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"Ladies and Gentlemen -MCK presents the season 1980!" Somebody once 
said that the world was a stage, and all people were actors on that stage. That's 
why I chose to arrange this yearbook in the format of a TV season. The maority 
of students here have grown up with television, and it's been a good-or bad- 
part of their lives. Television seems to reflect life in a lot of eerie ways. As you 
look through this book you'll see the resemblance. The students, of course, are 
the cast -the actors and actresses that play the lives and experience the many 
facets of college life which are portrayed in this book. Every television show has 
a group of people working with and for the cast -the Executives, our Administra- 
tion, and the crew members, our Faculty and Staff. The whole iVlcKendree 
College situation is similar to a TV channel - we even have our own call letters - 
MCK. We have vanous TV shows here on campus, for example, The Wide 
World of Sports (or is that Wild?), Animal Kingdom, (guess!). The Big Event, lots 
of Candid Camera shows, a few Real People shows, Mod Squad, Masterpiece 
Theater, Dragnet, Get Smart, even Award Shows!! We have had a great season 
here at McKendree (maybe I should say channel MCK.) We tned to get a little bit 
of everything crunched into this book which took an Incredible amount of work. 
We seemed to have quite a lot of trouble on the network which resulted in a lot 
of events and organizations not being pictured. We had snags In communica- 
tions with professional photographers who were supposed to capture the Big 
Event -Homecoming -which was then held hostage by said photographer for 
many months, before being released harmed and severely weakened (see 
pages 81-96). This yearbook is one of the more expensive books In recent 
years. Each added detail or decoration on each page ADDS UP QUICKLY, but 
we felt that since your tuition money would be used in SOME way, it might as 
well be in a book that you would get to keep free of charge. So we tried to make 
it an enjoyable book at least, if not a great TV Guide. This is the first year for 
Advertisements in the McKendrean, and it was a real thnll walking up and down 
Lebanon's street begging antique-store owners to buy a 25-dollar ad. As you 
can see, not many did (ask Gwen Frederking how she feels about yearbook 
ads). We had planned on ten pages, raking in a cool $1,000, but $150 is better 
than $0. As you may or may not have known, an amount equal to tuition for 32 
credits was divided among the four co-editors of the REVIEW and the MC- 
KENDREAN, around $705 for each person, which may or may not have been 
earned. I feel like this was a heck of a lot of money for doing something I like, so 
while I eagerly accepted this pay, I also tried to listen to everyone's ideas and 
suggestions for the kxjok. A yearbook may not be a great literary effort, but it is 
still planned as such and must follow a basic theme, so it was impossible to use 
all the ideas. I tried to sound ideas out on people (especially Barnett First since 
they were handy) and I did drop some of my most stupid ideas (although you 
may not believe that after reading this t)ook). I wanted everyone to be In on the 
progress all along, and many people were interested In helping, but it's very 
hard to keep a person working in the same direction as the rest of the book 
without some sort of supervision, and it was kind of hard for me to ask someone 
to help at 3:30 am, which was best the tjest time for me to "create." The main 
help from others came in the form of sympathy and encouragement, ("Hey, I 
APPRECIATE IT!! ") So the book is finally here, we worked hard, I hope you 
enjoy and like it, and don't mention the word "yearbook " to me for the next 
twenty years. (!). 




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Steelevllle, II 
Political Science, BA 

2. Annette Adams 
Collinsville, II 
Humanities (English), BA 

3. Nann Adams 
Collinsville, II 
Elementary Ed., BSE 

4. Jennifer Lee Aitken 
Mascoutah, II 

Ace. /Bus. Ad., BBA 

5. Neil Patrick Baker 
Mascoutah, II 
Mktg./Math, BBA 




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1 . Pamela Balsano 
Centralia, II 
Public Ad., BA 

2. Jennifer Jane Barnett 
Decatur, II 

Human Service, BS 


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Mascoutah, II 

Bus. Ad./Mktg./Mgmt., BBA 




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1 . Larry Bryant 
East St. Louis, II 
Physical Education, Bb 

2. Lynn Bujnak 
Belleville, II 

Ctiristian Ed/Speech Comm., BA 

3. Ellen Lisa Cameron 
Centralia, II 
Chemistry, BS 

4. Jeff Colclasure 
Xenia, II 

Criminal Justice, BS 

5. Michael Cramer 
Bogota, Columbia 
Pre-Law, BS 



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1 . Alayna Davies 
Belleville, II 
Psychology, BA 

2. Susan Renee DeHart 
Belleville, II 

Music Education, BME 

3. Camilla Demaree 
Rushville, II 
English, BA 

4 Mike Dinga 
Belleville, II 
Mkt./Mgmt., BBA 

5. Lloyd Douglas Elmore 
Belleville, II 
Bus. Ad , BBA 




1 . Karen L. Evanko 
Collinsville, II 

Bus. Ad./Mkt./Mgmt., BBA 

2. Linda Sue Farthing 
Carrier Mills, II 

Math Education, BA 

3. Norb Feltrop 
Breese, II 

Bus. Ad., BBA/Ans., BA 

4. Kyle D. Fink 
Belleville, II 

Ed. /Biology, BS 

5. James Ellis Ford 
Lebanon, II 

Pol. Sci., BA/Parks & Rec, BS 




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1. Donald Joseph Frolker 
Belleville, 
Bus. Ad/Accounting, BBA 

2. Lance Gardner 
Centralia, II 
Parks & Rec, BS 

3. Kimbara L. Graham 
Teutopolls 
Criminal Justice, BS 

4. Mary Kaye Griffith 
luka, II 
Corrections, BS 

5. Paula K. Gross 
Lebanon, II 
Elementary Ed., BSE 



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1. Don Haida 
Belleville 
Bus. Ad./Mktg., BBA 

2. Kathy Hardesty 
St. Jacobs, II 
Physical Education, BS 

3. Judith Harlow 
Harrisburg, II 
Medical Tech., BS 

4. Jonathon Harry 
Belleville, II 
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5. Shirley Mines 
Belleville, II 
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1 . Beth Ann Howard 
Lebanon, II 
Psychology, BA 

2. Richard Howard 
St. Ann, Mo 
Business Ad., BBA 

3. Rosa Ivonne Isern 
Greenville, II 
Business Ad., BBA 

4. Betty E. Isringhaus 
Okawville, II 
Elementary Ed., BSE 

5. Janet H. Johnson 
Hillsboro, II 
Elementary Ed., BSE 



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1. Madonna J. Knowles 
Mascoutah, II 

El. Ed., BSE/Soc. Sci., BA 

2. John Joseph Kowalis, Jr. 
Fairmont City, II 

Bus. Ad. /Accounting, BBA 

3 Larry Lechner 

Trenton, II 

Bus. Ad./Mktg., BBA 

4. Raymond J. Leslie 
Collinsville, II 

Bus. Ad , BBA/Sec. Ed. 

5. Margie Lynn Lipe 
Belleville, II 
Elementary Ed., BSE 




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Fairview Heights, II 
English/Speech Comm., BA 

2. Bonnie Sue Mill 
Ashley, II 
Elementary Ed., BSE 

3. Kevin James Miller 
Belleville. II 
Biology, BS 

4. Thomas Milliner 
Peoria, II 

Pol. Sci. /Criminal Jus., BA 

5. Karen Sue Missey 
St. Jacob, II 
Physical Education, BS 





1. Cheryl A. Morley 
Collinsville, II 
Accounting/Mktg., BBA 

2. Felicia G. Mueth 
Mascoutah, II 

Psy., BA/Equest., BS 

3. Norton Newcomb III 
Lebanon. II 

Pol. Sci./Pre-Law, BA 

4. Gloria DeHaven Pearson 
Chicago, II 

Political Science, BA 

5. Kevin Lee Quaid 
Okawville, II 

Bus. Ad./Mgmt., BBA 




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1. Nancy Marie Rothschild 
OTallon, II 

Crim. Jus/Police Ad., BA 

2. Tere Cramer Runyon 
Bogota, Columbia 
Psychology, BA 

3. Robert Louis Savio 
St. Louis, Mo 
Mktg./Mgmt., BBA 

4. John Bernard Schatte 
Chicago, II 

Business Ad., BBA 

5. John B. Schomaker 
New Baden, II 
Accounting, BBA 





1. Patty Kay Swearingin 
Cottage Hills, II 
Physical Education, BS 

2. Sherry Lynn Surber 
Belleville, II 
Chemistry, BS 

3. Kevin W. Tate 
Centralia, II 
Psychology, BA 

4. Candace Rae Thuerkoff 
Fairview Heights, II 

Bus. Ad./Mktg., BBA 

5. James Whilt Timper 
Belleville, II 
Chemistry, BS 




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1 . Robin Williams 
Lebanon, II 
Criminal Justice, BA 

2. Kevin Leroy Zeeb 
Trenton, II 
Biology/Chem. minor, BS 

3. Teresa Ann Zimmerman 
Fairtield, II 
Elementary Ed,, BSE 



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The ELI program began in 1978 at 

McKendree and has taught the 

English language to many students 

from several countnes. The ELI 

students spend a semester learning 

vocabulary, grammer, etc. before 

they graduate. Many of the ELI 

students matriculated at McKendree. 

