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1969 McKendrean 

McKendree College 
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MEMORIES 



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Autumn s immigrants . . . 



"Here's a general 
invitation to the 
people of the world. 

Jesse Hutchinson, Jr. 

(1813-1853). 




. . . settle down. 




Lines and more lines . . 




Court of laughs 




Society happenings . . . 




'The Unknown' rock out for Philo's Fall Dance. 




Cook-out follows Clio hayride. 



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Assemblies this fall featured Pres. Rackham and 
ABC- TV's news commentator Peter Jennings. 




Four-legged basketball 




"There is no glory ii 
outstripping donkeys." 
Martial 
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C.P.B. sponsors Halloween dance 





"Dancing is wonderful training for 
girls, it's the first way you learn to 
guess what a man is going to do be- 
fore he does it." 

Christopher Morley 

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Philo-Ferx weekend, 1968, promised 
to be a highpoint of the semester. Heav>' 
rain, a fact of life here at McK, resulted 
in the cancellation of the annual football 
tilt and the post-game picnic. The pre- 
game dance was held in Deneen Center 
however and was enjoyed by all present. 



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"Whoso neglects learning in 
his youth, loses the past and is 
dead for the future." 
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Homecoming '68 




Cafe nite features relaxed atmosphere 





Dennis Korte receives the Lou Vesely Scholarship Award. 




Left: Bearcat board action 
Right: Al Fisher receives 
prize for Plato. Below: The 
Queen candidates, the reign- 
ing Queen and the 1968 
Queen's court. 





Coronation ceremonies . . . 




On November 23, 1968, Miss Vicki Coleman was 
crowned as the McKendree Homecoming Queen. 
Miss Coleman is from Percy, 111. and was escorted 
for the evening by Mr. Phil Schwab. The Queen's 
court and escorts are as follows: Far left: Freshman 
Maid Linda Everett and escort Bruce Roper. Far 
Lower left: Senior Queen Candidate Patti Knop and 
escort Glenn Oliphant. Lower left: Sophomore Maid 
Margo Rutledge and escort Greg Snyder. Below: Ju- 
nior Maid Maureen Rawley and escort Terry Florek. 
Below right: Senior Queen Candidate Betsy Doer- 
wald and escort Peter Saineghi. Right: 1967 Home- 
coming Queen Simone Daesch and escort Dave 
Killan. 




McKendreans dine and dance 




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A tea was provided for parents and friends of the college. 



Students caught in the act . . . 




The DMZ adds a new dimension to campus life 




Plato presents Walter Scott . 




Plato was credited with a first when it presented, ex- 
clusive of the Campus Program Board, a concert with 
Walter Scott and the Kommotions. 




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The president hosts faculty and students 




Christmas at McKendree 




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Stu-Co sponsors party for underprivileged 




Snow . . . 




Junior class auction for fun and profit 



Right: Col. Chas. Alcorn auctions off 
"goodies" for the Junior Class. Be- 
low: Derek Hill receives his culinary 
prize. 




Finals bring varied reactions 





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Gabriel appears at McK 




Alexander Gabriel of the U.N. press corps speaks at Mc- 
Kendree. Mr. Gabriel is known for his knowledge of foreign 
affairs and policy. 



Bearcats on NAIA trail to K.C. 




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Lt. Governor Paul Simon, member of McKendree 's Board 
of Trustees, gave the Foimder's Day address. Lt. Gov. Simon 
spoke on the role of the small, liberal arts college in Illinois. 
Founder's Day 1969 was well attended by students, faculty, 
administrators and friends of the college. 




Rest and relaxation 




"Odd Couple" is a smash at McK! 








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The other side of McKendree . . . 




Springtime at McKendree 




Actor Conreid appears at McK 




Hans Conreid, one of the most distinguished and versatile 
actors on the American theatrical scene spoke at McKendree 
dviring Fine Arts month. His presentation included readings from 
the Bible, Shakespeare, Wolfe, Lincoln and Heine. 





April — Fine Arts Month 





Left: Scenes from A WILDE EVENING WITH SHAW featuring Mayo Loiseau 
and Richard Gray. The program was comprised of the plays, essays and 
speeches of Oscar Wilde and Bernard Shaw. Below: Ron Bottcher, a leading 
baritone of the Metropolitan Opera, was also a featured performer diaring 
April. Right: Twenty-two year old Michael Lorimer, a classical guitarist, 
captivates a McKendree audience. Lorimer, a student of Andres Segovia, 
displayed his musical skill with a program of music spanning four centuries. 




Spring Formal 1969 — "The Luau" 




The expressions of John Streb and Judy Herrin are indicative of all who attended "The Luau" sponsored by the Juniors. 



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Student Congress campaign trail 




Above: Presidential candidate Jay Hodges stresses a point during the 
Forum. Above right: A large crowd turned out for the "meet-your- 
candidates" Forum sponsored by Student Congress. Right: Pres. Elect 
Bob Greene shakes hands with Pres. Jerry Boner while Vice Pres. Elect 
Phil Schwab and Reps.-at-Large Smoltz, Herrin, Howie and Moore look 
on. Below: Junior class Reps. Westlund and Hogan and Senior John 
Streb discuss plans for the coming year. 





McKendree hosts parents 




McKendree College Parents Weekend 1969 was very well 
attended this spring. The parents were treated to shows of 
McKendree student abilities as well as to a concert by the 
"Time Square Two." 





PHI LAMBDA SIGMA WINS . . . 




Above: The marathon runners about to "keck" off Greek Week 1969. Below left: Philo's Derek Hill poses before running his "leg" of 
the marathon. Below right: Ferox's Dave Rose hands off to Dean Schmalenberger who ran the final "leg" of the relay. 





Friday evening independents as well as "Greeks" were treated to a "grecian banquet" and a skit show. Above right: Clio's fantastic half-dozen 
charge up the aisle. Below: Scenes from "the party" at the Ferox Laugh-In. 




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Homer Park. 




Ferox's Dave Hampleman takes a breather after the sprints. Below: Adelphi's 
Dennis Swick wins the hundred yard dash. 




Greek God, Steve Keene and Goddess, Cindy Upchurch were 
crowned at the dance Saturday evening. Below: Ferox's Jay 
Hodges as Dean Schmalenberger. 





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Above: Adelphi's Chip Murray "spashes down" during the Mud Jump competition. 

Below: A broken rope meant sprawling bodies Saturday morning at the Ferox-Philo tug-of-war 



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Dr. Rackham becomes McKendree's 28th President 





Left: Dr. Rackham receives the presidential medallion 
from Board President Milburn Akers. Top: Burnell 
Heinecke receives the Akers Alumni award from Leon 
Church. Marcella "Mom" Keck (above) and Ivy Votrain 
(below) retired after many years of service to McKen- 
dree. They are seen here receiving gifts from Mr. 
Snead. 




Commencement 1969 




Above: Educator Lindley Joseph Stiles, the Inaugural speaker. 
Below: The class of 1969 advances and is recognized. Right: Dr. 
Robert I. White, the commencement speaker, President of Kent 
State University, Kent, Ohio. 







Dr. lindley Stiles and Dr. Robert White both received Honorary Doctor of Laws degrees, (above) Dr. Uniuh is shown placing the 
hood on Dr. Stiles, (left) Mr. Akers placed the hood on Dr. White, shown here receiving his degree from President Rackham. 
(right) Below left: Dr. Rice places the hood on Dr. David Trueblood, the Baccalaureate speaker. Dr. Trueblood received the honor- 
ary degree of Doctor of Letters. Below right: Miss Barb North receives her degree from E)r. Rackham. 




