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MCKENDREE COLLEGE 




MCKENDREAN 




1967 






LEBANON, ILLINOIS 






V 



TABLE 



OF 



CONTENTS 




SPECIAL EVENTS 7 

GRADUATES 41 

UNDER- 
GRADUATES.... 59 

WHO'S WHO 89 

FACULTY, 
STAFF &. 
ADMINISTRA- 
TION 103 

ORGANIZA- 
TIONS 133 

ATHLETICS 165 

ACTIVITIES 189 



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Queen's Court (left to right): Patti Witt (Retiring Queen), Anne Saxton, Karen Baker, Queen Rhuann Tolliver, 
Linda Harris, Sandy Hurst, and Ramona Johnson. 




An 
Old-Fashioned 
Christmas 



The dance was especially gratifying to the large num- 
ber of those who attended. 



The Queen candidates all posed for this particu- 
larly becoming shot. Karen Baker and Linda Harris 
seem to find pleasure in Rhuann's glory. 




McKendree 91 Culver-Stockton 86 




Bob Linton passes hurriedly to Ron Matikitis to 
escape being either knocked down or falling out of 
bounds. 




At halftime Vickie Coleman gives the award to 
Bing Fleming for being McKendree's ugliest man. 



The crowd finds joy and chaos as the Bearcats take the lead for the first time in the game with 2:49 remaining 
in the game. 




Miss Tolliver enjoys the Queen's 
Dance with her escort, Tom Tucker. 




Queen Rhuann Tolliver 




Louisville, Illinois is the home of McKendree's 
Queen. In these pictures, Miss Tolliver relaxes 
from her studies. She is an elementary educa- 
tion major. 




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Queen Candidates Karen Baker 



Miss Baker enjoys a variety of entertain- 
ments, including chess. Ovid, New York 
is her home and education is her major. 






Linda Harris 




The President of Student Congress is 
also an attractive Queen candidate. Miss 
Harris is from Roseville, Michigan, and 
is a major in physical education. 





Miss Patricia Anne Saxton 
Junior Maid 




Miss Saxton is fond of mu- 
sic and plays the piano and 
sings in the McKendree 
Choir. Anne is from Leba- 
non and is majoring in art. 



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Miss Sandra Hurst 
Sophomore Maid 



Tilden, Illinois claims Miss Hurst as its 
favorite daughter, and a good choice 
they make. Sandy is majoring in elemen- 
tary education. 




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Miss Rarmona Johnson 
Freshman Maid 




Miss Johnson takes a cof- 
fee break in the Campus 
Center to break the monot- 
ony of school work. She is 
an education major from 
Madison, Illinois. 




Ferox took first place with this portrayal of the coming together of the "Alumni Spe- 
cial" and the "Student Special." 



Dorm Decs Add to 
Homecoming Spirit 



Clark Hall's Snoopy warns 
of the impending McK vic- 
tory over Culver-Stockton 
and thus picked up second 
place in the Dorm Decs 
competition. 



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Homecoming 
Parade 



Clionians travel to McK upon receiving word that McK 
was accepting women and thus took home third place. 




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Plato submitted this winning float which depicted the beginnings of Mc- 
Kendree. 

Peter Cartwright led McK to victory both then and Queen Candidates Rhoann Tolliver, Lin Harris and 
now as Ferox finished second with this float. Karen Baker. 




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Color and 
Gaiety Prevailed 




Dr. Rice showed McK students a bit of the past with 
this antique. 




The dance provided quite a switch from the parade. 

Retiring Queen Patt, (Schaefer) Witt crowns her The Clique entertained on Sunday as a conclusion 

successor, Rhuann Tolliver. to the weekend. 





Bing Fleming, Philo 1st 




John Peterson, Ferox 



UGLY MAN AIDS CHEERLEADERS 





Mark Reich, Carnegie Hall 



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Barnett Hall, Deneen Center 
Dedicated 




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Plaque to be placed at site of 
the former Deneen home. 



Dr. Manuel, Dr. Dysinger, Mr. 
Akers, and Dr. Voigt find 
something to laugh at. 



Milburn Akers, Chairmanof the 
Board, McKendree College 




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Bob Aguzzi (I.) watches Brenda Reynolds win 
first with her pantomime. 




Al Johnson won the Booby Prize for the worst 
skit. 




Philo ties for second with this skit by Scott 
Tucker, Bing Fleming, and Rick Carpenter. 



Guy Lahr and Ralph Bleck helped the Clark 
Hall resident staff tie for second with this 
skit. 



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New 



Student 

Week 



Mrs. Jacolick serves the first 
McK meal to new students 
and their families. 





New Student Week 
mixer gets people bet- 
ter acquainted. 



Diana Brooks teams 
up with Cletus Davis 
as part of the fun and 
games of orientation. 




Karen Nottrott puts 
away her clothes 
under the watchful 
eye of her mother. 



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upper classmen watch the freshmen take part 
in their Olympic games. 



Freshmen run wheelbarrow races in the muddy 
dust bowl. 



Initiation 




Freshmen await 
the arrival of the 
1 st heat winners. 




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Ferox 




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Graduation 1966 







Ruth Ann Hanes 



Joyce Mason 



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This is a small portion of the dresses which were modeled. 






Alpha Omegans serve guests 

Alpha Omega 
Fashion Show 



Sandy Brock 



Dr. Voigt presents silver tea 
service to Mrs. Jacolick as 
Kathy Edwards looks on. 




29 




Judge Skip Foy 



The defense: Gary Eastridge, 
Scott Tucker, and Carl Pagles. 





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Guilty . . . 





Doug Grimm 



Prosecutors: Bob Thaxton and Ed 
McGlynn 



Jeff Carling 



Or Not Guilty 





Dave Cordes 



Carl Pagles 



Kathi Meggs 



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Mrs. Paul A. Douglas cam- 
paigned at McKendree in a 
losing battle. Warren McCollum 
and Cecil Penn ply her with 
questions. 



Politics and World Events 
Are Special Too 



John Akar spoke to Mc- 
Kendree students from an 
African point of view towards 
the United States and its for- 
eign policies. 




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Folk Singing 

and 
More Politics 



Sam Hinton gives a few 
pointers to Becky 
Brown following his as- 
sembly program of folk- 
songs. 




Maxwell Primack, unsuccessful write-in candiate for the U.S. Senate, chats with McKendreans Jim 
Bridges, Renette Thiessen, Terry Hartmann, Kathy Edwards, and Joe Scola during his campaign trip to 
McKendree. 




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Rewards of 
Practice Are 
Special Too 



Jean Hinchcliffe poses 
for pictures following a 
brilliant performance of 
her junior organ recital. 
It was the most out- 
standing student recital 
in recent memory. 



Jerry Boner receives the first Vesely Memorial Scholarship for athletics from Mrs. Vesely, widow of the late 
McKendree Director of Athletics, and Dr. Voigt. President of McKendree. 




