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FACULTY AND 

ADMINISTRATION 




Eric N. Rackham 
President of the College 
B.A., Mt. Allison University 
M.A., Ph.D., University of 
Michigan 



Raymond F. Devery 
Vice President for Development 
B.A., Illinois Wesleyan 
M.A., Montclair State College 




Emerial Owen Jr. 
Dean of the College 
B.A., McKendree 
Ed.M., Ph.D., St. Louis 
University 




Thomas Darrah; Dean of Students 
B.S., M.Ed., Kent State University 




Frederic Robinson; Director of Institutional 

Research 

A.B., McKendree 

M.B.A., Southern Illinois University 




Doris Weber; Financial Aids Off ii 



Jo Ann Montague; Registrar 
B.S., Florida State University 
M.S. Ed., Southern Illinois Universi' 




David Wilkey; Director of Admissions 
B.A., McKendree 






Vernon Snead; V.P. for Financial Affairs 

B.S.. SIU 

M.S., Indiana University 



Phyllis Kuhl; Director of Student Acti\ 




Hal Montague; Director of Special 
Instructional Programs 
B.S., Florida State University 
M.S., Florida State University 








Rich Vandegraft; Asst. Dean of Students 
B.S., Eastern Illinois University 
M.S., Eastern Illinois University 



Ruben Yelvington; Director of Information 
A.B., University of Missouri 



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Lyn White; Jr. College Transfer Counselor 
B.A., McKendree 



Karen Stanfield; Asst. Librar 
B.A., University of Hawaii 
M.L.S. University of Hawaii 




Lynn Grove; Librarian 
A.B., McKendree College 
M.A., University of Denver 



David Munoz; Bookstore Manager 




Fred Fleming; Biology 
B.S., Indiana Central Normal 
M.S., University of Wyoming 
Sci. D., McKendree 



Ted Anderson; Biology 
B.A., U of Kansas 
Ph.D. St. Louis U. 



FACULTY 




Dwayne Cole; History /Political Science 
B.A., Northwestern College 
M.A., U of Minm 
Ph.D., St. Louis U 




Orville Schanz; Music 
A.B., McKendree 
M.M.Ed., Drake University 





Douglas Jones; Mathematics 
A.B., University of Oklahoma 
M.A., University of Oklahoma 
Ph.D. Iowa State 






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Frank Stiers; History 

B.A., Yale 

M.A., Ph.D., Washington U. 




Harry Ststham; P.E. 
V'lr>»r Athletic Director 

Basketball Coach 
B.A., McKendree 
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Ed Streif ; Business/Economics 
A.B., McKendree 
M.B.S., St. Louis U 




T. Dean Thomlison; Speech 
B.A., Oklahoma Baptist U. 
M.A.,Ph.D.SIU 



Yvon Baber; Spanish/French 
A.B., M.A., University of Oxford 
M.A.,St. Louis U. 





Evelyn Best; English 
B.A., Barnard College 
M.A. U of Massachusetts 



George Tuerck; Music 

A. A., Belleville Area College 




Howard Porter; Physics 

Soccer Coach 

B.S., M.S., Arizona State 



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K.Jean Kirts.P.E. 

B.S., Lindenwood College 

M.S., Indiana University 




Janet McReynolds; Education 
B.A., Iowa Wesleyan 
M.S., Ed., Sp., Central Missouri State 
Ph.D., SIU 





Myron Reese; Chemistry 

B.S., California State 

Ph.D., University of Notre Dame 



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Roy Sturm; Sociology 
A.B., DePauw University 
S.T.B. Boston University 
M.A.,Ph.D. U of Wisconsin 
L.L.D. Evansville College 




Lawerence Bryan; Religion 

Chaplain 

B.A. Musingum College 

M.S., Garrett Seminary 

Ph.D. Northwestern University 




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John Kovac; Political Science 
«■ B.A., M.A., Western Michigan University 

Ph.D. University of Utah 




Marianne Poston; Literature 
B.A. Western Maryland 
M.A. Boston U. 
Ph.D. U of I 




Rich Kamm 

B.S.SIU 

M.S.SIU 



Curtis Trainer; Education 

B.S.SIU 

M.S. U of I 

Ed.D. Washington U. 





Cormett Helms 
B.S. McKendree 
M.S., SIU 



Wanda Bickell; Educatior 
A.B. Washington U. 
M.Ed. Uof Hawaii 
Ph.D. St. Louis U. 




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Glenn Freiner; Music 
A.B., McKendree 
M.A., Drake University 



Phillip Kennedy; Philosophy 
A.B., M.A., U of Redlands 





Gary O'Conn 

B.A. Rutgers University 

M.S., Ph.D., Texas A&M 



William Hodge; Art 

B.S. SIU 

M.F.A. U of Iowa 



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Cas Mendez-Vigo 

"" A., M.S. Uof Florida 





Daisy Moser; Switchboard Operator 



Loraine Brownfield; 
Secretary to President 











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Marjorie Olds; Food Services 




Jill Weil; Sec. to 
Institutional Research 



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Dorothy Bennett; Secretary to Librarian 



Jack Mark; Asst. Director of Special Programs 




Audrey Schiefer; Clerk 




Janet Peach; Stenographer 



Doris Wolfslau; Sec. to VP of Development 




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Jim Gammerman; Chicago Area Counselor 



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Theresa Berutti; Asst. of Communications, 
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Alma Weik; Gifts Secretary 



Charlotte Smith; Seer 
Admissions 




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Emma Murphy; Bookkeeper 



Dori Amari; 
Transcript Secretary 




Kathy Fuhrman; Asst. Director of Public Information 




Nobert Rapp; Director of 
Physical Plant 




Chris Beckker; Sec. to Dir. of the Plant 





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Kay Gaut; Sec. to VP of Academic Affairs 




Geoffrey Dubson; Library Assistant 



Robert Neider; Assist. Business Manager 



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Just Between 
You And Me 



G.O.C. 