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Record: 19--6 




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OPP 


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Westminster 


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112 


Midwestern 


92 


88 


S.I.U. — Edw'ville 


71 


75 


S.E. Mo. State 


71 


114 


Olivet 


89 


100 


Mrris 


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E%eka 


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Harris 


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101 


Sti Benedict's 


64 


88 


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KNEELING: (left to right) Wayne Loehring, Max Hook, Terry Florek, Steve McFall, Dean Jackson. STANDING: Dave VVilliar 
Steve Laur, Paul Funkhouser, Mike Finley, Dennis Korte, Steve Keene, Ed Belva. 



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NAIA Tournament 1969 



McKendree College, long overlooked as 
a candidate forthe NAIA District 20 tour- 
nament, upset tradition this year by bagging 
the No. 2 berth in this post-season event. 
The Bearcats' inclusion in the tournament 
marlcs its first invitation since becoming an 
independent team in 1963. 

The first game of the tournament saw 
Chicago State fall to McKendree, a game 
played in Lebanon. A spirited team then 
traveled to Millikan University for the 
deciding game of who was to represent 
District 20 in the Kansas City finals. 

Losing the game at Millikan was not an 
easy one, but everyone at McKendree is 
proud of their Bearcats and Coach for hav- 
ing such a fine season. Next year--it will 
be "all the way to K.C." 




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KNEELING: (left to right) Robert Drews, Mgr., John Mule, Nick Passomato, Dennis Korte, Jerry Boner, Bill Foster, Tony Mrisso. STANDING: 
Dave Dutler, Coach, Howard Thomas, Mike Fenton, George Fuiten, Terry Florek, Jim Nail, Dennis Swick, Terry Etling, David Musso. 



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Infielders 




Left to right: Chris Farrell, Dennis Swick, Jim Nail, Terry Etling, Mike Fenton, Dave Musso. 



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Adelphi-Ferox 

Share 
Football Crown 



Adelphi: ROW ONE; (left to right) Mike Kinney, Bill Forbes, John Streb. ROW TWO: Nick 
Passomato, Mike Tribuzzi, Dan Stewart, Stu Mills. ROW THREE: Jack Farrow, Brian Finn, 
Dennis Swick, Gene Keck, Mike Hampton. 




Ferox: ROW ONE: (left to right) Brad Hoyt, Mike Howie, Dave Rose, Mike Fenton, Grey 
Geminn, Glen Sudol. ROW TWO: Jerry Boner, George Fuiten, Greg Snyder, Steve Romack, 
Nick Tropiano, Lee Wright, Perry Martz. ROW THREE: Jerry Zimmerman, Steve Carlson, 
Chris Farrell, Marty Dial, Ken Alepra, Bob Bridges, Bruce Hogan, Mike Przybyl. 





Ferox Captures I.M. Basketball Championship 




KNEELING: (left to right) Bruce Hogan, Nick Tropiano, Steve Carlson, Dave Hamplemon, Mike Fenton, Mike Howie. 
STANDING: Jay Hodges, Greg Snyder, Chris Farrell, Grey Gemmin, Mike Przybyl, George Fuiten, Dave Rose, Brad Hoyt. 




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IM Baseball Title 
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SITTING (left to right): Bill Truty, Dave 
Hampleman, Grey Geminn, Mike Przybyl. 
STANDING: Mike Howie, Steve Romack, Lee 
Wright, Steve Carlson, Jay Wittlich, Dave Rose, 
Brad Hoyt, Bruce Hogan, Greg Snyder. 




MEMBERSHIPS 




Student Congress 




1st ROW: Left to Right; Wieland Roeschman, David Rose, Rick Newbury, Bill Lirely, Jerry Boner, Martha Scully, Craig Moore, John Fen- 
oli, Larry A. Schmalenberger. 2nd ROW: Anna McNeely, Linda Walton, Billye Parker, Vara Best, John McCormack, Mike Howie, Gary 
Gehrs, Valeria Burton, Judy Herrin, Robert Drews, Wesley Berg, Lauren Fowler, Allison Taylor. 3rd ROW: Gary DoUinger, Bruce Hogan, 
Brad Hoyt, Fred Hawker, Tom Sanders, Nick Passomato, Karen Nottrott. 



Executive Council 



Executive Committee 
1st ROW: Left to Right; Bill Lirely, 
Jerry Boner, Martha Skinner. 2nd ROW: 
Rick Newbury, Craig Moore, John 
Fenoli, Dave Rose. 



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1st ROW: Left to Right; Linda Walton, Robert Drews, 
Valeria Burton. 2nd ROW: John Fenoli, Mary Cox, 
Dave Cornelius, Judy Herrin, Jerry Zimmerman. 



Student Welfare 



Academic Council 




1st ROW: Left to Right; Karen Nottrott, John McCormack. 2nd ROW: Rick Newbury, Tom 
Sanders, Wes Berg. 




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Student Congress is the b6dy charged 
witli the responsibility of being, not only the 
voice of tlie students, but the liaison between 
the Student Body and faculty and administra- 
tion. As prescribed by his Constitution, the 
President of Student Congress is to act as 
spokesman for the Congress and the Student 
Body to the Faculty and Administration. 



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Campus Program Board 

Executive Committee Speaker's Committee 




Top to Bottom: Vicki Coleman, Diane George, Margo Rut- 
ledge, Rose Harris, David Wilkey, Lauren Fowler, Sheri 
Smith, Ralph Miller, Cletus Davis. 




1st ROW: Left to Right; Criag Moore, Margaret Lorentzen, Phil Mar- 
cell. 2nd ROW: Chip Murray, Ruth Anderson, John McCormack. 



Films Committee 




Publicity Committee 

Left to Right: John McCormack, Ruth Anderson, Rick Carper 
ter, Rose Harris, David Wilkey. 



SEATED Left to Right: Debbie Upchurch, Peggy 
Garrett, Margaret Lorentzen. STANDING: Cindy 
Upchurch, Rose Harris, Margo Rutledge, Susan 
Towers. 




Names start bottom center and go toward the left: Wesley 
Decker, Jane Templeton, Brain Finn, Melissa Loy, Ken West- 
lund, Steve McFall, Diane George. 




Hospitality Committee 



Recreation Committee 




FRONT: Left to Right; Byron Calvert, Lee Wright, 
Karen Nottrott. 2nd ROW: Beverly Terry, Tom 
Sanders, Ralph Miller. 



Coffee House Committee 





1st ROW: Left to Right; Bob Barron, Neil Caplin, Rick Carpenter. 2nd 
ROW: John McCormack, Don Bogue, Ruth Anderson, Cindy Upchurch, 
Kathy Kenyon, Hayden Davis, Lynn Grove, Richard Sternberg. 3rd ROW: 
Al D'Hautecourt, Paul Hirsch. 



Religious Life Committee 




1st ROW (Kneeling) Left to Right: Margo Rutledge, 
Diane George, Melissa Ley, Anna McNeely, Sally 
Verton, Peg Kuttin. 2nd ROW (Standing) Grey Ge- 
minn, Cindy DeHart, Jane Templeton, Linda Elvers, 
Cindy Upchurch. LADDER (Bottom Left to Top and 
Down Right): Keith Wiig, Wesley Decker, Wieland. 
Roeschmann, Perry Martz, David Wilkey, Jack Hark- 
ins, Al d'Hautecourt. 



