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of a smiling person, a sportsman beyond reproach
and a friend to all
of a real guy whom we all loved and cherished
as a friend and companion
of James "Smiley" Burnett, the 1951 McKendrean
staff humbly dedicates this book as a monument to
his undying spirit which will remain always in the
hearts of those who knew him.
—minds can build a
house of learning-
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— century-old edifice
serves fd^ithjullu —
/^\-t j -if f~\/~) 1 1 res ting in the towering steeple of the college chapel, reaches out
kJUVi kJ\C>Vv to touch the skies as man's heart rises to the throne of God.
VB., A.M., Ph.D.
Dr. Russell Grow receives a gavel made from a century-old window
sill of historic Old Main.
Dr. Grow assumed his duties as president of McKendree last January 1.
Since then he has been actively representing the school at churches and meetings
throughout Southern Illinois, building up financial and moral support for the
On April 20, 1950, Bishop J. Ralph Magee inaugurated Dr. Grow as the
twenty-fourth president of the 123-year-old institution at an impressive service.
Students have sensed the spirit of accomplishment which surrounds the
campus as an improvement program is carried out, but Dr. Grow hasn't finished
yet. He has plans, and, judging from past experiences, he'll complete them.
Dean VanWinkle has served the school as dean and registrar and also as an
instructor. He has been an invaluable consultant as guidance director also. Yet,
in each capacity he has proved an adept and understanding leader and adviser.
His is a full schedule, as any student may know after having to wait in line
for a brief interview with the much-demanded dean.
Somehow, despite his many pressing duties, the dean can always produce a
friendly smile and call a student by name. Most of the students feel that he is
really their friend, and thev are right.
Dean Lewis B. VanWinkle pauses at the entrance of Old Main.
LEWIS B. VANWINKLE
A.B., B.D., M.A.
Dean and Registrar
OLIVER H. KLEINSCHMIDT
Conservatory diploma, A.A.G.O.
Music and fine arts division
CHARLES J. STOWELL
a.B , A.M., Ph.D.
EARL H. DAWES
B. Ed., M.A.
Soc : al studies division
EDWIN P. BAKER
A.B., A.M., LL.D.
Language and literature division
Edward Hoffman Hugh F. Redden
A.B., B.D., S.T.M. B.S., M.S.
Nell G. Oppitz
Evelyn Troutman Rollo C. Sayre
A.B., B.D., M.A. B.S., A.B., A.M.
Tommy Lou Fox Dorah Grow Leslie Purdy
B.A., M.B.A. B.A., M. Com. Ed. A.B., M.A.
Fred Fleming Harold Hertenstein Bertha Gutekunst
B.S., M.S. A.B., M.A. A.B.
Elizabeth White Parks Beth B. Dolan Mildred Silver Chester S. Bagg
A.B., A.M. A.B., M.A. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. B.Mus., M.M.
Jean Lougeay Katherine Daniel
B.Ed., M.A. A.B., A.M.
B.A , B.M., M.M.
William C. Walton Raymond Daniel
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. A.B., A.M.
Treasurer Business officer
W. E. Bush
Housemother, Clark Hal
J-} -ii-is f\ry I / mellowed with age, calls to class the youth of a young country, that they
KJlA/l kJKsvI/ m ight study the wisdom of ages and formulate the ideas of the future.
Standing: Ina Lee Mitchell, treasurer. Seated: Dorothy Lowe Katayama.
secretary; Nathan Austin, president; Edmund Childress, vice-president.
J. CONRAD ALLEX. Wayne City.
A.B., Physical Education.
F.T.A. '50-51; Basketball "47- '48; "M'
'48- '51; Intramural Basketball '49- '51.
LEON ANDERSON, Collinsville
Transfer, Shurtleff College
Sigma Zeta '50-'51; F.T.A.
Basketball '49- '51.
'50- '51; Intramural
NATHAN AUSTIN, Yantic, Conn.
Plato '47-'51, president; Public Affairs Forum
'49-'50; Sigma Tau Delta '48-'51; Sigma Zeta
'50-'51; I.S.S. '49-'51; F.T.A. '49-'51; S.C.A.
'47-'51, president; Football '47-'49; McKendrean
'49-'51; Junior Class President; Who's Who;
Stunt Show '47-'51; Intramural Basketball '48-
'51; Student Association President, '51; Senior
ELOISE BARTON, OTallon.
Chorus '47-'51, accompanist; Chapel Choir '48-
'51; Sextet, accompanist '48-'50; Clio '48-'51;
W.A.A. '47-'48; F.T.A. '50-'51; Band '48-'49;
McKendrean '50-'51; "Kittycubs" '47-'48.
ROY BAUGH, East St. Louis.
Transfer, Southern Illinois University
Chorus '48-'49; Kappa Chi '48-'51; S.C.A. '48-
'50; president; Intramural Basketball '48-'50;
"Our Town"; "The Night of January 16th."
GEORGE BROWN, Lebanon.
Chorus '47-'51; Men's Quartet '47-'51; Plato '47-
'51, president; Public Affairs Forum '50-'51; Ex-
GI Club '47-'48; McKendrean '50-'51; Stunt
ROBERT BROWN, Marissa.
Chorus Accompanist '49-'50; Chapel Choir Or-
ganist '50- '51; Sextet accompanist '49-'50; Plato
'47- '51; Public Affairs Forum '49-'51; Sigma Tau
Delta '48-'51; I.S.S. '48-'51; F.T.A. '49-'51;
S.C.A. '47-'51; McKendrean '50-'51; Stunt Show
MELYIN BYRD, Central
Philo '47-'51; Kappa
"As You Like It."
Chi '47-'49; S.C.A. '47-'51;
MARY RUTH CHAMLESS. Collinsville.
Transfer, Illinois State Normal University, Texas Wes-
EDMUND CHILDRESS, Golden Gate.
Chorus '47-'51; Chapel Choir '47-'51; Men's
Quartet '48-'51; Public Affairs Forum '50-'51;
Sigma Zeta '50-'51; I.S.S. '50-'51; McKendrean
'50-'51; Student-Faculty Council '5()-'51; Senior
John Bridick (No picture) A.B., Biology, Madison.
MARIE COMBS, Collinsville.
REX DEAN COX, Lebanon.
Chorus '47-'51, president; Chapel Choir '49-'51;
Men's Quartet '50-'51; Men's Octet '47-'48; Plato
'47-'51, president; Ex-GI Club '47-'48; I.S.S. '49-
'51, president; F.T.A. '49-'51; S.C.A. '47-'4S:
Band '48-'49; Football '47-'48; McKendrean '50-
'51, Editor; Student-Faculty Council '49-'51;
Junior Class Vice-President; Stunt Show '47-'51;
Intramural Basketball '49-'51: "As You Like It."
JOYCE CREWS, Fairfield.
Clio '48-'51; president; Sigma Tau Delta '47-'51;
F.T.A. '50-'51; W.A.A. '48-'51; Homecoming
Queen Candidate '47; "Kittvcubs" '48-'50.
CHARLES DAIXS, Caseyville.
Transfer, Southern Illinois University. Belleville Junior
HAROLD DAVIS, Effingham.
A.B., Physical Education.
Philo '48-'51; F.T.A. '50-51; S.C.A. '48-'51;
Football '48-'51; Basketball Manager '48-'49;
Track Manager '47-'49; "M" Club '48-'51; Stunt
Show '47-'50; Intramural Basketball "47-'50; "Our
Town," Stage Manager.
DONALD DIEHL, Sparta
CHARLES FOX, Medora.
Chorus '47-'51; Chapel Choir '47-'51; Men's
Quartet '47-'51; Men's Octet '47-'49; Plato '48-
'51, president; Public Affairs Forum '48-'51; Ex-
GI Club '47-'48; F.T.A. '47-'48; Football '47-'48;
Stunt Show '48-'50.
