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Kankakee, Illinois 

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OTallon, Illinois 

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Jim Boyer 

Belleville, Illinois 

Social Science 



Amy Danielwicz 

Mokena, Illinois 

Psychology 



James Gillete 

East St. Louis, Illinois 

Organizational Communication 



Sarah Boswell 

Mt. Vernon, Illinois 

Religion and Christian Education 




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Belleville, Illinois 
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Belleville, Illinois 

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Moweaqua, Illinois 

Psycology & Sociology 



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Belleville, Illinois 

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Grand Chain, Illinois 

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O'Fallon, Illinois 

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Fresno, California 

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Red Bud, Illinois 

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Breese, Illinois 

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Duke University basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, leader of the repeat NCAA champion Blue Devils, was 
the keynote speaker at McKendree College's 1993 Founders Day celebration April 15. The evening also featured 
a silent auction and dinner. 

Coach K has been crowned ACC "Coach of the Year" three times; Naismith National "Coach of the Year" 
twice, and the 1991 National "Coach of the Year," by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Duke is 
the first repeat NCAA Champion since 1972-73; is three-time winner of the ACC title; and has made a half- 
dozen trips to the NCAA final four since 1986. However, Coach K's crowning achievement is not the victories 
of the titles. It is his dedication to the development of scholar athletes. "I don't expect them to be perfect," Coach 
K said. "I wasn't. There may be people who love them more than I do, but there aren't people who love them 
the way I do." 

In Coach K's book, the player comes first, victory second. A Boston Globe columnist testified to this unique 
Coach K attribute: "A lot of college coaches bill themselves as teachers and quasi-academics, but few really are. 
Coach K is. He gets kids who can run, jump, shoot, and most important, think and then provides them with a 
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CLUBS 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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Model United Nations 



The Model United Nations program originated 
on the McKendree College Campus in 1972. Known 
as the Public Affairs Forum, a small group of stu- 
dents won the support of the college to put on a 
small Model U.N. conference, serving only a hand- 
ful of area schools. 

Today, the Model U.N. serves fourteen high 
schools throughout Southern Illinois and Missouri. 
It contains over five hundred delegates. The pro- 
gram also remains the only one of its kind to offer 
tuitional scholarships to its outstanding delegates. 
In addition, the McKendree Invitational Model 
United Nations is recognized by the United Nations 
Association of the United States of America. 



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McKendree English Language 

Institute 



The McKendree English Language Institute stu- 
dents are admitted to McKendree College through 
certain English proficiency (TOEFL 400 or above) 
and a recommendation letter from their teachers in 
their high schools or colleges in their own countries. 
Japanese students are recommended to be sent by 
McKendree College — Japan. If their Test Of Eng- 
lish as a Foreign Language score is not higher than 
500, they study in the MELI program to prepare 



their English skills for college programs. During the 
year the international students took field trips to 
Eckert's Farm, St. Louis Art Museum, St. Charles 
Historical Districts and Showboat and the Science 
Museum in St. Louis. In addition to these activities, 
they also coordinated the first multicultural folk- 
way festival and special presentation for three days 
on McKendree campus. 



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McKendree Review 



The McKendree Review is published 
every other Monday of the academic 
year by the students to McKendree Col- 
lege except for holidays and examina- 
tion periods. 

The editorial views expressed in the 
Review are not necessarily those of the 
administration, faculty, staff or the Re- 
view staff, but are expressed opinions of 
the Review student editorial board of 
bylined editorial. 

The Review welcomes letters to the 
editor. Letters must be typed, signed and 
submitted to the Review office located 
in lower Deneen, room 101. 

Subscriptions to the McKendree Re- 
view can be purchased for $7.50 per 
year. Make checks payable to the 
McKendree Review. 

Printed by Breese Publishing Co. 

