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around" during homecoming 
week. 

The Blues Brothers — Kevin 
McFarland, Sean Hays, Eric Schif- 
terdecker and David McFarland 
entertain before the parade. 

Deb Bethard posing with Bogie 
and parade marshal, Fred Bird. 

The 1984 Soccer Team after the 
Homecoming 'mudball' game. 

The rain did not seem to hamper 
the spirits of the Sigma sororitv as 
they participate in the Homecom- | 
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Our Parade Marshal, Fred Bird, with 
special security escort, Diane Schroeder. 

The Pom Pon girls keep dry during the 
rain striken parade. 

Alpha Phi Omega shows their Home- 
coming spirit by walking in the parade. 
Members are left to right, Terry Neff, 
Jeff Campbell, Kevin Koeller, Tony Stau- 
denmaier, Jeff Edwards, and Jerry Ellis. 

The Queen's Candidates seem cheery de- 
spite the soggy float. In front retiring 
queen Jo-Ann Summers, queen's candi- 
dates left to right are Bonnie Droste, Lisa 
Crumley and Janis Welsch. 




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Terry Neff, Jeff Campbell and Jill Kell- 
ing waiting for the coronation. 

Paul Conrad escorting Retiring Queen 
Jo-Ann Summers to her throne. 

Mistress and Master ot ceremonies 
Dawn Meisner and Ken Coplen getting 
ready for the coronation. 

Michelle Barr and Vivian Kloke await 
the announcement of the new Home- 
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Freshman attendant 
Meghan Reisa with 
escort David McFar- 
land. 

Sophomore attendant 
Jennifer Gammage 
with escort Dave 
Mordhorst. 

Junior attendant 
Becky Branson with 
escort Fred Goudey. 

The Queen's Court 

Junior attendant Barb 
Klingelhoefer and es- 
cort Jim Adams. 

Queen's candidate 
Janis Welsch with es- 
cort Jack Unruth. 

Queen's candidate 
Bonnie Droste with 
escort Jeff Edwards. 

Queen's candidate 
Lisa Crumley with es- 
cort Allen May. 

Retiring Queen Jo- 
Ann Summers crowns 
the new Queen Bon- 
nie Droste. 

The 1984 Homecom- 
ing Queen Bonnie 
Droste. 



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Fall Sports 




VOLLEY 
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men's volleyball team: (bottom 
Kim Mueller, Linda Parker, Debbie 
Krause, Lesley Kramper, Patty Monroe, 
Lori Junker (top) Sharon Bodi, Lori 
Lehr, Barb Klingelhoefer, Pam Goesten 
kors, Shelly Lappe. 




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Lori Junker demonstrate 
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Last year's District 20 Championship 
team fell short of making it three years in 
a row for the 1984 season, as they defeat- 
ed Chicago State, Eureka College, and St. 
Francis College, but lost to Quincy Col- 
lege to finish 3rd in the state. Before they 
had begun post-season play, they had 
been ranked 11th in the state. Three 
members of the squad, juniors Lori 
Junker, Barb Klingelhoefer, and Linda 
Parker were named to the NAIA District 
20 (State of Illinois) Team, and were also 
voted All-American. 



Bottom Right: Lesley Kramper spikes the 
ball past the blockers. 

Lett: Returning players from last years 
squad. Shelly Lappe, Lesley Kramper, 
Lori Lehr, Barb Klingelhoefer, Pam 
Goestenkors, Linda Parker, Lori Junker, 
and Patty Monroe. 

Bottom Left: New additions to the team, 
freshmen Debbie Krause, Kim Mueller, 
and Sharon Bodi. 





The 1985 McKendree Bearcats soccer team started 
off the season with high expectations, and they fulfilled 
those expactations easily. New head coach Bob Cordes 
brought 18 new players to McKendree this year, among 
them the best talent in this area. Three of those new 
players were All-State in high school. With only three re- 
turning players from last years squad, Cordes was able to 
shape almost an entirely new team, one noted for its 
goal-tending and the explosiveness of its offense. 