The Campus Program Association, a student 
organization, performs several functions at Mc- 
Kendree. The association provides films, rec- 
reation, fine arts, social life, hospitality, re- 
ligious life, public relations, and speaker pro- 
grams throughout the school year for the cam- 
pus community to enjoy. All students have the 
opportunity to be put on one or more of the 
eight committees and have a voice in the na- 
ture of the programs and services provided by 
the association. All matters concerning the as- 
sociation are ruled on by one or more of the 
committees, getting a cross-section of campus 
opinion before any action is taken. The Associa- 
tion is headed by our president who is elected 
in an all campus election by the students. Along 
with the president we have eight committee 
chairman and a staff adviser. 

The Campus Program associa- 
tion is a student organization using 
student funds for activities to ben- 
efit the students. This year at Mc- 
Kendree has been a most success- 
ful one for the association. 



1st ROW: Left to Right; Don Bogue, 
Allison Taylor, Linda Meredith, 
Kathy Kenyon, Paul Meffert, David 
Durham. 2nd ROW: Linda Shawver, 
Sandra Ward. 3rd ROW: John Roth- 
well, Cletus Davis, Rick Newbury, 
Mark Baldwin, Richard Sternberg. 



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Left to Right: Denise Morlan, Jane Templeton, Sandra Ward, Pat 
Knop, Dean Husted, Mary Cox, Karen Nottrott. 






Investment Club 




Left to Right: Jim Etherton, Thomas Bailey, Ralph Miller, Peggy Amett, 
Vincent Drexelius, Howard Rogers, John White. 




1st ROW: Left to Right (Bottom); Martha Scully, Susan Dalton, Gary Dol- 
linger. 2nd ROW: Charlotte Ballance, Rosemarie Maloney, Denise Mor- 
lan, Elizabeth Powell. 3rd ROW: Rita Brutto, Linda Shawver, Linda Mere- 
dith, Delores Hayer. 4th ROW: Teri Kennedy, Betsy Doerwald, Ed Weg- 
ner, Vicki Wegner. 5th ROW: James Drechen, Judy Herrin, Blanche Tib- 
betts. Dr. Marty. 5th ROW: Phil Marcell, John Streb. 



This organization was established by students pre- 
paring to be teachers. Its aims are to develop pro- 
fessional attitudes, to give access to professional 
publications, to acquaint the students with problems 
and techniques in teaching and provide an opportun- 
ity for socialization among those who expect to be- 
come teachers. 



SEA Officers 
Left to Right: Elizabeth 
Powell, Susan Dalton, 
Phil Marcell, Martha 
Scully, Judy Herrin. 






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Sigma Zeta 




Officers (Sigma Zeta) 

Left ro Right: Dave Cornelius, 

Charles Antonelli. 




SITTING, Left to Right: Miss Tusov, Dave Cornelius, Carolyn Dodds. STAND- 
ING: Charles Antonelli, Tom Mottershaw, Dean Siefferman, Jim Vest, Mark 
Helitbrand, Keith Wiig. 



Association of Black Collegiates 



ABC 

1st ROW: Left to Right; 
Martie Gumm, Teresa 
Murphy, Al Johnson, Le- 
Roy Haynes. 2nd ROW: 
Eric Jenkins, Derek Hill, 
Gary Tydus, John Owens, 
Elmer McPherson, Clif- 
ton Wells. 




Psychology Club 




1st ROW: Left to Right; Sally Short, Margaret Lorentzen, Nancy Goh- 
mert, Dan Williams, Kay Buehne, Elizabeth Powell, Susan Knecht. 2nd 
ROW: Mike Selby, Alan Fisher, Robert Clark, Mike Howie, George 
Taylor, Jerry Boner, Ed Wegner, Russ Smitli, Anthony Musso, Charles L. 
Alcorn. 



Psychology Club Officers: 

Left to Right: Kay Buehne, Dan Williams, Nancy 

Gohmert. 



History Club 





Left to Right STANDING: Gary Moergen, 
Don Klienerd, Dan Friz, Blanche Laff, Rick 
Newbury, Rosemarie Maloney, Dave Rose, 
Gary Gehrs, Martha Sciilly, Mark Reich, 
Tom Mottershaw, Jim Hogeveen, Mr. Cole. 
KNEELING: John Kraner, Jerry Meyer. 



Officers Left to Right: Rick 
Newbury, Rosemarie Maloney, 
Dave Rose, Gary Gehrs. 



Women's Society of 
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ROW 1: Left to Right; Linda Rezba, Linda Meredith, Sandy Ward, Linda Shawver, Susan Towers, Mrs. Gray. ROW 2: Marion Zeisset, 
Charlotte Ballance, Denise Morlan, Peggy Amett, Dorothy DeVor. 



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



Officers: Top to Bottom: Linda Shawver, 
Denise Morlan, Marion Zeisset, Peggy 
Arnett. 




Lettermen 




1st ROW: Left to Right; Jim Nail, Bob Wenderoth, Mike Finley, Terry Florek, Steve McFall. 2nd 
ROW: Anthony Musso, Max Hook, Mike Fenton, Chris Farrel, Dean Jackson. 3rd ROW: Paul Funk- 
houser, Chris Farrel. 




Lettermen Officers: Left to Right: Dennis Korte, Mike Finley, 
Paul Funkhouser, Chris Farrel. 

The purpose of the Letterman's Club is to set goals which 
varsity letter winners may attain through club activities. The 
goals for which the club shall work are: (1 ) to establish an 
honor's club; (2) to recognize academic achievement of var- 
sity athletes; (3) to promote a good image of the college 
through good sportsmanship and good appearance at all times; 
(4) to provide a means for varsity athletes to assist in the Mc- 
Kendree sports program and general institutional quality to 
the college and public; (5) to promote the good health habits 
inherent in an efficient sports program; (6) to emphasize the 
moral responsibilities of McKendree athletes by setting an 
example for youth on and off campus. 




McKendree Choir 




1st ROW: Left to Right; Dorothy Devor, Diane George, Melinda Hicks, Sandra Elliott, Peg Garrett, Margaret Lorentzen, 
Anna McNeely, Pat Georg. 2nd ROW: Joy Fauss, Kathy Kenyon, Barbara North, Pat North, Peg Kuttin, Teri Kennedy, Con- 
nie King, Marion Zeisset, Lauren Fowler. 3rd ROW: Michael Tribuzzi, Gary Dollinger, Larry Hauschild, Dave Schreier, 
Steve Hamilton, Allison Taylor, Dave Sherbondy, Fred Habermehl, r)avid McKenzie. 4th ROW: Bruce Roper, Rick New- 
bury, John Rothwell, Derek Hill, Mark Heltibrand, John McCormack, William Smoltz, Ernest Lowery, Jim Kirchner. 






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Chapel Choir 



1st ROW: Left to Right; Dave Sherbondy, Allison Taylor, Peg Garrett, 
Joy Fauss. 2nd ROW: Cletus Davis, Ernest Lowery, Sandra Elliott, 
Dorothy Devor. 3rd ROW: Rick Newbury, Derek I4ill, Gary Dollinger, 
Anna McNeely, Connie King. 4th ROW: Lauren Fowler, Pat Georg. 




Officers: 

1st ROW: Left to Right; Cletus Davis, 
Pat North. 2nd ROW: Sandra Elliott, 
Kathy Kenyon, Connie King, Pat Georg. 



McKendree Review 




Left to Right SITTING: Joe Kyle, Greg Snyder, Dave Rose. STANDING: 
Rich Aubuchon, Jerry Zimmerman, Marge Rutledge, Sharman Hehn, Jim 
Etherton, Rick Newbury. 