This last the last year for the 

program at McKendree. 

FIRST ROW: Zoraida Diaz, Mana 

Eugenia CarDenas. SECOND 

ROW: Jorge Gago, Aldo Olivien, 

Franklin Salas. 

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Faculty/ Administration 

O. Sue Davis, Secretary (1) 

Judith W Maserang. M.S.N (2) 
Instaictor in Nursing 

Linda Robinson, M.S.N. (3) 
Instructor in Nursing 

Garnett A. Stiorb, M.A. (4) 
Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Dorottiy Stratman-Lucey, MSN. 
Instructor in Nursing (5) 

Students 

Kathryn Albert, Salem, II (6) 

DelDorati Barger, Frestiman 

Rtionda Bennett, Junior 

Cfinstine Carver, Sophomore 

Judith Chaney, Highland, IL 

Cheryl Clement, Freshman 

Brenda Cole, Freshman 

Sue Coonrod, Junior 

Ramona Cornish, Lebanon, II 

Marilyn De Groote, Junior 

Staria Eller, Collinsville, II 

Mary Elliston, Junior 

Esther Elmendort. Freshman 

Lanette Erlinger, Junior 

Theresa Eversgerd, Junior 

Lorenda Fever, Junior 

Margaret Frazier, Freshman 

Ethel Fnedench, Freshman 

Margaret Gebhart, Junior 

Janet Gensch, Sophomore 

Grace Gnder. Freshman 

Kathleen Heimann, Germantown, II (7) 

Elise Herrmann, Junior 

Shirley Hines, Junior 

Susan Holmes, Freshman 

Elva Johnson, Junior 

Georgia Jones, 

Cathenne Kain, Freshman 

Monica Kaltenbaeck, Freshman 

Julie Karr, Junior 

Martha Kibler, Lebanon, II (8) 

Kathie Knuf, Junior 

Kathy Kneg, Junior 

Dons Lackey, Freshman 

Susan Maschhoff, Sophomore 

Donna McCann, Mascoutah, II 

Eldonia Merriweather, East St Louis, 

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Helen Mitchom, Sophomore 

Jeanette Moore, Junior 

Lola Needham, Centralia, II 

Shirley O'Connell, Freshman 

Merribeth Oerther, Freshman 

Sarah Patton, East St. Louis, II (10) 

Alberta Peters, Millstadt, II (11) 

Bruce Pomeroy, Freshman 

Irene RaHerty, Belleville, IL (12) 

Lucille Rakers, Freshman 

Andrea Rheinhardt, Lebanon, II (13) 

Beverly Riley, Freshman 

Karen Rubio, Freshman 

Denise Saksa, Freshman 

Carolyn Sitzes, Freshman 

Dianna Smith, Freshman 

Chnstie Stephens, Junior 

Rose Stephenson, Granite City, II (14) 

Cheryl Stroot, Freshman 

Jane Strubhart, Lebanon, II (15) 

Ruth Taylor, Freshman 

Jan Tegmeyer, Freshman 

Virginia Telford, Junior 

Kathleen Thiem, Scott AFB, II (16) 

Kathleen Timmerman, Junior 

Manlyn Von Bokel, Junior (17) 

Nona Warren, Freshman 

Joann Weber, Junior 

Manlyn Weintz, Junior 

Carol Wing, Freshman 

Lisa Wolf, Freshman 

Nancy Yockey, Freshman 

Jo Anna Young. Freshman 

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soapbox 



If you would like to present an opposing viewpoint to the above 
editorial, feel free to vent any frustrations above. Tfie opinion of 
said person is not necessarily those of McK. 




on location 




1 . The Cross-Country balloon that flew by in the fall was one of the 
unusual types of transportation seen at McK . . 

2. Help!! Giant spiders are invading Stevenson House!! 

3. Barnett 2nd's view of McK life. 

4. A daily reminder of the Iranian crisis. 

5. Scott Air Force Base is spying on us. 



Ted Anderson, Ph.D. (1) 
Assistant Professor of Biology 

Robert Arneson, M A 

Instructor in Criminal Justice 

Chairman of Criminal Justice Department 

Richard W Bass. Jr . M M 
Instructor in Music 

Ronald Black, Ph D 
Assistant Professor of English 

Stanley E. Bochtler, Ph.D. (2) 

Associate Professor of Education 

Chairman of Education Department 

Murella Bosse, Ph D 
Associate Professor of Psychology 

Robert Brown, MA 

Professor of Sociology 

Chairman of Social Sciences Department 

James Drake, M F A 
Assistant Professor of Art 

Roma D Eidson. MA 
Instructor in Criminal Justice 

Patrick Folk, Ph D (3) 
Assistant Professor of History 

Glenn H. Freiner, M M (4) 

Professor of Music 

Chairman of Fine Arts Department 

Paul S Funkhouser, Ph D. (5) 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics 

George Hickenlooper, D.F A (6) 
Associate Professor of Theater 

Don Hoist, Ed D 
Professor of Physical Education 

Marilyn Huxford, MA 
Instructor in Criminal Justice 

Mary Anne Idoux, MA (7) 
Assistant Professor of Business 

RE Jones, Ph D 
Professor of Mathematics 

M. Jean Kirts, MS 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

Director of Women's Athletics 

John Kovac, Ph.D. (8) 
Professor of Political Science 



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Norman Paul Madsen, Ph D 

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies 

and College Chaplain 

Frederick A, [\/leyer, Pfi D (9) 
Assistant Professor of Education 

Cfiarlen tvlitchell, Pfi D 
Assistant Professor of Education 

Phihp W Neale. Pfi D (10) 
Assistant Professor of Philosopfiy 

David L Oftinger, M F A 
Instructor in Art 

Emerial L Owen. Jr , Pfi D 
Professor of Education 

James Rafferty. IWB A (11) 
Assistant Professor of IWanagement 

fylyron C Reese. Pfi D (12) 

Professor of Cfiemistry 

Gtiairman Of Science and Mattiematics Department 

Orville H Sctianz. tVI M Ed (13) 
Professor of tylusic 

fylargaret Lee Starr, Pfi D 
Assistant Professor of Englisfi 
Cfiairman of Humanities Department 

Harry Statfiam, lyi S (14) 

Assistant Professor of Ptiysical Education 

Director of IVIens Atfiletics 

Edward E. Streif. MBA 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Cfiairman of Business Department 

Steptianie Teer 

Instructor in Criminal Justice 

Ronald Tremmel. IVI B A (15) 
Instructor in t^flarketing 

David Van Aken. M A 
Instructor in Englisfi 

William Walther, Pfi D (16) 
Assistant Professor of Biology 

Elizabetti C Zelman. Pfi D (17) 

Assistant Professor of Anttiropology— Sociology 

Almeda Lafir-Well. Pti.D 

Director of Englisfi Language Institute 

Leopoldo Killingbeck, fVI A 
Director of Admissions— ELI 

Wallace Hopkins (18) 
Instructor— ELI 



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Gerrit J. TenBrink, Ed D. (1) 

President of the College and 

Professor of Education 

Dwigfit Leroy Ling, PhD (2) 

Vice-President for Academic Affairs 

and Professor of History 

Bernard H. Velzen, Ph.D. (3) 

Vice-President for Financial Affairs 

and Senior Vice-President 

Thomas L. Darrah, Ed.D. (4) 

Vice-President for Student Affairs 

and Instructor in Education 

Gary W. Smith, B.S. (5) 
Vice-President for Development 

Helen E. Gilbert, M.S.L.S. 
Librarian and Associate Professor 

Larry W. Yeater. Ph.D. (6) 

Registrar, Director of Institutional 

Planning and Research, and Assistant 

Professor of Education 

Joann B. Montague, Ph.D. 
Academic Dean - Kentucky Centers 

Daniel B. Baker, M.S. 
Director of Admissions 

Barbara Raymond, MP. A. (7) 

Advanced Institutional Development 

Program Coordinator 



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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 

Annette Dickerstieid Coordinator of Veterans Affairs 

(1) 

Janet Evans Acting Secretary (2) 

Patricia Moll Secretary (3) 

ADMISSIONS 

Lynn Beck Admissions Counselor (4) 

Robert Burk Assistant Director of Admissions 

Betty Cornell Secretary (5) 

