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Show Hide text for 1926 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 190 of the 1926 volume: “ M M DC ]D A " " - P ALBIONIAN PUBLISHED BY THE 3TUDENT.S 2 0F ALBION COLLEGE [j] President JOHH LAWRENCE SE..iv. To whom the Albionian for Nineteen Hundred and TwentySix is dedicated. resident ' s Message To the Students: MEMORY BOOK is among the most precious of possessions. That is what J the Albionian will be to you. As often ■Lnl as v° u scan tS P a § es m e Y ears to f ona recollection will bring many treasured ■ " L of all, the Albionian will help to keep alive ociations of college life. The pictures of maternity brothers and sisters, of classmates and of teachers, will revive many happy experiences and T ive to you a perpetual renewal of your youth. av., and daughters of old Albion, take with o " ne record of joyous years and high achieve - Peturn often to the scenes it commemorates " ike the future of Albion College nobler ..ful than the past. Sincerely yours, t J x . j lOReWORD he PURPOSE OF ANY- COLLEGE ANNUAL IS- • SELDOM REALIZED IMME- DIATELY UPON THE PUB- • LIGATION OF THE DOOK NOR DOES THE VOLUME FRESH FROM THE PRE S SE S HOLD MORF THAN THE CAS- UAL INTEREST OF THF STU- DENT. IN THIS RESPECT, THE 1020 ALblONIAN DIF- FERS NOT FROM OTHERS HOWEVER FULLY AWARE OF THF NOW GLARING FAULTS OF THE bOOKJTS EDITOR 161 AND STAFF A9K YOUR- IN- DULGENCE-. AFTER YOU HAVE GIVEN ITS PAGE? A FEW CURSORY GLANCE 9, LAY IT AWAY UNTIL THE OLD MAN WITH THE SCYTHE HA? TURNED HIS GLASS A SCORE ORSOOPTIMES.ANDIT--- MAY 5E THAT WHEN YOU ■ • AGAIN OPEN THESE PAGES ' THE PICTURES AND NAMES HERE- IN WILL CONJURE. UP MEMO- RIES AS PRICELESS AS THE- ■ • BOOK MAY THEN bE HELD DY YOU. 7 (Hfltttettta (Campus Hinua (Ulje iffarultg ®bf (Elaaaea Attjleiira (Sam rmtin Hoatpa jjfforpttaira (Cotta matoro, Irama •publuationa lepartmfntal (ftlitba Spltgtoua ©rnanizattona Jffratprntttfa an i omttea A m rttB?ra 181 ■3 P L 5ifJL 3t S M M 12] [Ill In! V-S ■ ' ' J £o S8@g, METHODIST CHURCH TOWER t ' 5] M e ALBIO  9 te ALBIONlAN ROBERT WILLIAMS, A.B., D.D. Dean of the College and Professor of Philosophy. Delta Sigma Rho; A.B. Wesleyan University, Middletown. Conn., 1911; D.D. Albion College, Al- bion, Mich., 1921; Registrar and Vice-President, Department of Eng- lish, East Greenwich Academy, East Greenwich, R. I.; Dean, Department of English and Classics, Williams- port Dickinson Seminary, Williams- port, Pa.; present position since 1921. RUTH HASSE, A.B., M.A. Dean of Women. A.B., Coe College, 1920; M.A., Columbia University, 1925; Dean of Women, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, 1921-24. fi8] I 9 ie ALBIONlAN FREDERIC SAMUEL GOODRICH. A.M., D.D.. Profes- sor of Biblical History and Literature. Phi Beta Kappa: Psi Upsilon; A.B., Wesleyan U ni- versity. Connecticut. 1890: A.M.. University of Michigan. 1898: Yale University. Connecticut. 1898: University of Chicago. Summer Sessions: University of Berlin: D.D.. Defiance College. 1909: Assistant Instructor in Greek. Wesleyan University. Connecticut. 1891-92: President of College. January 21, 1924, to July 15, 1924: present position since 1892, EDWIN ROSCOE SLEIGHT, A.M.. Professor of Mathematics. B.S., Albion College. 1901; A.M., 1902: Professor of Mathematics. Montevideo. Uruguay. South America. 1902-04; Michigan Military Academy. 1904-06: Carthage College, Illinois. 1906-08; Alpha Tau Omega; present position since 1908. PHIL HAROLD HEMBDT. A.M.. Ph.D.. Professor of English Language and Literature. Phi Beta Kappa: Delta Sigma Rho: A.B.. New York University. 1901; A.M.. 1904; Ph.D.. 1915 Principal High School. Mt. Kisco. N. Y.. 1901-05 Normal School. Superior. Wisconsin. 1905-13 author of " Home English and School English. " " Irish Life in Irish Fiction. " " The Influence of the Royal Society on English Style " . " Guide to Novel Reading " . " Analysis of English Prose Style " : Phi Gamma Delta: present nosition since 1913.  7 ie ALBIONlAN ARTHUR HENRY HARROP, A.M., Ph. D., Professor of Latin and Greek Languages and Literature. Phi Beta Kappa; A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1894, A.M., 1896; A.M., Harvard University, Mass., 1903; Ph.D., Boston University, 1905; Vice-President and Professor of Latin and Greek, Union College, 1894-95, same at Missouri Wesleyan College, 189 6-9 7; Acting Assistant Professor of Greek at Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1905; Professor of Latin, University of Denver, 1905-13; Registrar and Instructor of Latin and Greek, Alle- gheny College, 1913-15; author of " College Train- ing, " " Fraternity Scholarship, " " What the College and University Ought to Do for the Student in Latin. " " Latin and Greek as First Aids in the Study of Psychology, " " The Story of Ammi Bradford Hyde " ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; present position since 1915. ARTHUR MERTON CHICKERING. M.S., Professor of Biology and Geology. Sigma Xi; Ph.B., Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, 1913; M.S., University of Wisconsin, 1916; further graduate work at the University of Michigan, Summer Sessions, 1919-24; Instructor in Biology, Beloit College, Wis., 1913-18; Instructor in Zoology at University of Michigan Summer Ses- sion, 1921-22: Papers in Cytology: Member of the A. A. A. ' s; Member of the American Microscopical Society, 1924; Member of the American Nature Association; Fellow of the American Geographic Society; Member of the Michigan Academy of Science; Vice-President Zoology Section, 1910-20; present position since 1918. DAVID LINSDAY RANDALL. Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry. Sigma Xi; A.B.. Yale University, Connecticut. 1904; A.M., Yale University, Connecticut, 1905; Ph.D., 1907; Instructor in Chemistry, University of New Hampshire. 1907-10; Professor of Chemistry and Faculty Secretary, Baker University, Kansas, 1910- 1 8 ; Associate Professor of Chemistry, Wesleyan University, Conn., 1918-19; Member of the American Chemical Society; Sigma Phi Epsilon; present position since 1919. 9 ie ALBIONlAN ALBERT JOHNSTON McCULLOCH. Ph.D.. Professor of History. A.B.. University of Missouri. 1894; A.M.. 1895: Ph.D.. University of Denver. 1905: Columbia Uni- versity. 1914; Instructor in History. University of Missouri. 1894-95; Professor of History. North East Missouri Teachers ' College. 1919; Professor of History. Morningside College. Iowa. 1923-24; Author of " The Loan Office Experiment in Mis- souri " ; Pi Kappa Delta; present position since 1919. DONALD MONROE GILBERT. Ph.D.. Professor of Modern Languages. Phi Beta Kappa; Ph.B.. Wesleyan University, Con- necticut. 1908; Certificat d ' etudes Francaises. Uni- versity of Paris. 1910; A.M.. West Virginia Univer- sity. 1917; Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin, 1920: Instructor in French. Northwestern University, 111., 1909-10: Instructor of English. Corozal. Porto Rico. 1908-09: Supervising Principal. Corozal and Humacao. Porto Rico. 1911-14; Instructor in Eng- lish and French. Instituto Nacional, Panama, 1914- 1 5 : Instructor in Romance Languages. West Vir- ginia University, 1915-18: University of Cincin- nati. 1918-19: Graduate Work and Assistant in Romance Languages, University of Wisconsin. 1919- 20; Delta Kappa Epsilon; present position since 1920. CLEMENT EUGENE ROOD. Ph.M.. Professor of Physics. Ph.B.. Albion College. 1894: Ph.M.. 1897; In- structor in Astronomy and Physics. Albion College. 1895-97: Fellowship in Astronomy, University of Chicago. 1897-99: Instructor in Mathematics and Astronomy. Beloit College. Wisconsin. 1899-1901; Professor of Mathematics and Physics. Carthage Col- lege. Illinois. 1901-03: Instructor in Physics. Michi- gan College of Mines. 1903-15; Assistant Professor. 1915-20: Head of Department of Physics. Western State College of Colorado. Summer Session, 1923; present position since 1920. [«] rr ie albioniAn HENRY LEE EWBANK. A,M., Professor of Public Speak- ing. Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Sigma Rho; Phi Delta Epsi- lon; A.B., Ohio Wesleyan, 1917; A.M., University of Michigan. 1924; Treasurer National Association of Teachers of Speech; Instructor in Public Speak- ing, High School, Delaware, Ohio, 1916-17; Graduate School at University of Michigan Summer Sessions, 1921-23; Instructor in English, Albion College, 1917-18; Assistant Professor of Public Speaking, Albion College, 1918-21; Assistant Pro- fessor of Public Speaking, Michigan State Normal College, Summer Session, 1923: Chi Phi; Head of Department of Public Speaking since 1922. FRANK W. SHULTIS, Administration. A.B., A.M., Professor of Business A.B., State Teachers ' College. Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1908; A.M., State Teachers ' College, Greeley, Colo., 1914; Instructor at Greeley, Colorado; present posi- tion since 1922. WILLIAM WHITCOMB WHITEHOUSE, A.M., B.D., Th.D., Professor of Economics and Sociology. A.B., Lebanon College, 19 16; Lane Theological Seminary, 1915: B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1917; Marquette University, School of Commerce. 1917-18; M.A., Lawrence College. 1919; Th.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1922; Graduate work at Northwestern University, Summer 19 24; Author of " The Church in the Light of the Imitation Theory, " " The Church and the Industrial Situa- tion " ; Lecturer at International Students ' Confer- ence, Lake ' Geneva, 1923; Delta Sigma Phi; present position since 1922. [ " ! •7 ie. ALBIONlAN THOMAS MILTON CARTER, Ph.D. Education. B.D.. Prof rotessor o Phi Delta Kappa; A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University. 1914; B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1917; A.M., Northwestern University, 1921; Ph.D., University of Chicago. 1923; Student Director at Hamline Uni- versity, 1919-20; Member of the National Educa- tion Association; Member of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters; present position since 1923. BERNICE L. nomics. CROSBY. B.S.. Professor of Home Eco- B.S.. University of Wi sconsin; Director Economics; present position since 1924. of Home R. W. BETCHTEL, A.B., Director of Athletics. A.B., Wittenberg College. 19 17: Summer School. Wittenberg College. 19 17; Director of Athletics, Akron South High School. 