LEFT: Two opposing defenders watch Bearcat Rich 
Reiniger closely. BOTTOM: The McKendree soccer 
team. Top Row (L to R): Ass't. Coach Tracy Hickam. 
Andy Watt, Dave Sahuri, Etan Litsey, Rich Reiniger. 
Randy Ratay, Brent Hartman, Jeff Trammel, Coach Bob 
Cordes. 2nd Row: Paul Lindner, Tom Boeckmann, Andy 
Smith, Jeff Durzo. Steve Allison, Dave Merz, Jeff Seuss, 
Bryan Majka. Rob Staudenmeier, Marc Mahat. Bottom 
Row: Fred Scholl, Bob Barker, Tim Paz, Jerome Munie, 
Mike Engel. 




TOP LEFT: Jeff "Doc" Seuss maneuvers the ball downfield. 

OP RIGHT: Rich Reiniger demonstrates his skills in a game 
against Roosevelt University. BOTTOM LEFT: Mud, McKen- 
dree style, as demonstrated by Marc Mahat. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Jeff Seuss keeps his eye on the ball. 




APO members left to 
right Jerry Ellis, Ke- 
vin Koeller, Terry 
Neff, Jeff Edwards, 
Jeff Campbell and 
Tony Staudenmaier 
singing in the rain. 

The soccer teams float 
for the Homecoming 
Parade. 

Jeff Campbell and 
Mickey Dobbins talk 
over recruitment of 
students. 



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The Bothwell Chapel 

A view from the front campus. Old 
Main is to the left and Wildy is to the 
right. 

Eisenmayer Auditorium, home of the 
McKendree Theatre Productions. 

A view from Wildy Hall. The buildings 
include Voight Science, Holman Li- 
brary. Deneen Student Center, and Bar- 
nett Hall. 




The Suites 



Dawn Miesner 
1st floor R.A. 



Terry Neff 
2nd floor R.A. 



Resident Assistants 




Walton Hall 




Ron Lyons 



2nd floor R.A. 



Jeff Edwards 
3rd floor R.A. 



Burnett Hall 



Mary Mordhorst 
1st floor R.A. 



Nanette Paris 
2nd floor R.A. 



Becky Branson 
2nd floor R.A. 



Sheila Kehrer 
3rd floor R.A. 




Baker Hall 

Shelly Lappe, 1st floor R.A. 
Chris Wigant. 2nd floor R.A. 
Janice Riggins, 2nd floor R.A. 
Craig Short, 3rd floor R.A. 
Steve York, 3rd floor R.A. 



Resident 
Directors 




Barnett Hall R.D. 
Helen Arter 



Walton Hall R.D. 
Dave Long (not pictured) 



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Front Row: Jeff Thornton, John Batson. Roger Kingston, Morrie Frazer, Walt Rogers, Chnck Brueggeman. Back Row: Coach Harry Statham, Mike Baldridge 
Rick Stumpe. Dave Mordhorst, Ken Coplen, Paul Seiberlich, and Coach Paul Funkhouser. 



The men's basketball team ended its sea- 
son with a semi-final playoff game loss to 
St. Xaviet, 53-52. They reached that game 
by defeating Rosary in a first round playoff 
game held here at McKendree. The loss to 
St. Xavier was a disappointing way to end a 
season, but it was one of accomplishment 
and success. During the season, the team ex- 
perienced many highs and a few low points. 
The team finished with a record ot 22-11 
and saw their coach reach a well-deserved 
milestone in his career. 




Many players contributed to 
this successful season. Rick 
Stumpe is the only loss to 
graduation. Rick is an aggres- 
sive player that has a "never 
say die" attitude. He can rip the 
net faster than most and his 
constant hustle earned him re- 
spect around the district. He 
averaged 18.8 points per game 
and will be a hard player to re- 
place. 

Roger Kingston is the defen- 
sive specialist on the team. He 
never scores a lot but contrib- 
utes far more than what is no- 
ticeable. He is the type of play- 
er that takes an assist over pos- 
sible points. When there is a 
pressure situation you can bet 
that Coach Statham will have 
him in the lineup. Kingston is 
a junior this year and so will 
also be back next year. 

Dave Mordhorst is the ju- 
nior center that had a sub-par 
year because of a late injury. 
Dave is a fine outside shooter 
and is quick on his feet. He is 
looked upon to play many 
roles on the team. He also plays 
an enforcer role in the middle. 
He is the team captain and is 
one of only two two-year start- 
ers. 