MARINO GARCIA, East St. Louis.
F.T.A. '50-'51 ; Football '48-'50; Track '48-'49;
"M" Club '47-'51; McKendree Review '50-'51;
No pictures: Harold Hinckley A.B., Chemistry, East St. Louis; Harvey Hoover A.B., Education, Millstadt.
EXCEL CROW. Lebanon.
Transfer. Oklahoma City University.
F.T.A. '5(>-"51; Football "5(1-51; Track '49-'51;
"M" Club '50-51; Student-Faculty Council '50-
'51; Intramural Basketball '49-'51.
LEONARD HALL, O'Fallon.
Transfer, Washington University, Southern Illinois
State Normal University.
ARTHUR HARTMAN, Granite City.
Football '48-'50; Track '48- '50; "M" Club '48-
'51, president; McKendree Review '50- '51; Intra-
mural Basketball '48- '50.
CARL HENN, Granite City.
Transfer, University of Illinois, Shurtleff College.
Plato '49-'51; Kappa Chi '49-'50; S.C.A. '49-'51;
Track '49- '51; English Assistant '50-'51; Stunt
STANLEY JOHNSTON, Salem.
Junior year at Eastern Illinois State College.
Philo '48- '49; S.C.A. '47-'49; Stunt Show '48-*49;
Intramural Basketball '48-'49; "The Night of Jan-
JOHN KAUFMAN. Junction.
Philo '48- '51, president; Sigma Zeta '48-'51. pres-
ident; I.S.S. '50-'51; F.T.A. '49-.51; Mathematics
Assistant '50-'51; Stunt Show '47-'50; Intramural
ROBERT KRAUSE, East St. Louis.
Transfer, Southern Illinois University.
Kappa Chi "49-'51; S.C.A. '49-'51; Football '49-
'51; Stunt Show "49-'51; Intramural Basketball
"49- '51: "The Night of January 16th."
WILMER KRAUSZ. New Baden.
Plato '48-'51; Stunt Show '49- "50.
No pictures: William Mann A.B., Chemistry, Mas.oatah; Joe Naglich B.S., Mathematics, Madison.
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WILLIAM LAMBETH, Jenks, Okla.
Transfer, Oklahoma University.
Football '50- '51; Basketball '50-'51; Track '50-'51.
WILLIAM LECKBONE, St. Jacob.
Kappa Chi '47-'51.
DOROTHY LOWE KATAYAMA, East St. Louis.
Clio '48-'51, president; Sigma Tau Delta '48-'51;
F.T.A. '49-'51; S.C.A. '47-'51; W.A.A. '47-'51;
McKendrean '49- '50; Student-Faculty Council
'50-'51; Secretary, Student Association '49- '50;
Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer; Senior Class
Secretary; "Kittvcubs" '47-'49; captain. Stunt
JAMES MARSHALL, Carlinville.
Transfer, Washington University.
Plato '47-'51, president; I.S.S. '49-'51; S.C.A.
'47-'51; McKendree Review '50-'51; McKendrean
'49-'51, editor; '50; Student-Faculty Council '50-
"51; President, Student Association '50; "Who's
Who;" Stunt Show '49-'50, Student Director;
Intramural Basketball '48- '50.
EUGENE McCORMACK, Harrisburg.
Transfer. Asbufy College.
Plato '48-'51; Public Affairs Forum '49-50; S.C.A.
'48-'51; Football '48, '50-'51; Stunt Show '48-'49;
Intramural Basketball '48- '50.
ROBERT McKINNEY, \ T enice.
Transfer, Cumberland University.
ROBERT MILLER, Wayne City.
A.B., Physical Education.
Transfer, Southern Illinois University.
Philo '48-'51 ; F.T.A. '49-'51; Basketball "48-'51:
All-Pioneer Conference '48; "M" Club '49-'51;
Stunt Show '48-'50.
INA LEE MITCHELL, Ellen.
Chorus '47-'50; Clio '48- '51; president, Sigma
Tau Delta '48-'51; F.T.A. '49- '51; S.C.A. '47-'51;
W.A.A. '47-'51, president; McKendrean '49-'51;
Senior Class Treasurer; Homecoming Queen Can-
didate '50; "Kittvcubs" '47-'49 ; "Who's Who;"
Siunt Show '47- '50.
Xo picture: Howard Pistor A.B., History, Millstadt.
JOHN MYERS, Belleville.
Transfer, Belleville Junior College.
CHARLES ORD, Lebanon.
Sigma Zeta 49-'51; F.T.A. '50-'51; Football '47-
'51; Basketball '47-'48; Track '49-50; "M" Club
'47- '51; Student-Faculty Council '50-'51; Labora-
torv Assistant '50-.51.
EMERIAL OWEN', Fairfield.
Philo '48-'51; Public Affairs Forum '49-'51; Kap-
pa Chi '47-'48; F.T.A. '49-'51; S.C.A. '47-'51;
Freshman Class President; Physical Education
Assistant; Night School Assistant; English As-
sistant; "Who's Who"; Stunt Show '47-'49; "As
You Like It," Business Staff.
GEORGE PATHENOS, East St. Louis.
Plato '47-'51; Public Affairs Forum '50-'51; Sig-
ma Tan Delta '50-'51; F.T.A. '50-'51; Football
'47-'48; Freshman Class President; Stunt Show
'47-'48; Intramural Basketball '49-'51; "As You
Like It"; Student-Faculty Council '51.
PEGGY PERKINS POWERS, Lebanon.
Chorus '47-'51; Women's Sextet '48-'49; Clio
'47-'51; F.T.A. '49-'50 ;< W.A.A. '48- '49; McKen-
dree Review '47-'50; "Kittvcubs" '48-'49; Stunt
Show '48-'49; "Brother Goose"; "The Night of
WARREN PETERS. Louisville.
Plato '48-'49; Ex-GI Club '47-'48; F.T.A. '50-'51.
WILLIAM RHODES, Granite City.
Chorus '47 r '48; Philo '47-'51; Public Affairs
Forum '47-'51, president; E\-GI Club '47-'48;
Football '47-'48; "M" Club '47-'50; Stunt Show
'47-'50; Intramural Basketball '47-'48.
RODNEY RICHARDSON, DuQuoin.
A.B., Physical Education.
Transfer, Murray State College.
Football '50-'51; Basketball '50-'51.
No pictures: Dennis Ramsey A.B., Engli
Robert Schubert A.
RAYMOND SACKETT, East St. Louis.
F.T.A. '49-'50; Football '47-'50; "M" Club '49-'51.
RONALD SEIBERT, Ashley.
Transfer, University of Illinois.
Chorus '47-'51; Chapel Choir '48-'51; Men's
Quartet '48-'49; Kappa Chi '48-'51; Philo '49-
'51, president; S.C.A. '48-'51, president; Band
'48-49; Stunt Show '48-'51.
CHARLES SENG, St. Louis, Mo.
A.B., Physical Education.
Philo '47-'51 ; F.T.A. '49-'51; Football '47-'51,
Captain '50. All Conference '48; Track '47; "M"
Club '47-'51 ; McKendrean '50-'51; Student-
Faculty Council '49-'50; Student Association
Vice-President '50- '51; "Our Town."
JAMES WALKER, Worden.
Kappa Chi '47-'50.
ROBERT WARD, Granite City.
A.B., Physical Education.
Transfer, University of Colorado; Fort Scott Junior
College; Missouri State Teachers College.
GERALD WARTON, Chicago.
Transfer, Illinois College.
Public Affairs Forum '49-'50; S.C.A. '49-'51 ;
Football '47-'50; Basketball '47-'49; McKendree
Review '50-'51; McKendrean '50-'51; Keeper of
the Bear '49-'50; Intramural Basketball '49-'51.