1917-18; Director of Physical Education. Marine Barracks, Paris Island, South Carolina. 1918-19: Director of Recreation and Athletics, B. F. Goodrich Co., 1919-20: Direc- tor of Athletics. Akron South High School. 1920- 21: Director of Athletics. Woodward Tech. High School. Toledo. 1921-22: Director of Physical Education and Athletics. Baldwin-Wallace College, 1922-24: Summer School. University of Michigan, 1923; Summer School. Notre Dame University, 1924: present position since 1924. fol ROSE BALL, Methods. 5.S., Librarian and Instructor in Library B.S., Albion College, 1896: Chautauqua Library School, 1922: Member of the American Library Association; present position since 1905. FLORENCE SWISHER, B.A., A.M., English and Public Speaking. American Association of University Women; B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University ; Ohio Wesleyan School of Oratory; Sargent ' s Dramatic School, New York University of Chicago; A.M., Ohio State University Major Work for Ph.D. at Columbia University Instructor Buena Vista College, Oxford College author of " Costumes and Stage Properties of the Early Popular Drama " : Three One-Act Plays; present position since 1921. SELMA SOPHIA KOENIG, A.M., Instructor in Modern Languages. A.B. and A.M., University of Wisconsin; Graduate Work, University of Chicago; present position since 1921. M LEON A. SEARS. B.S.E.. Instructor in the Department of Mathematics. (Resigned February. 19 26). B.S.E.. University of Michigan. 1920: present posi- tion since 1921. AUDREY KENYON WILDER. A.M.. Instructor in English. A.B., Albion College, 1918; A.M.. Columbia Uni- versity, 1921; Instructor at Libertyvil le. Illinois; Graduate School. University of Chicago, Summer Session. 1923; Delta Gamma; present position since 1922. ANNIE GILMOUR DEAN, B.Pd.. Instructor in the De- partment of Home Economics. B.Pd., Michigan State Normal College: University of Chicago, Summer Session. 1923; Instructor at Ithaca. Michigan. 1918-21: Kappa Delta: present position since 1 922. M i| c 7Ae ALBIONIAN CYNTHIA VIOLETTE STARR, A.B., Instructor in Modern Languages. Phi Beta Kappa; A.B., University of Missouri, 1921; Instructor in Modern Languages at Univer- sity of Missouri and Linden wood College; present position since 1923. JAMES VERNOL CLARKE, B.S.. M.A.. Assistant Pro- fessor in English, Instructor in Journalism. B.S., Vanderbilt University; M.A., Cumberland University; Reporter, Nashville Banner, 1916-17; U. S. Army, 1917-19. Lieutenant Field Artillery; Publicity Director Charleston Naval District and Editor of " Afloat and Ashore, " 1919-20; Associate Publicity Director. Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., 1920-22; Assistant Editor. " Presbyterian Advance " ; Professor of Journalism and Publicity Director, Cum- berland University, 1922-24; Summers Work, George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville; Member American Association Teachers of Journal- ism; present position since 19 24. JAMES EDWARD JUDSON, B.S., M.S., Instructor in Biology. B.S., University of Illinois; M.S.. University of Wisconsin; Alpha Tau Alpha; High School In- structor, Raymond, Illinois; Research Assistant, Uni- versity of Wisconsin; Kappa Beta Lambda; present position since 1924. [263 7 ie ALBIONlAN JOYCE CLENNAM STEARNS, B.S., Instructor in Phy- sics. B.S.. King Fisher College, 1917; Officers Material School, Mare Island, California, 1918: Principal Clinton High School, Oklahoma. 1919-21: In- structor in Physics, King Fisher College, King Fisher. Oklahoma, 1921-22; Boy ' s Advisor. Denver High Schools. Denver. Colorado. 1922-24: En- gineering Schools. New London, Connecticut, Stevens Institute; present position since 1924. EATHEL MARTIN. A.M.. Assistant Librarian. A.B., Albion College. 1908; A.M.. Albion College, 1914; Assistant Librarian at Albion College. 1908- 09; Teacher of Greek and Latin. Flint High School. 1909-13. 1915-17; present position since 1920. LOTTA MAE ROGERS. A.B.. Assistant in Biology. A.B., Albion College. 1923: present position since 1923. [» ' ,] 9 te ALBlONlAN G. CALVIN RINGGENBERG, M.Mus., Director of the Conservatory, Professor of Pianoforte and Pipe Organ. M.Mus., Iowa State College, 1910; Graduate New England Conservatory, Boston, in Piano Teachers ' course under Alfred De Voto. 1914; Organist and Choir Master, Newton Center M. E. Church, 1914- 17; Post-Graduate New England Conservatory in Piano; Soloists ' Course under Alfred De Voto, 1915; Graduate New England Conservatory in Organ Course under Wallace Goodrich, 1916; Spe- cial Student Harvard University, 1915-16; Organist and Music Director o f First Congregational Church. Fall River, Mass.. 1918-20; Director of Fall River Choral, 1918: Director of Music Department, Jamestown College. Jamestown, North Dakota, 1921-24; Conductor of Jamestown Choral Society, 1924; Studies in Ecole Des Hautes Etudes Musicales de France under Isodore Phillip in Piano and Charles Marie Vidor in Organ, 19 24; Summer School, Iowa State College, 1923; Graduate of Chicago Musical College, Chicago, under Clarence Eddy in Organ and Carl Busch in Composition; present position since 1924.