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Show Hide text for 1986 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1986 volume: “ Ref . LD 3141 .M37 1986 McKENDREAN REFERENCE Ho " " a» Ubrary M «e„ dree Co ege Lebanon IL 62254 ' 86 Mc He nd re an DAYS OF SUNSHINE . V« P SPJ % y - - » Upper Left: Dave Ottinger takes advantage of a beautiful day to paint Carnegie Hall. Upper right: Beautiful Bothwell Chapel. Left: Lisa Higgins takes advantage of the unusually warm days in No- vember to fly her kite. Below: Chaplain Scott Lawrence visits with two students during a break between classes. DAYS OF FUN ower Campus During the past year, the maintenance depart- ment spent a great amount of time improving the appearance of the campus with the addition of shrubs, trees and flower beds. Top: Looking toward upper cam- Middle Left: Baker, An and Walton Halls. Middle Right: Clowning on the steps of Barnett Hall. Left: Meetings at the mail- box. MEMORIES Left: The Wall. Middle left: Bogie the Bearcat playing with the kids at a volleyball match. Middle right: Suzanne Hacking studying in Lower Deneen. Bottom left: Melissa Kaegel and Jeff Noblin in the McKendree Theater ' s production of Tom Stoppard ' s " After Ma- gritte. " Bottom right: A symbol of success, the college ring. . . . THAT STAY During our college career, memories are made that remain with us throughout our lives. They may range from the best places for a night out on the town to a dorm room to a favorite place to study. Whatever the memory, they remain with us as a reminder of what it was like to be young. Top: Sigma pledges Debbie Kraus and Sharon Bodi proudly show off their pledge books during their ride on the fire engine with the rest of the volleyball team. Middle: Jim Barnett, Desire Brunson and Peggy Rawlings studying in the library. Bottom left: Bishop Woodie White of the Southern Illinois Methodist Conference spe?king to faculty and students at a Brown Bag Forum. Bottom right: Bogie plays Santa Claus. Top left: The " F Force " has a bull session during their intramural basketball game. Middle left: Participants in the M A S H Day festivities watch the tent-raising contest. Middle right: Dr. Bosse, Dr. Huxford, Nancy Ferguson and Annette Hug get into the act. - Hi And Work Right: Voting for the Sweetheart King candidates. Middle left: Old basketball players don ' t retire, they just switch sides! Middle right: Mike Crowe, Lau- rie Eisenhower, Dave Prickert, Jeff Bowen and Bruce Reed in a Student Association meeting. Bot- tom left: Remember the days when janitors were too expensive. Bottom left: Student workers in the dishroom. DORM LIFE Life in the dorms at times resembles more a zoo than a residence hall. For ev- ery old boring day there is one that is completely off-the-wall. Top: Misty Munro takes a break from hei studies when caught by the photogtapher Middle: Who is the college student? Bot- torn left: Something besides the students seems to be climbing the walls. Bottom right: Melissa Roethemeyer relaxes in the hall. HOT SPOTS Paula Sinkler, Rhonda Perkey, and Cindy Hayes take a break from the Mardi Gras dance. Middle Left: Betsy Sutton operates the lights for the stu- dent theater productions. Middle Right: Rob Stau- denmaier talks with Bogie. Bottom left: Tunc Kilic found a dancing partner. Bottom right: Tony Little takes advantage of the learning center in Holman Library. Everyone Loves a Parade! Top: Jackie Gill greets a young parade-goer. Middle: Jim Sloan, Ken Carriker, Melissa Kaegel, and Betsy Sutton repre- sent the McKendree Choir. Bottom left: APO marchers Sheila Kehrer. Cindy Wessels, Michele Shurtz and Jeff Edwards. Bot torn right: The Shriners Oriental Band entertain the watchers with their music. The 1985 McKendree College Homecoming Parade got off to a great start with perfect weather. The day was sunny and warm, and the crowd as well as the participants had a wonderful time. Following the parade, the soccer fans cheered as the Bearcats defeated the team from the University of Mis- souri-Kansas City by a score of 5-0. Later that evening alumni and students attended the Homecoming Dance at the Ramada Inn at Fairview Heights and watched as Sonnie Botwinski was crowned the Homecoming Queen by retiring Queen Bonnie Droste. Despite comic moments like the unexpected crash of the heart-shaped ice sculpture, it was a beautiful ending to a beauti- ful week. i v HOMECOMING 1985 Security officer Willy Malone leads the way. President TenBrink waves to the crowd. Bo Cihctu Unit fit The Ma-Cli-Bo unit makes its annual appear ance in the parade. i m The classic cars led the way in the pa- rade for the various floats and groups entered. The men of Ferox made a colorful pic- ture in Jeff Thornton ' s truck. Top left: Co-Parade Marshal Sue Davis. Top right: Co Parade Marshal Gary Carstens. Above: The parade had a large Left: The Alpha Omega float is followed by members Angie Heaton, Angie Bean, Michelle Barr, Donette Wheatly, Ellen Conner, and Mary- Ann Fahey. lift V ! 