We the writers wish to estab- 
lish our purpose in this first 
edition of Mck-Raker 1973. Our 
purpose is to search out and 
expose publicly real or apparent 
misconduct or outstanding 
achievement of prominent in- 
dividuals (you the students, 
faculty, and staff) of McKendree 
College. 

Congratulations Queen Laura 
Easley! 

Does Huck really change 
clothes in a phone booth? 

Dr. O'Connor, where did yoi 
learn to shake your tail feath- 
er? 

When you're hot you're hot! 
--Right Bunge?! 

Homer, quit clowning around. 

McKendree's entry in the St. 
Clair County tractor pull-- 
Mary Beans. 

Roommates of The Month 
Award goes to Polly and Debbie. 
You've earned it! 

Randy Hopwood, have you 
gone golfing lately? 

Susie and Linda, glad to see 
you made it back from Princess 
Anne's wedding in time for 
Homecoming. 

Bill Choat, glad to see you 
off your crutches! 

Linda Michaels, have you 
seen any UFO's lately? 

Debbie Lanius, who's the 
mystery man? 

What are those little pink 
things you've been knitting, 
Candy? 

Why the sparkle in your eye 
Carol Bopp? 

What do squirrels have that 
other animals don't have? What 
does McK have that other 



schools don't have? (little 
squirrels) 

Barnett Hall now has its own 
Avon Lady, LaRene Anderson. 

Thanks to the Miller repre- 
sentative, ^Christmas came 
early at Vic's. 

"The Morning After" dedi- 
cated to Rollie. 

Will anyone ever really know 
why Adelphi moved out of Old 
Science Hall?? 

Cheers to Lady and Mrs. 
Kuhl. 

Good luck with your Pep Band, 
Joe! 

Hey Ed, a penny for your 
thoughts. 

Gina, where did you get your 
walk? 

What ails you Randie? 

Does APO get special inter- 
est rates at the Lebanon Bank? 

Take care of that ankle, Dan! 

What do you do with a sus- 
pended cheerleader? 

Does 3rd floor Baker -have 
spooks? -- or are aU the spooks 
on first? 

Good luck, Deb! 

B. W. is getting to be quite 
the lady's man. 

Greaser of the month award 
goes to Mark Reibold. 

Chondus and Larry, you guys 
really know how to get it to- 
gether! 

Is it true that David Krause 
is involved in the Watergate 
scandal? 

"King of the Road" dedicated 
to Greg Ramsey. 

Smokey The Bear Award goes 
to Leonard Starling for his quick 
action at Homecoming. 



Stand up Roy! Excuse me, 
you are! 

Mice in January. Rats in 
February. What's next Barnett? 

Gimme five Nelson. 

Hey film committee. How 
about Deep Throat? 

Barnett Hall Olympic team. 
Keep up the running and sweat- 
ing- 
Driver of the week award 
goes to John Fenton. 

Glad to see you can walk 
this semester, Rollie. 

Patty Chapman -- We're 
watching you. 

Coffee House Feb. 20. 

What's happened to the freak 
of the week committee? 

Twins of the month. Randy 
and Linda Hopwood. 

Conserve more energy--eat 
more beans E 

Who's the birdman of Baker? 

Congrats, to King Cox and 
his Harem. Good luck with Royal 
Gambit. 

Second floor Baker is where 
it's at. 

Who's winning the security's 
pool tournament? 

Welcome back to campus Joe 
Jackson. 

Mindy-Stay out of FeroxHall. 



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Janitor of the month goes to 
Al, alias "Chief." 

Dave P. -I'd like to say this 
in three parts. 

Larene - Do you know what 
they call a dead avon lady? 
A dead ringer!!!!!! 

Where is Vice President 
Anderson when you need 
him!?!?!?!?!?!?! 

Sweethearts of the month- - 
Den and Karen. 

Congrats Archie for winning 
Student Government Scholar- 
ship. 

Rich - Give us your job 
definition. 

Barnett - Have you heard 
about the toilet paper shortage? 

Definition - Constipation: 
When you're at a pay toilet 
with a bent dime!!!!!! 

Mr. Freiner - We're glad 
you liked the Spurlows concert! 

Is there an oreo cookie in 
Baker lounge? 

Crazy Horse - Are the fire 
alarms out of order? My mother 
thanks you, my father thanks 
you, and my grandma and grand- 
pa thank you!! 

Where are Pat and Cherl? 

BEWARE WE'LL BE 
WATCHING YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!! 



If you are at all curious 
about the purpose of this article, 
Just do something Stupid, wild, 
wierd, or otherwise, and you 
will find out and so will the 
rest of the campus. 

Kian - Your yearbook was 
great, but who ever taught you 
how to spell our name. 

Congratulations to Leonard 
Starling on being made Com- 
mander General of McKendree 
and Belleville J.C. 

Hi! Mrs. Jefferson. 

Dave Ellis - We hope you're 
over your bronchitis. 

Brad Flinders - We like your 
haircut. 

Be sure to see Jericho Harp 
Sunday, Oct. 14 in Upper 
Deneen. 

Larry Shubach - How can you 
see to kick a soccer ball with 
all that hair? 

Jerry Thomas - Where is 
your brother Larry? Or is it 
Larry, where is Jerry? 

Vote for Who's Who can- 
didates on Oct. 24 and 25. 

Tom Hamilton - We thought 
you graduated, 

Question? What is a sure 
handled Doug Rose? Ans. What 
is a Doug Rose? 

Leonard Starling - We like 
your newspaper, it is just you 
we can't stand. 

Referee of the Week Award- 
It goes to Dave Krause and 
Ed Bergen for the fine job of 
officiating the BS'er and Ferox 
game. But next time guys, 
wear your glasses so you can 
see what is going on. 