GERALD WEISS, Nashville.
A.B., Philosophy. '
Philo '50-'51; Kappa Chi '47-'51, president;
S.C.A. '47-'51; Football '50-'51; Student-Faculty
ROBERT YARBER, East St. Louis.
Sigma Tau Delta '50-'51; I.S.S. '48-'51, presi-
dent; Football Manager, '49-'50; McKendree Re-
view '48-'50, Sports Editor; McKendrean '50-'51;
Intramural Basketball '48; "Who Gets the Car
Tonight?" '48; Bradley University Speech Tourn-
ament '49; Poetry award, 1949 and 1951 Com-
No picture: Robert Simpson A.
History, Centerville Station; John Watt A.B., English-Speech, Tilden, pictured
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From left: Ruth Richardson, secretary-treasurer; Charles Randle, president; John Magnuson,
Honoring the members of the
football team, MeKendree col-
lege held its annual football ban-
quet in Pearsons hall on Novem-
"No one ever w ins a war;
someone always loses. But in
school athletics someone always
wins regardless of the score,"
said Coach Byron Bozarth, ath-
letic director at Granite City
Community High, who was the
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FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS
Standing: Dick Pierson, president. Seated, from left: Lois Bean, secretary-
treasurer; Boyd Wagner, vice-president.
These talented young women
sang for the Formal Freshman
First rote: Nancy Deadmond,
Beatrice Brink. At piano: San-
Back row: Blanche Sidner, Vera
Shelton, Ruth Bennewaite, Lois
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Ronald Arney Jack Baldwin La Von Baylor
Lois Bean Ruth Bennewate
Howard Black John Boicourt Beatrice Brink
Leo Brooks William Browning
Richard Chappie John Corday Floyd Cox
Richard Curtis Lola Daniels
Nancy Deadmond Warton Robert DePriest Ann Dew
Aina Dzirkalis Sandra Easley
Louis Eberhardt Manley Eike Richard Friend
Edna Gaskill Burton Gedney
Phyllis Gutekunst Helen Hall Beatrice Hamilton
Mary Lou Hard Donald Hartman
Gloria Hensler Roberta Hoffart Mary Hurt
James Jackson Leddrew Johnson
Charles Kiehach Joan Kleeman Darrell Kohlmiller
Charles Leckrone Bill McReynolds
Paul Mabry Majorie Malick Elizabeth Messmer
Loretta Moody William Motzer
John Murphy Alden Olson James Owsley
Dick Pierson Betty Poole
Valeria Pownall Oscar Rasmussen Robert Reynolds
Martin Roper Jack Roth
Earline Sanders Vera Shelton Blanche Sidner
' Earl Simmons John Straight
Samuel Totten Donna Waggoner Boyd Wagner
Roy White James Whitler
Svening S c h°°l
The evening school of the college
opened at the beginning of the second
semester of 1949 and 1950. When the
college expanded its courses to accom-
modate the personnel at Scott Air Force
Base, it began a new era in adult educa-
tion. Frequently others than the military
men and women of the Base enroll.
One of the foremost promoters of
these classes was Capt. John Bice, who
is stationed at the Base. Through his
efforts there has been a steady increase
in the number of courses offered. He is
oftentimes on the campus checking into
the success of the work.
Right: Captain John Bice.
^3he Evening School
International Relations (Political Science 54)
First row, left to right: Pvt. Richard Coats, Cpl. Michael Kram, Cpl. Allen Winbush.
Second row: Sgt. Asa Van Moore, Cpl. Fay Martin, Cpl. Margaret O'Neil, 1st. Lt.
Third roic: Dr. Grow, Capt. William Greenwood, 2nd. Lt. William Mason, Sgt. Wal-
Plane Trigonometry (Mathematics 21)
First row, left to right: Capt. R. E. Winters, Pfe. Wendell Nelson, Pfc. John Freshour.
Second row: Cpl. Eugene Leftwieh, 1st Lt. Matthew Horvath, 1st Lt. William Fentress.
Third row: Cpl. Fay Martin, Cpl. Michael Kram, Cpl. Kenneth Fisher.
Fourth row: Prof. Sayre, Cpl. Robert Smacker, Pfc. Jonathan Miller.
Intermediate Algebra (Mathematics 1
First row, left to right: Sgt. Robert Cason, 1st. Lt. Grace Scott, Major Dorothy Rhode-
nizer, Cpl. Samuel Kalili, Pfc. Philip Bierschenk.
Second row: Pfc. Marvin Schreke, Sgt. Eugene Seibert, Cpl. Raymond Williams, Cpl.
Harris Clark, Cpl. James Viadella, Pfc. Norman Sylvester, Major Charles Haines.
Third row: Sgt. Awtry Robinson, Pfc. Gerald Garratt, Pfc. Edward Jones, Pfc. Kenneth
Pedersen, Cpl. George Ledoux, Pfc. Richard McGregor, Cpl. Ray Yarmocyk.
Freshman Composition (English 1)
First row, left to right: Capt. William Duffey, Cpl. Frank Garrison, Sgt. William Hayden,
Sgt. Stuart Nelson, Sgt. Wesley Sorum.
Second row: S/Sgt. Raul Ares, 2nd Lt. Lillian Kocina, 1st Lt. Edith Spohn 2nd Lt.
Third row: Cpl. Russell Kitzman, S/Sgt. Thomas Raker, 1st Lt. Matthew Horvath.
2nd Lt. John Devaux, Nancy Collier, Sgt. Robert Miller.
Fourtli row: T/Sgt. William Rodgers, Cpl. Joel Hendricks, Cpl. Kenneth Fisher, Cpl.
Robert Smacker, Cpl. Thomas McMahan, Pfc. David Albrecht.
Principles of Sociology (Sociology 22)
First row, left to right: Pfc. Kenneth Pedersen, Miss Clara Kirsch, Mrs. Edna Sliva,
Mrs. Alyee Zilles, Mrs. Nancy Collier, Mrs. Adele Rule.
Second row: Pvt. Mack Ellis, Sgt. Albert Hinchcliffe, S/Sgt. Lowell Halliburton, Pfc.
Richard McGregor, Pfc. David Albrecht, Cpl. Allen Winbush.
Third row: Leslie Purdy, Pfc. Gerald Garratt, Pvt. Leonard Snow, Sgt. Awtry Robinson,
Pfc. Philip Bierschenk, Pvt. Richard Coats, Major Charles Haines.
General Psychology (Psychology 1)
First row, left to right: Capt. Vernal Larsen, Capt. Jimmie Hale, Capt. Frank Smyth,
Lt. Donald Tennent.
Second row: Pfc. Troy Miller, Sgt. Edward Munger, Sgt. John Crosby, Cpl. Eugene
Third row: S/Sgt. Lowell Halliburton, Pvt. Mack Ellis, Pfc. Fred Anderson, Cpl. Mar-
garet Stanford, Prof. Dawes.
Fourth row: Cpl. Sterling Hymel, Cpl. Lee Hemsley, 1st Lt. Frank Sutcliffe, Cpl. John
Fifth row: Pfc. Stanley Tibbetts, Pfc. James Palmer, Pfc. Salvatore Calta, Pfc. Robert
Adams, Pfc. Thomas Compton, Lt. Ivan Henry.
Freshman Composition (English II)
First row, left to right: M/Sgt. John Anderson, 2nd Lt. Henri Touzart, 2nd Lt. Jolin
Devaux, Major Dorothy Rhodenizer.
Second row: Mrs. Paul Chamless, Capt. William Greenwood, 1st Lt. Grace Seath, Cpl.
Raymond Williams, M/Sgt. Nathaniel Harville.
Third row: Sgt. David Pushcar, Capt. Vernal Larsen.
Fourth row: Sgt. Eugene Seibert, 1st Lt. Albert Homan, Sgt. Wallace Bischoff, 1st Lt.
