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MC KENDREAN 




MC KENDREE COLLEGE 
LEBANON. ILLINOIS 



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The never ending whirling cycle of the life of McKendree College 
slows to focus on 1965. V 

As McKendree enters % new phase in her long tradition of leader- 
ship in Christian Education, the forecasts are for a bright future. 

The McKendrean Staff dedicates this yearbook to the man who will 
lead us toward our new goals, DR. EDWIN E. VOIGT. 



ADMINISTRATE 
CLASSES 
WHO'S WHO 





RGANIZATIONS 
SPECIAL EVENTS 
ATHLETICS 
ACTIVITIES 







VERNON SNEAD 
Business Manager 



EMERIAL L OWEN, JR 
Dean and Registrar 




DR W NORMAN GRANDY 
Dean of Students 



CHARLES CHAPMAN 
Director of Development 




REV. JOHN CURTIS 
Director of Religious Life 



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DR RALPH MARTY 

Director of Summer and Night School 




DR. JARVIS BURNER 
Librarian 



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FINE ARTS 



There is an ever-increasing recognition that a knowledge of the 
fine arts and its literature is a vital part of a liberal education. It is 
the purpose of the Division of Fine Arts, therefore, to serve those who 
wish to make an intensive study of music and art so that they may 
become men and women of high ideals and usefulness as artists and 
teachers. The Division of Fine Arts attempts not only to develop those 
professionally interested in music and art, but also to contribute to 
the general education in the life of every student in the college. 



GLENN FREINER, M. M. 





WILLIAM HODGE, M.F.A. 
Art 





STEPHANIE OWEN. MM 



ORIVILLE SCHANZ, AA.M.E. 
Music Education 



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SCIENCE AND MATH 






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FRED FUMING MS 
Biology 



The general objectives of the Division of Science are: to acquaint 
students with the scientific attitude and with scientific and logical 
methods as applied to the natural sciences and mathemotics, and to 
prepare students specializing in the division for teaching, research 
or industrial work in the natural sciences and mathematics. 




JOHN GODWIN M A 

PlVt.cal So*rx„ 





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ROLAND RICE. Ph.D. 
Religion 



SOCIAL 



The objectives of the Division of Social Studies are: the acquisition 
of needed knowledge and skills to prepare students for graduate 
studies or public school teaching; the stimulation of personal and 
social responsibility; generation of a spirit of racial and international 
understanding; and the promotion of a democratic philosophy of life 
rooted in the Judeo-Christian tradition. 




ROBERT BROWN, MA. 
Sociology and Political Science 





Business and Economics 



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DAVID PACKARD, MA. 
English 







LANGUAGE AND 
LITERATURE 




The aims of the work in this division are: to encourage imagina- 
tion; to sharpen appreciation of thought content; to increase powers 
of independent thinking: and to master media of communication. 



ANNETTE MULVANEY, MA. 




HEPMAN EINSMAN, Master', HO) 
Languages 




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TEACHER PREPARATION 



The teacher education program of McKendree College is based 
upon the following assumptions: education is a process of continuous 
growth, all persons are believed capable of mokmg gams toward 
desirable personal and social goals, effective living now is the best 
possible preparation for future living, physical, mental, social, emo- 
tional, and spiritual growth are equally important; and improvement of 
the culture is anticipated 




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PlytKology 





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STAFF 




JANITORS: Albert Fonie, Mr. Haock (Foreman), Shiela Burns, Bob He 




NURSE: KayGauble. 




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SHOP: Bill Harmon, Bill Gross, Jim Ettling, Joe Boner (Foreman), Roy Ward, 
Tom Walker. 




BUSINESS OFFICE: Bonnie Baer, John Annable, Shiela Huffn 
Kathi Meggs, Erma Murphy, Nigel Holderby. 



Kitchen Staff: Mrs. Jocolick (Director of 
Food Service), Mrs. Mauck, Mrs. Burns, Mrs. 
Iberg, Mrs. Voruz, Mrs. Votronn. 





DORM DIRECTORS John S<h.epp« Mri Wait Mr K Mit M.ke Gauble. 
Carl Pogle» Frank DeWerti 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




I Secretory freoturer; James Moneke, President; Ted Mihuta, V.ce President. 



