTBALL 


1986-87 


BRESCIA cxamz 


WCN 


125-71 


Hanibal-LaGrange College 


WON 


127-95 


VCrSitXSS. CLASSIC 


1ST 




GREEENVILLE COLlfCE 


VOJ 


111-68 


SANFORD BROWN 


WON 


120-70 


MARYCREST UNIVERSITY 


WON 


136-101 


ST. FRANCIS 


WW 


110-106(OT) 


Northwest Mo Classic 


1ST 




Wayne State College 


WON 


81-76 


Northwest Missouri 


WON 


80-78 


Evangel 'RjurnaiiEnt 


4™ 




Evangel College 


WON 


106-88 


Southwest Baptist 


lOET 


96-100 


Oklahcma Christian 


LOST 


81-98 


ST. XAVIER 


WON 


113-91 


ROSARY aXUXI 


WON 


125-124 (OT) 


Greenville College 


WON 


89-52 


PRINCIPIA CQU£GE 


WON 


111-80 


CULVER-STOCKTCN CCIL1K2 


WON 


107-67 


Northeastern Illinois 


WON 


125-99 


St. Francis 


WGM 


89-72 


Principia College 


WCN 


123-82 


HacMirray College 


WON 


108-91 


NORTOEASreRN IliDOIS 


WON 


146-109 


SIU-Mwanteville 


LOST 


118-121 


Oakland City College 


WON 


75-73 


Brescia College 


wen 


85-73 



EUREKA OOXEGE 
111. Inst, of Tech. 
Judson College 
St. Xavier 

Washington University 
HAMJIBAL-I^OWNGE 

QAKUu© CITY coiaa: 

SIU-EDWARDSVIU£ 



CSNCELUD 
WON 
WON 
WON 
WON 
WON 
WCW 
LOST 



118-94 
78-54 
74-58 
66-56 
120-77 
134-107 
91-100 



RBCOBD: 27-4 



83 



PEP CLUB 

A pep club was formed this year to 
cheer on the sport teams from the 
stands. 





Tom Forsythe and Tina Fer- 
rario paint posters to hang in 
the gym. 




84 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




Row 1 , left to right; Suzy Stone, Sue Gilmer, Julie Stern. Row 2; Manager Cathy Rea, Cindy Porter, Donette Wheatley, Mary Ann Fahey, 
and Coach Rether Johnson. Not Pictured; Deb Avery, Karyn Hunsinger, Ptosha Rockingham. 



The 1986-87 McKendree College 
Lady Bearcats basketball team en- 
dured a disappointing 6-21 season. 
That was not enough to get the 
Lady Cats into the playoffs. District 
#20 only allowed four teams to en- 
ter, and McKendree finished fifth. 

Mary Ann Fahey and Karyn Hun- 
singer were both named All-District. 
Fahey, Hunsinger, Donette Wheat- 
ley, and Sue Gilmer all scored dou- 
ble figures for the season. 

After popular coach Nancy Kas- 
sebaum resigned on opening day 
due to personal reasons, the players 
met Rether Johnson, who took over 
the coaching duties. 





McKENMtEE TOURNAMEWT 








NOBTOEASTERN ILLINOIS 


LOST 


56-62 




WILLIAM WOCOS COLLEGE 


LOST 


58-68 




MISSOURI SOmiERN 


LOST 


63-75 




SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 


LOST 


56-87 




QUINCY C0LLK3; 


WON 


65-63 




St. Louis University 


LOST 


65-75 




Southeast Missouri State 


LOST 


46-89 


McKendree 


CULVER-STOCKTCN CCai£GE 


LOST 


70-82 


Univ. of Missouri-Rolla 


LOST 


53-94 




UNIV. of MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS 


WON 


83-82 


Women's 


Missouri Southern Itoumainent 








Missouri Southern 


LOST 


42-75 


Basketball 


Missouri-Kansas City 


LOST 


56-90 




Millikin University 


LOST 


73-91 


1985-86 


Nat. College of Education 


LOST 


79-86 




St. Francis 


LOST 


43-75 


Results 


jiashington University 


LOST 


66-73 




SIU-Edwardsville 


LOST 


44-84 




Icwa Wesleyan 


WON 


74-70 




NorUieast Missouri State 


LOOT 


49-97 




William Woods TtJumanent 








William Woods 


LOST 


60-78 




School of the Ozarks 


WSI 


67-86 




tMSENVILU: COLLfXa; 


WON 


76-64 




ST. IpUIS UNIVERSITY 


LOOT 


57-79 




NORIHEAST MISSOURI STAIE 


LOST 


59-69 




Blackburn College 


WON 


76-71 




Greenville College 


WCW 


76-72 




CURRENT RECORD: 


6-20 





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BASEBALL 




Row I , left to right; Coach Keith Sanders, Dale Siebenberger, Tom Draper, Chris Landgraph, Chris Price, Kevin Hagarty, Jeff Dosier, John 
Bouvinette, Mike Frey. 