College Algebra (Mathematics 22)
First row, left to right: Pfc. Wade Huckins, Cpl. Russell Kitzman, Pfc. Eugene Bagens-
tos, Pfc. Kenneth Walton.
Second row: Capt. William Duffey, Capt. Frank Smyth, Pfc. John Stene, Pfc. Paul
Johnson, Cpl. William Walker.
Third, row: Lt. Ivan Henry, Pfc. Clement Romiski, Sgt. Joseph Gavit, Sgt. Robert
Mouirgies, S Sgt. Thomas Raker.
Fourth row: T/Sgt. Rill Rodgers, S/Sgt. Raul Ares, Lt. Donald Tennent, Capt. Jimmie
Hale, Capt. Gilbert Gerken.
Fifth row: Cpl. Margaret O'Neil, Cpl. Margaret Stanford, Lt. Wayne Johannsen, Sgt.
Freshman Composition (English II)
First row, left to right: T/Sgt. Phillip Ballou, dipt. William Duffey, Edith Spoha.
Second row: Louise Ballon, Capt. George Schmitt, Sgt. Russell Kitzman.
Third row: S/Sgt. Thomas Baker, S/Sgt. Paul Ares, Lt. Martin Beehe.
Intermediate Algebra (Mathematics 1)
First row, left to risht: 1st Lt. Maurice Rundquist, T/Sgt. Harold Burgeson, L. Byers
Sgt. Kenneth Cleeton, Sgt. Dick DeFoe.
Second row: Sgt. Adolph Soepplinger, V. H. Larsen, Cpl. Herbert Doege, S/Sgt. Wal
Third row: Sgt. Roger Shewmake, Pfc. Joseph Smith, Sgt. Ernst Stenger, Cpl. Bill Storie
Fourth row: James H. Rowe.
Analytic Geometry (Mathematics 24)
First row, left to right: Pfc. William L. Horton, Cpl. Michael Kram. Sgt. F. W. Martin,
Pvt. Don L. French.
Second row: M Sgt. Irving Mandley, Cpl. Walter Poswiatowski, Sgt. Eugene L. Left-
wich, Cpl. John R. North.
Social Anthropology (Sociology 21)
First row, left to right: Sgt. W. Yount, Pfc. M. Ellis, Sgt. Albert Hinchcliffe, Sgt. M. V.
Second row: Cpl. Clarence Zhnnier, Sgt. Charles Rehberger, Sgt. Charles Greene, Pfc.
Agnew Ellis, Capt. Donald Tennent.
Third row: Pfc. Gerald P. Garratt, Mrs. Adele Rule, Pfc. Stanley Tibbets, Pvt. John A.
Gritta, Capt. Jimmie W. Hale.
Fourth row: Edna Keck Sliva, Clara Kirsch, Sgt. Herbert Wadlin, Sgt. Awtry Robinson.
Fifth row: T/Sgt. Harold Stiniel, Lt. James G. Reed, CpL Paul Sherman, S/Sgt. Willard
Applied Psychology (Psychology 7)
First row, left to right: Pfc. Horace Posey, Cp!. Neal A. Brandt, Pvt. Page A. Fred-
Second row: Capt. Frank Sutcliffe, Clarence Xetzer, Sgt. Eugene Leftwich, Cap:. Donald
Third row: 1st Lt. James Reed, T Sgt. Harold Stimel, Sgt. Richard E. Ellingwood.
Fourth row: Pvt. Donald Zaggle, Cpl. William Storie.
Spanish (Spanish I)
First row, left to right: Pfc. Dover Moore, Mrs. Cecile Valentine, Mrs. Ethel Richards,
Mrs. Fay Hall.
Second row: Cpl. Robert F. Buck, Sgt. Roger Shewmake, 2nd Lt. Benjamin Surovy,
Capt. John Wheeler.
Third row: Capt. Eddie Davis, Capt. John Cadwallader, Pfc. Donald Sch'.ater.
Fourth row: Leonard Hall, Sgt. John R. Herl.hy, Sgt. Richard Jarworski.
College Algebra (Mathematics 20)
First row, left to right: Sgt. Gene Clark, Cpl. Donald Commons, Capt. Cyril Doum.i.
Sgt. Robert Grayson.
Second row: Cpl. Dale Kaufman, Cpl. Marion King, Sgt. Victor Pike, Cpl. Walter C.
Poswiatow ski, Sgt. David J. Pushear.
Third row: Sgt. Charles Rehberger, Sgt. Kenneth Saltis, Sgt. Arcus Slone, Cpl. Clarence
Fourth row: Cpl. Kenneth Fisher, 1st Lt. Martin Beebe.
Freshman Composition (EnglisJi I)
First row, left to right: S/Sgt. Octavus Dulaney, Pvt. Colliedge Parr, Sgt. Fay Martin,
Second row: Cpl. Awtry Robinson, Sgt. Dick DeFoe, Pvt. Mark Brewton, S Sgt. Wil-
lard Taekman, Cpl. Paul Sherman.
Third row: S/Sgt. William Martin, Pfc. Gerald Garratt, Sgt. Charles Greene, 2nd Lt.
Fourth row: Harold Burgeson, John R. North, James Alexander.
Fifth row: 2nd Lt. Sylvia Barthold, 1st Lt. Lubamira Dianiska, Capt. Harless D. Mahone.
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Extension classes are now taught at Belleville and Collinsville.
Shakespeare (English 53)
First row, left to right: Lorreine Horenkamp, Louise Green, Victoria De Matties, Bertha
Robinson, Grace Wolfe, Carrie Agles, Beth Dolan.
Second row: Yelma Hartman, Gladys Stookey, Inez Uphoff, May Bertram, Isabel Hall.
Third row: Charlene Peters, Myrtle Berghahn, Leota Buchmann, Grace Orcutt.
Fourth row: Eileen Schvbal, Amial Moeller, Marie Combs, Margaret Dupatz, Harriet
West, Ethel Richards.
Absent: Velma Whitecotton, Celia Valentine.
Social Psychology (Psychology 56)
Standing, left to right: Prof. E. H. Dawes. Clifton Joseph, Ida Meier, June Riesenberger.
Leonard Hall, Leroy Clark, Inez Kuhlman, Pearl Theobald, Soren Larsen, Adele
Hinckley, Anna Lubus, Flora Jessup.
Seated at left table: Melba Bienvenne, Orletta Lattig, Clara Liebler, Mildred Brown,
Lura Rosborough, Alpha Mannle, Mabel Boul, Georgia Hemmer, Velma Whitecotton,
Seated at center table: Frieda Pulliam, Josephine Mund, Harriet West, Fay Hall, Estelle
Kampmeyer, Man- Zinkgraf, Edna Keck, Susie Hubbard, Viola Weiss, Velma Hart-
man, Eileen Meyers, Elsie Re:d, Eva Weldon.
Seated at right table: Mildred Lane, Daisy Kennedy, Blanche Schifferdecker, Dorothea
Davidson, Laverne Farkas, Gertrude Lewis, Mary Wieland, Miriam Girard, Dorothy
Kistner, Ida Zanley, Carrie Agles, Leota Buckman, Grace Wolfe.
Freshman Composition (English 11)
First rote, left to right: E. Jenne, V. DeMatties, G. Orcutt, M. Bertram. Second row: X. Rinkcr, M. Combs, L. Blaha, I. Hall.
Third row: J. Elliott, E. Collins, B. Hedden. Fourth row: R. Ratzel, M. Altaian. Standing: Mrs. Beth R. Dolan.
Shakespeare (English 54)
First row, left to right: C. Agles, M. Dupatz, V. DeMatties. Second row: L. Horenkamp, T- Riesenberger, G. Orcutt, C. Peters.