Kay Hazelwonder - We are 
watching you. 

Mark Kramer - Happy "Yom 
Kippur" Day. 

For you sports fans we have 
a partial score for you. Israel 
5 - Egypt 1. Syria still running. 

Sign up for Homecoming 
Decorations. Leonard needs a 
lot of help. It looks great so 
far. Homecoming schedules 
are available in Lower Deneen. 

L.G. Clark - Is that your 
real name or do those letters 
stand for something. 

John Wayne Anderson - We 
will get you next time. 

Claudia Kerens - Sorry you 
weren't chosen to write this 
article. 

Join in the fun at Coffee 
House. 

Congratulations Harold 
Howie and Terry Minard on your 
recent engagement. 

Has anyone noticed the action 
taking place on front campus 
recently? It is hard to tell who 
the squirrels really are. 

Attend Chapel on Thursday 
mornings. It is painless and 
free. 

Randy Hopwood - Why do they 
call you magic fingers? 

Student Government - You get 
to be kidding. 

Got something to sell or 
trade? The McKendree Review 
will lend a helping hand. 




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Abby, Ruth 
Adamson, Cynthia 
Agles, Wayne 
Allen, Patricia Kay 
Allen, Ronald Mark 
Allford, Raymond 
Amarh, Archibald 
Amari, William 
Ambers, Charles 
Anderson, John C. 
Auclair, Richard 
Augustine, Danny 
Baer, Rodney 
Baker, Eugene 
Baker, Dean 
Baldwin, Robert 
Barnett, Charles 
Bayler, LaNell 
Beck, Randall 
Becker, Fred 
Benton, Sarah 
Berutti, Anthony 
Bivens, Jimmy 
Blackwell, Clester 
Bohle, Terry 
Brammer, Gerd 
Brooks, Robert 
Browder, Bessie 
Brown, Donald 
Brown, Ruth 
Bryant, Kathleen 
Bryson, Wilfred 
Bunge, James 
Burn's, Don 
Butera, James 
Butzinger, Ramon 
Bynum, Jane 
Cato, Kenneth 
Chiaramonte, John 
Clark, Thomas 
Collins, Peter 
Cromeans, Michael 
Culbert, Patricia 
Cutbert, Robert 
Dant, Francis 
Davidson, Edward 
Davis, Mary 
Dawson, Thomas 
Deckard, Steve 
Decker, Leonard 
DeGroff, Arlia 
Delker, Warren 
Docekal, Charles 
Douglas, Diana 
Douglas, William 
Dziuban, Kathleen 
Eckert, Elinor 
Evans, Pat 
Faist, Anne 
Fenton, John 
Fleming, Robert 
Foppe, Thomas 
Forbes, Juanita 



Friedric 
Furtkan 
Garcia, 
Gauntz, 




Friedrich, Jane 
tkamp, James 
Esther 
tz, Karen 
Gay, William 

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Giger, Dale 
Giger, Donna 
Gisondi, James 
Godwin, John 
Goforth, Laura 
Gregory, Thomas 
Gross, Stanley 
Grumley, Richard 
Haberman, Milton 
Hagist, Edna 
Hahs, Susan 
Hammond, Linda 
Harris, Roger 
Harris, Ruth 
Headburg, Robin 
Heberer, Earl 
Hedrick, Margaret 
Heer, Linda 
Henman, Mary 
Henning, Donald 
Herrin, James 
Hoerner, Dennis 
Hoover, Donna 
Huff, William 
Hummert, David 
Jackson, Joseph 
Johnson, Daniel 
Johnson, Timothy 
Kapelski, Donald 
Keene, Marsha 
Kelley, Sydne 
Kenney, Kenneth 
Klingelhoefer, Susan 
Knewitz, Gloria 
Knox, Gary 
Koebel, Mike 
Koertge, Rosalyn 
Kozera, Gregory 
Kramer, Ellen 
Kramer, Mark 
Kube, Alice 
Kuebel, John 
Kurt, Jerome 
Laesser, Joyce 
Lange, Jeffrey 
La Russa, Randie 
Lasich, Bill 
Lee, Charles 
Lemke, Clyde 
Looney, Judy 
Loos, Kimball 
Lyons, Deborah 
McAllister, Randal 
McAtee, William 
McCarty, Ruth 
McDonald, James 
McDuffy, Michael 
McFall, Doris 










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McFall, James 
McGrew, Rebecca 
McGrew, Rodney 
McPherson, Duncan 
Mahony, Philip 
Makarewicz, Michael 
Manning, Joanne 
Markarian, Kathy 
Marlin, Peggy 
Mathes, Stephen 
Meek, Carey 
Meek, John 
Meentemeyer, Dean 
Melton, Kathy 
Mernick, Dennis 
Meyer, Brenda 
Miller, Linda 
Miller, Richard 
Miller, Romulus 
Mudd, Beth 
Munden, William 
Murray, Mary Louise 
Myhre, Carol 
Nettemeier, James 
Niemeier, Barbara 
Noland, Robert 
Nunn, Terry 
O'Donnell, Mary Pat 
O'Keefe, Barbara 
Ord, James 
Otten, Donald 
Otten, Shirley 
Ovrebo, Eva 
Panfil, Sharman 
Parker, Al 
Parsons, Fred 
Pass, Leila-Anne 
Peacock, Roger 
Penny, Rickie 
Perrin, Richard 
Peterson, Paul 
Planitz, Theresa 
Poore, Rodger 
Porter, John 
Porter, Lowell 
Pylypiw, John 
Radosevich, Dennis 
Reed, Colleen 
Reindl, Robert 
Reiter, Richard 
Rich, Don 
Richardson, Avis 
Rieckenberg, Rick 
Robles-Mercado, Modesta 
Rohlfing, Barbara 
Rooney, David 
Rueter, Marjorie 
Sadler, Shari 
Sanders, Monroe 
Sawicki, Raymond 
Schmale, Arnold 