Springfield, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor -ociology and History 




BETTY ACKERSON 

Amboy. Illinois 

Mo|0f: Elementary Education 





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TED ALVINO 
New York, New York 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



PAUL ANDERS 
Brighton, Illinois 
Major: Social Studies 
Minor: Education 






WARREN BARTY 
West Frankfort, Illinois 
Major: English 
Minor: History 



LELAND BELANGEE 
Fairfield. Illinois 
Major: Physical Educotion 
Minor Psychology 




GERALDINE BICZ 
Kenmore, New York 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Psychology 



ROBERT BILLIG 
New York, New York 
Major: English 
Minor: Psychology 




Lebanon, Illinois 

Ma|or: Business Educotior 

Minor: Economics 







JERRY BRUT 
Summit. New Jersey 
Mo|or Physical Educotion 
Minor History 





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JOSEPH CHAPMAN 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Business Education 
Minor: Economics 




DAVID CHUMBLEY 
Decatur, Illinois 
Major: Biology 
Minor: History 



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Chester, Illinois 
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JIM COPE 

lebonon. Illinois 

Mo|or: Business Education 

Minor Economics 




FRANK DEWERFF 

Mt. Olive, Illinois 

Major: Economics and Sociology 

Minor: Speech 




MAMIE DITTEMORE 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: English 
Minor: History 



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JONATHAN DUNN 
Palestine. Illinois 
Ma|or: Social Studies 




JAMES FORRIER 
Bunker Hill. Illinois 
Major: English 
Minor H.jiory 




GEORGINE HAWLEY 
Centralia, Illinois 
Major: English 
Minor: Political Science 



BEVERLY HERR 
Plainfield, Connecticut 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Sociology 



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GERALD HEUMAN 
Wolsh. Illmo.s 
Major: Sociol Studies 







DONALD HILMES 
Aviston, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Mathematics 



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TOM HOLDERBY 
Ridgway, Illinois 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 



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CLARENCE LEE 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Economics 



ROBERT LORENTZ 
Granite City, Illinois 
Major: Social Studies 



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»| Mojor: Speech 
S& Minor: English 




TED MIHUTA 
lorom. Ohio 
Major: H, 4 tory 
Minor Political Soer 








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SUZANNE MILLER 
Independence, Missouri 
Major: Speech 
Minor: English 



MARY MCDONALD 
Scon AFB, Illinois 
Major: History 
Minor: English 



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Wheoton, Illinois 
Major: History 
Minor: Biology 




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Canton, Illinois 
Ma|Or: Art 
Minor: Sociology 





RAFFI OVIAN 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Political Science 




PAMELA PALMER 
Yates City, Illinois 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 





DANIEL PITRUZZELLI 
Long Branch, New Jersey 
Major: History 
Minor: Business 



CATHY ROBERTSON 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Psychology 



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Pocahontas, Illinois 
Ma|or: Art 
Minor: Education 






St Louis, Missouri 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Art 




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Bunker Hill, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: History 



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DONA SCHIEPPE 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: Education 
Minor: Business 



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TO Belleville. Ill, no. s 

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ARTHUR TRlPPEL 
Trenton, Illinois 
Major: Hutory 
Minor: Psychology 









JUDY VOGT 
East St. Louis, Illinois 
Major: English 
Minor: Education 



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AL WEINSTEIN 
Brooklyn, New York 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Psychology 



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WILLIAM WHITTAKEI 
Marine. Illinois 
Major: English 
Minor: History 



GERALDINE Wl 
Troy. Illinois 
Major: Speech 
Minor: English 





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BEVERLY WILLIAMSON 
Caseyville, Illinois 
Major: Business Education 
Minor: English 



LEA WINSLADE 

Belleville, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Business 



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MARIE WISE 
Marissa. Illinois 
Ma|or: English 
Minor: Speech 



?BARA WONDERS 
Blackstone. Illinois 
Maior: Business Educalii 
Minor: Economics 





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Jonet Childress 
Beecher City, Illinois 




Charles Claxton 
Wood River, lllinoi: 




Dewey Earnest 
Newton, Illinois 





Leonard Fiore 
Watervliet, New York 



Dennis Franke 
Belleville, Illinois 




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Pat Fuchs 
Belleville, Illinois 




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Roselyn Huddleston 
Steelville, Illinois 



Lyle Jensen 
Celoron, New York 




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Earlene Lucy 
Cohokio, Illinois 



Mary Martm 
Montic«llo. Iowa 



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Dave Philip 
Lebanon, Illinois 



Mary Philip 
Lebanon, Illinois 




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Brauthy Smudrick 
Centralia, Illinois 



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Anna Winelond 
Hamburg, Illinois 




John Younker 
Centralia, Illinois 



Richard Zeisset 
Lebanon, Illinois 



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SOPHOMORES 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



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Karen Baker 
Orid, New York 





Susan Bethards 
Villa Ridge, Illinois 





Nobnassert. Massachusetts 




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Harold Bibby 
Newton, Illinois 