- CLARISSA DICKIE-STEWART, Instructor in Piano and Normal Piano Methods. Albion Conservatory; Detroit Conservatory. Personal Instruction under Dr. William Mason of New York, W. C. Seebaeck of Chicago, Rafael Joseffy of New York; Summers of 1920 and 1922 in the Music School of Northwestern University; Special Course in Normal Methods of Piano; Josef Lhevinne, Rus- sian Pianist; Teaching under Otto Sand and F. W. Chase in Albion College Conservatory; Private Teaching in Battle Creek, Michigan; Alpha Chi Omega; present position since 1920. ELLA MAY MINERT. Professor of Voice and Public School Music. Pupil of Jeames Stephen Martin, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Theodore Toedt, Percy Rector Stephens, New York; Dr. Rhys Herbert, Minneapolis; Mrs. Nettie E. Sny- der, Florence, Italy; Dr. Farnsworth, Columbia Uni- versity; New York Teachers ' College; Solo Positions in leading churches of Pittsburgh, New York, Minneapolis, and Atlanta, Georgia; toured the coun- try in recital and concert; soloist with New York Opera Company, on season; served one year in France with American Red Cross, in charge of recrea- tion in hospital huts; Artis member of National Federation of Music Clubs of America; head of Voice Department in University of Dubuque, Iowa, 1919-21; Instructor in University of Minnesota. 1923-24; present position since 1924. ! 8J AN CHARLOTTE JULIA RUEGGER. Professor of Violin. Firs: Prize with Distinction. Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles. Belgium; Medaille de la Reine Elizabeth de Belgique. Royal Conservatory. Brussels, Belgium: Assistant to Cesar Thomson. 1900-13: Head of Violin Department. Institut des Hautes Etudes. Brussels. 1908-13: Head of Violin Department. Oberlin Conservatory, Ohio, 19 13-14: Head of Violin Department. Meredith College. Raleigh. N. S.. 1915-19; Director of St. Johns Church Choir. Fayetteville. N. C, 19 19-23: Decorated by H. M. King Albert of Belgium. 1918: Head of Violin De- partment. Albion College; Director of Music. First M. E. Church. Jackson, Michigan: Composer of Church Cantatas, etc.; present position since 1923. KENNETH REYNOLD UMFLEET. Bac. Sen. Mus.. Head of School Music Department. Vincennes University. 1913; Special Student Hen- niger ' s Conservatory. St. Louis, Mo.. 1914; Artist Graduate Krocger School of Music. St. Louis, Mo., in Piano under Ernest R. Kroeger, 1915; Post Grad- uate Work at Institute of Mnsical Art. New York City, 1915; Director of Music. Kentucky Normal College. 1916; Supervisor of Music, Public Schools. Clifton. Arizona. 1916; National Summer School for Teachers, Chicago. 1918-19; Supervisor of Music. Public Schools. Bisbee. Arizona, 1919-20; Graduate Columbia Summer School of Music, 1920; Private Pupil Herbert Witherspoon, Chicago Musical College, 1920; Supervisor of Music. Public Schools. Wooster. Ohio. 1920-22: Oberlin College and Con- servatory. 1922-25; present position since 1925. F. DUDLEIGH VERNOR. Instructor in Organ. Teacher at Bay View Summer University: Teacher of organ, piano, theory, Albion College. 1917-18: Organist, First Methodist Church, Jackson; Studio Piano and Organ. Jackson; Composer of " The Fellowship Song of Sigma Chi. " " The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, " ; Sigma Chi; present position since 1923. [ipl 97lc ALBIONlAN MARGARET DRAKE, Instructor in Biology. A.B., Albion College, 1924; M.S., University of Michigan, 1925. DOROTHY G. Chemistry. ENGEL, A.B., A.M.; Instructor in A.M. Ph.D.: Professor of ROYAL GLENN HALL, History. A.B.. Park College; B.D., Auburn Theological Seminary; A.M., University of Kansas; Ph.D., University of Chicago. bo} c 7 ie ALBIONlAN CLARENCE BEVERLY HILBERRY, A.B., A.M. structor in English. A.B.. Oberlin College; A.M.. Oberlin College. LETA E. HAMILTON. Director of Physical Education for Women. Gradute of Department of Physical Education. Battle Creek College. PAUL JONES. Director of Physical Education for Men. Graduate. Chicago School of Physical Education. [Ji] 5 AlbioniAn GEORGE HAROLD HICKOX. B.E., Instructor in Mathe- matics. B.E., University of Iowa. M VAe ALBIONlAN ■=vP-n JUx(5- bj] %ie A LB ION I AN ANDERSON, LAURENCE A. Holton. Michigan Student Senate 4; Pleiad Staff 4: College Social Committee 4; College Publicity Committee 4; Zetalcthian; Literary. BARLOW, J. DUNTON Detroit, Michigan Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Track 1, 2. 4: Business Ad: Delta Tau Delta. BATH, WALTER T. Negaunee. Michigan Political Science Club; E. and A.; Lit- erary. BRADSHAW, PARK S. Royal Oak. Michigan Delta Sigma Rho; Debate 1. 2. 3. 4; Glee Club: Physics Club; Biology Club: Sigma Nu; Pre-Medic. BAUER, OTTO W. Pigeon, Michigan Publications Council: Y. M. C. A. Cabi- net; Interfraternity Council: Business Manager Albionian; Sigma Nu; Business. BERRIDGE, H. MERRILLA Albion. Michigan Y. W. C. A. 1, 3. 4: Classical Club 4; Math Club 4; Literary. BLUE, GRACE Columbiaville. Michigan Boosters ' Club: Secretary. Student Senate. 4: Outing Club 2. 