Advisor - Michele Stacey-Doyle 
Editor Susan Philp 



Associate 

Editor Tim Hilpert 

Assistant 

Editor Dawn Black 

Copy Editor Tonya Aldrich 

Office Manager LaToya Owens 

Circulations Ann Huelsmann 

Ad Director Jim McRoberts 

Photography Staff: 

Bart Schneidewind, Brent Schneide- 

wind and Yoshikazu Yokota 

Writing Staff: 

Jenifer Elias, Terry O'Mara, Betty 

Pocklington, Patti Rudolphi and Bill 

Winders 

Cartoonists: 

Tim Hilpert and Conan Meadows 

Office Staff: 

Kara Anderson, Tricia Blakely, Sherry 

Blythe, Kelly Cagle, Shannon Flanigan, 

Robin Koniak, Bill Miller and Lisa 

Vaught 



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Resident Life 



FRONT LEFT TO BACK RIGHT: Angie Dor- 
ries, Barnett 2; Daniel Hirsch, Suites; Brad Good- 
in, Suites; Amy Danielwicz, Barnett 3; Sally Bos- 
well, Barnett 1; Kim Gibson, Baker 2; Chris Siler, 
Walton 2; Dave Hall, Baker 3; Scott Wilson, Wal- 



ton 3; John Brumfiel, Walton 1; Chad Brown, 
Suite RD; Lori Goodwin, Barnett RD; Jay Goble, 
Walton RD; (not pictured) Kady Stallard, Baker 
RD. 



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Teachers Association 



Front row left to right: Jennifer Freeman, Carla 
Nieset, Jill Schott. Second row (1 to r): Susan 
Anderson, Judy Baum, Angie Wenrie, Julie 
Bertram, Julie Hynes. Back row (1 to r): Patti 



Fahey, Tammy Brewer, Tina Eastman, Christy 
Barbachem, Lori Dennis, Becky Stephens, 
Dawn Merlenbach, Kariie Merlenbach, Janet 
Fox. 



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Campus Christian Fellowship 



The campus christian fellowship group is a group 
of nondenominational christian students that have a 
goal of spreading what Jesus means to them and how 
He has worked and continues to work in their lives 
here at school, home and in the work place. Rev. Phil 
Gardner the chaplain at McKendree College coun- 
sels daily with many students who stop by his office 
and may have a problem or just need to talk. Rev. 
Gardner helps many students and staff here at 
McKendree. 

The CCF group support a child in Guatamala, the 
group also goes out on witness teams. The witness 



teams supply the testimony's of the students in the 
group as well as music and scripture. We have two 
Bible studies a week, one is done by the Chaplain 
and the other is student led. The group went on a 
mission trip over Christmas break last year to Far- 
mington, NM. Plans for the next mission trip are 
now being made. Chapel services are held every 
Thursday in Bothwell Chapel the liturgy is alternated 
each week between the students, majoring in religion. 
This group of men and women is continuously 
growing in numbers as well as in faith. The Christian 
spirit is contagious. 



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Student Government Association 



McKendree College Student Government Asso- 
ciation (S.G.A.) is the organization which repre- 
sents students on campus. S.G.A. senators are elect- 
ed according to class status: freshmen, sophomores, 
juniors, and seniors each get four representatives. 



S.G.A. meets weekly to discuss student interests 
and ideas. The meetings are held every Thursday 
at 4:30 pm in the Hall-of-Fame room; everyone is 
invited to attend. 



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McKendree College Choir 

The McKendree College Choir performed the mu- The Choir rehearsed Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri- 

sical "Guys and Dolls" in the spring. Besides a sue- days from 12:00 to 1:00. The choir was made up of 

cessful run of the musical, the choir also performed in both those students taking the class for credit and those 

several concerts both before and after "Guys and Dolls", taking the class for fun. 



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Phi Lambda Sigma Tau 



Front row left to right: Doug Schulte, Duane Henson, 
Chris Marrs, Phil Deetz, and Conan Meadows 

Back row left to right: Dustin Schackmann, Otez 



Hudson, Joe Niccolussi, Andy Hetzel, Brian Marrs, 
and Jim Hamilton 



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Alpha Phi Omega 



The Chi Omega Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega is 
national service fraternity at McKendree College. We 
have 18 active members this semester. This April we 
were presented the service award for our section. The 
section is comprised of colleges such as SEMO, and 
Washington University. Some of our activities for this 
past year have been the bake sales, car washes, con- 
cession stands, and organizing blood drives. A few of 
the organizations that we have donated to are Chil- 



dren's International, scholarships, Red Cross and the 
Arthritis Foundation. Actives are Kristen Ackermann, 
Trisha Baldock, Teena Bell, Dan Forth, Becky Fer- 
rarra, Gary Hill, Heather Lowry, George Johns, Mike 
McAfee, Mike Fisher, Renee Tadlock, Keri Smith, 
Angela Heinzl, Adrienne Erspamer, Sherry Blythe, 
Kimberly Cole, Kim Evans, Michele Whiting, Advisor 
Dr. Betsy Gordon. 



