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The McKendrean 
1934 







The Staff of the 1934 McKendrean 



EDITORIAL BOARD 

Miss Ai.i,Ki:x Wii.sox Harold Gikskkic William .'zanders 

]"acult\- Adviser Editor Associate Editor 

Dakkki. Dooi.kn 1'lorknck Zahxow \\'n.Li;xi-; 1-'ixk Hkrman Prkslkv 

Athletics Organizations ]-"eatures Art 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Ci.AVTox 1"a\\ Ki;s Jack ri'Ki'FilR 

r.usiness Mana.yer Advertising- 

William Hexxett Walter Rauth 

Assistant Piusiness Circulation 

Manatjer 



THE McKENDREAN 



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rnhlislwd by 

THE STUDENTS 
of 
:cKENDREE COLLEGE 



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LEBANON, ILLINOIS 



Til inir quartet nt prdfessdrs — Dr. A\'ai;ii(iiH'r. 
Dean r.aki-T. Dr. Walton, and Dr. 1 )(ilk'y— for their 
lon.L; and distiiii^uislied ser\ice t(j the College covering, 
eolleetix el\ , one hundred and sixty-nine years; tor 
their true .AIcKendree spirit. nLilvini; ns grateful for 
the past and bri,L;htly liopefnl for the future -in ad- 
miration and apjireciation. llie l'',i4 McKendrean is 
dedicated. 




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To record the activities of the school year, 1933- 
34 : to help to keep ahve the wealth of McKendree tra- 
dition and "to hold hands to the years ahead" — the 
staff presents the 1934 McKendrean. 

Gratffid acknowiedi^ment is due .Miss Alleen Wil- 
S(jn. Dean E. l\ Maker. .Mr. V. A. PieJiymer, the admin- 
istration, the student txxly, and all others who have 
helped tn jiroduce this iiook. 



CONTENTS 

The College 
Classes 
Activities 
Features 






TRADITIONS 



1 law tlmrnc declares that "XiiIkhIv can make a trailitimi; it takes a ceiiturx" tt.i 
make it." 'I'railitimis are like trees: tlie\ .urow . I, ike character they iiiilicate qual- 
ities ill the ohject with which they are ideiitilied. 'Pliev contribute much to the 
reputation which that uliject hears — for ^ond or i!k 

llistiiric facts al'tdrd hut the skeletnn of ,i liie's st(ir\ ; tra<hti()n i)r(j\ides the 
flesli and hliMid. the life-,ui\ iiii; elements. Recorded hist(jry ma\ remain tor a 
thousand \ears neglected. unlo\eik hut sale in the archi\es. Tradition is a more 
delicate thiii^i; which rei|iiires the constant care and active ministry of Vwiui^ 
human beint;s. Without such faithful attention trachtioii dies. 

'I'lie power of law ma\ eiis^eiider respect Iml the power of trailition is t^reater 
than that of knv because it rests on sentiment, and sentiment is made up largely 
of affection. Hence the tenacity of traditions in the face of any concerte<l etlort 
to destrov them. The older the tradition, the ileei)er its roots sink into the soil 
of human consciousness. To eradicate it is hke plucl^inj.; out the heart. 

McKendree College is ricli in traditions. Man\ of tliese ha\e, no doubt, 
passed into oblivion, others are cherisheil by Ihe ever (hminishint;- circle of "old- 
timers," while still otliers are liviiii^. potent factors in the present busy "life upon 
the hill." How could it be otherwise w itli such men in the background as Alir.a- 
liam Lincoln, I'eter Cartwri,i;ht, and William .McKendree, not to mention a 
score of others of local fame. These men were in earnest about proNidini^' oppor- 
tunities tor "higher learninj;" for the ycjuth (jf their own and succeedini^- genera- 
tions. 

Space forbids meiitionin.L; in detail the traditions lianded down from these 
earlv davs. but an analysis of college life in the .McKendree of today readily re- 
veals the wealth of influences which are ilaily contribiitini; to tlie enrichment of 
experiences and tf) the encouragement of spiritu.d forces which are essential to 
all true education. These influences are .hie in lari^e part to the sacrc<l tradi- 
tions of Religion. 1 )enicjcracv. Honor, Courles>, Inlegril), Kesponsibilitx ami 
Truth. 

— E. P. r,.\Ki.;K. 



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THE COLLEGE 




■ "/'t^i/.c (1 tliur of iHcrl'uui and frirndly iirrcliiiii. 

The old stone sicfs hy llic Cluitfl dooi:"—¥. C. Bkow.n, 



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■ >-S«3MBaB«W«>HV- 



Standing as nidninncnls 
of tradition and cherished 
memory, the bnildings on 
College Hill trace jMcKen- 
dree's history from 1850 to 
the present day. I'or on 
Commencement Day, 1850 
— jiisl ciglit\-t(iiir \ ears 
ago this June llie corner- 
stone of Old Main was laid. 
Eight years later the class 
of "58 were the first to re- 
cei\e their degrees from the 
platform of the newly-com- 
pleted Chapel building, 
ihen, "the largest hall of its 
kind in the state." The 
Cha])el is still, perha])S, the 
most interesting building on 
the campus. Its spire rises 
one hundred and forty-five 
feet above the level of the 
walk in front, and the bel- 
fry contains the historic 
bell which once called New 
Me.xico Indians to worship 
at a Spanish mission. Pur- 
chased in 1858, the bell has 
hr^en in continual service 
ever since, last year's grad- 
uating class being the sev- 
enty-fifth it has called to 
commencement. 



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•li'hilc hiialil-cwd sriciicc watrlics 'round 




■■■///,■ l^iilh of Inic Icaniiiui i.< loiui ami .<lrrl\ 
III,- !i<il,-.ciiy—ini .•f'fii niiiul : llir •/•hiI — IIi.- Inilli.' 






^rcKendrt-e's huililin^s 
;^rt,'\v witli tlu' \ears. In 
1910, the campus took on a 
i;'rcatl}-change(l appearance 
with the erection of t1ie 
men's and women's <liirmi- 
tories, Carnegie and Clark 
Halls, and Pearsons llall. 
In June, 1918, the latest of 
the present buildings on the 
campus, the Ik-nsmi Wood 
Lilirary, was dedicated. 
The gift of Airs. Jennie 
Jewett Wood, in memor}' 
(if lier husband, the I bin- 
(ir.able I'.enscjn Wdnd, the 
ciilji'ge Iilir;ir\ imw cnn- 
t;iins o\er sixteen tlinus.nnd 
\(ihnnes. In ;idditi(in, tlie 
c,[m]ius boasts lluee-storied 
Science Mall, old l'',isen- 
m;i\er g\innasiinn a n d 
li\pes Field, scene of so 
man\' McK football \ icto- 
ries, 

.Ml of these, coupled 
w ith the natural beauty of 
llie campus, ])articularly the 
line old trees, are part of 
tliat indelin.abje S(jmetliing 
--AlcKendree spirit. 



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■Clark llall slct'— famous loiuj 




fi 












Dollcy 



McCIm 
W.iI.Im 



X'ick 
Wilson 



THE ADMINISTRATION 



\\illiam Clarence Walt. mi. I'h. 1 ).. D. D. 

I'hilosopliv and Religion 
James Clay Dolley. .M. A.. Litt. T). 

Latin and Greek 
Charles Jacnh Stowell. I'h. 1). 

-Mathematics 
Standlei^di Myrnn McClure. M. Sc. 

Chemistrx 
Edwin Kollin Spencer. I'h. 1). 

I'.iolotjv 
Claud E. \ ick. .M. S.. Uei^islrar 

Education 



Christopher John I'.illner. I'll. 1). 

Social Science 
J. h'rank Reed, .M. A., 'I'h. D. 

En.uhsh and I'rench 
( )li\er ilenry Kleinschniidl. A. .\. C.. O. 

I'iano, ( )rjian and Theorx 
Nell I'.lythe Waldron. I'h. D^ 

Hist()r\- I 1st semester I 
\'ictor K, \\hite. I'h. 1!., M. A. 

1 listor\- I 2nd semester ) 
.\lleen Wilson. .\. 1',.. W. S. in T,. S. 

I,ilir;irian 




RIA'. C.\.\ll-:i<( i\ II \K.M( >X. A. I',.. 1). 1).. IJ<. 1). 
K'.'ceniK, I ir. I l.irnion c.jnipliird liis twelftli year 
.•IS pri-sidenl ol .\1 c Kemlri'c Colle,i;e :i term of office 
loiiL^er ih.Ln lli.il of ;in\ other president hnl one in 
the lnslor\ of llie l'(illr^e. Since I )i-. Ilarnion, prob- 
.•|M\ the ni(]sl popnl.ir president in the history of the 
old school, assinned ihe presidenc\ nnich has been 
.•ichieved. b'or the past iwcKc \e,irs lln' facility, as well 
;rs the enrollment, h.ave experienced a stead}' j;ro\vtli. 



I'Kl.^llil.N r ll.\l<.\lll.N 



DKAN I-. \Ki;i; 



EDWIX PERCY I'.AKEK, .\. 



A. .M.. E 



D. 



Forty-one years ago Dean IJaker won a place in 
the heart of McKendree and for forty-one years he has 
held that same place in the hearts of McKendreans. 
Never was there such genuine humor backed by such 
logical reasoning as that which Dean llaker possesses. 
It seems impossible that there could be another Ameri- 
can living that has taught as much German as Dean 
liaker. 




THE ADMINISTRATION 



Eaul Douglass \\aldorf. A. M. 

Director of Athletics 
R. Pauline Harper 

\'oice and Public School Mus 
Eeone Chappell Reed, A. P.. 

English 
Xell Griswold Oppitz, A. ]'.. 

History 
Agnes Howe, A. B. 

Expression (1st semester i 
R.isalind Mae Hohn, A. B. 

English and Expression 

Waldorf lhn-,.ir 



Webster R. Schmidt, M. S. 

Physics 
Josephine Piittner, A. B., M. D. 

Physiology 
Eugene \'ernon Scliacffer, B. i\L 

Molin 
;\Irs. ;\Iinnie Phillips 

House Mother, Clark Hall 
;\Irs. Linda B. Whittington 

Dean of Women 
Mrs. Blanche Hertenstein 

Matron of Carnegie Hall 



SiliatftV 




ALMA MATER 



A ciillciif 'mill plains is stainlini^. siandinj; lluTc frdin olden davs, 

A [liiincfi" (It It-arniny, first in unlriMldt-n \\a\s. 

I-ur Service and Christian Cultinx-, fur Efficienc}' she stands, 

Her stins anil daiii^hters priise lur. with \iiices, hearts, and hands. 

Hail tn thee, imr dear old .MrKendree, 

-May we always lnyal he. 
It's a siini; nf praise we'll raise In tliee, 

Ahna Alater. dear old .M-C: 
May we alwa\s huld thee true and wise and rij^Iit. 

lliiiK.r I'tirple and the \\ liile. 
And fur \ieliir\ wt'll alwa\s h'J,ht. 

Till we win f.ir old .\!c!\. 

Kndnriiii; and strung she .--lanijs there, stands u|Min iitir cnllege liill, 
ThiiiiL;h iither.-< ni.ay uiilminilier, she hnlds first |ihu'e still. 
l-'iir r.eaiity and 'fnuli ;nid Knnw leilL;e. and .'^er\ice withnul limiiid 
'I'hen let lis raise niir \iiiee.->. until the |ilains resuund. 




I:u,^ Sc-fc-nlr 




SENIORS 



IIAIJMdN 
ZlinK 



NK'IKII. 
II AI'.IC, 



.MAkK i.\ 1. llAU.Mi )X 
l.i,li;miin 

I'lililic Spcakinj^ 

Ka|i|.a 'I'lula Tan, \ ice. l'r;s. ^^^ ; Clio; 
Alpha I 'si Om.-Ka, Scc-TiiMS. '.U, I'riM- 
• Iciit '34; I'i kappa iJilla; \icc I'rcs. 
I'rcshmaii Class; Scc-Trcas. SuuUmiI 
Assn; Y. W. C. A, Caliincl '.«, '34; W. A. 
\,; C.l.i- Chill, Scc.-Trtas. 'X',, rrcsidc-m 
"34: Oiiaru-t 'AX '34; State Oratorical Con- 
test '34; l)(,rris Contest \U, 'X',; "The 
I-'ool"; "Shavings"; "I'irales of Pen- 
zance"; "The Mikailo": "M.-irlha" ; "The 
Splc-n.li.i OlTcr". 



I)\\ II) A. znoK J 

History 

llaehelors, Chairman '.U ; "M" Chil.; Ilase- 
hall '27; l-oolhall '31; TracU '.« ; "liir.I's 
Chri-lni.-is Carol". 



SlilKLKA' !•;. .\icii(_»i;s 

] A'lianon 

Matlu'inatics 

i'.a.heh.rs, Sec.-Treas, '34; A.KerliMnL; 
.\laiumer I'»33 .McKeiidrean ; Clee CInli '31, 
'32, -Xi rresi,l,-nl '34; Onarlet 'M \<,i, '34; 
r.anii '31, '32, 'X^ '34; "Marlha"; "The .\Ii- 
l;ailo". 



UCTll !,. II.MIIC. 
Si. l/iiiis 

i'ji^Iisli 

Kapi.a Tlieta Tan, See. '31; Cli..; \lpli: 
I'sr Ome^a; Secretary Clark Hall; Cle. 
Clnh, '31, \U, 'X\ '34; "The Fool"; "I'nale 
of I'enzaiicc"; "The Mikacl.."; ■"I'll. 
>'onm;esl"; "r.lnl'-. Chrislni.is Ciinl" 
".Manila". 



•'* !-fl«W!r. 



FRANK J. CxRUCHALLA 
Sawyeiville 

Biology 

l!:ichcUirs, \'icc-l'as. '33; I'rosidcnl Scnic.r 
Class; Prcs. Stiulciit Association '34: IVcs- 
ident Carnc<;ic Hall 'ii; "M" Cluh; Foot- 
ball '30, '31, 'iZ, '33; All-State Honorable 
Mention 'i2. All-State Second Team ■33; 
Track '31, '3i, •.',>.. '.«. Captain 'X^ '34. 



\\()()I)K(n\' W. I'L'LKERSOX 
C:irini 



ISaclielors, Chairman '34; Pbilo; President 
Carnegie Hall '34; "M" Club, Sec.-Trcas. 
■iX '34; Y. -M, C. A. Cabinet 'ii. '.34; Foot- 
ball '31, '32, 'ii. '34, All-State Captain '.33, 
■34; I'.asketball \U. '.W. 'M; 'Prack '32 ',« 
.1-1. 



