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1977 
McKendrean 

McKendree College 
Lebanon, Illinois 62254 





Table Of Contents 



Introduction 

Activities 

And Organization 

Sports 

Academics 

Students 

Faculty 

And Staff 

Index 



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Ah, ol' McKendree . . . 150 
years old! And what a journey 
you've traveled! 

Yes, there were some older 
than you. Augusta College in Ken- 
tucky and Madison College in Penn- 
sylvania but you have managed to 
outlive them all. What is the secret 
to such a good life? 

Tell us — have you some favor- 
ite sons? What of Peter Cartwright, 
that boisterous circuit rider who 
had so much to say in founding you. 

Or perhaps one of the early 
Methodist settlers who established 
the Lebanon Seminary in 1828. 

And then there was Samuel 
Deneen, a graduate who became 
governor of Illinois and a United 
States Senator. 



Ol' McKendree 



Yes, and John Locke Scripp, an 
1843 alum, who became a very 
noted newspaper editor, or 

General Wesley Merritt, a for- 
mer student who was appointed 
superintendent of the United States 
Military Academy. 

What's that you say . . . 
they're all your pride and joy? I 
understand. 

You've changed so much through 
the years McKendree. Before the 
Civil War there stood a lone wood 
structure on your campus. Now 
look at you, some of the most beau- 
tiful Georgian architecture to be 
found anywhere in the Midwest. 




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Rev. DANIEL W. PHILLIPS, A. M. 

Prof, of Mental and Mora! Selena 

SAMUEL H DENEEN, A. M Pii 

Prof of Latin Language &' Literature & 1 

Rev. WM. F SWAHLEN, A. M. Pi 

Profs of Greek Language <fc Literature Jc ( 

Rev. JOSEPH HARRIS, A. M 

Professor of Mathematics and Astrom 

LUCY J. RIDER, 

Prof, of Phi/si cs <f- Natural Science 



Prof, of English Language and Literc 

Hon. HENRY II. HORNER, A. j 
Prof, of Civil and Common Law. 

Jt Sv^-W- . WHITTLESEY, A '. M. 

Prof of Book-keeping. Penmanship &TeU 

GEORGE II. FAREWELL, 

Prof, of Vocal A Instrumental Music, 
of Conservatory of Music. 

IDA M. MILLER, B. M. & M. ] 

<*_/> Teacher of Vocil Music ami Elocui 



Mrs. Susan Chamberlin 




What A Journey You've Made 



These buildings are telltale 
signs of your age. Why, Old Main 
was built in 1850 and Bothwell 
Chapel in 1858. That bell we hear 
ringing? You say it is the oldest in 
the United States, cast in the 
eighth century Spain. 

And the Old Science Hall, once 
a one -story building, was the ori- 
ginal home of the McKendree Athle- 
teon Association. 

And how you tried to hide your 
age by constructing those modern 
dormitories and that beautiful li- 
brary. Only to keep your students 
comfortable. 

But think back just a moment, 
McKendree, what is it you cherish 
most in 150 years. 



You must be proud of the 117th 
Civil War Regiment. That band of 
soldiers carried your name as far 
south as Vicksburg and marched 
over 2307 miles, traveled 1691 by 
water and 778 by rail. They re- 
membered you when they returned. 
That double row of trees extending 
south on the front campus*was 
planted by the 117th. 

You must have been a sports 
enthusiast. I would venture to say 
that few people today even are 
aware that you fielded excellent 
football teams in the early 1900's. 
From 1892 until 1951 the Bearcats 
were well known on the gridiron. 
Jolly old Cameron Harmon, what a 
tackle he was ! 



DEPARTMENTS. 

CLASSICAL, 
SCIENTIFIC, 




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PREPARATORY, 
COMMERCIAL, 

NORMAL, 

THEOLOGICAL. 
LAW, 

FINE ARTS, 

And MUSIC CONSERVATORY. 




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But tell us your secret McKen- 
dree. How have you managed to 
survive through the Great Depres- 
sion, through the hardships of two 
World Wars and the student unrest 
of the 1970 's? 

Private Colleges just don't sur- 
vive on merit along. 

Alumni and don . . . donors 
you say? People like Rebecca Fore- 
man, Marion Bothwell, Clarence 
Holman, Benjamin Hypes and Edna 
Throgmorton? 

What a pity their names aren't 
found alongside the Cartwrights, 
Deneens and Chamberlins ! 

Well thank you McKendree. It's 
been a very interest chat. See you 
on your 200th. 





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Organization 
and 

Activities 




1. Piano recital in 
the Chapel 

2. Spectators at a 
home soccer game 

3. Contestants at The 
Halloween Dance 
in Upper Deneen 

4. In the past, as 
now. The Southern 
Illinois Methodist 
Conference used 
McKendree's cam- 
pus. Members of 
the Epworth League 
relax during a 
summer session in 
the 1920's 

5. The Epworth League 
enjoys some spare 
time during ano- 
ther summer ses- 
sion in the '20's 

6. The 1930 May 
Fete Queen and 
court. This was 

an annual celebra- 
tion. Plays and 
dancing around the 
maypole were part 
of this custom that 
continued until the 
1960's. Grace 
Welch, who retired 
as a professor emi- 
ritus in 1976, was 
the Maid of Honor 
at this event, and 
is the third person 
from the left sitting 
down. 

7. Melanie Feazel is 
crowned homecom- 
ing queen by retir- 
ing queen, Kay 
Helfrich 

8. Fall registration 

9. Bev Beck entered the 
the ice cream eat- 
ing contest during 
homecoming week 



Homecoming 



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Social Event Of The Fall Season 




November 1-6 

Monday. . . 
Court elections 
"Gong Show" 

Tuesday. . . 

Student Government Day 
Movietime. . . "Blazing Saddles" 

Wednesday. . . 

Guitarist. . . Eliot Goldberg 

Ice cream social 

Ice cream eating contest 

Thursday. . . 
Homecoming Buffet. Guests of honor. . . 
Howard Porter and our soccer team 

Friday. . . 
Disco Nite 
Disco and light show 

Saturday. . . 
THE BIG DAY 

11:00 Parade. Downtown Lebanon 
Marching bands, dazzling floats. . . 
2:30 Soccer Game. McK. vs. Evansville 
3:00 Half - time show entitled *** Celebrate*** 
8:00 Dinner-Dance Coronation 
Augustine's Restaurant, Belleville 



1. Onita Haeuber judges the ice cream eating con- 
test. 

2. Coach Howard Porter speaking at Homecoming 
Buffet. 

3. Jim Heberer plays his teeth at the "Gong Show. " 

4. THE WINNER! Teri Driggers 

5. Distinguished judges: "David Brenner, " Joe Ca- 
ciano, "Cher, " Debby McNelly and "The Duke, " 
Dave Harrison. 

6. Charlie Woods, an air force officer who returned 
to college to complete his degree, performs in 
the Gong Show. 

7. Master of Ceremonies, Bob Rhodes, didn't get 
gonged, but he did get a pie in the eye. 

8. Disco Nite 

9. Dave Smith, Lynn Beck and Ellen Fischer 



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Mike Schaulat, Sherry Hampton, Missy Bivens, 

Melanie Hoove, Nancy Russel and Angie Moore 

The parade lines up on college road 

AO's float 

Clio-BS'er float 

Dan Bosslett and Cilia Almond 

Egalite's float, Greg Nold on the tractor 

Laura Zuegin 

Chuck Renner, Joe Grimoldi, and Gary Vande- 

loo, Melanie Feazel, Claudia Cook and Ellen 

Fischer 

Kay Helfrich 

Pompon girls, Bev Beck, Jennifer Aitken and 

Bonnie Hoover 

Kathy Feder 

President and Mrs. Murphy, Jim Harlan at the 

wheel 

VP for Development, Reed Stewart, VP for 

Financial Affairs, Vernon Snead, driving, Sam 

Sheffler 

Pompom girls, Nann Adams, Cheryl Morley, 

Ann Adams and Teri Driggers 

Reata Reibold and Lynn Beck 

VP for Student Affairs, Tom Darrah, VP for 

Academic Affairs, Leo Downey and Kirk Hinson 

driving 

Parade marshal, Hal Montague, Paul Funkhouser 

at the wheel 

Cheerleaders, Mindy Mernick, Deb Marian, 

Tracy Zimmerman and Kim Keith 



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Men's Lib Hits Muck Homecoming 








"Homecoming king? You've got to be 
kidding!" 

Even though it sounded like a joke, 
Muck did have a king for this year's 
court. The entire idea was initially- 
taken lightly, but as homecoming 
neared, students began to take the idea 
seriously. The idea is an offshoot of the 
Title IX amendment that prohibits sex 
discrimination in all educational activi- 
ties at schools and colleges recieving 
federal aid. 

"What? There's no basketball game 
scheduled for November 6. . . . Soc- 
cer! You mean the homecoming game is 
a soccer match this year? 

That's right. The traditional home- 
coming game was played by the soccer 
team. It was a perfect game to add to 
the excitement of homecoming. Although 
the Cats dominated and clearly out- 
played the University of Indiana, we won 
by a mere score of 1-0, and that came 
by a fouled up pass to Indiana's goalie 
that got past him 

"Should we take an umbrella to the 
parade?" 

No need. It was a beautiful, sunny 
day, and exceptionally temperate for 
November. The parade consisted of 40 
units, of which five were those build by 
the sororities and fraternities. Egalite 
and AO tied for first place in the float 
competition, and the combined entry of 
Clio and the BS'ers came in third. 



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Coronation 

Queen 
Melanie Feazel 

King 
Chuck Renner 




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Freshman Court 

Celia Almond and Dan Bosslet 

Sophmore Court 

Laura Zeugin and Barry Harris 

Kathy Feder and Eric Stevenson 

Junior Court 

Lynn Beck and Dave Warnecke 

Reata Reibold and Steve Bott 

Senior Court 

Claudia Cook and Chuck Renner 

Melanie Feazel and Joe Grimoldi 

Ellen Fischer and Garry Vandeloo 

Retiring Queen 

Kay Helfrich, escort, Tom Helfrich 

Getting up on the stage and "getting 

down" 

Eric Stevenson and Cheryl Ing 

Connie Stamper and Jerry Evans 

Master and Mistress of Ceremonies 

Greg Nold and Brenda Maine 



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Pam Skinner G Boyd Davis 29. 

Vickie Wallace G Greg Grinter 30. 

Randy Smith & LaNell Bayler 31. 

Sheila Baugh & Mark Schmidt 32. 

Reata Riebold & Randy McAllister 33. 

Cathy Cummins G John Darr 34. 

Cheryl Ing G Eric Stevenson 35. 

Patty G Bill Douglas 36. 

Claudia Cook G Bruce Winterrowd 37. 

. Pat Kiehna G Brad Flinders 38. 

. Kim Keith & Dave Warnecke 39. 

. Tracy Zimmerman & John Potthast 40. 

. Cindy Luedeman & Tom Milliner 41. 
. Russell Breckenridge & Terry Anderson 42. 

. Kathy Feder & Dave Harrison 43. 

. Angie Moore G Bill Dickerson 44. 

. Melanie Feazel G Brad Weathers 45. 

. Joe Caciano & Jeanne Forhan 46. 

. Barb Clayton & Alex Prather 47. 

. Ann Adams G Dan Bosslet 48. 

. Cindy Weiss & Tom Wolfslau 49. 

. Celia Almond & Gary Vandeloo 50. 

. Lynette Vollmer G Tim Boehne 51. 

. Jenny Barnett & Don Frolker 52. 

. Ruth Auer & Lenny Wright 53. 

. Lynn Beck G Tom Burleyson 54. 

. Dee Walker & Keith Mess 55. 
. Debbie Burger G Norton Newcomb 



Kirk Hinson & Sam Scheffler 

Joe Lanius & Janet Bowermaster 

Pam Jones & Mike Lewis 

Debbie Chapman & Paul Erwin 

Terri Driggers & David Adams 

Kay G Tom Helfrich 

Nann Adams & Gary Goff 

Mindy Mernick & Dennis Radosevich 

Shirley Baugh & Bud Jacobs 

Marsha Brasel & Gregg Wildhabber 

Sherry Hampton G Steve Sczurek 

Bev Bono & Joe Morgan 

Pat Hannigan & Mike Woods 

Diane Davis & Steve Bott 

Penny Kirby & Rick Creasey 

Janean & Steve Cherry 

Karen G Bob Burk 

Mary Kay Buss & Ken Meddows 

Judy Cermak & Tom Weber 

Marsha & Norm Seim 

Roger Jones & Kathy DeVore 

Cathy Carroll & Greg Nold 

Kim Kohlbercher & Barry Harris 

Pat McKinney G John Barcer 

Mary Ann Helwig & Kevin Zeeb 

Judy & Charles Wood 

Jean Dennlein & Paul Cermak 




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1. Bottom: Charles Headley, Phil Souders, Tom 
Darrah, Greg Nold, Dave Harrison, and Bob Rhodes 
Middle: Kirk Hinson, Brenda Maine, Missy Bivens, 
Ellen Fischer, and Joe Caciano Top: Sheila Baugh, 
Shirley Baugh, and Tracy Snyder 

2. Joe Caciano at organizations fair in the mall on 
Thursday, September 16 

3. Celia Almond and Lynn Beck, winners of the 
costume contest at the 50's dance 

4. Pam Jones, Mike Lewis and Dave Harrison at 
BS'ers display at organizations fair 

5. Tom Chapin entertained in Upper Deneen on 
Friday, November 12 

6. Christmas party in Trenton. Nancy Atkinson, 
Chuck Renner, Bruce Young, Joe Morgan, Keith 
Mess, and Karen Evanko 

7. 50's dance. Chuck Renner, Gary Vandeloo, 
John Read (horizontal), Joe Morgan, Don Frolker, 
Larry Latinette, Greg Grinter, and Joe Grimoldi 

8. Christmas dance. Tom Clark, Tracy Miller, Bob 
Polka, Ann Adams, and Dan Bosslet 



The '76- '77 student government has 
been very active on campus this year. 
One of our major projects was a book 
fair held on December 4th. and 5th. 
Though pur profits were not tremendous, 
we enjoyed ourselves and feel the Mc- 
Kendree community appreciated our ef- 
forts. 

We joined in the Christmas spirit as 
a group by decorating Ames Hall and by 
visiting the Shrine's Christmas display. 
A donation was made to the Roy Ward 
Fund and later in the year to the Ameri- 
can Cancer Society in honor of Onita 
Haeuber. 

Another major project sponsored by 
student government is the installation of 
a marquee near the commuter parking 
lot. Hopefully this marquee will aid in 
informing commuters of the activities 
planned. 

Student government gave a reception 
in honor of the five rvIcKendree students 
who recieved the Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges Award. Also 
sponsored by student government was 
the teacher evaluation forms; a process 
which is tedious but valuable. 