34 



Deneen Campus Center Board 
Is Formed 






Campus Center Director, Sherry Smith 



The Deneen Campus Center Board was brought into 
being in the spring of 1966 in order to establish work- 
ing policies and guidelines for the new Campus Center. 
The board was composed of three students, two faculty 
members, and one administrator, plus Dr. Voigt, ex- 
officio. The three students were John Rainbolt, Betty 
Braemmeir and David Eadie. Mr. Leas and Coach Statham 
represented the faculty while Dr. Manuel sat in for the 
administration. 

The board met regularly throughout the summer get- 
ting ready for the opening of school and of the center. 
In August, Mrs. Sherry Smith came to McKendree as a 
very welcome addition to the campus as the director of 
the center. 

The board has continued to meet as needed to es- 
tablish and interpret Campus Center policy. 



35 



Junior-Senior Prom 1966 




Prof, and Mrs. Charles Alcorn enjoy a dance at the Prom which featured the music of the "Top Brass" so- 
ciety dance band. 



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Highlights Spring Semester 



McKendreans treated themselves to an evening of dining and dancing. 





The McKendree choir, di- 
rected by Prof. Glenn 
Freiner, presented a pro- 
gram of choral, ensemble, 
and solo music with both 
organ and orchestral ac- 
companiment. 



Christmas Concert 1966 



The drama department 
also helped in the Christ- 
mas Concert by present- 
ing a mime of the "Feast 
of Christmas" which was 
sung by the choir. The 
actors were directed by 
Miss Annette Mulvany of 
the speech department. 




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Branford, Conn. 



Jeanette Anderson 
Belleville, III. 



Vicki Andricks 
O'Fallon, III. 





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Decatur, III. 



June Bartle 
Pinckneyville, III. 







Jane Birchler 
Cutler, III. 



Ralph Bleck 
Califon, N. J. 



Sandra Brock 
West Frankfort, III. 61 





Gail Bryden 
Godfrey, III. 



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Harry Buehne 
O'Fallon. III. 



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Eris Carter 
Tilden, III. 






David Cordes 
Wood River, III. 



Simone Daesch 
Smithton, III. 



Charles Dartt 
East St. Louis, III. 






Harry DeOld 
62 North Caldwell, II 



Gary Dollinger 
Troy, III. 



Gary Eastridge 
Quarryville, Pa. 






Wayne Edell 
Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. 



Sandra Elliott 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Lance Gauble 
Girard, III. 





Chris Gitcho 
Granite City, III. 



Douglas Grimm 
Collinsville, III. 






David Habermehl 
Belleville, III. 



John Hadden 
Jacksonville, III 



Diana Hedrick 
Maryville, III. 



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Jean Ellen Hinchcliffe 
O'Fallon, III. 



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David Hohman 
Red Bud, III. 






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William Holt 
Greensboro, N. C. 





Robert Jiaconia 
Union, N. J. 



Victor Kapatanovic 
Chicago, Ind. 






Raymond Koca 
64 Downers Grove, II 



Gary Lawrence 
East Alton, III. 



Al Locarni 
Rockleigh, N. J. 





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Judith E. Lunnemann 
Pinckneyville, III. 



Gregory Martin 
Belleville, III. 



Linda Meredith 
Flora, III. 




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Gary Moergen 
Believille, III. 





Henry Moy 
Atlantic City, N.J. 






Bi Hie Sue Mueller 
New Athens, III. 



Jim Nail 
O'Fallon, III. 



Glenn Oliphant 
West Caldwell, N.J. 65 






Mary Palek 
Nashville, III. 



Pamela Paxton 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Richard W. Phillips 
Westfield, Mass. 







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Robert B. Porter 
South Madison, N. J. 




Brenda Reynolds 
Harrisburg, III. 




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Edward Speidel 
66 St. Jacob, III. 




Sue Smith 
Springfield, Mo. 



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Daniel Strobo 
Hazel Crest, III. 






Fred Swartz 
Woonsocket, R. I. 



Mohamad Tabatabai 
Tehran, Iran 



Nicholas Tropiano 
Philadelphia, Pa. 





James Tucci 
Westreading, Pa. 



Scott Tucker 
Oneida, III. 






James Turner 
Christopher, III. 



Robert Wallace 
Carbondale, III. 



Karla Wisely 
Elkville, III. 



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Doug Ashby 
Gillespie, III. 



Judy Beasley 
Caseyville, III. 



Robert Bridges 
Chicago, III. 






Roselyn Buehne 
O'Fallon, III. 



Richard Carpenter 
Belleville, III. 



Vicki Coleman 
Percy, III. 





Wayne Jackson 
Hillsboro, III. 



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Mike Johnson 
Rozana, III. 



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Susan Dalton 
Collinsville, III. 









Marianna Davis 
New Baden, III. 



Ellz Doerwald 
Newton, New Jersey 



Clifford Downen 
Herrin, III. 




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John Drevicki 
Reading, Pa. 



Kathy Edwards 
Collinsville, III. 



Joan Elliot 
Collinsville, II 




Jim Etherton 
72 Carbondale, III. 





Nancy Gardner 
Troy, III. 




Chris Gillespie 
Metropolis, III. 




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Edward Graves 
Du Quoin, III. 




David Hampleman 
Sandoval, III. 






Janice Harpstrite 
New Baden, III. 



Randy Horman 
Metropolis, III. 



Teri Kennedy 
Cahokia, III. 






Patricia Knop 
Campbell Hill, III. 



Margaret Kuhn 
Niagara Falls 



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Collinsville, III. 




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Linda Lindley 
Grayville, III. 




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Steve Lindsey 
Girard, III. 







Gordon Link 
Frankfort, III. 






David Lonis 
lion, New York 



Wilmar Losch 
Jacksonville, III. 



Jeanne Manning 
Virden, III. 




Joyce Mason 
74 GraniteCity, III. 




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Orland Park, III 




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Belleville, III. 





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Ewing, III. 




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Normal, III. 







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Divermon, III. 




Barbara North 
Lebanon, III. 




Karen K. Nottrott 
Dupo, III. 




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Springfield, III. 





James Ramsay 
West Franfort, III. 75 




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Ashlend, III. 




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Berwyn, III. 




James Thompson 
Cahokia, III. 







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Collinsville, III. 




Linda McDuffy 
Carlyle, III. 




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Dan Williams 
76 Venice, III. 



Herb Winemiller 
Whittington, III. 



Marion Zeisset 
Edwardsville, III. 





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Gillespie, III. 



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Fred Robinson 
Carlinville, III. 




David Rose 
Canton, Ohio 





Marcia Scanlan 
Nashville, III. 



James Shaw 
Cutler, III. 




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Troy, III. 




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Danville, III. 



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Webster Groves, Mo. 77 









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Springfield, III. 



Donna Adams 
Springfield, III. 



Patty Agles 
Lebanon, III. 




MikeBastilla 
Highland, III. 




Robert Binder 
Clayton, Mo. 




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Grand Island, N. Y. 






Johnnie Blackburn 
Girard, III. 



Janet Boomer 
Maroa, III. 



Barbara Broeckling 

Mascoutah, III. 79 






Rebecca Browne 
St. Lewis, Mo. 



Virginia Brown 
Jacob, III. 