Left to Right: 
Joe Kyle, Greg 
Snyder, Dave 
Rose. 



Speech 



Reader's Theater 





Left to Right: Will Roeschmann, Pat North, John McCormack, Rick Carpenter, Bill 
Smoltz, Craig Moore, Kathi Meggs, Barbara North, Joy Fauss, Mr. Thomlison. 



Pi Kappa Delta 



Kathi Meggs, Treasurer; Craig Moore, Secretary; 
Bill Smoltz, Vice President; John McCormack, Presi- 
dent. 




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Pat North, Vice President; Bill Smoltz, President; 
Kathi Meggs, Secretary-Treasurer. 



STANDING, Left to Right: Mr. Thomlison, Rick Carpenter, Bill Smoltz, Dave 
Gross. SEATED: Kathi Meggs, Pat North. 



Organizations 



Debate Club 




FIRST ROW: Mr. Thomlison, David Gross, Helen Stroup, Barbara North, Mel Roberts, Will 
Roeschmaixn. SECOND ROW: Craig Moore, John McCormack, Rick Carpenter, Kathi Meggs. 



FIRST ROW: John McCormack, Vice 
President; Kathi Meggs, Secretary. SEC- 
OND ROW: Rick Carpenter, President; 
Craig Moore, Treasurer. 



FIRST ROW: Kathi 
Meggs, Lauren Fowler, 
Mrs. Welch. SECOND 
ROW: Will Roeschmann, 
Rick Carpenter, Jim 
Etherton, John McCor- 
mack, Bill Smoltz, Mr. 
Thomlison. 



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Kathi Meggs, Vice President; 
Lauren Fowler, President; John 
McCormack, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 



McKendrean Staff 



TOP TO BOTTOM: 
Clete Davis, Robert 
Bridges, Dave Cor- 
nelius, Mr. Carl 
Stockton, Rich Au- 
buchon, Cindy De- 
Hart, Jane Temple- 
ton, Linda Goetz, 
Mary Cox, Sonja 
Funkliouser, Sandra 
Ward, Diane George. 





Photographers; Cliff Dawson and Rich Aubuchon. 







Memories Editors; Linda 
Goetz, Sue Sobol, Jay 
Hodges. 



Organizations Editors; 
Diane George and 
Cindy DeHart. 



Class ixlitors: Sonja Funkhouser, Fresh.; Sandra Ward, Soph.; Clete 
Davis, Jr.; Dave Cornelius, Sr. and Who's Who. 




Typists; Peggy Garrett, Kathie Watson, Margaret Lorent 
zen, LaVerne McCoy. 



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Delta Phi Sigma 




FIRST ROW: Mr. Zamrazil, Gene Keck, Angelo Rizzo, John Pappageorge, Brian DeWoK, Dennis 
Swick. SECOND ROW: Mike Hampton, Dan Stewart, Roger Hodgson, Rick Schutta, Bob Hunter, 
John Stanton, Keith Wiig. THIRD ROW: Mike Johnson, John Streb, Nick Passomato, Brian Finn. 



Adelphi Social- Service Society, commonly 
known as Delta Hii Sigma, is a relatively new 
organization on the McKendree campxis. 
Founded in March of 1966 and chartered in May 
of 1969, Adelphi has worked to become what is 
now one of McKendree 's leading fraternal or- 
ganizations. 

The 1968-69 school year has been an excit- 
ing one for the men of Adelphi. Having a 
widely diverse group of able yotmg men, several 
have sought and achieved prominent positions 
on campus. This same group has contributed 
much to all areas of oiu' college life through 
its donations of time and energy. 





John Streb, Roger Hodgson, Gene Keck, Rick Schutta, 
Brian Finn. 



Alpha Kappa Tau 




KNEELING: Joseph Zalar, Fred Hawker. FIRST ROW: Harry Lilli, James Hogeveen, Dr. Sturm, Tom Mottershaw, Randy 
Schempp. SECOND ROW: Richard Monitto, Marc Reich, James Schulz, Ronald Copeland, Tom Roach, Carl Arkema, Bill 
Marlin, Terry Etling, Richard Eichkorn. THIRD ROW: Richard Nicholas, Dave Schreier, Mark Gentry, Jack Hamlin, Pat 
Myers, Chuck Rudiger, Tom Packard, Michael Cour. 



Alpha Kappa Tau, a recently chartered organization on Mc- 
Kendree's campus, strives to serve the college in every aspect 
possible and to promote a social environment for all. 





Jim Hogeveen, Vice President; Tom Mottershaw, President; Bill Mar- 
lin, Pledge Trainer; Marc Reich, Treasurer. 



Kappa Lambda Iota 




FIRST ROW: Terri Kennedy, Betsy Doerwald, Mary Cox, Joy Fauss, Peggy Gar- 
rett, Bemice Svada. SECOND ROW: Pat Deloney, Carol Craley, Maggie 
Lorentzen, Jackie Svanda, Debbie Upchurch, Barb Bowyer. THIRD ROW: Iris 
Houston, Gaylan Rosenberger, Maureen Rawley, Diane George, Vicki Kennedy. 
FOURTH ROW: Lissa Loy, Sue Sobol, Linda Elvers, Cindy Upchurch, Jane 
Templeton. FIFTH ROW: Anna McNeely, Sally Verton, Ruth Anderson, 
Virginia Brown, Ellen McWard, Margo Rutledge, Vicki Coleman. SIXTH ROW: 
Linda Goetz, Pat North, Peg Kuttin, Margie Tebbe, Sandra Elliott. SEVENTH 
ROW: Jane Misgades, Valerie Moore, Janet Brand, Pat Knop, Barb Neimier. 



The Clionian Literary Society, or "Clio" as it is 
known, is a women's society open by invitation to 
any girl with a 2.00 or better cumulative grade 
point average. 

Clio was founded in 1869 as the first society 
for women on McKendree's campus. As McKendree 
has developed and grown through the years, and 
Clio with it, the Clionians have strived for learning 
as well as college and self-betterment. Through 
the literary, service, and social endeavors of its 
members, Clio has successfully remained one of the 
leading societies on campus. 





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FIRST ROW: Pat Knop, Jackie 
Svanda, Diane George. SECOND 
ROW: Betsy Doerwald, Cindy Up- 
church, Jane Templeton. THIRD 
ROW: Jane Misegades, Mary Cox, 
Peggy Garrett. 



Phi Lambda Sigma 




FRONT ROW: Steve McFall, John Watson, Neil Kaplan, Mike Rutledge, John 
Fenoli. SECOND ROW: Scott McKenzie, Al Johnson, Larry Norvell, Jim Etherton, 
Mark McKenna. THIRD ROW: Cletus Davis, John Owen, Steve Keene, Derek 
Hill. 




The Philosophian Literary Society, the oldest 
literary society west of the Alleghenies, offers 
opportunity for literary, social, and service ad- 
vancement to its members. Philo members 
have excelled in many on and off-campus 
activities. Continuing to grow and improve 
Philo prepares its members for future involve- 
ment in society by participating fully in many 
campus opportunities. 



SEATED: Duane Livingston, Dan Strobo, John 
McCormack. STANDING: Larry Norvell, 
Cletus Davis, Glen Oliphant, John Fenoli. 