Besides meeting regularly as a 
group, each student government member 
served on a faculty committee. The stu- 
dent input on these committes is valu- 
able not only to the student body, but 
also to the faculty. This year's group 
has not only been involved in the pres - 
ent , but also made some plans for the 
future. We have a sesquicentennial com- 
mittee preparing for next year and have 
discussed several possible work pro- 
jects. 



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Programs 
Committee 




1. Patty and Bill Douglas at Halloween dance 

2. Left: Kathy Feder, Ann Adams, Jim Harlan, Steve Bott, Greg 
Nold, and Robin Grinter Right: Dave Harrison, Cheryl Morley, 
Kirk Hinson, Debby Marlen, and Marsha Brasel 

3. Ron Henry and Karen Diecker 

4. Bill Douglas spinned discs for the '50's dance. He smoked a 
lot of cigarettes too. 

5. Joe Grimoldi shows what a "Fish" can do on the dance floor 

6. Cindy Weiss and Laura Rick at Sigma 's organizational display 

7. Lynn Beck (What a sweetheart!) and Joe Morgan (Nerd) 

8. Ty Gericke and Bill Douglas 

9. Lenny Wright and Brenda Maine 
10. Joe Caciano and Jeannie Forham 




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Senior Voice Recital 




Ann Lilly 

Junior Voice Recital 




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Junior Voice Recital 

CHOIR: Sitting: Debbie Erwin, Jenny Barnett, Kathi 
Shaw, Phyllis Crowder, Cathy Cummins, Allison 
Smith, Susan Dehart, and Margie Lipe Middle: Tracy 
Snyder, JoAnn Crager, Camilla Demaree, Karen 
Sikora, June Maloney, Cindy Diss, and Linda Mas- 
ters Back: David Schwoebel, Prof. Glenn Freiner, 
Bob Prescott, Bob Koch, Stephen, Kirchgraber, Ran- 
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Sigma 
Egalite 




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1. Joe Caciano, founding member and driving force behind 
Egalite, holds first place trophy for "Bearcat Sunrise. " 

2. Ground Level: Barb Schomaker and Teresa Christie Limb 
1: Diane Davis, Cheryl Morley and Steve Bott Limb 2: Steve 
Waller Limb 3: Greg Nold and George Obernagel 

3. George Obernagel in his "banker's" suit 

4. New member, Cheryl Morley, with president Steve Bott 
at Christmas party at Dohack's 

5. Winnie Foster (Right), Soroptimist President, joins in the 
festivities 

6. Smiling faces at the Christmas party 

7. McKendree Bearcat prepares for ride through downtown 
Lebanon 



Sigma Egalite is a relatively new student 
and community service organization. Spon- 
sored by the Soropimist Club of Metro-East 
Illinois, it is the only co-ed service organi- 
zation on campus. The primary goal is to 
improve brotherhood and sisterhood. 

During the 76-77 school year, Egalite ac- 
tively participated in intramurals for the first 
time and continued their involvement in other 
college activities. This year also saw the es- 
tablishment of an annual Sigma Egalite schol- 
arship to be given to an incoming student ma- 
joring in any field which promotes working 
closely with people. There are now 10 mem- 
bers in the society. 



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Alpha Omega 




1. Pledges at Halloween. Celia Almond, Bonnie 
Hoover, Tracy Zimmerman, and Kim Keith. 

2. AO's first place float. 

3. Debby Marlen and Janet Bowermaster at the 
Christmas party. 

4. Sitting: Celia Almond, Bonnie Hoover, Shirley 
Baugh, Kim Keith, Sheila Baugh, and Tyann Gross. 
Standing: Tracy Zimmerman, Sandy Harmann, 
Debby Marlen, Dana Ard, Mindy Mernick, Janet 
Bowermaster, and Barb Koebel. 

5. Sandy Harmann dresses for the occasion. 

6. The SENIORS working on the float 

7. Merry Christmas Shirley. 

8. AO crafts booth at the Fall Festival. Barb Koebel. 
Nancy Russel and Tyann Gross. 

9. The winner ! 





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Every season of the year, 
Alpha Omega is full of cheer. 

Christmas, Easter and Halloween, 
Where there's a party - we are seen. 

Service Projects we love to do- 
For older folks and wee folks too. 

Biking for Cancer and Marching for Dimes- 
Washing cars and having good times. 

Spring brings-Leprechauns Legs, 
Stationary Sales and Easter Eggs. 

Secret Pals always come through- 

To cheer us up when we're feeling blue. 

When Homecoming Floats are in the race, 
Our creativity wins First Place. 

Alpha Omega the beginning and end, 
Means Sisterhood and being a Friend. 



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Alpha Phi Omega 





1. Kevin, Tony and Don, the fall pledge class, 
clean the frat room. 

2. John, John, John, Dave, and Don at Jacks or 
Better on chicken night. 

3. APO bloodmobile, spring '76. John Pepper, John 
Potthast and Steve Harris (lying down) 

4. Sitting: John Read, John Pepper, Don Frolker, 
and Tony Salinas. Standing: Dr. Larry Bryan, Kevin 
Zeeb, Randy McCallister, Steve Harris, Dave Pott- 
hast, Hossein Mogadon, and Bill Best (advisor) 

5. Randy McCallister on a service project. 

6. Dave and Kevin take a break while on a service 
project. 

7. Dave Potthast, John Pepper, and John Potthast out 
side the national convention hall in Atlanta, Ga. 



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Alpha Phi Omega is a national ser- 
vice fraternity with chapters at more 
than 550 colleges and universities across 
the nation. The chapter at McKendree is 
Chi Omega chapter. Our Alpha Phi 
Omega chapter originally started as 
Alpha Kappa Tau in the spring of 
1967, which is also a service oriented 
organization. On February 12, 1972 
after 5 years of hard work the fraternity 
was chartered by the national fraternity. 
Chi Omega exists to serve the needs of 
the colleges, the community, and the 
members of the fraternity, and is the 
only national fraternity on campus. 



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Gamma Sigma Sigma 




All the queen candidates for homecoming were 
Sigma girls. 

1. Claudia Cook, escort, Chuck Renner 

2. Melanie Feazel, escort, Joe "Fish" Grimoldi 

3. Ellen Fischer, escort, Gary Vandeloo 

4. Front: Debby McNelly, Pat Kiehna, Melanie 
Feazel, Laura Zeugin, and Cindy Schmitz 
Middle: Angie Chrisos, Anna Wolfslau, Missy 
Bivens, Pam Jones, Tracy Snyder, and Cindy 
Weiss Back: JoAnn Mumaw, Paula Gross, Brenda 
Main, Dee Crawford, Gina Harlan, and Ellen 
Fischer 




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Epsilon Gamma chapter of Gamma 
Sigma Sigma is a national service 
sorority. Activities throughout the year 
include time spent giving parties for 
children, visiting, and doing odd jobs 
for shut-ins, as well as other commun- 
ity and campus projects. A good deal of 
emphasis is also placed on social activ- 
ities such as intramurals, the annual 
alumni party, and the mother -daughter 
banquet. 

This year marked the 25th. anniver- 
sary of Gamma Sigma Sigma. 



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1. Clio vs. Independents in Intramural foot- 
ball. 

2. Shirley and Vickie at the informal tea. 

3. Connie Stamper, advisor. 

4. Vickie Wallace, Jenny Barnett, Diane Hal- 
loran, Sara Vineyard, Nancy Martin, Marsha 
Brasel, Toby Johnston, Shirley Ferry, Pam 
Skinner, and Camilla Demaree. 

5. Sara, Shirley, Toby and Jenny in the dorm. 

6. Vickie, Nancy, Diane, Shirley, and Toby 
have a last night at T-bird. 

7. Homecoming float which Clio and Plato 
worked on together. 

8. The actives on closed weekend in the fall 
semester. 




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The Clionian Literary Society has 
been an intergral part of the McKendree 
campus for 108 years. We are the oldest 
society for women on campus with a 
long record of achievement. Not only 
was Clio the first society for women, 
but the earliest president was the first 
woman to graduate from McKendree. 

Clio's activities this year include 
ushering for the musical and theatrical 
productions, collecting donations for 
the March of Dimes, aiding with the 
Swine Flu innoculations, and several 
cleaning projects. 

We are proud of our heritage and 
proud to be the Clionians who continue 
to strive for those things we hold dear, 
loyalty, friendship, and sisterhood. 

May Clio advance year by year, 
growing richer in her friends and her 
achievements. 



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Philo 
The Philosophian Literary Society 




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THE PHILOSOPH1ANS: Sitting: Charley McDonald, 
Charley Headley, and Keith Worley Standing: Ad- 
visor, Phil Neale, Tom Milliner, Mark Brown, Dan 
Bryan, and Don Austin 




The men of Phi Lambda Sigma 
(Philo) are a closeknit group of indivi- 
duals interested in sharpening their 
literary skills as well as enjoying the 
social aspect of fraternity life. Being 
the third oldest literary society in the 
nation (fonded in 1837) and the oldest 
society west of the Alleghenies, Philo 
has a colorful and impressive history 
which includes a number of men of his- 
torical signifigance. Philo is proud of 
its past and strives to carry on its tra- 
dition with preservation of old records, 
work on the hall, an emphasis on its 
literary tradition, and recently renewed 
contacts with many past members. 
While Philo places great emphasis on 
the brotherhood which grows in a close 
group, they see this brotherhood not as 
the groupness of a closed group, but a 
the closeness of an open group. 



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Phi Rho Chi 




1. Jeff Whittaker, Tim Triggs, Sam Burgess, Tim 
Zantow, Dr. JohnKovac, Eric Stevenson, Joe Lan- 
ius, and Tim Miller 

2. Actives and Alumni pose for a picture at the 
conclusion of the Alumni Weekend 

3. Ferox actives and alumni gather together for the 
fraternity's song 

4. The alumni check for a first down while the 
referee places the ball 

5. Joe Lanius and Tim Triggs pose with alumni Jack 
Weakly, Brant Harper and Brad Hoyt 

6. Alumnus Paul "Greek" Durato provides enter- 
tainment during intermission at the alumni dance 

7. Mark Allen, Tim Triggs and Joe Lanius enjoy a 
foot -stomping song at the dance 




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The men of Ferox found the '76-77 school year 
to be a busy one. The members conducted workdays 
ranging from washing cars to carrying groceries 
to unloading moving vans. These workdays helped 
to finance the annual alumni weekend which was 
held in late November, and a spring party in 
February. Both parties attracted nearly twenty 
alumni who came to join the festivities. 

Ferox would also like to welcome their three 
newest members, Sam Burgess, Tim Miller and 
Jeff Whitaker. 



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1. The hell night party at Squash's barn. The group, 
being full of spirits, showed their spirit. 

2. Our float waiting for take off in the homecoming 
parade. 

3. Spring pledge class ('76). Keith Mess (sitting), 
Joe Morgan, Messiah Kolakola, Jim Harlan, and Bob 
Polka. 

4. Pledge Frank Tuter shows his happiness in going 
through pledge period. 

5. Jerry, Phil and Loo cook the rabbit for the hell 
night party. 

6. Work on homecoming float gets underway. 

7. Row 1. Greg Grinter, Bob Polka, Ty Gericke, 
and Joe Grimoldi. Row 2. Jim Harlan, Mike Lewis, 
Bill Dickerson, and Tim Boehne. Row 3. Nelson 
McAtee, Joe Morgan, Bob DeRoode, Messiah Kola- 
kola, Dave Warnecke, Keith Mess, and Dave Harri- 
son. Row 4. Bob Rhodes, Chuck Renner, Gary Van- 
deloo, and Bill Mueller. Row 5. Lenny Wright, Jim 
Williams, Phil Souders, Larry Beerman, and Jerry 
Evans. 

8. The float was the a combined effort with Clio. 

9. Fall ('76) pledge class. 




This was an active year for Plato. 
We participated in campus as well as 
community affairs. We delivered flyers 
for the local Western Auto as a money 
making project. The float we worked on 
came in 3rd. place. We revived our 
alumni newsletter which recieved a good 
response. Our biggest project was spon- 
soring a spaghetti dinner in April. And 
of course, we sponsored and coordinated 
the "Geology Club" which met at the 
"rock piles". 



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1. Don Austin, winner of the men's chugging con- 
test. 

2. THE IMPORTS: Hossein Mogodam, Persia; Mess- 
iah Kolokolo, Nigeria; and Edson Minioli, Brasil 

3. Buddies that drink together, stay together. Dan 
Bryan, Don Austin, Mike Lewis, and Greg "Squash" 
Grinter 

4. ISC: Front: Dan Bryan, Don Frolker, Joe Grimoldi, 
Nancy Martin, Cindy Weiss, Missy Bivens, Tracy 
Zimmerman, and Debby Marlen Back: Hossein Mo- 
godam, Eric Stevenson, Keith Worley, Tim Zan- 
tow, and Phil Souders 

5. Larry Latinette, Glo Peaeson, Messiah Kolokolo, 
Linda Davidson, and Terri Cramer 

6. Missy Bivens and Brenda Maine 



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1. Sitting: Maddonna Knowles, Sue Shane, Gloria Pearson 
and Margie Lipe Standing: Mary Porter, Greg Nold, Mary 
Scott, Bobby Jo Mulellis, Dr. John Kovac, Kathy Feder, 
and Art Cortner 

2. Spring Model U.N. 

3. Paul Desaulniers (Sitting) 

4. Eric Stevenson and Jim Ford 

5. Spring Model U.N. 

6. Organizations fair, Mary Porter, Mary Scott, and Art 
Cortner 

7. Tracy Miller and Mike Kramer 

8. Fall Model U.N. 

9. Brenda Maine and Sue Shane 

10. Mary Porter, Norton Newcomb, Jeff Whittaker, and 
Brian Snyder 



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Varsity Club 




Sigma Zeta 

VARSITY CLUB: Front: Mike Schaulat Mid- 
dle: Bob Polka, Keith Mess, Don Barton, Ken 
Meddows, Joe Grimoldi, and Joe Morgan 
Back: Tim Boehne, Hossein Mogadom, John 
Potthast, Gary Vandeloo, Chuck Renner, Jim 
Heberer, and Mark Schmidt 
SIGMA ZETA: Sitting: Deborah Verges, Nancy 
Widicus, and Sherry Hampton Back: Dave 
Potthast, Dr. Walthers, Rick Penny, Mike 
Schaulat, and Tegest Abebe 
RELIGIOUS LIFE ASSOCIATION: Sitting: Bob 
Koch and John Vidakovich Standing: Bob Ma- 
thena, Dale Morris, Dan Bryan, Dr. Bryan, 
Camilla Demaree, Keith Worley, Debbie Er- 
win, and Susan DeHart 