AI.VRJOKIK A. SXOW 
Xit'iiiia 

Latin 

Kappa Theta Tan. President '.i4 : C!io: 
-Alpha Psi Omega, \'ice-Prcs. '34: Pi 
Kappa Delta, Treas. '33, Secretary '34; De- 
bate '32, '34; Review Staff '.U : \\ . A. .\.; 
"Applesance" ; "Rehearsal". 



ii.\U( )ij) c. llA■^Il.\\\•.\^■ 

Mt. X'eriKiti 



1. to logy 
Pachelors, Mce President '.?4. 



(•.IU'CII.\I.I,.\ 
SXOW 



I'l'l Ki:iiS(iX 
1I.\'I'H.\W.\V 



SENIORS 





SENIORS 



I. AM. 

w III ri;<ii)i- 



W. Cl-ALDH LAXG 
I.ehannii 

Chemistry 

.\ll.h:i Mil ()nut;:i. '^ic.-Tri;is. 'ii. \"kv 
Trcs. 'iA: Siv'ma Zcta, Master Scientist '3.1 
'34; \'icc-I'rcs. Student Association; Vice- 
I'rcs. hiiiior Class; Scc.-Treas. Senior 
Class; r.nsiness Mana^^'or l-!e\ie\v '34. 



(;.\vi/).\ w. w III 

Kasl St. Louis 
Mathematics 



HSIDE 



r.aclulors; '^ij;ina Zeta. \iie-Master S-i( 
list; "M" Chil.; Track 'iX '34; All-lii 
}{ilih Jiimi) Uecord '33. 



C,\H >kC,l", L. .M( « ) K.MAX 
K.lu.-ir.lMillf 

.Mallicinatics 

Alalia Mil OnKKU, N'ice-l'res. '32, President 
'33; i'r^^idenl Stndenl .\ssn ; President 
Freshman Class; President lunior Class; 
".M" Clnl., Vice-Prcs. '32. President '33; 
iNK.tl.all '3(1. '31, '32. '3.\ Caiitain '33; All- 
State 'I'aelsU^ ■.',3: I'.askril.all '.^2. '.!3, '.34; 
Track '.'^3. 



lll'.l.l'.X 1). S.M'.C.KSSI'IK 
Cranile (.'ily 

I'.ll.L^li.sIl 

I'lii L.tniLda Tan. I 'resident '31; Clio; Pi 
Ka].|ia 1 Ml.i. I'resi.lenI '.U. '34; Alipha I'si 
Otn.K-a: >' W ■ C. A. Cal.inet '31. '.U '33: 
Re\ieu Siali '31; ()rj;aiii/ali(.n k'.ditor 1933 
MrKen.lre.ui: (',1,,. C'lnl. '31, '32. \ ire-Prcs. 
'.13, See.-Tiras. '34; ■'Tlic Kirlor"; "I'.ird's 
CluiMnas Carol". 



LILLIE A. CARMICHAEL 
East St. Louis 

Latin 



ALr.ER'l" C. XATTS AS 
Zeigler 

English 

Alpha Mil Omega, Scc.-Treas, '32. \'icc- 
Prcs. '.^3, President '34 ; Plato ; Secretarx- 
Treas. Student .Assn.; Review StatT '31, '32; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '33, '34; "^1" Club. 
Sec.-Treas. '32; Cdee Clul> '33. '34; Cross 
Country '30; Track '31, '2,2. 'i?,. '.34. 



OSCAR r.. W ILI) 
East St. Lduis 

Mathematics 

Sii^MiKi /.eta. 



.VL\I-\ G. SII.VRI' 
Mt. Carmel 



Chemistry 



Philo; Siema Zeta ; Nature Club, President 
'ii. '34; Review Staff '33, '34. 



C.\RjriCH.\EL 
X.\TTS.\S 



WII.I) 

sn.\i;i' 



SENIORS 




flUIC r-.iCKlxOII 




SENIORS 



iiKi:i.v 



IIMI-FMAX 



RAV.MOXI) llokS'l' 
Cailyk- 
i;iolr,t;v 



WII.IU'R loYCF. 
Sandnvaf 

I'liilo; Krviru SlalT 'M. '.U, '.U ; M:ui;i: 
l-;.|ilnr -.U. i;,l,|n,-i,,-clii,-l 'M. 



I'. i.ofiSK ll]•■.I■■.l.^" 

St. Liljorx 

ICnylish 

Kajipu Thcla '1:111, 'I rcaMirLr '34; Clin: 
Alpha I'si Omega; Vicc-1'rcs. Stiiilciu 
Assn. '3i; Vici-I'rcs. Senior Class; W. .\. 
A., rrosident '34; May Qiit-cii '34; (}lcc 
Cliili '3i, '34; ".MooiiliKht and Mistletoe" ;f 
"('i(i(><\ Mciliciiie"; "liird's Christinas 
Carol." 



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Assislan 


in r.i 


Cnlllinx 


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"M" Cliil.; Cr 



I'll,, I- Turiiiy hrc 







LAFERX X. \\ISE 


UK"IS A. FORTXER 


Bethalto 


East St. Louis 


English 


Clu-iiiistry 




Sigma Zcla. 


EnWIX F. ^lEYER 




East St. Louis 


WALTER AI. RAUTII 


Chemistry 


Ik-lic-ville 


Signia Zcta. 


Siicial Science 




Illlncis C.illcgx- '30. '31; liachtlors; Ciroii- 




lalion -\Ianagi-r 1934 .^[cKcll.lrcall ; "M" 




Cliil.: iMH.tl.all -.^Z. -ii: Track '.U. 



WISE 
MEYER 



FORTNEK 
R.\UTII 



SENIORS 




Poyi- T:i\-iily llii 




Juniors 



Ml FFMAN 
DEHRKNS 
BF.XXKTT 



lilSCHOFF 
SAXDKUS 
AHKIXG 



\irsr,i(( i\iv 
i-:atox 



AKTIflK 1UFI"M\X 
Cliiili.ii. Iii'l. 

"Ili-'d iiKik-c a .VTiv// Icxiiuxj- 
ruf'litr." 



i.i-.oxA msc'iioi'i' 

XhiM-oulali 



Sairm 



'(Jiiirliu-sw ix (I liulnr »/ sue- "I'll •\v/^l,nii il In ynii.' 



AI.ICI-. l:l-.IIKI-..\S 
O'F-allon 

".hirl tlir :.(/.( easv met.' 



JOIIX SAXIJI'.KS 
''.raiiile CitN 

-Siiiiily vill t/i. 



X \()MI I'. V'I'OX 
lvl«ar.ls\ill,- 

"/>'v tlili(/riitr slir ii'/ii.v her 



III il llllllh 



Wll.l.l AM IlKXXK'IT 

l.clijllli.ll 

"/>i>iu- Iri.tiirrly, dune -n'fll." 



i;i.\ixi'. \iiKixc, 

"If iu;rs:uiry I will sl^,;,L- 



c.okDox i;i';i:kS 

C.irnci- Mills 

"I'lu- iiiiniirl's .hmii/Hoii dii 
iiiiiiihrr ' 



••-IMBK ^::i-K.:f<iasm3fmma& 



r^.ir Ticnuyf,,,,, 





lUTH 

SCUM \ij-:xi'.i-:kc.i-.k 




|)i;i.i',i:kt i;ircii 

lii!j:raliani 






W ILIJA'!', I- INK 
Carl>l(-' 


I'.c'lUviIlc 
■■.S7/>- /.//f.Ji.-x so dcHfililji 


11 y" 


■Whalcicr is. is ritjhl." 






". / woman slill will l:a:v her 
will." 


PATL STF.VENS 

■•//.• wax horn for sonic 
ureal" 


liing 


Uolil-.KT IIAKTI,I-.Y 

-Take Ihc hall, frol 

shool /|,W' //il.V." 


and 




llAkOLI) W HITLOCK 
SliTiii.L;lK'M 

"Look- upon nie and inarrel " 


KENNETH SCOTT 




CAROI.YX WAUL 

St. l.nllls, M,,, 






ALIil-.U'l' MAXW XUIXC, 
ClK-sUr 


Marissa 




■■•/■,. know hrr is io Ion 


lii'r.' 




■■II 1 resi 1 rnsl." 


". / rare eoiii pound of folh 
Un," 


and 














SCHMALKNBERGF.R 
STEVENS 
SCOTT 


niRCH FINK 
HARTIj;V WHITLOCK 
WAHL MANWARINT, 



Juniors 





Juniors 



JOSKI'H 

I)ooij:x 

KIKDKR 


IM-'KFKIvK W Al/K i\ 

THOMAS i'Ki;si.i:v 

(ilKSKKK \\A TTI.l-.S 






IIKKXKTTA lf)Si:Pir 
CVI-all<.ii 


1 \CK I'l-KI'ir.U 
l.,l.ai.n,, 


ci. \ki-:nci': w Ai/roN 

l.rl.illH.ll 




•• "lis only luihic lo he i)'i 


ul." "I If is mil <iiiisii(iii.< II j his 
worlhr 


"l.i.'cs hi Icani. Iniriis /,; 


ivc." 


IJAKKKI, UOOI.KN 
KiiimuTi'ly 


liOkOTin' THOMAS 


lll'.KMAN I'KI'.SI.I'.Y 
C'iirlyK- 




"Trill' -.ciirlli can .fiunc 
inrii.tiirrd." 


be '••■'■■""■" 

". / ;>i'i' 't^'iiisiiiiir miss." 


•■Siiiiirs (r;,'iiy snrniw. 
i/,\'(/y I'lirr." 


lasls 


I-KAXCK.S \<\\:\>Kk 
l^liaiKj?! 


II \k()l,l) r.ll-.SI.KI-: 
'rrciUi.n 


Diil.lA' W AT'ri.l'.S 




". / inilliiiii iliilliir .<iiiil,\" 


■■riir M.Kniilrraiis husy lul." 


■■.S7/,''.( ,\',Tyli, lily's sislrr.' 
I'mir Twcii 


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CLIKl-ORDHHRTKXSTEIX 
Xcw Baden 


K]-.\',.\ MAXklXi; 
Ccntralia 




M \K|oRI|-. KEEX 
Mt. Carmii 


". / sliiiiiini liylil ill Iciiiiii." 


■■.\\\il and .f;iv,7 niii 
brat." 


hard lo 


■■.S7,t7/ find v-K the hook ■■ 


DOROTHY IJIXTI-.I.M.VX 
lU'lk-villi- 


PAl'L mi: ADOW S 




CL.XYTOX EAWKES 
ll„nc Cap 


-iriu-rc .11 Iradx iiic I will fol- 
low.- 


Hcrriii 
".7 iihiii\< a man fur 


a' that." 


■■//,■ i7/.fi.',7.( that lu- drink 
llAl." 


STAXLEY SCI 1 Ll'.KKGKI. 
Mascoutali 


CI.I-AI-: STROII 
Mt, Caniul 




KATHLEEX PIFER 
.Miiiiii.ls 


-I., ',1(1 ilniwii mil." 


■■Two iiiorr l^oinl.i foi 
pir" 


Ihr Pnr- 


"//iT Ihoiiijhl.i arc cl.<rwhcre. 



1-1 1 K-ii:\sTi':ix 

in \'ll- l,M AX 

sciii i;ki;(;i:i, 



Juniors 





Sophomores 



Smith 


Harmon 


Ellis 


C.ilki> 


Clark 


Russell 


Freeh 


McCl 


Bennett 


Hrasky 


Zahnow 


Saiuk 



ls;il.cl Smith 
'iranilc Citv 



Dai.- llaniK.ii 
l..,nisvilk' 



Ihl.ii l-Jli-. 
St. iao.li 



Callui 
Mt. 



.■ C.ilki 
irmrl 



Forrest Clark 
Xew Athens 



Manila Knss.jl 
l-.ast Si. Louis 



l".I11ll I'lTCll 



Mary M.Cla 
I'.iavcr Cr 



iJi.rothy llcnnctt 
KasI St. I.oiiis 



jaiius llrask\ 
Kast Si. I.e. 



l'l,.r.iK<- ZaliUi 
l-.asl Si. I, nil 



.\iai> Saiuleis 
( '.raiiilr l.'il\ 



Kciinctli Wilson 
r.ranitf City 


Mary Knapp 
Kast St. Louis 


James M. 
l!lnl"onl 




Fay Stanford 
Clay City 


^[aI■.ioI■ic Binder 
Ccntralia 


Rol.crt Finlev 
Chester 


W ilma Se 
Sandov; 


nieider 
1 


CeorHe Hollzselier 
(".raiiite City 


Win. D. Sanders 
Crossvillc 


Mary I.. I'haris 
West Frankfort 


Clyde Nfel 
ColTren 


ton 


Mar\- L. I )ieckniaini 
Le'l.anon 



Wiko 
liinile 
S.inik- 



Kiiajip 
Finley 
Pilaris 



Schneide 
Nrdton 



Slanfiir.l 
Holtzsche 
Dieckman 



Sophomores 




Pniic T:cculr-i,ii 




Sophomores 



Ellis 
Koch 

SclKVcling 



Willc H.i^cmanl 

r.enner l.iicas 

I'.rnilfor.l Marshall 



l>..r..lliv |-:ilis 
Si. I;ir-,1. 



\>A\U\ Jiuks.il 
Ml. \ . Tllnn 



C.-illuTuu- Willi- \^■r<•^ II: 

I'.asI Si. I.i.iiis l..li,ni..i 



Carl Koili 
I'.rcsc 



I'.nr.lnic lllcy Chiiilcs llcinui- 

Si, l.ullis, \ln. Si. I.nnis, .\l... 



I'iiiilinr 1,1 
.M.uissa 



.\l;irrc-ll:i S<-lir\c-liiig I ).,i-.,lliy Scliiiirrlalc Cl.i.lvs i;ia.|l..nl l\,i . .lui .\l arsliall 

.\\isloii f'.raiiil.- Cily Ilia K.iia, Miss. \ .ni.lalia 



.■v-«., ■'f'-'.'Viniv'tj^'rme''^ 



Man- M. C; 


irson 


Ralph Doshcr 


Iva Lou Crallc 




Paul llateman 


Lebanon 




Carnii 


Hone Gap 




Louisville 


luhn DorUo 




Emilv l!vinc 


Manila Hinkcl 




l..lni Kaulh 


Benlil 




Lebanon 


Carlyle 




lU-llexille 


Martha Mowc 


Rochicv llelu-ens 


Lonise \\ interr 


■ «,1 


^"er(la^■nc Mason 


Lebanon 




O'Fallon 


Luni-^ville 




Alliion 






Carson 


Doshcr 




Cralle 






norko 


Ilvrne 




Hinkcl 






Mowe 


llel.rens 




WintL^rrow,! 