Third row: B. Schifferdecker, A. Moll, M. Combs, H. West. Fourth row: G. Wolfe, M. Bertram, L. Buchman, V. Hartman,
M. Brown. Standing: Mrs. Beth R. Dolan. Absent: I. Hall, V. Whiteeotton, G. Stookey, A. Moller, M. Dickson, L. Clark,
Social Psychology (Psychology 56)
Standing, left to right: M. Girard, M. Wieland, L. Rosborough, A. Hinckley, G Lewis, F. Jessup, P. Theobald, E. Meyers,
H. West, M. Bienvenne, J. Mund, M. Crowe, L. Horenkamp, I. Kuhlman, C. Agles, L. Monken, C. Reynolds, X. Gaines,
R. Huch, S. Larsen, Prof. E. H. Dawes. Seated at left table: F. Pulliam, D. Kennedy, M. Lane, S. Hubbard, V. Weiss,
F. Schulte, C. Joseph, E. MofFatt, E. Kampmeyer, M. Zinkgraf, E. Keck, L. Hall, V. Hartman, E. Rittenhouse, J. Hale,
D. Kistner. Seated at right table: G Hemmer, A. Lubus, M. Lubus, M. Boul, J. Riesenberger, C. Hall, L. Clark, L.
Muskoff, A. Payeur, R. Logan, A. Logan, E. Richards, D. Davidson, L. Buckman, B. Schifferdecker, M. Burgener, G. Wolfe,
remaining strong and sturdy through the tests of years and difficult treat-
ment, stands as an inspiration for our nation to stand firm on the principles
which will lend themselves to increased strength and endurance for our land.
Give credit where credit is due, and the five cheer-
leaders deserve quite a bit of it; they yelled, won,
and lost with the Bearcats.
In front: Nancy Redden.
Kneeling: Joan Kleeman, Louis Eberhardt, JoAnn Stoddard.
Standing: June Render, Beatrice Brink.
This was Coach Hugh F. Red-
den's first year as football coach on
the hill, and taking into considera-
tion all the injuries that his squad
suffered, Redden's coaching did
Playing as an outstanding line-
man in his college days, Edward
Hoffman injected some of his old
fight into the Rearcat linemen.
They clawed many a lineman of
Coach Hugh F. Redden (left). Assistant Coach Edward Hoffman
First row, left to right: Dick Friend, Jim Yesinkus, Dick Packard, Bob Ward, Ron Herrin, Bill Burke, Rod Richardson,
Charles Leckrone, Paul Mabry, Bob McAllister, Charles Seng, Harry Ewing, Ceroid Weiss, Tom McCrary.
Second row: Roy White, Bob Krause, Bill Lambeth, Bob DePriest, Cloyce Burns, Engel Grow, Tom Hayes, Charles Ord,
Alfred Dartt, Eugene McCormack, Delmar Sample, Bob Sweeny, Fred Hammond.
Third row: Edward Hoffman, Roger Sykes, Gordon Gibbs, Jim Owsley, Herman Edwards, Gene Wyatt, Jack Frost, Jim
Redden, Leonard Poole, George Pathenos, Harold Davis, Hugh F. Redden.
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Backs and Centers
First row: Bob McAllister, Charles Seng, Ron Herrin; center row. Charles Leekrone, Jack
Frost. Bill Burke; top row: Gene Wyatt, Gordon Gibbs, Bob Ward, Paul Mabry.
Ends, Tackles, Guards
First row: Dick Packard, Tom Hayes, Bob DePriest, Alfred Dartt; center row: Jim Redden,
Jerry Weiss, Jim Yesinkus, Jim Owsley; top row: Rod Richardson, Herman Edwards, Engel
Grow, Harry Ewing.
Tackles, Managers, Guards
First row: Eugene McCorraack, Harold Davis, Delmar Sample, Dick Friend; center row: Fred
Hammond, Charles Ord, Cloyee Burns, Bob Krause; top row: Bill Lambeth, Leonard
Poole, Roger Sykes, Tom McCrary.
1950 (jfootball Season
McKENDREE 24. ROSE POLY 14
McKendree's 1950 football team accomplished what to other Bearcat teams had seemed
the impossible. They won an opener. Beating Rose Poly on the ground and in the air. the
Bearcats showed a light, fast, and well-drilled eleven.
McKENDREE 0, LEWIS 20
It was the first meeting of the two schools and Lewis thought the Bearcats to be a
breather. The Bearcats' line-play was superb for they were highly outweighed. The kicking
of Bill Lambeth was outstanding.
McKENDREE 26, MISSOURI BAPTIST 12
Victory was sweet again at the hands of Missouri Baptist. Held to a halftime score of
14 to 6, the Bearcats were assured of a victory when Bob Ward ran 60 yards for a touchdown.
McKENDREE 12, ILLINOIS COLLEGE IS
Stopping a last minute threat, Illinois college defeated McKendree. Bob Ward scored
both touchdowns on short plunges. The game ended on the I. C. four-yard line.
McKENDREE 14, CHILLICOTHE 12
The Bearcats traveled to Missouri for their third victory of the year. The game was won
with less than two minutes to play on a pass from Charles Leckrone to Bob Ward.
McKENDREE 0, SHURTLEFF 12
Shurtleff college put the blues on McKendree's homecoming celebration by winning the
football game. McKendree made 19 first downs to Shurtleff's six. Bob Ward carried the ball
for 13 first downs.
McKENDREE 6. EUREKA 25
Charles Leckrone passed 25 yards to Bob Ward for the only Bearcat touchdown of the
game. Fumbles and a muddy field hampered the Bearcat running attack.
McKENDREE 14, PRINCIPIA 39
Principia defeated the Bearcats to end an undefeated season. The highlight of the game
was Bob Ward's 95-yard punt return. The second touchdown was from Charles Leckrone to
Bob Ward on a pass play.
96; Sanford-Brown, 45.
62; Missouri Baptist, 57.
63; Chillicothe, 52.
88; Stowe Teachers, 45.
72; Oakland City, 83.
89; Greenville, 65.
93; M. & A. Univ., 45.
75; Harris Teachers, 52.
58; Stowe Teachers, 50.
72; Eureka, 61.
73; Rose Poly, 57.
70; Illinois, 77.
68; Shurtleff, 58.
72; Blackburn, 53.
69; Principia, 42.
100; Chillicothe, 72.
125; M. & A. Univ., 75.
121; Sanford-Brown, 68.
55; Shurtleff, 61.
78; Harris Teachers, 53.
92; Oakland City, 72.
65; Rose Poly, 69.
94; Greenville, 74.
60; Illinois, 62.
68; Blackburn, 57.
104; Missouri Baptist, 65.
72; Eureka, 70.
80; Principia, 58.
Coach Hugh F. Redden
McKendree college basketball teams of the future will find it tough sledding
to improve the season's record which the Bearcats of 1950-51 posted this year.
Basketball has been played here at McKendree for a long time and the best
record of any previous season, according to our information, was back in 1919-20
when that Bearcat quintet won 15 and lost 5. That mark doesn't come close to
the 23-5 record produced by this year's squad under the direction of Coach
Another improvement upon last year's record was that of being highly rated
all season long in the N.A.I.B. statistics. Offensively, the Bearcats were ranked
fourth in the nation with a 80.5 average.
The 1950-51 season was highlighted by the impressive home record of 13
wins on 15 starts and, better, still, by winning ten and losing three on the road.
No apologies are needed, however, for losses to Illinois College. Shurtleff, and
The Bearcats set a new scoring record of 2,235 points. Gene Hoyt was the
teams leading scorer with 570 points.
The season opened at home with four impressive victories before dropping
the first defeat to Oakland City. The initial four games might be regarded as
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Top row: Mgrs. Jim Redden, Herman Edwards, Ron Herrin, Rodney Richards
Bottom row: Rill Keck, Burton Gedney, Clifford Maddox, John Gray.