George Carling 
New Hyde Park, New York 



Clifton Davis 
ergennes, Illinois 




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Letha Doty 
Benton, Illinois 



David Eadie 
Decatur, Illinois 




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Dorothy Gruen 




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Gwendolyn MoUapptW D-»-» Horn 

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Charles Koen 
Cairo, Illinois 





Martinsville, Illinois 



Kate Levinson 
New York, New York 



Terrence Lohmon 
Aviston, Illinois 






Judith Lorton 
Dupo, Illinois 



Lawrence AAaggiacomo 
Astoria, New York 




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Trenton, Illinois 



Martha Miller 
Palestine, Illinois 




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Rockfo'd lll.no.t 




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Don Smith 
Polos Hts., Illinois 




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Lauren Thomas 



Robert Thompson 
Altamont, Illinois 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

• TO RIGHT: Clorence Hunle, Vice President, David Stolker, Secretory-Treasurer, Richard Phillips, President 



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Bell*vll* WUnon 





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Mory Boll* 
Banlon. Ill.nou 




Ion B»»t 
Irwngiton. Ill.no.l 





Rolph Bl»tk 



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Judy B'o«wt>g»n 

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Aho«. Ht.no.. 



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Eris Carte 
Tilden 




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Charlei Dam 
Eatt Saint loui», lllinoij 



Gary Dollinger 
Troy, Illinois 



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John Hodden 

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John Honnan 
Bernardsville, New Jersey 





Keith Hairing 
Lakeville, Connecticu 



Martin Hart 
Orchard Park, New Jersey 



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Jean Hinchliffe 
O'Fallon, Illinois 





William Holt 
White Plains, New Jersey 



Judy Huff 
Lebanon, Illinois 




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'• Hunte 
Me 'v Jersey 



Robert Hunter 
Hatboro, Pennsylvania 



Solly l|Om» 

Atlanta, lll.noit 



John Jochton 




fiob#rf Koh»«' 

Ocho'd Park* N»* *•-;•. 



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Joe LaMont 
Union. New Jersey 



Alfred Locarni 
Rockleigh, New Jersey 




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Henry Moy 

V. New Jertey 



Edward McGlynn 
Caldwell, New Jersey 



William N«vnt 
Colon. a N»«» J»'iey 



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Bernordsville, New Jersey 







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Jomes Turner 
McLeansboro, Illinois 



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PAUL ANDERS A. B. 

Paul is one of the biggest men on campus in more ways than one. Being President 
of the Student Congress and Philo is enough to keep him busy, he is also President of 
the History Club and active in MSM, Public Affairs Forum, and the Student Education 
Association work. 

He has been Vice-president of the Student Congress and the Junior Class Presi- 
dent. He served as a Marshal for the 1964 Graduation. 

Paul plans to enter the teaching profession after graduation. 

History not used is nothing, for all intellectual life 
is action, like practical life, and if you don't use the 
stuff-well, it might as well be dead. 

Arnold Toynbee 



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Frank ho$ worked on the yeorbook staff since his Freihmon year and now i( the 
editor of this book He hos served as a officer of three national honor frotermties. 
Sigma Tou Delta. Pi Kappa Delto. and Alpha Ps> Omego He >s the treasurer of Stoge 
crofter and the McKendree Writer's Association He served os chairman of the Social 
Commission of the 1964 Student Congress. 1964 Orientation, and 1963 Homecoming 
As a member of the golf team and Debate Council, he represented the college in inter 
collegiate events He >s a member of the Public Affoirs Forum He has served os 
Sophomore Class President and Marshal of Graduation 

Among his other duties. Frank has been a dorm director, proctor, ond offi< ■ 
awards were presented to him during Honors Doy Fronk plans to enter some form of 
managerial work 



One of the greotest pieces of economic wisdom is 
to know who! you do not know 

John Kenneth Go'broith 



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IDA KAISER A. B. 

Mrs. Kaiser has been an inspiration to many students through her never-ending zeal 
to learn though handicapped by the loss of eye sight. She is a member of Alpha Omega 
and the WSCS. She belongs to the American Association of University Women. 

Mrs. Kaiser showed her excellence in scholarship by winning two awards on Honors 
Day. 

It gives me deep comforting sense that "things seen 
are temporal and things unseen are eternal." 

Helen Keller 



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SYLVESTER KORTE A B 

Anyone for o gome of baseball? Well, Sy will be willing to play He has been a 
consistent leader of the Bearcat Boseball Team Not only is he an othlete but also o 
member of two national honor fraternities. Sigma Zeto and Sigma Tau Delta Sy has 
been a Sophomore class officer and served as the President of the PE Club He is 
also an officer in the Student Education Association Sy plans to enter the teochmg 
profession 

It's necessary to relax your muscles when you con 
Relaxing your bram is fatal 

Stirling Moss 



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TERRY OPPER A. B. 