Byron Calvert 
Martinsville, III. 






Sue Christner 
Alexandria, Va. 



Cletus Davis 
Enfield, III. 



Marguerite Delente 
Lebanon, III. 






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Rodger Dowd 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Karen Eiler 
Highland, III. 



Patricia Georg 
New Athens, III. 




Mary LoGindler 
Troy, III. 





Thomas Harris 
Granite City, III. 




Delores Hayer 
Sparta, III. 




Jay Hodges 
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Ted Janoski 
Richview, III. 






Al Johnson 
Rochester, III 









Ramona Johnson 
Madison, III. 



Dave Jones 
Wood River, III 



Sharon Kennelly 
Burlington, Wis. 




Dennis Korte 
Lebanon, III. 







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Lee Ladinsky 
Creve Coeur, Mo. 




Linda Lee 
Chatham, III. 






Meribeth Lerner 
Carbondale, III. 



Leslie Lieberstein 
PalosPark, III. 



Diana Lockwood 
Hoyleton, III. 




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82 Greenville, III. 



Warren McCollom 
White Hall, III. 



John McCormack 
St. Louis, Mo. 






Janet Mansker 
Rockwood, III. 



Chip Marshall 
Rushville, III. 



Phyllis Medcalf 
New Baden, III. 






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West York, III. 



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Marion, III. 



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Coulterville, III. 





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Mascoutah, II 



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Normal, III. 



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Pawnee, III. 83 




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Du Quoin, III. 





Diane Osborn 
Hillsdale, N.Y. 



Ken Payne 
Macedonia, II! 





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Urbana, III. 




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Sparta, III. 






Dede Rhoades 
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Terry Rosenburgh 
Belleville, III. 



Micheal Rutledge 
Arthur, III. 






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Toledo, III. 



Rick Schutta 
Orchard Park, NY. 



Steve Shaw 
GraniteCity, III. 




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Chester, III. 



William Smoltz 
Arlington Heights, III. 






Rickey Stahl 
Smithton, III. 



Glenda Stephenson 
Sparta, III. 



Helen Stroup 
Carbondale, III. 



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Jacqueline Svanda 
Steeleville, III. 



Nancy Svanda 
Sparta, III. 




Dennis Swick 
Summit, N.J. 





George Taylor 
Alton, III. 



MarjorieTebbe 
Highland, III. 





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Beverly Terry 
Venice, III. 



Jack Tolliver 
Venice, III. 



Beth Tompkins 
LeRoy, III. 






Tish Watson 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Dana Weiss 
Augusta, III. 



Robert Wenderoth 
Milford.Ohio 




Stu Westerman 
Park Forest, III. 






Terry Whitkanack 
Toledo, III. 









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David Williams 
Olive, III. 



Kathy Williams 
Belleville, III. 



Barry Wright 
Media, Pa. 



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Who's Who 








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Who's Who 



Each year certain students meeting cer- 
tain requirements are nominated for the Who's 
Who Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities. This is to explain how these 
students, on our campus, become part of 
this publication. 

Senior students who meet the criteria for 
nomination are screened by the Registrar and 
the faculty. A student advisory ballot is taken 
and the Faculty Committee on Student Life 
makes the final decision. 

The qualities considered in prospective 
nominees are those suggested by the editors 
of Who's Who Among Student in American Col- 
leges and Universities: the student's excel- 
lence and sincerity in scholarship; his leader- 
ship and participation in extracurricular and 
academic activities; his citizenship and ser- 
vice to the school; and his promise of future 
usefulness to business and society. 




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DIANE BAUMANN A.B. 



Alpha Omega Social Society president 
Diane Baumann of Belleville is an elementary 
education major and a socio-minor. 

Diane is a Student Congress represen- 
tative and was a representative last year also. 
She is a resident adviser at the women's new 
residence hall. 

As a member of the Public Affairs Forum, 
Diane was the assistant secretary-general 
of the organization last year. She is also a 
member of the Spanish Club, the newly formed 
Newman Club and Student Education 
Association. 




MARY BRANDENBURG A.B. 



Mary is the wife of Prof. Ronald Branden- 
burg of the science division of the college, an 
art major, and an education minor. Here at 
McKendree Mary has been in the Art Club and 
the International Relations Club. She is active 
is the Student Education Association and has 
already been hired in the Belleville public 
schools to teach art. 



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DAVE EADIE A.B. 



David A. Eadie of 
Decatur was last 
year's editor of the 
McKendree Review. 
Before being editor 
Dave was a staff 
reporter, sports edi- 
tor, and make-up 
editor. He is pres- 
ently special events 
editor of the Mc- 
Kendrean. 

Dave has been 
quite active in Philo 
during his three years 
at McKendree. His 
offices include cor- 
responding secre- 
tary, treasurer, and 
his present office of 
president of the or- 
ganization. 

Not only has Dave 
had an interest in the 
campus community, 
and has been a mem- 
ber of student Con- 
gress, but he has 
also been interested 
in the national and 
international scene 
and has been a mem- 
ber of the Public Af- 
fairs Forum. 

He is presently the 
assistant to the chap- 
lain at the college and 
at Lebanon's Meth- 
odist Church. Dave 
hopes to someday 
become a college 
campus minister. 



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Lebanon. Illinois 93 



A sociology major, Kenneth C. Frazer of Chester has 
been quite active at McKendree during his four years 
here. A member of Phi Rho Chi (Ferox) since his sopho- 
more year, Ken has been treasurer and is presently the 
organization's president. 

Ken, a psychology minor, served on the student con- 
duct committee for two years. He was president of the 
sophomore class. 

He has lettered in tennis for two years and is a mem- 
ber of the newly formed Lettermen's Club. Ken is also a 
member of the Student Congress and has been both 
junior and senior class representatives. 

After obtaining a master's degree, Ken hopes to go 
into public relations work. 



Kenneth C Frazer 






RUTH ANN HANES A.B. 



Ruth Ann is an active member of Alpha 
Omega Society and is presently the acting 
secretary. She is also an active member in 
the Women's Society of Christian Service. 

As a elementary education major, Ruth Ann 
is a member of the Student Education Asso- 
ciation and is currently its president. She 
also works with the Religious Life Commis- 
sion and the Methodist Student Movement. 

Ruth Ann is a dean's list student and plans 
to teach school in the primary grades for two 
years before going on to get her master's 
degree. 



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JUDY HUFF B.S. 



A chemistry major and a math minor, Judy was honored 
with the annual science award given at the Honors Day as- 
sembly last June. 

Having been at McKendree all four years, Judy has ac- 
cumulated a grade point average of 3.6 out of a possible 
4.0 points. 

Judy plans to do high school teaching for two years before 
continuing on to graduate school at Washington University. 



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John Rainbolt first attended McKendree between 1948 and 
1951, during which time he was a member of the Platonian Lit- 
erary Society. During his last year here he was appointed to 
McKendree's long range planning committee. He is also the chair- 
man of the campus center board. 

A dean's list student, John was a Student Congress repre- 
sentative last year. A member of Toastmasters International, 
he is also a Mason and a Shriner. 