Top row, left to right: Gene Hoyt, Jack Castillo, and Charles Kiebach.
Bottom row, left to right: Charles Lane, Charles Leekrone, and Bill Lambeth.
breathers, for in them was demonstrated the form that would later earn- the
basketeers through the most successful basketball year in the history of
With a 4-1 record, the Bearcats played host to Greenville and had no
trouble disposing of them by the score of 89 to 65. Hitting their stride again, the
Bearcats trounced M and A University, 93 to 45. Traveling south to West Frank-
fort to inaugurate the new gymnasium, McKendree met Harris Teachers and
found them no match to the tune of 75 to 52. Again McKendree refused to crack
and took in victories over Stowe Teachers, Eureka, and Rose Poly. With six wins
under their belts, the arrival of Illinois college was being prepared for. Twice
previously, the Blue Boys had handed McKendree the short end of the score
book. Illinois college, hitting over 60 per cent of their field goals, was too strong
for the Bearcats. The score was 77 to 70. This was the second setback of the
Revenge was sweet when the Bearcats met Shurtleff college and by a margin
of ten points bested the team that had defeated Bearcat cage squads consistently
for the last few seasons. The score was 68 to 58. Refusing to crack to any op-
ponent, the Bearcats rolled to six straight victories before dropping a hotly fought
game to Shurtleff.
McKendree then traveled east and dropped Oakland City, who had dealt
the bearcats their first defeat. On the same trip McKendree dropped a 69 to 55
encounter to Rose Poly, who had been defeated once before. Greenville played
a very nice host to the Bearcats, as they were defeated, 94 to 74, which set up
the stage for the Illinois college game.
The Bearcats dropped a heartbreaker to Illinois college, 62 to 60. Leading
all through the game, the Bearcats looked as though they finally were going to
defeat the Blue Boys, but a late rally dropped the Bearcats. Greenville college
was defeated for the second time during the season by the howling Bearcats. In
a slow home game Blackburn college was also defeated, 69 to 58. The Bearcats
skimmed by Eureka by a close score of 72 to 70. On traveling to Principia the
Bearcats closed their most successful season with a victorv.
Top row: Coach Hugh F. Redden, Bill Lambeth, Charles Kiebach, Charles Lane, Gene Hovt,
Bill Gedney, Mgr. Jim Redden.
Bottom row: Jack Roth, Ron Herrin, Jack Castillo, Charles Leckrone, Rod Richardson, Clifford
The 1950 track team proved to be one of the outstanding cinder teams in
McKendree's history. The track team entered five meets with schools in the area.
Of the five, three were won; one was tied; and one was lost. The defeat was suf-
fered at the hands of James Millikin university. Beside the regular meets, some
of the members of the team competed in the Illinois Tech Relays and the Rose
Poly Relays, Harris Relays, and the A.A.U. meet.
The outstanding member of the squad and the best low and high hurdler
in Bearcat history was Edgar "Slick" Schafer, who turned in one sparkling per-
formance after another. He set a new school record in both the low hurdles, 24.,
and the high hurdles, 14.9. He also ran fourth in the National A.A.U. tournament
held in Baltimore, Md. He was high man in the point department with 107, ! 2.
Other consistent point winners were Elvis Rosenberger in the low and high
hurdles, high jump, and broad jump; Cloyce Burns, shot and discus; Harold
Sheets, pole vault; Carl Henn, 440; and Ron Herrin, dashes.
Harris Teacher 62 : i!
Principia college 49/2
Stowe Teachers 45!i
James Millikin 84
St. Louis 65 ! 2
First row: Cloyce Burns, Charles Ord, Engel Grow, Ron Herrin.
Second row: Lester Garver, Harold Sheets, Carl Henn.
Third row: Harold Davis, Edgar Schafer, Elvis Rosenberger, Bob McAllister.
Standing, left to riglit: Elsie Crisp, Patricia Hazelwood, Dorcas Callahan, June Render, Joy
Luman, Betty Poole.
At piano: Robert Brown.
First row, left to right: Elsie Crisp, Eloise Barton, Martha Rieman, June Render, Joy Luman.
Second row: Dean Cox, Edmund Childress, Ronald Seibert, Phil Adams, Charles Fox.
At organ: Robert Brown.
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Left to right: Charles Fox, Dean Cox, Edmund Childress, George Brown.
Left to right, first row: JoAnn Simpson, Joan Kleeman, Diana Houseman, Dorcas Callahan, Joy
Luman, June Render, Lois Hoekett, Norma Hinson, Daphene Coston, Elsie Crisp, Joan
Ringgenberg, Norma Cummins.
Second row: Betty Poole, Phyllis Gutekunst, Marigem Stevens, Jennie Lynn Stein, Melba
Wilson, Ruth Bennewaite, Earline Sanders, Ann Dew, Loretta Moody, Mary Lou Hard,
Winona Hiller, Martha Rieman, Patricia Hazelwood.
Third row: Richard Curtis, Charles Fox, Phil Adams, Julius Kerper, John Murphy, Sam Totten,
Leonard Poole, Don Cassidy, Jack Frost, Edmund Childress.
Fourth rotv: Lester Garver, LaVon Baylor, John Straight, Ralph Totten, Cloyce Burns, Dean
Cox, George Brown, Leonard Smith, Richard Bryant, Ronald Selbert.
At piano: Eloise Barton. Standing: Prof. Bagg.
Student Faculty Council
Urst row, left to right: James Marshall, Dorothv Lowe, Miss Evelvn Troutman, Dean Lewis
Second row: Charles Ord, Dean Cox, Edmund Childress, Engel Grow, Raymond Daniel.
First row, left to right: Jack Frost, Art Hartman, Bill Burke, Harold Davis.
Second row: Marino Garcia, Robert Miller, Hubert Maddox, Ed Biznek.
Third row: Connie Allen, Ron Herrin, Charles Seng.
Fourth row: Dick Packard, Cloyce Burns, Charles Ord, Engel Grow.
McKendree Review Staff
Sitting, left to right: Martha Rieman, Robert Cates, Violette Corday, Patti Ann Ensley, Ji
Marshall, Marino Garcia, Harry Thiel.
Standing: Elsie Crisp, Charles Kimble, Gerald Warton, Art Hartman.
The McKendrean Staff
First row, left to riglit: Elizabeth White Parks, adviser; Eloise Barton, Elsie Crisp, Martha
Rieman, Gerald Warton.
Second row: James Marshall, Marino Garcia, Patti Ann Ensley, Violette Cordav, Ina Lee
Third row: Edmund Childress, Charles Seng, George Brown.
Fourth row: Dean Cox, Nathan Austin.
International Students" Society
First row. left to right: Elsie Crisp. Dennis Ramsey. Jo Stoddard.
Second row: Edmund Childress. John Kaufman. Nathan Austin. Dean Cox.
First row. left to right: Norma Yoder. Patti Ann Ensley. Joyce Crews.
Second row: Elizabeth Eadie. Joan Weber. Winona Hiller, JoAnn Stoddard.
Third row: June Render. Daphene Coston. .Ann Gill. Norma Hinson.
Fourth row: Jennie Stein, Joy Luman. Elsie Crisp. Martha Rieman.
Fifth row: Dorothy Lowe, Ina Lee Mitchell, Violette Corday. Ruth Richardson. Vetta Jean
Taylor, Marigem Stevens, JoAnn Simpson, Norma Cummins.
First row. left to right: Jim Marshall. Charles Fox, Don Cassidy. Phil Adams.
Second row: Earl Stover, Wilmer Krausz. Harry Ewing.
rhrd row: Fred Hammond. Leonard Poole. Robert McAllister. Barney Barnes.
Fourth row: Robert Brown. Eugene McCormaek, Robert Cates.