'''9 V ^ '^11 If'^ HI 






Sophomores 







raiic rii!ily one 




Freshmen 



Uf^EU 



-M. Samt.r A. Amtv 



r. S;im|is(,n M. C'lcu I'. I.inylr \|. Cluii) 



M. I!..«kr J. Kciu- f,. CainplKll G. Kiizclc 



\. IliiniilK.n \\. Man 



K. MalMg O. i:ai„.i IJ. I.i.sU U. Il,„,vcr K. IKlt 1, S1.> 



^l.ilt, 



A. IlinchrlifV K. |i„,.,|er c,. Ihinjs 



Kiiii.llu 



/■"./.■ Thiilv lm> 



r. \aii 'I'asscl Iv Harmiiii M. r.aumearten 



\\'. Iliiikcl M. NrcClalnJ. Kn..«les M. Wil^.n R. Kii.lull.cr,L;ii- L. I'.nl.se-r 



C. \\'liittiiv-;ton S. llriiHS G \\liittin,i;ton K. \\ ittlinscr N[ Wilsim D. AlUn 



G. Xuiiciit ^r. I'ylc L. Rnicc L. Parker I-: I'.vrr.'ll R. Wliilson 








mu 







Freshmen 




Pnuc riiirly-thrcc 



Students Whose Pictures Do Not Appear In The Annual 



Seniors William Eaton 

,, , , ,T Alvin Eie;enrauch 

Kapliael l.raun ,, , t i 

X , 1 ,, )C)iul ackson 

Llovd hiarmon •' 

Marshall Harris . llnwanll.arsh 



Frank T ledger 



l':ml Mauck 

Alfred lones Wuwu Moon- 

Edward Maul Cecil Morris 

Robert Sorrells Eowell I'dinell 

Lawrence Wriyln * l-'lniorc Sidw ell 

Lorene Eullerton 1-MilIi Donaldsiiii 

Alice \'ursell \li^-e Griti'in 

Marabeth Little 

Juniors Xrionii St. Clair 
Charles Auwarter 
Walter P.esuelin 
Oakley Ilradliani 

Edwin Cabbage Ervin Aufdcrlici<le 

Almus Caruthers I'.enianl llaldridw 



Barnev Cole 



George Goodman 
Rov llarrl'^ 
Harold Kay 
David Melton 
Emile Mignery 
Glenn Sai)j)ington 
IJurlis Spencer 
Dean Steinkoenig 
Russell Tnlbert 



i'resbmen 



< )s\\al(I r.erendt 



Richard Cbapple Wallace lllackbinn 

August l),eckmann l-,„resl Cravens 



John 1 )illinger 
Jack Edmiston 
Ivlmer Randle 
Leroy Rice 
James Saml)^(ln 
Albeit Sclmicdakc 
1 lenr\ Smith 
Kiclianl Snlirln-inrich 
I'llaiiic Ti"(ilisilalc 
Aiiluir Wfhmcier 
l''i""""'^"^ Clu-slcr \\illiam> 



Harold r.rown Dnn.ilix I'liicki 

Herbert C'ondon Kallirxn I 'a,L;cl 



Orsdiiizdtioiis 
Athletics 




l\u,c Thill y five 



McKENDREE COLLEvGE ORGANIZATIONS 



'I'lu- Sliuk-nl Associatiim makes no ilistinctinns. It's ex rr\ luxly's nr- 
ganizatidii. 

If _V(iu wiiulil IiIm- III ■liri.-ak inui prim" investigate tin- ]iiissiliililK's uf 
the Press Chili. 

Shciuld yiui cra\e scientihc ihstinctiim. there's Sii;nia /.eta. 

.\n>l Siijma I'.eta Rhd nlTers an eMT-npen channel fur service. 

W'hci ihiesn't enjoy an ar.^nment : 1 'i Kipiia I >ella can lielp \(in to he- 
conie really proticient in that art. 

"All the world's a sta,i.;e". So says .\lpha I'si ( )mes.;a. 

And. -W^-':^ a jollx. ,<;(mi,1 fellow", sin.i; the I'.achelors and .Mjiha Mu 
( >me.i;a. 

W hy should the men ha\e a mono|iol\- on the dreek alphahet ? 'I'hey 
ilon't since Xo\emher. .\sk the three wcmien's social Sororities. 

■ \\ e like onr daily do/en. loo". nn,L;ht he the sloi^an of the W . \. A. 

To hel]i Villi in developniL; a w i-ll-n nmded personalitv invesliLiale 
what "!'. .M. and N'. W. havi to otter. 

The (ilee Chilis a.ui'ee with 1, on;; fellow that ' .\lnsic is the nniMisal 
laiij,;iia}4e ot mankind. " 

l)i<l \ou earn a letter this \ear: The ".M" Chih is lookin,!^ for ymi. 

If Mill are i;itere>ted in hirds. trees, ami stars yon will hnil h,ip]iy 
com p;in ion ship in the X.atiiie Clnh. 

Sonic (lay you ma\ he president. ' M' wh.at? ( »h, that's for you to de- 
ci'le. Whatever it i.^ the literaiw socielies will help to t^el \ on ready. 



r.e part of the "Hit; I'.ar.ade". |oiii the l'.;ini 



/',(,;,■ 'I liiilv (i.t 



ORGANIZATIONS 




Page Thirty-seven 



STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

m 




Urt Ir ff;«;il ll.-in-.iuM. <,in,-li:,lla. X.cliuL-, ImucluKin. X:,itsas. I..ini;. Mu 



1- iKST >i:Mi:s'n:K 
• k-iirjjc MuDrnian 
I.riuise Heely 
Albert Xattsas 
W'ilma Schneider 
I'.urdine L'tley 
.Mary McClain 
Shirley Xichols 
lack I 'fetter 



( )i-i-ici-;i<s 

Si;i(i.\i) Si-:Mi:s'n;K 
I'residfnl I'l'ank (inichalla 

\ ice- 1 'resident Chiude l.aiii;" 

Sccretary-'l'reasurer Mariuii I laniKiii 
W'ihiia Sclmeider 
I'.urdine LUey 
I'ianist Mary McClain 

I'rngrani L'liainiian I )()r(]lhy I )intclman 

Snnu Leader Cerald W liillin.i;l(in 



Cheer Leaders 



'I'he iieriod fruni '^ :23 In '/:3() nn !-rida\ ni(jiinnj;s ha> cunie In lie l^nnw n as 
'"student chapel", sn-called liecar.se il is j;i\en 'i\er tci the interests nf Ihr Sln- 
denl Association. 

This Association is the one all-inchisive (/r^ani/alion al .Mcl\cn(hce College. 
Kvery re>(ularl_\ enrolled student of the cdli-^e is aut( Jinalic;dl\ considered a 
niemher and ma\ have a \oice in ilu nu clink's. 

Anion),' the activities ol' the T'.^.^.U associati.m were tin- inlereslin.i.^ wecl^lv 
chapel protjrams and the l.ani|nel -i\t'n in honor of the foolhall le.nn on Decenilicr 
ISlh. in Pearsons Hall, at which time. Kohcvt 1,. I'incli. director of athletics at 
St. I.oiiis I'niversilv was ihc nrini 'ijal speaker. 



\/»iusrm umm m . 



The "McKt'inlrec Rcvitw", edited In' tlie 
Press Club, is now C(;mpletiiis' its thirteenth 
year on the campus. During its period of acti\- 
ity it has constantly served as the voice of stir- 
(lenl opinion, a loyal advocate of campus or- 
ganizations and a reminder, to far-a\\'a\- Mr- 
Kendreans, of IJieir Alma Alater. 

The Press Club has no regularh- elected offi- 
cers. Alembers of the "Review" statT are ap- 
pointed to office and thus acquire training in 
newspaper work. Professor S. M. McClure is 
the sponsor of the club. 

!\IcKendree's weekly publication enjoys the 
loyal support and co-operation of faculty and 
student bod\- alike. 




Uirtctor (if riililicit\- IJarrol Doolcn 

Editur-in-Chicf W'illiur Joyce 

Sports Editor William Sanders 

Circulation and lUisincss Manager 

Clandc Lang 




SIGMA ZETA 




;., •; ; A' ..l<: W il.l. l-',.rlmr. I., 



()1'i-ici-:ks 

Chiil.U l.ai.^; NhisUr Scumisl 

r,a\lciii W hinsiilc- Vicc-M;isifi Siiiini>i 

I Jr. C. j. Stowill 

]■'. r, ..... S \l \l,l.'li.r> 




MoKcndri'r C'dllr^r is iKinorrcl Id iminlirr 
.ininii^ lur nrt;ani/;iliiiii,N ilu' I'.i'la cliaiiU'V (it 
Sii^iiia /a-I.-i. iialiciii.il liiiii(ir;iry sciciililir Ir.i- 
Ui-iiily. ICslalilislu'il in l'»2(i. llu- >r,ir fullnw- 
ini^ llu- siH-i(.'l\'s fiiundiiii; at SlniiilflT. lliu nr- 
L;.iiii/.itiiiii ;il McKi-iidrci- is iiuw nnv cil" ci^lit 
•iniil.ir rli;i|iU'is in cnllt-^cs i1ii(iu,l;1iiuiI iIr' 
(nihil Sl.ili-s. wliiisc r.xpiTss |inriiiisi- is tn 
i;i\r rtT'i^^nilinn III wiivlln nnilrri;v;iiln;iU' slii- 
ilciils fur lii.^h srliul;irslii|i in srinirr .-11111 in.itli 
i-nLilics. 

l)iniii^ this WAV. llir r.fl;i cli.i|ilrr li.is ;iL;.iin 
lu-i|Ril 111 finllu-r lliis |nir|)iisr. In .\|iril. si-xuii 
|)lc(li^t-s wi-iH' inili.itcil, l)i-iii,!;iii}i llic ili:i|ilci- mil 
111 fonrlccii. In .\l;iy. tin- iir^.aiii/.'iliuii w.is rep 
resciilt-il .-il llu- ii;itiiiii.-il riiiul,-ivc lu-M .il < M- 
Icrhciii Cull.;;*-, W.-sln-vilk-, < )lni.. Dr. C. \. 
.sii,'.\(-ll .-Hill I'll. I'. S. .\1. .McC'liii-c, f.-K-iilty 
nirinl)i-i-<. ;irc Imlli n.iliiiiial iilTici-rs nf llic fr;i- 
1cniit\-. 



In respinise tn Christ's ci'miiiand, "Cn xn . . . 
;uv] pre;icli". McKendrec's sludeiU body has 
al\va_\'S included ministerial studt-nls. In the 
autumn of 1931, such a j^rnu]!, witli Dr. Wal- 
ton's assistance, organized the Culle^e's minis- 
ti'rial traternit\", Sigma lleta ]\hii. 

The i)urp()Se of the fraternity is to ])roniote 
schiilarship, !)r(]therh()(iil a)id religious faith 
;imong its menihers. The present nienibersliip 
includes nine ministeri.al students as well as 
hve honorar\- members: Dr. ll;irmon. Dr. 
Walton, Re\. Todd, Rev. i'.eimett. an<l I'rof. 
(jarvin. Dr. Walton has remained the frater- 
nity's spons(:>r since its organizaticjii. 

Sigma Beta Rho. this year, has included in 
its activities various chapel services and the 
annurd liancpiet. 




OFl'lCF.RS 

I'anl Muaduws frusLlcnt 

D(in Liisk St'crct;irv-'Prc;isiircr 



L^. 


iM-A 


Ms^-^"' 




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r 




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31 


^ 



Page Forty-one 



SIGMA BETA RHO 



PI KAPPA DELTA 




r-f Hvu. Ii-rl lo ri«/;(— Hcrun.Mcin. .\K-,ul..« -. \\liicl..ik. 
Bottom Ron — Miss Howf, Snow. S:i.irc«sir. .ln~,i.li. Mi-. Wilsi.n. 



(JHI-ICKKS 

I'rcsi.k-m HcKn S;u-.;<smt 

\'icc-rri-siili'iit I'aiil Miadnus 

KecnrcliiiK Secretary Marjoric Snow 

Sccrc-tarj-Trenstirer B<-riiclta Inspph 




Students winnini; I'drcnsic Ikhkhs al Mc- 
Ktiiilrvi.- Ciillii^i,- art- i^isi'ii naliniial rtcii,i;iii- 
lion thruu^li llir lllinuis Thrla CliapUT dI" I'i 
Kappa i)tlta. McinlnTsliip in llu- (ir^ani/atii)ii 
is npcii 111 llinsi- wliii ha\f ri.'pr(.-s<.-iiti.'(l tlicir 
olk'^^^i.' Ill n.'ciiL;iiiz(.-il inlcrcnllr^iaU' (iralniical 
coiilcsls (ir ik'halcs. 

Tliis w-AV llu' McKriiilrcc cliaptcr i>i I'i 
l\ap|ia hilla Sfiil ilrk'i;aU-s tn tin' Xalinnal P.l- 
^'inial I'i Kappa I )rlla (.'mu (.-nlinn lu'lil in Ia'X- 
iniLjliin, KinHukx , April 2ii(l In (illi. 'I'lu'sc ilcif- 
i^ati's wtTc .Marjiirir Simw ami I'anliiic I.iicas, 
i-nlranls in Wdnicn's 1 )i'lialr. and I'aul 
.\U-ailii\\ s. iTpix-si-iilaliv r in .\h-nV ( ivali jr\ anil 
"l-".\U-nip". Miss AlKni \\ ilsiin, wlm is spnii- 
MiriiiL; llu- iir^ani/aliiin .siiici.' the ik' pa it nix- nf 
Miss llnwf. arrninpaninl tlir i;i'iinp ami ailni 
as a in'l,L;r in ikliatc, 

1 'a 111 .Mcadiiw s w as I lie w inner ul' third place 
in llu- S'.aif ( >i-,ii,,rical C'nnlcst held al I'.rad- 
lc\ 1 'ul\ li-i hnir Inslitntr in I'rliniary. .Marinii 
ilariniin represented .\li Kemlrec' in the wnm- 
eii's event. .Miss Kns.alind llnlni alsn .itteiid- 
ed the contest, 

.<e\ei! slndenls lia\c attained tu eli.yihility 
I'ur nieiiiliersliip diirint; the year thrunL;h de- 
hatt' and oratorical activities. 