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Phi Lambda Tau 



The Platonian Social Society objective is to promote V.P. 
social activities on and off the campus of McKendree Trea. 
College and to create an atmosphere of brotherhood Sec. 
within the organization. 

Founded April 20, 1849 



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Wayne Ernst 



Geno Halloran 
Chris Reynolds 
Jeff Engel 
Frank Brello 
Steve Burkarth 
Adrian Klingel 
Scott Yount 
David Blackburn 
Brett Carroll 



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Kappa Lambda Iota 



Kappa Lambda Iota is a chartered organization 
of the State of Illinois. Founded under the name of 
the Clionian Literary Society on December 6, 1 869, 
Clio is the oldest as well as the largest sorority on 
campus boasting 29 active members, 2 honorary 
members and 4 Big brothers. Clio exemplifies a 
diversity of McKendree women while maintaining 
a century-old tradition of friendship, loyalty and 
sisterhood. 

Bottom Row: Lisa Vaught, Kelly Holland, Cheryl 
Ahrens, Julie Astrauskas, Stephanie Beckmann, 
Jennifer Holt, Rhonda Buchanan, and Kari 
Crnkovich. 



Middle Row: Kim Radin, Hillary Czosnyka, Cathy 
Luetkenhaus, Brenda Bowyer, LaToya Owens, Ly- 
nette Jones, Angel Penrod, Vicki Vecera, and Bran- 
di Higgins. 

Back Row: Jodi Huelsmann, Janice Arens, Sandy 
Grathler, Robin Koniak, Tammy Brewer, Amy 
Danielewicz, Tina Scaturro, Renee Pipher, and 
Christy Sullivan. 

Not Pictured: Hattie Doyle, Sally Boswell, Carmen 
Furman, Kristen Neidringhaus, and Jenifer Gar- 
rison. 



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Professor Robert H . 
Brown 




October 1992 McKendree lost one of it's great men, Robert H. Brown. Professor 
Brown began a 31 -year teaching career at McKendree in 1957. Although recently- 
retired as a distinguished service professor emeritus of sociology. Professor Brown 
continued as an adjunct sociology professor. 

Robert H. Brown, 63, died Saturday, Oct. 10, 1992, at his Lebanon home. 



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Friends and family members of 
Ferd Sommer and Professor Robert 
Brown gathered with the McKendree 
College campus community Novem- 
ber 19 as trees were planted on the 
lower campus. The trees, are a living 
memorial to Sommer and Brown. A 
blue spruce was planted in memory 
of Sommer, who worked in Mc- 
Kendree College maintenance de- 
partment. A green ash was planted 
in Brown's memory. 




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McKendree College opens 
McKinley Education Center 

L. Dean McKinley, a former McKendree College trustee and member of Union 
United Methodist Church, Belleville, 111., donated a two-story building in downtown 
Belleville to McKendree College. 

Dr. Gerrit TenBrink said McKendree College was extremely grateful for the build- 
ing which will be used for academic as well as other college purposes. Currently 
McKendree is using the facility as a health clinic. Dr. Linda Steele, professor of 
nursing and chair for the division of nursing, said the college was offering services 
on a limited basis, initially targeting the elderly and offering health education services. 



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1992 

McKendree College 

Women's Volleyball 

Game Results 

McK-OPP 



Maryville U. 

Missouri Baptist 

Harris-Stowe 

Millikin 

Hannibal-LaGrange 

Missouri Baptist 

Sangamon State U. 

Greenville 

Lindenwood 

Quincy (under protest) 

Prairie Classic 

Eureka 

Olivet Nazarene 

Sangamon 

Columbia 

Trinity 

Greenville 

North/South Classic 

Rosary 

St. Xavier 

NLU 

Sangamon State U. 

Quincy 

SMCC Tournament 

Missouri Baptist 

Lindenwood 

Columbia 

Lindenwood 

Columbia 

William Woods 

Washington U. 