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Schuchardt, Thomas 
Schutzenhofer, Dan 
Sciarra, Loretta 
Severns, William 
Shaw, James 
Simms, David 
Simpson, Dean 
3ims, Robert 
Smith, Doug 
Smith, Hattie 
Smith, Rita 
Snyder, David 
Spencer, Peggy 
Springmeier, Anita 
Stevenson, Abigail 
Stewart, Stanley 
Stiers, Virg 
Stone, Robe 
Strobbe, Joh 
Studnicke, Delores 
Sullivan, Mary 
Svoboda, Robert 
Sykes, Assie 
Szewczyk, Karen 
Tabaka, Kelly 
Taylor, Jerome 
Thompson, Jeffrey 
Thompson, Philip 
Tiller. Lillie 
Trujillo, Rachel 
Upchurch, Pamela 
Vance, Carley 
Vandeloo, Gary 
Vitse, Martha 
Vollmer, Michael 
Vollmer, Patrick 
VonBokel, Nancy 
Vonnahme, Marianne 
Wagner, Betty 
Wagner, Pamela 
Ware, Marvin 
Warner, Donna 
Washington, Frank 
Waters, Brenda 
Watkins, Purley 
Watt, James 
Weathers, Bradley 
Webb, Robert 
Weber, Thomas 
Welter, Edward 
Wetzel, Randy 
Whelan, James 
White, James 
Whitehouse, Lennie 
Wicks, Suzanne 
Wilke, Charles 
Willett, Edward 
Williams, James 
Wolf, Wade 
Yunker, John 










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JUNIORS 









Becky Carson 
Oakdale, III. 



Bobbie Coleman 
E. St. Louis, III. 






Ernestine Conyers 
E.St. Louis, III. 



Wayne Dillender 
Trenton, III. 






Connie Horman 
Metropolis, III. 








Kathy Julian 
West Frankfort, III. 














Paula Oestreich 
Centralia, III. 





Dorothea Peters 
Trenton, III. 





Constance Rockingha 
E. St. Louis, III 











Donnielesky Wallace 
Lebanon, III. 





Nancy Weible 
Huntsville, Ala. 




Sandy Wernsman 
Centralia, III 



Toni Whittaker 
Belleville, III. 



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Front row, from left: Dojg Rose, John Potthast, Fred Brauer, Chris Karsteter, Jim McFall, Tom Hamilton, Steve Harris, Marty Roustio, Rich 
Kotras. Back row, from left: Brion Gallagher, Bob Blackwell, Larry Schupbach, Tom Wolfslau, Don Huckaby, Jim Williams, Bill James, Mark 
Crayton, Roger Abell, Brad Flinders, Coach Howard Porter, Jose Pereira (not pictured). 

Successful Soccer Season 



This year's soccer team 
played to a fine 4-4-1 record. 
At a glance one would proba- 
bly think, "Big deal! it's just 
a 500 season." You are partly 
right, because it is a big deal. 
Last year at this time this team 
had a 1-7 record, with no idea 
of what to expect this year. 

During spring workout last 
year Coach Howard Porter was 
very optimistic, because nobody 
was really sure of what this 
year's team would look like. 
From the very first game the 
team showed good judgement in 
playing the defense and the of- 
fense. They showed an over- 
whelming desire to score goals. 

This desire and aggressive- 
ness payed off as can be seen 
in the team's final statistics. 
This year the team doubled 
its goal output from 10 last year 
to 21 this year. They also 
scored the highest number of 
goals they have ever scored in 
a game, 7 against Lindenwood 
College. On defense a big 



change could be seen, not only 
did the Bearcats score goals but 
they proved that they could stop 
them as well. Last year the 
opposition scored an average 
of 5.4 more goals per game than 
the Bearcats. This year that 
figure dropped as the opposi- 
tion outscored McKendree by 
only 1.6 goals, almost four less 
goals per game. Two of the 
main factors for this were the 
ever steady play of Doug Rose 
in goal, and the maturing of Bill 
James at his sweeper fullback 
position. This year also, the 
Bearcats and Doug Rose re- 
corded their first shutout in the 
soccer program's history, when 
the kickers defeated Westmin- 
ster 2-0. 

Not all of the credit goes to 
the guys on the team. Much 
of it goes to Coach Porter in 
,his ability to hold this team 
together despite two previous 
seasons when the team had only 
one victory. 

Through his determination, 



understanding, and patience, 
Coach Porter has started to 
build a strong soccer program 
for the coming years here at 
Bearcat U. 

This year's leading scorer 
was Chris Carstetter with 6 
goals and 3 assists. Behind 
him was Jim McFall with 7 
goals and one assist for a 
total of 8 points. 

Next season, Coach Porter 
hopes to schedule 12 varsity 
games and possibly 4 scrim- 
mage games. Next year, there 
will be 17 returning players, 
including 11 lettermen. 

Mr. Porter felt that the team 
had a very good season and will 
have an even better season 
next year. With the mixture 
of the old and the new the 
McKendree College soccer 
team will have an excellent 
season that will hopefully see 
them on their way to N.A.I. A. 
playoffs. 




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RETIRING QUEEN 
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107:i QUEEN CANDIDATES 

Laura Easlev 

Paula Gillespe\ 

Dixie Robert-. 

JUNIOR MAJD 
Nancy Weihk 

SOPHOMORE MAID 
Rav Hazelwonder 

FRESHMAN MAID 
Joyce Gobin 



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HOMECOMING 1973-74 

McKendree's 1973-74 Home- 
coming took place over the week- 
end of November 16th, 17th, and 
18th. This year's theme was "Days 
of Future Past." 