I'liij,' /■'"liv In 



1 )iiriiii; recent \ears dramatics liavi; come to 
l(jom large among the worthwhile activities of 
the college campus. To care for this need a 
national honorary dramatic fraternit}-, Alpha 
I'si Omega, was organized in 1925. The aim 
of the fraternit}- is that of providing a reward 
for students who distinguish themselves in col- 
lege dramatic productions. Eligibilit\- to mem- 
bership is based upon the playing of a certain 
number of major and minor roles in campus 
productions. Other kinds of dramatic acti\ity 
may also help to establish eligibility. 

As a national organization the fraternit)' 
acts as a medium for broadened fellowship 
among college dramatic directors as well as 
for students who are interested in the promo- 
tion of dramatic activities. Each chapter is 
called a Cast. 

In 1927 the Alpha Theta Cast of Alpha Psi 
Omega was organized at !McKendree College 
with a charter roll of sixteen members, Aliss 
Olive E. Patmore acting as faculty adviser 
and sponsor. Miss Rosalind Hohn is at pres- 
ent serving in that capacit} . 

The Cast has grown steadil\- through the 
seven years of its existence. During this }ear 
six members have been added. Various social 
functions have also entered into the year's ac- 
tivities. 




( )I-mci:ks 

I'l (.■-iiU'iii NUiridii I l.iniiiin 

\ iir-l'usidfiit MarjcM-ic Siinw 

Slci i.l:ir\ -'rii'UsiiriT K;i\ni<iMcl .\l\isur(i\ i; 




ALPPIA PSI OMEGA 



Page Poily-thrcc 



BACHELORS 




Tor Ro;i; IctI lo riw/iJ— Fiilkersoii. Scott, Hcits, WhitcsiiK-, S.in.'.i-rs, R;m<li. 

Middle KoH— McClun-. Cole. ISradham, I'fcilfcr. Mauck. Hartliv, tariitlu-rs, l)o„Kn. Il„i>l 

/)'..|/,..ii K,t,~ llalh.iwav. Nicliiils Z.)ol-, Nai.Ili. CnRlialla. 



Ol-FICl-.RS 

Prcsiilrnt I ):i\ i.l /.i.i.U 

X'icc-Prosicleiit Ki:mk ( inuhiilhi 

Sccrctarv-Trcasiircr Shirley Nichols 

Scrge:inl-:it-Arms lark F'frffor 




' h-i;ani/,-iliiins Tor ihr pniinolion of fra- 
tfni.il ,111(1 S(H'i;il rrl;ili()iislii|is amniit; collei^c 
riH-ii i\w lit |)riiiir iiii|i()i"l,iiKr (ill cvcrx (■.•nil 
])us. At .MrKriKJrcf liir I '.;iilR-l(irs' lM;il<.Tnil \ 
.■■-;|iiri_'S 1(( in- ;ini(jii,L; lliosi' (irL;,iiii/;iti(iiis ren- 
dering; tlii.^ scr\ iiH-. 

Mils Idi.'il (iru;aiil/.ili(in w .'is (.•slaMislu-d in 
I'M'' l,\ l'r(,i,-,s(,r !,. A, I'.nlls, Dr. Ii(,\\,-ir(l 
W. C. .1)1(1. Dr. I'. !,. J(,nrs. j. Urrlrani ll.ar- 
iMdii, ,111(1 I h'. .\. II. I.oiliinr. Mcinln'i'slii|i in- 
( lllde-s Iwriilx two slndrnls .-ind (Jlie l';icilll\ 
ni'-inljcr. i'rdlr.sNdr S. M . .MiC'Inrc. I 'r( ili-ss( ,r 
I.. .\. r.nlls, ,•d;IInlln^ .and idrmer inslitKlor 
'liiriiiL; ,a .^iiniiin'r >fssi(in dl llu' rdllc^c. is llic 
liiTM-nl I ,ai nil \ s|Minsdr. 

Tliis \c;ir, llic r.;i( lu•]((r^. Id^ctlier willi llie 
incnilicrs d f lli.^ \l|ili,a .\lii ( )nicL;.a h'r,ilcrni!\ 
|)riscnlc(| .1 niinslril ^Ikju ,iI llic Alniid 'I'lic 
.aire. ( lilicr .k livilics ni llir r.,i(li(ldrs iiK Ind 
cd .1 w 11 nrr rd.asi, ,a |i,ai"l\ ,il l.diiisl Mills 
('diiiilN Chill .and llu- ,1111111. il li,in(|iu-l held ,al 
llic ('dii;;r',ss I Idlcl in St. i.diiis dii llic eve- 
ning,' of .\l,i\ 12lli. 



Tin- year \'>24 saw tlif I'dundiii- on Mc- 
Kendret's campus of the Alplia .Mu ( )nK-ga 
fraternity. This local organization was estab- 
lished for the ])urpose of furthering ihe spirit 
of fellowship, fidelit) lo hrotlier nieiuliers, and 
loyalty to the school. 

Professor Claude E. \'ick, head of the Mc- 
Kendree College IJepartnienl n{ Education, 
and Wesley Kettelkamp, former professcjr of 
History at AFcKendree College, are faculty 
s|)onsors of the fraternity. 

The Piienihers of Aljiha Mu < iniega. loL;ellier 
with the r>achelors, presented ihis year the 
.\. 'SI. ().-P.achelor Minstrel, an outstanding 
entertainment of the school year. The frater- 
nit\- sponsors a number of social gatherings 
ever\- vear, including the annual banquet given 
each sprin.g shortly before the close of the 
school \ e,ir. 




()1-"I-ICKRS 



I'rcsKiLiu 

\"icc-l'rcsiik'in.. 



irgc Mi)cprnian 
.\ll)ert Xattsas 




Toh Ron; left to nV/;!*— Doshcr. Dillinger. Goodman, Kicc. 
Middle Ttov. — .Samnsoii. Hr.iskv. \\il..;oii. Larsli. P.ennctl Sr, 
Bottom /fotf— X.ittsas I.ani;. Strnh, Monrma;i. I.a.v.;. 



ALPHA MU OMEGA 



PHI LAMBDA TAU 




i,r '.••:.. ;.;.• /.■ i;../i(--lltiiiutl, Mr. \\ :il.lniii. Kuik. 
.Wi</J(<- Koa— Schm.ilcnhiTmT, McClain. Wahl, Sacc^ssir. Stanford. 
/!..((.>.ii /e,.ti- C.ilkismi. S.mikrs Schmc.lakc-. Diiltflman, 



Ol'IICl-.kS 

President Helen Sacgcsscr 

\'icc-Frcsiilcnt Curolyn Wahl 

Sccrctary-Trcasnrcr Dorothy Dintelman 

Scrgi-aiit-at-.\rms Knlli Schiiialcnliergor 

■■iiiiiiiiappi 




' )n tlif jveniui; ni X(j\ cinhcr '*, l''3o a nii'd- 
iiit^ was liclil ill Clark Ilall to discuss tlic nr- 
;.;ani/atiiin u\ a Sdrurit). Tiie (.-JcNen .niris pres- 
ent at this nu'tiiiii; dratted a constitution, 
which, toi,;cthc:- with ,a petition, was shortly 
afterw.ird |ircsciitcd to the faculty commit- 
tee on student oiL;,inizations, asking permis- 
sion lo ori;ani/e as a sorority. This being 
.i;ranted, tlie lirst olt'icial meeting was held on 
Xoseiiiher Ihtli. I'hi Lambda Tau, as this or- 
L;;ini/alioii was liter christened, is the first sor- 
ority to be est.ablislicd on the McKendree Col- 
le.L;e campus. 

I 'r. .\ell \\ .aldroii was chosen as its sponsor. 
I', illow iiiL; her resign.ilion :it the end ol' the 
Inst semester, Mrs. 1 ,eoiie C\ Reed, of the 
l''.n;;lish dep.-irtnienl, was chosen to succeed 
lier. The palrons .and p.atronesses of tlu' S(]r 
orily ,irc .Mr. ,ind .Mrs. W. C. I'lefler, .Mr. .and 
.\lr>. llmn.an I'feffer, .Mr. .ami .Mrs. Si. C'l.iir 
Mini .and .Mr. .and .Mrs. U. C. l'o\. 

I'hi L.anibil.a T.aii's soci.al cikaid.ir for the 
\i-;ir h.is iiichided ;i "rush" te.a .and ,a "rush" 
|iarl\ :il llie iioines of .Mrs. \\ . C. rfeffer .and 
.Mrs. k. C". l'o\. ;i |.arty .at the l.ocnsi llill 
Coimlry C'hib, and ;i baiuiuet. 



Ka|ii)a Tlicta Tan was aiuillK-r ni llu' siiruri- 
lifs t(i be ()i\t;anize(l on tlic i:ani|)us <luring llie 
nioiUli of Niiveniber, 19,io. 

'J"1h' purpoSf of this (.)rganization as set 
fiirtli 1)\' its charter nienibers is that of "pro- 
moting; scholarship, friendship, and social ac- 
tivities among the girls". 

Miss Agnes 1 lowe was chosen as sponsor of 
tlie sorority liul. during her ])resent leave of 
absence for gra.duate study at Northwestern 
I'niversit}. Mrs. C. E. \'ick has been the act- 
ing spon-Sr;r. 

'I'he sorority i)atronesses are Airs. Harold 
I'felter, Airs. I<ouis I'feffer, Airs. Lawrence 
h'ast. an.d Mrs. John Zinckgraf. 

A number of interesting social events have 
been given by Kappa 'I'heta Tau during the 
\ear. These include among others, a "rush" 
tea and a "rush" party in the homes of Mrs. 
Harold Pfefter and Airs. Zinckgraf as well as 
a farewell dinner for Aliss Howe with Ah's. 
l.ouis I'fefter. These were later followed b\' a 
])arty at the 1-airview Countr\- Club and a 
banquet ,'it the Hotel Jefferson in St. Louis on 
the evening of Alav 19th. 




OM-ICKKS 

President Marjoric Snow 

Mce-Presiilent Marion Harmon 

Secretary Rnth Habig 

Treasurer Louise Heely 




KAPPA THETA TAU 



BETA ALPHA MU 




l(„l,l IL.mih,,:,. Walllcs. Sdi,v>li„«. I!r;.,ll„r.|. Mi~. ll„|„,, 



l;iM.I,i, M.nuil,,. K,-,,l. 



I'rt^i'lii'l Dolly Wjuilrs 

\ icc-l'ri-si<k-Mt Kd.a Manrin-r 

Sccrotary-Tnasurcr Mariciic Keen 

StT).'i-aiil-al-.\rms._ I'.la.lvs liraafonl 




Thr vdun-i-st cf M cKcmlrrc's s(ii( iritii-s is 
I'.ita Al|ili;i Alu. Tin- third nr-aiii/atidii of its 
kind til In- idundcd n\\ the cam|nis, it. alsn. was 
I'lirnialiy (irL;ani/cd in \iiveinln.-i-, l'),i,i. 

Its |nn|Misi-. as set I'drlh hy thr ten char- 
I'l inrnili'.TS. is "Id rstahhsh fratnnal and 
social rrlalidiiships anidiiu; thr nicnihrrs and 
td iii-dnidlc- schniarship". 

Alihun-li it lias hccn in (.■xistt-ncc iml a 
-hdii tinR. its Sdcial actixilics lia\o hern 
'unncrdiis. Tlu-sc lia\i- inchidrd a 'Isid" paiU, 
\andii> ■■rn>h" parlio. and a \ alriitiiif |iart\- 
ai Ihc I.d.iisl Hills C'dnnliv t'lnh. 

Mis-, kd-alind lldlin is l'acnll\ ,s|idiisdi- hir 
1)h- ;;rdn|,. 



I'll.,,- l-,nly.ri,il,l 



The W'diiian's Athk-tic Association, better known on the canipns as the W . 
A. A., with .Miss Kosahnd Hohn as its sponsor, hekl its first meeting on Thurs- 
day, Alarch 1, l'>34. 

The principal ol)jective of this, .McKendree College's youngest organization, 
is to render possible the participjation of more women students in athletics and 
various forms of physical education. A definite number of points are to be given 
for the activities in which each woman student takes part and, upon having ac- 
cumulated a S])ecified number, that individual will receive a letter. Katherine 
Pagel, one of the organization's charter members was elected point chairman of 
the association. 




T,-l' N.'w. I<-U !,■ riuhl --W-.Kvmon. Kick-r, C.-irson. Slu'lLui. Aliniii;, Wilk 

Second 7?ott'--Sno\v, Behrens, Ch,^iiple, Donaldson. 

Third Kpk'— Eaton, Wilson. Ellis. Mowe. Pagel. 

Bottom ;?o;c'— Byrne, Crow, Wilson, Heely, Ellis, Hamilton, Utley, Gilkii 



WOMAN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



Pane Party nine 



Y. W. C. A. 




7.,~ /v.... ..•; ;. i:.,lu Ml,, li;iipLr. .Mi„ WiIm.ii. Ihir.u..u. 

MiJJU- AV:>— Smith. McClaiii, Cralk. .\I.,ui. 

/>'.>«.. H. Wi.t,'— l.ucas. Schmedakf. SainKrs. Silim.ilcnlRrmr, lliiililinan 



( )I-ik'i:ks 

I'rc^i'ltiil 1 )iir..tli\ I )iiiuliii:iii 

\'ice-Prcsi<leiit Miirtha Mdwc 

Secretary-Treasurer.... Riilli Schiiialiiilnr5.'iT 
f'T'^iiram Cluiirnian Mary Mi-Claiii 




I'rcslinuMi ,i;irls ;irrivin<^' cm the campus in 
Sv|>tciiilj(,r I'liiil till.- (lilTicultifS coiiiK'Ctcil witll 
r(.'j.;isirali(iii am! I'lrsl w rek activities in general 
consideraliiy icsscmd liy the acquisition of a 
"Hit; SisUi" \\h(i helps to smooth the way 
tliriiugh this sdiiiewlial Irxing period of adjust- 
ment. i"or this liappy circumstance the ^". W. 
C'. .\. is responsihie. for one of tlie oulstamHng 
aims of this organization is tlie promotion of a 
sjiirit of helpful Christian companionship 
among the wonu-n ol the college. 

The .McKendree t'.ille.^e Y. W. C. .\. was 
organized in. IS'i'' hy .Miss .\nna hove of hM- 
\\ards\ille. That \ear there w I're onl\- nine 
nicnihers in the group; now e\'er\ wcmian slu- 
dcnl of the collr;;e is considered a memhi'r. 
The facull) ad\isois are .Misses Wilson and 
Harper. 

r.esides laUini; p.iil in ihe I'.ig ami i.ittle 
SisUr mii\enu-p,l whiih has heccJine (|nile gen- 
eral on college campuses ihe N. W . sponsors 
ujan'. Iirsl week gel-acipiainU-(l aclivilies ;is 
well ,is various parlies ihroughonl Hie \e:ir. 



