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As the new editor of the 1994 McKendrean Yearbook, I hope you enjoy all the time and effort that was put
into this Yearbook. Even though it is a little late, we have been working on it constantly to get it done. Our theme
is "It's All A Mystery" or why the Yearbook was never finished in 1994. We are sorry if everything did not get
in due to the limited resources we had to work with and the pressures of trying to get this Yearbook done. I want
to thank Tammy Setzekorn and Jason Zimmer for all their help. I would also like to thank the McKendree Review
for additional pictures.
Mike McCann made a special trip back to McKendree from London,
England, to have his picture taken for the '93 Yearbook.
Unfortunately, his picture was left out. Therefore, this picture of Mike
on page one of the '94 Yearbook is especially for him.
On behalf of the McKendree Family I would like to thank you and your staff for all the work you put into the
making of this yearbook. Without your persistence I'm sure we would not have achieved our goal. My personal
thanks to you. Tammy and Jason.
David L. Ottinger
Prof, of Art
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Case: The Search
In 1994, the search was on to find a new
president to replace President TenBrink who
was retiring. Everyone on campus anxiously
awaited news about who would be the next
President of McKendree College. Finally, the
first big mystery was solved when Mc-
Kendree chose Dr. James M. Dennis.
1 . An NSO member helps carry stuff in. 2. Conan
Michelle Luitjohan roll toilet paper. 3. Lisa Czari
of unpacking to do. 4. Natalie Van Rossum is tal
•■— 1. Conan Meadows, Michelle Luitjohan, Jason Zimmer
>:).» I I and Dana Long play with toilet paper. 2. Natalie Van
'" ' '1 Rossum getting ready to take a ride. 3. Where does this
. go? 4. NSO members helping new students.
1. Dr. Anderson and his artwork. 2. Dr.
Sparhawk teaches the finer points of So-
ciology. 3. New way to teach. 4. A very
intuitive class. 5. Penda Evans and Bran-
dy Gambill paying attention?
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1. New Concept; Teachers as food servers? 2. Dr.
Stacey-Doyle's class attentive? 3. Ugh! A test in Dr.
McChesney's class. 4. A teacher congratulates two
seniors. 5. An outside history class with Dr. Folk.
^ 1. Scott Heffren roams the salad bar at Ames. 2. Gina Holliday shows M ^
off her miUion dollar smile. 3. A McKendree student usmg her library ^W W A
skills. 4. Jenifer Elias is part of the McKendree Zoo Crew. 5. Jenifer ^^^^^ ^
Elias and friends sit on the side and talk.
1. Two students show Japanese items. 2. A demonstration on Japanese writing. 4. Dr.
Reynolds tries international cuisine. 5. A student displays many Japanese items.
1. Many traditional Japanese items are displayed. 2. A student watches
as another student demonstrates Japanese writing. 3. Lori Goodwin likes
the paper art. 4. A Japanese dance is performed.
1. The 87th Illinois Infantry Regiment's flag. 2. The Union Army waiting for
a command. 3. A young soldier carrying the flag. 4. The Union Army standing
at attention. 5. The Confederate Army receiving commands.
I. The Union Soldiers marching in to war. 2. The Confederate Army down but
fighting. 3. Three Southern Belles. 4. The Confederate Army marching to the beat
of the drum. 5. The Union Soldiers fire on command. 6. McKendree Choir sings
1. Afternoon tea on the patio. 2. Jenifer Elias throws
flowers in the face. 3. Conan Meadows hears the
girls talking. 4. Conan Meadows leaves fast. 5. Ray
and Dr. Brailow greet each other. 6. Shawna Clev-
enger and Dr. Brailow smile at each other.
1. A cast member tnes to light an oil lamp^ 2. Something
exciting is about to happen. 3. A tender moment. 4. Jen-
ifer Elias says something funny. 5. A confusing moment
for everybody. 6. Conan Meadows and Dr. Brailow have
a chat. 7. Ray making his grand appearance.
1. Four ladies perform a Russian dance. 2. Three men do dem
onstrations. 3. A lady performs a Russian tradition. 4. A tradi
tional Russian dance being performed.