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Religious Life Association 




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Resident Counselors 





PHI BETA LAMBDA: Sitting: Donna Peters, 
Susan Peters, and Lisa Lindsay Standing: Ed 
Streif, Charles Wood, Ray Leslie, Jana Kosy- 
dor, and Carol Brown 

POMPON GIRLS: Lynn Beck, Be v Beck, Ann 
Adams, Bonnie Hoover, Celia Almond, Nann 
Adams, Jennifer Aitken, and Cheryl Morley 
RC's: Front: Terry Saksa, Pam Jones, Terri 
Anderson, Val Thaxton, Charles Headley 
Back: Kathy Feder, Dean Darrah, Bob Rhodes, 
Mike Lewis, Jerry Evans, and Dave Harrison 
CAFETERIA WORKERS: Edson Minioli, Mark 
Starwalt, Randy Zelhart, and Dave Smith 
Back: Tegest Abebe, Shirley Ferry, LaNell 
Bayler, Kathy Hudson, and Dave Bayler 



Cafeteria Workers 



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Communications Workers 




Library Workers 

COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS: Lynn Bujnak, Diane Hal- 
loran, Mike Acton, Nancy Martin, and Norton Newcomb 
LIBRARY WORKERS: Front: Tyann Gross, Debbie Branden- 
burger Middle: Stephen Kirchgraber and Kathy Black Back: 
JohnKazee, Laura Percivall, and Norma Towhill 
ASSOCIATION OF BLACK COLLEGIANS: Sitting: Ava Tar- 
rant, Russel Breckenridge Back: Lasandra Shields, Linda 
Nelson, Marva Shields, Cheryl Heard, Terri Anderson, and 
Marvoureen Shannon 

ABC at organizations fair. Ava Tarrant, Harry Harrel, Bruce 
Stennis, Linda Nelson, and Marva Shields 




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Association Of Black Collegians 




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Security Guards 





Deneen Workers 
Snackbar Workers 



SECURITY: Sitting: Bill Bierman, Brenda Maine, and Tim Triggs Stand- 
ing: Boyd Davis, Gary Goetter, Casey Reinkoester, Jim Timper, and 
Ray Frisby 

DENEEN WORKER: Vicki Wallace, Alex Prather, Marsha Brasel, Jim 
Harlan, Patty Douglas, and Don Froelker 
SNACKBAR: Janet Bowermaster and Bonnie Hoover 



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1. Now Frank, that's a lot of BS if I ever saw it 

2. Beware of brain strain. Don't study so hard My- 
ron 

3. Doug. Didn't all those call to Carbondale run up 
quite a phone bill? 

4. Three of Charlie's angels. Chuck "Roof-runner" 
Renner, Lance "Romance" Gardner, and Joe "Fis- 
herman" Grimoldi 

5. Movin' Joe, I mean, Joe moves in 

6. Weight lifting and conditioning class paid off. 
Right Russel? 

7. Baker's bucket brigade. You get 'em, we wet 
'em. 

8. Fire alarm in Barnett. Remember, little girls 
that play with fire get burned 

9. Ty! That's no way to treat a lady 

10. Show those toes Lynn! 







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1. Jeff Whittaker and Ken Meddows 

2. Darla Riddle and Sue Shane 

3. Bev Beck. A study in study 

4. Don't hide that manly chest John. You're depri- 
ving womankind 

5. Edson Minioli, Larry Latinette, and Jackie Dav- 
idson 

6. Christmas reception. Charlie Headley and Glo 
Pearson. Toby Johnston and Kirk Hinson 

7. Kim Keith and Dave Warnecke 

8. John Vidakovich and Dr. Thomlison 

9. Mark Schmidt 



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1. Eat it Joe! Luan Lucy and Joe Lanius 

2. Timber! 

3. Did you ever see a "Pot" fly? Flap those wings 
John 

4. Oh, how sweet. Stan Ware, Alyson Smith and 
Don Austin 

5. The BLHA Society, at society headquarters in 
Ron's Lounge 

6. Dale "Big guy" Jacobs, Casey Reinkoester, Phil 
"Dr. Love" Boyd, and Kevin "But-but" Butler 

7. Rudy. Is that your face or a Halloween mask? 
Oh, it's your face. I should have recognized your 
handsome features anywhere 

8. IM spectators exude enthusiasm 

9. Don't look now girls! Here comes "Boss" "let", 
"Beer" "man", "Radar", and "Fish". Oh my gosh! 
They don't have any clothes on. 



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1977 



Mtalrtt College 




FOUNDED 1828 



LEBANON, ILLINOIS 



TEN-THIRTY IN THE MORNING 
MAY TWENTY-FIRST 



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Candidates for Degrees in Course 

Bachelor of Arts, Honors in Major 

JANUARY AND MAY 1977 GRADUATES 



JAMES F. ARGABRIGHT 

MICHAEL LYNN BERRY 

KEVIN CURTISS BORUTTA 

EUGENE M. BRADLEY 
■JOSEPH STEVEN'CACIANO 

MICHAEL V CICCOCIOPPO, JR 
•CLAUDIA LYNN COOK 

LARRY E COOKE 

PERCY ALIEN DACE 

DALLAS LEROY DAVIS 
,MI S STEVfN DAY 

LANCE DAVID DURKEE 

JACK C. FAWCETT 

RENEE ANN FELTMAN 

KATHLEEN ANN FRANKLIN 

VICTORIA GlLLMANKELLY 

SHERRY L HAMPTON 

GINA SUE HARLAN 

HARRY H.'RRELL 

KAREN BURGESS HARRIS 

STEPHEN IAMES HARRIS 

CHARLES ANDRE'-". HEADLEY JR 
"THOMAS P HUfRICH 

jAurs Richard herp;n 

BETTY M HUGHES 
CATHERINE LOUISE HUTSON 

"AftiON PIERCE KEL.ER, JR 
PATRICIA ANN K'FHNA 
BARBARA LEE KOEBtl 
MARTHA FRESHni'R KORTE 
VIRGINiA ANNE KRAU5 
KAREN A LAGER 
CARi G LAYM ■". 
TRINA SCHAEFER LYONS 
SARA ANN MANLEY 
LYNNOEL (KIN MESSMORE 
SHARON MATHiS MOODY 
GARY KEITH M " ■ . 
JO ANN M MURRAY 
MINNIE L PLATZ 
MARY CATHERINE PORTER 
JAMES A RANDOLPH JR. 
DOROfHY JEAN REYNOLDS 
DARIA KAY RIDDLE 
HOI LIS ANN SCHAEFER 
NANCY A SCHEIDEL 
BRIAN THOMAS SNYDER 
DIANE V THEDWAY 
CHARLOTTE A VlELWEBER 
SCOTT .-.ESTERVELT 
JOHN A '.ML SON 
GORDON WESLEY WIMBERLY 
CHARLES TRACY WOOD 



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Bachelor of Science, Honors in Major 



JOANN MARIE 8AUWENS DILLENDER 
■MICHAEL N SCHAULAT 



RONALD MARK ALLEN 
LARENE JAY ANDERSON 
TERRY FAYE ANDERSON 
KFITH DEWITT BACON 
DONALD G BARKLEY 
LANELL MARIE BAYLOR 
RANDALL DEAN BECK 
DARRELL LYNN BEST 
WILLIAM GLEN BIERMAN 
JOHN K BLACKWOOD 
RANDALL C BLOCK 
JANET KAY BOWERMASTER 
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CLIFFORD FRANKLIN BROOME 
ARTHUR R BRO.vNLIE III 
DELROSEA BRUEGGEMAN 
THOMAS JOE BURLEYSON 
KEVIN JAMES BUTLER 
KENNETH M CAMPBELL 
NANCY MABEL CAPONI 
ANTHONY PAUL CERMAK III 
BARBARA LYNN CLAYTON 
CHARLES ALPHIC COLE 
WILLIAM T, COOK. SR. 
GEORGIA JEAN COSTELLO 
PHYLLIS ANN CROwDER 
CATHERINE LOUISE CUMMINS 
RICHARD ROBERT CUNNINGHAM 
BETTY L. DANIEL 
MICHAEL JAMES DAWSON 
CYNTHIA DIANE DISS 
■PATRICIA LUCILLE DOUGLAS 
WILLIAM JOSEPH DOUGLAS 
PATRICIA ANN DUBOIS 



Peona. Illinois 
Coilmsville. IMmois 



Honors in Med'cal Technology 
Honors in Chemistry 



Bachelor of Arts 



Pearl. Illinois 
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Millstadt. Illinois 
Ft, Krox. Kentucky 
Fallon. Illinois 
,','ood River, Illinois 
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Bethalto. Illinois 
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Social Sciences 

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History 

8usmess Administration 

English and Psychology 

Business Administration 

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English and Anthropology-Sociology 

Philosophy and Anthropology-Sociology 

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Psychology 

Physical Education 

Business Administration 

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Psychology 

English 

elementary Education 

Business Administration 

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English 

English 

Social Sciences 

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Music 

Physical Education 

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Elementary Education 



ROBERT WILLIAM EBERT 
MELANIE ROBIN FEAZEL 
JOHN FITZPATRICK, JR 
ROBERT KIRK GALLOWAY 
JUDITH ELLEN GASS 
MARK E GIFFORD 
JOACHIM J GIGER 
RICHARD LEE GRAVATTE 
JOSEPH CARL GRIMOLDI 
ROBIN JO GRINTER 
COLEEN MORT GRISWOLD 
NANCY RUTH HAMPLEMAN 
SANDRA S. HARMANN 
RENNARD LEE MAR HARRIS 
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ROBERT JOHN HERTZ 
RANDY RAY HOUT 
CHARLES U. JENNETTE 
GREGORY D JONES 
VARVACILLE FOGGY JORDAN 
JOHN W KAZEE II 
PENNY GAIL KIRBY 
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MARK EDWIN KOESTERER 
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MARY N KUBIAK 
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BARBARA LILLY 
STEPHEN WAYNE LIRELY 
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JERRY LUCAS 

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ELAINE MARIE MALVASO 
DEBORAH L MARLEN 
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DALE 8UDDY MORRIS 
DANA ARD MORTON 
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•ROBERT EDWARD RHOADS 
ROBERT JOHN RICK 
GARY RIEGER 
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NANCY S. RUSSELL 
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MONROE DALE SANDERS 
PHILLIP M. SANDERS 
LAWRENCE JAMES SANDERSON 
SHARON MARIE SCHILLING 
MARK ALLEN SCHMIDT 
EDGAR JOSEPH SCHULZ 
MARY E SCOTT 
EDWARD A. SINCLAIR 
STEVEN G. SORENSON 
THOMAS M STANLEY 
JAMES E. STEWART. JR. 
RANDY L. STRUBE 
MELVIN R SUBLETT 
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STEPHEN CHARLES WOOLERY 
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English 

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RICKIE W PENNY 
'Who's Who m American Colleges and Universities 



Bachelor of Science 

Caseyviile. Illinois Chemistry 



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Bachelor of Arts 

AUGUST GRADUATES 



PEARLIEM. ALEXANOER 

BARRY BAKER 

DAVID E. BAKER 

DENNIS ALLEN BAUERS 

LAWRENCE BREWER 

VIRGIL BRINKER 

SUSAN BROOKS 

FRED H. BURKEL, JR. 

NICHOLAS CAPOZZI 

JOHN W. CHANDLER 

RICHARD ARNOLD CONRAD 

JOHN MICHAEL COOPER 

JAMES WILLIAM COWAN 

JOHN L. DOWNS 
•ROBERT IRVIN DYER, JR. 

DENNIS LOUIS FISCHER 

DALE WAYNE HAVERMAN 

LESLEY ANN HOFFMAN 

NEIL ANDREW HOLLENBECK 

JACK FREDRICK LADD 

ROBERT ELIOT LANE 

CAROLE ANN WURTH LANGENSTEIN 

DANIEL GRANT MADDEN 

LINDA ELLEN MANN 

JAMES PAUL MATHENA 

KENNETH N MEDDOWS 

ERNEST A. MEYER, JR. 

JAMES LYNN MILLER 
"NANCY D. MOG 

HENRY NIBLETT, JR. 

JOHN WILLIAM PEPPER. JR 

JEFFREY CONRAD PIRTLE 

SHIRLEY A. RILEY 

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JOSEPH M. SCHMITT 

DALE L SMITH 
•WARREN C. SMITH 

MICHAEL l. SPEARS 

BRUCE WAYNE STENNIS 

SUSAN MARIE THOELE 

BRUCE TROTTS 

JAMES W. WALLACE. SR. 

SANDRA L. WARD 

PATTI JO WOODS 

BRUCE KEVIN YOUNG 
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y^-Jrdcr of i^ervice 

President Julian H. Murphy, Presiding 



PR E L.UDE : ■'Chorale and Fugue" .... Healey Willan 

Professor Glenn H Freiner. Organist 



Henry Purcell, David .Johnson k* 



* PROCESSIONAL: 

'Trumpet Tunc in D Major" 

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 

THE INVOCATION Rev. Donald L. Lowe 

Minister, The First I 'nited Methodist Church, CoIIinsvMle, Illinois 

THE HYMN: "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" 

(Audience will begin singing with first stanza.) 

O God, our help in ages past, Our hope for years to come, 
Our shelter from the stormy blast. And our eternal home! 

Under the shadow of thy throne. Still may we dwell secure; 
Sufficient is thine arm alone, And our defense is sure. 

Before the hills in order stood. Or earth received her frame, 
From everlasting thou art God, To endless years the same. 

A thousand ages, in thy sight, Are like an evening gone; 
Short as the watch that ends the night, Before the rising sun. 

Time, like an ever rolling stream. Bears all its sons away; 
They fly forgotten, as a dream dies at the opening day. 

O God, our help in ages past, Our hope for years to come; 

Be thou our guide while life shall last. And our eternal home! Amen. 



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SCRIPTURE READING 

CHORAL SELECTIONS: 
"Kyne" from "Mass in G" 
"Shenandoah" 



Mr. Charles A. Headley 
Bnthwcll Scholar 



McKendrer College Choir 
Professor Freiner. Director 



INTRODUCTION OF 
COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER 



Franz Schubert 
Arr. M. Bartholomew 



President Murphy 



COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ... Dr. Arthur P. Caliandro 

Minister. The Marble Collegiate Church. Fifth Avenue. New York. New York 



VOCAL SOLO: "The Ninety-First Psalm" 

John Kazee. Tenor 



James MacDermid 



PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES 
FOR DEGREES IN COURSE 



Dr. Leo R. Downey 

Vice President for Academic Affairs 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 



Dr. Julian H. Murphy 
President of the College 




PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FOR HONORARY DEGREES 

Dr Arthur P. Caliandro, 

Doctor of Humane Letters .... Dr. Reed M. Stewart 
Candidate Presenter of Citation 

Miss Barbara E. Campbell, Doctor of Laws . Dr Janet K. McReynolds 

Candidate Presenter of Citation 



PRESENTATION OF EMERITUS CITATION 

Dr. Curtis L. Trainer, 

Professor Emeritus of Education . . Mr. Robert H Brown 

Professor of Sociology. Presenter of Citation 

INDUCTION OF THE CLASS OF 1977 Mr. Darrell Franklin 

President. McKcndrcc College Alumni Association 



Commencement Marshal 
Dr. Myron C. Reese, Professor of Chemistry 

Student Marshals 
Carol Funkhouser Paul Desauliniers 



Steve Bott 
Alex Prather 



Ushers 
Kathy Feder 
Terry Saksa 



Robert Haida 
Christie Vincent 



PRESENTATION OF 

PETER AKERS ALUMNI AWARD 



Mr. Leon Church 
Class ..f 1032 




BENEDICTION 



lit I-awreniv D Brvai 
Chaplain ol the Colli-. 