Walter Rogers is a freshman 
guard that is a pleasant surprise 
for the team. When John Bat- 
son became ineligible, Walter 
had the task of running the 
team. This was a difficult situa- 
tion for the freshman. He han- 
dled the pressure very well and 
supplied a scoring output that 
wasn't expected. Walter is a 
good player in all aspects of 
the game and is expected to de- 
velop into a force to be dealt 
with. 

Rick Ross is a seasoned vet- 
eran that brought stability to a 
young team. He is primarily a 
rebounder but has had some 
good scoring games. He took 




Coach Stathem and Ken Cople 
another win. 



over the starting position vacated by Mord- 
horst's injury. Rick is also a fine ballhandler 
for a big man and is a versatile player. He 
averaged 7.3 points per game and 7.5 re- 
bounds. 

Morrie Fraser has proven to be an excel- 
lent shooter and a good defensive player. His 
playing time increased as the season pro- 
gressed. 

Fraser came into games and took up some 
of the scoring load as he had a good offensive 
output late in the season. He will be looked 



towards next year to replace Stumpe as an 
outside shooting threat. 

Larry Mueller, Brent Dudeck and Dave 
McFarland all played reserve roles on the 
team. These three players worked hard in 
practice despite getting little playing time and 
showed their dedication to the team. 

Another valuable member of the team is 
Jeff Krat/ Thornton, the manager. He played 
an important role by keeping the team ready 
for each game and was responsible for keep- 
ing the team laughing. 




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Keirn.Janis Welsch. Donettc Wheatley, 
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ck) Mary Ann Fahey, Tracv Wargo, Karvn Hunsinger 



Lady Bearcats 

The Lady Bearcats had quite a successful season and made it 
to the playoffs, only to be beat in the opening round in Chica- 
go. They were led by scoring sensation Diane Keirn, with 
strong defense support coming from Karyn Hunsinger. Carol 
Bremer, and Janis Welsh. The Team over all had a fun year and 
they can't wait for the new season to begin. 



ther fast break for the high flying Lady Bearcats. 





Back Row: Coach Statham. Morrie Frazer, \ 
Jeff Thornton. Brent Dudeck, and Craig Ka 



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J.V. Basketball Oh, SO CLOSE 



Front row: Dave McFarland, Larry Mueller, Manager 



In the past few years the McKendree J.V. team was considered a pushover and an easy win for a visit- 
ing team. This past year it was changed. The team came out hot and won their first game of the season at 
Rend Lake College. The game was an overtime affair with just four players playing for McKendree at 
the end of regular play and overtime. This win sent a warning shot around the league, that McKendree 
would not be just another easy win. After midseason, disaster struck when four Varsity players were cut 
from the squad due to bad grades. The J.V. season was immediately canceled and five players from J.V. 
joined up with the Varsity and helped complete a winning season for the team. Walter, Morri, Larry, Brent, 
and Dave helped the team during practice and kept the team spirit high. Walter and Morri later went on to 
start a few games for the Varsity Team. 



Cheerleading Squad 




Members of the 1984-85 Cheerleading Squad are, front row, left to right: Teresa Eschman, Lori Seiberlich, and Patty Tourville. 
Second Row: Shelli Gonzalez. Lisa Buehne. Patty Manion. Connie Maxfield. Back Row: Jeff Campbell, J. T. Atwood, Terry Neff, 
and Tim Stanberry. 



Pom Pon Squad 




Members of the 1984-85 Pom Pon Squad are, front row. left to right: Cindy Wessels and Lisa Dameron. Second Row: Lisa Ma 
rich, Jennifer Schumaker, and Lori Goldey. Third Row: Jo-Ann Diehl, Robin Vander, and Jodi Mayer. 



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The 1985 McKendree Bearcat wrestling squad suffered through a 
disappointing season that found them plagued by a series of injuries. 
In only its second year of existence, the team returned two lettermen, 
Ben Lines and Barry Surber. The rest of the team was made up of 
seven freshmen and four others who had no previous wrestling exper- 
ience. Team members are: Tom Boeckmann, Kirk Graham. Tom 
Johnston. Ben Lines, Jason Simmons, Allen Snyder, Barry Surber, and 
Scott Woods. 

TOP LEFT: Coach Pat Folk watches from the sidelines. MIDDLE 
LEFT: The fans watch intently from their seats as the struggle goes 
on. MIDDLE RIGHT: Sophomore Barry Surber and his opponent 
literally go at it head-to-head. BOTTOM: Tom Boeckmann success- 
fully pins his opponent. 