Janet Mallricti Secretary (6) 

Howard Martin Assistant Director of Admissions 

A J Woods Assistant Director of Admissions 

A.I.D.P. COORDINATOR OFFICE 

Patricia Paradis Secretary 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 

Debra Corlett Secretary (7) 

Luanne Lucy Director of Intramurals 

BOOKSTORE 

David Munoz Manager 

CAREER, INTERNSHIP, PLACEMENT 

Elva Hines Director (8) 

JoAnn Davis Secretary (9) 

COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 

Tina Federer Printer (10) 

Gladys Hess Records Assistant (11) 

Donna Meininger Volunteer 

Ruttiellen Pegg Director 

Barbara Scfimitt Records Assistant (12) 

COMPUTER CENTER 

Howard Porter Director 

Jill Weil Assistant to tfie Director 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 

Leslie Missey Secretary 

DEVELOPMENT 

Brenda Maine Director of Public Relations and 

Alumni Relations (13) 

Alma Weik Assistant for Gifts and Alumni Arctiives 

(14) 

Dons Wolfslau Secretary (15) 

FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 

Sharon Brownfield Accounts Payable Clerk (16) 

Millicent Collins Switcfiboard Operator (17) 

Marty Cox Accounts Receivable Clerk (18) 

Judith Morgan Accountant (19) 

Deborah Neider Payroll Clerk 

Robert Neider Assistant Business Manager 

Mary Ann Newcomb Secretary (20) 

FINANCIAL AIDS 

A J Woods Director 

LaDoris Weber Secretary (21) 



executive staff 



HEALTH SERVICES 

Mary Daylor, R N Nurse (22) 
INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH & PLANNING 

Jill Weil Secretary 
KENTUCKY CENTERS 

Hershel Finney Director of Admissions 

Vivian Knott Secretary Louisville 

Jo-Een Rider Secretary/Ellzabethtown 

LIBRARY 

Patricia Burger Secretary (23) 

Doris Jefferson Library Assistant (24) 

Antonia Snee Library Assistant (25) 

NURSING 

O Sue Davis Secretary 

PERSONAL AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT 

Margaret Collins Director 

Juanita Washington Secretary (26) 

PHYSICAL PLANT 

Cfiristine Becker Secretary (27) 

Boyd Davis Chief of Security (28) 

Tom Dorencamper Maintenance 

Mary Eisel Custodian 

Richard Eisel Custodian 

John Fischer Locksmith 

Nannette Manner Security Guard 

David Harpstreit Custodian 

William Harris Groundsman 

Adam Landry Electrical Plumber Appliance 

Donald Lougeay Carpenter (29) 

George Lyons Air Conditionlng/Heatmg (30) 

Michael McDuffy Custodian 

Calvin Mandley Custodial Supervisor 

David Mog Security Guard 

Carletus Nailing Custodian 

Glenn Podesva Custodian 

Norbert Rapp Director 

Joannie Schroeder Custodian 

Linda Smith Custodian 

Walter Smith Custodian 

Becky Thomas Custodian 

Stewart Webster Custodian 

Harold Zeeb Custodian 

PRESIDENT 

Ann Zimmerlee Secretary (31) 

REGISTRAR 

Maria Dorencamper Assistant to Registrar and 

Office Manager (32) 

Kathy Page Secretary 

Ingrld Rosenbaum Secretary (33) 

SNACK BAR 

Verena Frerking Manager (34) 

Fran Lautenschloger Manager (35) 

SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION 

Nancy Ferguson Secretary 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

Phyllis Kuhl Director (36) 

STUDENT AFFAIRS 

Don Austin Head Resident 

Karen Austin Secretary (37) 

JoAnn Davis Secretary (9) 

Ann RIsdon Assistant to Thaxton & Hines (38) 

Valene Thaxton Director for Peer Counseling and 

Student Development/ Head Resident (39) 




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40. C. David Pota, Librarian 

41 . President TenBrink shows the plaque attach- 
ed to the Stevenson House. It commemorates 
the St. Clair County Histoncal Society making the 

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Administration and Staff 

JoAnn Montague, PH.D., Academic Dean (1) 

Hershel Finney, Director of Admissions (2) 

Vera Curts (3) 

Vivian Knott, Secretary/Louisville (4) 

Jo-Een Schubie-Rider, Secretary/ Elizabethtown (5) 

Faculty 

Paul Berrier (6) 

Helen Davis (7) 

Millard Dunn (8) 

Cha'-les R. Leake (9) 

Hal Montague (10) 

Larry Perkins (11) 

Dr. Ralph Royster (12) 

Jeremiah Smith (13) 

Students 

Rick Beaver, Senior (14) 

Lawrence Breed, Junior (15) 

Pege Bailey, Senior (16) 

Philip Carpenter, Senior (17) 

Charles Cameron, Junior (18) 

Rex Chase, Senior (19) 

Garry Collins, Senior (20) 

Donald Crawford, Junior (21) 

LeRoy Dix, Senior (22) 

Gayle Dodd, Senior (23) 

Carol Gravatte, Junior (24) 

Marvin Harris, Senior (25) 

Robert Hess, Senior (26) 

Ronald Hess, Senior (27) 

Conrade Holloway, Junior (28) 

Aaron Houston, Senior (29) 

David Jackson, Freshman (30) 

Jacob Lo Bue, Senior (31) 

Rodger Morrow, Senior (32) 

Joe Smith, Senior (33) 

Ronald James Smith, Senior (34) 

John David Stacey, Junior (35) 

Alvin Stanley, Freshman (36) 

Frank Ulery, Sophomore (37) 

John Williams, Sophomore (38) 



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centers 












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greeks 



wild kingdom . . . 



pages 52, 53, 54, 

55, 56. 



the young & restless . . . 

pages 57, 58, 59, 60 



sesame street . . . 

page 61 




bs'ers 



FIRST ROW: Sam Mclntyre, Chicago Smith SECOND ROW: Alumnus Rick 
Serena, Neil Baker, Kip Pabst, Jay Sabo, Mike Hogan, John Schene, Roger Sch- 
allom THIRD ROW: Ty Guericke, Alumnus Joe Gnmoldi, Alumnus Dave Warn- 
ecke, Dennis Bosslet, Alumnus Dave Harnson, Tom Piatchek, Alumnus Keith 
Mess, Alumnus Bob deRoode FOURTH ROW: Jeff Lanter, Mark Riti, Larry Beer- 
man, Matt Chrum (below), Bill Erwin (above), Chns Sirtak, Dan Dobbins, Rob 
Savio. 



The Platonian Social Society was founded in 
1849 and is chartered by the State of Illinois. The 
BS'ers are well known on campus for their athlet- 
ics. They also sponsored a Spaghetti supper, a 
St. Patrick's Day Blast (and lots of little explos- 
ions), the weekly meetings of the Geology Club 
for "REAL ROCK " hounds, and many Walton 2nd 
and Baker 3rd activities. They had a car in the 
Homecoming Parade and an open house after 
Commencement exercises. 



The Philosophian Literary Society is the 
oldest literary society west of the Alle- 
ghenies and the third oldest in the nation 
Philo had a teann of members and fnends 
playing in the Intramural contests. 

FIRST ROW: Bonds Robinson, Dirk Reynolds SECOND ROW: Tom Milliner, Rich 
Tillman, Norb Feltrop, Mike Delia, Ray Clyde. 



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FIRST ROW: Mike Cramer, Dave Newcum SECOND ROW: Tim Adams, Norton 
Newcombe, Steve Landon, Bill Cramer, John Kennedy Jr. THIRD ROW: Jeff 
Brasel, Jim Johnson, Mike Reddy, Bill Parkin FOURTH ROW: Dave Bayler. 

The men of Delta Phi Sigma do their best to sponsor 
fun campus-wide activities. Their yearly pig roast this 
year was so good the pig had photos and interviews in 
the local paper (why does it wear that strange cap?) for 
several weeks. Adelphi's pledges show their enthus- 
iasm for Adelphi by running through the campus mall 
during a full moon. The actives make sure everyone 
can see this great act by calling every dorm floor and 
announcing the bare facts. This year Adelphi won the 
Men's Volleyball in Intramurals. Their pledges were Bill 
Parkin, John Kennedy Jr., Dave Newcum, and Ricardo. 



Alpha Phi Omega is the only national ser- 
vice fraternity on campus. APO is the sole 
sponsor of the Red Cross Bloodmobile, 
which produced Ron Martz s outstanding 
performance as Dracula. APO runs the 
concession stand, along with Sigma, at 
all basketball games. 

FIRST ROW: Greg Thomure, Bnan Kay, Chns Smith, Terry Davmroy SECOND 
ROW: Doug Willyard, Jim Rafferty, Kevin Zeeb, Richard Howard, Ron Martz, Craig 
Gardner. 