Pi Lambda Tau 




FRONT ROW: Dale Berry, John White, Dave Sherbondy, A\ Fisher, Haydn Davis, George Taylor, Skip Merrit, Bill Mel- 
ton. SECOND ROW: Jerry Clark, John Yoon, Dan Esders, Eui Park, Don Burke, Gary Dollinger, Tom Montgomery, Bob 
Smith, Perry Grieme, Dave Hassenflug, Chris Fox, Mr. Pence. THIRD ROW: Glen Coates, Ken Koste. FOURTH ROW: 
Roger Deterding, Tim Smith, Nick Hasakas, Gary Weintz, Jim Drechen, Ed Wegner, Les Scenna, Robert DeAngelis, Doug 
Grimm, Fred Rudy, Bill Donaldson, Terry Schmidt, Mark Davis. 



The Platonian Literary Society which 
was founded in 1849 is one of the oldest 
societies west of the AUeghenies. R 
Lambda Tau was changed to a social soci- 
ety in 1962, and tries to be a progressive 
element in the social and academic life 
of McKendree. 




Dave Sherbondy, Bob 
Smith, Jerry Clark, 
Gary Dollinger. 




Phi Rho Chi 




FIRST ROW "Left to Right"; Bruce Hoggan, Steve Carlson, Dave Rose, Greg Snyder, Marty Dail, Brad Hoyt, George Fuiten. SECOND 
ROW: Perry Martz, Jerry Zimmerman, Glen Sudol, Steve Romack, Nick Tropiano, Mike Howie, Mike Fenton, Craig Alexy, Lee Wright. 
THIRD ROW: Robert Bridges, Jay Hodges, Mike Prysbyl, Grey Geminn, Jerry Boner, Chris Farrel. 




"Left to Right"; Greg Snyder, 
president; Dave Rose, vice 
president; Marty Dial, sec- 
retary; Steve Carlson, Treas- 
urer. 



Ferox was organized on the Mc- 
Kendree Campus in 1963 with the 
spirit of the organization emphasizing 
unity in strength. 

The members have, through co- 
operative efforts, provided many activ- 
ities which benefit the campus and 
fulfill their purpose in promoting so- 
cial, athletic, andservice activities. 



Sigma Kappa Tau 




FIRST ROW: Karen Nottrott, Kay Buehne, Barbara North, Peggy Arnett. SECOND ROW: 
(bottom to top) Delores Hayer, Susan Towers, Marianna Davis, Nancy Svanda, Pat Callo- 
way, Melva Kloth, Linda Resba. THIRD ROW: Marian Zeissett, Denise Morlan, Barb 
Broeckling, Beverly Terry. 




The Sigma Kappa Tau Society was organized as a 
new dimension on the McKendree campus in January of 
1967. Its purpose is to promote sisterhood, service to 
the college and community, and scholastic achievement 
of its members. Through these goals the Society strives 
for a better relationship between the college and the 
community. 




Karen Nottrott, Vice President; Marianna Davis, 
President; Bev Terry, Secretary- Treasurer. 



Inter Society Council 




FIRST ROW: Dean Schmalenberger, Mr. Garcia, Mrs. Snead, Mrs. Husted, Mrs. 
Smith, Mr. Pence, Dr. Sturm. SECOND ROW: Tom Mottershaw, Dan Strobo, 
Larry Norvell, Betsy Doerwald, Pat Knop, Marianna Davis, Liz Powell, Keith Wiig, 
Dave Rose, Greg Snyder, Bob DeAngelis, Dave Sherbondy. 




The Inter Society Council, with 
representatives from each campus so- 
ciety, coordinates and assists the 
societies in their activities. This year 
the ISC successfully sponsored a Battle 
of the Bands and a Greek week and 
through many other efforts has effec- 
tively achieved a respected position on 
campus. 



Dave Rose, Pat Knop, 
Dean Schmalenberger, 
Greg Snyder, Dan 
Strobo. 




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ERIC RACKHAM, M. A., Ph.D. 
President 






J. STUART MILIRON, M.S., Ed.D. 
Vice President, Development 



EMERIAL OWEN, Ed.M., Ph.D. 
Academic Dean 




LARRY SCHMALENBERGER, M.S. 
Dean of Students 





GRACE HUSTED, M.A. 
Dean of Women 




DAVID DURHAM, Th.M. 
Chaplain 



DONALD BOGUE, B.A. 
Assistant Chaplain 




IT RIDERS HALL 



VERNON SNEAD, M.S. (Ed.) 
Business Manager 






FRED ROBINSON, B.A. 
Assistant Business Manager 








WARREN BARTY, B.A. 
Admissions Officer 



GEORGE PENCE, M.A. 
Director of Admissions 





JAMES MANEKE, B.A. 
Admissions Officer 



VICTOR KAPETONOVIC, B.A. 
Admissions Officer 




mMN GROVE, B.A., M.A. 
Head Librarian 



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Rc:;istrar 





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BOBBIE BRYANT, R.N. 
School Nurse 





JOE BONER 
Superintendent of 
Buildings and Grounds 



RUTHELLEN PEGG 
Director 
Communications Center 



MAINTENANCE: 

E. Schill, J. Fischer, T. Dawson, 

B. Harmon, C. Kline, B. Stewart 




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DONELDA JACOLICK, M.S. 
Director of Food Services 



SNACK BAR STAFF: 

T. Vorus, O. Haeuber, M. Mandely . 




COOKS: 

G. Nailing I. Trame 
R. Brown, D. Nunn, 
F. Burns, M. Webster, 
E. Boone, M. Iberg.. 



LIBRARY CLERKS: 

Margaret Packard, Mary Berguist, Evelyn 

Cummins. 




OFFICE PERSONNEL: 

Erma Murphy, Doris Weber, Gail Reno, Virginia 

Pepper, Lena Graham, Audrey Schiefer. 



SECRETARIES: 

FRONT ROW: Cheryl MacMinn, Alma Weik, Nancy Snead. MIDDLE ROW: Chris 
Becker, Doris Wolfslau, Bonnie Robinson. BACK ROW: Mary Booth, Betty White, 
Lorraine Brownfield. 




Men's Residence Staff 




FRONT ROW: Bob Stankus, HR Walton; 
Bob Wenderoth, HR Walton; Ralph Miller, 
RA Walton; Dave Cornelius, RA Walton. 
BACK ROW: Tom Sanders, HR Baker; Dave 
Bailey, HR Carnegie; Mike Howie, RA 
Baker; Bruce Hogan, RA Carnegie; Steve 
Carlson, RA Baker. 



Women's Residence Staff 



Karen Nottrott, HR Clark; Lauren Fowler, RA 
Clark; Cindy Upchurch, RA Barnett; Liz Powell, 
RA Barnett; Dee Hayer, RA Barnett. 





The Division of 

SOCIAL STUDIES 



ROLAND RICE, S.T.B., Ph.D. 

Division Chairman 

Professor, Philosophy of Religion 





OTHA CLARK, B.D., Ph.D. 
Professor, History 



DWAYNE COLE, M.A. 
Assistant Professor, History 



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ROBERT BROWN, M.A. 
Assistant Professor, Sociology 





* CARL STOCKTON, B.S., S.T. 

" Instructor, History 



RALPH SCHARNAU, M.A. 
Assistant Professor, History 





CARROL LEAS, M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor, 
Business Administration 



HOWARD L. ROGERS, M.A. 