Greek Life 




Pi Lambda Tau (BSers) 




Pi Lambda Tau or Platonian Social Society was founded April 20, 1949 and is the oldest social 
society west of" the Alleghenies. Because of its state charter, Plato is a recognized corporation by 
the State of Illinois. BSers are the sole sponsors of the Geology Club. Members are 1 to r: Dave 
Merz, Ray Smith, John Wahlig, Dan Netemeyer, Paul Seiberlich, Tim Stanberry, J.T. Atwood, and 
Jeff Junker. 



Phi Rho Chi (Ferrox) 

Phi Rho Chi Social Service Society was founded in the Spring of 1963. The men of Ferrox stress 
brotherhood and strenth through unity. The society sponsors various social events and service pro- 
jects for the betterment of the college. Membership is acquired by invitation, election, and orien- 
tation. Members of Ferrox include: Rick Stumpe, Barry Wesselman, Dave Mordhorst, Ken Co- 
plen, Doug Kassing.John Batson. Sean Hayes, Mike Engel, Brent Dudeck. Jeff Thornton. Dave 
McFarland. Jack Frazer, Larry Mueller, and Ron McGee. 



Delta Phi Sigma (Adelphi) 

Delta Phil Sigma was founded in 1966 to fill what its charter members felt was a social gap on 
the McKendree campus. Adelphi strives to promote involvement in social activities and unity 
throughout the McKendree campus and the local community. While the society is not a service 
organization, it does assist the college in one important area. Members strive to round out the so- 
cial life of the students. Members include Mike Tockstein, Pat McDermott, Eric Wiegers, Mark 
Hubbs, Bill Murphy, and Jim Thomas. 



Phi Lambda Sigma (Philo) 

Philosophian Literary Society, was founded in 1837 and has the distinction of being the oldest 
Literary society west of the Alleghenies and the third oldest in the nation. Membership in the orga- 
nization is open to all male students who meet and maintain the academic requirements of the 
college and are of returning or transfer student. Philo has an active social program including the 
annual Philo Formal. Philo is active in the McKendree Intramural Program and also sponsors a 
number of parties. Members include: John Glenn, Allan May, Chuck Ford, Jeff Wilkens, Brian 
Wuertz, Craig Short, and Paul Conrad. 



Epsilon Gamma 
(Gamma Sigma Sigma) 




Sigmas purpose is to promote sisterhood, scholarship, service and so- 
cial advancement of the college. Members of Sigma pictured ara left to 
right. Connie Maxfield, Linda Parker, Lisa Kohrmann. Lori Seiberlich, 
Connie Holzinger, Nancy Travis, Mary Mordhorst, La-Shell Ebersohl, 
Patty Tourville, Peggy Rawlings, Lori Lowry, Peggy Richard, Jo-Ann 
Diehl, Dee Dintlemann, Jody Maroney. Noel Goss. Sonja Rhoda, 
Rhonda Sigman, Linda Carriker, Rebecca Newcomb, Samantha New- 
comb, and Suzy Daily. Spring Pledges werejodi Mayer. Lisa Buhne, Me- 
lissa Roethemayer, Julie Lewis, Janet Whaley. Theresa Eschman, and 
Tammy Marks. 

Clionian Literary Society (Clio) 




Founded in 1869, Clio is McKendree College's oldest sorority on 
campus. Clio is involved in the Big Brother/Big Sister program, spon- 
sored children's programs, and has worked in behalf of the March ot 
Dimes. Members pictured are: front left to right: Kathy Bullock. Jamie 
Lautz, Paula Sutton, Abbey Miller, back: Lisa White. Laurel Milligan. 
Dawn Meisner. Lisa Crumley. Deb Bethard. and Cathy Rea. Those not 
pictued Alice Lauderdale, Denise Moore, and Donna Snyder. 



Alpha Phi Omega 




APO is a service iraternin and is the only National Fraternity on campus. Mem- 
bership is not limited to males. Members include: front row: Randy Courtright, Deb- 
bie Ozier, Giner Cox, Susan Hill, Shelley Lappe, Tanya Wright, and Chuck Sturgis. 
Second Row: Kevin Koeller. Vivian Kloke. Keith Sharinghausen, Terry Neff, Rob 
Staudenmaier. Michelle LePere, Diane Schroeder, and Cindy Wessels. Third Row: Dr. 
Emeral Owen (advisor), Lisa Malrich, Sandy Meeks. Melisa Atkinson, Julie Muskopf. 
Michelle Shurtz, Betsey Hankla, Linda Struense. Paige Mettler, and Cindy Porter. 
Last Row: Jerf Campell, Tom Boeckman, Jeff Edwards, Craig Kassing. Bill Farmer, 
Chuck Adams, Tony Staudenmaier, Don Meeks, Jerry Ellis, and Dave Long (advisor). 