Last minute preparations for the 
activities of homecoming weekend 
were made late on Friday. Early 
registration for returning alumni 
was held at 7:00 pm in Lower 
Deneen. At 8:00 pm, an evening 
performance of "Barefoot in the 
Park", directed by Mrs. Grace 
Welch, was given by several stu- 
dents in Eisenmeyer Hall. During 
the typical last-minute rush to 
finish the floats, a three-hour 
moratorium on the construction 
of floats was respected by all the 
Greek organizations. In honor of 
"Fifties Day", Bill Anderson's Rock 
and Roll Revival offered laughs 
and lively entertainment to all who 
attended the nostalgic hop. 

Alumni registration continued in- 
to Saturday. Open-house of 
residence halls was held until three 
o'clock and guided campus tours 
for the alumni were staged during 
this time. 

The annual Homecoming 

Parade left Hypes Field at 10:00 am and travelled the traditional route through the heart of Lebanon. Objective judgement of the floats, 
based on neatness, originality, and overall appearance took place during the parade. 

At 12:30 in the afternoon "Barefoot in the Park" was again presented in Eisenmeyer Auditorium. 

Immediately preceeding the basketball game, a one-hour reception was held in the Bearcat Booster Den in the gymn forstudents, alumni, 
and the entire campus community. 



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The basketball game was the major 
athletic event of the weekend and McKendree 
Bearcats pounced Arkansas Baptist with 
a score of 89-60. 

At half time, Mrs. Lyn White introduced 
the queen's court. The three candidates for 
homecoming queen were Dixie Roberts, 
Laura Easley, and Paula Gillespie. Junior 
maid was Nancy Weible, Sophomore maid 
was Kay Hazelwonder, and Freshman maid 
was Joyce Gobin. 

Lyn also presented trophies and cash 
prizes to the winners of the parade floats. 
Alpha Omega received first place trophy 
which was accompanied by $100. Ferrox 
accepted second place and $50, and Gamma 
Sigma Sigma placed third. 

Bob Stone was the recipient of the 
Vesely Scholarship Award for 1973-1974 
which is presented annually to a McKendree 
senior with outstanding athletic ability. 

The most anticipated event of the week- 
end took place on Saturday evening. From 
8:00 pm till 1:00 am, couples composed 
of students, alumni and staff danced in the 
romantic atmosphere of Catholic Knights 
and Ladies of Illinois Hall in Belleville. 
The night began with a quiet social hour 
followed by a buffet dinner. At 10:30, 
the Queen's Court was once again presented 
and Laura Easley received a standing ovation 
as she was crowned 1973 Homecoming 
Queen. As the excitement calmed, the 
couples drifted happily in the mellow mood 
of the evening, 
evening ushered out the final event of homecoming weekend. A movie whose title summarized the mental state of all those 
homecoming was shown in Upper Deneen. The film was FRENZY. 




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HOMECOMIN G CO-C H AIRMEN 

Leonard Starling 
Richard Kotras 



COMMITTEE 
[udy Fries Dixie Robert? 



Pam Boden 
Donna Perkins 
Debbie Knsturin 
Luann Lucy 
Laura Easley 
Randy Hopwood 
Ka\ Hazelwonder 
Sharon Jones 
[anet Simmons 



Ron Manning 
Ruslv Lucy 
Nancy Weible 
Paula Gillespey 
Paula Oestricli 
Ma roe Berkel 
[anet Bowermaster 
[ohn Wayne Anderson 
Lynn White 
Rich Vandegrab 



OUR SINCERE 1 1LWKS 
In MRS. KUHL 



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'Breathe deep the gathering gloom. 
Watch lights fade from every room 
Bedsitter people look back and 

lament, 
Another day's useless energy spent 
Impassioned lovers wrestle as one, 
Lonely man cries for love and has 

none. 
New mother picks up and suckles 

her son, 
Senior citizens wish they were 

young, 
Cold hearted orb that rules the 

night. 
Removes the colours from our sight 
Red is grey and yellow white, 
But we decide which one is right. 
And which is an illusion???." 






Holman Library 
McKendree College 
Lebanon, III. 62254 




"Cold hearted orb that rules the 

night. 
Removes the colours from our sight 
Red is grey and yellow white, 
But we decide which is right. 
And which is an illusion? 
Pinprick holes in a colourless sky, 
Let insipid figures of light pass by 
The mighty light of ten thousand 

suns, 
Challenges infinity and is soon gone, 
Night time, to some a brief interlude, 
To others the fear of solitude. 
Brave Helios wake up your steeds, 
Bring the warmth the countryside 
needs." 





WHO'S WHO IN THE CAST: 

CHARLIE BROWN • is played by Roger Lyons. This is Roger's first appear- 
ance on the stage. Roger hails from Centralia, Illinois. He is a sophomore 
majoring in Psychology. 

SNOOPY • Played by John Jamison, Beardstown, Illinois. John is a Senior 
majoring in English and Speech. This is John's debut on the stage but he 
has participated in all the previous productions in the backstage depart- 
ment. John's role as Snoopy will entitle him to enter Alpha Psi Omega 
this semester. 

LUCY - Played by Karen Szewezyk. Karen is from Belleville, Illinois. Karen 
is a junior majoring in Nurse's Ed. and minoring in Sociology. She is 
presently a P.N. at Centerville Hospital. This is her debut on the stage. She 
has various experience stemming from High School. 

LUCY (understudy) - Mary Davis hails from Collinsville, Illinois. She is a 
sophomore majoring in piano. She has a wide variety of musical abilities and 
has also been co-director of the musical portion of this production. 
LINUS - Gary Cox hails from Carmi, Illinois. He is a sophomore majoring 
in Elem. Ed. Gary first appeared on the stage as 'Jacque' in the 'Miser'. The 
part as Linus will enable him to become a member of Alpha Psi Omega. 





SCHROEDER • Tom Cunningham is from Wood River, Illinois. Tom has 
previous experience from high school. He is a sophomore majoring in 
Mathematics. This is his debut on the stage. 