Back row, left to right; Manager Van Smith, Roy Hughes, Tad Milburn, Steve Draper, Mark Parker, Joe Houk, Dan Schaller, Jim Stewart, 
Roger Kingston, Ron Feher, Dan Netemeyer, Jeff Junker. 



The Baseball Bearcats gather 
around home plate for high-fives 
after a McKendree home run. 




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McKendree's Jim Stewart hurls a fast- 








McKendree College 
Baseball Bearcats 



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SOFTBALL 




Row 1 , left to right; Melissa Wombacher, Sandy Kunz, Brenda Sandheinrich, Cathy Reo, Laurie Kolar. Row 2; Joni Beal, Susan Hausmann, 
Cindy Porter, Sonja Rhoda, Donette Wheotley, Shari Hasenstab, and Coach Rether Johnson. Not pictured; Tracy Worgo. 



After a slow 1-7 start, the Lady 
Bearcats softball team won sixteen 
of their last twenty-five games. The 
trio of Sandy Kunz, Sonja Rhoda and 
Shah Hasenstab carried the pitching 
load for the Lady Cats this year. 
They have combined for seven shu- 
touts. Rhoda and Hasenstab both 
threw a no-hitters this year. 

Tracy Wargo, Sue Hausmann, and 
Cindy Porter led the offensive 
threat. Coach Rether Johnson said 
team play was the big plus for the 
Lady Bearcats. 




Tracy Wargo up to bat. 



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YEAR IN REVIEW 




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ommencement C^xerciAe6 



1987 



MtHmixxtt Olalkge 




LEBANON, ILLINOIS 



TEN-THIRTY IN THE MORNING 
MAY SIXTEENTH 



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^' Greg Junge and Paul Lindner 

lead the processional. 



Dr. Marcia Popp receives the 
William Norman Grandy Fac- 
ulty Award from Brenda 
Pehle, a member of the Ex- 
ecutive Committee of the 
McKendree College Alumni 
Association. 





Dr. Folk looks at his program, 

wondering how much longer 

the ceremony would last. 



Lieutenant General Spence 
M. Armstrong, the Vice Com- 
mander in Chief Military Air- 
lift Command at Scott Air 
Force Base, is introduced for 
the Commencement Ad- 
dress. 




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Dan Kasten came prepared 
for the bright sun. 



Dave McFarland is glad to be 
graduating. 





Betsy Sutton and Robin 
Vander served as ushers dur- 
ing the graduation ceremo- 
ny. 



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EDITOR'S PAGE 



The 1986-87 school year began with high hopes and many plans for the yearbook. Despite 
major setbacks such as lack of student participation and finding the yearbook office twice emp- 
tied into the stairwell to Upper Pearson Hall (to make room for an orchestra for banquets), the 
book was finished by the final deadline. A lot of time and effort were spent on producing the 
book, often at the expense of homework and sleep. 

This is a publication for the students written by students. It would be a shame to lose it. One 
person cannot put together an entire yearbook. Hopefully, an Editor is found for next year to 
carry on and continue to improve this publication. 

I would like to thank my entire staff — Melissa McPherson. She stuck with the yearbook 
through to the end of the school year. Special Thanks go to Michelle Stacey-Doyle, Doug Denni- 
son, and Deb Bethard. They kept me going with their support when this task seemed impossible. 
Last year's Editor, Deb Bethard, traveled back to McKendree to help when deadlines began to 
get too close for comfort. To Robbie Hale and Bill Krueger: Three Time's the Charm! 



McKENDREAN STAFF 



Editor Donna Snyder 

Assistant Editor 

Organizations Melissa McPherson 

Sports 

Activities 

Classes 

Cover Design Theresa Eschmann 

Copywriter Donna Snyder 

Typist Donna Snyder 

Photographer Doug Dennison 

Donna Snyder 
Ads Donna Snyder 

Yearbook Advisors Doug Dennison 

Dr. Todd Reynolds 

Contributors: Ken Carriker, Deb Bethard, 
Melissa Kaegel, Donna Schilling, Tracy Rouch, 
Patti Manion, Mary Schilling, Patty Scatturo, 
Joy Chua, Paul Wesselmann, and Brian 
Frederking. 



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