3i - £ r T , sr r Homecoming Sports The soccer game following the parade resulted in a 5-0 triumph for the Bearcats Soccer team over the visiting team from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. The evening was then ended in style with the Homecoming Dance at the Fairview Heights Ramada Inn and the coro- nation of Sonnie Botwinski as the 1985 Home- coming Queen. Top: Tony Ellis and Randy Ratay move in for the score. Middle: The volleyball team cheers the soccer team on to victoty. Bottom: The Bearcats outmaneuvered the Mis- souri team offensively to gain the FOREVER Top: 1985 Homecoming Queen Sonnie Botwinski and her escort Terry Neff. Mid- dle left: The queen and her court enjoy the dance. Middle right: Clarence Bohm and his date enjoy the dance while showing the youngsters a thing or two. Left: The 1985 Court and retiring Queen: Left to Right: Freshman attendant Kady Zeisset and escort Scott Lappe, junior attendant Jill Kell- ing and escort Chuck Wagner, queen candidate Sonnie Botwinski and escort Terry Neff, queen candidate Barb Klingelhoefer and escort Andy Smith, retiring Queen Bonnie Droste and es- cort Jack Unruh, queen candidate Becky Bran- son and escort Fred Goode, junior attendant Viv Kloke and escort Dave Mordhorst, and sophomore attendant Monica Mitchell and es- cort Rick Ross. Sports And Activities Volleyball Front: Tammy Surmeir, Nancy Frecker, Patty Monroe. Kim Mueller. Middle: Debbie Krause, Lori Junker, Julie Stern. Linda Parker. Sharon Bodi Back Row: Coach Liz Thomas. Barb Klingelhoefer, Deb Avery. Lori Lehr. Pam Goe stenkoers. Senior All-An determination ii .111 Barb Khni;elhi eter slm The 1985-86 edition of the McKendree College Volleyball team enjoyed what is now becoming a common event: an excellent season. In the fi- nal NAIA poll of the season, the Lady Beatcats were ranked 10th in the nation. They won the state championship and defeated rival St. Am- brose to win Bi-state and championship and defeated rival St. Ambrose to win Bi-state and advance to Nationals in Milwaukee. Once there the ladies defeated the numbers 1 and 1 ranked team before being eliminated from the tourney. They finished the year and Coach Liz Thomas career at McKendree as the fifth best team in the nation. Linda Parker watches as Lori Lehr moves into action (Right). Soccer Front row: Mark Mahat, Paul Lindner, Matt McGlafman. Dave Merz.Jeff Seuss, Pat Berry, Jeff Trammel, Todd Loretta. Back row: Coach Tom Cordes, Jerome Munit Randy Ratay, Chris Bee, Tony Ellis, Rich Reiniger, Jeff Durzo, Brian Mijka, Mike Unger, Dave Sahuri. Rick Brandeg. Tony Ellis brings the ball downfield past two defenders. Despite the loss of several players from last year ' s team, Coach Cordes team finished the season as the second-ranked team in the state of Illinois. In the play-offs, the Bearcats hosted the first-round game, defeating the National College of Education decisive- ly by a score of 8-0. The team advanced to the state finals, hut lost out to their nemesis of the previous year, Sangamon State University. The team should re- turn largely intact, losing only Dave Merz and Jeff Mark Mahat maneuvers his w; around an opposing playt Collision at the goalpo Men ' s Basketball Varsity team front row: Mgr Mike Kirkpatrick, Dmitri Joe, Roger Kingston, Larry Mueller, Dave McFarland, Mgr Jeff Thornton. Standing: Coach Harry Statham, Walter Rogers, Rick Ross, Dave Mordhorst, Ken Coplen, Ahmad Bussie, John Batson, Ass ' t Coach Paul Funkhouser, Junior varsity front row: Jeff Edwards, Dave McFarland, Larry Mueller, Coach Harry Statham, DeAngelo Cooke, Jeff Morren, Dmitri Joe. John Moode, Ass ' t Coach Paul Funkhouser. Not pictured: Terry Bell. Women ' s Basketball This year ' s team: This year ' s squad had a difficult time of it at the start of the season, but improved steadily under the guidance of frist-year head coach Deb Ka- minske. Coach Deb Kaminske Mgr. Sharon Bodi Kathy Bullock Melody Evans Mary Ann Fahey Nancy Freker Karyn Hunsinger Amy Pickering Cindy Porter Dearyle Reising Michelle Shurtz Julie Stern Donette Wheatley i wer right: Point guard Man A ihev brines the ball down court Left: Kathv Bullock guarding against the inbound ball. Below: the whole team seems to be waitini; in turn for the ball. Baseball Front