( )iH' of the mcsl hfliit'ul of ML-Kcnilrfc's nr- 
gaiiizations, from the standpoint of meeting the 
rehgious and social needs of the students on 
the campus and introducing them to the larger 
student world, is the College Y. M. C. A., es- 
tablished in 1897, and including all men of the 
college as members. Rev. C. Todd has been 
the association's sponsor this year. 

Last June, the organization was represented 
at the Lake Geneva Student Conference by a 
group including Professor Huck, Clifford Her- 
tenstein. Clarence Walton, Elmer Lowry, and 
Harold Gieseke, and this year, a delegation at- 
tended the sixtieth anniversary of the fcjund- 
ing of the LTniversity's Y. M. C. A. at Cham- 
paign. 

Other activities have included co-operation 
with the \'. W. C. A. in publishing the Y's 
McKendrean and in first week activities, depu- 
tation work headed by Forrest Clark, and boy's 
work in the community, as well as the semi- 
monthly association meetings. 




OI'FICKRS 

Claxlnii [•';iukcs Presidout 

Win. I'.cnin'tt \'ice-Presiclent 

I'aiil Mi-idiivvs Secretary 

Cian-iicc W'altiin Treasurer 




Left to riaht, sl.nulinu- X,-itl>a- 
.Vi«iji„— Man-is. ]I:i|-mon. ll.irk, 



lk,r-..n. I.:,r-li, I:. 



l.u-k. .Nrc.i.l.iw-.. F;iwkL- 



Y. M. C. 



Pnfic Fifty one 



MEN'S GLEE CLUB 










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Mini 


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WlKll 


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Icftcr. 


IImIm 


C. Mil;1u1\. 


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'\'hv MnTs Ck-c Cluh, likx- its sis- 
Ui- (iri^ani/alidii. is dircclrd liy Miss 
I'aiiliiK- llaipcr ami is (iVL;auizo(l 
fur llu- saiiK- |iur|">sr. 

Tins viar llu- club's animal S|)rin,i; 
lri|j lijuk il In < '.rcniN ilk-, l-'lTiiiL;- 
iiani. ( )liR\ . Aslik-\ . l-'airlii'lcl, and 
(.'rnivalia diirini; Ajji-il 18-22. ]pi-ci- 
i^ianis ln-ini; i;i\i-ii in llu- chnn-lu'S 
and liii^li scluiuls ni llu-st,- ccjiiinuini- 
iH-s. A luunlirr ni slidvl Irips niadr 
lip llu- rt-niaindi-r ni llu- si-asun 
v\ liicli w as cniR-hiik-d liy a i-nnihinnl 
iiintiTt (if llu- \\iinu-n's and inrn's 

.\ll..\s (JlAKTKTTK . <1>''''' '" ^'-'y- 

L.fl I K,„l,t .Jack l'fi-ff.T. fir,! l.-m>r: Cor.loii l!,-,-r>. ,,-con.l Irnor; Slur Ik-caUsr ni llirir sllk-lldill W (Ifk 

Iry Nirhfils linrilnnr: Ceo lie (;»oilin:in, li.'i.s. ' 

lliis WAV. llu- C'cilk-i^i- is jnslly prdiid 
(if lli(-s(- l\\(j caniims nHisi(-al (irL^an- 

i/'ltidllS, 




The Women's Glee Club has as 
its purpose the further development 
of musical ability and appreciation 
among interested women students 
as well as providing worthwhile 
music for music lovers on and off 
the campus. 

To this end, as well as serving as 
an adxertising medium, the club 
makes an annual tour to various 
points in the Southern Illinois Con- 
ference, entertaining in churches 
and schools and establishing rela- 
tions between the college and its 
constituency. The club's itinerary 
this year included Alt. Vernon, 
llerrin, Johnston City, Mounds, 
Anna, and Alurphysboro. 

Besides participating in the com- 
bined concert of both clubs, the 
Women's club as well as the Men's, 
assisted in presenting the oratorio, 
"St. Paul," on Sunday evening, 
lune v\ 








Tol> Ron; left to riiilit—L'sn 
Second Row — Sanders, Habji 
Third ;?otf— Schncitlcr, Gilki: 
Bottom Roil'— Vtlev, I'ifer. ) 



n, Heely, Pilaris, ilcCIaiii. Hai 

Hoover, Lucas, Eaton, 
in, r.ennett, Saegesser, Walton, 
.-en, Smitli, Kussell, Wliitlinnloi 



WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



"M" CLUB 



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e,.llom R.f.c, jtl7(m.(--llrasky. W il>.m, l-n'k. i -.,ii. I.ii^h 



OFFICERS 




The ".M" C'liili li(in..rs llmsc slii(k-iUs (if llio 
Cnlli-i- will, have rNcellcd in :ithlelics, in- 
clmliiiL; ill ils nu'nihrrslii|i anx sUulcnl who 
has Willi his iiillr,i;i- Irllrr ami hrcii iiiiliaU'il 
iiHii thr chill. 

|-",acli WAV ihr (ir^^ani/aliiiii |ireSL'iUs In ,L;ra(l- 
ualiiiL; sniinrs an (■iiiliK-iii Im' rach s|inii in 
whiih ihry liavc w mi IcIliTS as a (jluasaiil n- 
niinilrr nf ihc ila\s ihirini; whicli lhc-_\' linighl 
fur nlil MrK. 



•^a»."«c«'T--m 



Xature lias yracioush" endowed the campus 
(if McKeiidree Cullege, but the development of 
this heritage in recent years has been largely 
due to the efforts of the Xature Club and its 
facull}- s|)(jnsor, I )r. E. R. Spencer, l-'rom the 
year of its founding. V)2(i. to the present time 
the club has held to its two-fold purpose: 
first, to improve the campus ; and, second, to 
give to its members a broadened appreciation 
of n.ature through meetings and hikes. 

There are no special requirements for nicm- 
berslii]) in this organization. The club meets 
ever\- Wednesday evening, and both those who 
lo\e nature and those who wish to acquire an 
ap]ireciation ;ire welcomed. 

The rock garden, the lily pool and the beau- 
tification of the back campus in general have 
been supervised b}' the Nature Club. Every 
year a camping trip is taken b\" the members 
of the club and wild plants are brought back 
to ;idd new beautv to the college "rounds. 




OKKICF.kS 

r resident \1\ in C.fiirge Sharp 

Secretary-Treasurer Tva Lou Cralle 

Program Chairman Kathleen Pifer 




V,./- K,m-. left to ,;.,/.(— Harris, Williams. Huffman, Kalon. I.iisk, Whitlock. IJalrtri.lKf, Harris. Ha. 
MiilJU- Ko:i — Eaton, Carson. Utley, Fink, Keen, Eaton. 
;.• r(,.i;, A',.;,— I)r, Syiencer. l^le. Pifer. Sliarji. Cralle, Knai.p. Mit;ner.v. 



NATURE CLUB 



PLATONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 




.. ,-: ;. ii„;i/ Migucrv. r.al.lri.Ui . II 

M.'jJU VvVu— Jack.son. Urown. Sampson. IUtIl 
Bottom Ron — Natts.ns. Harris. Huffm.Mi. Winn 



,n, ll.-nri-.. I< ,i,I.I1h-. L:,r, 

n. n.il.it. (iu.,,lnlan, ll.,rLn, W Intloik. 



J\t.-;ili/iii^ llial cxtr.rcunu'ul.ii .-u'lixitR'S liiil<l an iin|iiiilaiil iilacc in llic ilc- 
\t.-li)l>mfiU of tin- all-r(]Uiiil man. I'labj strives lo iinnnoU' certain ol tlirsr aili\i- 
ties for ihe go()<l ni its nicnil».Ts am! llic slmlenl hinly as a wlicilc. 

Kfj^ular nu-t.-lin.i;s (if llu- ov^anizali^m an- lu-ld (.'very .Monday cvciiini;-. At 
these meetings the members receive training in (lel)ate, parUamentary drill, and 
in that terror of even the hesl ut s])eakers. the ini|)r()nii)lu sjieecli. I'lald invites 
visitors to its meetings llu- first .Mniulav ni-lil m' each innnlli. 

J)uring the \ear I'lato invited and iecei\ed into liniKjrar) nieniliershi|> seven 
professors ni McKemlree (."nlleLH-. 'I'he\ were l)e.ni I'',. I'. I'.aker, I )r. Iv K. Spen- 
cer. Dr. C. J. liittner. Dr. |. I'. Keed. I'rol'essor < ). ||. Kleinsdiinidl, Dr. W. C. 
Walton and Kev. Clvde Tud-l. 



r'7j'"??iirinsw: 



Alioiil In ciini|ilt.'ti.- a cciUury nf w orlli-w hilt- acli\ity. llu- riiilnsnphiaii liter- 
al"}' Society, cslaljlished in 18.v. is the oldest organization on the Hill. l"or all 
these }'ears the pin'pose of the societ\' has been "the niutnal improvement of its 
members in oratorical attainments and scientilic and literary pursuits", and from 
this purpose Philo has never drifted. That it has been a worth}' one is evidenced 
by the Philosophians wlm hax'e yone into escr}' hcinorable calling; — into jxililics. 
medicine, law, religion ,'uid education. 

The \'ear iy,i,v,i4 has been another successful one. The regular Monda}' eve- 
ning' meetings, the monthl}' open, sessions and special programs have promoted 
literar}" and social actixit}' on the campus as well as among the Society's members. 
Philosophians are looking forward to the Triennial l^.anc|uet in 1935 and the Cen- 
tennial in 1937. 




Top Ri'lv, left to riiiht — Sharp. Joyce, ?;atuii, Di iifs,. 
Second ifoit— Moore, Heer. Main, Williams. 
Tilird fioK'— Fawkes, C.ieseke, Clark, Meailows. 
Bottom .Roif— Walton, Behrens, I.usk, Sanders, Bennett. 



PHILOSOPHIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Page Fifty s 



CLIONIAN IITERARY SOCIETY 




7 r R^ -. . I.u <. ii.jhl \\■:lttU■^, K.i-mII. Sd.iii,-.I.TilRri;.r. r.ni 

SecotuI Koti-— Pascl. M.ir-hall. nvrne, Hclirens, Kink. 

Third /e<7-u-— Carson. Suiilh, McClain. Pilaris, I.vicas, SaiKtssi- 

Fclirlh /foil'— HabiR, Hn,.vir, I'tKv. MiC'lain, Slalifonl. 

/•■|///l /eoa-— Snow. CilkiM,].. nimiiiiKiii. \\:.l.:. San. ills, llcilv 

Bottom R<.!i-— Harmon. IM,. I'if,i. I'l.ill,. S. linn .l.il,. . M.un 



Sixty-t'nt- \t-;irs w^x llu- I'diiitci-n cliarliT iiirniliiTs nf ihr t'lidtii.iii I.iUT.ii'v 
Society firsl mc-l anil l)cf,'aii I'liiR-licJiiiiiL; as .111 ( jfn.iiii/alinn. 'riirou^lKHil this Idiil; 
period f>l tiiiH- this ur,i,'anizali(in. tlu-ntiK wumaiiV lilri'ai'x socict} nn llu' Mill, lias 
cari'ie'l on. strivinj; to liold I'lniily tu its ideal and slogan. "\ irlule et Uahnre" ( \ ir- 
tiie and I.ahor 1. 

Clio meets each Monday e\enin,L; in Clin hall .-inil. in (ivdrr that iIkisc wlm arc 
not memlters may ohser\e the wcrk luliii; dour, llu- si-rund nu'clinn of e\ir\ nmiilli 
takes the form of an o])en session in whidi \isitnvs ate imiunl. ( )rricrrs aia- clcrUMl 
every six weeks with the exception of ihe lia-asiuar. v liu linld> ullice llironi^lidnl 
the year. 

("Jtlier features outside of the re^ailar and o|jen session |ii(iyi-,inis foi- this \car 
have included ojjen house, hoiKn-iii'; furnicr Clionians, on 1 Ionic cdniiiiL; d,i\ : llic 
annual exhihitir>n pr(j}^rani dinin;.; coiiinu-)n cmciil week; ,ind llic Iricnnial I'.in 
f|uet held in Pearson's I fall on ihc c\(nin^ of .M.iy Itli. 



STL'DEX'I' ri-:KS< )XXEL 
Director Eii,L;tne \ . Schaetcr 

COKXKTS Sa \(ir I loXKS 

]"(jrrest Clark Gerald W'hittington 

I'ernarfl Pialdriduc ^Milton Sautter 

Stanley Brines Mildred I'yle 
Christine Whittint;l(in 

DiUJis 

Mi:i.(iPiioxi:s William liennett 

Canihii .Marshall Tlarnld I K-rtenstein 



Cl.AklNK'I'S 
Wilnia Schneider 
Shirley Xichols 
Lero\' Hasemann 



TRDMIUtXKS 

]Mar}- Margaret Carson 
John Pepper 
Lawrence P.ruce 



From the time of its organization in 1926, the ]\IcKendree College band has 
taken part in various campus activities, thus becoming a very definite factor in 
college life. Outside of the student membership of this }ear there were sev- 
eral persons from the town and community who assisted in the efforts of the 
organization. To them, special appreciation is due. 

During the \ear tine band pla\ed at home games and im (ine occasion trav- 
eled with the team, thus adding to the <lemonstration of schixil s])irit. 




7V./' Ro-.c. left to ny/if— r,enm-tt, Hcrteiistcin, l'.ri^e^, CUirk, Wlii 
MuUlli- Wou— t'epper, llarshall, Carson, Wliittinsto.i. 
n.'ttnm R,.;.— Xichols. Scliniiilev. Scliai-fer. I^■lc, Hasemann. 



Sclia>.fcr. IlaUlriilge. Sa 



BAND 



DEBATE SQUAD 



■■RcshIm'iI : Tliai ilu' l'<iUi.Ts of the l'ri.'siik-nt nt the L'nited Stales SIkhiM 
r.e Substantially liicrcasoil as a Sculcil I'ulicy" was ilio qufslicm (loliatcd li\ Mc- 
Kciulree"s ik-batc squad whicli was coniiuiscd nt tlu' t'cilldwiiii; nu'iiilaTS : I Iclcii 
Saegesser. tlirt-t- yi-ar's i.-\|icriciicc : I'aul Mcaddws. Marjoric Snow, |)(ir(illi\ 
Scliniedake and llarcijil W'liitldck. each with (nu- \oar (it previous rxpnii'iici.- : 
and Pauline Lucas. .Mary I.ou I'haris. l{niile Mii^nery and Artliur llulTnian, wliose 
participation heyan w itli the present \ ear. 