Is that painting expressionistic or impressionistic? Ask Terry, he will know. His out- 
standing art work has won many prizes in statewide art shows. He has served as Presi- 
dent of Plato. 

Terry plans to enter some area of creative art work upon graduation. 

Without tradition, art is a flock of sheep without a 
shepherd. Without innovation, it is a corpse. 

Winston Churchill 



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PAMELA PALMER B S 

Pam. 1964 Homecoming Queen, excels not only in beauty but alio in campus 
activities She il the President of Clark Hall and a member of the Student Congress. 
Social Commission Chairman Pam belongs to Sigma Zeto ond Stagecrofters She has 
been a class officer and dorm proctor 

Pam has a bright future ahead of her She plans to be a lab technician 

The most incomprehensible thing about the world is 
thot it is comprehensible 

Albert Emstem 



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STUDENT CONGRESS 




BACK ROW: Bill Hohs, John Jackson, Henry Davis, Ed Streif, Larry Lee, Lenny Fiore, Terry McKean, Leslie Travelstead, Don Hilmes, Jim Forrler. MIDDLE ROW: 
Judy Vogt, Kate Levinson, Sally Ijams, Pat Philips, Dotty Gruen, Sue Miller. FRONT ROW: Richard Zeisset, Paul Anders, Cathy Robertson, Dr. Grandy. 



The Student Congress, with elected members from 
each class and resident group, is the student govern- 
ing body on campus. Much of the work is done 
through the four commissions: Social, Ethics, 
Intellectual, and Religious Life. 




Richard Zeisset, Secretary Treasurer, Paul Anders, President, Cathy 
Robertson, Vice-President. 



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DORM OFFICERS 



Eoch dorm elecll il» officer! lo overtee the vonout dorm octivtliei 
the upper led group it Corlwnght Holl officer!, upper nghl repretenu 
Pretbyienon Hou»e. lower led ore Carnegie Holl officer* and the 
lower r.ghl are Clark Holl officer* 




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BACK ROW: Earlene Lucy, Judy Wille, Mary Philip, Mrs. Wart, Betty Ackerson, Judy Braeutigem, Karen McConackie. MIDDLE ROW: Kay Huddleston, Dotty 
Gruen, Chickie Rosenhauer, Gerry Bicz, Eris Carter, Linda Harris. FRONT ROW: Judy Lorton, Barbara Mueller, Sue Bethards. 



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OFFICERS: Earlene Lucy, Dotty Gruen, Barbara Mueller, Mary 
Philip, Judy Lorton. 



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The Clionian Literary Society, 
first chartered in 1881, attempts to 
cultivate moral, social, and literary 
refinement among its members. 



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BACK ROW lorry lee. J B Sievenujn, Richard Ph.l.pi. Don Smith. Joe Holl, letlie Troveltteod. Ben Gr.Hm. Lou.i Copoj/ol. FRONT ROW Poul Anlft. 
Corl Poglet. Glenn Oliphant, Gerald Heumon. David Eodie. Ken Rice. Dan Sirobo. Mr Itwu. Bob Jiocomo. lorry Weber. Joe loMont. Richard Clovten. Dovd 
Stalker. Henry Dov.j. Bill Hoyei. Dave Philip 



The Philosophion literory Socie- 
ty, the oldest organization on 
campus, promotes intellectual 
culture, brotherhood, and a sense 
or mutual cooperation among its 
members. 



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Ben Grit." 



BACK ROW Richard Clauten lorry Weber Mer>ry Dovu. 

FRONT ROW Dove PM.p Pool Andert Joe Moll 




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BACK ROW: Carl Ethington. Bob Bearid, Harold Bibby, Richard Zeisset, Randy Smith, Talmage Hillman. MIDDLE ROW: Louis Harms, 
Dave Sheahan, Lenny Fiore, Dale Schwerdtfeger, Terry Opper, Don Gebelein, Jim Maneke. FRONT ROW: Lance Donatello, Mike Stras- 
burg, Oliver, Charles Thaxton. 



The Platonian Social Society 
attempts to promote fraternal 
brotherhood and at the same time 
instill a spirit of loyalty to the school 
and nation. 