row: Tom Draper. Ben Lines. Joe Houk, Chris Landgraf, Pat Day, Dale S.ebenberger, John Bovinette. Middle: Kevin McFarland. David Kassebaum. Mark Terveer, Warren Fehrenz, Jeff Dozier, Jeff Junker, Craig Short. Felix Ruiz. Mgr.Jeff Bowen, Asst Coach J.R. Potthast. Ron Ferraro. Dan Schaller, Roger Kingston. Tom Forsythe. Andy Smith, Mike Fry, Mark Parker, Dan Netemeyer, Head Coach Van Smith. Teammates congratulate Rog- er Kingston at home plate after 9 one of his home runs. m Clockwise from top left: Warren Fehrenz shows his win- ning style. During the season, the dugout almost becomes a second home. Mark Terveer practices his bunting before the game. Coach J.R. Potthast shows the players the right way to do things. Coach Van Smith directs the defense from the field. I Softball Front row: Joni Beal, Beth Hill, Kim Davis, Sandy Kunz, Sonja Rhoda. Back: Coach Deb Kaminske, Cathy Rea, Melissa Worn- bacher, Sue Houseman, Kathy Bullock, Tracy Wargo, Mgr Donette Wheatley. Sandy Kunz heats the tag into second base in a game against Blackburn. -C A. ' X X N A, V (J ' " sHtX hJR| Kathy Bullock is tagged out in a close play at home. fe iiH SS £egfi£5 Sue Houseman connects to send long one to center held. - 36 job mo i d a .- c irr " rr— r- Cheerleading and Pom pon Squads Top left: Cheerleaders Rhonda Perkey, Theresa Eschrnan. Kim Courtright, Monica Mitchell. Up- per right: The cheerleaders perforn during the Homecoming game. Center left: Pom pon squad mem- bers: Tern Sullivan. Kelli Rich. Cind) llase. Cindy Wessels, Lisa Dameron, Felicia Fulks. Misty Munro. Terri Sullivan and Felicia Fulks leads the squads in one of their routines. Bottom: the cheer- Wrapping It Up All School Picnic Comedian Andy Andrews made sure e laughing. Melissa Kaegel and Gary Carstens discuss the Paul Wessdman is eniovinti the da The All School Picnic was held on the lower cam pus on May 1. It began with a Hands Across Cam pus at 3 p.m. The participants sang and released Everyone was entertained by comedian Andy An- drews and singer Rick Kellev. ARA Services set up a buffet style dinner. At S p.m.. a dance was held in Lower Deneen with Station PRTY providing the music. Pizza was served at 12:30 a.m. in Lower Deneen and the long daj ended with videos. Signs in Ames Hall advertised the events of the picnic. This is one rare sol moment during the picn DL Co t Oa mmencement xerci5eA . ;. 1986 ■■ ' ■■? ' -- ifltclKen ree College LEBANON, ILLINOIS TEN-THIRTY IN THE MORNING MAY SEVENTEENTH •■ The P e Procession Al McKendree ( ollege. the acadcniK procession is always composed o t Commencement- The faculty appear in order of rank (Professor. Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Instructor, lecturer) with the Professors .it the head ol the group followed in that order hy the other four ranks. The candidates for degree-in-course represent those who have completed requirements for either the Bachlor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree during the 1985-86 Fall Term, Spring Term, and the 1986 Summer Term. It has become customary lor the procession to assei the home of the President. The procession then mo Centennial Walk past the Bothwell Chapel and then intt southwest area of the campus. e in front of Stevenson Ho through Centennial date e reserved seating spaces ir Academic D ress The attire worn by the candidates for degree others on the occasion of this Commencement academic dress has evolved through a long traditit sities of Pans, Bologna. Oxford, and Cambridge. going back lings of the several parts of the academic regalia are har ce the medieval studenis emoved the status of clerics d been concluded that their attire found its inspiration in It appears that the gown may be an adaptation of the re d of the friar ' s cowl, and the mortarboard cap of today i tonsured heads needed protection against the drafty When McKendree College was in her seventh decade ol existence, academic attire first began to appear in the 1890 " s in the United States. Its use has now become common for college and university functions and its pattern highly uniform. THE GOWN. There are three gowns: the bachelor ' s, master ' s and doctor ' s. The bachelor ' s is a yoked, closed-front garment, with long, pointed sleeves. The present master ' s has long, closed sleeves slit just above the elbow permitting the forearms to protrude. The doctoral gown has full, bell-shaped sleeves The gown ol the doctor is trimmed with velvet panels running down the front and three velvet bars on each sleeve. Black is acceptable trimming for j ■ panel--, and -leeves i .