John will attend the graduate school of Southern Illinois Uni- 
versity, where he will continue studying in his major field, psy- 
chology. 




JOHN RAINBOLT A.B. 



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TOSHIKO SCHWERDFEGER A.B. 



Toshi, formerly of Tokyo, Japan, came 
from Tokyo to study at McKendree after two 
years at Chiba University. 

Often seen in McKendree's art building, 
Toshi is an art major. Her minor field of studies 
is biology. 

A 1965 McKendree Homecoming Queen 
candidate, Toshi was a member of the social 
dance club at Chiba U., as well as the English 
club. 

Toshi plans to attend graduate school 
also. 



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Renette has been quite active in various fields here at McKend- 
ree. She is the action chairman of the Religious Life Commission, 
is program chairman of the Public Affairs Forum and is a member of 
the Alpha Omega Society. 

She is also an active member of the McKendree Review. Being 
both a news reporter and a feature editor this year and last year. 
Renette has been an honor student and is the coordinator for the 
East St. Louis inner-city project. 

She hopes to do graduate work in special education. 

RENETTE THIESSEN A.B. 




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ADMINISTRATION 




EDWIN EDGAR VOIGT, President 



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DR. WENDELL S. DYSINGER, Academic Dean 



Administration 



DR. PAUL G. MANUEL, 
Dean of Students 





VERNON SNEAD, Business Manager 



DR. CLYDE R. FUNFHOUSER, 
Vice President and Director of De- 
velopment 



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MRS. VIRGINIA GILLESPIE, 
Registrar 



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MISS SAMMIE JONES, 
Dean of Women 



REV. DAVID DURHAM, 
Director of Religious Life 






ROBERT PAUL FITCH, 
Head Librarian 



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GEORGE PENCE, 
Director of Admissions 




IONE PENCE, 
Admissions Counsellor 



DENVER HAMMONDS, 
Assistant Business Manager 




DORIS SNEAD, 
Secretary 





SHEILA HUFFMAN, 
Secretary 




KATHI MEGGS, 
Secretary 




Administrative 
Staff 



DAVE EADIE, 
Assistant to Chaplain 



ERMA MURPHY, 
Bookkeeper 




HAROLD OPPITZ, 
Cashier 



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PAT DAVIS, 
Receptionist 





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NIGEL HOLDERBY, 
Secretary 




MRS. SNYDER, 
Secretary 





DORIS WEBER, 
Secretary 



MRS. CUMMINS, 
Secretary 



RUTHELLEN PEGG, 
Secretary 







DIANE BERQUIST, 
Secretary 



MRS. GERSTENECKER. 
Secretary 



MRS. HOUGHLAND, 
Secretary 




KEN EVANS, 
Business Office 




BARBARA NORTH 
Secretary 



MRS. ROGERS 
Secretary 





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COOKS: Marcella Iberg, Geraldene Nailing, Francis Burns, Margaret MRS. DONELDA JACOLICK 

Giger, Ivy Votrain, Irene Frame, Beth Baer. Director of Food Services 





DOROTHY MOSS, 
Nurse 

JOE BONER, 
Buildings and Grounds Super- 
intendent 




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MRS. MARCELLA KECK, 
Bookstore Manager 



CUSTODIANS AND SHOP: Charlie Johnson, Harry Bolar, Gotlieb 
Hoack. Ronald Anheuser, Roy Ward, Joe Boner, Bill Stuart, Jim 
Hodgkinson, Albert Fohne, Roonie Moodispaugh, John Fischer, 
Phil Gehminn, Bill Harman. 





Resident Staff 



JOHN HAMILTON 
Philo 




KEN FRAZER 
Cartwright 



DAVE BRICKER 
Plato 





ROB PORTER and CARL PAGLES, Clark 



MR. and MRS. JOHN SCHIEPPE 
Carnegie 




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Science 

and 

Mathematics 




FRED FLEMING 
B.S., Indiana Central College; 
A.B., Indiana Central College; 
M.S., University of Wyoming. 
Division Chairman, Biology. 




LESTER WICKS 

B.S., St. Louis University; M.A., St. 
Louis University; Ph.D., Washing- 
ton University. 
Chemistry. 



CECIL HARRIS 
B.S., University of Illinois; 
M.N.S., Arizona State Univer- 
sity. 





RONALD W. BRANDENBURG 
B.A., Manchester College; M.S. 
due University. 
Physics. 





ROBERT VAN DAN ELZEN 

B.S. in Ed., Southern Illinois University; 

M.S. in Ed., Southern Illinois University. 

Mathematics. 




RICHARD W. ZEISSET 
Student-Faculty Member. 



Language and Literature 



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RICHARD HOPKINS 

B.A., Reed College; M.A., Washing 

ton University. 

English. 





MARY CAROL CHESTER 
A.B., Duke University 
M.A., University of Illinois 
English 




EUGENE E. SEUBERT 
A.B., University of Missouri; 
A.M., Washington Univer- 
sity. 
English. 





ANNETTE M. MULVANY 

B.S., Southern Illinois University; 

M.A., Southern Illinois University. 

Speech. 



MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS 
B.S.S., Northwestern Univer- 
sity; M.A., University of Illinois. 
Speech. 



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RICHARD N. THOMPSON 
A.B., Cornell University; B.S. in 
Sec. Ed., Muhlenberg College; 
M.A., Lehigh University; B.D., 
Candler School of Theology, 
Emory University; LL.B., Uni- 
versity of San Francisco; 
Dr-lng., Technische Universitat. 
French, German, Spanish. 




MARINO GARCIA 

B.A., McKendree College; 

University of Missouri. 

Spanish. 




MRS. DIXON 
Vial College, France. 
Director of the Language Labora- 
tory. 




Teacher Preparation 







RALPH MARTY 
B.S., Bradley University; M.S., 
University of Illinois; ED.D., 
University of Southern Califor- 
nia. 
Division Chairman, EducatioO- 




BLANCHE TIBBETTS 
B.Ed., Western Illinois Uni- 
versity; M.A., University of 
Iowa. 
Education. 




CHARLES L. ALCORN 
A.B., Carson-Newman Col- 
lege; M.A., MacMurray Col- 
lege. 
Psychology. 



CURTIS TRAINER 

B.E.D., Southern Illinois Un 

versity; M.S., University of III 

nois; Ph.D., Washington Un 

versity. 

Education. 






JOHN SCHOON 

B.A., Central College; M.S., Indiana 
University; H.&S. Dir., Indiana Univer- 
sity. 
Physical Education. 





HARRY M. STATHAM 
A.B., McKendree College; 
M.S., University of Illinois. 
Physical Education, Director 
of Athletics. 



MARY ALCORN 
B.S., Mary Hardin-Baylor Col- 
lege; M.S., MacMurray College. 
Physical Education. 



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Fine Arts 





GLENN FREINER 
A.B., Mc Kendree College; 
M.M., Drake University. 
Division Chairman, Music. 



ORVILLE SCHANZ 
A.B., McKendree College; 
M.M.E., Drake University. 
Music, Art. 





GAIL DELENTE 

B.M., University of Tulsa; M.M. 