(-^n Saturdax exeniui;. April 21. the deli.ile schedule was lii"ouL;ht to a close. 
alter a successful season, with an inter-racial debate with l,e Moyne College of 
Memphis. Tennessee, the leading \ej;ro college in the mid-South. I'auline Lucas 
and Arthur Huffman ui)held the affirmative of the national Pi Ka])pa Delta 
question for McKendree. The ilebate was non-decision and was the best attended 
1 t the season. 

Resides the Le .Mo\iie contest, the deb.ate stpiad has had a full program in- 
cluding encounters with Illinois W'esleyan L'niversity, Xorthwestern State Teach- 
ers' College. I'ark College, nlivel College, l'rincii)i.i College. Augustaua College, 
(".reenville College, lllackburn College. Culver-Stockton College, Northwest J\Ii.S- 
souri State Teachers' College and Shurtleff College. Iksides these home debates, 
a mixed negative team composed of Dorothy Schmedake and Paul Aleadows de- 
bated in Carlinville on the evening of March l<i. where they won .an audience de- 
cision from P.Iackburn College. 

Three contestants from McKendree College entered the Xation.il Pi K.ippa 
Delta convention contests held in Lexington. Keuluckx . April 1 to d. The women's 
debate team composed of Pauline Lucas ;[:]<} .Marjorit' Snow won a ilecision from 
Emporia Teachers, who iiliced second in ihe linals. Paul Meadows represented 
McKendree at the convention in oratory and extempore speaking. 



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Itr.iilli.im. 
«.-Ti- r:,-o— I.arsh. lira>kv. M.iuck. Alien. Kalon, \V. k.uitli. Km-. I'.lackl.iirn. T. Sanii)soii. Criiclialla. 
Tot Kotl'—(..\>ft. Coai-h) Hartkv. Hi-rlcnstein. Dillinfer. H.irninn. MiKiurv. /.c)..ii. Kaiidk. Dorko. I'. Sainii- 

son. Harris. ManwariiiL;. Ilosl.cr. Coach WaUlorf. 

COXl'KKKXCK ALl.-STAR SI'.KHC'I'K )XS 

l".i:()l<i".l-: MoOkMAX. Cifl'iiii. WOODKOW i'll.KI'.KSOX, Caniii, Sciiwr 

KdwanlsvilK-. .V.-m.-r. l-ulll.ack an.l Captain, Jssonalcd I'rcss I'irsl All- 
Tackle. /'.iij/.i./niA/i Kir^l All-Slar ; Tacklo, Tni/.-f/ Slar; Oiiartcrl.ack, fiiilfil I'rcss First All-Star ; 
yVc-ij First All-Star ; H<MioraliK- MiMitii>ii .fv.finiii/,-(/ Oiiarterliack, l'ciiiUu/i\it'h and I't'oriii TnuiS(rif<t- 
Prcss: Tackle. J'criu Tniiisn-ifl-Jiiunial All-Star : .hmnial All-Slar; \\<u-<\ Sciuad's most X'alnal.lc 
Four-letter Man. I'l,i\cr; T'our-Ullrr man. 

■•C;..r».m. .\h.,.r,„.,n-, W, .*,■,/ .'■.„// .j.r.r lus /,■„„»„„.•.,„ ..•,;„. ,„,„,, .^,,„ „„„ ,;„. , ,,..,,.,.„„„..,, ,„ .i,,,. „,c 

com,ort«blc U-nJ ■» thy first two wmuUs .7 //...v u, the „„,„■„(,• slu.otn,.,. I,„r,l dnvmo. Hoodmo F„lkc,:uw the 

ST. LOUIS I'OST.IIISI'.VTCII. ' KKKI) YOUNG, rANTAOKAPH. 

CcorKc's keen anil decisive jn(li;iiiem fnnUd llu- I'.carc.ils ,. , - „■ , ■ , , 

tliroilgh one of H.e nio>l siicc—rnl utLI ^.a^.n. in llu- hi- hnr ihc past lour years \\ mxly, a tripk-thrLat man. has 

torv of Ihe collek-e. pr..v.-.l a capable uencral at callmn si^naU an.l inspiru.i: cnn- 

Ipl.nii' an.l fit;ht in the learn. 




Ik \.\K CklA'll \l.l. \. lUiil.l. Srni.ir 

Ccnicr. Sei-..n.I 'I'rain . Issoiialcil I'rrss All-Star; 
ll.iii..raMc Miiili.Mi l\iiila,ii;il'li All-Star ; ll.niora- 
Mc Meiilicjii t'liiU-d I'rcss selectidii, l'\)ur-liltir man. 

■■iliUituilhCs .(M/',Ti..i- ihfrilshc rliiv III ii-iil<-r le.// tiuiln- 
III,' .iriii; Unuih fvr llu- TiLins/' 

v.. ST. T.linS .IDl'ltN.M.. 

I'laviin: hi- f.,uitli x.ai al Hu- -.napper.t,,n k |msiti.)n. "liiu 
I'rank" w.i- n.vr kn.,un I.. I'..il .. pl.iy liy inaecnr.ile |.ass- 



KI'.XMC'ni W II, SOX, CraniU' CitN, Sofliomurc 

Canlain-l'.h-cl. VKU; llalll.ack. I'uiiliii/ral'h I'irst 
\II-Slar; ll.m.iral.lr .Mention liiilcil I'rcss sclec- 

lioll. 

■■If i7..,.n ./..;•.■ //•.■ 7i(,iM.v' urr.il /.■rwfir.l wall im.-i.- Iiriihl,- 
limit iiitv „tlt,r ir.ni this siitsi,ll. all, I ..< ,111 ,r<-,-/'(l,.M.i«y ilu- 



"Sl.ike" «as late.l one nf llu' l.-,-l,M li.nl-liel.l nun in ll; 
.HtferelU'<' la-l season. Ills nlnliiv In i.tnin ki. ks h; 
aioe.l will.- reeOKninoh. 



( I onliiimil on iiai.;.' ''_' 



McK. 6, ROLLA MINES 7; McK. 13, S. I. N. U. 0. 

■i'\\() arp: ca ).\k. r.L'T t\\( ) i<I':.m.\i\ 



\\.\lti-:r KArTii. nc-ikviik', snn.u- 

-Wallie-' has pioveil liis ability as a vttcraii l)y being able 
to holster any weak position on the srinad. He was started 
as Ruard, shil'lcrl to tatklc. ami finally placed at the end 
position. 

KRVIN Al'KUl-.UHl'.IDK. C.nmitv Cit\, l-rrshiiiaii 
Fullliack 

Anfty alternated with Cole at the ball-totinK position. Al- 
though he doesn't say much, he is right in there fighting. 
.\ufty was rated one of the most valuable freshmen on the 
squad. 

JAM1-:S S.\.\I1'S()X. rciiiln-nkf, X. C. rrcsliman 
ICiul, Humiralilc Mctitiuii I'anUiynil^h Si'lfclimi. 
Honorable ^[ention Associated Press. 

"Big Chief, a North Carolina Indian, smeared many a 
play while it was still in the making bv nailing the ball-car- 
rier behind the lines. There is no iloubt as to who will fill 
the left end position lu 



OAKLEY BRADH.\^r, Xtiiia. Jiinior 

Haltback, Honoral>le Mciitidif I'miUiunit'li Selec- 
tion last year. 

The Red Bird's defeat will be remembered as "Doggie" 
Bradhain's day. Inlaying as he never played before. "Dog- 
gie" climaxed the day bv catching a long pass and racing 
down the field for the only touchdown of the day. 




W". K.vri'll 
1. S.\M l'S( i\ 



A r I' I) K K H F. 1 1 1 
l;U.\llll.\M 



■•McKcndrcc Collrr/e is crclifcl ■.,;tl, h„rh,„ „nc ,.; tin- .k-rlieide. An All-C. m lereiicr iiiKnltrliacls. ami Iwn 

/,"'„?.".''^'''''' "■"■ '''■"■'"'"''' '" ""■ "-""" "'""■''''■" '"'" ^liifty. '''"-ti^S halfbacks ucrc tn„ ,ii„cl. I..r the 
ASSOCIATKn TRKSS. Teachers' impregnable wall. 



Tbe power (if tbe I'lirple'.s cnishiii.a attack was 
revealed in ibe first cniiferencc uame nf tbe sea.son. 
TonchdoxMis were sc.ueil li\- \\all\ Kaiitb and .\nf- 



■■Thc trlliiailt r<-rof<-rv of .1 '■/. .*.■./ /•»"( bv llnllv Rauth 
,n,,l n 6fl-\„i;i nn, hv 'Aiifilciln-i.lc for touc'lldoirns uildcd 
„i,'IJu-r Homr-i-rniin,, ri.-lvrv f„r the Purflcr 

v.. ST. I.OriS TOIKN.M.. 




\\,,IK" tackles .Tal 



/'ui/i- Sivly lliiw 



McK. (>, SHl'RTLEFF 0: .MeK. fxS, E. I. T. C. 0. 




the tiiK-lmii 
torv. This 
old' rivaN. n 



lorcufl In (Iroi) tlitrir Ho 



•Tin- Hi-<ii\nl.i cstnblisln-d Ihcm.u-hu 



111 licarcats by a loii« pass that cinclieil the vie- Ihrciil for confcrciicv .■liiuiil'ions by Iraiiiuiiiii CliarUslou it'i(/i 




The I'l.ri.lt l.c.werh 



ii--f ^ft a conference record for the 
he Charleston Teachers for a 58-0 
score. All three learns were used in the tussle. The victorv 
placed the Bearcats at the head of the Conference. 

•■Tin- oiilslainliiiii fciliin- of tin- (inmc n'n.t n ?2-vard l-asx, 
l-iilltc-rsor to h'tiiilli, ,i,r, .« tin- liiu- for llu- oillv score of 
llu- ,mou:' 

r.i;i,i,i':\-ii,i,i-; xicws ih'.mdcu.vt. 



Tiii-.iK I'Ki-.-^i-.xci-: WAS Ki':i;.\i,v I'I'.i.t 

WII.I.IWI K \T()X. i:,luar.lsNilU'. S.^thoiiinrr 

Tackle. 

DiK ronnh and rc:.dx I'.ill «.ls ..Iwav. in lliere willinK to 
Kive and take. In spilr .n' ilu r:icl lh.it Kill never took part 
in llich schciid fo.nh.-.ll Ik uiII Oi,.« s,,in, uf llie experienced 
p'.i>irs n]. lu M se.ison. 

|l().\ \l.l) Al.l.i;.\. C..lliiis\lllc, l-rrshiraii 

I'lillKack. 

"Ued" wris p. II ni \.s Ht ,■.,.„ I, wli.'ii a fast ,11,1 run was 
needed. !!,■ I..■„^,■,l l,i~ ahililv K. ,ir,K' ,11. Is 111 llu- N.irnial 
tnssle. 

I \.\IKS lll^;\SK^•, I-., Si. I.i.ius. Soj'houiorc 
Tackle. 

Hrasky proM-.l that I.,. 1. I.rawii an,l lielil are 111, ihsireil 
factors in niakini; a nond lack',, -llu In. I, l.fl l.v his ah- 
senee will he hard to fill. 

I' \ri. M \rCK, Irll. Sol'lu,iii,n-c 

l.ii.k 

The hlon.Miair, ,1 man fi.Mii W.ayii, C.iinly pn.v.il what 
he was made of in lln W a shinKlon Ka"i. . an.l was Wahlorfs 
first sni. Ihereafl.r. 

W \l.l, \('l'. l;l, \t'Kl;lK.\, i;.luar.lsvlllr, 

Tackle. 

There wa. an eslra Jlin p.niii.ls „f faef in ihe fuiwaial 



lail.h- 



vhen 111, l.iK lonnlry la, I from I'Mw.inlsv ill, 1,11, , I 
;■„,„■ .V'r(v/-.l 



McK. 9, NORMAL 0; McK. 7, ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 13. 



WHAT COLLD W 1-: DO WlTHolT THKM? 

RAYMOND .MUSGRO\"K, S;ikm, .lunior 

Guard. 

Tlien- is but little doubt that "Musky" will be nglit in 
the front line when the season opens next fall. Although 
sn-.all in height, he makes up for it in brawn. 

HO\\ARD LARSH, E. St. Louis, Sn/'lwmorc 

Guard. 

In .spite of minor injuries received in play, Larsh always 
talked up the line and inspired confidence and fight in his 
tc-immates. There wasn't a man on the team who could 
take it like Larsh. 

LEROY RICE, Flora, l-rcsluiiaii 

Guard. Honorable Mention raiiUn/ratli .selection. 

••Duck" w.-is rather lii-ht for his position, but he showed 
the big fellows that he could take it. He took terrific pun- 
ishment in the Wesleyau game, hut went back for more. 

R.XRNEY COI.E, Belleville, .hiiiior 
Fullback. 

It.-irney, diminutive Westminster star, proved his ability 
as a triple-threat man, but was handiLapped liy injuries dur- 
ing part of the season. 

JOHN RAUTH, liell 

Guard. 

Injuries to the regulars 
to the coach that his pres' 



illc, Sof'hoinorc 
;ave Johnnie a cha 



alv 



the 



■riif rican-als luifc f' 



'■With I 
fans lookii 
ball sfCLtu 



'■Spike' 
7 to le 
leyan dec 



c,i that Ihcy have an imfrcgiiablc 
ill four conference victories." 
ASSOCI.XTED PRESS. 

F the Xormal game was due to the educated 
Wilson and the racing ability of "Doggie" 
i.idc the only touchdown of the game. They 
:e(i in defensive play by the sturdy line. 
1 for one of the two field goals made in the 
ig the season. 

Fffiirv Horner and several thousand other 
McKcndree and U'eslevan f'ovidcd a foot- 
Worn equaled in Illinois' coilcqc flaw" 

FRED YOUNG. PANTAGRAPH. 

ve ha'fback. sent his teammates off to a 
y in the game only to see it slip to a Wes- 
tbe third quarter. Over a hundred students 
ir heroes to give them moral support in the 




:. The fight which 
:d bv both Wesleyai 



put up will 
;endree. In 
ound among 




BASKETBALL 



W^TTT 



^ r^ f^ ^ Y -i,[ 'V- ^ , ^ 







i.-,-- Ic Ri.ihl- ]>. Harm...,. \\il-..„. I'-nlkd 



\laH«^iriiiv, M. 



i:. u.iiin..ii, Kriick. n:. 