Assistant Professor, 

Economics and Political Science 



ELDON DITTEMORE, M.S. 
Assistant Professor, 
Economics and Business 





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Division of 



LANGUAGES 

AND 
LITERATURE 




GRACE WELCH, M.S. 
Instructor, English 





HAROLD HUGH, M.S. (Ed. 
Lecturer, Spanish 




.MARINO GARCIA, M.A. 
Instructor, Spanish 



JAMES ZAMRAZIL, JR., M.A. 
Instructor, German 




FT'.ANCE DIXON 

'I'l'tor, French .mJ German 




The Division of 



FINE ARTS 



GLENN FREINER, M.M. 
Division Chairman 
Associate Professor, Music 




WILLIAM HODGE, M.F.A. 
Associate Professor, Art 






STEPHANIE OWEN, M.M. 

Assistant Professor, Music and Piano 



Division ot 



SCIENCE AND 
MATHEMATICS 




MYRON REESE, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor, Chemistry 



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ROBERT VAN DAN ELZEN, M.S. 
Instructor, Mathematics 





DIRECTOR OF 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

ROY STURM, St.B., M.A. , Ph.D. 
Professor 



The Division of 



TEACHER PREPARATION 



RALPH MARTY, M.S., Ed.D. 
Division Chairman 
Professor, Education 




CURTIS L. TRAINER, M.S., Ed.D. 
Associate Professor, Education 





BLANCHE TIBBETTS, M.S. 
Assistant Professor, Education 




CHARLES ALCORN, M.A. 
Associate Professor, 
Psychology 




HARRY M. STATHAM, M.S. 
Coach, Physical Education 



KATHERINE KIRTS, M.A. 'J 

Instructor, Physical Education 





DAVID DUTLER, M.A. 

Instructor, 

Physical Education 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




FIRST ROW: Paul Sims, Rayburn Fox, Eric Rackham, Milbum Akers, Charles Daily, W. P. Mautz, Harold Hanser, George 
Hand, Jack Travelstead. SECOND ROW: Robert Krause, Bill> Hahs, Mrs. Ralph Hill, David Hardy, Robert Wliite, Mrs. 
Homer Luttrell, Ernest Britton, Donald Lowe. THIRD ROW: Adolph Unruh, Robert Woodward, Donald Wilson, Ernest Kar- 
andjeff, Max Goldenberg, Walt Ackermann, Charles Richards, Joseph Lowery, Ed Bott, Ira Thetford. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




Paul Sims, Charles Daily, Milburn Akers (Chra. ), W. P. 
Mautz, Eric Rackham, George Hand, Jack Travelstead, 
Rayburn Fox. 



Milburn Akers, Eric Rackham. 



Who's Who 



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

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

The qualities considered in prospective nominees are 
those suggested by the editors of Who's Who Among Students 
in American Colleges and Universities: the student's excel- 
lence and sincerity in scholarship; his leadership and partici- 
pation in extracurricular and academic activities; his citi- 
zenship and service to the school; and his promise of future 
usefulness to business and society. 



Senior Class Officers 





Karen Nottrott, Secretary; Marianna 
Davis, Treasurer: Robert Bridges, 
Vice-Pres.; Sam Habermehl, Presi- 
dent. 




Charles Antonelli 
Christopher, Illinois 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Philosophy 






Peggy Arnett 
Texico, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor; Economics 



Vicki Coleman 

Percy, Illinois 

Clio 

Student Conduct Committee 

President's Advisory Committee 

Campus Program Board President 

Cheerleader 

Inter-Society Council 




Judy Bcasley 

Caseyville, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Psychology 




Robert Bridges 

Chicago, Illinois 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Physical Education 



Sandra Brock 
West Frankfort, Illinois 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Sociology 





Neil Caplin 

N. Valley Stream, L.I., New York 

Major: Fine Arts 

Minor: Education 



Vicki Lynn Coleman 
Percy, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Physical Education 



Patti Knop 

Clio President 

1968 Homecoming Queen Candidate 

Inter-Society Council 

Films Committee 

Women's Judicial Board 





David Wayne Cornelius 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Major: Biology 

Minor; Chemistry- -Psychology 




Mary Cox 
East Alton, Illinois 
Major; Sociology 
Minor: Art 





Steven Crews 
Fairfield, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: History 



Susan Dalton 
CoUinsville, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: History 



David Homer Wilkey 

Student Congress 

McKendree Crown Investment League 

Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity 

Calendar Committee 

Campus Program Board 

Homecoming Parade Chairman 1968 




Carolyn Dodds 
St. Louis, Missouri 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Sociology 





Betsy Doerwald 

Newton, New Jersey 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Sociology 



Gary Dollinger 

Troy, Illinois 

Major: Piano 

Minor: Voice --Education 






Jerry Boner 

Student Congress President 

Psychology Club 

Varsity Baseball 

Lettermen's Club President 

Resident Assistant 

Ferox 

1966 Louis E. Vesley Memorial Scholar 

Dean's List 



Vincent Drexelius 
Edwardsville, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Psychology 



Daniel Truman Esders 
Olney, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: History 




James William Etherton 
Carbondale, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Speech 






Robert Michael Finley 
Peru, Indiana 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: English 



Alan Fisher 
Springfield, Illinois 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Biology 



Terry Lee Florek 
East St. Louis, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Economics 






George Fuiten 

Virden, Illinois 

Major: English 

Minor: Physical Education 



Charles Fulkerson 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Social Studies 
Minor: Sociology 



David Killam 

Adelphi Vice-President and Treasurer 

Student Congress 

Varsity Baseball 

Intermurals 




Car}' Lee Gehrs 
Carlyle. Illinois 
Major: History 
Minor: Sociology 




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Grey Geminn 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Sociology 



Elizabeth Doerwald 

Clio 

Dean's List 

1968 Homecoming Queen Candidate 

Barnett Hall (Vice-President) 

Inter-Society Council 

Student Education Association 

Cheerleader 

Women's Intermurals 




Gerald Gaa 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Economics 



Ronald Gregory 
Sauget, Illinois 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Psychology 




Douglas Philip Grimm 
Collinsville, Illinois 
Major: History 
Minor: Psychology 



Fred Robert Habermehl 
Dupo, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Sociology 





Barbara North 

Stage Grafters 

Alphi Psi Omega 

Debate Glub 

Grandy Scholar 

Charter President, Sigma Kappa Tau 

Student Gongress 

Spanish Glub 



Mark Heltibrand 
Sullivan, Missouri 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Math 



Jay Edward Hodges 

Girard, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 

Minor: History Gore 




Richard Houghland 
Pinckneyville, Illinois 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics 






Wendell Johnson 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Business 



John Fenoli 

Philo Corresponding Secretary 

Student Congress Welfare Committee Chairman 

Campus Program Board Planning Committee 

Ad Hoc Faculty-Student Chapel Committee 

Student Congress Church-School Relationship Committee 




Herbert Alan Kaiserman 
Springfield, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Psychology 





Terl Kennedy 

Cahokia, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Sociology 



David Wendell Killan 
Hartford, Illinois 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Business 






Susan VjnDanElzen Knecht 
Collinsville , Illinois 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Biology 



Patricia Knop 
Campbell Hill, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Physical Education 



Joseph Kyle 

Decatur, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 

Minor: History Core 




Rosemarie Maloney 
Dahlgren, Illinois 
Major: History 
Minor: Mathematics 



Frances Layfield 

Troy, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: English 



Sandra Kay Hampton 
Student Congress 
Dean's List 

Homecoming Attendant 
Clio, Past Secretary 








Steve McFall 
Collinsville, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Speech 





Kathi Meggs 
Freeburg, Illinois 
Major: Speech 
Minor: Business 



Mary Ann Miller 
Centralia, Illinois 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 