PATTY - Played by Susan Haney, O'Fallon, III. Sue is a freshman majoring 
in Speech. She has previous experience from high school. This is her debut 
on the stage. 

'george lightcap, jr'. - george is a sophomore majoringiin Speech-Theatre. 
He hails from Belvidere, New Jersey, making his debut last year as 'Harpagon', 
"THE MISER", then 'Brian', "A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG". 

PROPS Mary Scott and Mary Voegele 

PUBLICITY Terry Minard, Harold Howie and 

Janet Simmons 
MAKE-UP Randie LaRussa and Claudia 

Kerens 

SET CONSTRUCTION Dan Lepp, Tom Cunningham, 

Roy Seiber, John Jamison, Sue Haney, Doug Book; George Lightcap Jr., 
JohnWayne Anderson, Karen Szewczyk, Gary Cox, Sigma Kappa Tau and 
Pat Allen. 

LIGHTING John W. Anderson, Rusty Sanders, 

Roy Seiber, Tom Gingles and Pledges of Philo. 

COSTUMES Kathe Bryant 





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My happiness wilts as the dying summer flowers 
fade into autumn. 

Rooms of emptiness surround my being, 

my life seems so distant. 
I am existing merely in form. 

We could not help what happened, my friend, 
for fate lies in someone else's hands. 

But we tried 

i did — 

did YOU ? 
Rosalie Phillips 




Together today 

for a good time 
Thinking of yesterday 

and days gone by 
Dreaming of tomorrow 

with a touch of hope 
3ut always living 

for each moment 




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A soul full of peace, 
A mind full of knowledge 
A body full of life. 
And, a heart full of love. 

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I. to r.: Bnon Gallagher, Chris Strobbe, Tim Johnson, Robert Webb, John Roth, Chuck Wilke, Scot Sternburg, Terry IMunn and Coach Van Smith. 




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Trying to mend 

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Putting it back together 

with love so we never part 



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Something new I have gained. 

A new love for people. 

Having someone to talk with- 

A new friend. 

Someone to understand- 

And someone to help me understand myself. 

With this new joy 

I have gained confidence 

Not only in myself— but in others as well. 

The loneliness I first experienced 

has diminished. 

I now feel I am needed and I also 

have a true need- 

A need for others. 



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Sitting here, looking around 
And wondering just what this is 
It has taken hold of my heart 
It is tugging, pulling me down 



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The throbbing pain is so strong. 

The misery that dwells within 

Is constantly demanding. 

The pain must be eased. 

I need to be rescued from the 

misery. 

But how can I? 

For loneliness cannot conquer 

itself 



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Terry 




INTERCOLLEGIATE GOLF 1973-74 




From left to right: Bill Wesselman, Jim Watt, Rodney McGrew, Keith Wieneke, Mike Krause, Phil Souders, Tom Wolfslau, Rich Grumley and 
Don Burris (not pictured). 



GOLF SCHEDULE 1973-74 



Medal 


Blackburn 


(L) 






vs. 


McKendree 


(W) 


Home 


Match-Medal 


Greenville 


(L) 






vs. 


McKendree 


(W) 


Away 


Medal 


Washington U. 


(W) 






vs. 


McKendree 


(L) 


Away 


Medal 


Blackburn 


(L) 






vs. 


McKendree 


(W) 


Away 


Medal 


II College 


(L) 






vs. 


McKendree 


(W) 


Away 


Medal 


Washington 


(L) 






vs. 


McKendree 


(W) 


Home 


Medal 


Greenville 


(L) 






vs. 


McKendree 


(W) 


Home 


Medal 


SIU 

McKendree 6 Wins 


(W) 
2 Losses 






vs. 


McKendree 


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Away 




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Louisville Center 



Students 



Chuck Burroughs 
David 0. Thomas 
Paul G. Bandy 



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Richard J. Webb 
Bobby A. Hudson 
Dick Norman 
Lynn E. Elsing 
Sherman C. Lockard 
Paul Mac.Farland 



Raymond M. Heflin 
John C. Raney 
Bobby E. Hatfield 
Robert Pinkel 



Larry G. Alexander 



Larry Hampton 
John Grass 
Hershel L. Finney 
Patricia D. Aldridge 
James L. Aldrich 
George E. Anderson 





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gaze on the books on the shelf, 
ng the peace of being by myself. 
I ponder what makes the world go round, 
As time goes on with leap and bound. 
What does life really consist of ? 
Are there devils below and a God above? 
Are there ever answers to these questions, 
Or must one keep on wondering till extinction ? 

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a young couples marriage una 
their first big argument!) 
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et Simmons and Jim White car- 
ries the show through aided by 
the old (but young at heart) 
portrayal of Mr. Valesco by 
George Lightcap and the pe- 
rennial smile of Mary Voegle 
in the part of Mrs. Banks. 
Rusty Sanders and Bill James 



added laughs as the telephon 

Between Jim White's lmita 
tions of W. C. Fields and, yes 
even a parakeet, come the lm 
agination, wit, and charm of a 
up and coming actor. Look ou 
Robert Redford, here he comes 
Jane Fonda might have to mak 
a little room too as Janet Sim 
mons is quite convincing in he 
love, affection, and fits 
her new, "near perfec 
band in the play. 

Congratulations are 
for the Director, Grac 
and her entire product 
for a job well done. 



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In January, fifteen McKendree students, Dr. and Mrs. 
Stiers, and Librarian Grove winged away to London, England. 
The course was "An Introduction to English Civilization," and 
what better way is there to learn about a people than to live 
among them for a month. Association with the English in day- 
to-day living introduced the students to their present mode of 
life, and numerous tours and visits introduced them to the rich 
English heritage. 