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MEMBERS: Kevin Meiss, Dave Essner, Scott Reitman, Lewis Toms, Boyd Davis, 
Advisor, Dr. Kovac, Advisor. 



The Phi Rho Chi Social Service 
Society was founded in the spring 
of 1963. The society sponsors var- 
ious social events and service pro- 
jects for the betterment of the 
college. 



Alpha Omega was chartered on Nov- 
ember 23, 1954 and rechartered in Nov- 
ember 1970. AO sponsored bake-sales 
and a float in the Homecoming Parade, 
which took first place. They won the In- 
tramural Women's Soccer contest. All 
three of this years Homecoming Queen 
candidates were from AO, as was one of 
the three attendants. 

FIRST ROW: Nann Adams, Katie Manion, Debbie Erwin, Debbie Burger SECOND 
ROW: Cheryl Potthast, Tracy Zimmerman, Julie Mize, (Martha Schilling THIRD 
ROW: Linda Eckert, Mary Kaye Griffith, Janet Klein, Anne Meyer FOURTH ROW: 
Karen Missey, Tnsh Visintine, Mary Ann Fry, Kathy Smithe FIFTH ROW: Jenny 
Aitken, Ann Adams, Cindy Leudeman, Candy Thuerkoft, Beverly Beck. 



ao 





Clio 



FIRST ROW: Nancy "Popcorn" Nolan, Ginny "Peaches" Lowe, Jenny Barnett, 
Mary Kay "Micky" Gavin SECOND ROW: Ann Meyer, Lisa Lawson, Glo Pearson, 
Cindy Ptacek. 

The Clionian Literary Society was 
founded in 1869 as the first society 
for women on this campus. Clio 
was very active In the Intramural 
contests. They held an Anniversary 
Party for Alumni of Clio. 



Gamma Sigma Sigma is a national service sorority. They helped with APO's 
Bloodmobile, worked with "Meal on Wheels, " built a Homecoming float, and 
sponsored a Talent Show. They attended a Regional Convention of Sigma. They 
held an Alumni Reunion and party and a Farewell picnic for their Seniors. 

FIRST ROW: Karen Kelemetc, Vicky Lindsey SECOND ROW: Barb Lynn, Sherry 
Surber, Elaine Laws, Camille Dunn, Cheryl Moore THIRD ROW: Michele "Bird" 
Wiley, Alayna Davies, Lynda Ross FOURTH ROW: Paula Gross, Jan Pelley, Jodie 
Davison, Ronnell Huie. 



Sigma 





indy's 



FIRST ROW: Carolyn Holloway SECOND ROW: SusI Whitehead, Beth Francis, 
Sherry Cusick, Kathy Smith THIRD ROW: Betty Isringhaus, Ellen Cameron, 
Stephanie Crouch, Barb Schwemmer FOURTH ROW: Lynn Bujnak, Mahlyn Hal- 
stead, Camilla Demaree, Michele Gilmore, Donna Pedtke, Sandy McGeehee, Patti 
Huber FIFTH ROW: Gwennie Frederking, Toni Edwards, Verna Jones, Tena 
Edwards. 



The Independents exist so that those 
people that don't belong to a frat or sor- 
ority can play in the Intramural Sports 
games. The Indys are very active in the 
sports, winning this year's Women's 
Volleyball. 



The Inter-Soclety Council is made 
up of representatives from each 
sorority and fraternity on campus. 
They work for the betterment of the 
"Greeks." 

FIRST ROW: Ron Martz, APO; Debbie Burger AO; Neil Baker, BSers; SECOND 
ROW: Chns Smith, APO; Terry Davinroy, APO; Ronnell Huie, SIGMA; Larry 
Beerman, BSers; Dirk Reynolds, PHILO; Cindy Ptacek, CLIO THIRD ROW: Karen 
Beck, AO; Debbie Erwin, AO; Jenny Barnett, CLIO; Jan Pelley, SIGMA. 



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issues & answers 

FIRST ROW: Brenda Baker, Lisa Lawson, Mary Ann Fry, Camilla Demaree 
SECOND ROW: Vice-President Mary Kaye Griffith, Janet Klein, Tracy Zimmer- 
man, Gail Killion THIRD ROW: Secretary-Treasurer Roger Schallom, Jim Rogers, 
Stan Elfrink, President Craig Gardner, Lindy Backues. 

The members of the Student Govern- 
ment are elected by the student body 
each spring and represents students on 
six committees; Student Affairs, Student 
Conduct, Academic Affairs, Financial & 
Budgetary Affairs, the Board of Trustees, 
and Convocations. This year the group 
was instrumental in planning several 
forums between Administration and the 
Student Body. 



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The Programs Board made up of the Student 
Government Vice-President, who appomts a 
Program Chairman, and all students who wish to 
help plan the campus activities. This year Pro- 
grams sponsored several speakers, bands, etc. 
They worked very hard on the Homecoming, of 
which Tracy Zimmerman was Chairperson. The 
members attended conventions throughout the 
year to "talent scout." 



FIRST ROW: Verna Jones, Chairperson Elaine Laws, Beth Gollmger SECOND 
ROW: Betty Isringhaus, Judy Harlow, Gail Killion THIRD ROW: Terry Davinroy, 
Mary Kaye Griffith, Lindy Backues. 

that's entertainment!! 





eye-witness news 

Editor-in-Chief Mike Cramer, Associate Editor Marilyn Halstead, Ginny Lowe Jan 
Pelley, Photographer Bill Parkins. 



The McKendree Review got off to a 
shaky start with Anne Meyer giving up 
the job as Editor after a few weeks. The 
following issues were very controversial 
on campus, being accused of having a 
narrow scope of focus and being biased. 
Whether or not these charges were true, 
the 1980 Review will be remembered for 
being a good conversation piece. 



In the Spring of 1979, two people, Mike Acton & 
Susi Whitehead, applied as Editor of the McKen- 
drean so they were chosen co-editors. Susi at- 
tended a Workshop in August at Silver Dollar 
City, Mo. Due to internal staff conflicts, the book 
progressed slowly and was published late in the 
1980-81 school year. 

Editor in Chief Susi Whitehead, Photography Editor Mike Acton, Advisor Ron 
Tremmel, Herff-Jones Representative Gayle Cordes. 

in search of .... a yearbook 





dragnet 



FIRST ROW: Nancy Jones, Bamett 3rd: Susi Whitehead, Barnett 1st SECOND 
ROW: Jim Rogers, Walton 2nd; Mary Kay Griffith, Walton 3rd; Mike Delia, Baker 
2nd & 3rd THIRD ROW: Val Thaxton, Director; Don Austin, Head Resident 
FOURTH ROW: Jim Hefner, Walton 1st: John Boswell, Baker 2nd; Lynn Bujnak, 
Barnett 2nd; Tom Milliner, Baker 2nd; Missing: Scot Rietman, Baker 3rd. 

The Resident Counselors came back to campus a week early 
to learn about counseling, assisting, & STAFFING. Part of their 
preparation included climbing 13-foot walls (ask Susi), crossing 
canyons by grapevine (ask Lynn), and falling off of telephone 
posts (ask Val). They continued their year with weekly staff 
meetings (yawn), fire drills (aughl!!), and two Pancake Break- 
fasts. They spent most of their opening doors at 4:30 am and 
doing paperwork (!). 



McKendree students serve as Campus 
Security Guards under the supervision of 
Boyd Davis. Nanette Manner and Dave Mog 
were full time Security Guards, along withi 
Boyd, but their positions were dropped, leav- 
ing the students to work those shifts. 

FIRST ROW: Marilyn Elder, Jeanne Renneker, Nancy Rothchild SECOND ROW: 
Scott Lacy, Matt Chrum, John Schene, Chief of Secunty Boyd Davis, THIRD 
ROW: Lewis Toms, Chicago Smith, John Kennedy, Jr., Dave Essner. 

the blue knights 





meet the press 

FRONT ROW: Carol Fairfield, Ginger Ogden BACK ROW: Greg Thomure, Mike 
Acton. 



McKendree students work in Com- 
munications Office sorting mail, and 
printing the tons of "paperwork" 
found throughout campus. They help 
print the College catalogues and 
books. 



The fraternity on campus known as 
Adelphi picks a few McKendree girls 
to be members of a group called 
Little Sisters. These girls have usu- 
ally helped the frat with their vari- 
ous activities throughout the year, 
and are considered special friends. 