Washington University; Ph.D. 

Washington University. 

Music. 











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GLENN S. DISETH 

B.S., Maryville State College; 

M.A., University of Iowa. 

Art. 





GEORGE TUERCK 
Music. 




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Social Studies 



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OTHA LIONEL CLARK 
B.S., Arkansas Polytechnical Col- 
lege; B.D., McCormick Seminary; 
Fellowship Student, American 
School of Oriental Research of 
Jerusalem, University of Marburg, 
University of Berlin, University of 
Germany, Ph.D., University of Chi- 
cago. 
History. 



ROLAND P. RICE 
A.B., Hamlme Uni- 
versity; S.T.B., 
Harvard Univer- 
sity; Th.D., Burton 
Seminary; Ph.D., 
Boston University. 
Division Chairman, 
Philosophy, Reli- 
gion. 



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WILLIAM NORMAN GRANDY 
A.B., Lawrence College; B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute; 
Ph.D., Northwestern Univer- 
sity. 
Philosophy. 



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ROBERT BROWN 

A.B., McKendree College; M.A. 

George Peabody College. 

Sociology. 




RALPH W. SCHARNAU 
B.A., Beloit College; M.A., Uni 
versity of Illinois. 
History. 




ELDON DITTEMORE 

A.B., Central Normal College; M.S. 

Indiana University. 

Business. 




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PSYCHOLOGY 

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FINANCIAL AIDS 

STUDENT 
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CAROL F. LEAS 

M.B.A., Institute of Technology of 

Wright-Paterson Air Force Base. 

Business. 




JUDGE JAMES GRAY 
LL.D., St. Louis University. 
Business. 



HOWARD L. ROGERS 
B.A., Southern Illinois 
University; M.A., South- 
ern Illinois University. 
Economics. 





Dr. Wendell S. Dysinger, acting Academic 
Dean at McKendree College in Lebanon, re- 
ceived the C.A. Michelman Memorial Award 
from the Illinois Guidance and Personnel Asso- 
ciation at its annual meeting in Chicago on Sat- 
urday, October first. The award recognizes 
outstanding contributions to guidance and 
counselling and was presented in the pres- 
ence of some 1,000 members of the Associa- 
tion. 



ORGANIZATIONS 





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Alpha Omega 



The Alpha Omega Society, 
presently consisting of eigh- 
teen members, was chartered 
on November 23, 1954. Its 
purpose is to foster friendship 
among all McKendree stu- 
dents by sponsoring activities 
of interest, but it is concerned 
primarily with offering to each 
and every McKendree woman 
the opportunity for personal 
development. 





OFFICERS: (left to right): Barb Smith 
chaplain; Judy Lunnemann, scrapbook 
Diane Baumann, president; Peggy Weh- 
renberg, treasurer; Kathy Edwards 
vice-president; Ruth Ann Hanes, secre- 
tary; Joyce Mason, scrapbook. 



TOP TO 
BOTTOM: 
Joyce Mason, 
Judy Beasley, 
Pat Sheahan, Peg- 
gy Wehrenberg, Ruth 
Ann Hanes, Renette 
Thiessen, Gwynn Hol- 
sapple, Liz Powell, Barb 
Smith, June Bartle, Diane 
Baumann, Mary Branden- 
burg, Randy Horman, Simone 
Daesch, Kathy Edwards, Lora 
Venezia, Joan Elliott, Judy 
Lunnemann. 



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Clionian 
Literary 
Society 



ROW ONE: (bottom to top) Eris Carter, LuAnn Barnes, 
Vicky Coleman, Sue Smith, Sandra Elloitt, Mrs. Alcorn. 
ROW TWO: Vicki Andricks, Maureen Rawling, Ruann Tolli- 
ver, Patti Knop, Brenda Reynolds, Sandra Hurst. ROW 
THREE: Betsy Dorwald, Terri Kennedy, Joyce Newman, 
Lin Harris, Ann Saxton. 



OFFICERS: (left to right) Eris Carter, Vice 
President, LuAnn Barnes, President, Teri 
Kennedy, Treasurer, Betsy Dorwald, Sec- 
retary. 



The Clionian Literary Society, 
organized on December 6, 1969, is 
the direct result of the admission of 
women to McKendree College in 
September of that same year. 

The Society at present consists of 
seventeen members and continues 
to uphold the stated purpose of the 
society: to promote the literary and 
social development of its members. 




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ROW ONE: Nick Tropiano, Ken Frazer, George Fuiten, Joe Scola, Manny Formoso. 
ROW TWO: Lance Gauble, Steve Britko. ROW THREE: Dick Hays, Ray Koca. ROW 
FOUR: Elloit McDaniels, Bill Whitaker. ROW FIVE: Jay Hodges, Bob Bridges, Dave 
Hampleman. ROW SIX: Dave Lonis, Bob Hamilton, John Peterson, Steve Stanley. 



Ferox 



OFFICERS: Ken Frazer, President; George Fuiten, 
Vice President; Lance Gauble, Treasurer; John 
Peterson, Sgt.-of-Arms; Steve Britko, Secretary. 




The most recent men's organiza- 
tion was established on McKen- 
dree's campus in the fall of 1963. 

The cooperative efforts of the 
members have resulted in many ac- 
tivities which benefit the campus, 
and fulfill their purpose: to promote 
service and social activities. 



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ROW ONE: Mr. Alcorn, Scott Tucker, 
Barry Sasso, Carl Pagles. ROW TWO: 
Larry Lee, Dick Phillips, Jim Turner, 
John Hamilton, Dave Eadie, Dan Stro- 
bo, Bob Jiaconia, Glenn Oliphant. ROW 
THREE: Louis Capozzoli, Jim Thomp- 
son, Bob Limpus, Bob Dart. 



The Philosophian Literary Society, 
the oldest literary society west of 
the Alleghenies, was formed on Mc- 
Kendree's campus in 1837. 

Philo offers to each member the 
opportunity for total involvement on 
the college campus, and preparation 
for further involvement in society, 
because of this, many Philo members 
have achieved recognition for their 
contributions to society. 





OFFICERS: Bob Dart, Second Critic; Larry Lee, 
Corresponding Secretary; Scott Tucker, First 
Critic; John Hamilton, Recording Secretary; Jim 
Turner, Vice President; Dave Eadie, President. 



Philosophian 
Literary 
Society 



PLEDGES- ROW ONE: Russel Smith, Rick Car- 
penter, Dave Bissett, Tyrone Holliday. ROW TWO: 
Fred Robinson, Gary Eastridge. ROW THREE: Al 
Johnson, John Fenoli. ROW FOUR: Cletus Davis, 
Steve McFall. 




FIRST ROW: (left to right) Mr. Pence, Joe Boner, Bob Smith, Skip Foy. 
SECOND ROW: Dave Bricker, Doug Grimm, Gary Dollinger, Carl Ething- 
ton, Ed Wegner. THIRD ROW: Guy Lahr, Bob Thaxton, Al Fischer, Dave 
Sheahan. 