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BACK ROW Oon Wri.te. Tom Higg.ni. Jo« Stolo. Bob Horn, Iron, lorry R.chordion Jet Corlmg. EM.ot McDon.el. Oovid tona. Marty No.dotf Terry rVUKeorv 
Terry Honmon FRONT ROW Horold Ktimn. Al Wemtte.n. B<ll Wh.itaker. Bob B.ll.g. ted M.huio. A) Compoi. Tom P.le. Steve Gotdforb Dor • 
Sieve Bmko 



The Ferox Social Society il o 
service$ooal organization dedi- 
cated to fraternal brotherhood 
ond service to the school 



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OFFICERS: Pat Philips, Martha Miller, Kay Treat, Barbara Wonde 
Mrs. Packard, Beverly Williamson, Nina Misesgades. 



The Alpha Omega Social Society 
attempts to promote a bond of 
friendship among its members and 
the development of moral, social 
and cultural achievements on 
campus. 



ALPHA 

OMEGA 



BACK ROW: Bonnie Baer, Nino Misegades, Gwen Holsapple, Barbara Wonders, Pat Philips, Martha Miller, Marie Wise. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Packard, Issun 
Kim, Kay Treat, Georgine Hawley, Beverly Williamson, Ginger Wonders, Ida Kaiser. 




HISTORY CLUB 




BACK ROW Sion Folk»nho.n. Gerald Hiuman. Ed Sherman. Harold Bibby. FJdon Sao»rw».n. Mr Lewtt, Gerald Mort.rthow Mr Brown FRONT ROW RoM. 
Owon. Judy lorton. T»d Mihulo. B«r1 Griffin. Mory Philip. Mary McDonald. Dr Clork 



The History Club is on organiza- 
tion of history ma|Ors and minors 
They meet to encourage and 
develop their common interest in 
history 




OFFICIOS Krdrlorton ttn&"H,n ItdV 



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Sue Miller, Gerry Wille Judy Wille, Dotty Gruen, Mike Strasburg, Lenny Fiore, Jim Moneke, Marie Wise, Frank DeWerff, Miss Mulvaney, Mr. Schanz 



STAGE 

CRAFTERS 




The Stage Crofters seek to 
promote dramatic activity on 
campus. This organization is 
open to all students interested in 
acting or helping with the various 
productions. 



- •/ lirr Maneke, /"_e President, Dotty Gruen, Secre- 
Front DeWerff, treasurer. 



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Jim Moncke. Will Mulvoney, Mone Wne. Sue Miller Mr Schan*. lenny Fiore. Frunk DeVVerff 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



Our National Honorary Dra- 
molici Fraternity, Alpha Pli 
Omega, seeks to develop dramatic 
talent and the art of acting Mem 
bers ore required to earn o certain 
number of points by acting and 
helping with various productions 




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BACK ROW: Judy Lorton, Beverly Williamson, Dotty Gruen, Martha Miller, Janice Scanlon, Judy Wille, Mary Philip, Mr. Packard. FRONT ROW: Jim Forrler 
Frank DeWerff, Georgine Hawley, Marie Wise, Pat Phillips, Cathy Goodal, Janet Childress, Lyle Jenson, Joe Huffman. 



SIGMA TAU DELTA 




Sigma Tau Delta members are 
interested in the promotion of a 
superior form of written expres- 
sion. This organization cultivates 
good reading and writing habits 
among its members. 



Jim Forrler, Treasurer; Georgine Hawley, Secretary; Marie Wise, 
President; Mr Packard, Advisor; Frank DeWerff, President. 



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PI KAPPA DELTA 




G,rry Will*. Judy Will*. Front D»W»r». Mill Vulvon.y j.m Mon,k. 




Pi Kappa Delta it on honorary 
tpeech ond debote fraternity 
Membert o< thu organization mu»' 
take an active port m the»e 
mterettt 



J.m Wo".k» Pr«t.o>nl Frank 0»W»r« Svt'f'O 



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The Public Affairs Forum seeks 
to keep the students informed on 
current events of a national and 
international interest. This is ac- 
complished through various dis- 
cussions, films, and lectures. 



P. 



A. 



Harold Bibby, Bruce McNeil, Bill Hahs, Bert Griffir 



Harold Bibby, Bruce McNeil, Frank DeWerff, Warren Barty, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Brown, Henry Davis, Billy Hahs, Bert Griffir 




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BACK BOW Tom H.gg.nv Bob Kornet. Ken Been. FJdon Souerwe.n. Chuck Gorret. Ken Dillingham, CMt 0ov.», lelond Belongee. Jerry Coliper FRONT BOW 
Crxk>e Rotenhouer. Corol Gognon, Jerry Bnri, Tom Wheeler. Joe Hut'mon 



PI EPSILON MU 



Pi Epulon Wu is o professional 
fraternity open to physical educa- 
tion moiors By sharing their 
common interest they ottempt to 
help each other grow profession- 
airy 



OfMCtBS Ch<k» Botenhover Mr Schoon 

Joe Mglfmon. Tom M B , 




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SIGMA ZETA 




Jim Schuetz, Don Hilmes, Gerry Wille, Pom Palmer, Lyle Jenson, Mr. Fleming, Melvin Richards, Carol Gagnon, Carol Hubert, Tom Palmer 



Chartered in 1926, our National 
Honorary Science Society, Sigma 
Zeta, encourages a knowledge 
of the natural sciences and recog- 
nizes the attainment of high schol- 
arship among its members. 