FIRST ROW: Debbie Ford, Tere Runyon, Alayna Davies SECOND ROW: Adel- 
phian Jim Ford, Adelphian Tracy Miller, Ginny "Peaches" Lowe, Cindy Ptacek 
THIRD ROW: Nancy "Popcorn" Nolan. 

little sisters 





another world 

FIRST ROW: Marilyn Halstead, Kim Graham SECOND ROW: Cookie Potthast, 
Elaine Laws, Marilyn Elder THIRD ROW: Kathy Moreland, Sherry Cusick, Linda 
Bailey, FOURTH ROW: Terry Davinroy, Joe Nail, Scott Lacy, Ronnie McCaskill 
FIFTH ROW: David Andrew, Mike Delia, Kevin Heiss. 



The Model United Nations holds meetings in the Fall 
and Spring, inviting high school students from all over 
the area to participate as delegates of foreign coun- 
tries. The students meet for three or four days on 
campus and act out mock UN sessions. The McK 
students are responsible for organizing this "political" 
event. 



McSife, which stands for McKendree 
Students in Free Enterpnse, is exactly 
that. They are responsible for the man- 
agement of the Used-Book Store at 
McKendree. This club, under the leader- 
ship of Ms. Idoux, studies business and 
the free enterprise system. 

FRONT ROW: Linda Eckert, Advisor Mary Ann Idoux BACK ROW: Thsh Visintine, 
Tom Schmidt, Don Bartle 

wall street week 




masterpiece theatre 




Three one-act plays were held on November 8 & 9. 
The first play (pictures 1 & 3) was called "NEXT" and 
starred Suzanne DeLaurenti and Mark Fenton. The 
second play (picture 2) was "THE LOVELIEST AFTER- 
NOON OF THE YEAR," and it starred Elaine Laws and 
Fred Analla. Fred and April Gray starred in the third 
play called "THE TYPISTS." There were no Spring 
plays due to Mr. Hickenlooper's injury. 



the love doctor 




The Love Doctor, Dr. Leo Buscaglia, 
who teaches at UCLA and often ap- 
pears on Channel 9 locally, spoke in 
the Bearcat Gym to hundreds of peo- 
ple, most of them non-students. He 
has set records for hugging more 
people than anyone else, and added 
to his number by hugging Stan Elfnnk. 



residence hall Olympics 




real people 




1 . ABC and FCA get together for a 
year-end picnic. 

2. Bev Beck stands up for her opin- 
ions during a Open Forum on tuition 
policies. 

3. Barnett gets a head start on their 
suntans in December!! 




Some of Lower Deneen's activities included Dave Harrison playing for new students (1 ) 
AO having bake sales (2); tfie New Image Disco (Sherry Surber 3, Jan Pelley & Dan 
Dobbins 4, and Nann Adams 6); the Fun Night (Bonnie Mill & Mike Acton 7); and the Ice 
Cream Social (Tracy Zimmennan, Katy Manion, Candy Thuerkoff, and Kathy Smithe 5). 



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Rod Herrin and Jim Hefner show what can happen 
to you when you eat in Ames Hall (1). Double 
trouble -is this Dr. Hickenlooper, or just another 
bass player? (2). Kevin Heiss and band give a 
great concert on the patio (3). Michele Wiley has a 
very nutritious lunch in Ames (4). Elaine Laws 
M.C.'s the Sigma/Clio pledge show (5). 




John "Zook" Kowalis thinks Ames Hall tacos are 
pretty good (6). Val Mosley, Debbie Smith and Alicia 

Madison seem to be having a good time -maybe the 
food isn't so bad (7). Barb Lynn sings at Sigma's 
Talent show (8). Nancy, ? , Tena and Debbie enjoy 
the patio (9). 






December 7th, 1979 . . . Bamett Gets Blasted 
. . . almost. During a windstorm, a powerline 
pole fell behind Barnett, breaking a gaspipe 
and causing a lot of commotion. Barnett girls 
spent some time outside in the cold due to the 
possibility of the gas exploding (1 & 2). 

Interior shot of the chapel (3). Exterior shot of 
Holmes Library, home of many term papers (4). 



on 
location 



1 . Holman library, home of one of McK's fa- 
mous ghiosts. (BOO!) 

2. Wide-angle sfiot of McKendree mall, look- 
ing from tfie nortfi to [he south. 




stages, sets, ^ -* 
and scenery 



1. McKendree 1963, minus a few dorms, a 
library, a science building, a student center, 

and a cafeteria. Upon closer inspection, 

those concerned will unravel the origins of 

the mysterious tiles to be found in the north 

parking lot. 

2. Old Main, home of the BS'ers, Philo, and 
Academic Records. The building may be a 

century and a half old, but it come alive 
when grades are issued. 

3 Walton Hall, Ames Cafeteria, and Baker 

Hall, home for many McKendreans. The 

dorms are only a little over a decade old, 

but they have accumulated their share of 

memories— for instance, there has never 

been a fire in the dorms, but there's been 

thousands of fire drills and alarms. 




1 Baker Hall and the Bearcat Gym. The 

unique structure of the gym adds to the 
unique qualities of the whole campus. The 
gym is the home of the Bearcats and Lady 
Bearcats. 

2. The clock that keeps our time— it's always 
fast as we head to class and slow when 
we're sitting In class. 

3 Benson Wood Art Building. This used to 
be the campus library The structure in- 
cludes wooden beam rafters and a metal 
spiral staircase. 




1. "An interesting view of the 
McKendree Bearcats." pc SW 

2 Beverly Beck, Jan Pelley, 

Marchelle Mueller, Barb Lynn, 

Kim Helig, Beth Plaschke "Yes. 

Beverly, everyone's together " pc 

SW 

3. Candy Thuerkoff "C-C-Candy s 
ch-ch-cheering away " pc SW 

4 Beverly Beck, Jan Pelley, 
Marchelle Mueller, Barb Lynn, 
Kim Helig, Beth Plaschke "Every- 
body SMILE!!" pc SW 

5. Mike Woods "Woodie's into 
disco " pc SW 

6. Tracy Zimmerman, Barry Har- 
ris, Mary Kaye Griffith, Stan Elfr- 
ink, Beverly Beck, Ty Guericke, 
Cookie Potthast, Larry Beerman, 
Verna Jones, Mike Dunnigan, Ka- 
ren Kelemetc, John Bevenue, 
Sherry & Rich King, Betty & Tom 
Dorencamper "I now pronounce 
you . . ." pc SW 



soccer 



game 



7. Ginger Ogden "Exasperation, 
or a cheer?" pc SW 

8. Jim Hefner, Tom Milliner, 
Roger Schallom, Matt Chrum, 
Larry Beerman, Blackburn play- 
ers "Matt's in charge " pc SW 

9. Blackburn player, Jim Hefner 

"Is Hef really that aggressive 

when he's not playing soccer?" 

pc SW 

10 Blackburn players, Danny 

Bosslet, Jim Hefner "Nice legs, 

Hef." pc SW 

1 1 . Mike Delia, Chris Sirtak, Hef 

"Real excited, huh?! " pc SW 




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12. President Gerritt TenBrink, 
McK's Paul Funkhouser "hey, the 
Pres. rides in styiell" pc MA 

13. Lynn Beck (pie eating con- 
test) "Does she always fall asleep 
in her pie? Lynn, wake up!" pc 
SW 

14 Betty & Tom Dorencamper 

"Being Parade Marshalls must be 
fun— look at the smiles." pc MA 

15. "Phi Beta Haida's hard work 
shows in their homecoming pa- 
rade float. "I think it should have 
won the most meaningful float' 
award." pc MA 

16 Ao float, Ann Adams, Karen 

Beck "Hey, just what are you 
clowns doing??!!" pc MA 

homecoming 
parade 1979 

17. Beverly Beck, Queen Candi- 
date "when you're only 5'2", you 
walk softly and carry a big stick, 
even in a parade." pc MA 

18. Karen Kelemetc, Freshman 
Attendant. "So, where are you 
from?" ". . . and what are you 
studying?" ". . . well, I like the 
place . . ." pc MA 

19. Sigma' float "I see she got 
herself together in time for the 
parade." pc MA 

20. Verna Jones, Sophomore At- 
tendant "I know she's in there 
somewhere— I saw her get in the 
car." 

21 . Cheryl Potthast, Junior Atten- 
dant "Hey Cookie, over here!!" 
pc MA 



1. "A prime example of 1 
McKendree's faculty." pc SW 

2 Lindy Backues, Janet Klein, Gail 
Killion, Mary Ann Fry, Lisa Lawson, 
Brenda Baker "Student Govern- 
ment Representatives representing 
McKendree— Oh no!" pc MA 

3. Elaine Laws, Stephanie Willyard 

"Steph, I knew you liked to bum 

around, but isn't this a bit too 

much? And the beard too''!" pc SW 

4. Diane, Genes songbird You're a 
part of me . . . (we won't go into 

that) that I can't live without . . . pc 

MA 

5 Jan Pelley, Beth Plashke, Barb 
Lynn "Yes Barb, we see you holding 
on for dear life— or is that a rou- 
tine?" pc SW 

Young kids attacked candy thrown 
by old kids as the Muck U. Home- 
coming Parade whizzed through 
Lebanon The 27th day of October 
was a little cold and windy but no 
one minded— except a few band 
members frozen to their music. Our 
Director of Student Development 
was caught getting her revenge by 
throwing hedge-apples but some 
said she was just clowning around. 
Everyone seemed to have a lot of 
fun, except Mother Sigma, who lost 
her head over the whole deal. 