9: Alpha Xi Delta. Literary. BUCKBOROUGH, MORRIS W. Lansing, Michigan Co-op Board ; Glee Club; Chemical Club; Biology Club; Sigm.i vlu; Prc-Mcdic. lul 9 ie ALBIONIAN ■■K , BUCKINGHAM, GEORGE Edmore. Michigan College C. of C. 2; Mich. State Summer Session 1925; Business. BURBANK. CLIFFORD D. St. Johns, Michigan Debate 1; Spanish Club: Baseball Man- ager: Pleiad Editor 3; Albionian Editor 4; Contributor ' s Club: President Mich. Col- lege Press Ass ' n: Delta Tau Delta: Jour- nalism. BURRELL, DOROTHY Bronson. Michigan Phi Gamma: Senior Basket Ball : V. A. A.: Biol. Club; Classical Club: His- trionic Club: Outing Club: St. Cecelia Club: Student Church Board; Student Women ' s League; Delta Gamma, Literary. BUTTON. DONALD E. Otsego, Michigan Track I. 3, 4: Political Science Club: Pre-Engincering. CAMERON, DONAVON R. Marlette, Michigan Assist. Bus. Mgr, Albionian: Assist. Bus. Mgr. Pleiad: Bus. Mgr. Pleiad: College Chamber of Commerce : Spanish Club; Student Senate: Delta Sigma Phi; Busi- CANSFIELD. HARTLEY J. Saginaw, Michigan 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: A Club: Delta; Business Ad. Delta Tau CARTER. LEAH J. Pontiac. Michigan Coop Board 2, 3, 4; Book Store 1. 2. 4; Publications Council: Chemical Club; Spanish Club; Histrionic Club: Home Ec. Club: Honor Roll 2. 3: Kappa Delta; Home Economics. CORTRIGHT, RUPERT L. Albion. Michigan Class President 4; Debate 1. 2. 3, 4: Bancroft Debate Prize; Delta Sigma Rho. College Orator 4: Pub, Council; Student Senate; Winner Horn Oratorical Contest 3; Constitution Oratorical Contest J; Mathematics. [35l 9 ie ALBIONlAN CASE, CLARENCE Detroit, Michigan Classical Club; Student Senate: Co-op Board: President Y. M. C. A. Theology. CHAPMAN. FRANCIS St. Louis, Michigan Student Volunteer; Oxford Club; Physics Club; E. and A.; Pre-Medic. CONRAD. LOIS Grand Rapids, Michigan Outing Club 1, 2; Histrionic Club 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic 4; Kappa Delta; Literary. CRANDELL, IDA Three Rivers, Michigan Biology Club: Student Volunteer: Y. W. C. A.: Philharmonic; Corinthian; Literary. CROWE, WILLIAM Royal Oak, Michigan Track 2, 3, Capt. 4; A-Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; Football 3. 4; Baseball 3; Sigma Nu; Pre-Medic. DEAN. HELEN E. Albion, Michigan Phi Gamma: Tennis 1; Philharmonic: St. Cecelia; Biology Club; Contributors ' Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. V. C. A. ; Delta Gamma ; Literary. DEWEY, ARTHUR Albion, Michigan Spanish Club; Math Club; Pol. Science Club; Philharmonic; Glee Club; Zetaleth- ian; Mathematics. DICE, HUME S. Albion, Michigan Spanish Club; Golf Team 3; Delta Tau Delta; Business |J6J VAe ALBIONlAN DODDS. ELEANOR Highland Park, Michigan French Club: Y. W. C. A.: Political Science Club; Education. DRIGGETT. CORA B. Flint, Michigan Y, W. C. A.: Thoburn Auxiliary; Glee Club: Philharmonic; Home Service Band; Classical Club; Religious Education. EASTMAN, LYLE J. Albion, Michigan A Club; Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Assistant Coach. 19 24: Baseball 1. 2, 4; Manager Basketball: Glee Club Manager 3; Delta Tau Delta; Literary. ERICKSON, GLADYS M. Racine. Wisconsin Michigan State Normal College; Columbia University; Political Science Club; Alpha Chi Omega; Literary. EVANS, ELIZABETH J. Litchfield, Michigan FISHER. ROSAMONDE Albion. Michigan Phi Gamma: Ffench Club; Spanish Club; Alpha Xi Delta: Literary. FITCH. MILDRED M. Flint, Michigan Senior Basketball: Math Club; Publica- tions Council: Student Church Board: Clionian; Mathematics. FRISINGER. MILO D. Albion. Michigan Spanish Club: Student Volunteers: Phil- harmonic; Zetaletbian; History. [J7l ™ 9 ie ALBIONlAN FRISINGER, DOROTHY Flint, Michigan Booster Club: Spanish Club; Home Ec. Club; Pan-Hellenic; Student Volunteers: Philharmonic ; Clionian ; Home Economics. GALBRAITH, NEIL Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Chi; Business Ad. GARFIELD, ROBERT H. Albion, Michigan Club; Spanish Club: Athletic Booster- Board: Football Manager Sigma Chi; Business. A Club: GERRED, MONA V. Lansing, Michigan Y. W. C. A. 1, 4: Thoburn Auxiliary: Outing Club: Philharmonic; Girls ' Glee Club; Publications Council; German Club; Math Club: Mathematics. GARVIN, CLARKE WYNNE Milling ton, Michigan Physical Research Club; Engineering. GILES, MYRNA 3,-ind; Rockford, Michigan Political Science Club; Spanish Club; Delta Gamma; Literary. HARMELINK, FLORENCE B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Outing Club: Basketball: Biology Club; St. Cecelia: Glee Club; Y. V. C. A. Cab- inet; Philharmonic: Kappa Delta; English. HANSEN, MARY History Rronson, Michigan E38J ' y ie ALBIONlAN HARTMAN. J. SCOTT Coloma. Michigan Base-ball 4: Delta Sigma Phi: Lingmecr- ing. HEATHCOCK. RUTH M. Ironwood. Michigan Outing Club: Basketball: French Club: Philharmonic; E. and A.; Teaching. HOLMES. RAY D. Midland. Michigan A-Club: Track 2. 3. 4: Capt. 3: Cross Country 2. 3. 4: Capt. 4: Physical Re- search Club: Chemical Club: Sigma Nu: Chemistry. HOLT, WILLIAM BODELL Marshall, Michigan Manager of Publications 4: Student Sen- ate: Publications Council: New Service Committee; Pleiad Staff; French Club; Journalism. HURST. DEE St. Louis. Michigan Band: Philharmonic: Chemistry Club; Physics Club: Student Senate: E. and A.; Pre-Engineenng. JANES. DOROTHY Grand Rapids. Michigan Home Economic Club; Y, W. C. A.: Publications Council; Delta ' Gamma; Home Economics. JONES. LORENA BELL Comoton. California Phi Gamma: Delta Sigma Rho: Contribu- tor ' s Club: Orator 2: Debate 3. 