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A. 




BACK ROW Mory Morhn. Mar.. W.t*. Ca'hy Goodal. Cothy Rob»rtion Mortho M.H«f. P»ggy W»hr.nb»rg MIDDlf ROW G+rry 
god«l. Oo'lli* Ab«molhy. Kay Tf»ol. Mortho Bolling«r. B«v»rly W.ll.om»on FRONT ROW Don Ron-im#r«k.r c h»n Sy «0«». J" 

Mary McDonald 



fO"l»' B«"y A<k»'»0" 



The Student Educotion Assooo< 
tion ii ar\ organization for those 
»tudent» desiring to enter the 
teaching profession 



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BACK ROW: Undo Turner, Eris Carter, Lauren Thomas, Sally Ijam, Mary Martin, Judy Braeutigem, Lester Long, Bill Nevins, Gary Dollinger, Henry Moy, 
Charles Binz. THIRD ROW: Dotty Gruen, Earlene Lucy, Jean Hinchcliffe, Diane Tharp, Georgine Hawley, Jim Maneke, Charles Koen, Dewey Earnest, Dennis 
Franke, Cecil Cope. SECOND ROW: Linda Harris, Sandra Elliot, Gwen Holsapple, Kathi Meggs, Bob Dam, Melvin Richars, Al Locarni, Richard Boyd. 
FRONT ROW: Sue Miller, Jean Anderson, Martha Miller, Nina Miesgodes, Karen McConachie, Ramsae Strieker, Henry Davis, Charles Claxton, Larry Lee. 




MC KENDREES 
CHOIRS 



OFFICERS: Sue Miller, Lauren Thomas, Jim Maneke, 
Richard Boyd, Charles Claxton, Melvin Richards. 



BACK ROW: Ed Binz, Earlene Lucy, Lauren Thon 

•' ODLE ROW: Richard Boyd, Charles Cla 

Richards, Jeonette Anderson, Karen McConockn 



ton. FRONT ROW: Melv 
Sandra Elliot, Larry Le 




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BACK ROW Undo Turner, i.ndo M«r«diih. Jo* Holl. Mr» Ph.l.r. Kay Treat. Paul Anden. Bob Dam. Jon Dunn MIDDLE BOW G.ng»r Wond»»». Bob TKompvon. 
J»rry B*.d Tommy W.nfr... H.nrv Dovn. Charlvt Tol»r, Jun« Bortl* FRONT ROW Barbara Wond»r». Dotty Gfu«n. l*»l<» Trov»l»t»od. David lod.». M.fc. 
Stratburg 



M.S.M. 



The Methodist Student Move 
ment it o national organization ot 
youth organized for the purpose 
of fostering a Christian spirit 
among students It provides weekly 
discussions ond programs to this 
end 




io» MoM. Dony Ou»n Bob thompi 

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BACK ROW: Linda Meredith, Myra Annable, Linda Turner, Ginger Wonders, Mrs. Gray. FRONT ROW: 
June Bartle, Beverly Williamson, Kay Treat, Barbara Wonders. 



The Susanna Wesley Service 
Guild provides a channel within 
the local Methodist Church through 
which college women may parti- 
cipate in the program of the 
Women's Society of Christian 
Service. 



OFFICERS: Barbara Wonders, Beverly 
Williomson, Undo Meredith, Kay Treat, 
Ginger Wonders, Linda Turner 



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PRE - THEOLOGICAL 

SEMINAR 




David Ead>«. Bob Thompion J»rry R#»d Bob Dam. Jon Dunn. Jo» Hall. John Ann 



• burg. l»*l"» TravvWtvod 



The PreTheologicol Seminar it 
on organization o' Jtudentj who 
intend to enter a theological »emi 
nary upon graduation The orgoni 
zotion attempt* to prepare it» 
memberi for thu step 



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Bob Billig, Music Editor, David Eadie, Make-up Editor, Dave Philip, Photographer, Mary 
Philip, Editor, Chickie Rosenhauer, Business Manager. 