Ralph Miller 
Normal. Illinois 
Major: Business. 
Minor: Economics 



Gary Moergen 

Belleville, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 

Minor: History Core 

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Denise Elizabeth Morlan 

Mt. Vernon, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 

Minor: History Core 



George Morris 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Biology 
Minor: History 





James Nail 
O'Fallon, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Biology 



Mohamad Nazem 
Nishabour, Meshed, Iran 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics 



George Fuiten 

Ferox Past President and Vice-President 

Inter-Society Council Chairman 

Lettermen's Club Vice-President 

Baseball 

Intramurals 

Student Conduct Committee 

Sigma Tau Delta 

Ad Hoc Committee on Student Rights 

Dean's List 

Best Dressed Man on Campus 







Barbara Niemeier 

Tallula, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Psychology 



Gerald Nixon 
Divernon, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Psychology 



Barbara Ellen North 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: Speech 
Minor: Psychology 





Karen Nottrott 

Dupe. Illinois 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Psychology 




Glenn Roland Oliphant 
West Caldwell, New Jersey 
Major: Business 
Minor: Economics 





Gary Gehrs 

History Club 

Historian Reporter 

Student Congress 

Faculty Committee on Student Life 



George Hugh Poston 
Wood River, Illinois 
Major: Science Divisional 
Minor: Chemistry Core 




Elizabeth Ann Powell 
Springfield, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Psychology 




Stephen Romack 
Decatur, Illinois 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Economics 



David Joseph Rose 
Canton, Ohio 
Major: History 
Minor: Sociology 





Roger Warren Russell 

Granite City, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 

Minor: Sociology Core 



Thomas Sanders 

Toledo, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 

Minor: Sociology Core 




Martha Inez Scully 
Springfield, Ohio 
Major: Speech 
Minor: History 



Barbara Smith 

Danville, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 

Minor: Sociology Core 





Robert Smith 
St. Louis, Missouri 
Major: Business 
Minor: Speech 





Russell Duane Smith 
Ashland. Illinois 
Major; Philosophy 
Minor: Psychology 



William James Smoltz 
Colorado Spring, Colorado 
Major: Speech 
Minor: Art 




Gregory Snyder 
Calumet City, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Economics 




Robert Peter Stankus 
St. Louis, Missouri 
Major: Business 
Minor: Economics 





Susan Towers 

Belleville, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Art 



Joyce Tracy 
Granite City, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Psychology 




Nicholas Tropiano 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Major: Business 
Minor: Psychology 





Roberta O'Hear Trotter 
Charleston, South Carolina 
Major: Art 
Minor: Psychology 




Marianna Davis Tucci 
New Baden, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: History 



James Vest 
O'Fallon, Illinois 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 





Edward William Wegner 
Lombard, Illinois 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Biology 



Keith Wiig 
Lincolnwood, Illinois 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Business 




David Homer Wilkey 
Nashville. Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Economics 




Dan Williams 
Venice , Illinois 
Major: Philosophy 
Minor: Psychology 





Marion Zeisset 
Edwardsville, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Music 



Jerry Zimmerman 
Schenectady, New ^'ork 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Economics 




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Class of 1970 





Lou Anders 


Richard Aubuchon 


Wesley Berg 


David Bergin 


Robert Bower 


Dutah, 111. 


East St. Louis. 111. 


Chicago, 111. 


Decatur, 111. 


llliopolis, 111. 




Cletus Davis 
Okawville, 111. 




Mark Davis 
Robinson, 111. 




William Forbes 
Alexander, 111. 



Lauren Fowler 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Paul Funkhouser 
Mt. Vernon, 111. 



Sonja Funkhouser Lawrence Geng 

Belleville, III. Chicago, 111. 




Linda Gohmert 
Lebanon, 111. 



David Gross 
St. Jacob, III. 



James Hagemann Thomas Halloran 

Lebanon, 111. Wood River, 111. 



Stephen Hamilton 
Lebanon, 111. 




Paul Havenar 
Lisle, 111. 



Larry Hopkins 
Patoka. 111. 



Lester Jackson 
Lebanon. 111. 



Stephen Keene 
Lewistown, 111. 



Dennis Korte 
Lebanon, 111. 



Lee Ladinsky 
Creve Coeur, Mo. 




William Lirely 
Marion, 111. 



Duane Livingston 
Decatur, 111. 



Stephen McClure 
Flat Rock, 111. 



John McCormack 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Robert McKinley 
Bridgeport, 111. 




Larry Mooney 
Dix, 111. 



Anthony Musso 
Belleville, 111. 




Maureen Rawley 
East St. Louis, 111. 



Linda Rezba 
Sparta, 111. 



Dereatha Rhoades 
Sullivan, 111. 



James Richardson 
Pontiac, 111. 



Wieland Roeschmann 
Middleville, N.J. 




Michael Rutledge 
Arthur, 111. 



Peter Saineghi 
Christopher, 111. 



Floyd Schutta 
Orchard Park, N.Y, 



Philip Schwab 
Litchfield, 111. 



Linda Shawver 
Lewistown, 111. 





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David Sherbondy Robert Shook Robert Siefferman 

Cleveland Heights, O. Mascoutah, 111. Troy, 111. 



Rick Stahl 
Smithton, 111. 



Audrey Steinkamp 
Okawville, 111. 




David Stepp John Streb 

East Carondelet, 111. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 



Helen Stroup 
Carbondale, 111. 



Jacqueline Svanda 
Steele ville, 111. 



Nancy Svanda 
Sparta, 111. 




George Taylor 
Alton, 111. 



Marjorie Tebbe 
Highland, 111. 



Jane Templeton 
Pinckneyville, 111. 



Beverly Terry 
Venice, 111. 



William Truty 
Ottawa, 111. 




Vicki Wegner 
Lebanon, 111. 



Robert Wenderoth 
Milford, Ohio 



John White 
Decatur, 111. 



David Williams 
Mt. Olive, 111. 



Lee Wright 
Girard, 111. 



Class of 1971 





Thomas Bailey 
Knoxville, 111. 



Mark Baldwin 
Pana, 111. 



George Baver 
PennsbuTg, Pa. 



Robert Bennett 
Birmingham, Mich. 



R. Dale Berry 
Albion, 111. 




Vara L. Best 
Livingston, 111. 



Barbara Bowyer 
West Frankfort, 111. 



Stephen Carlson 
Galesburg, 111. 



Don Clinard 
Butler, 111. 



Carol Craley 
Brookhaven, Pa. 




Deborah Dodds 
Clayton, Mo. 



Linda Elvers 
Gillespie, 111. 



Donna Emerick 
Wood River, HI. 




Terry Etling 
Mascoutah, 111. 



Joy Fauss S. Michael Fenton Peggy Garrett S. Diane George 

Belleville, 111. Gillespie, 111. St. Louis, Mo. Carbondale, 111. 




Sally Gillespey 
Collinsville, III. 



Linda Goetz 
Fairview Park, O. 



Robert Greene 
Mt. Vernon. III. 



David Hassenflug 
St. Georges, Bermuda 



LeRoy Haynes 
Bronx, N.Y. 




R. Bruce Hogan 
Pleasant Plains, 111. 



Michael Howie 
Chester, 111. 




Bradley Hoyt 
Mt. Prospect, 111. 



Laura Jensen 
Granite City, 111. 



Kathleen Kenyon 
El Paso, 111. 



James Kirchner 
Springfield, 111. 



Blanche Laff 
Yonkers, N.Y. 




Leslie Lieberstein 
Palos Park, 111. 



Kimberly Littell 
Park Ridge, 111. 