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Russian dancers next Rocket-
tes? 2. Traditional Russian band
performs. 3. Three men perform a
Russian dance. 4. Russian dancers
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1. An Indian woman preparing for burial. 2. An Indian
Chief rides down the street. 3. Digging a burial site. 4.
Doing an Indian tradition. 5. Praying for the dead. 6.
McKendree professor lends a helping hand. 7. Getting
ready for the Indian burial. 8. Looking off into the dis-
tance. 9. Starting the Indian burial.
Young Sun Kim
Karri Tasset Ziesset
David J. Ahola, Ph.D
Ted R. Anderson, Ph.D
William Chad Brown
Remo Castrale, Ph.D.
Glen E. Chapius
Tamara S. Comley
Glenda Sue Cordon
Charles L. Davis, Ph.D.
Marie A. Dickerson
Mary Frances Daylor
Lynn C. Eichelberger
Rev. Phillip P. Gardner
Edward A. Glowatski. Ed.D.
Barbara E. Gordon. Ph.D.
Marilyn J. Huxford, Ph.D.
R.E. Douglas Jone.s, Ph.D.
Kim F. Lobring
Norman P. Madsen, Ph.D.
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Robert L. McChesney. Hd.D.
Joyce C. Miller
Joni J. Mitchell
Stanley R. Osterhage
Marsha I.. Peck
Melanie S, Rahll
Sister Gabrielle Rowe, Ph.D
Marjorie A. Snep
Kim H. Song. Ed.D.
Frank Spreng, Ph.D
Michele Stacey-Doyle, Ph.D.
Christopher D. Stanley, Ph.D.
Linda K. Stickler
Robert J. Treat. D.Min.
Janice M. Wiegmann
1. MELI: McKendree English
Language Institute 2. Resident
1 . Las Vegas comes to McKendree. 2. Try your luck. 3. Pick
a number, any number. 4. Easy come, easy go. 5. 1 prefer
Scrabble, ifs cheaper.
1. Number 22 goes for the dunk. 2.
Bye-Bye ball. Hello point. 3. Eejuan
Riddle watches intensely. 4. Jon
Kraus goes for two. 5. Eejuan Riddle
waits for the rebound.
Intense watching. 2 1 hope I make it. 3. No fighting
now! 4. The ball anybody? 5. Yes' 6. I want it!
1. Our best players. 2. A McKendree block. 3. Strategy session. 4. I've got it! 5. Slam
that ball! 6. Good job! 7. McKendree Volleyball Team.
1. Warming up. 2. A strike? 3. I'm so
close. 4. Good job. ladies. 5. Going for
the strike. 6. Safe!
1. 1 hope this is a home run. 2. 1 hit the ball. 3. Please let
me get a hit. 4. Oh man! I got dirty! 5. I caught it!
Soccer P^^ -■ ' ' '
1. Let's get pumped up. 2. Ready, set. kick. 3. Crowd in sus-
pense. 4. Good, game. Good game.
1. Let's run this play. 2. Pass the ball to me. 3. Get
ready! 4. Who wants the ball? 5. Early arrivers. 6.
Tough play. 7. Warm-up kicks.
Defense! 2. Run! 3. A goal? 4.
Ball? 5. I've got it! 6. Good Kick! 7
A play on the arm.
^ ^ ^ ^ A. .A. .A. .A. .A. .A. ^ '■ Sleeping on thejob? 2. Big smiles! 3. The next
AAAAAAAAAAJ Rockettes';' 4. Go Bearcats!
Pom Pons and Cheerleaders
What a life! 2. Where's the ball? 3
What a swing! 4. Don't get tee'd off!
McKendree Golf Team. 2. Lining up the shot. 3. It's so heavy!
3 4. Not too hard!
Say cheese! 2. All smiles. 3. A helping hand. 4. Dr. Huxford's class. 5. Jamaican
school children. 6. Taking a break.
1. Future McKendrean? 2. All smiles. 3. The cap
says it all. 4. Dr. Reynolds and a happy graduate. 5.
This is your day.
1. Three happy graduates. 2. Congratulations, son. 3. Please don't
rain on my parade.
Laughing together one last time. 2. I'm so proud of you. 3. Three
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