Platonian Social Society 



OFFICERS (left to right): Bob Thaxton, Secretary; 
Dave Bricker, President; Guy Lahr, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Ed Wegner, Treasurer. 



Plato, organized in 1849, was first 
known as the Platonian Literary So- 
ciety and offered to students assis- 
tance in the art of public speaking. 
This art was employed as the Soci- 
ety became involved in debates with 
the Philosophian Literary Society. 

In the fall of 1962, Plato rechart- 
ered as a social society and strives 
now to promote social activities for 
its members and other McKendree 
students. 




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SEATED (left to right): Diane Baumann, Guy Lahr, George Fuiten, LuAnn Barnes, 
Eris Carter. STANDING: Ken Frazer, Kathy Edwards, Dean Manuel, Dean Jones, 
Dave Bricker, David Eadie. 




Intersociety Council 



The Intersociety Council re-estab- 
lished on the campus in the fall of this 
year, is composed of two representa- 
tives of each of the five societies. 
The Council offers the oppor- 
tunity for cooperation among the 
societies in presentation of activ- 
ities to the campus and often 
serves as a forum for the dis- 
cussion of problems unique to 
a society and common to all 
societies. 






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ALPHA OMEGA 

CLIONIAN 

LITERARY 

SOCIETY 



FEROX 

PHILOSOPHIAN 

LITERARY 

SOCIETY 



PLATONIAN SOCIAL 
SOCIETY 




MCKENDREE 
DEBATE CLUB 



INTERSOCIETY 
COUNCIL 



PHI BETA LAMBDA 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



ALPHA MU GAMMA 



PI KAPPA DELTA 



POETRY CIRCLE 



STUDENT 

EDUCATION 

ASSOCIATION 



LETTERMEN 



PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
FORUM 



STUDENT 
CONGRESS 



LEWIS AND CLARK 
HISTORY CLUB 



SIGMA TAU DELTA 



TOASTMASTERS 



LOS HISPANICOS 



SIGMA ZETA 



MCKENDREE 
CROWN 

INVESTMENT 
LEAGUE 



STAGECRAFTERS 



WOMEN'S SOCIETY 

OF 

CHRISTIAN 

SERVICE 




The purpose of this 
dramatic fraternity is to 
develop dramatic talent 
and the art of casting, to 
cultivate a taste for the 
beat in drama and to foster 
the cultural values. 

Membership is open to all 
who have achieved at least 
thirty points in various dra- 
matic productions, provid- 
ing they have had at least 
one acting part and have 
served on one crew. 



LEFTTO RIGHT: Rick Carpenter, Chris Turnquist, Diana Hedrick, 
Carl Pagles, Miss Mulvany, BobThaxton. 



Alpha 
Psi 



Omega 



OFFICERS: Diana Hedrick, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Carl 
Pagles, Vice President; Bob 
Thaxton, President. 




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OFFICERS (seated): Mary Palek, President; 
hrances Layfield, Secretary-Treasurer. STAND- 
ING: Dr. Thompson, George Backhus .Vice-Presi- 
dent; Mr. Garcia. 



Alpha Mu Gamma 




SEATED (left to right): Dr. Thompson, Maxine Beairsto, Randy Horman, Mary Palek, 
Marcia Scanlan, Frances Layfield, Mr. Garcia. STANDING: Al Locarni, Mike Johnson, 
Judy Lunnemann, Ralph Bleck, Barb North, Susan Van Dan Elzen, Kathy Edwards, 
Dave Bourbon, Ed Wegner, George Backhus. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT (standing): Merry Boner, Richard Hays, Bob Linton, Ron Matikitis, Lou 
Hogenbruch, Terry Hartman, Lester Long. KNEELING: Terry Florek, George Fuiten, Steve 
Britko, Bill Holt, Ken Razer, Jim Mueller. 



The Lettermen's club was formed this fall 
to inspire more interest in the area of athletics. 
In order to join a person must have earned a 
letter in some intercollegiate sport here at 
McKendree. 



Lettermen 



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Lewis and 
Clark 

History 
Club 




OFFICERS (standing): Doug Grimm, Vice-Presi- 
dent; David Rose, Historian; Tilman Cantrell, Pres- 
ident; Cecil Penn, Secretary-Treasurer. 



The Lewis and Clark History Club was or- 
ganized in honor of Dr. Otha Clark and Mr. 
Donald Lewis in the fall of 1964. The club 
meets once a month and either features a 
speaker or takes a field trip to promote inter- 
est in and about some phase of history. 




FIRST ROW (left to right); Cecil Penn, Leslie Leiberstein, Chip Marshall, Ramona Johnson, John 
Blackburn, Tom Mottershaw, Gary Gehrs. SECOND ROW: Mike Johnson, David Rose, Mr. Schar- 
nau, Al Johnson, Phil Marcell, Gerald Mottershaw, Doug Grimm. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT (seated): Judy Lunnemann, Diane Baumann, Karen Eiler, Judy 
Beasley, Randy Horman, Karla Wisely. STANDING: Ed Wagner, Walter Kudela, 
Charlotte Balance, George Backhus, Jerry Mottershaw, Mr. Garcia, David Bour- 
bon, Cliff Dowen, Barb North, Doug Grimm, Gary Gehrs. 



Los Hispanicos 




Los Hispanicos, a new organization, 
was formed to promote understanding 
among students of Spanish-speaking 
countries and to encourage achieve- 
ment in the Spanish language and its 
literature. 



OFFICERS (seated): Judy Lunnemann, Recording 
Secretary; Randy Horman, Vice President; Karla 
Wisely, Corresponding Secretary. STANDING: 
Walt Kadela, Treasurer; George Backhus, Presi- 
dent. 



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ROW ONE (left to right): Joan Elliott, Janice Harpstreit, Janet Boomer, Beth Tompkins, Ramsae Strieker, 
Chris Turnquist, Larry Lee, Bill Smoltz, Joe St. George, Dana Weiss, Diane Lockwood, Karen Eiler. ROW TWO: 
Kathy Edwards, Sandra Elliott, Barb Smith, Scott Tucker, Rick Newberry, Gary Lawrence, Gary Dollinger, 
Jim Bridges, Sue Dalton, Renette Thiessen, Gwynn Holsapple. ROW THREE: Marcia Scanlan, Nancy Svan- 
da, Liz Powell, Barbara North, Eris Carter. Diane Osborn, Linda McDuffy, Marion Zeisset, June Bartle. ROW 
FOUR: Charla Puterbough, Helen Stroup, Frances Layfield, Sue Smith, Anne Saxton, Al Johnson, John Ham- 
ilton, Roger Russell, Cletus Davis, David Eadie, Jean Hinchcliffe, Vickie Andricks. 



McKendree Choir 



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OFFICERS: Larry Lee, President; Scott Tucker, 
Robes; Jean Hinchcliffe, Vice President; Gwynn 
HolsApple, Secretary; Dana Weiss, Robes; Barb 
Smith, Music. 