(.iloria Mannz 
Troy. 111. 



Warren McCollom 
White Hall. 111. 



Scott McKenzie 
Decatur, 111. 



Ellen McWard 
Taylorville, 111. 



Paul Meffert 
Highland, 111. 




Julia Misegades 
East St. Louis, 111. 



Thomas Montgomery 
Rosemont, Pa. 



Valerie Moore 
St. Louis, Mo. 



David Mueller 
Chester, 111. 



Karen Mueller 
Wilmette, 111. 




George Myers 
Wolf Lake, 111. 



Lester Nalevac 
Bellwood, 111. 



Deborah Nevois 
Collinsville , 111. 



Margaret Osterhage 
Waterloo, 111. 



Billye Parker 
Fairfield, 111. 




Michaeline Ricchiardi Gaylan Rosenberger 

Gillespie, 111. Jacksonville, 111. 



John Rothwell 
Galveston, Ind. 



James Schulz 
New Athens, 111. 



Sally Short 
Salem, 111. 



Suzanne Sobol 
Lebanon, 111. 



Dan Stewart 
Robinson, 111. 



Bernice Svanda 
Steeleville. 111. 



Mary Beth Tompkins 
Leroy, 111. 



Cynthia Upchurch 
Dupo, III. 




Debbie Upchiuch 
Cahokia, 111. 



Sally Verton 
Gillespie, 111. 



Sandra Ward 
Newton, 111. 



John Watson 
Pensacola, Fla. 



Kenneth Westlund 
Rockford, 111. 







Phil Ambers 
Collinsville, 111. 



Ruth Anderson 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Robert Barron 
Cinnamlnson, N.J. 



Edward Belva 
McLeansboro, 111. 




Kathleen Berg 
Newport, N.Y. 



Janet Brand 
Piscataway, N.J. 



Margaret Branson 
Mattoon, 111. 



Donald Burke 
Kankakee, 111. 



Valeria Burton 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Jack Clark 


Paula Covey 


Smith Cruit 


Hayden Davis 


Linda Everett 


Columbia, 111. 


Springfield, 111. 


Dalton City, 111. 


Springfield, 111. 


Jacksonville, 111, 




Ruth Finney 
Virden, 111. 



Chris Fox 
Godfrey, 111. 



Rita Fryman 
Mattoon, 111. 



James German 
Cottage Hills, 111. 



Perry Grieme 
Elkhart, 111. 




John Harkins 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 



Richard Hartnett 
Lackawanna, N.Y, 



Larry Hauschild 
Gillespie, 111. 



Milinda Hicks 
Pinckneyville, 111. 



Derek Hill 
Cairo, 111. 




John Hinman 
Mound City, 111. 



Loren Hoffman 
Sparta, 111. 



Iris Houston 
Cleveland, O. 



Connie King 
Lebanon, 111. 



Melva Kloth 
Sparta, 111. 



Peggy Kuttin 
New Douglas, 111. 



Steven Lam- 
Bridgeport, 111. 



Alice Lingafelter 
Hutsonville. III. 



Wayne Loehring 
Summerfield, 111. 



Rhonda Lurtz 
O'Fallon, 111. 




Mark McKenna 


G. David McKenzie 


Anna McNeely 


Bill Melton 


Joyce Mille 


Mystic, Conn. 


Vienna, 111. 


Tower Hill, 111. 


West York, 111. 


Anna, 111. 




David Moe 
Dacca, Pakistan 



Phil Morgan 
Metropolis, 111. 



Thomas Mueller 
Highwood, III. 



John Mule 
Trenton, N.J. 



Theresa Murphy 
Chicago, 111. 




David Musso 
Belleville, 111. 



Pat North 
Lebanon, 111. 



Gary Norvich 
Madison, 111. 



Jerrold Olmstead 
Toledo, 111. 



Juvata Orr 
Jonesboro, 111. 



Suzanne Phillips 
Collinsville, 111. 



Gary Plum 
St. Elmo, 111. 



Michael Przybyl 
Syracuse, N.Y. 



Bruce Roper 
Girard, 111. 



James Sanders 
Toledo, 111. 




Les Scenna 
Bridgeville, Pa. 



Cheryl Shaw 
Bondville, 111. 



Martha Skinner 
Ina, 111. 



Tim Smith 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Gary Stanko 
Staunton, 111. 




Robert Steinman 
Decatur, 111. 



Glen Sudol 
Paasaic, N.J. 



Allison Taylor 
Marion, 111. 



Michael Tribuzzi 
Buffao, N.Y. 



Junichi Tsuji 
Akita City, Japan 




Linda Walton 
Vandalia, 111. 



Gary Weintz 
Christopher, 111. 



Clifton Wells Sharon ^"annotti 

East St. Louis, 111. Lebanon, 111. 




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Dedication 



Kenneth Charles Frazer , son of Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Frazer, was born September 16, 1945 in Chester, Illinois. In his elementary and secondary 
years of schooling. Ken participated in cross country. Little League and as a class officer. Within his community, Ken was active in Church league 
and Boy Scouts where he achieved one of scouting's most admirable awards, that of Eagle Scout. 

Upon coming to McKendree, Ken, known to many as "The Fraz", made of himself a student, a diplomat, a brother, a participant in many organ- 
izations and most of all a man; a man who shaU remain in the hearts of those who knew and loved him. 

Ken was a sociology major and a psychology minor. He served as President and Treasurer of Phi Rho Chi, was a member of the Student Conduct 
Committee for two years, and was President of his sophomore class. As an athlete, Ken was a master at the game of tennis which he loved to play. 
He was also a member of The Letterman's Club. In service to his school, Ken represented McKendree College at two model United Nations As- 
semblies. 

Mr. Robert Brown, Professor of Sociology, spoke of Ken as a man of "fairness and integrity whose zest and enthusiasm were an inspiration to us 
all". Ken gave his life for God and Country in Viet Nam, Sept. 19, 1968. 

It is with this thought in mind that we, the staff of the 1969 McKendrean, dedicate this book of memories to Kenneth Charles Frazer whose 
memory will dwell within the hearts of many forever. 





Kenneth C. Frazer 





The 1968-69 school year went by fast, but many things happened and many things will be remembered New friends 
were made old acquaintances renewed and all of us added another year to our lives within a community which will come to 

'' It"ifh^P Art"ma°n;^irh:v:'fo^d a turning point in their lives while at McKendree this year in many or maybe just 
one a^ect of his or her life. If this be the case then let us be grateful for we are all very fortunate to be part of such a won- 
deraU country that provides us with the opportunities such as we have. u^i, ;,.,, ,„.i,=H c^ 

One day soon everyone will reach the year of commencement and will be ready to go out and use what he has worked so 

'"cornf ou;"nt^Jhero°w'f:d using all the knowledge acquired in school will be of no use at all if one cannot enjoy hi. 
society Ld its people. Living together and enjoying life will be the blessing of anyone's life that will warm his heart and 
fulfill his emptiness when he senses defeat or struggle. ,, . • u i,- i, ^1,=,, ^M f^,- 

In closing the year, I would like to personally thank every member of my staff for the excellent job which they did for 
their fine cooperation and patience through two semesters. You were all extremely helpful and I enjoyed working with each 

and^ever>'one^o^f ^^^^^^^.^^ ^^^.^^^^ j ^^^^ ^^ ^.^ ^^^ best of luck for your success in the years to come. May you always 

hold fond memories of your years at McKendree. 

Robert Bridges 
Editor 



'Success depends upon backbone, not wishbone'' 






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