I'l kl'l.K HAS .521, ST.\.\1)|.\C, 

\\ iiiiiiii^ Idii;- cwiil't-rciK-f yanic.s mit ni nim- starts and piling up ten victurios 
out of iiinftffu trii-s. clima.xcd one of .McKcndrec's inosl snceessfnl liardwnod si-a- 
,«)iis in yt-ars. l.oss of rfeltcr. center. 1>\ eit^lit semesters of competition forced 
Coach Waldorf to do some sliiftini;. .Moorm.iii was put in at .i^uard. Woody went 
up to forw.ird. ;md Stroll to.,k tlie center |Misition. Si.\ of the eit^lit lettermen will 
be back next season to hol.stei- the conference stJUKhni;. 



SlIioH 



i'i-ri<i:i;v, i\ 






CI.E\ l'', STKOII. \ll. Canml, Jiinwr 
Cajitaiii aii.l I'.iruaril. 

('.irtam Stn.l, li.l Ins li ai,ii„alL- iIiiovikIi i.„i- "f llu' touBll- 
1-1 .I,,.! i„.,-.l M,it>-^rMl -.asci,,^ ,„ I'lirplc l,iM..,v. ■■Izzv" 
I..,.]... I W.il.l..rf\ v,-..r,r, with I 'I'l pcints. 



WDODROW 11 I.KI.K.SO.V, Caniii, Sriiu'r 
I '.n.inl. 

Sl.-irliiij! lliL- .sia«m a- a nuar.l, "Wooily" was .sliifturl to 
tl,i- offiiisivf |iositii,ii wlnri- l,i- piled lip a liamlsoniu .scnrr 
1.. Iiiilil Ihiril plaei- „i i'i,rpli- poi„t(;ctti-rs. Fullccrsoii is lost 
I., ll,.- l.an, !,v tin- sln-,psl<i„ ,„„i,-. 



KOKCh, M()( )K\1 \.\. i:,|u,inlsville, S. 



(.I'lill;.'. :, l».>^pn,l iii.ni. I..I. al.ill 
«i-ll a> llu- i:n.lir,.,i. II. ■ v»as ■ -p,i i^ 
Ihr hall I'l. .1,1 ..IT Ih. I.a.k hiiai.l. 



11% i,..l.-.l l"..r f.illi. 



lsr:.\.\l,TII SCI iTT, Miuissa, Junior 
(',ii;ir,l. 

.\ Kiiar.l can he jmlui-.l l.s ll..- h.i^k.l- h. i„.,k.^ ,- 

S.„llS lh.-i,ry. "Soilly" «li<k> i,ke a l.ach I., h,- ii,.im. .,- 
for I'xaiiiple. ill III!' Sliiirlli-lT nil wluii n.ill,,, ..1' ll,.- ..|. 
p.,-iiil^ f.,r«ai.l> MOi,-.l. 



r„in- Sirly. 



BASKETBALL 



KENNETH W ILSON. (Inmite City, .V,. /•//,./;/, 
Forward. 

"Spike" was jrcKciulree's sole representative in tli 
fercnce All-Star selection, receiving honoraWe meiit 
the Associated Press. He leil tlie scorins in conferen 
with 96 counters. 



.MJSER'P M.\NW,\KIX('., Chester, Jiiiiioi- 
Forwanl. 

Manwarins was nseil by Coach Waldorf to relieve his reg- 
ular forwards. -•\lthough used only part time, Manwaring 
tied for fourth place on the Purple scoring sifuail. 



GCST.W KRIZF.K, Bcllevi 
Guard. 



i'n-slniu,,. 



heats me" the wav Gns can get un.ler the l,ask:t and 
)Ut with the hall. Coach Waldorf will have little tron- 
replncing one of the vacancies left in the defensive 



ELVIN H.\R.\[OX, Mp 
Guard. 

"ning"' developed from 
into one of the strongest 
had an eye for the hasket 
when an extra hasket was r 



on the team. Harmon 
lid flip out a hook shot 




W ll.x IN 
KRIZF.K 



COXFERE.XCE STAXDIXG .400 
McKendree piled up a fair record, but was short on tlu- .scorinj. 
points average per game to the opponents 36. With six lettennen 1 
ih'ee cagers should "go places" next season. 

SCHEDULE 

McK. 30: S.1..\'.U. 5-1. 



\IA\\\ .\KIM 
M.VRMON 



(1. uilll .U 

c. AIcKcn- 



McK. 


2^: 


Scott Field 30 


McK. 


W: 


Scott Field 17. 


McK. 


:<7: 


Carlinville All- 


McK. 


^.f; 


St. Louis r. -1 


McK. 


46: 


Cent. Weslevai 


McK. 


2(»: 


Millikin 44. 


^fcK. 


ib: 


Shurtleff 30. 



^tcK. 50: Cent. Wesle 
:McK. 48; Pdackhi 



McK. 


31; 


llli 


lois 


.\1rK. 


4.S: 


I-- 


1 r 


McK. 


?.S; 


w 


I T 


McK. 


31; 


Ca 


thai. 


McK. 


.;x 


Hla 


rkhii 


McK. 


4.^; 


Shi 


rtht 


:McK. 


-'6; 


Ca, 


e (;i 



McK. .'0: S. 1. \. U. 3b. 



MiK. 30 ; K. I. r. C. 3S 




TRACK 




Six li-lti-niu'ii — Captain I'raiil^ (inichaila. I'Mlkcrsdii. Xaltsas. W'liili-sidc. 
I'n-sle)'. and C'.initlu'rs wcif llu- nnl\ M-lcrans im llu' lii'ld w lu-n L'ciacli \\ aldurf 
started track and field work tlii^ sprini;. 'I'lu' reniaindiT (if tlu- t.-\]ii_Tii.'iu cd S(|uad 
was made U|) Ml' t\\(i st-nicirs : W. Raudi, .\1. I iarris ; suiilnininres : j. Kaulli, .Munre. 
Sanders and I )ak' ilaniKjn. The fiTshnian class imssessed llu- lari^esl representa- 
tion with Ilaliii;, Sanijisiin. I'.aldridi^e, W hiltni,L;liin. Manudn, Kandle and l\ri/ek 
Ijreakinj; intu the piiint-.i;etlers. 

I'ulkersnn early u;ained distinctinn In placing thin! in a 'id \ard race that tied 
the world record i.f d.l in \hv indoor meet held at Xorth Central College at Xa- 
[lerville. Captain (irnchalla, winner of lirst place in shot put last season and a,i;ain 
favored to win. failed to ]ilace at Xaperxille. < )iil\ twn other M'ti'i'ans made tlie 
lri|). Canithers dis(|ualif\ in,u in the mile and W hile.side losing tlie hi.inh ium|i. 

Cariilhers. l-'ulkerson, and (iruihalla scored 1.^, IC, and 4 |ioinls respectively 
for 29 of McK's ])oints in the openin;; oiitilooi- ilnal meet which was dro|)]ied to 
W'ashintjton L'niversilv by a .^3 to '"> niar;;in on I'rancis I'ield in St. i.oiiis. Ca- 
rutlier.s wiiminj,' first in the 2. 1. and ' j mile was lii,L;h point man of the niett ; I'lil- 
kers(ji) won the K)f) and 22f) : 'inichalla won second in sliol pnl and third in (hscns. 
Other I'nrple .>corers wen-: \\ hiloide. third m hiL^h inin|i and hi^h hnrdles ; 
I'.erelidl. tied for second in p /le \,inh: Rice, third m sliol put; .iiid .X.ilts.is, third 
in half mile. 



A|iril >.i S. I. \. v.. ti.. 
Al.ril 28 IJI.-1. kl.nrii, Inn. 



The remainder of the sihednle: 

.\l.cy .i S. I. .\. C. .iilrl ]■•.. I. T. C in 
.May 11 S. I. .\. C. .111.1 I. C. l.l.iiI.Mii 
M;i)- 2r.-Sl;.n- JItil ( .Moniiioiiili). 



.->..-»-, ViitS;* *.J>S7 



.Sports that attracted intramural attention during the past year were : basket- 
ball, track, tennis, and indoor baseball. 

Puisketball. — The A. M. (}. fraternit}' won the six-team two-round race b\" 
defeating the Sissies in a rub game after each team had won a round. The 
A. ^I. O.'s won the first round with four wins and one defeat, while the Sissies 
won the second round with five straight victories. In the championship game the 
A. M. O.'s defeated the Sissies 41 to 19 to become intramural champions for the 
second consecutive year. The Bachelor fraternity came through for third position, 
while the faculty and Plato tied for fourth place. S. P. O. maintained its consist- 
ant record in the cellar position with no victories during the season to its credit. 
Presley, A. M. O. forward, was high point man in the league with 137 counters to 
his credit. An all-star selection made by the Review, student publication, was com- 
posed of Presley, A. M. O., and Bill Sanders, Sissies, forwards; Berendt, A. M. 
O., captain and center: Aufderheide, A. M. O., and Suhrheinrich, Plato, guards. 
Pfeffer, Hartley, Bruce, Dieckmann and Dosher composed the second string five. 

Track. — The seniors ran away with the annual interclass field meet, scoring 
85 points to the rest of the school's 70. Frosh were second with 30; Juniors third 
with 27 and the cock sure Soph(jm(jres with 13. Gruchalla, senior and last year's 
high point man, again led his classmates with 24 points. Caruthers, junior, had 1 .^ ; 
Fulkerson, senior, 14; \\'. Rauth. senior, 12. Xattsas, Harris, Moorman, White- 
side, and Braun counted points for the seniors; Presle}', Musgrove and Schub- 
kegel for juniors; J. Rauth and l>. Sander'^ for sophomores; P. Sam])Son, Rice. 
Knowles, Berendt, E. Harmon and Baldridge for freshmen. 

Tennis and indoor baseball. — .\s we go to press a men's tennis tournament 
with 22 entries and a twilight soft ball league with seven competitive teams is 
iimler w a\'. 



FOOTBALL SONG 

■> 

W iK-n (.1.1 McKcnilrL-f Cllcjii' tails in line. 
W i-'ll w in that i^anic another time ; 
l'..r tin- \ arsit\ w t'll ydl. yell, yell, 
l'..r tin- l'....tl.all li-ani \w l..V(.- s.i well. s.. well; 
Ami ilu-n wi-'ll ti^'it- I'K'i'. I'.i^'il '""f i-'very score, 
W r'll circk- i-n.ls, and then we'll win simic more 
An.l we'll roll old ShurllclT in the sod, ill the sod, 
kah ! k.-ih ! Rah ! 



FEATURES 





luvt Dot ami Al. 



Why Ihc book, 



A. M. (!■> PacWIe 



The Morris IIou 



A trio of hi-.-uities. 






A sled full!! 



llaM fun, M.irion! 



Ihal Holla sixtclte. 



/'.ir/c ScVi-nly hro 



Phi I.amh.la pi 



Kappa Theta farcwi 
to Miss Howe. 



cp on it, K.J, 
wc-re ready. 



Scene from "Faculty 
Tacky Party". 



Tlie Band on Ho 
coming Day. 



The T,. A. ir.'s have 
a kid part.v. 



liisliop Waldorf visits 




Page Scvcnly-three 




■■C'oiiu-. iiK'tilhx 


, .om,- ntinj 


/•V()n( Si'tti'i'ibi 


•r to Ma\ 


I'm 0.1 tihiti-. 


black and 


Let your li,,hl 


iUli-rs flay 



ill. .'■;...* iviii,; 



lit 



S 



\ 



Vi 



SEPTEMBER 

3 — A few old students arrive cm the hill. 

-I — Finally the frosh find out what "register" means. 

5 — V. I.'s appear at Clark Hall. Freshman irirls 

get a liij! sis. 
(j — 210 McKendreans have enrolleil. 

The Y's took us on a wiener roast. 
7— McKenilrce >iirls ask for dates (\2 i^f ihem) — 

"Y" date party in Pearsons Mall. 
8 — Geofve Moorman electeil slnilint picsii'er.t. 
10 — Hpworth LciiKue has a party. 
II — We meet our prof's. 

12 — \)T. and Mrs, Harmon give reception for us. 
I>* — Sandwiches and hot chr.cojale — first Clio open 

ses.sion. 
iO— What's KoiuK on on the athlctir field '-lln Na- 
ture Clul) is star gazing. 
22— McKendree gives Scott Field thi ir annual '.rim- 
ming — 31-6. 
ii — Clio entertains the girls of the rr.llege at a 

(farly. 
.Wl— ili<| it rain? .\sk those who saw \\ asliini.'ton 
r deleiil McKendr.e 22-7. 



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-Did \nu -o lo I'Uilo or riiilii open session? 

-You should h;ue seeu Clio duUs ealiu'.; saiuhvichcs in 

Bill's. 
-Presliyleriau ladies eiUenaiu I'rrsli) tcriau students al 

Country Cluli. 
-Roller skates appear. 

-What's the trouhle? You guess — si.x week's exams. 
-Clio pledges initiated. 
-And did those l''resliiucn r':_:lit ? Sonu- were locked where 

Susie once lived. 
-Boys hunt dust at Clark Hall op,n house. 
-Holioes hit llir campus. 

-Home-coniiui;. 

1).-. Waggoner, Dean Baker, Dr. Dollev and Dr. Walton 

honored. 

.McKendree \i. Carhoudale 0. 

"The Youngest" presented in chapel at S p. m. 
-h'acidty Dames have tea. 

.Mule liarn o]ieu for inspeclioti, 
-Washington l". Reserves 52, .\lcK, Kcscives 0. 
-This is lietler-(.McK. 6, Shintkll (I) for us. 
-liachelor i)artv at Cotiiurv Chili. 

Witcliev, the naii^lit> Ihiniis, d-coraic the campus. 



I'ut/c Seventy lou 



$€N$ TLCN 



1 — Dill Mr. Nichols scare those Freshmen? 
2 — First McKENDKEAN statT meeting. 
-1 — General exodns home. 
(-) — Were yon on the honor roll? 

Plato has a wiener roast. 
7— Dr. Waldron's Tndor and Stnart histor>- c 
attends American Theater in St. l.onis. 
ll--Bcat Charleston 58-0. 

16 — First ofYicial meeting of Phi Lamlida 'I'au. 
18— We beat Normal 9-0. 
20 — Another sorority — Kappa Theta Tau. 
2Z — Look pretty ! -\nnnal pictures. 
2i — More pictures. 
25 — Lost Little Nineteen footliall chamiiionshi; 

W'csleyan — 13-7. 
29 — My what rushing! Thanksgiving vaca 
started today. No more school this month. 
30 — We know von all had turkexl 



6— Classes ! Classes ! 
8 — Waiters beat the kitchen force, 
12 — Three one-act plays. New talent ! 
13 — Who were those girls with the .-\. M. O. pledges 

tonight? 
1-1 — Crowds saw "I'm No .\ngel." 
18 — Football banquet. Moorman retired. Spike is 

our new captain. 
19— Clark Hall Christmas party. 