Chapel Choir 



ROW ONE (left to right): Bill Smoltz, Barb 
Smith, Frances Layfeild, Sandra Elliott, Larry 
Lee. ROW TWO: Gary Dollinger, Diane Osborn, 
Jean Hinchcliffe, Scott Tucker. ROW THREE: 
Chris Turnquist, Marcia Scanlan, Vickie An- 
dricks, Linda McDuffy, Jay Morlock. ROW 
FOUR: John Hamilton, Cletus Davis, Rick 
Newberry, Roger Russell, Al Johnson. 



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McKendree 
Crown 

Investment 
League 



Composed of students interested 
in the rise and fall of business, the 
McKendree Crown Investment League 
offers the opportunity to invest in the 
Stock Market and obtain first hand 
experience, in the techniques of buying 
and selling stocks. 



OFFICERS: Fred Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Ken Evans, President; Don Higgins, Vice Presi- 
dent. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Ken Evans, Don Higgins, Fred Robinson, Vaughn Freeman, Lance 
Gauble, Larry Lee. 



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SEATED (left to right): Brenda Reynolds, Diane Hedrick, Miss Mulvany, 
Dr. Thompson. STANDING: Carl Pagles, Bob Aguzzi, Wayne Jackson, 
Bob Thaxton, Dave Jones, Dave Cordes, Mike Jones. 



McKendree Debate Club 




The McKendree Debate Club, orga- 
nized to develop potential abilities in 
students in the area of public speaking, 
presents many opportunities for par- 
ticipation in formal debating. 



OFFICERS: Wayne Jackson, President; Mike 
Jones , Vice President; Bob Aguzzi, Assistant 
Researcher; Dave Jones, Researcher. 



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STANDING (left to right): Kathy Edwards, Dave Rose, Scott Tucker, Glen Oli- 
phant, Al Johnson, Susan VanDan Elzen, Walt Kudela, Diane Osborn Larrv Lee 
SEATED: Ralph Bleck, Tyrone Holliday. 



The McKendree Review 




The McKendree Review, published 
bi-weekly, is the most accurate re- 
port of the activities and happenings 
on McKendree's Campus. Through 
the efforts of the editor and staff, it 
also serves as a source of student 
opinion. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Ralph Bleck, Editor-in-Chief; 
Glenn Oliphant, Make-up Editor; Kathy Edwards, 
Assistant Editor; Dave Rose, Sports Editor; Walt 
Kudela, Reporter. 



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Phi Beta Lambda 




SEATED (left to right): Ray Koca, Karla Wisely, Dave Thomas, Lance Gauble, Carl 
Etherton. STANDING: Jack Fyke, Larry Lee, Wayne Edell, Fred Robinson, Ken 
Evans, Guy Lahr, Bob Jiaconia, Vaughn Freeman. 



Phi Beta Lambda, organized in the fall 
1065, is composed of students interested in 
business and business administration. Activ- 
ities are designed to give the members experi- 
ence in the area of business. 




OFFICERS (seated): Lance Gauble, His- 
torian; Karla Wisely, Secretary. STAND- 
ING: Dave Thomas, President; Don Hig- 
gins, Vice-President; Ray Koca, Trea- 
surer. 



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Pi 



Kappa 
Delta 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Brenda Reynolds, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Dave Cordes, 
President; Bob Thaxton, Vice Presi- 
dent. 



The purpose of this organization 
is to stimulate progress in and fur- 
ther the interests of intercollegiate 
speech activities and communication 
in an effort to provide functional 
leadership, brotherly co-operation 
and incentive for achievement. 







SEATED: Diana Hedrick, Brenda Reynolds, Miss Mulvany. STANDING: Bob Thax- 
ton, Ed Speidel, Dave Cordes, Dr. Thompson, Carl Pagles, Wayne Jackson, Rick 
Carpenter. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Ted Janowski, Mike Jones, Cecol Penn, Bob Moore, Dr. Thompson, 
Gerald Mottershaw, Tom Mottershaw. 



Poetry Circle 



The Poetry Circle, established in 
the fall of 1965, is an organization of 
students and faculty who enjoy both 
reading and writing poetry. Meetings 
are spent reading aloud and then criti- 
cizing poetry which members have writ- 
ten or poetry they have selected as 
their "favorite". 




OFFICERS: Cecil Penn, Vice President; Bob 
Moore, President; Ted Janowski, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Brown, Tyrone Holliday, Kathy Edwards, Ralph Bleck, Gerlad 
Mottershaw, George Backhus, Dave Eadie, Scott Tucker. 



Public Affairs Forum 



In the fall of 1947, a group of stu- 
dents interested in the mature discus- 
sion of national and international prob- 
lems organized the Public Affairs 
Forum. Today this interest is still 
evident in the meetings of the PAF and 
they also participate in and support 
such conventions as the Public Affairs 
Conference at Principia College and 
Model United Nations in St. Louis. 




OFFICERS: Tyrone Holliday, Secretary; George 
Backhus, Assistant-General; Kathy Edwards, 
Secretary-General. 



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The lota Delta Chapter of Sigma 
Tau Delta was chartered on this 
campus on March 3, 1936. The mem- 
bership is limited to twenty-five stu- 
dents who demonstrate achieve- 
ment in English. 

The honorary endeavors to pro- 
mote the study of literary master- 
pieces, encourage the mastery of 
self-expression and create kinship 
among students who have an inter- 
est in the English language and its 
literature. 




OFFICERS: Linda Meredith, Treasurer; LuAnn 
Barnes, Secretary; Judy Lunnemann, Vice Presi- 
dent; Tom Mottershaw, President. 



Sigma Tau Delta 




SEATED (left to right): Jim Tucci, Jerry Mottershaw, Robert Moore, Tom Motter- 
shaw. STANDING: Francis Layfield, George Fuiten, Marcia Scanlan, Judy Lunne- 
mann, LuAnn Barnes, Linda Meredith. 



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Sigma 
Zeta 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Tyrone Holliday, Ed Wegner, Prof. Flem- 
ing, Dean Siefferman, Tom Mottershaw, Dave Habermehl. 



McKendree's Beta Chapter of 
the national Sigma Zeta Honor- 
ary Science Society is the oldest 
existing Chapter in the organi- 
zation, founded in 1926. 

Sigma Zeta's purposes are to 
promote and recognize the at- 
tainment of academic excellence 
on the part of students in 
science and mathematics, and to 
encourage continued advance- 
ment in the scientific knowledge 
on the part of its memPers. 




OFFICERS: Dave Habermehl, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Judy Behrens, Presi- 
dent; Tyrone Holliday, Vice President. 



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ROW ONE (left to right): Joesph St. George, Bill Smoltz, George Taylor, 
Diana Hedrick, Bob Thaxton, Miss Mulvany. ROW TWO: Davr Cordes. 
Wayne Jackson, Rick Carpenter, Leslie Leiberstien, Doug Grimm. ROW 
THREE: Skip Merritt, John McCormack, Bob Beaird, Romona Johnson, 
Bob Aguzzi, Bob Smith, Carl Pagles. ROW FOUR: Ed Speidel, Gail Bryden, 
Pam Paxton, Elizabeth Miller, Helen Stroup, Reuel Smith, Dave Jones, Will 
Roeschmann. ROW FIVE: Mike Jones, Nancy Gardner, Brenda Reynolds, 
Lin Harris, Gerald Mottershaw, Ron Hadden, Dr. Thompson, Gary Dol- 
linger, Ted Janowski. 