The initial tour was a survey of London. Tours then extended 
out to many other important and historical sites throughout 
England. The students saw Oxford, Winchester, and Canterbury. 
In Canterbury the archbishop, who is the head of the church, 
resides near the Cathedral. Windsor Castle, Eton College, and 
Salisbury, near which the Stonehenge is located, were also on 
the agenda. Finally, the students visited Hampton Court, a 
Tudor palace that Henry VIII lived in. 

In London itself, many interesting sections were observed 
during walking tours. One day, the seats of government at 
Westminister (House of Parliament), and Whitehall were on the 
itinerary. The Tower of London, The National Gallery, the Inns 
of Court and the Royal Courts of Justice were also explored. 

A Mozart opera, ballet, drama, and art heightened the 
student's appreciation of the fine arts. The background provided 
by classroom lectures, countryside tours, and observations of, 
and conversations with, the English people expanded everyone's 
conception of English civilization and history, and broadened 
an~^understanding of new social values, ideas, and behavior. 








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In the Cathedral at Salisbury 




The Sheldonian Theatre at Oxford 



A suit of armor worn by Henry VI 



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Appointment to the Who's Who is a prestigious and envious 
honor. This exclusive honor is conferred upon a select few who 
have exhibited outstanding leadership and scholastic achievement. 
The program has earned the overwhelming respect of college 
faculities and administrations throughout the country. 

In addition to recognition for outstanding achievement, students 
are entitled to several special benefits: 

- Lifetime use of the Reference/Placement Services 

- Personal certification attesting to the student's membership 
in the program 



Who's Who 

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- Local and national publicity regarding selection to the 
program 

- An invitation to participate in national student polls 

We wish all the McKendree students who have been accepted 
to Who's Who our hearty congratulations and the best of luck in 
all future endeavors. 



Paula Gillespey 

Vice President Alpha Omega 

Secretary Publications Review 

Board 

Student Congress 

Treasurer I.S.C. 

Homecoming Committee 

Film Committee 





Laura Easley 

1974-Homecoming Queen 
Student Government Treasurer 

1973-74 
President of Sigma Zeta 

1973-74 
Student Conduct Committee 
Program Committee 
Speaker Committee 
Biology Scholarship 1971-74 












David Krause 
Student Government 

President- 
1973-1974 (Fall 

Semester) 




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Leonard Starling 

Representative-at-large 

Managing Editor McKendree 

Review 

Vice President Alpha Phi 

Omega 

Development Committee 

President's Committee on 

Goverance 

Spring Festival Chairman 

Homecoming Chairman 

APO Bloodmobile 





Terry Minard 

Vice Pres. of Alpha Psi Omega 

Secretary of Alpha Omega 

Comm. of the Board of 

Trustees 

Freshman Rep. 1970-71 

Rep. at Large 1971-72 

Women's Judicial Board 

1970-71-72 

Director of Talent Show '71 

Director of Fine Arts Revue 

1973 



Harold Howie 



Kathy Carson 

President Alpha Omega 

Cheerleader 

I.S.C. 

Alpha Omega 

Vice President I.S.C. 

Homecoming Committee 




Who's Who Among Students In 
American Universities & Col lenes 



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Editor McKendrean 1972-73, 

1973-74 

Vice President Sigma Zeta 

1972-73 

Sigma Zeta Member 

McKendree Choir 1970-72 

Rotary Club Award Winner 

1971-72, 1973-74 

Rotary Club Speaker 



Hal Gray 

Vice President Student 

Government 1972-73 

hairman Social Life 

hairman Programs Committee 
Secretary Pi Lambda Tau 

Lambda Tau 
Member Sigma Zeta 




Dan Lepp 
McKendrean Staff 
President McKendree Choii 
Alpha Psi Omega 





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The Philosophian Literary 
Society has the distinction of 
being the oldest fraternity on 
campus. Founded in 1837, it 
has served McKendree College 
very adequately for 137 years 
in the field of literature. Philo 
is active in the Intramural 
Athletic Program. However, 
within its own meetings and 
fraternal interaction, a great 
deal of emphasis is placed on 
personal literary and rhetorical 
achievement. Philo deems itself 
in nurturing fraternal brother- 
hood as do most organizations. 
However, Philo considers broth- 
erhood to be thegroupnessof a 
closed organization, but the 
closeness of an open group. 




Bruce Moeller 
Ed Bergen 
Jerry Thomas 
Tom McHugh 
Nelson McAtee 
Gary Cox 

John Wayne Andersor 
Randy McGuire 
Clyde Brown 
Byung Son 
James White 
Delbert Scranton 



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David Wilkey (Advisor) 

Ed Davidson 

Dennis Toberman 

Scott Sterrenberg 

Tim Triggs 

John Fenton 

Dr. John Kovac (Advisor 

Joe Lanius 

Harold Howie 

Mike Krause 

Mark Allen 

Bill Wesselmen 

Pat Doyle 

Dan Johnson 






John Russell 

Daniel Miller 

Roland Campbell 

Edward Streif (Advisor) 

David Krause 

Timothy McDonald 

Keith Wieneke 

Roger Jones (not pictured) 

Robert Reindle (not pictured) 

Robert Young (not pictured) 

Rodney McGrew (not pictured) 




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1. 


Craig Votrian 




14. 


Bruce Winterrowd 


2. 


Dennis Thomas 




15. 


David Ellis 


3. 


Ken Suzuki 




16. 


Hal Gray 


4. 


Fred Brauer 




17. 


Frank Washington 


5. 


Rudy Williams 




18. 


Dennis Radosevich 


6. 


Jay Greer 




19. 


Lloyd Steinkamp 


7. 


Robert Eickhoff 




20. 


John Roth 


8. 


Landon Moore 




21. 


Brad Weathers 


9. 


Brian Gallagher 




22. 


Ronald Christ 


10. 


Bruce Brock 




23. 


David Adams 


11. 