4: Phil- harmonic: Giee ( tub: Senioi Basketball: Student Volunteer: Y V I ft Publical ion Hisl Club: E. and A.: Literary. KM. MARK. H. C. Coloma, Michigan Basketball B I Van ty ' boll 3. 4: French Sigma Phi; Business. twl VAe. ALBIONlAN KLAHN, INEZ M. Alto, Michigan Spanish Club; Home Economics Club; Home Service Band; Y. W. C. A. Cabi- net; Outing Club; W. A. A.; Senior Basketball; Women ' s League; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics. I.ANGE. ARTHUR R. Lansing, Michigan U. of M. 1921; French Club; Chemistry Club; Student Senate; Delta Tau Delta; Literary. LARGE, PAUL L. Grand Haven, Michigan LONG, EDGAR C. Detroit, Michigan Football Reserves 4: Contributors ' Club; Spanish Club: German Club; Albionian Staff; Pleiad Staff; Chemistry Club; Ath- letic Board; Physical Research Club; Sig- ma Chi; Pre-Medic. LOZUAWAY, CLARENCE Jackson, Michigan Football 3, 4; ministration. A Club; Business Ad- McCRACKEN, HAROLD M. Farmington, Michigan Cross Country 1 ; Social Science Club; Political Science Club; Publications Coun- cil; Zetaletbian; Pre-Law. McKINNEY, ELMER B. De Witt. Michigan A-Club; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3: Literary. MARSH, IRENE Tecumseh, Michigan Student Senate; Spanish Club; French Club; Kappa Delta; Modern Language. l4o] 9 ie Albion i An y MARSH. LUCILLE A. Albion. Michigan Pan-Hellenic: Y. V. C. A.: Alpha Xi Delta; Literary. MAYWOOD. WILLIAM Albion, Michigan Tennis; Glee Club 4 ; Philharmonic: Literary. MERRITT, EDITH M. Manistee. Michigan Phi Gamma; Classical Club; Political Science Club; Home Service Band : Stu- dent Women ' s League ; Clionain ; Lit- erary. MERRITT. L. MARGUERITE Albion. Michigan Home Economics Club; French Club; Teaching. MILES, GEORGE A. Grand Rapids, Michigan Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 3. 4: A-Club: Spanish Club: Physics Club; Band; Zetalethian; Pre-Engineering. MUNRO. ELSIE Albion, Michigan Outing Club: French Club; Histrionic Club; Contributor ' s Club: Pan-Hellenic Council: Student Women ' s League: Kappa Delta: Literary. NEWELL. MARGARET Detroit, Michigan Literary. OVERHOLT. TREVA B. Levering. Michigan Student Volunteers: Clionian: English. M 9 ie ALBIONlAN PALMATIER, ESTHER A. Parma. Michigan Y. W. C. A. 3. 4; Student Senate 2. 3; Thoburn Auxiliary; Clionian; Literary. PALMER. GEORGE ALFRED Milford Haven, South Wales, Great Britain Histrionic Club; Oxford Club; Glee Club; Philosophy. PERKINS, HAROLD Flint, Michigan Track Manager; Alpha Tau Omega; Literary. PERKINS, OWEN Royal Oak, Michigan A-Club; Football 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Capt. 3; Sigma Nu; Business. PRESHAW, RALPH J. Highland Park. Michigan Purdue University; President Juniors; Basketball 2, 3. 4; Captain A Club: 3. 4: Football 1. Delta: Business. 2. 3, 4; Delt.a Tau PRICE, GEORGE East Tawas, Michigan Glee Club 3. 4: Math. Club; Pleiad Staff 4; Delta Sigma Phi: Mathematics. PULLEN, MARIAN Mt. Pleasant. Michigan Social Science Club; Political Science Club; Glee Club; Kappa Delta; History. RICHARD, ESTHER Grand Ledge, Michigan Phi Gamma: Math. Club: Philharmonic: Y. V. C. A.: Student Senate; Basket- ball; Alpha Chi Omega; Mathematics. t4 i OAe ALBIONlAN ROBINSON, MARGARET Albion, Michigan Spnnish Club; Alpha Chi Omega; English. SACKETT, MARY Sunfield, Michigan Phi Gamma: Pol. Sci. Club: Classical Club: Student Senate; Women ' s League; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Clionian; History. SANDERS, FRANK OLIVER Albion, Michigan Malh Club; Literary. SCOTT, EARL S. Hastings, Michigan Student Volunteers; Oxford Club; Span- ish Club; Theology. SEEKELL, MARY F. Albion. Michigan Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4; Outing Club 1,2: Spanish Club 2: Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics. SIBLEY. WILLIAM Ishpeming, Michigan Sigma Chi; literary. SHIELDS. WARREN Albion. Michigan Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4: Delia Tall Delta: Busin SMITH. LESTER WILLIAM Durand, Michigan Math Club; Chemistry Club; Student Senate; Publications Council; Chemistry. f , 4F U,] 9 ie-Al B10NlAN SPANNENBERG, ANNA REGINA Rockford, Michigan French Club; German Club; Home Ec. Club; Social Service Band; Alpha Xi Delta; Modern Languages. SPENSE, ELIZABETH W. Jackson, Michigan Spanish Club; French Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Delta Gamma; Literary. SPITZER, MURRAY Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega; Pre-Law. STARR, THOMAS F. IRWIN Royal Oak, Michigan Publications Council; Philharmonic; Pletad Staff; Glee Club Manager 4; College News Service Committee; Homecoming Committee; Zetalethian; Journalism. STRATTON, ARTHUR R. Otsego, Michigan TENCH, WOODENA Albion, Michigan Phi Gamma: Contributors ' Club; French Club; Boosters ' Club; Delta Sigma Rho; Debating: Honor Roll; Student Senate; Delta Gamma; Literary. THRALL, EDITH FLINT Albion, Michigan Life Saving Squad, U. of Tenn.; Glee Club, U. of Tenn.: Italian Club, North- western University; Contributor ' s Club; Delta Delta Delta; Literary. TORREY, PAULINE Albion Mich gan Social Science Club; French Club: Spanish Club: Alpha Chi Omega; Literary. I44J VAe ALBIONlAN TWEEDIE, HAROLD F. Croswell, Michigan Chemistry Club: Alpha Tau Omega; Chemistry. WHITE, RUTH Albion. Michigan French Club: Histrionic Club: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Publications Council: E. and A.: English. WHITNEY, ALLEN North Branch, Michigan Physical Research Club; Orchestra; Delia Sigma Phi; Literary. WILLIAMS. CARL BATES Mesick, Michigan Student Senate: Bible. WOCHHOLZ, DORIS Cleveland. Ohio Philharmonic; Pleiad Staff; Journalism. WOLFENDEN, MARION ELEANOR Jackson, Michigan String Quartette 1, 2. 