From the Parade we went to the 

Soccer game where the Bearcats 

tied the Blackburn Beavers 0-0 in 

double overtime. It wasn't the thrill 

of victory, and Roger Schallom felt 

the agony of defeat when he was 

red-carded, leaving the Bearcats a 

man short. 

6. Phi Beta Haida "Hey you guys, 
the masks look really great! I mean 
you guys look weird! ... I mean you 

. . Oh sorry Stan, I didn't mean . . . 
Oh Well." pc MA 

7. "Looks like Cotton and bass 
player are in a real jam." pc MA 







homecoming parade 




2 1 Tracy Zimmerman Queen Candi- 
date "I'd smile too, if I was sitting on 
top of such a good looking car 
that's being driven by such a good 
looking hunk" pc MA 

2. Mary Kaye Griffith Queen Candi- 
date 'Hey Mary Kaye, why do all the 
queen candidates get the good 
looking drivers?" pc MA 

3 Betfy & Tom Dorencam- 

per "Tom must be making 
the money— looks like he 
traded McK's red pickup for 
a sleek Cutlass convertible— 
chauffered by no less than 
Student President Craig 
Gardner! " pc MA 

4 4. Karen Beck "Why be a 
sad clown? This is a happy 
parade— isn't it?" pc SW 



5. "BS'ers and Soccer play- 
ers— ooo, baby!!" pc MA 

6. "Even the Alpha Qmega 
Bearcat's face shows excite- 
ment!" pc MA 



1 Daniel Bosslet & Ann Adams 

2. Don Austin & Valerie Thaxton 

3 Don & Karen Austin 

4 Roger & Joann Davis 

5 Dennis & Phyllis Kutil 
6 Stan Elfrink & Mary Kaye Griffith 

7 Keith Schopp & Anne Meyer 

8 Andy Kassebaum & f\/larchelle ^ 

Mueller 

9 Jamie Shear & Micky Macaluso 

10 Dave Warnecke & Raka Chau- 

han 

1 1 Mark Starwalt & Julie Mize 

12 Brian Lindsey & Mary Ann Fry 

13 Jeff Lanter & Donna Zeugin 

14 Dale Schickendanz & Cindy 

Leudeman 11 
15 Jim Rogers & Janet Klein 
16 Larry Beerman & Cookie Pot- 
thast 
17 Ty Leder & Katy Manion 
18. Rich & Sherry King 
19, Candy Thuerkoff & Jim Harlan 
20 Tracy Zimmerman & Barry Har- 
ris 
21 Butch Lewis & Beth Plaschkeie 
22, Matt Chrum & Brenda Baker 
23. Don Haida & Patti 
24. Rick Serena & Teresa Ang- 
enend 
25 Mark Riti & Nann Adams 
26, Chicago Smith & Jennifer Alves 
27 John Kowalis & Tammy Palmer 
28. Jim Hefner & Dianne Schade 
29 Mike Hogan & Kim Helig 
30 Keith Mess & Karen Evanko^' 
31 , Bob deRoode & Kathy Feder 
32 Larry Lechner & Kathy Page 
33 Kent Marty & 
34 Mike Reddy & Sherry Surber 
35. Thumper Smith & Alayna Davies 
36 Jim & Debbie Ford 
37 Dave Newcum & Susan Snyder 
38 Kenny & Tere Runyon 
39 Janet Johnson & Neal Best 26 
40. Jeff Brasel & Ginny Lowe 
41 Mike Cramer & Cindy Ptacek 
42 Norton Newcombe & Ann Meyer 
43 John Bevenue & Karen Kele- 
metc 
44 Paul Harris & Elaine Laws 
45 Mike Dunnigan & Verna Jones 




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46 Steve Hausmann & Beth Golli- 
nger 

47 Mike Reinoehl & Jan Pelley 

48 Scott Gwaltney & Barb Lynn 

49 Chns Sirtak & Bonnie Mill 

50 Mike Acton & Susi Whitehead 

51 Chris Smith & Karen Poell 

52 Craig Gardner & Gail Killion 

53 Terry Davinroy & Sandy Rhein 

54 Kerry Baugher & 

55 Bill Manion & Luan Gardner 
56 

57 Felicia Mueth 
58. Don Rockman & Laura Rick 



Scott Lepere & Karen Hamilton 



Kevin Heiss & Dianna Beckette 
Lindy Backues & Sherry Grain 
Mike Davison & Betty Isringhaus 
Dan & Margaret Frolker 

65 Mr & Mrs Richard Howard 

66 Susana Cardenas & Leo Diaz 

67 Mila Baptiste & Dean 

68 Hector Diaz & Victoria Capriles 
69 

65 70 Rob Rick & Pattie Huber 
71 Rod Herrm & 
72. Ron Martz & Sherry Baker 

73 Rick Klinglehoetfer & Lisa Gov- 
erdale 

74 Mike Delia & Karen Krainok 

75 Susana Cardenas & 



THE BIG EVENT 

special guest stars 



1. Barry Harris, Queen Tracy Zimmerman 

Tracy's first official portrait as "Miss 
McKendrean". "Trace" is an Elementary Edu- 
cation major from Fairfield, II. Her escort is 
Barry Harris, a 1978 McKendree graduate from 

Alhambra, II. 

2. Tracy and Barry show off their dancing for 
the crowd. (This was the only picture we had 

of Tracy without a wet face!) 

3. See what we mean? Sherry Pennock King, 
1978 Homecoming Queen, turns it over to 

Tracy. 

4. Running the gauntlet, Tracy and Barry take 

the traditional walk through her court. 

5. McKendree watches from afar. 

6. The 1979 Homecoming Court right before 
the Big Moment. Sophomore Attendants Mike 
Dunnigan & Verna Jones; Queen Candidate 
Beverly Beck & escort Ty Guericke; Queen 
Candidate Tracy Zimmerman & escort Barry 
Harris; Queen Sherry Pennock King & escort 
Rich King; Queen Candidate Mary Kaye Griff- 
ith & escort Stan Elfrink; Junior Attendants 
Cheryi Potthast & Larry Beerman; and Fresh- 
man Attendants Karen Keiemetc & John Be- 

venue. 




MCK presents 



THE BIG 
EVENT 






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camera 

1. Fade in. As the Twilight Zone 
hits McKendree, north campus 
slides into the fog of a Fall morn- 
ing, leaving McK students to find 
their way around by sonar, pc SW 

2. Dave Harrison Student Orien- 
tation June 79. "Dave's come 
back for one more song, " pc SW 

3 Cindy Blaclcmer "Pretty nice 

entertainment for an intramural 

soccer game." pc MA 

4. Chris Sirtak "Looks like he's 

got enough to drink. Gonna be a 

great Homecoming, huh?" pc SW 

5. Bonnie Mill Alumni Soccer 

Game "Alright, Bonnie, what are 

you thinking of?" pc MA 




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1 Dr. Madsen and daughter 

"Well, Dad, I can't decide if I want 
to go to McKendree or Radcliffe." 
pc JC 

2. Sandy Rhein "Ttie Mad Pho- 
tographer hits Barnett First at 
3:30 am." pc SW 

3. Larry Beerman, Tom Milliner 

"Yeah, the Blues played pretty 
good last night " "The Steamers 
are back in town tomorrow night. 
You gonna go?" pc SW 

4 Dave Bayler, Verna Jones 

"Verna's Hair Cutting Salon— 
Barnett Hall #125." pc SW 

5 Barb Lynn, Alayna Davies "Sis- 
terhood is so beautiful. Isn't that 
right?" 

6. Jim Rogers "These R.C. meet- 
ings are just Micky Mouse affairs 
anyway." pc SW 

7. Roberta Verges "Hey Bobbie, 
look over here!! Aha, caught 
you!!" pc SW 



1. Barb Lynn "Hey, no fair sleeping 1 
at the Soccer gamesi" pc SW 

2. Elaine Laws, Greg Nold "New 
Programs Cliairman discusses 
ideas with the Old Programs Chair- 
man " pc MA 

3 ?, Mike Davidson, Jackie David- 
son "Looks like they're at it again — 
was that a football?" pc MA 

4 IVIartha Schilling, Kathy Smithe 

"AO's Formal Tea must be fun!" 