Alpha Omega 




Alpha Omega is a social service and work society that promotes sisterhood, 
friendship, and service. Members pictured: Front Row: Jennifer Gammage, 
Barb Parker, Dearyle Reising, Terry Blecha, Lisa Higgins and Jennifer Schu- 
maker. Second Row: Angie Heaton, Mary Ann Fahey, Lisa Dameron, Angie 
Bean, Mary Beth Moody, and Ellen Conner. Last Row: Michelle Barr, Becky 
Branson, Leslie Kramper, Jennifer Williams. Shelley Lappe, Sonnie Botwinski, 
and Donette Wheatley. 



Student Association 




Student Government began their year with a new constitution and 
a new name. Members of this reorganized association are left to right: 
Cindy YX'essels. Lori Goldey (secretary), Todd McNamara (Treasurer), 
Bill Farmer. Back Row: Lisa Dameron, Carol Guth, Chuck Sturgis, 
Theresa Dunn, and Tracy Rouch. Not pictured were: Fred Brown 
(president). Paige Mettler (vice-president), Bonnie Droste. Mike Tock- 
stein, Linda Struense, Janice Riggins. Diane Schroeder, Jeanine 
Robbs. Nancy Simon. Dan Seeper, Jeff Bowen. Scott Harper, and 
Ron Lyons. 

Safety and Security 




Members of the safety and security force for 84-85 were: Phil 
Rodriguez (director). Andrew Cooperman. Cathy Rea. Angie 
Cosner, Kim Davis. Jeff Bowen. Second Row: Janice Guebert, 
Tim Paz. Becky Branson, Mary Ann Fahey, Cindy Porter. Back 
Row: Ginger Cox, Carl Shreeve. Carol Bemer, Keith Ward, and 
Patt) Manion. Those not pictured were: Diane Schroeder. Linda 
Jaworski, Chuck Woosley, and Jason Simmons. 



The Cooking Club 




The newly formed cooking club of 8-4-85 included left to right: Teena 
Skaggs, Tammy Walker, Sharon Jackson (Advisor). Peggy Rawlings, and Lisa 
Higgins. 



New Student Orientation 

NSO Advisors aided in the orientation of the freshmen and transfer students 
who were adjusting to McKendree lifestyle. Those participating as advisors 
were Lori Seiberlich, Bonnie Droste, Christy Neff, Jill Kelling, Fred Brown, 
Nanette Parns, Jo-Ann Diehl, Linda Jaworski. Lori Goldey, Mary Grabner, 
Paige Mettler, Jeff Trammel, Jeff Campbell, Lisa Higgins, Tony Staudenmaier, 
Terry Neff, Leslie Kramper, Sonnie Botwinski, Carol Guth and Dave Mord- 
horst. 



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John Bovinette 
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LeAnn Bowers 
Stephen Brown 
Lisa Buehne 
Ginger Cox 

Lisa Dameron 
Brent Dudeck 
Teresa Dunn 
Mark Eichenlaub 



Susan Enos 
Mike Engel 



Theresa Eschman 
Martha Ferrell 

Jack Frazer 
Nancy Frerker 
Craig Fritchley 
Teresa Gibbert 

Shelli Gonzalez 
Kirk Graham 
Melanie Green 
Beth Hargus 

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Susan Hill 
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Melissa Kaegel 
Craig Kassing 



Mary Kelemetc 



Debbie Krause 
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Laura Kuelbrick 
Sue Landmann 

Julie Lewis 



Leann Lugge 
Ron McGee 



Brian Majka 
Lisa Mallrich 

Patty Manion 
Tammy Marks 
Laura May 
Jodi Mayer 



Melissa Mehrtens 
Monica Mitchell 



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Angela Nelson 
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Tracy Speights 
Audra Stallings 