•held. THE HOOD. The hood was seeminglj lust worn over th When the skull cap was introduced, the hood was retain around the neck, draped over the shoulders, and hangs t degree (bachelor, mustei. doctor) has its spec lal hood, w head and attached to the gow ' n. i but detached. Today it is worn wn the back of the gown. Each ich vanes in length, and. in case Top: Governor Thompson receives his honorary doctorate. Bottom: Marshall Dr. Pat Folk leads the processional. Order of Seruice PRE! UDE ■■Trumpet Tune and March i l " .n ' " ! ' , ' ' Jeremiah Clarke •PROCESSIONAL: --Hornpipe " ■Zer George F.Handel NATIONAL ANTHEM INVOCATION The Reverend Lawrena H V M N : • -God of Grace and Cod of Clor God of grace and God of glory. On ihy people pour ihy power; Crown [hine ancieni Church ' s story; Bring her bud 10 glorious flower. Grant us wisdom, gram us courage. Lor (he facing of this hour, lor Ihe facing ol " [his hour Harry Emerson Fosdick Cure rhy children ' s warring madness. Bend our pride to thy control; Shame our wanton, selfish gladness. Rich in things and poor in soul Grant us wisdom, gram us courage. 1 est we miss [hy kingdom ' s goal. Lest we miss thy kingdom ' s goal. Scorn Ihj Chrisl.ass.nl Ins ways ' 1 ens and doubts loo 1 o m l- Ikisc hound Free our hearts to work and praise Grant us wisdom, grant us courage. For the living of Ihese days. For Ihe living of these days. Be our glory evermore Grant us wisdom, grant us courage, Serving thee whom we adore. SCRIPTURE READING (Bothwell Schol ,1 Gusten " Bud " Brainerd INTRODUCTION OF COMMENCEME ER Dr. Germ J. TenBrink President of the College COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS The Honorable James R. Thompson Governor, State of Illinois MUSIC: " The Heavens Are Telling " Fran Joseph Haydn McKendree t olk-ec student and Alumni Choir Soloists: Ann Ross Lilly ■- soprano. Charles Claxton -■ tenor, Richard Boyd -- bass PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FC R Dl ' iRl 1 S Dr OrmondSmythc Deanol Ihe C ollege t 1 IMM1SMI ININI , Presentation ■ nthonv Maj David O DiMarchi, USAF HONORARY DEORI 1 Presentalion of Candidate The Honora ( outer line ol Honoi.iiv Degree Presenlatton of Candidate " ' — Dr Gerrit J. TenBrink I. Thompson Harold L.LePere man, McKendree College Hoard of Trustees Dr Gerrit J. TenBrink Conferring of Honorary Degree Chai Harold L. Le Perc man, McKendree C ollege Hoard of Trustees INDUCTION OF THE CLASS OF 1986 lames k Forrlcr Order of Seruice PRELUDE: " Tru, •PROCESSIONAL HYMN ■■GndnfUraLi-amH.uiloliito God of grace and God of glory. On thy people pour thy power; Bring her bud io glorious flower. Gram us wisdom, gram us courage, For the facing of this hour, I or the Liang of this hour TenBrmk, Presiding The Reverend Scot! Laurence Campus Pastor Harry Emerson Fosdick i urc ih t hiklren ' s warnruy nudncs ' ., Bend our pride lo thy control; Shame our wanton, selfish gladness, Ai ' .Jorn, iM.mi us t o iiMec, COMMENCEMENH MUSIC: -TheHeavt ..IkycMudci Dr. Germ Presideni o the t nlkye norable James R Governor, Sta 1 tlnm|v,ii[| Fran Joseph Haydn Richard Boyd -- Dr Orm Dean of md Siiuilk- the( oltege r OMMISSIONING Maj. WO.DiMarchU HONORARY DEGREE Presentation of Candidate The Hono Conferring of Honorary Degree Presentation of Candidate able James R Thompson Dr Germ J Ten Harold L Le College Board of Tr Dr Germ J Ten Conferring of Honorary Degree INDUCTION OF THE CLASS OF 1986 President, McKendree C Harold L 1 t College Board of Tr James K 1 ollege Alumni Assoc Francis Lee Johnson, 1936 star of the United State ' s Olympic basketball team, receives an honorary dc Dr. Dave Ahola accepts the Grandy award. PR! SI SI A. HON I 1 OKM (,K Sm I ( I I II tt Mil) Dr. Va Secretary, McKendree t ollege Alu CHORA1 HI SI Dli IK is " A Jubilant Song " McKendree ollege Siudcm and Mumni Choir Accompanied In Mascoutah High School Brass Quarlct Kenh Kraske Irumpel, John Marchiono -- Irumpel RECESSIONAL: " Grand Dialogue " •The a i sealed during Ihe Re. during I Candidates for Deqrees in Course II , ill 1 ,.K (II sc II Nl I I (II HIMSI SS ADMINISTRATION IIU.RI I ILNCE IN NURSING OF SCIENCE DEGREE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDW I 1( is I II ( .K I I II ( 111:1 OR Ol HI SIM SS ADMINIs I R A I II IS III i.KI I BACHLI IIRIH M II SI I IS SI KSINOIII (.Rl I ■ ' .I VI KMI M s MUSEUM OPEN HOI Bolhwell Chapel The Alumni Choir joins the College Choir in singing during the service Top left: Organist Gail Long plays the pro- cessional. Top left: Jamie Lautz Craft ac- cepts her diploma from Dr. Tenbrinl. Mid- dle left: The faculty watch as the candidate; for degrees approach the platform. Middle right: Dr. Ahola receives the William Nor- man Grandy Award. Bottom: Finally, the n of education are over! £ ' $ -;■% ' e ppv d %mi fc -1 :;•■••- i I- J » 1 A Lit p WT ' i ! 