RECESSIONAL "Cornelius March" 



Felix Mrndolssoh. 



Louisville 




1. Dr. Fagin counseling an incoming student 
at Louisville 

2. Accounting class at Louisville 

3. Student Pat Tackett appears to have the right 
answer in Consumer Economics class 

4. Students at break time 

5. Larry Perkins, instructor of English composi- 
tion class 

6. Dr. Fagin and a Marine Corps student 

7. Yeoman 1st class Richard Dobbins, a Mc- 
Kendree student prepares a class presentation 

8. Personnel Management class, Gale Hearn 
Instructor 

9. Students wait for class to start at Elizabeth 
town Kentucky 

10. Students at break time ("Lower Deneen" of 
Kentucky) 




76 





The Louisville- Elizabetht own Center continued to ex- 
pand and solidify its position in the Kentucky academic 
community during the last year. 

In September, 1976, Dr. Charles Fagin was appointed 
full-time Resident Administrator with responsibility for all 
academic affairs. Mr. Hershel Finney continued his work 
as Director of Admissions and Extension Development. A 
full-time secretary was also added to the staff. 

Consortium arrangements were completed with Spalding 
College of Louisville to permit Center students full access 
to a completely equipped college library. 

At the request of the McKendree Administration, Dr. A. 
Junz and Dr. D. Fogarty of the Regional CIC spent two days 
at the Center in January to inspect the program. Their re- 
port contained both commendations and valuable recommen- 
dations for continued improvement. 

More than 30 students completed theri degree require- 
ments at the Center in the last academic year. 



77 




THE DEVIL'S DIS 




CAST 

Mrs . Annie Dudgeon Sharon Massears 

Essie Camilla Demaree 

Christopher Dudgeon Norton Newcomb III 

Anthony Anderson John Vidakovich 

Judith Anderson Paula Wyss 

Lawyer Hawkins Charles Headley 

Uncle Wm . Dudgeon Robert Rick 

Mrs . Wm . Dudgeon Patricia McKinney 

Uncle Titus Dudgeon Steve Bott 

Mrs . Titus Dudgeon Laura Rick 

Richard Dudgeon John Read 

Sergeant Steve Bott 

Major Swindon Robert Rick 

General Burgoyne Stephen Kirchgraber 

Captain Charles Headley 

Soldier John Cates 

Chaplain Jere Berger 

Townsman Charles Headley 

Douglas Koltz 

PRODUCTION STAFF 

Director Jere Berger 

Stage Manager Russel Breckenridge 

Set Designer Jere Berger 

Make-up Roberta Verges 

Costumes Schmidt Costumes 

Sound Keith Worley 

Properties Maxine Ward 

Lighting Robert Koch 

Set Rob Rick , Roberta Verges , 

John Vidakovich , Paula Wyss , 

Jule Brownfield, Jere Berger, 

Maxine Ward 

Publicity Rob Rick 

Programs Rob Rick 

Box office Jule Brownfield 

Ushers Clionian Literary Society 






DEVIL'S DISCIPLE BEDEVILED 



It looked as though THE DEVIL'S 
DISCIPLE would never be ready on 
time. Not only did a cast have to be di- 
rected, a set built, and all the other 
things necessary to a performance com- 
pleted, but redesigning the stage and 
lighting was also undertaken. Was it 
easy? Well, Jere Berger, who directed 
the play, designed and built the set, re- 
designed the stage and lights, took care 
of costumes, engineered the lighting and 
sound, and tracked down most of the 
properties didn't think so. When he was 
making the hangman's noose for the 
last scene he had a hard time deciding 
whether to use it for the set or himself 



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CAST OF CHARACTERS 



(in order of appearance) 



Player, an actor 

Beggar, the author 

Peachum, a dealer in stolen goods 

Filch, his errand boy 

Mrs. Peachum, his wife 

Polly Peachura, their daughter. . 
Captain Macheath, a highwayman . 



80 



. .John Kazee 
. Jere Berger 
. .John Kazee 
. David Smith 
•June Maloney 
. . Ann Lilly 
. . . Stephen 
Kirchgraber 
Macheath' s Gang 

Matt of the Mint Rob Rick 

Crooke-finger'd Jack Doug Koltz 

Robin of Bagshot David Smith 

Drawer Doug Koltz 

Ladies of the Town 

Mrs. Coaxer Carole Langenstein 

Dolly Trull Alyson Smith 

Mrs. Vixen Cathy Curamings 

Jenny Diver Tracy Snyder 

Lockit, the jailor of Newgate Prison. . . . Doug 

Koltz 

Lucy Lockit, his daughter Karen Sikora 

Mrs. Trapes, a madam June Maloney 

PRODUCTION STAFF 

Musical Director Prof. Glenn Freiner 

Stage Director . . • Dr. Jere Berger 

Student Director Stephen Kirchgraber 

Stage Manager Keith Worley 

Lights Bob Koch 

Pianists Prof. Glenn Freiner 

David Schwoebel 





"The Beggar's Opera" had to beg to 
get on stage. It was a full fledged play, 
originally, but the rehersal schedule 
was too heavy for the cast. Therefore, 
it was produced as reader's theatre. 
Even the minimal rehersal schedule 
was still to great for the cast, and they 
were "begged" to come to rehersal. 

Everyone finally came for dress re- 
hersal, and even the performances. The 
play hit the stage "begging for a mira- 
cle. Did it get one? Well, the audience 
didn't "beg" for more at curtain fall, 
but at least they had some good belly 
laughs from the bawdy language and 
inuendo throughout the play. 

1. Cathy Cummings and Steve Kirchgraber 

2. Finale 

3. Ann Lilly and Alyson Smith 

4. John Kazee 

5. Ann Lilly, Steve Kirchgraber and Karen Sikora 

6. John Kazee and June Maloney 

7. Dave Schwoebel and Prof. Glenn Freiner 

8. Steve Kirchgraber and Tracy Snyder 

9. John Kazee, Ann Lilly, Steve Kirchgraber, Karen 
Sikora and Doug Koltz 



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"Should we have a spring formal?" 

"No. I don't think enough people are interest- 



"Okay. We won't have one this year. " 

But wait ! Enough people expressed their dis - 
appointment about not having a spring formal that 
it was decided to have one after all. 

"Hello. Augustine's Restaurant? We need a 
large room for April 23. " 

"We can give you patio 3. " 

"Fine. We'll take it. " 

However, not enough people signed up for such 
a large room. Augustine's gave us the Safari Room. 

"This is the Safari Room? My living room is 
bigger. How are we going to get 25 couples and a 
band in here? Band. Where's the band! Dinner is 
being served and the band isn't here. This is terri- 
ble. What are we going to do?" 

Don't get upset. Even though it seemed like 
everything went wrong, the evening as a whole was 
a success. Once the band and Muck students 
warmed up there was no stopping them. 



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1. Ellen Fischer, of 
Sigma, punts 
against the inde- 
pendents 

2. Patty Douglas "digs 
one out" at Green- 
ville 

3. Dan Bosslet sends 
the ball up field 
against Lewis 
College 

4. Don Austin passes 
against the Ferfox 
rush 

5. McKendree's fen- 
cing team of 1908 

6. 1908 was also the 
first year McKen- 
dree had an inter- 
collegiate basket- 
ball team 

7. Muck initiated a 
cross country team 
in 1929, and came 
in fourth in the 
state meet 



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A.O. 

Independents 



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Independents 





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Kurt Klein 
Stan Ware 
Tom Clark 




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1. Dave Harrison hurries past Belleville Bunch 

2. Gene Baker and Russel Breckenridge converge 
on Mike Lewis 

3. Patty Douglas scrambles for yardage 

4. Ellen Fischer punts behind Sigma's defensive line 

5. Tim Triggs bootlegging against the independents 

6. Dave Potthast blasts into the Ferox line 

7. Melanie Feazel throws against the independents 

8. Feazel wrestles Linda Nelson for a pass 

9. Don Austin punting, Dave Potthast protecting 
10. Val Thaxton hands off to Jenny Barnett 



69 



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Volleyball 




! 


WOMEN 




Independent II 


6-0 


Independent I 


5-1 


AO 


5-1 


Clio 


2-4 


Sigma 


2-4 


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MEN 




Ferox 




12- 2 


Gutsies 




10- 4 


Fac. Staff 




8- 6 


B Sers I 




7- 7 


APO 




5- 9 


B Sers II 


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0-14 




90 




1. Betty Isinghaus bumps for Independent I 

2. Tim Triggs and Eric Stevenson block ag- 
ainst Dennis Bower 

3. Don Haida spikes against Dennis Bower of 
Gutsies 

4. Carol Funkhouser returns tough serve, Kathy 
Feder and Laura Rick stand ready to assist 

5. Ah Val (Thaxton)! What happened? Butter 
fingers, eh? 

Teri Driggers returns serve with a grace sel- 
domly seen on the court 
Rick Penny spikes against Ferrox 
Penny powers a spike past Tim Triggs 

9. Myron Hanna blasts home a spike 



91 








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Basketball 




1. Lance Gardner and Gary Vandeloo 

2. Gina Harlan guards Sandy Harmann 

3. Tyann Gross tries to block sister Paula 
Gross in Sigma - AO game 

4. Bev Beck, Deb Marlen and Ellen Fischer 

5. Loyal spectators, Chuck Renner, Lynn 
Beck, Tom Burleyson, and Tim Boehne 

6. Steve Lirely 

7. Bev Beck, Ellen Fischer and Brenda Maine 

8. Don Frolker and Kirk Hinson guard Joe 
Morgan 

9. Bill Douglas pushes off Stan Ware 

10. Joe 'Tish" Grimoldi passes the ball inside 



93 



Softball 




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Home run derby 
(20 attempts) 



Jim Heberer 
Ken Runyon 
Sam Burgess 
Rick Penny 
Tim Miller 



MEN 




APO - Gutsies 


6-0 


BS'ers 


5-1 


Ferox 


3-3 


Egalite 


3-3 






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WOMEN 




Sigma 


3-1 


Independents 


2-2 


AO 


1-2 


Clio 


1-2 






1 . Mighty Jeff Whittaker swats the air 

2 . Linda Davidson fans . Too bad . 

3 . Dave Bayler connects against Ferox 

4 . Slugging Edson Minioli smacks one at Sigma 
Egalite 

5. Val "Pudge 1 ' Thaxton on the mound 

6 . Vicki Wallace tosses one over 

7 . Betty Isringhaus scores for the independents 

8. Kathy Smith prepares to clobber one 



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Bowling 





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BOWLING 




Khul's Kats 


19-9 


BS'ers 


19-9 


Ferox 


15-3 


AO 


15-3 


Philo 


12-16 


APO 


10-18 


Sigma Egalite 


8-20 



1 . Raphael Chavez 

2 . Janet Bowermaster 

3 . Tyann Gross 

4. Vicki Wallace 

5. Eric Stevenson 

6. Tracy Zimmerman 

7. Janet DeBourge (12) and Camilla Demaree (25) 

8 . Shirley Ferry 



97 



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Co-Rec. Volleyball 



Ferox-AO 
Independents I 
Independents II 




TENNIS CLUB 


• 


McK. 


Opp. 


BAC 2 


7 


Forest Park 


9 


Lewis & Clark 3 


6 


Kaskaskia 2 


7 


Greenville 


9 



VOLLEYBALL 




1. Kneeling: Jim Harlan and John Read Standing: 
Steve Lirely, Mark Starwalt, Lenny Wright, Tom 
McHugh, and Kirk Hinson 

2 . Kirk Hinson and Eric Stevenson 

3. Don Austin pushes the ball 

4. Mindy Mernick digs one out 

5. Tim ' 'Dink' ' Zantow spikes 

6. Sammy ' 'Slammy' ' ' 'Bobo' ' Burgess and Kim 
Keith 

7. Melanie Feazel punches the ball at Tim Triggs 
Carol Funkhouser 



99 






1. Bearcats burst through "the run through" at the homecom- 
ing game against Indiana U. 

2. Keith Mess takes a pill (Hard shot) against Evansville. 

3. Hossein Mogadam clears the ball from the backfield. 

4. Mike Woods, with sprained ankle, itches for action in 
close homecoming game. Don Frolker and Coach Porter. 

5. Tension mounts at half time as Cats tie Judson 1-1. 

6. Score keepers, Bev Beck and Angie Chrisos. 

7. John Potthast takes a spill breaking up a play against 
Judson. 




100 




The McKendree Bearcats finished 
their fifth season of varsity soccer with 
a record of 9-5. The biggest victory of 
the season was a shutout over highly 
ranked Lewis University, while a single 
game scoring record was set against 
Lindenwood College. 

McKendree scored a total of 36 
goals this season, while goalies, Tom 
Clark and Joe Morgan allowed only 18. 
The leading scorers were Norm Seim 
with 9 goals and 5 assists, Messiah Ko- 
lokolo with 5 goals and 5 assists, and 
Mike Woods with 3 goals and 5 assists. 

The team selected Norm Seim as 
their Most Valuable Player, Dan Bosslet 
as the Best Offensive Player, Larry 
Beermann as the Best Defensive Player, 
and Joe Grimoldi received the 110% 
Award. Graduating seniors, Joe Gri- 
moldi, Steve Harris, John Pott hast, and 
Norm Seim will be missed, but 13 let- 
termen will be returning for next 
season. 



101 




Judson 

Harris Teachers 

Blackburn 

Principia 

Columbia 

IL State 

Parks 

Lewis 

Aurora 

Greenville 

Maryville 

Lindenwood 

Central Methodist 

Evansville 



1 



Kneeling: John Kowalis, Don Frolker, Joe Gri- 
moldi, Tom Clark, Norm Seim, Joe Morgan, 
Kent Burroughs, Bob Polka, and Larry Beermann. 
Standing: Keith Mess, Messiah Kolokolo, Hos- 
sein Mogadam, Steve Harris, John Potthast, Eric 
Klein, Coach Howard Porter, Mike Woods, Dale 
Jacobs, Jim Rudy, Larry Baldus, DanBosslet, 
and Trainer Ron Finnen . 