3; Orchestra I. 2. 3. 4; Philharmonic 1, 2. 3; Junior Re- cital ; Business Club 2 : Honor Roll 3 ; Delta Gamma; Music. YINGER. ERWIN Detroit. Michigan Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Glee Club; Pleiad Staff: Publications Council: Philharmonic; Zetalethian; Business. Ui 9 te-ALBIONlAN Phi Gamma Phi Gamma cf Albion College is a local honorary scholarship fraternity. It was founded for the purpose of promoting a high grade of scholarship on the campus. Election to membership in this fraternity is made from the senior stu- dents, who have an average of 90 per cent, or better. The jury on the election is made up of the members of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi, on the faculty. These also form a nucleus for the society from year to year. The members elected this year are: Esther Richard Grand Ledge Dorothy Burrell Bronson Rupert Cortright Albion Helen Dean " . Albion Rotamonde Fisher Albion Lorena Jones Mt. Clemens Edith Merritt Manistee George Price East Tawas Mary Sackett Sunfield Woodena Tench Albion H4 1 ' y ie. A LB I ON I AN F%fcnfc t47l ie Albion i An I e NORMAN ANDERSON Six Lakes, Mich. ELAINE ABBOTT Albion, Mich. FRANCIS BAAD Colon, Mich ARTHUR BABCOCK Galien, Mich. RUSSELL BABCOCK Galien, Mich. LOTTIE BACHELOR Albion, Mich. BYRON BALLARD Onondaga, Mich. CHARLES BARCLAY Scottville, Mich. CLARENCE BARCLAY Grand Rapids, Mich. KENNETH BARTLETT Plymouth, Mich.  I 7 ie ALBIONlAN THEODORE BERGMAN . . . . Detroit. Mich. FLOYD BOYS . . . Kalamazoo, Mich. ROBERT BRADBURN Caro. Mich. ROBERT BRADBURY Mexico City, Mexico EMMETT BROCKLEBANK Jackson, Mich. GEORGE S. BROWN Albion, Mich. THEO MAY BROXHOLM Albion, Mich. GERTRUDE BUCK . : Ferndale, Mich. HELEN BUNKER Mason, Mich. OREL ZENO BURDICK Hart, Mich. [493 c T ie. ALBIONlAN KENNETH BURGESS Dearborn. Mich. DORIS CAMPBELL Royal Oak, Mich. ROBERT CAMPBELL Marlette, Mich. HOLLAND CAPPER Hudson, Mich. RALPH CESSNA Albion, Mich. RUSSELL COURTRIGHT Albion, Mich. CLINCH CROCKER Detroit. Mich. DOROTHY CURTISS Benton Harbor, Mich. LEONA DARLING Flint, Mich. JEAN DOUGLAS Brown City. Mich. hoi VAe. ALBIONlAN GERALD DYKSTRA Albion, Mich. HELEN ESTEE Shephard, Mich. RUSSELL FINK Ovid, Mich. ROBERT FLEMING Eaton Rapids. Mich. E. C. FOWLER Saulte Ste. Marie. Mich. GEO. GREENWOOD Rochester. Mich. HULDAH GREIDER Alden. Mich. JAMES GRIFFITHS Grand Rapids. Mich. ESTHER WOOTON Lansing. Mich. HARRY WORTH Negaunee, Mich. b ' l 9 ie ALBION I AN ROLAND HAINES Ellwood City, Pa. DALLAS HARGER Farmington, Mich. • JOSEPHINE HAWES Jackson, Mich. MARGARET HAYDEN Lansing, Mich. GORDON HERRICK Albion, Mich. MABEL HORNING Brooklyn, Mich. HOYT HOWELL Albion. Mich. RAYMOND HULL St. Johns, Mich. C. A. JACOKES Fremont, Mich. HOWARD KENEGA Royal Oak, Mich. M 9Sie ALBIONlAN FREDERIC LEECH Detroit. Mich. DONAVAN LEWIS Detroit. Mich GRACE LOUNSBERRY Dundee. Mich. REVA LUDBROOK Grand Ledge. Mich. FRANCIS MACK Detroit. Mich. BENIDA MADILL Albion. Mich. MARIAN MARFILEUS Holly. Mich. JOSEPHINE MARSH Albion, Mich. PHIL THEO MAY Ironwood. Mich. ALVIN NELLER Lansing. Mich. [»] 9 ie ALBIONlAN ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ HAROLD NORMAN Reed City, Mich. D. NORMANDEAU Westwood, Mich. BRUCE OSGOOD Toledo, Ohio RUSSELL PARKS Battle Creek, Mich. MARY ALICE PARSONS Muskegon Heights. Mich. DOROTHY PARRENT Clarkston, Mich. FRANCES PEATLING , Boyne City, Mich. GIANETTA PRAY Highland Park, Mich. HOLLIS QUINLAN Jackson, Mich. NORMAN REED Albion. Mich. iMl VAe. ALBION I AN fr ALLEN RENSHAW Bronson. Mich. PAUL RISLEY Chelsea, Mich. LUCILE ROBINSON Flint, Mich. ANNA RODGERS Albion. Mich. CHARLES ROGERS Albion, Mich. ANNA ROOT Albion, Mich. CARL SCHILTZ Grand Ledge, Mich. DOROTHY SCHILSKEY Royal Oak, Mich. HAROLD SCHUMAKER Albion, Mich. CHESTER SCOTT Quimby, Mich. M OKe ALBIONlAN y A HOWARD SMITH Albion, Mich. PAULINE SMITH Alpena, Mich. RUTH SMITH Fowlerville, Mich. LLOYD SNELLING Fowler, Mich. FORREST SNYDER Albion, Mich. CHARLES TEN HOUTEN Newago, Mich. NELLIE WEIDENHAMMER North Star, Mich. LOIS WHITNEY North Branch, Mich. HARRY WILLIAMS ' . Albion, Mich. VICTOR WILLIAMS Albion, Mich. 1561 Ac-Albion i An Class of 1927 WALTER L. BAIRD JAMES LIGHTBODY WILLIAM LOVEJOY WALLACE McWILLIAMS ZURA MAJOR MARION MARFILEUS RAYMOND MINOR RUTH MONAWECK. MARY MOULTON S. J. MOYNES HELEN PURCELL " GOODRICH REED HARRIETT READ HAZEL ROSS JOHN SCOTT THORN SMITH MAURICE STRONG PAUL THOMPSON NELLIS WARD £57] 7 ie ALBIONIAN  3 " fle-ALBIONiAN ft rulle r Gc irlel G li [6oJ ie-ALBIONlAN iM-lSt ' P: . 