7v ! 1 f,-% V ' J £2 OS u N D E R G R A D U A T E S 1986 Michelle Barr Angela Bean J u N Mary Berndsen Debbi Bethard I Jeff Cambell Ken Carriker R S Ellen Conner Linda Carriker 1 Jayel Collins Ellen Conner La-Shelle Ebersohl Scott Harper Brent Haukapp Karyn Hunsinger Sheila Kehrer Jill Kelling Kevin Koeller Lori Lehr Dave LeSar Dave McFarland seems to be saying " That ' s jgh! " during basketball practice. Julie Muskopf Christy Neff Jeff Noblin Carol Ohl Philip Ohlendorf Debbie Ozier Cathy Rea Sonja Rhoda Debbie Struebi Therese Suarez Tracy Wargo Steven York s p H M Mark Eichenlaub Theresa Eschman Jackie Gili s Shelli Gonzalez Melanie Green Tami Head Susan Hill Christine Jones Gregory Junge Melissa Kaegel Mary Kelemetc Carol Kidd Tunc Kilic Debbie Krause Susan Landmann Patricia Manion Laura May § Kim Mueller Holly Mullink Patricia Ott Mark Parker Cindy Porter Melissa Roethemeyer Carol Roscow Jeffrey Thornton Mark Terveer Robin Vander Donette Wheatley Lisa White Bryan Wilson F R E S H Debra Avery Joni Beal E N Cindy Fally Stephanie Fisher Michael Frey Felicia Fulks Dawn Giebe Emily Gregory Richard Gower I Suzanne Hacking | Carla Hammersly 1 Cindy Jones Amber Katich Brenda Kelling Theresa Kentch Michael Kirkpatrick Kelly Koisher Sandy Kunz Chris Landgraf Melinda Lanter Scott Larson JoAnn Lett Robin Maloney Patricia McGuire Lori McHenry Justina Miles Row 2: Shandra Miller, Misty Munro. Row 3: Debb Muskopf, James Newman. Row 4: Ronda Perkey, Angie Peyla. Lori McHenry and Ernest Williams — dressed to kill! Craig Rhodes Linda Rickard Lisa Sappington Paula Sinkler Anne Stallings Eric Struebig Terri Sullivan Bobby Summers Tami Surmeier Stac ia Swisher Rachel Thomerson Gayna Tumipseed Glen Vangampler Rick Vines Vicki Von Hatten Jonathan Webster Kathy Wellen Brooke Wharton Debra Whitfield Merle Wilder Deana Williams Darren Wilkinson Lori Wright Holly Wylie Yi Yang Kady Zeisset Administration Faculty Staff Adminstration Gerrit TenBrink, Ed.D President of the College Robert Ariosto, Ed.D. Dean of Student Affairs Elva Hines, MS Dean of Registrar and Student Steve Jackson. BA Dean ot Admission Ormond Smythe, Ed.D Dean of Academic Affa Bonnie Farnngton, BA Director of Public Relations Mary Frances Daylor, RN Director of Health Services Debra Jackson, BS Assistant Dean of Student Campus Pastor Robert I. Prins. BA Development Phil Rodriguez Director of Safety and Security Director of Alumni Relations ' s h9k v Stanley Osterhage. B.S., C.P.A. Director of Financial Affairs Leslie Missey Director of Student Activities Ted Schrover Scott Air Force Base Education Coordinator Frank Grandfield. B.S. Coordinator of Financial Affairs Back row Bill llaskinv Staff Connie Bayers, M.A. Off-Campus Program Dii Debbie Bohnenstiehl Secrerary, Office of the Registrar Sharon Brownfield Accounts Payable. Financ Affairs Martin Cavanaugh. M.A. Public Service Librarian. Holman Library- Bob Cordes Soccer Coach. Athletic Department Sue Davis Secretary. Office of the Registrar Louise Domingos Library Secretary Betty Dorencamper Assistant Kt ' L ' istr.n Nancy Ferguson Faculty Secretary (aner Fo Admissic ns Counselor for Nursi V Paul Fun khous r. PUD Assistant Baske tball Coach Athle ic Department Flame Menders m Secretary Deve opment Depar tment anet Henry Director of Vocational Programs w - - Jan Mallrich Admissions Counselor Sandra Matthews Secretary. Academic Dean ' ; Office Julie Meyer Admissions Counselor Mary Ann Newcomb Secretary, Financial Attair Ruth Ellen P Communicati Ruth Ellen Pegg cms Du Steve Posavec Admissions Counselor Liz Thomas Student Affairs — Secretary Jf i 9 Photo Photo Wm Not Available Not Available Jill Weil Computer Center Faculty David Ahola, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations Ted Anderson, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology David Barker, M.B.S. Computer Center Director Ronald Black, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Murella Bosse, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology David Brailow. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English Leonard Branson. MBA Instructor in Accounting and Robert Brown, MA Dave Cherian, MBA Instructor in Marketn Ken Craw, M.C.S. Instructor in Computer Sci James Drake, MIA Associate Professor of An « } Virginia Driggs Associate Director of the Learning Communications Center Martha Eggers Instructor in Education Patrick Folk. Ph.D. Associate Professor of History John Greenfield, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English . jmftSL Evn Huxford ' s class takes advantage of the beautiful spring weather to hold class on upper campus. t • ' i Don Hoist, Ed. D. m Professor of Physical Education I Evn Huxford, Ph.D. I Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Studies I Douglas Jones. Phi) I Professor of Mathematics I Claire Kersting, MS nstructor in Computer Science Jean Kirts. MA Instructor in Education and Physical Education Norman Madsen. Ph.D. Assistant Professor or Religion Richard McGuire. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology Karen Muench, MSN in Nursing Philip Neale, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosoph y- Dave Ottinger, MFA Assistant Professor of Art Emerial Owen, Ph.D. Professor ot Psycholog) Mary Ann Pettit. MA Assistant Professor o( Business Administration Marcia Popp. Ed. D. Assistant Professor of Education Myron Reese. Ph.D. Professor ot Chemistry Sr. Gabrielle Rowe, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English Orville Schanz, M.M. Ed. Professor of Music Harry Statham, MS Assistanr Professor of Physical Education Linda Steele. Ph.D. Associate Professor of Nursing Frank Walker. MBA Instructor in Accounting Ed Ward, MA Instructor in Manage Cathy White. MSN Assistant Professor of Ni Janice Wiegman. MSN Instructor in Nursing Greeks and r g a n i z a t i o n s Delta Phi Sigma was founded in 1966 to fill what its charter mem- bers felt was a social gap on McKendree ' s campus. Adelphi strives to promote an involvement in social activities and unity throughout the campus and the local community. While the soci- ety isn ' t a service organization, it does assist the college in striving to round out the social lite ot the students. Alptja S (jhnwja Alpha Omega is a social service and work sorority that promotes sisterhood, friendship, and service. AO was found- ed on November 23, 1954 and was rechartered in November of 1970. AO is active in campus and community service pro- jects. Alpha Omega Officers: President, Becky Branson; Vice-president, Michelle Barr; Treasurer. Angie Bean; Secretary, Jill Kelling; Director of Alumni Relations, Christy Neff; Pledge Mistress Parliamentarian, Ten Blecha; Social Chairman, Dearyle Reising; Assoc. Social Chanman, Jennifer Schumaker; Work Chairman. Ellen Conner; Assoc. Work Chairman. Mary Ann Fahey. Front Row: Tracy Rouch. Carol Roscow, Theresa Dunn. Jnd Row: ( mdv Jones. Julie Cratch. Brenda Kelling, Annette Bochantin. 3rd Row: Donette Wheatley, Jennifer Schumaker, Ellen Conner, Mary Ann Fahey. 1th Row: Deatyle Reising. Becky Branson, Christy Neff. Advisor Jill Weil. Jennifer Williams. Back Row, Ten Blecha. Angle Bean. Michelle Barr, Jill Kelling, Lisa Higgins. Not Pictured: l.inda Jaworski. and honorary members Sonnie Botwinski and Betsy Mavnard. Alplja JJljt ©mega Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity. The Chi Omega chapter here at McKen- dree was established in 1972. APO sponsors a wide variety of charitable projects, including their bi-annual Red Cross Blood Drive. Officers are: President, Keith Scharringhausen; Vice-Presi- dent of Service, Julie Muskopf; Vice-President of Membership, Cindy Porter; Secretary, Mi- chele Shurtz; Treasurer, Rob Staudenmaier; Sgt.-at-Arms, Kevin Koeller, Chaplain and Histori- an, Cindy Wessels. 1st Row: Bobby Summers, Debbie Muskopf, Rachel Thomerson, Dawn Elmore, Kim Courtnght. 2nd Row: Phil Oh- lendort " . Merle Wilder, Felicia Fulks. Carla Hammersley. 3rd Row: Advisors Bob Pnns, Gary Carstens. Larry Steffans. Dave Long. Dr. Emerial Owen. Standing: Cindy Porter. Betsy Hankla, Julie Muskopf, Sheila Kehrer. Ginger Cox, Mi- chele Shurtz. Jeff Edwards. Rob Staudenmaier. Tanya Wright. Kevin Koeller, Michelle LePere, Cindy Wessels, Keith Scharringhausen, Linda Streunse. 1 A Clionian Literary Society was established Dec. 6, 1869; becoming the first sorority tor women on campus. The women of Clio believe in friendship, sisterhood, and loyalty. Clio members include: (front row) Theresa Kentch, Abby Miller, Lisa White; (back row) Debbi Bethard, Donna Snyder, Yang Yi, and Jamie Craft; mot shown) Paula Sutton. Kathy Bullock. Cathy Rea, Laurel Milligan, Den.se Bruckert Moore, and Honorary Dawn Miesner. Phi Rho Chi Social Service Society was founded in the spring ot 1963. The men of Ferox stress brotherhood and strength through unity. The society sponsored various social events throughout the year. Membership is acquired by invitation, election, and orientation. Members of Ferox, Left to Right: Larry Mueller. Dave Mordhorst. Keith Ward. Ron McGee. John Batson, Jeff Thornton, Sean Hayes (front I. Ken Coplen, Mike Engel, Dave McFarland, Brent Dudeck, Doug Kassing. Not pictured: Greg Bean, and Honorary members John Basler and Rick Ross. 1 £a Yd x uaT,iyM a L yM a Y Gamma Sigma Sigma is a service sorority and is the only National Sorority on campus. Sigma ' s purpose is to promote sisterhood, friendship, scholarship, service, and social advancement of the college. Members pictured front row Theresa Eschman, Pegg) Rawlings, La-Shell Ebersohl, and Therese Suarez. Second row: Peggy Rickardjody Maroney, Parti Ott, Mr: TenBrink (advisor), and Lisa Kohrmann. Last row: Rhonda Sigman, Janet Whaley, Sonja Rhoda, Sharon Bodi. Debbie Krause. Linda Carriker, and Connie Holzinge Not pictured were: Melissa Roethemeyer, Suzy Daily. Patricia Klein, and Noelle Goss. 