2. Tom Clark stops near goal, and puts ball back in 
action. 

3. Dan Bosslet scores decisive goal against Lewis. 

4. John (Scopes) Kowalis ties game against Black- 
burn with penalty kick . 

5. Larry Beermann makes one of his many clears on 
defense. 




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102 






Front: Manager Ken Runyon, Lance Gardner, Tom 
Burleyson, Bob Haida, Dave Warne eke, Maurice 
Horton, Mike Schaulat, and Chuck Renner. Back: 
Assistant Coach Wendell Johnson, Kurt Klein, Barry 
Harris, Dale Haverman, Gary Vandeloo, Phil Sou- 
ders, Ron Henry, Rick Schurtz, Maurice Williams, 
and Head Coach Harry Statham. 



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Full Norn* (Lott, Firtl) 


Clan 


Gom«t 


FG 


FGA 


FG 
Pet. 


FT 


FTA 


FT 
Pet. 


Reb 


Gam* 
A.,. 


Total 
Point! 


Gam* 

A,,. 




Height 






Jr. 




119 


235 


.51 


86 


105 


.82 


121 


4.7 


324 


12.5 




Harris, Barry 


b'3" 


2b 






Sr. 


26 


299 


593 


.50 


62 


77 


.81 


190 


7.3 


660 


25.4 




Haverman, Dale 


b'7" 






Sr. 


26 


129 


225 


.57 


89 


108 


.82. 


61 


2.3 


347 


13.3 




Schaulat, Mike 


6'2" 






Sr. 


24 


46 


104 


.44 


32 


43 


.74 


78 


3.3 


124 


5.2 




Souders, Phil 


b'B" 




Vandeloo, Gary 


Sr. 
6'7" 


26 


142 


269 


.53 


46 


74 


.62 


189 


7.3 


330 


12.7 




Jr. 


18 


50 


106 


.47 


39 


51 


.77 


29 


1.6 


139 


7.7 




vVarnecke, Dave 


6'1" 






Jr. 


15 


117 


194 


.60 


54 


83 


.65 


204 


13.6 


288 


19.2 




Henry, Ron 


6'8" 






J'r. 


26 


25 


46 


.54 


32 


41 


.78 


31 


1.2. 


82 


3.2 




Gardner, Lance 


5'10' 




Haida, Bob 


So. 


10 


14 


24 


.58 


9 


15 


.60 


6 


.6 


37 


3.7 




6' 3" 






Sr. 


/ 


5 


16 


.31 


7 


11 


.64 


5 


.7 


17 


2.4 




Burleyson, Tom 


6'3" 






So. 


3 


5 


14 


.36 


13 


20 


,.65 


12 


1.5 


23 


2.9 




Klein, Kurt 


6'5" 




Renner, Chuck 


SrT 


21 


16 


28 


.51 


6 


10 


.60 


27 


1.3 


38 


1.8 




Totals for othort not littod; 
include loom rebound. 




8 


21 


.38 


12 


17 


.71 


8 


.8 


28 


2.8 


TEAM TOTALS 




26 


975 


1875 


.52 


487 


655 


.74 


961 


37.0 


2437 


93.7 


OPPONENTS TOTALS 


26 


874 


1915 


306 


469 




766 


29 . 5 


2065 


79.4 


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INDIVIDUAL ONE GAME HIGH 

Dale Haverman 



MOST FG. 


BY 
BY 


Dale Haverman 




MOST FT 


Ron Henry 




MOST REBDS. 


Ron Henry 





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104 




1976-1977 was a sensational year for 
McKendree College basketball, as the 
Cats gained national recognition with 
their own brand of high-powered and ex- 
citing basketball. 

Returning a veteran club led by senior 
All- American candidate Dale Haverman, 
Coach Harry Statham had expectations of 
a successful season. Besides the 6'7" 
Haverman, other returnees included 6'7" 
senior Gary Vandeloo, 6 '8" senior Phil 
Souders, 5' 10" senior Chuck Renner, 
6'2" senior Mike Schaulat, 6'2" junior 
Dave Warnecke, and 6'2" sophmore Bob 
Haida. Transfers Barry Harris, 6'6" from 
Belleville Area College and Ron Henry, 
6'8" from Kansas State added to the ex- 
pectations, although Henry wouldn't be- 
come eligible until the semester break. 
Freshman ballhandler Lance Gardner 
figured to see considerable action as 
understudy to Renner. 

The 11 games of the first semester 
proved uneventful. The Cats completed 
a record of seven and four, losing to 
District 20 rivals Quincy and St. Xavier, 
as well as Hendrix, Arkansas and North- 
west Missouri State University. An early 
season injury to Chuck Renner was signi- 
ficant in the lackluster start for McKen- 
dree. 

The second semester found Renner 
healthy and Ron Henry eligible. With the 
6'8" Henry dominating the middle with re- 
bounding and scoring, and 6 '7" Haverman 
leading the scoring from long range, Mc- 
Kendree became a power. Scoring at a 
fraction under 100 points a game, the 
Bearcats won the final 15 games on the 
schedule, including victories over arch- 
rivals University of Missouri -St. Louis, 
S. I. U. -Edwardsville, Quincy College, 
and a win at Gwensboro, Kentucky over 
Kentucky Wesleyan, a five-time National 
Champion in the N. C. A. A. Division 2. 
Kentucky newspapers called the game the 
worst home -court defeat for "Wesleyan in 
20 years and the 112 McKendree points 
the highest total for a visiting team ever. 

The season was also sensational sta- 
tistically. McKendree led NAIA District 
20 in almost every offensive category, in- 
cluding points per game (97. 8), Field goal 
percentage (. 51), and free throw percen- 
tage (.74). Dale Haverman (25. 1) chal- 
lenged Illinois Wesleyan's Jack Sikma 
(26. 1), an All-American, for the scoring 



championship of the District. Mike 
Schaulat was near the top in both field - 
goal (. 58) and free-throw shooting (. 82). 
Barry Harris was a leader in free -throw 
shooting (. 824). Ron Henry challenged the 
leaders in rebounding (15. 1). 

Another highlight of the season was the 
200th win in the McKendree coaching ca- 
reer of Harry Statham. Statham 's 11 -year 
record at McKendree now stands at 211 
wins and 85 losses, giving him an average 
of 19 wins per season. In post-season 
honors, Statham was chosen NAIA Dis- 
trict 20 of the Year for 1976-77. 

The season culminated with McKendree 
being selected to participate in the post- 
season District 20 playoffs. Seeded number 
two behind Illinois Wesleyan, McKendree 
drew a bye in the first round, and then 
played Qunicy, a first round winner over 
Eureka. 

The game marked the second contest 
with Quincy in a week. The Hawks closed 
McKendree's regular season with a visit 
to the Cat's gym on Wednesday, March 23. 
McKendree won 80-75 in a slow-down con- 
test, something several of McKendree's 
opponents tried unsuccessfully during the 
season. Then the two teams had to meet 
again on the next Monday night, again at 
the Bearcat gym. Another standing-room - 
only crowd filled the tiny gymnasium, 
witnessing McKendree taking a seven 
point lead into the dressing room at half- 
time. The Cats faltered in the second half 
and eventually lost the game by a single 
point (73-72), ending a great season at 21 
and 5. Quincy lost two night later at Illi- 
nois Wesleyan by two points in overtime, 
and Wesleyan won their first two games in 
the national tournament before bowing out 
in overtime. 

Highlights of the season have to be the 
15 wins in a row, a new McKendree record 
the big win at Kentucky Wesleyan, the se- 
lection to the District 20 Playoffs, the pos- 
sibility of a professional basketball oppor- 
tunity for Dale Haverman, and a feature 
story that appeared in the St. Louis 
Globe -Democrat on February 13th en- 
titled "Little ol' McKendree". The story, 
detailing the exploits of the high -scoring 
team from Lebanon made the following 
comment: "Despite an enrollment of only 
750, the Bearcats from Lebanon, Illinois 
may be the best college basketball team in 
the St. Louis area. " 



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TEAM SHOT: Front: Ass't Coach Tom Weber, Gary Mauser, Bob Webb, 
Don Barton, Paul Cermak, Ronda Horton, Stan Ware, Rich King, and 
Ty Gericke Back: Bob Rieger, Rick Arndt, Mike Dinga, Mark Schmidt, 
Kurt Klein, Dave Warnecke, Ken Meddows, Bill Dickerson, Dale 
Krausz, Rick Brinkman, and Coach Van Smith 



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McKendree baseball team, under the leadership of head 
coach Van Smith, had high hopes for a N.A.I. A. berth at 
the beginning of the season. However, injurys mid-way 
through the season took a toll on the Bearcats. 

Impressive wins over the Illinois Institute of Technol- 
ogy and Principia College helped the Cats gain a fast 7-3 
start. Soon afterward injurys started to hamper the ball 
club. 

Dave Warnecke broke his leg in the Northeastern game. 
At the time of his injury, Dave was leading the team both 
in hitting and pitching with a .396 batting average, a 3.41 
ERA and a 2-2 record. Mike Dinga and Ken Meddows 
pulled hamstrings, and Rich Brinkman pulled a shoulder 
muscle which also hurt the team. 

Gary Mauser was the team's leading hitter with a .351 
average. Gary also led the team in hits, 26; home runs, 
9; walks, 21; and RBI's, 22. Ken Meddows was the top 
pitcher, with a 3.30 ERA. Mark Schmidt was the team's 
most valuable player. Mark led the Cats pitching staff in 
innings pitched, 64.2; strikeouts, 42; and starts, 9. 



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MILLIKEN TOURNAMENT 








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Lakeland 


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Greenville 


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Lewis & Clark 


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Blackburn 


18-16 


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Greenville 


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Blackburn 


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MacMurray 


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Blackburn 


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15-12 


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GREENVILLE TOURNAMENT 








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15- 7 


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Harris T. C. 


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1. McK vs Kaskaskia Back Row: M. Feazel, P. 
Douglas, P. Kiehna Front Row: C. Luedeman, 
K. Missey, C. Cook 

2. Pat Kiehna serves 

3. Lynn Beck does the bump 




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Kathy Hardesty serves a big one at the Greenville 

Torney. 

Lynn Beck and Paula Gross congratulate Greenville 

"B" Team. 

Paula Gross receives the serve 

Claudia Cook stretches for a hit. 

Reata Riebold sets for a fellow teammate. 

Patty Douglas goes up for a block. 

Patty Douglas passes a served ball while Pat Kie- 

hna and Claudia Cook look on. 

Karen Missey receives the serve. 

Front Row: L. Beck, M. Feazel, J. DeBourge, 

C. Luedeman, P. Kiehna, A. Crisos, R. Rei- 

bold, Coach L. Lucy Back Row: C. Cook, B. 

Hoover, D. Burk, P. Gross, K. Missey, P. 

Douglas 

Cindy Luedeman recovers the ball with a hit 

over the net. Patty Douglas and Pat Kiehna 

anticipate hit 

Janet DeBourge goes up for a spike during Green- 

ville-MacMurray game 




110 





A renewed competitive spirit vital- 
ized the returning lettermen and 
sparked the freshmen team members to 
their best season. Of course, super 
fans like "Snowman," the bus driver for 
the overnight game at Quincy, and team 
member like Bonnie Hoover, who keep 
everyone hopping, are important ingre- 
dients in a successful season. 

However, nothing can be accom- 
plished without skilled, dedicated 
players. Graduating seniors Patty 
Douglas, Pat Kiehna and Claudia Cook, 
coupled with the freshmen talent of 
Cindy Luedeman, Karen Missey and 
Bonnie Hoover were responsible for the 
team's improved record. 

Team spirit is essential. The "card 
sharks," Cindy L. , Bonnie H. , Karen 
M. , Kathy H. , and Patty D. kept the 
team excited with their games of "Oh 
heck. " The bus trips induced a confi- 
dent spirit in the team, and the volley- 
ball Cats took the court with victory in 
their hearts. 

It was not a 500 -plus season, but it 
was a season to take pride in. 



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Greenville 


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Quincy 


4 


9 


72 


Kaskaskia 


3 


5 


4 


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Lindenwood 


3 


8 


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Lewis & Clark 


3 


6 


6 


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BAC 


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Kaskaskia 


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Lindenwood 


28 


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IL State 


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1. Kathy Hardesty goes for a lay up against 
Lindenwood 

2. Bonnie Hoover and Patty Douglas scramble 
for the ball against BAC 

3. Camilla Demerre shoots 

4. Laura Percivall and Janet DeBourge watch 
from the bench as coach Lucy gives some 
instruction 

5. Cindy Luedeman drives on BAC as Bonnie 
Hoover moves into position 

6. Karen Missey shoots for two 

7. Bonnie Hoover looks for some help 

8. Patty Douglas takes aim 

9. Laura Percivall tries from the outside 
10. Bonnie Hoover receives a victory spray 

from Karen Missey and Cindy Luedeman 
1 1. Cindy Luedeman is up for two 
12. Front Row: J. DeBourge, C. Demerre, P. 

Douglas, K. Hardesty Back Row: K. Missey, 

B. Hoover, L. Percival, C. Luedeman, 

Coach L. Lucy 



113 



1 . Karen Missey looks to the hoop 

2. Bonnie Hoover gets the ball inside 

3 . Laura Percivall stretches for a rebound 

4. Patty Douglas tends Kathy Hardestys knee while 
the rest of the bench looks on and gets ready for the 
second half 

5. Cindy Luedeman brings the ball down the court 

6 . Kathy Hardesty drives with the ball and gets a 
foul from BAC 





114 



Softball 




McK. Opp. 


Logan 

Lewis and Clark 


8 4 
9 


Greenville 


2 17 


Principia 
Kaskaskia 


12 14 
21 20 


Quincy 
Monmouth 


2 8 

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1. Kneeling: Lisa Lindsay, Peggy Klein, Jenny 
Barnett, Janet DeBourge, and Cindy Luedeman 
Standing: Coach Luan Lucy, Kathy Hardesty, Diane 
Halloran, Karen Dieker, Karen Missy, Laura Perci- 
vall and Patty Douglas 

2 . Strategy session 

3. Okay Karen, let's put that ball over the plate, 
not the backstop 

4. Pre -game activities 

5 . Lisa Lindsay slams a double 

6 . Karen Missy on the mound 

7. Douglas to Dieker for an out 



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Cheerleaders 




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Golf 






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Blackburn 




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Washinton U . 