5 Dennis Bosslet, Roger Schallom 

"You guys really like Homecoming 
Parades, don't you?" pc MA 

6 Ronnell Huie, Jack Fairfield, 

Stephanie Willyard, Bonnie Mill, 

Jodie Davidson "That's what I like 

to see— team spirit!!" pc EL 

7. Fade Out Carol Fairfield, Elaine 

Laws "Signing off for MCK Channel 
1 is Jack & E. Thank you, and good 
night ladies & gentlemen." pc SW 





wide world of sports 

women's basketball 98-99-100 

baseball 1 01 

Softball 102-103-104 

soccer 1 05-1 06-1 07 

volleyball 108-109-110 
men's basketball 111-112-113-114 

cheerleaders 115-116 

pom pon girls 117-118 



stories by Brenda Maine/Jim Pehle 



women's 
basketball 




Cindy Blackmer, Tena Bernruter, Melinda Hopper, Kathy Smithe, 
Kathy Clayton, Michele Wiley, Vicky Lindsey, Kathy Hardesty, 
Barb Welle, Gwen Frederking, Coach Luanne Lucy. 



The McKendree College Women's Basketball team concluded the 1979-80 stint 
with a successful 12-6 mark and a spot in the AIAW playoffs. 

The Bearcat cagers started the season defeating almost every foe that stood in 
their way, then a few injuries plagued the team and they faltered in a few late 
season contests. 

"We've improved," coach Luanne Lucy said. "It just seems like this year we had 
people who could use their heads in practice to learn. The young members picked 
up the plays easier. They worked hard together. " 

The women's basketball team graduates only one member, Kathy Hardesty, and 
looks to the 1980-81 season with optimism. 



baseball 




FIRST ROW: Mike Dinga, Steve Lee, Dennis Kreher, Brian Lindsey, Jeff Eschen- 
felder, Kevin Vandiver SECOND ROW: Ty Gericke, Kyle Fink, Kerry Baugher, Jay 
Sabo, Brad Barton, Rich King THIRD ROW: Assistant Coach Don Barton, Ron 
Martz, Steve Hauseman, Mike Dunnigan, Jeff Kinnigan, Scott Hilmes, Coach Van 
Smith. 



Coach Van Smith's Bearcat baseball team had several big moments this year on 
the way to an 18-16 record and a berth in the Distnct 20 playoffs. 

The Cats lost their opener 5-4 but Jeff Kinnikin pitched a two-hitter in the second 
game to lead the Bearcats to their first win, against St. Louis U. In a double-header 
at Blackburn, a 5-0 win in the first game was highlighted by Dunnigan's three-hit 
pitching and three hits (including a home run) by first baseman Scott Hilmes; and 
then came a 15-0 shellacking of Blackburn in the second game, as Ty Gericke 
pitched a one-hitter. Two wins against rival Greenville brought the Cats to 9 wins 
and 8 losses going into the Chicago Catholic Tournament. The Bearcats finished 
the month of Apnl with a 10-11 record. Four wins, two over Lincoln Christian and 
two over Illinois College, put them at 15 wins and 12 losses. Winning 3-2 in the first 
game against Lincoln Christian, the Cats bats exploded in the second game for an 
8-1 victory. Mike Dinga, the Bearcat second baseman, nipped two doubles in 
pacing his team to victory. Four home njns by the Cats, two by Brad Barton and 
one each by Jay Sabo and Kevin Vandiver, led McKendree to a 19-8 romp in the 
first game (against Illinois College). In the second game, Scott Hilmes pounded a 
three-run homer in a nine-run sixth inning to lead the Bearcats to a 16-15 slugfest 
victory. The results of this hitting binge left the Bearcats with a good shot at the 
District 20 toumey at season's end. The Cats finished regular season play at 16-4. 
After losing to Lewis U., The Bearcats tripped Aurora from the tourney with a 6-2 
victory. Andy Kassebaum's two thples helped ignite the Bearcats. The Bearcats 
lost to St. Francis 10-3 on May 14, ending the baseball season at McKendree. 



Softball 




FRONT ROW: Melinda Hopper, Kathy Hardesty, Debbie 
Blackburn, Vicky Lindsey, Rhonda Hatridged, Karen 
Missey BACK ROW: Coach Carmen Edwards, Tina 
Bernruter, Marchelle Mueller, Cindy Luedeman, Nancy 
Jones, Barb Welle, Verna Jones, Patty Swearingin. 




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1. Cindy Luedeman "Is that what you call Intimidating the 
ball?" pc MA 

2. Vicky Lindsey, Melinda Hopper "Will you two stop chatting 
and get back to play?!' pc MA 

3. Barb Welle, Bradley U. players "Barb gets all the dirty jobs 
around here." pc MA 




1 . Rhonda Hatridge "Whatever she hit is long gone" 
pc MA 

2. "Now players, two and two make four " pc MA 

3. Cindy Luedeman, player, Rhonda Hatridge "Does 
she really catch the Softball with her eyes closed?" pc 
MA 

4. Tammy Bemruter "Is hauling gear part of your work- 
outs?" pc MA 




soccer 




FIRST ROW: Matt Chrum, Larry Beeman, John "Zook" Kowalis, Danny Bosslet 
(above), John Schene (below) SECOND ROW: Roger Schallom, Tom Piatcek, 
Dennis Bosslet (above), Scott Lacy (below), Mike Delia, Jim Hefner, Mike Woods, 
Tom Milliner, Chns Sirtak, Rob Savio THIRD ROW: Mike Hogan, Dave Essner, 
Mark Riti. 





1 . Official, Roger Schallom, Tom Piatcek, Mark Riti, Mike Woods, 
Danny Bosslet pc MA 

2. Coach John Casey "Looks like he's involved in a rather serious 
discussion . . ." pc MA 

3. Dennis Bosslet "Bosslet's great at kicking balls." pc BL 




4 Roger Schallom, McKendree Alumnus, 
Danny Bosslet 

5 Jim Hefner, John Schene, player Hey 
Jorinny, over here . . . Hey, over here . . . Hey!!" 
pc MA 

6. "The Champs with their trophy." pc BL 



volleyball 




Patty Swearingin, Karen Missey, Kathy Clayton, Susan Gross, Vicky Lindsey, 
Coach Carmen Edwards, Melinda Hopper, Rhonda Hatridge, Kathy Smithe, Rosa 
Iscern. 




cheerleaders 




FIRST SEMESTER BOTTOM ROW: Ronnell Huie, Ginger Ogden, Luan Gardner 
MIDDLE ROW: Lisa Ruetershan, Candy Thuerkoff TOP: Verna Jones. SECOND 
SEMESTER BOTTOM: Ronnell Huie MIDDLE ROW: Gail Killion, Ron Martz, 
Ginger Ogden TOP: Luan Gardner. 




Ronnell Huie 



Verna Jones 




pom pon squad 




FRONT ROW: Marchelle Mueller, Jan Pelley, Co-Captain Beverly Beck BACK 
ROW: Kim Heilig, Beth Plaschke, Co-Captain Barb Lynn. 





1. Barb Lynn, Co-Captain. 

2. Kim Heilig. 

3. Marchelle Mueller. 



photos of Bev E3eck, Co-Captain, Jan Pelley. and Beth 
Plaschke were not available. 




intramurals 

women's soccer 120-121 

men's football 122-123 

women's volleyball 124-125 

men's volleyball 126-127 

women's basketball 128 

men's basketball 129 

women's Softball 130 

men's Softball 131 



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Tammy (Bernruter) & husband 

Kent Marty, Terty, Bonnie Mill 

Gwen Frederking, Melinda "Mindy" Hopper. 

Debbie Blackburn, Patty Swearingin, Jessie Hall. 

Tom Milliner, Scott Urban 
7. Brenda Baker, Susan Hines, Julie Mize, Ann Adams, 
Trish Visintine 

Gary Haverman, Kent Cornell, Keith Zeeb, Craig 
Gardner 



1 . Unknown person frying herself. 