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 organization is open to all male students who meet and maintain the academic requirements ot the college and are returning or transfer students. Front: Brian Wuertz, Allen May. Standing: Chuck Ford, Tom Andres, Keith Taylor, Craig Short. ' ' I 9 t% w ' A ■Hi « 1 , 1 i bBS i£ SAPlENTlAEjtf£ Pi Lambda Tau, better known as the Pla- tonian Social Society or the Bser ' s, was founded April 20, 1849 and is the oldest social society west of the Allegheny mountains. Becuse of its state charter, Plato is a recognized corporation by the State of Illinois. The men of Plato are the traditional sponsors of the Geology Club and its weekly meetings. Front I. to R: Dan Netemeyerjeffjunker, Mark Terveer, Dan Schaller, Advisor Robert Brown. Darren Wilkinson. Chris Bockler, Mark Parker. Front: Randy Blakelv Dave Merz,John Wunderlich, Darren Hopp. Not Pictured: John Bovinette and Fred Scholl. Choir members Melissa Roethemeyer, Noelle Goss, Melissa Kaegel, Kady Zeisser, Betsy Sutton. Jim Sloan, and Scott Larson enjoy singint; for audiences. Under the direction of Charles Rann. the 1985- 86 McKendree College Choir enjoyed one of its most successful seasons ever. The choir pre- sented their annual Christmas and spring con- certs as well as a spring tour. The members in- clude: Debra Avery, Jeff Campbell, Linda Car- riker, Rhonda Channel. Kim Courtwright, Dawn Elmore, Felicia Fulks, Shelli Gonzalez, Suzanne Hacking. Betsy Hankla, Theresa Kentch, Scott Larson, Melissa Mehrtens, Dawn Miesner, Abby Miller, John Moody, Jeff Nob- lin, Melissa Roethemeyer, James Sloan, Nita Smith, Brooke Wharton, Merle Wilder, Ernest Williams and Yong Jing Zhao. The Circuit Rid- er Singers included: Kim Courtwright, Suzanne Hacking, Betsy Hankla. Scott Larson, Abby Miller, and Jeff Noblin. a mckendree invitational MODEL UNITED NATIONS 91 Mi The lull Annual McKendree Invitational Model I ' nited Nations officially opens with th e introduction of the Presidential and Executive Staff members. The McKendree Invitational Model United Nations is entirely run by students and is sanc- tioned by the United Nations Association of the United States of America. A very produc- tive season of the bi-annual Model UN ran on November 7 and 8 and again March 19-21. Nearly 500 high school delegates, ambassadors, and pages from 14 area high schools participat- ed. Many McKendree students volunteered their time and services to help whenever need- ed. Faculty advisors Dr. Dave Ahola, Dr. Rob Ariosto, Dr. Pat Folk, and Dr. Bill Haskins oversaw the session, as Secretary General Paige Mettler capped off a successful six year career in the Model UN program. Andrew Cooperrnan, President of the Security Council presents the awards to his superior delegates. The 1984-85 Executive Staff is: Under-Secretary Generals Denise Ta- bor, Michael Tockstein, and Ginger Cox; Executive Assistants Bobby Summers, Dawn Elmore, and Jim Thompson; Public Relations Direc- tor Debbi Bethard, Photographer Sue Waller, Accountant Jayel Sodini, Office Manager Felicia Fulks, and Duke Sodini, Official UN Mascot. The Presidental Staff, those who run the committees, is; Chairmen; Deb Bethard, Human Rights; Ginger Cox, Special Political; La-Shell Eber- sohl, Ad Hoc. Steve Ptacek, SCH; Bobby Summers, EcoDev; Jim Thompson, Disarmament; Political; Presidents: Andrew Cooperman, Security Council; Dan Kasten, Ecosoc; Denise Tabor, General Assem- bly; Justices Scott Harper and Jim Stewart of the International Court; Legal Advisors: Jim Barnett, Dawn Elmore, Janice Guebert, Carla Ham- mersly, Chris Jones. Sheila Kehrer. Donna Roth, Rob Staudenmaier, Merle Wilder, and Ernest Williams. Secretaries: Deb Avery, Dawn Giebe, Melanie Green, Brenda Kelling, Kristen Kelley, Lisa Lockett, Robin Maloney, Candy Richert. Nita Smith, Donna Snyder, Sgt.