District 20 Playoffs 

College of St. Francis 



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15-01, 15-02, 15-12 

15-01, 15-06, 16-14 

07-15, 15-10, 15-10, 08-15, 07-15 

15-10, 15-02, 15-0 

15-10. 15-02, 15-03 

13-15, 10-15, 15-09, 07-15 

15-11, 15-07, 15-13 

15-05, 14-16, 15-09, 15-04 



15-03, 16-14 
15-07, 15-08 
12-15, 13-15 
01-15, 15-11, 
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03-15, 01-15 
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15-06, 15-05, 15-10 

15-08, 15-13, 15-08 

15-09, 11-15, 15-07, 10-15, 08-15 

05-15, 14-16, 11-15 

12-15, 05-15, 04-15 

12-15, 13-15, 13-15 

15-0, 15-02 

15-03, 15-09 

16-14, 12-15, 15-09 

15-02, 15-09 

15-08, 13-15, 15-06, 15-05 

15-13, 06-15. 15-06, 13-15, 15-09 

03-15, 15-17, 10-15 

13-15, 15-04, 05-15, 01-15 



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McKendree College 






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Men's 
Basketball 




Timely baskets and free throw 
shooting helped the McKendree 
Bearcats pull away from the Harris- 
Stowe Hornets in the second half en 
route to a 102-90 victory Feb. 20, 
and their second straight Show-Me 
Collegiate Conference basketball 
championship. 

The Bearcats have competed in the 
SMCC two years, capturing the reg- 
ular season crown both years while 
compiling an 18-2 conference record 
over the two year span. 

McKendree trailed Harris-Stowe 
78-74 with 7:08 left in the contest. 
Then the Bearcats caught fire and 
went on a 13-0 run sparked by three- 
pointers from freshmen Marc Der- 
wort and Jon Kraus. McKendree 
maintained the lead by going 23 fro 
29 from the free throw line in the 



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way to victory, 
second half. 

"We didn't play well in the first 
half but finally turned it up in the 
second half," said Coach Harry Sta- 
tham. 

The leading scorer for the 'Cats 
was senior Mark Markus who 
pumped in 19, with junior Todd 
Grigg adding 17. Senior Steve Davis 
led McKendree in the rebounding de- 
partment with 11, and senior Chris 
Zupan led the squad with 5 assists. 

By winning the regular season 
crown, McKendree gained the num- 
ber one seed in the Show-Me Colle- 
giate Conference Tournament. The 
"Cats received a first round bye. In 
the second round fourth-seeded Mis- 
souri Baptist upset the 'Cats 81-71. 
Columbia won the tournament crown 
by knocking off Missouri Baptist 96- 



es intently as McKendree makes its 

62 in the championship game. 

Entering the conference tourna- 
ment McKendree had won nine of 
their last ten games. The Bearcats 
had moved into the number 30 spot 
in the NAIA Division I national poll. 

At the end of regular season play 
forward Mark Markus, from Aviston, 
111., led the 'Cats as the top point 
getter by averaging 16.3 points per 
game. At the other forward spot, 
Steve Davis, from Chicago, 111., led 
the team in rebounding with six 
boards a game. 

The Bearcats were scheduled to 
play IIT March 3 in the first round 
of the NAIA District 20 playoffs. 
The NAIA National Tournament is 
scheduled to get underway March 16 
in Kansas City. 



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Trinity Christian 


100 


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Harris-Stowe 


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St. Xavier 




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Missouri Baptist 


89 


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IIT 




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Teikyo Marycrest 


72 


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IUSE 




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Lindenwood 


86 


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Barat (2-OT) 




87 


81 


Columbia 


104 


87 


Judson 




84 


75 


Drury 


79 


84 


Bethel 




91 


89 


Hannibal-LaGrange 


112 


58 


Mt. St. Clare 




109 


73 


Harris-Stowe 


102 


90 


Rosary 




74 


69 


SMCC Tournament 






St. Xavier 




53 


80 


Missouri Baptist 


71 


81 


St. Francis 




68 


86 


NAIA Dist 20 Playoff 






IUSE 




80 


91 


IIT 


119 


85 


Spalding U. 




102 


78 


College of St. Francis 


90 


86 


Greenville 




79 


75 


Olivet Nazarene U. 


84 


73 


Spalding U. 




99 


84 


NAIA Nat'l Tournament 






Brescia 




102 


76 


David Lipscomb U. 


72 


87 


Eureka 




60 


67 









71 




Women's Basketball 



72 



1992-93 




McKendree College 




Women's 


Basketball 




Game 


Results 






McK 


OPP 


William Woods 


51 


93 


Brescia College 


68 


77 


NLU 


67 


57 


Trinity Christian 


62 


70 


McKendree Classic 






McK vs Wm Woods 


74 


83 


McK vs Brescia 


64 


75 


Greenville 


75 


63 


Marycrest 


65 


66 


Mt. St. Clare 


74 


58 


Blackburn 


69 


66 


Culver-Stockton 


79 


97 


Regis University 


45 


100 


U. of CO at Colorado44 


87 


Springs 






Evangel 


59 


71 


John Brown U. 