Chuck Sturgis 
Keith Taylor 
Jim Thompson 

Jeff Thornton 
Robin Vander 
Jim Vest 

Steve Walker 
Keith Ward 
Donette Wheatley 

Lisa White 
Bryan Wilson 
Jeff Winget 



Tanya Wright 
Audra Young 



Administration 
Faculty and 
Staff 




Gerrit TenBrink, Ed.D. 
President of the College 

Scott Lawrence, III, M.Div, Th.M. 
Campus Pastor, Assistant to the 
President 



Ted Anderson, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College 

Elva Hines. MS 

Director of Student Services and 
Reg.strar 






Robert Ariosto, Ed.D. 
Dean of Student Affairs 



Debra Jackson, BS 

Associate Dean of Student Affairs 



Mary Frances Daylor, RN 
Director of Health Services 



Jane Weingartner 
Director of Alumni Relations 







Bonnie Farrington 

Director of Public Relations 



Steve Jackson, BA 
Dean of Admission 




Frank Grandfield, BS 
Coordinator of Financial Aid 




Faculty 








David Ahola. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Political Science 



David Barker. MBS 
Director of Computer Center 



Ronald Black. Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of English 

Murella Bosse. Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 



David Brailow, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 

Mary Anne Brotherton-Pettit 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Administration 



Robert Brown, MA 
Professor of Sociology 



Kenneth Craw 

Instructor in Computer Science 



Charles Davis, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



James Drake. M.F.A. 
Associate Professor of Art 





John Elfrink, M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Accounting 

Gerald Ellis, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Education 





Patrick Folk, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of History 

Paul Funkhouser, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry and 
Mathematics 





Greg Gardner, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Speech 

John Greenfield, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 



Don Hoist, Ed.D. 

Professor of Physical Education 

Marilyn Huxford, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice 

Studies 









Douglas Jones, Ph.D. 
Professor ot Mathematics 



Claire Kersting, MS 
Instructor in Computer Science 





K. Jean Kirts. MS 
Assistant Professor of Physical 
Education 

Nancy Koleson, MSN 
Instructor in Nursing 






Richard McGuire, Jr.. Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 

Norman Madsen. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Religious Studies 



Judie Maserang, MSN 
Assistant Professor of Nursing 

Will Mulvaney. MBA 
Assistant Professor of Management and 
Marketing 





Philip Neale, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 

David Ottinger, MFA 
Associate Professor in Art 



Emerial Owen, Jr., Ph.D. 
Professor of Education 

Marcia Popp, Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor ot Education 



Myron Reese, Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 



Sister Gabrielle Rowe, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 



Orville Schanz, M.M.Ed. 
Professor of Music 

Harry Statham, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 





Faculty/Administration not pictured: 

Ormond Smythe, Ed.D. — Associate Academic Dean 

Thomas Darrah, Ed.D. — Academic Dean, Kentucky Center 

Stanley Osterhage. B.S., CPA — Director of Financial Affairs 

Leonard Branson, MBA — Instructor in Accounting and Management 

Bob Prins — Development Director 

Charles Rann — Choir Director 

Linda Steele — Associate Professor of Nursing 

Leslie Missey — Assistant to the Dean for Student Activities 

Phil Rodriguez — Director of Security 

Mickey Dobbins — Associate Director of Admissions 



Student Life 






On Stage 

It was an exceptional year for the McKendree The- 
ater Program's third season as it featured two profession- 
al and two all-student productions. It was an especially 
good year for lovers of Shakespeare as Riverside Theater 
crafted two character scenes from some of his best loved 
plays; and the Chicago Shakespeare Festival brought its 
delightful and hilarious TWELFTH NIGHT to campus. 

The first full season in years of all-McKendree pro- 
ductions started off with Jim Leonard Jr's moving and 
funny THE DIVINERS. Randy Blakely played the re- 
tarded boy with remarkable powers, and Jeff Noblin. 
also the theater's tech director, played the preacher who 
tries to help him. The cast included Je(( Edwards, Lori 
Lowry, Deb Pullin, Jeff Bowen, Martha Ferrell, Melissa 
Kaegel, Dan Kasten, Christine Jones, and Jeff Thornton. 
Stage manager was Tanya Wright. 