Jon Johnson 




24. 


Phillip Souders 


12. 


Christopher Karsteter 


25. 


David Dutler (Advisor) 


13. 


Francis Dant (Bu 


tch) 


26. 


Jim Bunge 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




Alpha Phi Omega is one of the largest fraternities in our country 
today. There are over 500 chapters with a membership of over 
150,000 men. A.P.O.'s main objectives are to promote leadership, 
provide friendships, and service to the community, school, and 
nation. 

Chi Omega, formally Alpha Kappa Tau, was founded in 1967 
with the ideals of promoting leadership, friendship, and service to 
all intents and purposes for the Campus. The society is active in 
many service projects throughout the school year, creating a unity 
of Brotherhood between members and benefiting the Campus and 
surrounding communities. 

In the spring of 1972, AKT became a charter member of the 
national service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega. The chapter name is 
Chi Omega and is the only national fraternity of the McKendree 
Campus. 

Chi Omega Chapter prides itself on providing service whenever 
needed and great unity between brothers. 




1. Tom Wolfslau 

2. Don Kelpelski 

3. Mark Reibold 

4. Phil Egan 

5. Bill Best 

6. John Potthast 

7. Leonard Starling 

8. Steve Harris 



Don Huckaby 
David Koelling 
Gregory Kozera 
MikeCromeans 
Bradley Flinders 



Bill Wesselman 
Craig Votrian 
Robert Eickhoff 
Thomas Weber 
Terry Nunn 
Bill James 
Brian Gallagher 
Robert Blackwell 
Dan Johnson 
Lloyd Steinkamp 
Doug Rose 




1. Connie Hormon 

2. Melanie Feazel 

3. Kathleen Jones 

4. Linda Marick 

5. Nancy Weible 

6. Trina Schaefer 

7. Jean Kirts (Advisor) 

8. Sherry Ratz 

9. Mary Beans 



ALPHA OMEGA 



In the three years that Alpha Omega had been actively re-instated on campus, 
it has proven itself to be a strong, active, and worthwhile organization. Alpha 
Omega is based upon the belief that the college years should be a rich mixtureof 
learning, service, and friendship, and that through finding your own individuality 
you can find real happiness with those around you. In addition to service projects 
for the campus and community, Alpha Omega has adopted an American Indian 
girl, to be supported with funds raised by the organization. 



Dana Ard 
Lynn Strieker 
Joyce Gobin 
Terry Minard 
Peggy Spencer 
Kay Hazelwonder 
Donna Perkins 
Kathy Markarian 
Lanell Bayler 
Cindy Weubbles 
Mary Sullivan 
Ellen Olds 
Kathy Smith 
Paula Gillespie 
Donna Geiger 
Mrs. Welch (Advisor) 
Barb Koeble 
Judy Harper 
Debbie Lanius 
Kathy Carson 
Nancy Weible 





22. Janet Simmons 

23. Mindy Mernick 
Not Pictured: 

Susie Klingelhoefer 
Rose Kerche 






SIGMA KAPPA TAU, Colony of 
GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA 

Sigma Kappa Tau, founded in 1967, has concentrated its efforts this past year 
on service projects that would allow acceptance in the National Sorority of Gamma 
Sigma Sigma. Activities throughout the year included hours spent with community 
affairs, as well as school services. Sigma Kappa Tau received notification of 
colonization under Gamma Sigma Sigma on February 28, 1973, and after a years 
probation-they will soon become a charter member. 



Gina Harlin 
Claudia Cook 
Chris Miller 
Melanie Feazel 
Robin Headberg 
Karen Rankin 
Mary Beans 
Jeanne Cygan 
Becky Carson 
Pam Boden 
Kathy Jones 
Pat Jamison 
Pat Keihna 
Sherry Hampton 
Susan Fette 



Not Pictured: Sherry Ratz 




KAPPA LAMBDA IOTA 



from McKendree. Being a 
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1. Phil Eagan 6. Kathy Markarian 

2. Wayne Dillinder 7. Laura Easley 

3. Dianne Widicus 8. Hal Gray 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



4. Dianne Douglas 

5. Terry Planitz 



9. Kian Bin Chu 



From Left to Right: Mrs. Grace Welch (Advisor), 'george lightcap', Candace Switzer, John Wayne Anderson, Gary Cox, Claudia Keren, Dr. Dean 
Thomlison (Advisor). 




The 



McKendree 
Review 



Volumn LIU No. 10 



March 15, 1974 



B Lebanon, III 




Rich Grumley 
Pam Boden 
Judy Fries 
Mary Beans 
Claudia Cook 
Jeanne Cygan 
Marge Berkel 
Paul Cermak 
Leonard Starlit 
Mrs. Best (Advil 



McKendree Review 

Printed every other week of 
the school year except during the 
holiday and semester vacations 
and examination periods by the 
O'Fallon Progress for the Mc- 
Kendree Students Assoeiation. 

Editor Leonard Starling 

Sports Editor . . Mark Kramer 

REPORTERS 
Judy Fries. . . .Pam Boden 
Claudia Cook. . .Jeanne Cygan 
Marge Berkel. . .Mary Beans 

Bill Lasich Paul Cermak 

Janet Bowermaster 
Rich Grumley . . Nelson McAtee 
Photographer .... Bill Best 
and Dave Dow 

Advisor Evelyn Best 

Opinions expressed in signed 
editorials, letters, and articles 
are those of the writers and 
do not necessarily represent the 
views of the McKendree Re- 
view, the Student Association, or 
McKendree College. 



Not Pictured: 
Bill Lasich 
Mark Kramer 
Dave Dow 
Robert Rick 
Nelson McAtee 




is a matter of fact, this 

book of 1 974 is dedicated 

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students, faculty and 

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ly dedicate it to Dr. 

Emerial Owen, who has 
shown great interest in people, 
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