65 


71 


Quincy 


53 


82 


Lindenwood 


59 


75 


Millikin 


64 


88 


Harris-Stowe 


81 


90 


Missouri Baptist 


72 


75 


Lindenwood 


70 


79 


IUPUI 


78 


81 


U. of Wisconsin, Parkside 66 


65 


Harris-Stowe 


81 


62 


Missouri Baptist 


67 


81 


Eureka 


71 


68 


SMCC Tournament 






McK vs Lindenwood 


52 


73 


SIUE 


69 


94 


NA1A District 20 Playoffs 




St. Francis 


69 


87 



Final Record 7-22 



73 




Women's Softball 



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1993 

McKendree College 

Women's Softball 

Game Results 



Missouri Baptist 

Missouri Baptist 

Peru State 

Peru State 

Clarke College (5 inn) 

Illinois Central (NRS) 

(5 innings) 
Meramec (NRS) 
Meramec (NRS) 
Oakland City College 
Oakland City College 

(5 innings) 
Lindenwood 
Lindenwood 
SIUE 
SIUE 
UMSL 
UMSL 

Eureka (5 innings) 
Eureka (5 innings) 
SMCC Tournament 
MO Baptist (5 innings) 
Columbia 

Hannibal-LaGrange (6 in) 
Lindenwood 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Blackburn 

Blackburn (5 innings) 
NLU 
NLU 

Olivet Nazarene U. 
Olivet Nazarene U. 
NAIA Dist. 20 Playoffs 
National-Louis U. 
St. Francis 
Eureka 



McK 

3 

5 

6 

5 

18 

6 

3 

2 

7 

15 

4 
4 
1 

7 
2 
3 
9 
10 





13 
6 
5 

8 

13 
4 
5 
9 
2 



OPP 


3 

4 

4 


9 
4 


6 

7 
7 

1 
4 
1 
2 


3 
3 


10 

1 

4 



Final Record 22-8 



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1993 






McKendree 


College 




Men's Baseball 




Game Results 






McK 


OPP 


Greenville 


8 


4 


Greenville 


5 


5 


C.W. Post 


5 


10 


Delaware Valley 


5 


9 


Delaware Valley 


14 


3 


Mansfield State 


5 


9 


U. of Mass - Dartmouth 


2 


6 


Southern Indiana 


1 


18 


Southern Indiana 


4 


8 


Cardinal Stritch 


5 


1 


Cardinal Stritch 


2 


2 


Cardinal Stritch 


4 


7 


Cardinal Stritch 


3 


2 


SLU 


5 


10 


Millikin 


9 


10 


Eastern Illinois 


2 


10 


Eastern Illinois 





7 


S1UE 


15 


5 


Missouri Baptist 


3 


7 


Missouri Baptist 


14 


15 


Olivet Nazarene 





2 


Olivet Nazarene 


1 


2 


Lindenwood 


7 


9 


Lindenwood 


2 


14 


Harris-Stowe 


4 


6 


Harris-Stowe 


10 


5 


Washington U. 


5 


6 


U. of Southern Indiana 


6 


11 


U. of Southern Indiana 


8 


14 


College of St. Francis 


1 


20 


College of St. Francis 


3 


13 


Trinity Christian 


12 


7 


Trinity Christian 


10 


6 


Culver-Stockton 


6 


5 


Bradley U. 


7 


9 


Bradley U. 


2 


6 


UMSL 


3 


10 


UMSL 





8 


SIUE 


2 


20 



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1992-1993 McKendrean 




Benson Wood Art Building- 
My second home 

I would like to thank the people that supported me 
throughout the whole book ... it has been a difficult 
road to travel, but we made it. A big thank you goes 
out to my Assistant Editor Kimberly Cole. What would 
I have done without you?!? And to Kim Lobring, what 
can I say??? You saved my life! Thank you for your 
time and assistance. And Finally, a thank you to Scott 
Wilson, for being supportive and willing to help in any 
way you could. 

This book is dedicated to my friend, Mike McAfee, 
who unfortunately can't be with us to see the finished 
product. Mike, I hope that you would like the results. 
I speak for many people when I say that we miss you 
greatly . . . 

Keri 



Editor: 

Keri Smith 
Assistant Editor: 

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