Springtime brought George Bernard Shaw's bestloved 
comedy ARMS AND THE MAN to McKendree in a 
breezy and colorful production that featured Christine 
Jones as the proud Sergius, and Melissa Kaegel as the 
ambitious servant girl, Lauka. Dan Kasten, Diane 
Zielke, Ron Lyons, Jefftdwards, and Jeff Thornton 
rounded out the cast. Carol Guth was stage manager. 
Both student productions set attendance records and 
were superbly directed by David Brailow. 




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McKendree Invitational 





Students from thir- 
teen Southern Illinois 
area high schools gath- 
ered on the McKendree 
campus for the 13th 
McKendree Model Unit- 
ed Nations sessions in 
November and March. 
The sessions are the only- 
high school Model UN 
gathering in Southern Il- 
linois, and are one of the 
largest Model UN con- 
ferences in the nation. 

Approximately 500 
students from area high 
schools including Belle- 
ville Township High 
Schools East and West, 
Cahokia, Collinsville, 
Dupo, Edwardsville, 
Freeburg, Gibault Catho- 
lic High School. High- 
land. Lebanon. O'Fallon. 
Steeleville, and Triad. 



Model United Nations 




Randv Blakely (left) and Jim Thompson supervising 




Left to right SIU-C student Brian Catalfamo and McKendree students Denise Ta 
and Chuck Adams supervise the disarmament committee. 



The Model United 
Nations sessions are con- 
ducted in the same man- 
ner as an offical UN ses- 
sion with committees 
writing and voting on 
resolutions and voting 
on resolutions and for- 
warding them to the 
General Assembly for 
passage. The McKen- 
dree UN program is run 
by McKendree students 
under the supervision of 
Dr. David Ahola, and 
Dr. Pat Folk. Those stu- 
dents who conducted 
the 1984-85 sessions were 
Dan Kasten, Paige 
Mettler. Denise Tabor, 
Jim Thompson, Mike 
Tockstein, Chuck Woos- 
ley, Jean Lindsey, Diane 
Schroeder, Barb Parker, 
Michelle Barr, Ginger 
Cox, Carol Guth, Craig 
Kassing, Chuck Adams, 
Becky Branson. Janice 
Riggins, Craig Fntchley, 
Bob Barker, Tom Boek- 
man, Kim Wilhelm, and 
Chris Jones. 



Spring Sports 




'-live 
Baskerville 




The 1984-85 McKendree Bearcats baseball team 
had a successful fall and spring season this year. Al- 
though their official schedule didn't start until early 
March, the team played several games in the fall to 
gain experience and to get used to working together 
as a team. A new addition to this year's squad: J. R. 
Potthast became a part of the coaching staff along 
with last year's assistant coach Keith Sanders. Team 
captains of this year's squad were seniors Tim Stan- 
berry and John Schultz. 

TOP: Ben Lines makes the play at first. BOTTOM: 
All that hard work tor a foul tip! 





The Billiken's steal one 
player Jeff Junker. 



Another base hit for Tim Stanberry. 



Outfielder Kevin McFarland is a study in concen 





The- 1985 McKendree women's Softball team had one of their most 
successful seasons ever this year. They won both the SIU-E and Millikin 
tournaments. They were ranked 26th in the nation, the first time the team 
has been ranked nationally in McKendree's history. Head Coach Nancy 
Kassebaum and Assistant Coach Kathy Lanter expect to lose only the 
two seniors, Bonnie Droste and Janis Welch, from the team. 

LEFT: Women's Softball Head Coach Nancy Kassebaum. BOTTOM: 
The 1985 Women's Softball Team. Front Row (L to R): Janis Juice'' 
Welch, Mary Ann Fahey, Sonya Rhoda, Sue Hausmann, Beth Hill, Tere- 
sa Gibert. Back Row (L to R): Bonnie Droste, Kim Davis, Kathy Bull- 
ock, Melissa Wombachet, Donette Wheatley, Tracy Wargo, Cindy Por- 
ter. (Not pictured: Assistant Coach Kathy Lanter and Cathy Iaconi) 




The 1985 McKendree golf team was in the awkward position of rebuilding almost an entire new team along with a new head 
coach. Athletic Director Harry Statham hired Fred Paskvan of the Locust Hills Country Club at the start of 1985. The team is 
expected to return all of the present team members for next year, except for Pat McDermott. One milestone accomplished by the 
team this year was their winning their head-to-head competition in three years. 

Members of the 1985 McKendree golf team (L to R): Jeff Edwards, Greg Junge, Coach Fred Paskvan, Ron Lyons. Pat McDer- 
mott, Dave Sahuri. Not pictured: Mike Clark and Mike Engel. 