THE MC KENDREE REVIEW 



BACK ROW: David Eadie, Ed McGlynn, Bob Jiaconio, Harold Bibby, Bill Hayes, Dave Philip. FRONT ROW: Joe LaMont, Mary Philip, Chickie Rosenhauer 
Judy Vogt, Bob Billig, Harrison Church 





BACK ROW Mr Schonj. Pom Polmer. Dotty Gruen. Sue M.lter. Judy lorton. Henry Davit. Dove Philip. Albert Allen. Steve B'.tko. f 'oni DeWerH f RONI ROW 
Mary Philip. Carol Gagnon. Imda Turner. Judy Wdle. Tommy Wmf ree 



MC KENDREAN STAFF 



Alb*n All*n An itoni But">*tt Manage Frank D*W< <Kor>» 

Advuor. Mory Ph. lip. Atl.tlartl Ed'tor Su» Mill*' Bvt<n»tt Va"Oy»' 




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Miss Pamela Palmer, Miss McKendree 



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QUEEN CANDIDATES 




Miss Sue Miller and escort, Jim Maneke 



Miss Cathy Robertson and escort, Joe Drenen 



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MAIDS 



Sophomore maid, Judy Lorton, escorted by Don 
Choney. 



Eris Carter, Freshman maid, escorted by Tom 
Higgins. 

Julie Monken, Junior maid, escorted by Art 
Abegg. 





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The 1964 Homecoming Court 



~ ^^cKendree College 
HPMECOMING 
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GROUND BREAKING 



On May 27, 1964, the groundbreaking ceremony for 
the Bishop E. E. Voigt Science Hall was held. Dr. Voigt, 
Bishop of the Illinois Area of the Methodist Church, was 
instrumental in the successful drive of the McKendree 
College Expansion Fund of which the Science Hall is the 
first building project. 





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GRADUATION '64 



On June 6. 1964. seventy-two seniors took the final 
steps of their college education The long procession 
walked across the beautiful front compus McKendree 
College honored Dr. Frederick E Maser. Dr John E 
Grmnell. John W Allen, Louis A. Butts, and Mrs Nell 
Oppitz with doctorates. 




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Josephine Sandra Beard 

Ralph Rackstraw Charles Claxton 

Captain Corcoran Richard Boyd 

Little Buttercup Lauren Thomas 

The Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B. . . Ben Armbruster 

Cousin Hebe Nancy Schanne 

Dick Deadeye Michael Meyer 

Bill Bobstay James Maneke 

Bob Becket James Williamson 

Director Glenn H. Freiner 

Staging Director Orville Schanz 

Acting Director Mary E. Williams 



READERS' THEATRE 

JOHN 

BROWNS BODY 




Meloro Vilas, Mrs. Ellyot Suzonne Miller 

Jock Ellyot, Union Soldier Leonard Fiore 

Solly Dupre, Mary Lou Wingate Lauren Thomas 

Cloy Wingate, Confederate Soldier James Maneke 

John Brown, Bailey, Captain, Cudjo James Schuetz 

Abraham Lincoln, Mate, Mr Ellyat Carl Pagles 

Guitarist, Singer Martin Hart 

Director Annette M. Mulvany 

Assistant Director Mane Wise 






ORIENTATION 



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RECEPTION 



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ST. LOUIS CIVIC 
BALLET 



Strange forms and unusual movements confront 
one as he watches the dancer present a story in 
his own way. As the singer or the actor has his 
channel of communication, so the dancer has his 
dancing. 




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WRITERS' CONFERENCE 




Tenth Annual 

McKendree Writers' Conference 

June 21-27, 1964 



Where experienced and inexper- 
ienced writers come to learn ond 
to do 





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FOUNDERS 
DAY 



The new gymn was site of the ceremonies 
celebrating the 136th year since the founding of 
McKendree College A formal procession of the 
faculty initiated the program Dr John Allen wot 
the principal speaker Professor Donald lewis was 
presented the Deneen Chair of Early American 
History and a special award from the members of 
Philo 




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BASKETBALL 1964-65 




BACK ROW: John Jackson, Terry Richter, Elliot Cohen, Cliff Davis, Lester Long, Larry Richardson, Wayne Staes, Larry Gresson, Co 
ROW: Chuck Koen, Chuck Garrett, Tom Wheeler, Bob Karnes, Clarence Oliver. 



ch Lou Vesely. FRONT 



BEARCATS 



The 1964-65 Bearcat Basketball Team achieved 
a winning season under the tutelage of Coach Lou 
Vesely. The season was very successful considering 
the lack of size and experience. 

The Bearcats started the season with a impressive 
Homecoming victory. They continued to win until 
they met Indiana Central in the Capitol City Tourney 
where they placed second. The Wayne Nebraska 
Tourney brought the Bearcats a third place trophy. 