Fifth row: George Pathenos. Cloyee Burns, John Magriuson. Dean Cox, Ronald Herrin. George
Brown. Nathan Austin. Francis Michels.
First row\ left to right: Ronald Seibert, James Powell. Charles Seng. Harold Da\is. Robert
Walker, John Kaufman.
Second row: Dick Bryant. Charles Randle. Robert Miller.
Third row: Ivan Lewis. Glen Fisher. Dennis Ramsey. Lester Garver.
Fourth row: Charles Chapman. Wayne Waggoner. Emerial Owen.
Fifth row: Ray Porter. Scott Randolph. John Watt, Delmar Sample, Jerry Weiss.
First row, left to riglit: Robert Miller, Dorothy Lowe, Engel Crow, Prof. Earl Dawes. Ronald
Herrin, George Pathenos.
Second roic: Charles Fox, Joan Ringgenberg, Eloise Rarton, Donald Diel.
Third row. Joyce Crews, Ina Lee Mitchell, Joy Lnman, Vetta Taylor.
Fourth row: Joe Naglich, John Kaufman, Emerial Owen.
Fifth row: Connie Allen, Charles Seng, Leon Anderson, Robert Brown.
S;.v.'/i roic: Marino Garcia, Charles Ord, John Watt, Nathan Austin, Richard Packard, Warren
Peters, Fred Hammond, Dean Cox, Don Cassidy, Wilmer Krausz.
Public Affairs Forum
First row, left to right: Donald Diel, Ivan Lewis, Charles Fox, John Magnnson.
Second row: Mrs. N. G. Oppitz, Patti Ann Ensley, Marigem Stevens, Joan Weber.
Third row: Earl Stover, Dick Bryant, George Pathenos.
Fourth row: Phil Adams, Ronald Herrin, Charles Chapman, Robert Brown.
Fifth row: Jerry Weiss, Robert Cates, Louis Eberhardt.
Sixth row: George Brown, Edmund Childress, Robert Walker, Don Cassidy.
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First row. left to right: Violette Cordav, Barbara Campbell, Vetta Taylor, Patti Ann Enslev.
Second row: Lois Bean, Dinah Tanner, Jennie Stein, Norma Hinson.
Third row: Winona Hiller, Connie Parrish, Joan Kleeman.
Fourth row: Sandra Easley, Earline Sanders, Dorcas Callahan, Betty Poole.
Fifth row: Ruth Bennewaite, Estelle Hubbard, Norma Yoder.
Sixth row: Beatrice Brink, Ina Lee Mitchell, Blanche Sidner, Joyce Crews, Ruth Richardson.
Edna Gaskill, Dorothy Lowe, JoAnn Stoddard.
Standing, left to right: Nathan Austin, Edward Hoffman, Roy Baugh.
Seated: Ronald Seibert, Jennie Stein, Winona Hiller, Ina Lee Mitchell, Lois Bean.
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Weiss, Edward Hoffman, Lois Bean, Ronald Seibert, Robert
First row, left to right: Jo
Second row: Violette Corday, Sandra Easley, Dinah Tanner, Daphene Coston, Barbara Camp-
bell, Connie Parrish.
Third row: Earl Stover, Francis Michels, Dennis Ramsey, Wayne Waggoner.
Fourth row: Charles lee, Glen Fisher, Charles Chapman.
Fifth row: Robert Walker, Ralph Totten, Ray Porter, Roy Baugh.
First row, left to right: Charles Ord, John Kaufman, Prof. Gutekunst.
Second row: Prof. Fleming, Don Diddows, Charles Fox.
Third row: Joe Naglich, Leon Anderson, Dr. Stowell.
Fourth row: Nathan Austin, Robert Schubert, Edmund Childress, W
Sigma Tau Delta
F/rsf row, left to right: June Render, Elizabeth Eadie, Patti Ann Ensley, Jo Stoddard.
Second row: Connie Parrish, Norma Yoder, Martha Reiman, Elsie Crisp.
Third row: Violette Corday, Ina Lee Mitchell, Dorothy Lowe, Joyce Crews.
Fourth row: William Powell, Nathan Austin, Dick Bryant, Robert Schubert, Robert Brown.
Alpha Psi Omega
First row, left to right: Connie Parrish, June Render.
Second row: Robert Walker, Glen Fisher, Ivan Lewis.
First row, left to right: Bill Johnson, Delmar Sample, Engel Grow, Bill Lambeth, Nathan
Austin, Charles Leekrone, George Pathenos.
Second row: Leonard Poole, Bobert McAllister, Bobert Ward, Bonald Herrin, Gerald Warton.
Third row: Herbert Luman, President Grow, Edward Hoffman.
Standing, left to right: Dorcas Callahan, JoAnn Stoddard, Daphene Coston, Joan Hall.
Seated: Buth Bichardson, Vetta Jean Taylor, Lois Bean. Joan Weber, Mrs. Grow, Mr:
han, Mrs. Raymond Mize, Lois Hockett.
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f~^1 . -.- r\s~} 1 1 re sounding with a quiet, noble tone, summons men and women to an
\JkAjI kJ\L/Vv education through which they may develop such qualities.
This year five McKendreans have had the honor of
being selected for inclusion in the publication, "Who's
Who Among Students in American Universities and
Colleges." This publication first came into print for
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tion. Nominating committees
consider the student's scholar-
ship, his leadership and co-oper-
ation in educational and extra-
curricular activities, his general
citizenship, and his promise of
Each student who is selected
receives without cost: a certifi-
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the school year 1934-35, when
it was felt that a national basis
of recognition for college stu-
dents was needed.
Selection of nominees is con-
ducted by campus committees
and usually involves student-
faculty, administrative participa-
cate of recognition awarded by
the organization and presented
at the school; recognition in the
annual publication for the year
during which he was selected in
the form of a write-up of his
college and personal record and
a listing in the Index under the
Patti Ann Ensleu
Ina Lee Mitchell
college from which he was nom-
inated, benefits of the Students
Placement Service provided by
the organization if he needs as-
sistance in making employment
contacts or supplying other rec-
As You £ike It
Duke Senior— living in exile Bill Nagel
Erederick — his brother and usurper of his dominions Darrell Sample
i„,i„ n , | , , .. , „ , ) Orville Schanz
j^;;;;^ | l°rds attending on the exded Duke | Elmer Hunt(T
LeBeau — a courtier attending upon Frederick Forrest Slone
Charles— a wrestler Bill Gregory
i i Jim Burnett
Oliver [ - ) Allen Vancil
Jaques sons ot Sir Roland cle riois j-jj^ Bryant
Orlando \ \ I van Lewis
Adam— servant to Oliver Paul Brown
Touchstone — a clown Bob Walker
Sir Oliver Martext— a vicar Melvin Byrd
Corin ( , , j > Glen Fisher
Sihlus J shepherds j John Watt
William— a country fellow in love with Audrey George Pathenos
Hymen — represented by Amiens Orville Schanz
Rosalind— daughter to the exiled Duke Pat Barclay, JoAnn Simpson
Celia— a daughter to Frederick Connie Parrish, June Render
Phoebe— a shepherdess Norma Cummins
Audrey— a country wench Dorcas Callahan, Elsie Crisp
1st Lord to Duke Frederick Lester Garver
2nd Lord to Duke Frederick Ralph Totten
1st Lord to Duke Senior Dean Cox
2nd Lord to Duke Senior Glenn Freiner
3rd Lord to Duke Senior Dick Bryant, Ivan Lewis
Ladies of Duke Frederick's Court Pat Barclay, JoAnn Simpson, Connie Parrish,
Villagers Ruth Althoff, Dorcas Callahan, Elsie Crisp
Director Miss Vivian E. Burton
^ohe (president's Reception
Amid a colorful atmosphere of the Stevenson House, President and Mrs.