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McKEWREE COUFCjE CHOIR PERSOWEL 



SlKECrCft/CCMJUCTOR: Charles R. R 
ACCOMPANIST: Betsy Hank I a 
M55 <5UlrAR: Michael Clarfe 
DRIMS; Craia Kossing 
CHCKECGRAPHy: Karen Keller 



fianiels, ttfendj, 
farrell, Martha 
Kaebel , Mel issa 
LePere, Michelle 
Meeks, Sandra 
Mehrtens, Melissa 

Dawn 
Nordhaus, Kr'istine 



Carrifeer, Linda 
Hank la, Betsy 
Keller, Karen 
Miller, Abby 
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Campbell, Jeff 
Clark, Michael 
Ellis, Jerry 



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Meeks, Donald 
NobUn, Jeff 
Ord, Robert 
Sturgis, CKarle-s 
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Circuit Rider Singers 



Circuit Rider Singers are left 
to right, Sandy Meeks, Abby 
Miller, Betsy Hankla, Jerry El- 
lis. Jeff Campbell, Jeff Noblin, 
and Randy Courtright. 




The McKendree Review 



Published Bi-Weekly, September through April. 

as a student newspaper of the 

McKendree College campus community 



First Semester 

Publisher McKendree College 

Editor-in-Chief Don Parker 

News Editor Donna Snyder 

Features Editor Becky Branson 

Sports Editor Deb Bethard 

Photography Editor Jim Brock 

Cartoons, Graphics Dave McFarland 

Kevin McFarland 

Advertising Managers Julie Lewis 

Janet Whaley 
Second Semester 

Publisher McKendree College 

Editor-in-Chief Jeff R. Jones 

Sports Editor Deb Bethard 

Features Editor Becky Branson 

McKendrean Staff 

Editor Denise Tabor 

Business Manager Peggy Rawlings 

Staff Deb Bethard 

Carol Guth 
Craig Kassing 



Kentucky 
Center^? 



Jerry Broaddus 

Laurence Chapman 

Ken Daniels 

Robert Dotson 
John Hildreth 

Sang Lee 

Regina Lloyd typing away at her de: 

Stephen Lenger }^P\i\t\ 
Howard Rosenbaum 
Elmer Doyle 
Susan Dyer 
George Filyaw 
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Abell Williai 

Roy Black 

Janice Landi 

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Nancy Cobett, faculty 

Jerry Evans, faculty « 

-Regtfta Iklui, facult y Uj ' d&r~ 

Henry Jehan. faculty \\o\^ 

Kentucky 

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James Lillie, faculty 
Regina Lloyd, facukf^^ 
EveTynToppeTC faculty 

Jo-Een Sd»^bels-Ryder. 

John Seldomridge, faculty 
Jeff Vaughn, faculty 




Sandra Conners 
Michael Longest 
Linda SchneidfSi N \ 
Jim Boklage " 
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class. 



Melvin Kimmons 
Michael Martin 




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David Jones 
Shawn McGill 
Jan Menzie 
Bob Pachini 
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Craig Thompson 
Frank Whitehouse 
Patrick Wimsatt 
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Editor's Note 



In the course of production of the McKendrean, we, the staff, have 
run in to our share of set backs. Even so ... we feel that this book is a 
true representation of the 1984-85 school year. 

As editor my path has crossed many individuals who have made my 
job a pleasurable experience. Among the many are Dr. Rob Ariosto, 
who assumed the position of advisor during our darkest hour, the staff, 
Deb Bethard, Craig Kassing, Peggy Rawlings, and Carol Guth, who 
helped in bringing this book to you. I wish to extend an extra special 
thanks to the following. Bill Krueger, who after serving as his manag- 
ing editor of the Review, taught me how to deal with the administra- 
tion. Paige Mettler, my roommate, who helped me cope with a great 
many problems and put up with my many ROTTEN moods. Last but 
certainly not least, I wish to thank Jim Thompson who has been my rock 
through out my editorship. He not only gave me tremendous support but 
also helped me through the trials and tribulation. I Love You JCT! You 
are one in a million. 

I hope that in 10 years you, the student body, can look back at this 
book and remember the special year you spent at McKendree. 

God Bless You! 
Denise M. Tabor 
Editor, 1984-85 



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