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Blackburn 




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Greenville 




lost 


Greenville 




lost 


Neil Baker 


- Medalist 




78 ave. 


strokes • 





CHEERLEADERS: Bottom: Kim Keith Middle : Tra- 
cy Zimmerman and Debby Marlen Top: Mindy 
Mernick Golf Team: Front: Tracy Miller, Tim 
Boehne, Dale Jacobs, Kevin Shinn, Neil Baker 
Back : Jerry Evans , Barry Harris , Rick Shurtz , and 
Ken Runyon 



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Academics, 
Students, 
Faculty 
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Staff 



1. Ed Streif in his 
principles of ac- 
counting class 

2. Historical display 
in Holman Library 

3. Dr. Walthers and 
Mrs. Wickes in 
biology lab 

4. Bishop McKendree 

5. Lynn Grove prepares 
historical mater- 
ial for preservation 

6. Missy Bivens and 
Laura Rick head 
"up the hill" after 
visiting the organ- 
ization's fair 

7. Deneen Center 
nears completion 
as its June, 1966, 
opening date ap- 
proaches 

8. Graduating class 
of 1878 

9. Mike Woods and 
Sue Brooks partici- 
pate in a suggestion 
exercise in para- 
psychology 

10. Your grandparents 
medicinal supplies 



Literature & 
Physical Education 







377 






COHSotJfiUT 



122 





1. Bob Hodgon, baseball coach at O'Fallon High School, relates some of the fine 
points of the game to members of baseball theory class. 

2. Joe Morgan, Dave Schwoebel, Dave Harrison and Greg Grinter practice fun- 
damentals in volleyball and Softball class. 

3. Randy Zelhart watches as Jenny Barnett punches the ball in volleyball and 
softball. 

4. Dr. Hoist conveys concepts to his organization and administration of physical 
education class. 

5. Illustrations of Mr. VanAken's ANThology for his classes of English 111 and 
112. 

6. Dean Thomilison takes advantage of the warm spring weather and natural 
surroundings to aid his lecture for fundamentals of communication. 

7. Dr. Berger helps Jerry Casey discover his abilities in English 112. 

8. Students display "intense interest" in introduction to biology. 

9. Veronica Reynolds hands in class work and discusses it with Mr. VanAken 
in the writing clinic. 






Science & 
Mathematics 





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1. Ellen Fischer and Mike Lewis acquire knowledge of advanced math 
in calculus class. 

2. Dr. Jones visualizes mathematical concepts, and relates them to 
his calculus students. 

3. Terry Winterrowd and Tracy Zimmerman choose slides of botani- 
cal specimens in general biology. 

4. Terry Winterrowd and Lynn Blanton prepare to study specimens 
in general biology. 

5. Mike Schaulat views specimen under the microscope in general 

biology. 

6. Susan Wicks, a new faculty member, lectures in general biology. 

7. John Reed, Tom Chapman, and Laura Percivall study material for 
general biology. 

8. "Yes, sometimes an overzealous professor works you to the bones. " 

9. Students strain to complete Dr. Reese's chemistry midterm. 

10. Dr. Reese remains vigilent during the general chemistry midterm. 

11. Dr. Walthers explains DNA isolation to Dallas Davis, Tegest 
Abebe and Mark Condor. 

12. Dr. Walthers awaits the gathering of DNA, a first at McKendree. 

13. Crystal Catchings, Florinda Boone and Debbie Erwin, in the chem- 
istry lab, wait for their solution to mix. 

14. Dr. Funkhouser illustrates rational numbers and fractions to his 
basic modem math class. 



125 



Teacher 
Preparation 
& Fine Arts 







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I. Keith Worley waits along side an old friend to 
talk with Mr. Freiner about music theory. 
2-3 Dr. Botchler tries to "educate" about education 
orientation to future teachers. 

4-6 Fred Meyer helps open the door to innovation in 
his methods of teaching social studies. 

7. Sammy Griesbach practices intently with the 
musical guidance of Robin Seiber. 

8. A joint effort by Mr. Freiner and Dr. Berger in 
the presentation of the "Begger's Opera" for voice 
majors at McKendree. 

9. Valerie Lapp tries to capture the force and form 
of the park-like atmosphere of front campus in be- 
ginning figure. 

10. Bob Rhoads and Robert Roth plan their projects 
in beginning figure. 

II. Shirley Ferry, Elaine Malvaso, and Todd Reigle 
discuss methods of etching with Mr. Drake in print 
class. 



127 



Social Sciences 




128 




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1. Mr. Gruber's money and banking class convenes. 

2. Dr. Cole reviews his notes before his U. S. his- 
tory class. 

3. Dr. Kovac conveys foreign policy and strategies 
to his Soviet foreign policy class. 

4. American constitutional history class students 
listen intently to Dr. Kovac 's insights into the 
constitution. 

5. Dr. Owen levels while communicating his con- 
cepts to students after seminar in loss and grief. 

6. Guest lecturer in seminar in parapsychology, Dr. 
Faye Starr, demonstrates a pendulum used for 
communicating with psychic powers. 

7. Mr. Strief 's fundamentals of accounting students 
remain after calss for further clarification. 

8. Lyndel and Mark Messmore, with Dee Crawford 
experiment with auto-suggestion technique in semi- 
nar in parapsychology. 

9. Seminar in social movements; Kevin Butler pre- 
sents a film strip of the modern women's movement. 

10. Mrs. Owen delivers a supplemental lecture for 
her husband's seminar in loss and grief. 



129 



Seniors 




LaRENE ANDERSON 


RANDY BECK 


JANET BOWERMASTER 


Tuscola, IL 


Casey ville,. IL 


Belleville, IL 


Elementary Education 


History 


English/ Sociology 


TERRY ANDERSON 


DARRELL BEST 


SUSAN BROOKS 


Millstadt, IL 


Bethalto, IL 


Lebanon, IL 


Elementary Education 


Business Administration 


Psychology 


LaNELL BAYLER 


BILL BIERMAN 


ARTHUR BROWNLIE 


Wood River, IL 


Steelville, IL 


Belleville, IL 


Psychology / Soc iology 


English/ Psychology 


Art Education 



KAREN BURGESS 
Collinsville, IL 
Business Administration 
TOM BURLEYSON 
Centralia, IL 
Physical Education 
KEVIN BUTLER 
Minne tonka, MN 
Business Administration 



JOE CACIANO 
Fairview Heights, IL 
Business Ad. /Accounting 
NANCY CAPONI 
Millstadt, IL 
Human Services 
PAUL CERMAK 
Belleville, IL 
English 



130 




GEORGIA COSTELLO 
Belleville, IL 
Physical Education 
PHYLLIS CROWDER 
Columbia, IL 
English 



CATHY CUMMINS 
Fairfield, IL 
English 
BOYD DAVIS 
Summerfield, IL 
Physical Education 



CINDY DISS 

Owaneco, IL 

Music Education 

BILL AND PATTY DOUGLAS 

Lebanon, IL 

Physical Douglas 



MELANIE FEAZEL 
Cahokia, IL 
Physical Education 
ELLEN FISCHER 
Alton, IL 
Mathematics/ Psychology 



BARB CLAYTON 
Fairfield, IL 
Elementary Education 
PETER COLLINS 
Lebanon, IL 

Speech-Communication 
CLAUDIA COOK 
Sciota, IL 
English/ Psychology 




1. John Read and Sharon Massears performing 
in THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE. 

2. Art Brownlie sands down his project. 



131 




MARK GIFFORD 

Belleville, IL 

Speech- Communication 

JOACHIM GIGER 

Belleville, IL 

Business Administration 



Tom Helfrich was a re- 
cent recipient of the Order 
of Lincoln Student Achieve- 
ment Award. He was one of 
fifty-five winners to be 
named on Saturday, Nov- 
ember 6 in Springfield, ILL. 
Each winner was presented 
with a medal and a $100. 00 
cash prize by Gov. Dan Wal- 
ker at an impressive setting 
in the House of Representa- 
tives. A luncheon in the 
Executive Mansion followed. 



1. Mark Allen teaches the 
fundamentals of football. 

2. Dale Haverman receives 
the Lou Vessly Award. 



JOE GRIMOLDI 
St. Louis, MO 
Personnel Management 
NANCY HAMPLEMAN 
Lebanon, IL 
Elementary Education 



SHERRY HAMPTON 
Belleville, IL 
Biology/ Psychology 
GINA HARLAN 
Granite City, IL 
Elementary Education 



SANDY HARMANN 
Freeburg, IL 
Elementary Education 
STEVE HARRIS 
Fairview Heights, IL 
Business Administration 




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CHARLES HEADLY 
Alton, IL 

Religion/ Philosophy 
TOM HELFRICH 
Belleville, IL 
Accounting/History 
JIM HERRIN 
Lebanon, IL 
Politcal Science 



132 




LESLEY HOFFMANN 
New Baden, IL 
Business Administration 
RANDY HOUT 
Centralia, IL 
Philosophy 
BETTY HUGHES 
East St. Louis, IL 
Psychology 



CATHY HUTSON 
Coffeen, IL 
Sociology/ Psychology 
GREG JONES 
Alton, IL 
Physical Education 
KENNETH JOSEPH 
Freeburg, IL 
Administration of Justice 



JOHN KAZEE 

Dupo, IL 

Music Education/Voice 

PAT KIEHNA 

Pinckneyville, IL 

Accounting/Business Ad. 

PENNY KIR BY 

Belleville, IL 

Business Administration 



STEVE KIRCHGRABER 

Belleville. IL 

Voice/Applied Music 

BARBARA KOEBEL 

Lebanon, IL 

History 

MARK KOESTERER 

O'Fallon IL 

Business Administration 



MARTHA KORTE 
Lebanon. IL 
Elementary Education 
VIRGINIA KRAUS 
Scott AFB, IL 
Psychology 
KAREN LAGER 
Breese, IL 
Biology 



133 




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JOE LANIUS 
Cahokia, IL 
Accounting 
ANN LILLY 
O'Fallon, IL 
Music 

TRINA LYONS 
East Alton, IL 
Physical Education 



ELAINE MALVASO 
O'Fallon, IL 
Art 

SARA MANLEY 
Belleville, IL 

Elementary Ed. /Psychology 
DEBBIE MARLEN 
East Carondelet, IL 
Business Administration 



randy McAllister 

Lebanon, IL 
Accounting/Business AD 
NELSON McATEE 
Mt. Vernon, IL 
Physical Education 
TOM McHUGH 
Staunton, IL 
English 



KEN MEDDOWS 
Trenton, IL 
Management 
MINDY MERNICK 
Dupo , IL 

Elementary Education 
LYNNDEL MESSMORE 
Lebanon, IL 
Psychology 



MARK MESSMORE 
Lebanon, IL 
Psychology 
MARY MILAZZO 
Belleville, IL 
History 
NANCY MOG 
Lebanon, IL 
English 



134 





KERRY PACE 


RICK PENNY 


MARY PORTER 


St. Louis, MO 


Caseyville, IL 


O'Fallon, IL 


Sociology 


Chemistry 


Political Science 



V .XI 'i 



DALE MORRIS 


BARBARA MUELLER 


Belleville, IL 


Belleville, IL 


Religion/Psychology 


History 


DANA MORTON 


JOHN MULLET 


Millstadt, IL 


Belleville, IL 


Elementary Education 


History/ Sociology 




1. Rob Rick stars as Major Swindon in McKen- 
dree's fall production. 

2. Dr. Owen and some of his students from the 
Death and Dying class. 

3. Sara Manley in Voigt office 



US 




JOHN POTTHAST 
Pierron, IL 
Accounting 
JOHN READ 
Alton, IL 
Physical Education 
RICHARD REITER 
Lebanon, IL 
Biology 



CHUCK RENNER 
Belleville, IL 
Accounting 
BOB RHODES 
Plainview, IL 
Elementary Education 
ROBERT RICK 
Fairview Heights, IL 
Business Ad. /Speech- 
Comm. 



DARLA RIDDLE 
Belleville, IL 
Elementary Education 
NANCY RUSSELL 
Granite City, IL 
Elementary Education 
MIKE SCHAULAT 
Collinsville, IL 
Chemistry 



SHARON SCHILLING 
New Athens, IL 
Elementary Education 
MARK SCHMIDT 
Belleville, IL 
Physical Education/Soc. 
JOE SCHMITT 
Fairview Heights, IL 
Psychology/ Sociology 



GARY SCHWOEBEL 
Belleville, IL 
Social Sciences 
MARY SCOTT 
Belleville, IL 
Speech- Communication 
ED SINCLAIR 
Venice, IL 
Pre-Theology 



136 




TRACY SNYDER 

Belleville, IL 

English 

PHIL SOUDERS 

Belleville, IL 

Business Administration 

RANDY STRUBE 

Belleville, IL 

History 



DIANE TREDWAY 
Lebanon, IL 
Elementary Education 
JOYCE TRIGGS 
Lebanon, IL 
English 
TIM TRIGGS 
Lebanon, IL 
P. E. /Sociology 



GARY VANDELOO 

Belleville, IL 

Sociology 

JOHN VIDAKOVICH 

East Alton, IL 

Speech- Communication 

MARY VOEGELE 

Fairview Heights, IL 

Human Services 



SANDY WARD 
Bartelso, IL 
Accounting 
CHRIS WESSELMAN 
Marissa, IL 
Elementary Education 
JAN WILBER 
Jacksonville, IL 
Sociology 



WADE WOLF 

Collinsville, IL 

Art 

CHARLES WOOD 

O'Fallon, IL 

Social Sciences 

STEVEN WOOLERY 

Lebanon, IL 

Business Administration 






Juniors 




Lydia Abebe Dennis Bauers Lynn Beck Steve Bott Dan Bryan Tom Charpman 

Tegest Abebe Sheila Baugh Donna Boisseau Deb Brandenburger Mark Brown Janean Cherry 

Don Barton Shirley Baugh Florinda Boone Marsha Brasel Crystal Catchings Tom Clark 




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Joni Coclasure 

Joesphine 

Donahue 


Shirley Ferry 


James Heberer 


Richard Knowles 


James Gehrs 


Kirk Hinson 


Bob Koch 


Lance Durkee 


Diane Halloran 


Cheryl Ing 


Jana Kosydor 


Paul Erwin 


Earl Hamilton 


Toby Johnston 




Kathy Feder 


Bary Harris 


Pam Jones 





1. Messiah and the pinch 

2. Greek goddess and the workbrush 

3. Homecoming: candid 











1. Maxine Ward receives financial counseling. 

2. Debbie Marlin takes time to sit in the sunshine. 



Pat McKinney 
Joe Morgan 
Dwight Nolden 
Greg Pelland 
John Pepper 



Jeffrey Pirtle 
Dave Potthast 
Carolyn Powell 
Alex Prather 
Todd Reigle 



Reata Riebold 
Shirley Riles 
Terry Saska 
Cindy Schmitz 
Barb Schomaker 



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Marvouneen 


Pamela Skinner 


Susan Thoele 


Chris Vincent 


Steve Waller 


Shannon 


Cathy Smith 


James Thurnau 


Robert Walker 


Dave Warnecke 


Kathi Shaw 


Steven Tempia 


Deborah Verges 


Vickie Wallace 


Nancy Widicus 


John Shirutis 











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Sophomores 



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1. Studying together 
pass quicker. 