Russell Grow held open house for all members of the faculty and the student
body of McKendree college, Friday evening, September 15, 1950.
In the receiving line were Dr. and Mrs. Grow, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Van
Winkle, Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Knapp, and Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Behymer. Students participating in the musical program were Dorcas
Callahan, George Brown, Betty Poole, Patricia Hazelwood, and Jenny Lynn Stein.
An overflowing crowd was present in our college chapel on April 26. 1950,
for the inauguration of McKendree's new president. Dr. Russell Grow. He suc-
ceeded Dr. Carl C. Bracy, who had held the position almost five years.
Representatives from 83 colleges and universities, along with our own college
chorus and faculty marched in a colorful procession from the Stevenson House
to the historic chapel.
Brief messages were given by H. G. Hurley, representing the Board of Trus-
tees and Visitors; Robert C. Adair, representing the Alumni Association; Clyde
S. Clark, representing the Southern Illinois Conference; and "Myron F. Wicke,
representing the General Board of Education of the Methodist Church. Follow-
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Congratulations, 3Y(r. (president
ing those the McKendree Chorus presented special music. The address of the
day was given by Bishop Charles C. Selecman of Dallas, Texas. Bishop J. Ralph
Magee of Chicago challenged the new president as to the significance of his
office and Dr. Hurley, chairman of the inauguration, officiated as Dr. Grow re-
ceived as a symbol of his office a gavel carved from a wooden window sill of
Old Main, the oldest building on the campus. Dr. Grow responded with a mes-
sage which hinged upon the statement, "Our goal is the spiritual man." The bene-
diction was given by the Rev. Earl C. Phillips, Superintendent of the Olney Dis-
trict. The Recessional concluded the service.
Following the ceremony everyone was invited to attend the reception for
Dr. and Mrs. Grow in Pearsons Hall.
For the second year in succession, the freshman class candidate was elected
as McKendree's Homecoming Queen. She was Miss Mary Lou Hard of Metropo-
First row, left to right: June Render junior class attendant; Martha Rieman, retiring queen;
Joan Hall, sophomore class attendant; Ina Lee Mitchell, senior class attendant.
Second row: Dick Pierson, president of freshman class; Jim Marshall, president of Student
Association; Art Harcman, president of "M" Club; Mary Lou Hard, queen; Charles Seng,
captain of football team; Ronald Herrin, secretary and treasurer of "M" Club; Engel
Grow, "M" Club representative.
Miss Hard reigned during the Freshman Formal Program and was honored
in the Homecoming Parade which preceded the McKendree-Shurtleff football
game on Saturday. She and attendants sat on a specially built platform and were
introduced between halves of the game.
OLD MAIN CENTENNIAL
The centennial anniversary of "Old
Main," the oldest building on the cam-
pus, was celebrated May 23, 1950. Dr.
Walton rededicated the cornerstone and
Vernon L. Nickell, superintendent of
public instruction in Illinois, delivered
GROUND BREAKING— The breaking of ground ceremony for a new gymnasium-auditorium on
McKendree's campus took place on May 23, 1950. However, during the summer complications arose,
and the construction of the new building has been delayed indefinitely.
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Malt, Sundaa or Sandwich
Clothing for Every Member
of the Family
1 17 West St. Louis Street
Quality Dairy Milk Bar
The Lebanon Advertiser
Insurance and Real Estate
Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Church
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
Liese Lumber Co.
Member of McKendree Church
Friend of King Vivian
C. D. Marshall, Inc.
Rieman Shoe Store
Peters Shoes For All The Family
First National Bank
Johnnie and Carl
Sales and Service
Safety First Service Always
Phones 164 and 165
Lebanon Motor Co.
Window and Floor Covering Shoppe
Chevrolet Sales and Service
215 East Main Street
Simms Hardware and
G. W. Grossart Sons
Flowers For All Occasions
Plumbing and Electrical Supplies
717 E. Main
4516 West Main Street
Bonded Member Florist Telegraph
Daily Capacity, 600 Barrels
Elevator Capacity, 200,000 Bushels
PFEFFER MILLING COMPANY
Mars Patent Hand Winter Wheat Flour
Fluffy Ruffles Self Rising Flour
Lebanon Belle Cake Flour
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
College Supplies and
Try Our Scca Founta
We Serve DeLuxe Ice Cream
and Toasted Sandwiches
Lebanon Drug Co.
Brede's 1. G. A. Market
Finer Foods at Lower Prices
General Electric Appliances
St. Louis Dairy Company
Grade "A" Millt and Dairy Products
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E. & R. Weber
Hardware Sheet Metal Work
f/e z te Eag e Stamps
The Quality Store
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READY TO WEAR
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THE CALL PRINTING COMPANY
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PRINTING SERVICE SINCE 1904
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E. N. Pier & Son
Harris Langenberg Hat Co.
Herff Jones Co.
Official Jewelers To
Manufacturing Standard School Ring
Rep. R. L. Jacobs, Jacksonville, III.
Villhard Mercantile Co.
The Store of Service"
Groceries — Dry Goods
Hardware — Shoes
Phone I 17
To McKendree College —
May It Ever Grow
First National Bank
Member of the Federal Deposit
Roy H. Gersrenecker
FORD MOTOR CARS
Firestone tires — Ford parts
Repairing — Gasoline and Oil
Battoe's Hi-Way Cafe
Where friendship and food
5c to $ 1 .00 Store
you feel at home.
ED POOLE ICE AND FUEL COMPANY
Ed Poole and George Koessel, Owners
We Specialize in High Grade Coal
South Fourth Street Lebanon, Illinois
The Student Christian
The Clionian Literary
The Platonian Literary
The Philosophian Literary
The Kroger Company
A Most Pleasant Welcome
Awaits You at All Times a T
For Good Fountain Service
Gifts for all Occasions
MUSIC AND GIFT SHOP
215-217 West St. Louis Street
L. Allen & Sons
Cleaning and Dyeing Co.
108 S. Jackson St.
Complete Outfitters for
Men, Women, and Children
If you are particular, call us.
Belleville, Illinois Phone 33
Sam's Bar B-Q
RIBS BEEF PORK
225 West First Street Phone 33
St. Clair East St. Louis
Achievement is the outstanding characteristic of America's Youth of today — Oppor-
tunity is your challenge.
The surge of progress has developed a pronounced need for co-ordination of effort in
every enterprise —
Regardless of your sphere of activity in the future of America, accept that responsi-
bility with all the resourcefulness you command —
The future of America depends on you!
203-211 E. Main Street
1951 McKendrean Photos
I04A E. Main St.
BLANCHARD PHOTO STUDIO
ETERNAL LIFE BY PHOTOGRAPHY
The glamour of huge industrial plants, Intricate machinery, and mass production methods
is the usual mental picture of American Industry. And a true picture of much manufac-
turing . . . but not so with photo engraving.
Machinery? Certainly! Precision equipment, but not mass production. Glamourous?
Yes! Skilled hands and chemical processes and always intriguing.
Your year book is the result of many procedures . . photography, copy writing, art.
The graphic arts industry has many branches and many opportunities. You might consid-
RTISTS • ENGRAVERS
£ CO* CHAMPAIGN-ILL
Printers and Publishers, Inc.
19-27 North Jaclcson Street
YEARBOOKS a Specialty
Kennedy Heating and
Steam, Hot Water, Vapor and
Warm Air Heating
Welding — Plumbing — Air Conditioning
Gas Equipment — Oil Burner and
Stoker Sales and Service
4900 Manchester Ave. Franklin 5900
St. Louis, Mo.
Fresh and Smoked Meats
Phone I 13
Congratulations to the Senior Class
from your college church
LEBANON METHODIST CHURCH
24 Hour Service Pickup and Delivery
Ledwidge Business Machines