-At- Arms Scott Brunken, DeAngelo, Cooke, Doug Ka ssing, Doug Kessler, Dmitri Joe, Scott Lanprich, Tony Little, Phil Ohlendorf, Craig Rhodes, Dave Sahuri, Eric Struebig. Jeff Summers. Jeff Thornton. Rick Vines, Paul Wesselman, and Tony Willis. Bailiff Jeff Winget. Eisenmeyer presents. (Rand) WAchl celebrate Christmas in " A Doll ' i In McKendree Theater Program ' s fourth sea- son, two professional and two all-student shows were produced. It started with an excel- lent one-woman show. " Survivors. " from the Riverside Theatre. This play, written by Darrah Cloud, brought together 15 female characters in one play. The next presentation consisted of two comic mysteries, " After Magntte " and " The Real In- spector Hound. " both by Tom Stoppard. These plays provided an evening of fun, confu- sion, and mystery to full-house audiences. The full cast consisted of Jeff Noblin, Jeff Bowen, Tunc Kilic, Helen Arter, Melissa Kaegel. Becky Branson, Suzanne Hacking, Randy Bla- kely, Dan Kasten, Jeff Winget, Chris Jones, and Jeff Thornton. The stage manager was Donna Snyder, technical director was Jeff Noblin, and lights were run by Betsy Sutton. The spring production was " A Doll ' s House " by Henrik Ibsen with Christine Jones as the emotionally torn Nora and Randy Blakelv as her repressive husband. Other cast members in- cluded Betsy Sutton. Suzanne Hacking, Melissa Kaegel, Paul Wesselman, and Jeff Winget. Sta- gehands (aka. " Godsends " ) were Ben Lines. Roger Kingston, and Rick Vines. Technical di- rector, )et( Noblin. controlled lights and Don- na Snyder managed the set. Both student pro- ductions were artfully directed by Dr. David Brailow. Finally, the season was concluded on April 23, by Dr. David Brailow ' s Shakespearean " All the World ' s a Stage. " written and presented by Dr. Brailow. Kroptad (Jeff Winget :ft Noblin and I Brailow take ca Top right: Reginald Harris (Jeff Noblin) and his wife Thelma (Melissa Kaegel) practices in their living room for their nightclub act. Below: Reginald puts butter on Mother ' s foot (Helen Arter) to cool a burn. Middle left: Inspector Foot (Jeff Bowen) inspects his foot while Thelma and Reginald look on during the hemming scene. Residence Life Staff Baker and Barnett Halls In Baker Hall: Resident Direc- tor Steve York and 1st floor Resident Assistant Therese Suarez. Baker 2 Resident Assis- tant Jennifer Williams and Baker 3 ' s Terry Bell with Deb Kaminske, Resident Director of Barnett Hall. Sheila Kehrer, Resident Assistant of Barnett 1st, Barnett 2nd ' s Michelle Shurtz and 3rd ' s Denise Tabor. Walton Hall And The Suites Resident Assistants Jeft Edwards (Walton 1), Greg Junge (Walton 2), and Paul Lindher (Wal- ton 3). The Suites: Resident Di rector Helen Arter and Resident Assistants Dawn Miesner and Jeff Noblin. Sigma Zeta is an organization for science ma- jors with high grade point averages. Besides the traditional biology and chemistry majors, members may also major in computer science. This alpha chapter was started many years ago on McKendree ' s campus but lapsed, and it was reborn in the fall of 1985 with the help of advi- sor Dr. Richard McGuire. The members have fund raisers to pay for their biology field trips and tor new equipment in the science depart- ment. The members also participate in national conventions where experimental results are an- nounced. Members include: Melissa Kaegel, Lisa Borrenpohl. Tunc Kilic, Todd McNamara (president), Mary Schilling. Dr. McGuire (advisor). Nor shown: Mary Mordhorst. loAnn Diehl, and Vician Kloke. Wishes For Success To Our Future Leaders Bankers Trust A FULL SERVICE BANK JD77P Interest ill 6400 W. Main, Belleville, Illinois 62223 618-397-6400 Member FDIC AAAGNA TRUST Magna Trust Company 222 East Main Street P.O. 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Despite obstacles such as lost shipments in the mail, flooded rooms and ruined photos, we have managed to put together the best possible book that we could. A lot of new ideas were experimented in this book. Some worked, and some didn % but the successes and mistakes will hopefully provide the groundwork for next year ' s editor. I congratulate Donna Snyder as the Editor-in-Chief for the 1986-87 school year and hope that she will enjoy her year as much as I did mine. As always, I wish to thank the many people who, without their help and support, this book would not have been published. First of all I want to thank the advisors, Rob Ariosto and Bonnie Farringtonfor all their advice and help. Also the staff members: Merle Wilder, Bobby Summers, Sue Waller, Sandy Kunz, Lisa Kohrmann, Peggy Rawlings, and especially Donna Snyder, Assistant Editor and both right and left hands when it came to making deadlines. 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