2. Paula Wyss makes 
the hill. 


always makes the time 
her way to a class on 


3. Laura Percivall demonstrates the soft 
touch of women's Basketball. 


4. 


A sunny afternoon 


on Deneen Patio 



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Jane Haley 


Ronda Horton 


Dale Krausz 


Myron Hanna 


David Huelsmann 


Lisa Lindsay 


Jim Harlan 


Kurt Klein 


Brenda Maine 


Dave Harrison 


Peggy Kleine 


June Maloney 


Charles Hendrey 


Messiah Kolokolo 


Nancy Martin 



1. A lazy afternoon on the shady front campus 

2. Bobby Polka, soccer Bearcat 

3. Stan the Man, toots his horn 

4. Halloween Ball in Upper Deneen 







1. Dave Schwoebel takes an ice cream break — it's 
good for the voice. 

2. Soccer fans support their favorite team. 

3. McKendree's version of the "Gong Show" featuring 
David Brenner, Cher and John Wayne 



Linda Masters 


Greg Nold 


Susan Peters 


Mattie McNair 


Louise Nolden 


Cindy Powell 


Debby Mc Nelly 


Keith Mess 


Kevin Pritchett 


Barbara Mellulis 


Frances Pearce 


Laura Rick 


Linda Nelson 


Donna Peters 


Bob Rieger 



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David Schwoebel 
Marsha Shane 
Karen Sikora 



Annette Simpson 
Michael Smith 
Mark Starwalt 



Leslie Strickland 
Ava Tarrant 
James Timper 



Norma Towhill 
Sara-Vinyard 
Maxine Ward 



Cindy Wiess 

Maurice 

Williams 



Keith Worley 
Laura Zeugin 




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Freshmen 





Michael Acton 
Ann Adams 
Nan Adams 
Valerie Ahart 
Jennifer Aitken 





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Larry Baldus 
Jennifer Barnett 
David Bayler 
Beverly Beck 



Larry Beerman 
Jerry Bengaman 
Daniel Boss let 
Glenda Boxdorfer 
Lynn Bujnak 



Debbie Burger 
Rafael Chavez 
Pamela Collins 
Gaytha Cooley 
Joann Crager 



Michael Cramer 
Linda Davidson 
Dianna Davis 
Jackie Davison 
Janet DeBourge 



Susan DeHart 
Camilla Demaree 
Maggi Depper 
Terri Driggers 
Dee Dugger 



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Lloyd Elmore 


Don Fro Ike r 


Tyrresa Engle 


Lance Gardner 


Debbie Erwin 


Ty Gericke 


Karen Evanko 


Paula Gross 


Mary Fortner 


Don Haida 



1. Tony Salinas and Dr. Thomlison have a conference on the lawn. 

2. Kim Keith and Celia Almond during the Homecoming festivities. 

3. Myron Hanna watching in the laboratory. 

4. Rev. Anderson and Essie from THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE. 










1. Tom Milliner and Cindy Luedeman — the cutest Homecoming couple 

2. Sue DeHart enjoying her front campus park bench. 



Dale Jacobs 
Thomas Johnson 
Cynthia Jones 
David Kalhein 
Douglas Koltz 



Kim Keith 

Erik Klein . y 

Madonna Knowles sJRTl 
John Kowalis fcSf 

Valerie Lapp 



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Norton 


Veronica 


Larry Latinette 


Cindy Luedeman 


Newcomb III 


Reynolds 


Raymond Leslie 


Joe Mayer 


Sharon Owen 


Robert Roth 


Re nee Lewis 


Anne Meyer 


Tim Pearce 


James Rudy 


Margie Lipe 


Tracy Miller 


Gloria Pearson 


Kenneth Runyon 


Regina Lowry 


Karen Missey 


Robert Prescott 


John Schomaker 



Sandra Shields 
Richard Shurtz 
Alyson Smith 
Sherry Surber 
Dee Walker 



Tillman Williams 
Terry Winterrowd 
Michael Woods 
Kevin Zeeb 
Tracy Zimmerman 




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Pictures Not Taken 






Albrecht, Robert 3 

Alexander, Pearlie 4 

Allen, R. Mark 4 

Aquila, Barbara 1 

Ardnt, Richard 3 

Baker, David 4 

Baker, Neil 1 

Barbin, Bev 3 

Barkley, Don 4 

Barth, Robert 3 

Bassler, John 3 

Benfield, Laretha Sp 

Bennett, Sheila 3 

Bennett, Shonna 3 

Berger, Mark 2 

Best, Loren Sp 

Bevirt, Dennis 4 

Black, Kathryn 2 

Blackorby, Richard 2 

Blandford, Shirley 3 

Blanton, Lynn 3 

Boiling, Ida 4 

Boonvie , Jerome 3 

Borkowski, Ronald 4 

Borsch, Mary 1 

Borutta , Kevin 4 
Botterbush, Raymond 

3 

Bowman, Lois 4 

Boyd, Marilyn Sp 

Boyd, Phillip 2 

Boyle, Katherine 1 

Braun, Allyn 3 

Brawley, Ronald 3 
Breckenridge , Russell 

1 

Brewer, Lawrence 4 

Brinker, Virgel 4 

Brinkman, Ricky 3 

Brockway, Rita 4 

Bronder, Robert 4 

Brooks, Lois 4 

Brooks, Robert 4 

Brown, Bruce 3 

Brown, Carol 3 

Brown, David 3 

Brownfield, Jule 3 

Brownfield, Sharon Sp 

Broyles, Victoria 3 
Brueggeman, Delrose 

4 

Bull, Larry 1 

Burge, Kenneth 3 

Burgess, Samuel 1 

Burk, Jeannine 3 

Burns, Gary 3 

Burroughs, Kent 3 

Busch, Alva 3 

Byrne, Alvin 3 

Capozzi, Nicholas 4 

Cassady, Michael 3 

Chapman, Deborah 2 

Chrisos, Angela 3 

Christie, Theresa 3 
Ciccocioppo, Michael 
4 

Clark, Charles 3 

Clements, David 2 

Clemons, Delbert 4 

Conder, Mark 3 

Cooke , Larry 4 

Coffey, James 4 

Coggeshall, Myra 4 

Cooper, John 4 

Cooper, Thomas 3 

Cortner, Art 4 

Cowan, James 4 

Cramer, Tere 1 

Crawford, Dave 4 

Crawford, Dee 4 



Cunningham, Richard 

4 

Dace, Percy 4 

Dahm, James 3 

Daniel, Betty Sp 

Davis, Carole 1 

Davis, Dallas 4 

Davison, Mara 2 

Day, Carol 3 

Day, James 4 

DeBourge, Glenda 3 

DeRoode, Bob 2 

Desaulniers, Paul' 4 

Diel, Judy '-' 3 

Dotts, Libby 2 

Downs, David 4 

Downs, James 3 

DeBois, Patricia 4 

Dreith, Marjorie 3 

Dunn, Robert 3 

Dyer, Robert 4 

Easter, Elizabeth 2 

Emerson, Marie 3 

Evans, Janet Sp 

Ezell, Thomas 4 

Fairs, Sandra 3 

Fawcett, Jack 4 

Feltrop, Norbert 1 

Feltman, Renee 4 

Fisher, Dennis 4 

Fleming, Gary 3 

Ford, James 1 

Ford, Rhonda 1 

Fossie, Beverly 4 

Franklin, Kathleen 4 

Franklin, Sally 2 

Frasier, Daniel 3 

Fritz, Howard 4 

Freiner, Colleen Sp 

Fuller, Leroy 3 

Funkhouser, Carol 3 

Galloway, Robert 4 

Gardner, Portia 3 

Gass, Judy 3 

Gathing, De lores Sp 

Geulther, Kathy 3 

Gleeson, James 3 

Gilreiths, Curtis 3 

Goforth, Glenn 2 

Goodman, Robert 3 

Goodwin, James 3 

Grah, Steve 2 

Grant, Phyliss 4 

Greer, Donald 4 

Griesbach, Shirley 3 

Grinter, Gregory 1 

Grinter, Robin 4 

Griswold, Colleen 4 

Gulliam, Mark 3 

Gumbrecht, Susan Sp 

Gustafsen, Richard 3 

Haas, Gene 3 

Habermehl, Martha 1 

Haida, Bob 2 

Hain, Dale 4 

Hamilton, Eric 3 

Harrell, James 3 

Harris, Theresa 3 

Harris, Timothy 3 

Haverman, Dale 4 

Heard, Cheryl 4 

Heberer, James 3 

Hefferman, Mark 3 

Heinley, Wendal 4 

Henke , Robert 3 

Henry, Ron 2 

Hertz, Robert 4 

Herzog, David 4 

Hoover, Cindy 2 

Horton, Maurice 1 



Horton, Norris 3 

Hosto, Norma 2 

Howard, Patricia 3 

Hughes, Maureen 3 

lezzi, Luciano 2 

Inman, Robert Sp 

Jefferson, Doris 3 

Jefferson, James 4 

Jenkins, Scott 3 

Johnson, Janet 1 

Kamper, Charles 3 

Karraker, Alan 2 

Karrigan, Kevin 2 

Kelleher, Michael 3 

Kelly, Scott 1 

Kelly, Victoria 4 

King, Richard 1 

Klemme, Carol 1 

Knewitz, Gloria 4 

Knies, Aurelia 3 

Knight, Mattie 2 

Koch, Sharon 3 

Koerber, Mark 4 

Kohl, Thomas 4 

Kohler, Harry 4 

Kohler, Helen 3 

Kolheim, David 1 

Kolokolo, Messiah 2 
Korper, Christopher 4 

Kubiak, Mary 4 

Kuehne , Alan 1 

Kuhl, Phyliss 2 

Kulasza, John 2 

Ladd, Jack 3 

Lancey, Betty 3 
Langenstein, Carole 4 

Lauer, David 4 

Laughlin, Judith 3 

Lawson, Joseph 3 

Layman, Carl 4 

Lechner, Larry 1 

Lee , Richard 4 

Lemons, Kimberly 2 

Lilly, Barbara 4 

Lindsay, Lisa 2 

Lirely, Stephen 4 

Lowry, Rodney 4 

McCune , Shirley 3 

McDonald, Charles 3 

McDuffy, Michael 4 

McGavrock, Velva 4 

McGreevy, Mary 2 

Mcllvoy, Patricia 3 

McManus, Thomas 2 

McNeill, Donald 3 

Malvaso, Elaine 4 
Manderville, Harold 3 

Mandley, Calvin 4 

Mann, Linda 4 

Maschoff, Julie 4 

Mathena, James 4 

Mauser, Gary 4 

Mayer, Mary 2 

Meyer, Coleta Sp 

Meyer, Ernest 4 

Meyer, Paul 2 

Miller, Timothy 2 

Milliner, Thomas 1 

Miltenberger, Ken Sp 

Minioli, Edson 2 

Mitchell, John Sp 

Moeller, Barbara 4 

Mogadam, Hossein 3 

Moody, Nancy 1 

Moody, Sharon 4 

Morley, Cheryl 1 

Mourlan, Jeffrey 3 

Mullett, John ' 4 

Mumaw, Gary 4 

Mumaw, Jo Ann 2 



Munie, Debra 1 

Munie, Karen 2 

Muskopf, Donald 4 

Myers, Jean 4 

Neumann, Nancy Sp 

Neumann, Glenn 3 

Newcomb, Mary Sp 

Newgent, Lorraine 4 

Nermann, James 3 

Newsome , James 3 

Niblett, Henry 4 
Nichols, Charles, Jr. 

3 

Nichols, James 3 

Notolli, Edna 3 

Nuckols, Virgil 2 

Nizinski, Theodore 3 

Nonn, Stephen 3 
Oberrnagel, George 3 

Odenwald, Roland 3 

Oerter, John 3 

Olds, Marjorie Sp 

Olson, David 4 

Overton, Adrienne 2 

Owen, Stephanie Sp 

Palmer, Michael 3 

Parish, Elsie 3 

Patterson, Richard 3 

Pearce, Frances 2 

Penny, Scott 3 

Percivall, Laura 1 

Plata, Minnie 4 

Polka, Robert 2 

Pollard, Linda Sp 

Poorman, Joyce 3 

Powers, Peggy Sp 

Powers, Peter 3 

Quintana, Anthony 2 

Radford, Bennie 2 

Ramirez, Richard 4 

Range, James 4 

Ruerge, Ross 3 

Rapp, Norbert 4 

Ray, Don 4 

Reeb, Michael 3 

Reed, Alice Sp 

Reinkoester, Casey 1 

Reynolds, Dorothy 4 

Rhoads, Lucille Sp 

Rhoads, Robin 1 

Rice, Tamara 1 

Riebold, James 4 

Rieger, Gary 4 

Ritenour, Donald 3 

Rizzi, Robert 3 

Robinson, Bonnie 2 

Rogers, Gary 4 

Romius, William 2 

Rotach, Ronald Sp 

Royston, Melvin 1 

Rynders, Michael 4 

Sailors, Susan 1 

Sakessko, Everett 3 

Sanders, Rusty 4 
Sanderson, Lawrence 

4 

Sass, David 2 

Schaefer, Hollis 4 

Scheidel, Nancy 4 

Schrage , Wayne 3 

Schulz, Dorothy 3 

Schwarz, Lynn 3 

Seim, Norman 3 

Self, Toni 3 

Shaw, Kathi 2 

Sheffler, Sandra 3 

Shepherd, Byrd Sp 

Shields, Marva 1 

Shinn, Kevin 3 

Skeeters, Gary 3 



Smith, Dale 4 

Smith, David 1 

Smith, Dionne 1 

Smith, Velvet 3 

Snyder, Brian 4 

Sorensen, Steve 4 

Spears, Michael 4 

Stanley, Tom 4 

Steele, James 3 

Stennis, Bruce 4 

Stevenson, Eric 2 

Stokes, Paul 4 
Stupperrich, Bernice 3 

Suydam, David 3 

Swaims, James 3 

Studricki, Dolores 3 

Tallant, James 3 

Taylor, Michael 3 

Tedford, Gary 4 

ter Kuile , Dorothy Sp 

Thomas, Becky 3 

Thomas, Hattie 4 

Thomas, Jean 3 

Tidwell, Bobby 1 

Tillman, Carol 2 

Tisch, Carolyn 4 

Tretter, John 4 

Trotter, Bruce 4 

Tune, Ronald 3 

Tuten, Franklin 3 

Uhley, Paula Sp 

Verges, Robert 4 

Verges, Roberta 1 
Vielweber, Charlotte 

4 

Vining, James 4 

Voyles, John 4 

Walker, David 1 

Walther, Laurett 2 

Ware, Stanley 1 

Warmington, Mary 4 

Webb, Robert 4 

Welles, John 4 

Wells, Barry 3 

Wells, Richard 3 

West, Lisa 3 

Whipple, David 3 

Whitaker, Jeffrey 3 

White, Joyce 4 

Whitney, William 4 

Wicks, Suzanne Sp 

Wilkins, Richard 4 

Williams, Deborah 4 

Williams, James 4 

Williams, Thomas 2 

Williams, Willie 4 

Wilson, Harold 3 

Wilson, John 4 

Wilson, Marion, Jr. 1 

Wilson, Michael 3 

Wimberly, Gordon 4 

Wittenouer, Jolene 3 

Woelfel, Thomas 3 

Woods, Veda 3 

Wright, Gordon 3 

Wright, Larry 3 

Wyss, Paula 2 

Yeager, Thomas 3 

Young, Bruce 4 

Zubrzycki, Patricia 2 

Zutter, Diana 4 



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Chief Administrators 




Julian Murphy PRESIDENT 

BA, AM Stetson U. 