2. Roger Schallom, elected 1980-81 Student President 

3. Cindy Blackmer 'Caught up in the TWILIGHT ZONE . 




4. Beth Gollinger "New AO active (Smile, Beth)." 

5. Mike Cramer "What does he see?" 

6. Scott Lacy "With a nose like that, who wouldn't lock him 
up?" 

7. Susana Cardenas, Victoria Capriles "People Watchers 




1. Barb Lynn "There's something about Bar- 
nett First that people like." pc SW 

2. Don Austin "What! In the bushes again? 
Nice Head Resident!!" pc SW 

3. Debbie Enwin "You mean people actually 
study in this place?" pc SW 

4. Tony the Cat, Brian Kay "I'd rather be 
sleeping." pc MA 



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5. Glo Pearson "There's no need to get that 
worked up over a picture, Glo." pc MA 

6. Sherry Surber "Man, this class is really 
boring " pc SW 

7. Bonnie Mill "Should I do my exercises, or 
another lesson plan?" pc SW 

8. Verna Jones "Is this Verna's view of Crim- 
inal Corrections?" pc SW 



1 . Barb Lynn "Is she pretending to be an ele- 
phant, or does she like to eat sleeves off her 
jacket?" pc SW 

2. Cindy Blackmer "USA Olympics? What 
1980 Olympics?" pc MA 

3. Chas Younger, Brian Lindsey. 

4. Beth Gollinger "Did you win all those tro- 
phies yourself?" pc MA 




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5. Mike Acton "Is this a tree urchin, or just another shutterbug? " 

6. Beverly Beck, Karen Beck "You would think that when sisters 
were college age, they wouldn't still be fighting over toys " pc SW 

7. Vicky Lindsey "A long, long way from Hawaii, huh? " 




1. Anne Meyer, Craig Virgin "Sports, sports, sports." 

2. Sandy Rhein "All that came out of one room?" pc SW 

3. Tom Milliner, Bonds Robinson "Hello. This is your friendly 
neighborhood cops here to bust you." 

4. Beth Gollinger, Scott Lacy "Caught with the evidence!" 





5. & 6. Dennis Bosslet, Rob Savio "Great dip, Rob." pc MA 

7. Kathy Morand, Joe Nail "Do they kiss like this at the real 
United Nations? ' pc MA 

8. Verna Jones, Wiley Coyote "Like owner, like coyote." pc 
SW 

9. Joe Grimoldi, Dave Warnecke, Paul Smith "A real social 
gathering of BSers." pc MA 



1 . "Is this a Close Encounter of the 3rd Kind, or just the 
Roller Bandit?" pc SW 

2. Beverly Beck, Drooper "Does he eat AO M&MS?" 
pcSW 

3. "Alright, who wears weird socks? Is this a typical 
McKendrean?" 

4. Elaine Laws, ? , Peaches Lowe "Oh, the weather 
outside is frightfu 





5. Mary Ann Fry, Gary Haverman, Marchelle Muel- 
ler, Verna Jones "He's in seventh heaven." 

6. Lynn Bujnak "Hey, Reverend Mother!" pc MA 

7. Tom Milliner, Barb Lynn. 



1. Don Austin •$25,000 REWARD' 
pcSW 

2. "Indys show they are #1." pc SW 

3. "Really exciting Government meet- 
ing." pc SW 

4. The Tennis Shoe Sorority "Sigma 
puts its foot down." pc SW 





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I pics." pc MA 

^ 6. Debbie Burger, Cindy Biacltmer "Working 
hard in Development?" pc MA 
y 7. Mil<e Acton 'Where's the Happy Feet? " 



1. Verna Jones "Sit still tor just a minute-just one 
picture, Verna!" pc SW 

2. Senator William Proxmire "No, he did not give us a 
Golden Fleece Award " pc MA 

3. Rod Herrin "You deserve a pat on the head " pc MA 

4. Madonna Knowles, Glo Pearson, Terry Davinroy, 
Joe Nail, Elaine Laws, Mike Cramer, Cindy Racek 











5. Boyd Davis, J.D., Mike Acton, Alayna Davies 

6. Gail Killion, Tracy Zimmerman "My roomie!" pc SW 

7. Julie Mize "It must be Mark again!!" pc SW 

8. Barnett First pumpkin 



wrap party 




The All-School Picnic was held at the park on May 9th, under 
sunny skies. The three bands were good, the food was great, 
the ball games were fun, but everyone seemed to be concern- 
ed about the liquid in their cups. 

1 . Beth Gollinger, Lynda Ross 

2. The Loch Ness Monster? 

3. Craig Gardner "What, no Gail?" 



1 . Jodie Davison, Donna Pedtke and Ronnell s car. 

2. "Dean" Tom Darrah jumping the fence. 

3. "Hey, who fell in?" 





4. ?, Ginger Ogden, Val Thaxton 

5. Susan Mines, Larry Beer- 
man, Brenda Baker. 

6. Tim, Jenny Aitken 



1 . Barb Lynn, Jeff Davis 

2. Rod Herrin, Tim Boehne, Jim Harlan 

3. Val Thaxton 

4. Jay Sabo 

5. Alayna Davies, Tere Runyon, Marie Mer- 
kel 





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6. Jeff Davis, Barb Lynn 

7. Jeff Davis, Sherry Cusick (!) 

8. Jodie Davison, Donna Pedtlce, Barb Schwemmer, 
Terry Davinroy, Ronnell l-luie 

9. Milte Acton, Sherry Cusiclt (Boy, do these kids get 
around!) 



senior honors 








The Honors Convocation featured these seniors: Camilla Dem- 
aree, Kevin Quaid, Marianne Zacour-Who s Who Among Stu- 
dents In American Colleges; HONORS in Divisions- Business: 
Jenny Aitken, John Schomaker, Gary Koshiniski, Neil Baker; 
Criminal Justice: Robert Schnieder. Jr.; Education: Kathy Hall, 
Madonna Knowles, Kathy Hardesty, Felicia Mueth; Fine Arts: 
Susan DeHart; Humanities: Roberta Smith, Judith Chaney, Lynn 
Bujnak; Science/Mathematics: Terry Winterrowd, Linda Farth- 
ing; Nursing: Kathleen Thiem; Social Sciences: Debbie Burger, 
Jane Fitzpatrick, Beth Howard. 




that's incredible! 



Cemmencemcni Cxeficim 



1980 



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FOUNDED 1B28 



LEBANON, ILLINOIS 



TEN-THIRTY IN THE MORNING 
MAY TWENTY-FOURTH 










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, George F. Handel 


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..Purcell Johnson 


TUF NATION M XN IHIM 










I HI INVOCAIION 

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,Dr 


Norman ['. Madseu 

<h,irljin"lllKlnlloj-, 

lohann Crueer 


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W ho wondrous ihings halh done. In whom his world r 
\S ho, Irom our molhers' arms, Halh blessed us on our 
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\nd keep us in his grace. And guide us when perplcsei 
And tree us from all ills In Ihis woild and ihe ne\t. 


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INDUCTION Ol THP: CLASS OF 1980 


Pr^ 


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ollcpc Alumni Associaiioii 


SINCINC, Ol "McKendrce" 




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So the season is finally over. And, hopefully, this book chronicles that season. This 
yearbool< took a lot of work, and here are the credits for all that work: 

Susi Whitehead, Editor-in-Chief ^ 

Mike Acton, Photography Editor ""^ 

Photographers: (Photo Credits) 

Mike Acton (MA) 

Susi Whitehead (SW) 

Barb Lynn (BL) 

Brenda Maine/Jim Pehle (BM) 

Elaine Laws (EL) 

Jeff Colclasure (JC) 

Marilyn Elder (ME) 

Gwen Frederking, Advertisement Manager 

Verna Jones, Research Help 

Pat Visintine, Typing 

Cindy Blackmer, Darkroom Help 

Bonnie Mill, Class Portrait Organizer 

Stories by: 
Ronnell Huie, Sigma 
Brenda Maine/Jim Pehle, Sports 
Elaine Laws, Plays 

Graduation Pictures by BM/JP 

Thanks very much to McK Staff and Administration (Boy, did they get sick of me 
bugging them for info!) 

Thanks very much to Mai1< Gabrenya (where-ever he is) for a good start. 

Thanks to Gayle Cordes, Herff-Jones Representative, for HELP and sympathy. 

Thanks to Ron Tremmel, Business Advisor, and growler at Editors. 

Thanks to all of McK for ideas, encouragement, etc. 

Some Homecoming photos were by Luttrell Photography (boo!) 

Class portraits by Sudlow's of Danville, II. 

Well, that's the credlts-if I left anyone out, I'm sorry. This book wasn't exactly what 
I wanted it to be. A lot of events and people aren't pictured. For instance, the Golf 
team. And there were absolutely no shots taken of the Baseball team in action, and 
I regret that. A lot of Organizations that I wanted photos of simply weren't taken, 
and I found that out too late to do anything about it. I had lots of neat ideas -like a 
photo of each floor group, or individual photos of the Pom Pon girls, but Jan and 
Beth's photo negatives were missing. I realize a lot of the photos are from Bamett 
1st and Walton 1st, but that was inadvertent. (If you want to be a star, get your 
next-door neighbor to apply as Editor.) I tried to put Photo Credits (pc _) because 
a good photograph means a lot to the person who took it, and I thought they shoukJ 
get credit for it. People say a yeartxxjk is better 10 years later, so in 1990 call me 
up and we'll talk about it. OK? Susi 



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