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STUDENT LIFE The camera got many different looks. Some people even posed when the camera appeared. Paul Wesselman poses with Bogie Bearcat during the Home- coming festivities. Trevor Gutherie and Steve Wright have different ideas about getting their picture taken. Brent Dudeck
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rV. -. ' », . »-■ McKendree volunteers help the incoming students check in during NSO. NSO Last fall, lower campus bustled with the activities of NSO or New Student Orien- tation. Student Affairs and Admissions combined to provide new students with an opportunity to meet oth- er students and get ac- quainted with McKendree. A team of McKendree up- per-classmen was chosen to plan activities and to help and guide the new students through their first week. This year ' s motto was " Together As One " . Many games were played to help everyone to get acquaint- ed. After reaching McKendree at the beginning of the semester, the first priority is to unload the car. ■■■ " ■•ISaaiL A Security officer, Stacia Swisher, helps direct traffic behind Baker Hall.
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Homecoming Homecoming 1986 festivities were held the week of October 13-18 in beautiful weather. Ac- tivities during the week included entertainer Mi- chael John performing in Ames Hall, a caricature artist named Goot, an unusual Brown Bag featur- ing LaRouche candidates Mark Fairchild and Ja- nice Hart. On Thursday and Friday, the Riverside Theater performed the play " Clarence Dorrow " in Eisenmeyer Auditorium. The week concluded with Homecoming Day on Saturday. That morning the parade was held, led by Parade Marshal Phil Rodri- guez. That afternoon, the Bearcat soccer team defeated Rockhurst 2-1. H Cheerleaders Sherrie Mor- ™ gan, Jacki Bugg, and Carol I Friedland enjoy their ride along the parade route. The Homecoming court and their es- corts were introduced during halt- time ot the soccer game. The Ainad Temple Shriners entertoin the crowd as they do every year. The week of Homecom- ing ended Saturday even- ing with they traditional dance. 1985 ' s retiring Queen, Sonnie Botwinski, crowned Jill Kelling as the Queen of 1986. The theme for the dance was " That Was Then . . . This Is Now, " and was held at the Collinsville Hilton Hotel.
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