20— Ml out for Christmas vacation. Things are des- 
olate. 



2 — Classes start — Prof. Schmidt returns married. 

8 — Prexv presents 18 grid letters. 

9— St. Louis U. 47, Bears H. 

12 — Bears 46, Central Wesleyan 38. That's better. 
13 — Faculty Dames' Tacky Party. 
14 — We're inspected. 

15 — Only semester exams to worrv about. 
17— McK 36, Shurtleff 30. 
20 — Dr. Waldron goes to Normal— Prof. Whiti 

comes to McK. 
21- -Registration starts. 

I'irst rush week in history of college. 
27 — Pontiac gym circus — Can you acrobat? 

Sororities announce pledges. 
31— McK 30, Carbondale 54. 

•'The uiihustiiiij u'orld toils on, 
4nd JiLic and tlu'ic nt c victories ion, 
Sovu dtagon \lain \omi justice done, 
11 h,U thioiwh Ihi >/ii 
4 nutLOl lusllino n th sun 
I lull and diK 



•■But 0. yc niuhls. oidaincd for barren rest. 
How are my days deprived of life in you 
IFhen licaiy sleefi my soul hath dispossest. 
By feujne.r-jcath life sm-ctly to renew!" 




C N 



THE 



FEBRUARY 

1 — Uishup Walilurl upciis uick i>l iMiiyi.r. 

2 — N[iiiisters of Souttn-ni llliimis Cciiiliri.nco meet 

on campus. 
6 — A. Ci. Sharp makes Kiplev's Believe It or Xot. 
7— Oh! Hears. Illinois Colle.se M. McK. 31. 
S — Kev. C. 1,. Peterson coiichules reliyiniis services. 
Paul Meadows places tliir.l in state oratorical 
contest. 

Miss Howe leaves lor Northwestern. 
9 — Gnichalla is new stuilent president. 
10 — Phi Lamhda Tau has \alentine party. What 

was that lug heart for? 
li I — Sonic scores : 

W. I. T. C. 2S. McK. 25. 
ir— Carl.ondale 47. McK 31. 
IS — Factiltv Dames "tio patriotic" .ii tluir tea. 
W— P.lackl.urn 2i. McK 2S. 
21— .\nd we won at ShnrtlelT. 

Original McK charter found 
27 — .\nd can the faculty act? You sliould ha\ e seen 
the three one-act pla>s tliex ]iresentcd. 



"Slml'licily in habit, truth in sfccch. 
Be these the daily strengthcncrs of their minds; 
May books and nature be their earthly joyt 
And knou'ledije . . . not f^urehased by the loss of 
f'ower," 




6^Canipns saddened l.v the death of Miss Xina 

.\lae Harm. in, .hui.uhler of President an.l Mrs. 

Harmon. 

.\. M. O.-I'.aehelor minstrel. 
12— .\. M. O.'s champions in Intramural l.askelliall 

league. Presley high point man. 
\i — The music students vocalize. 
14— V. W. C. -A. starts a charm school. Ilinen't 

\-on noticed its effect? 
IK-'Philo-Plalo rivalrv breaks oiU. 
ly— Tonight the little Kapjia Tlieta Tan pledges "got 

initiated". 
23— .Mistraet of title to college campus received hv 

Dr. Harmon. 
34— iMdkersoii places in Utile Nineteen t ra<-k meet 

at Xapi-r\ille. 
26— And ue all Inmted l-'.aster eggs al the college 

leagni parU. .More fmi ! 
28— -May (jueen selected in rliaiul l..da\. Xow 

wouldn't we like to kiu.u «li.. >-lie !■-■" 
30 — Xearly ever.vone went li..ine for llu> i;a>.ler pa- 
rade. 



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Delegates go to Pi Kappa Delta convention in 

Lexington, Kentucky. 
5 — Senior tree planting and program. Mr. William 

Willard of O'Fallon speaks. 
6 — Spring vacation. Where did you go? 
13 — Y. W. C. A. cabinet conference in Bloomington. 

(iroup from McKendrec attends. 
16 — .\t 1 :25 p. m. students are liack at work. 
1" — Miss Hohn gives recital for benefit of Pi Kappa 

Delia. 
18 — We're on the last six weeks' lap. 

IJoys leave for Glee Club trip. 
21 — First inter-racial debate with Le ^foync College. 
2-1 — Basketball letters given out. Scotty is captain 

for next year. 
25 — Girls' Glee Cltib starts on trip to soulbcrn part 

of stale. 

I'iav in kitten ball leayiic starts. 



4— Clio Triennial bancpiet held in Pearsons Hall. 
5 — .Mpha ^lu Omega celebrates tenth anniversary 

with a lianquet at the Saum in St. Louis. 
6_Mother's Day at Clark Hall. 

10 — May fete. Louise Hcely crowned queen. 

11 — B. A. M.'s have theatre party in Belleville. 

12 — Bachelor banquet at the Congress Hotel in St. 
Louis. 

IS— Phi Lambda Tan has banduet at Hotel Belle- 
ville, Belleville. 

Kappa Thcta Tan bancpRt in St. Louis at the 
Hotel Jefferson. 

21 — Spring play, "Hedda Gablcr" given in the chapel 
under direction of Miss Hohn. 

28 — -A-ud the Seniors miss these exams. 

31— Dorris (.ratorical contest. 



1 — Plato-Philo exhibition pn 

2 — Clio exhibition. 

3 — Baccalaureate services. 

Oratorio. 
-1 — .Mumni dinner. 

Musical recital. 
5 — Commencement. 




Wilma Schneider. Kutli Hal 



Cillcison. Avis 



.SV.-;;,- /•;-,.;// -T!'!-. YOl'SCJiSV 

'■''Ik- \ <'unyt.'St", llie Hoiiic-coniinj^ jilax. •iiul tlircf onc-acl |)l;i\> ^iwii lal<- in 
i]h- fall, were the productidiis (it the dramatic departiiu'iit idr ihr lust semcsli'r. 
The DiK- completeil a jierfect iKiiiie-ciimiiiL,^ celebration on ( kidlur 21 ; ihr dlliers 
showeil the pr(idiK'iii>i-;diilit\ nf the ]ilav prndiu'tiiiii class. 
"The ^■(lnnL;esl" 
l,y 
I'hihp llarr\ 
l)reseiited in collej^e chapel ( Jctoher 21 
directed by Aunes Howe 
There was nothing; unusual about ihe setting of this modern iVmerican com- 
i.d\ -only an ordinarN' family's home in a small Xew 'S'ork v^tale city. .\nd yd, 
;he dispositions of the members of tliat i^roup, with their quirks and fancies. 
).rovided enoujjh humor to make the jiroduction entertaining. The youngest in 
thai family was bossed by all, then suddenly turned and bossed all — it \vas onl\ 
:i woman th.'it caused the ch.ange. 

THE C.\ST 

.Mrs. Charli.tli- Wiiislcw Wilmu Scliiieiikr 

Aiiflii^la \\ inslciw Martin Riilh llaliii: 

.Manila f .\hilV) Winslow rauliiic Lucas 

Oliver Winslow Harold Whilldck 

Mark Winslow Janus AI.i.mc 

.Man .Martin William lUnnill 

Kicharil Winsldu, tin- vninificst lulm Sati.li rs 

Xancv likikr Catlirrnir (nlkison 

Katie \ms \\.r> 

In the three one-act plays, "The Kector", ".\ I'air of l.tnialics", and "I'.iili 
I'.etween," given December 12. some new actors ajipcired stippnrling old sl.irs. 
'I"he ])roductions were in cliarj^c (if llu pl.i\ prii(huli(in cl.ass. s|i(ins(ir((l li\ I'i 
Kapjia Delta. 

C'.\^T.>^: 

■■I'AIK ol- 1,1 .\ ATlfS" 

ill-. Captain licldinu l''..rr(Sl i:'l;irl. 



.She, Clara .Maniur! 

•TIIK UI'.CTOK" 

\U\ . I Ic-resfcird .Arthur HiilTinaii 

\ itlnria Knox .Avis .Avery 

.Ntr». I.i'iiitniiigworlli \\ ilUiic I'inU 

laiiic Dorothy 'I'homas 

Mrv .\lmis.y Marllia llinkcl 

\iin li;i 'rniiiil'iill llcUii SacKcsscr 



I.n.lla (Milisn- 

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.\hn-ar(l II illlu r^lil W ilma S( Iniiidcr 

\niil KallHMi - C.hiiKs Caini.l.cll 

Mrs. IlillliriKlil C.im.Imi \hir liall 

Mrs, Weed \l.n\ l...n T'laris 



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The lacultx- ■■went draniatic". and under the auspices of the Faculty Dames 
Chib on I'ebruar}- 17 . in the cha])-.'! presented a group of phi_\s. They succeeded 
in showing the students 'how it is done" — learning lines, attending classes and 
what not. The first phiy, ■'A Splendid Oiifer." reconciled Aunt Georgina to 
the marriage of her granddaughter with a "horrible Bolshevik." The second. 
"Tethro." portrayed the traged} of trustful old age betrayed by thoughtless 
vouth. The third. "Fourteen." depicted an ambitious hostess who managed to 
secure the Prince of Wales as a guest at a dinner part\' in spite of a hlizxard. 

CASTS: 
•■A SPLKXDID OFFER" 

Macl;inK- Guiir.aina Denton NTrs. Pliillijis 

Mrs. .\mclia Warren Mrs. Bittner 

Miss Isabclle Fairfield Mrs. Oppitz 

^^artina Denton Marion Harmon 

Elsie West Emma Walton 

"JETHRO" "FOURTEEX" 

Horace Dnnhar R. C. Fox Mrs. Horace Pringle Miss Holm 

Tethro Morton Dr. Spencer Elaine Pringle Mrs. Waldorf 

Nathaniel Coach Waldorf Dnnham Dan Hcrtcnstein 

Lemnel Darrcl Doolen 

••HEDD.\ G-\BLER" 

/Jy Hf.xkik Ibsex 

I'rescntcd in the College Chapel May 11 

Directed by Rosalind M. Hohn 

Different from the typical proWem play of Ibsen is his "Hedda Gabler," of which he once 

said, "It is not my desire to deal in this play with the so-called problems. What I wanted to 

do was to depict hnman beings, hnman emotions and hnman destinies, npon a groundwork 

of certain of the social conditions and principles of the present day." About the character 

of Hedda the whole situation revolves: she is energy, selfishness, masterfid calculation, and 

attractiveness — all combined. She guides the destinies of her husband, her former lover, and 

her former schoolmate, oidy to find herself in the end, helpless before the consequences of 

her own scheming. Rather than suninely succumb to fate, which allows no human escape, she 

takes her own life "beautifulh", once again exemplifving her strength and power of will. 

THE CAST 

George Tesman Clifford Hertenstein 

Hedda Tesman, his wife Lorene Fullerton 

Miss Juliana Tesman, his aunt Mary Margaret Carson 

Mrs. Elvsted Kizzie Fay Stanford 

Judge Brack Gerald Whittington 

Eilert Lovborg Emile Mignery 

Berta, servant of the Tesman's Dorothy F.aton 

Sca\c From -HEDDA GABLER" 

Porotliv I-;atoii. Fav St.infor<l. Clifford Hcrtenstein, Mary JlarRaret Carson. i:milc Misiiery. 
I.orenc Fullerton. Gerald Whittington. 




MAY FETE 



I.iiuisc llecly. st.'iii<ir ni Si. I.ilnirN. was cmw in.-<l 
'|iu-i.-n ;it tlif annual .Ma\ I'cK'. Miss lleclv has lucu 
active (luriii.y; lu-r inuv \cars al M c Kindt ic in Clin, 
Alpha Psi Omega, Kappa Tliela Tan, ('ilei.' Clnh, 
\\"oinen's Athletic Associatinn and lias ln.'i.'n an niti- 
cer of the student associatinn. licr maid of iKinnr w ;is 
Marion Harmon nf Lebanon and lier attendants were 
I.oreiie ]"ullerton of Marissa. .Ma'jnrie Snuw of \ i- 
enna. Ruth Habig of St. Louis. Mo., and Helen Sae- 
gesser of Granite City. 

The ciiinplele program fnr the fete included: 

I'rocessiou. 

Crowning of tin- (|ueen. 

\\ indiiig of the ma\ pc)le. 

Demonstration Ia the W. A. .\. ('.iris including 
tumbling, pyramid building and inli r|M-elali\ e dance 
groups assisted I)y Charles R. l)a\is, dance artist, 
from S;. Louis, Mo. 

The day's enurtainnu-nt was in charge of .Miss 
Ro.saiin(l Holm. 




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si-:.\h )k TKi".!-: I'l.AXTixc; 

C;mi])iis ila\ . tin- l;v;iiu1 finale (if wliicli is llie aniui.il Si--iiiiii- Ircc iilaiiliii,^, 
was Tluirsiiaw April 5. in t'lUun- wars iiu'iiilifrs of llic class ni' ',i4 will point 
with priik- In tin- tree, a liuir (lak, plantrd liy llu-ni on that day. 

'I'lie main speaker on the program ihal aflerndini was William \\ ill.ird of 
fj)'l"alli)n. The complete jprdi^rani was: 

< 'penini; seleetinn — Hand. 

liivocatiiin l\e\. TcKld. 

l\ea(!in).;, "The Heart (if a Tree" l,(ireiie I'lillerhm. 

Reading. fr(i?n "In I'md's < )nl (if |)(Hirs" .Marion 
1 larnKin. 

Sonj^. "Trees" Manon llarninn. 

P!ssa_\. "' »nr Tree I'lanlin};" .\lhert Xattsas. 

.Main addre-s W dhani Willard, < )'l-all(.n. 

Tree rianiin;;. 

Ktmarks, "I'nrpdse df 1'lanlin.i;" h'rank ("irnchalla, 
Senior president. 

.\lnia .\Ialer Hand. 

I'.eiie(li( lion I »r I laruKiil. 



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Closing- Its One Hundred and Sixth Year 

Rated in Class A by the University Senate of the Methodist 
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P^illy accredited by the University of Illinois and the Department 
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A member of the Federation of Illinois Colleges. 

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^IcKendree has a twenty-acre campus with nine substantial build- 
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Offei's regular four-year courses in arts and science. 

Offers pre-medical, pre-legal, and pre-engineering courses. 

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