MA Harvard & Fafts (Fletcher School) 

EdD., U. of Massachusetts 

Thomas Darrah 
V.P. Student Affairs 
BS, M. Ed. Kent State 

Vernon O. Snead 
V.P. Financial Affairs 
BS SIU, MS Indiana U. 



Leo R. Downey 

V.P. Academic Affairs 

BS, MA, PhDFordhamU. 

Reed Martin Stewart 

V.P. for Development 

BS Indiana State U 

MDD Garrett Theological Seminary 

MS, PhD. Indiana U 



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Faculty 




Ted Anderson 

Asst. Prof. Biology, BA U. of Kansas 

PHD St. Louis U. 



Evelyn Best 

English, BA Bernard College, 

MA U of Mass. 



Yvon Baber 

Prof. Spanish & French, AB, MA U. of 

Oxford, MA St. Louis U. 



Stan Bochtler 

Assoc. Prof, of Ed. , BS, MS, PHD, 

SIU-C. 



Jere S. Berger 

English & Speech Communications, 
BA, STB, STM, MFA, PHD 
Carnegie-Mellon U. 

Mure 11 a Bosse 

Asst. Prof, of Psychology, BS 

Ind. U, MS SIU, PhD Wash. U. 



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Robert Brown 

Prof, of Sociology, AB McKendree, 

MA George Peabody 



Lawrence D. Bryan 
Asst. Prof, of Religion G College 
Chaplain, BA Muskingum College, 
PhD Northwestern U. 



Dwayne Cole 

Prof, of History, BA Northwestern, 

MA U of Minn. , PhD St. Louis U. 



James Drake 

Art, BFA U of Cincinnati, MFA, SIU 



Fred Fleming 

Prof, of Biology, BS Ind. Normal U. MS U of Wyoming 



Glenn H. Freiner 

Prof, of Music & Div. of Fine Arts Chairman, AB McKendree, 

MM Drake U. 



Paul S. Funkhouser 

Asst. Prof, of Chemistry, BS McKendree, MS, PhD Purdue U. 



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George L. Gruber 

Business, MBA Arizona State U. 



William Hodge 

Art, BS SIU, MFA U of Iowa 



Don Hoist 

Physical Ed, BS Emporia, MS U of Mo. , D. Ed. Montana 

State U 



James A. Jackson 

Director Administration of Justice, BS SIU, MA SSU-Springfield 



Douglas Jones Jean Kirts 

Math, BA U of Oklahoma, MA U of Oklahoma, PhD Iowa State Asst. Prof, of Phys Ed. , BS Lindenwood College, MS Indiana U. 

U. 



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John Eugene Kovac 

Prof, of Political Science BA, MA 

Western Mich U PHD U of Utah 

Philip W. Neale 
Asst. Prof of Philosophy, BA 
College of Wooster, BD, MA, 
PhD Vanderbilt U 



Janet McReynolds 

Prof, of Ed. , BA Iowa Wesleyan, MS, 

Central Mo. State U PhD SIU 



Emerial L. Owen Jr. 
Prof of Ed, Sociology, and 
Psychology, AB McKendree, 
EdM St. Louis U, PhD St. 
Louis U. 



Frederick A. Meyer 

Asst. Prof, of Ed. , BS Concordia, MA 

Western Reserve U. 



Howard L. Porter 

Asst. Prof, of Physics, BS 

Arizona State U, MS Arizona 

State 



Myron Reese 

Prof of Chemistry, BS Cal. 
State College, PhD U of 
Notre Dame 



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Orville Schanz 

Prof of Music, AB McKendree, M. Ed 

Drake U 



Robin Seiber 

Piano G Music, Mannes College of Music, 

MM SIU 



Lee Starr 

Asst. Prof of English, BA MacMurray 

College, MA, PhD U of 111. 



Harry M. Statham 

Phys Ed & Athletic Director, Basketball 

Coach, BA McKendree, MS of 111. 



Frank Stiers 

Prof, of History, A B Yale, MA, PhD 

Washington U. 



Edward Streif 

Business Ad, AB McKendree, MBA 

St. Louis U 



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Dean Thomlison 

Speech-Communication, Division of Lang, and Lit Chairman, 

BA Oklahoma Baptist U, MA, PhD SIU-C. 



Curtis L. Trainer 

Prof, of Ed. Division of Teacher Preparation Chairman, BS 

SIU-C, MS U of 111. Ed D Washington U. 



David H. Van Aken 

Prof, of English, BA, MA SIU 



William G. Walther 

Asst. Prof, of Biology, BA Hartwich College, PhD State U of 

N.Y. 



Suzanne Wicks 

BS McKendree MA Washington U. 



Elizabeth Zelman 

Asst. Prof, of Anthropology & Sociology, BA , MA U of Mo. , 

PhD U of Michigan. 



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Staff 




Chris Becker 

Secretary to Director of Physical Plant 

Sharon Brownfield 
Accounts Payable 



Dottie Bennett 
Secretary to Librarian 

Thomas Burk 

Staff Consultant and Area Service Center 



Lorraine Brownfield 
Secretary to President 

Robert H. Burk 

Asst. Dean of Admissions 



Betty Cornell 

Secretary to the Registrar 



Carolyn Corstange 

Secretary/ Office Manager Area Service 

Center 



Veronica Cunningham 
Library Assistant 



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Betty Dorencamper 


Robert Eskridge 


Janet Evans 


Transcript Secretary 


Program Administrator; Adult Continu- 
ing Education Services 


Accounts Receivable 


Jerry Evans 


Nancy Ferguson 


Sue Ferrier 


Asst. to the Vice President for Student 


Secretary to Languages and Literature 
Department and Social Sciences 


Secretary to the Registrar 


Annette Tippin Gordon 


Raymond Grinter 


Lynn A . Grove 


Scott AFB Coordinator, Veteran Affairs 


Director, Area Service Center for Gifted 


Head Librarian 


Officer 


Education 





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Jill Haselhorst 

Secretary to Dean of Administration 



Mary Henman 

Director of Health Service 



Doris Jefferson 
Library Assistant 



David Krause 

Director of Financial Aid 



Phyllis Kuhl 

Director of Deneen Center 



Peggy McAllister 

Secretary to Director of Athletic 



Hal Montague 
Dean of Admissions 



JoAnn Montague 
Registrar 



Judith Morgan 
Accountant 



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William Mueller 

Director of Public Relations 

Erma Murphy 
Bookkeeper 

Mary Ann Newcomb 

Secretary to the Vice President for 

Financial Affairs 



Jo Ann Mum aw 

Secretary to the Vice President for 

Student Affairs 

Deborah Neider 

Campus Operator and Cashier 

Marjorie J. Olds 
Director of Food Service 



David Munoz 
Bookstore Manager 

Robert Neider 

Assistant Business Manager 

Ruthellen Pegg 

Director of Communications Center 






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Virginia M. Pepper 

Development Office - Alumni Records 



Norbert O. Rapp 
Director of Physical Plant 



Fred K. Robinson 
Dean of Administration 



Barbara Schmitt 
Communications Center Clerk 



Connie Stamper 
Admissions Counselor 



Karen Stanfield 
Assistant Librarian 



Roxanne Stevenson 

Secretary to the Dean of Admissions 



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Valerie Thaxton 
Head Resident 

Alma C. Weik 
Development Office 



LaDoris Weber 

Secretary to Director of Financial Aids 

Doris Wolfslau 

Secretary to the Vice President for Development 



A.J. Woods 

Associate Director of Admissions 



Ann LaRea Zimmerlee 

Secretary to the Vice President for Academic Affairs 



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Cafeteria And Maintenance 




Louise Hall, Food Service; Margaret Webster, Food Service; Geraldine Nailing, Food Service; Gayle Thorson, Food Service; Francis 

Burns, Food Service; Elva Boone, Food Service; Margaret Giger, Food Service. 

Boyd Davis, Security; Edward Dennis, Custodian; Thomas Dorencamper, Maintenance; Mary Eisel, Custodian. 

Richard Eisel, Custodian; John Fischer, Electrician, Ray Frisby, Sr. , Security; Gary Goetter, Security. 



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Roy Ward had to leave 
.vork in September. It was 
found he was suffering 
from a brain tumor. The 
future looks bleak for Roy, 
but those who know him 
will always remember him 
fondly. 



Onita Haeuber, Food Service; William Harmon, Maintenance; William Harris, Groundsman; Chuck Klein, Custodial Supervisor. 
Tom Bradey, Custodian; Frances Lautenschlaeger, Food Service; George Lyons, Conditioning; Robert McCabe, Custodian. 
Michael McDuffy, Custodian; Calvin Mandley, Custodian; Virginia Mauck, Food Service; Walter Mueller, Custodian. 
Glen Podesva, Custodian; Joan Schroeder, Custodian; Walter Smith, Custodian; Becky Thomas, Custodian. 
James Ward, Custodian; Roy Ward, Maintenance; Stewart Webster, Custodian; Pat Zeeb, Custodian. 



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A streak across campus at 2:00 in the morning. 
Fire alarms in the wee hours . Buckets of water out 
the windows. Barnett's maids decorating Baker 3rd. 
Co-ed slip and slide contests. The swirly. Fraternal 
abductions . Geology club meetings at the rock pile . 
King of the coronation court. A homecoming soccer 
game. The Christmas party at Trenton. Extended in- 
terdorm visitation. The roof-men of Baker. Char- 
lie's angels. Pot's heads. Automobile touring be- 
tween the dormitories . Jar night follies . Being 
poured into bed . Waking with a splitting head . Pulling 
allnighters. Cramming. Barnett's unwelcomed visi- 
tors. 

What does old McKendree think about these antics 
and escapades? After all, good ol* McK isn't as 
young as it used to be. One hundred and forty nine 
years. That's getting on in age. If McK had a weak 
heart her children's pranks might cause it to stop. 
But it hasn't. 

01' McKendree just smiles at the rambunctiousness 
of its children. It's part of growing up. Part of the 
indoctrination into adulthood. It's letting off the 
pressure created by the need for academic achieve- 
ment while suffering the strains of transition into a 
new phase of life. 

The years march on. The impressive century and a 
half mark, known as the sesquicentennial, is only a 
year distant. "Faith in the future" for the coming 
epoch comes from "pride in the past. " 

This past year, these past four years created a 
pride in the graduates to face the future with faith . 
Faithful that we can stand up to life as courageously 
and successfully as McKendree has stood up to the 
test of time . We face the future with pride in our 
past. Pride in our achievements and moments of tri- 
umph, and proud that we can continue on from our 
mistakes and low times . 

McKendree made its mistakes and had low times, 
but continued striving toward greater achievements 
and triumphs. We are part of the triumph. Every 
graduating student is a triumph for McKendree . A 
graduate is someone who McKendree had a profound 
affect on. 

McKendree is old, but it's as young as its newest 
student. It has a lot of heart, a strong heart. A heart 
strong enough and big enough to laugh at its follies 
and its children's follies, and continue ever onward. 
Maybe that's what is meant by "We're old, not old 
fashioned . ' ' 




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EDITOR'S NOTE 

This is the end of my third year as editor of 
the McKendrean. Admittedly, it has not been 
pure enjoyment, but it has been an extraordinary 
experience . 

The job teaches you about people. It teaches 
you how to get along and work with people . It has 
taught me that people at McKendree are special. 
I have found that trying to understand and accept 
people as they are, realizing their strong and 
weak points , and appreciating them for their 
positive assets, that everyone is likeable and 
valuable. 

For this experience I'm grateful, and I wish to 
thank everyone who has been a part of this ex- 
perience. 

Rob Rick 

Editor, McKendrean 




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ABC 

APO 

AO 

Baseball 

Basketball, IM 

Basketball, IC, men 

Basketball, IC, women 

Beggar's Opera 

Bowling 

Cafeteria, staff 

Cafeteria, workers 

Campus life 

Cheerleaders 

Choir 

Christmas concert 

Clio 

Closing 

Communication workers 

Coronation 

Deneen life 

Deneen workers 

Devil's Disciple 

Dorm life 

Egalite 

Faculty 

Ferox 

Fine arts 

Football 

Free-throws 

Freshman 

Graduation 

Greek weekend 

Golf 

Homecoming 

parade 

game 

dance 

coronation 
Introduction 
ISC 

Juniors 
Languages 



57 
36-7 


Library workers 
Literature 


34-5 


Louisville center 


106-8 


Maintenance 


92-3 


Math 


103-5 


McKendrean 


112-4 


PAF 


80-1 


Parade 


96-7 


Phi Beta Lambda 


164-5 


Philo 


55 


Picnic 


68-9 


Pictures not taken 


118-9 


Plato 


30-1 
30-1 


Pompon girls 
President 


40-1 


Resident Counselors 


166-7 


Review 


56 


RLA 


22-3 


Science 


66-7 
59 


Security 
Seniors 


78-9 
64-5 
32-3 


Sigma 
Sigma Zeta 
Snack Bar workers 


152-7 


Soccer, IM 


44-5 


Soccer, IC 


126-7 


Social science 


88-9 


Softball, IM 


92 


Softball, IC 


146-9 

70-5 

48-9 


Sophomores 
Spring formal 
Staff 


118-9 
18-25 
18-9 


Student government 
Teacher prep. 
Tennis 


20-1 


Varsity club 


24-5 
22-3 


Vice presidents 
Voice recitals 


2-15 
48-9 
138-41 
122-3 


Volleyball, co-rec. 
Volleyball, IM 
Volleyball, IC 
Who's Who 



56 

122-3 

76-7 

164-5 

124-5 

58 

50-1 

18-9 

54 

42-3 

60-3 

150 

46-7 

54 

151 

55 

58 

53 

124-5 

59 

130-7 

38-9 

52 

59 

96-7 

100-2 

128-9 

94-5 

115-7 

142-5 

82-3 

158-63 

26-9 

126-7 

98-99 

52 

151 

30-1 

98-9 

90-1 

109-11 

53 



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