Stagecrafters 

Stagecrafters is an organization 
open to everyone on campus. It is, es- 
sentially, a very active organization and 
reouires active participation of every 
member. The talents needed are varied 
so that students majoring in any sub- 
ject can find a real outlet for their tal- 
ents. Stagecrafters is responsible for 
every type of dramatic endeavor. 



OFFICERS: Carl Pagles, President: Diana He- 
drick, Secretary-Treasurer; Bob Thaxton, Vice 
President. 



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Student Education Association 




Established on campus during the 
1963-64 school year, the organization 
is composed of students interested in 
education. The purpose of the organi- 
zation is to expose its members to the 
trends and techniques of education and 
offer opportunities for involvement in 
this area. 



OFFICERS (seated): Ruth Ann Hanes, President. 
STANDING: Dave Sheahan, Treasurer; Peggy 
Wehrenberg, Secretary: Bob Thaxton, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Elizabeth Powell, Treasurer. 




SEATED (left to right): Peggy Wehrenberg, Dave Sheahan, Ruth Ann Hanes, Bob Thaxton, Liz Powell. SEC- 
OND ROW: Gwynn Holsapple, Lora Venezia, Steve Britko, Joyce Mason, Diane Baumann, Simone Daesch, 
Karen Eiler, Martha Miller. THIRD ROW: Pat Sheahan, LuAnn Barnes, Phil Marcell, Linda Rezba, Carl Ething- 
ton. 



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ROW ONE (left to right): Judy Kalberkamp, 
Kathy Edwards, Diane Baumann, Lin Harris, 
Larry Lee, John Hamilton. ROW TWO: Sue 
Christner, Romona Johnson, Marcia Scanlan, 
Barb Smith. LuAnn Barnes, Betty Brammeier. 
George Fuiten, Bob Aguzzi, Ralph Bleck, Dean 
Manual. ROW THREE: Scott Tucker, Mike 
Jones, Jay Hodges, Warren McCullom. Mike 
Hampton, Rob Porter, Guy Lahr. ROW FOUR: 
Roger Dowd, Lance Gauble, Dave Thomas, 
Miss Jones. 




Student Congress 



Student Congress, the elected 
governing body of the McKendree 
College Student Association has as 
its purposes: to initiate and integrate 
student activities; to inform the stu- 
dent body of the aims, policies, and 
ideals of the College insofar as these 
pertain to or affect stude its; to 
serve as an advisory group to the 
faculty administration in all functions 
directly affecting student life; to 
budget and administer all expendi- 
tures of the Student Activity Fee. 



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ROW ONE (left to right): Judy Kalberkamp, Secre- 
tary; Kathy Edwards, Academic Chairman; Lin 
Harris, President. ROW TWO: John Hamilton, 
Religious Chairman; Mike Jones, Student Welfare 
Chairman; Guy Lahr, Social Chairman: Lance 
Gauble, Vice President; Dave Thomas, Treasurer. 



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Student 

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Academic 



Religious Life 



SEATED: Randy Horman, Diane Osborn. FIRST ROW 
(standing): Scott Tucker, John Hamilton, Kathy Edwards, 
Chairman, Mr. Brown, Marcia Scanlan, Walt Kudela. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mike Jones, Ralph Bleck. 




KNEELING: Diane Osborn, Karen Eiler. SEATED: Barb Smith, Marica Scanlan, Gywnn 
Hosapple. STANDING: Kathy Edwards, Linda Lindley, Scott Tucker, John Hamilton, 
Chairman, Rev. Durham, Rick Newberry, Warren McCullom, Cecil Penn, Linda Meredith. 



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Commissions 



Social 



Student Welfare 




Bob Bridges, Lance Gauble, Rob Porter, Nick Tropiano, 
Scott Tucker, Ray Koca, Guy Lahr, Chairman. 




Diane Osborn, Bob Aguzzi, Mike Jones, Chairman, Ann Saxton, Gary Lawrence, Kathy 
Edwards, Scott Tucker, Carl Pagles. 




OFFICERS: (left to right): Joesph St. 
George, Secretary; Mike Jones, Presi 
dent; Dr. Thompson, Vice President; Al 
Johnson, Treasurer; Bob Aguzzi, Sgt.- 
at-Arms. 



Toastmasters 



Toastmasters, organized in the fall of 
1966, attempts to develop public speaking 
skills among interested students b'y exposing 
them to all types of speaking situations and 
offering constructive criticism for improve- 
ment. 




KNEELING (left to right): Will Roeschmann, Cecil Penn, Bob Bridges. SEATED: Dr. Thomp- 
son, Mike Jones, Al Johnson. STANDING: Joesph St. George, Ted Janowski, Mike Bastilla, 
Bob Beaird, Al Locarni, Bob Aguzzi. 



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OFFICERS (left to right) SEATED: Judy Lunne- 
mann, Spiritual Life Chairman; Linda Meredith, 
President. STANDING: Betsy Lerner, Member- 
ship Chairman; Charlotte Balance, Membership 
Chairman; Gwynn Holsapple, Treasurer; Barb 
Smith, Secretary; Dana Weiss, Vice-President. 



Members of the Women's Society of 
Christian Service on the campus work 
with the local Methodist Church to fur- 
ther the Christian spirit and to help 
needy persons in the United States and 
foreign Missions. 



Women's Society 

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SEATED (left to right): June Bartle, Linda Meredith, Mrs. Gray, Dana Weisss, Barb Smith. 
STANDING: Besty Lerner, Charlotte Balance, Judy Lunnemann, Glenda Stevenson, 
Karen Eiler, Marcia Scanlan, Gywnn Holsapple, Ruth Ann Hanes. 




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The Staff 



LEFT TO RIGHT. 

Randy Horman -Organization Editor 

Kathy Edwards -Organization Editor 

Guy Lahr- Senior Editor 

Bob Jiaconia-Assistant Business Manager 

Lance Gauble- Assistant Editor 

Louise Saxton- Administration-Staff Editor 

Dick Phillips -Activities Editor 

Bob Bridges -Sophomore Editor 

Sue Christner-Freshman Editor 

Steve Britko-Art Editor 

Carl Ethington- Business Manager 

Dave Eadie- Special Events Editor 

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As I was searching for something to say, that has not been 
said before, I found it to be almost impossible. So I will not leave 
you with a philosophy of life, on how or where we are going after 
our college life. But rather, I want to express to each and every- 
one of you how truly thankful I am for the opportunity of knowing 
you. The greatness of man is a thing to behold and I am only happy 
that I have had the opportunity to be a part of this greatness. 

May each of you live life to its fullest. 



Editor McKendrean 1967 



Editor's Page 




I expect to pass through 
this world but once. Any 
good therefore that I can 
do, or any kindness that 
I can show to any fellow 
creature, let me do it now. 
Let me not defer or ne- 
glect it, for I shall not 
pass this way again. 

Anonymous 



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