A 84-79 victory over arch rival MacMurray and a 
46 point output by Captain Chuck Garrett gave many 
fans a thrill. 



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BASEBALL 1964 




BACK ROW: Coach Vesely, Gory Hearne, Don White, Jerry Bntt. Terry Hartman, Sy Korte, Jerry Caliper, Bob Karnes, Leon Hough, Joe Huffman. FRONT 
ROW: Jim Mueller, Tom H.ggins, Mike Masters, Larry Maggiacoma, Manny Formoso. 



The 1964 McKendree College Bearcat Baseball 
Team compiled a record of 7 wins and 1 1 defeats. 
Though this wasn't a winning season, the hopes for 
the future seem to be bright with the development 
of young talent by Coach Lou Vesely. 

Jim Mueller, a freshman, was chosen by his fellow 
teammates as The Most Valuable Player of the Year. 
Gary Hearne, a sophomore, led the team with 6 
Home Runs and a .327 batting average. The future 
seems to be filled with many Bearcat victories. 




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1964 BEARCAT RECORD 



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OPPONENT 


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3 


Washington U. 


13 


15 


Concordia 


2 


1 


Westminister 


2 


5 


Westminister 


8 


3 


SE Missouri ST. 


4 





SE Missouri ST. 


5 


6 


Concordia 


4 


11 


Menard 


5 


15 


Harris Teachers 


2 


5 


Memphis State 


14 


3 


Memphis State 


10 


1 


Memphis State 


15 


5 


SE Missouri ST. 


14 


7 


SE Missouri ST. 


9 


9 


Harris Teachers 


6 


5 


Oakland City 


4 


6 


Oakland City 


3 




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Steve Britko, Henry Davis, Ted Miner, Cliff Davis, Jack Frick. 



GOLFS TENNIS 



Beside baseball, tennis and golf occupy a space 
on McKendree's spring sport calendar. The new 
tennis courts and local country club have drawn 
more interest in these sports. 

The tennis team compiled a 2-5 record while the 
golf team won 2 of 4 matches. The tennis opponents 
were Harris Teachers, Concordia, Blackburn, and 
Quincy. The golf team tested their strength on the 
links against St. Louis U., Concordia, Southeast 
AAissouri State, Principia, and Washington U. 



Dick Hoys, Bill Hayes, Ron Bodtke, Kay 
Eidridge, f"i,^ DeWerH. 



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CHEERLEADERS 



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JUDY IOPTON, CAPTAIN 



SUEBETHARDS 






INTRAMURALS 



McKendree College is a member of the National 
Intramural Association. The program is under the 
direction of Coach John Schoon. A year around 
sport schedule is organized under student leaders 
to provide wholesome recreation for those students 
who don't participate in intercollegiate athletics. 





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MC KENDREAN STAFF 

1965 



Editor Frank DeWerff 

Assistant Editor Mary Philip 

Business Manager Sue Miller 

Assistant Business Manager Albert Allen 

Administration Editor Terri Tucker 

Senior Editor Cathy Robertson 

Junior Editor Carol Gagnon 

Sophomore Editor Judth Wille 

Freshman Editor Lynda Turner 

Organization Editor Henry Davis 

Assistant Tammy Winfree 

Special Events Editor Judy Lorton 

Assistant Dotty Gruen 

Athletics Editor Joe Scola 

Assistant Lynn Eberhardt 

Activities Editor Pam Palmer 

Assistant Gerry Bicz 

Art Editor Steve Britko 

Head Photographer Dave Philip 

Assistants Bill Hayes 

Roger Tracy 
Advisor Mr. Orville Schanz 



THANKS: 



To all who gave of their time and energy. 

To Mr. Orville Schanz for his assistance. 

To Art-Craft Studio in Belleville, Illinois 

To Mr. Bud Kreitner, Inter-Collegiate Press salesman. 



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EDITORS PAGE 




The fog comet 
on little cot feet 
It till looking 
over horbor and city 
on silent haunches 
ond then moves on 
Carl Sandburg 



This poem by Carl Sandburg seems to describe the yeors which 
we spent at McKendree College We are like the fog m mony ways 
Looking through this book we con see the pictorial sequence of the 
life at AncKendree College We have shared port of our lives together 
in the learning process 

It hos been my esteem privilege to work with the students, thus 
this brief glimpse of 1965 Student talent can be seen throughout the 
pages I'm proud to soy thot the design is o creotion of o fellow 
student, Dave Philip Thanks to oil who gave of their time and effort 
to produce this book 

McKendree isn't an end m herself She is our stepping stone 
towards o better life let's take odvantoge of what she 
and then move on 

Frank OeWer" 




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