3tm i,i II " Jji Hamilton H tj ji1- H mman H rriman W 4ireS f HcAth : ' ■■• Hea.+hc , .K Heels I l " l j Ho f Hoi mes How I tit To hr K ' mqmo.n Kintner KleiSt Kropscctt Kvhln L tnpn mmm Uwtither LeivHjA. ieivls, . Lew s, F. Lefts Linds y [6.] Ae-ALBIONlAN Ylh len White. ' Yiilzax Wills Wilson WMs  i c 7Ae. ALBIONlAN Ylinde qe.1 Class of ' 28 MEMBERS Larman Abbott Gladys Bauer Ruth Beckley Ethel Behling Florence Blakeslee Freeman Brown Ruth Dean Kenneth DeOme Bernice DeYoe Verne Doughty Ruth Edmonds George Edwards Reginald Eldred Theodore Hartz Cecile Hathaway Horace Hill Elisabeth Huston Edward Kilian Isabel King Bernice Kleinhans William Krebs Frances Lewis Lewis Leeson Margaret Little Ralph McRae Amy Mann Doro thy Marker Mildred Monroe Mary Morrison Floyd Mortenson Norine Nagle Harold Neef Charles Nelson Clifford Noonon Alfred Noyes Robert Oderkirk Roy Oliver Margaret Osmun George Paine Grace Renwick Clarence Scharer Ruth Smalley Thome Smith Wm. Snelling Ruth Stakes Otto Tegtmeyer Syver Thingstad Carol Thompson Louise Traut Lawrence Vancamp Edmund Ward Lois Wheaton Daisy Williams Martha Witters Ellis Wylie [ ' } ' : •S ie-ALBIONlAN : 9 ie ALBIONlAN Ae ALBIONlAN fc KVnt n c r Knack Koethet " ,B. K 7] c 7Ae. ALBIONlAN s S P -r cn$ ,R- P rtridtje. PhitJi fre hA-vit 168] 7Ae A LB ION I AN fe Ya( « [ ' ■■ ] 57 te ALBIONlAN E  €%e-ALBIONlAN V nui s- [713 Z ' y ie Albion i An 0-, Q O M ie ALBIOIMIAN " 2UBE ' PMBetchtel COACH " 2ED " H. Howell CAPTAIN TACKLE CLARK DEAN ASS " T. COACH " BOB " R. Garfield manaqb£ Press-Box Dope Capturing second place for the third successive season. Albion closed its 1925 year of collegiate football with three association victories, one tie game, and one defeat. In contests outside of the M. I. A. A.. Coach R. W. Bctchtel ' s proteges lost three and tied in a fourth. Michigan State Normal blocked the Purple and Gold hopes of a state championship when it defeated Albion 6-0, in a game played at Ypsilanti. Sixteen former letter winners were on hand at the start of the season ' s prac- tice in September. With these veterans and thirty-five other gridders, Coach Betch- tel and Assistant Coach Dean began their work of conditioning the men and teaching fundamentals. f7 l xe-ALBIONlAN " " " t m tm 1 Dutch " L J. Eastman CgNTEft " ruegy " 2. P £5WAW £ V£ " 8 LL " IV. C£OW£L HALF With four regulars on the injury list for the first game, September 26, Albion felt the hand of defeat at Oberlin college, losing to the Congregationalists, 7-0. Albion outplayed the Buckeye eleven during the first two quarters, but Oberlin spurted long enough in the third period to shove across a touchdown and then in the final quarter stopped any advances which the Methodist gridders threatened to make. On the following Saturday, the Methodists suffered their worst defeat of the season, losing to Notre Dame Reserves, 40-20, in the opening contest of the home season. The Irish presented the smoothest backfield work and the prettiest passsing combination seen on Alumni Field for some time. Albion outplayed the visitors for a time in the first half and threatened to score often, only to lose ground in failing to break up the highly effective Notre Dame aerial attack. ' VIC V. WfLUAMS HALF ••FAT " H. WtLUAMS FULL " BEN " 8- BOLOT GUAQO l74l Qtte-A L B I O N I A N ' HOWIE H. iCeNAGA QUACTgg " POLLY " O. PeRKtNS HALF n B06 " R. Campbell half In its first M. I. A. A. tilt of the season, Albion did what it failed to do in 1924, that of defeating Hillsdale. The Baptists took the bad end of a 21-6 score, playing in ideal football weather before a large crowd. Coach Betchtel ' s men gained the height of their early season power in this game. Albion ' s pennant aspirations received a severe setback in the next out-of- town game, Ypsilanti producing a 6-0 victory over the locals. The one touch- down came late in the first quarter on a short pass, after a series of end runs and off-tackle plays were executed by the Teachers for gains. Albion was forced on the defensive for the most part of this game, the veteran line finding an im- penetrable wall before them. DUT " J. D Qaclow GUA20 " EDDIE " £. Caslson QUAC TEg " LOZ " C.LOZUAWAY TACKLE  v ie. Albion i an — " — — — —■ — — — — — . . I • ,». " SWeD£ " F Sauce £N0 C MAMMAN FULL D. HARCrER END Four Methodist fumbles in ten minutes of the final quarter of its game with Kalamazoo at Kalamazoo, allowed the Orange and Black team to hold Albion to a scoreless tie. The field was a complete hundred yards of water and mud, balk- ing play on both teams. Albion held the Kazoo team on even terms for the first two periods and completely outclassed its opponent in the final half. Aided by an off-date, Albion, after two weeks without opposition, made its Homecoming day game successful by defeating Alma, 12-0. In this game the Betchtels showed their only weakness in the third quarter, when after scoring a touchdown in the first half, they allowed Alma to spurt and threaten the Albion goal on two occasions. " LE5 " U. Hoffman £ND " VIC " V. Peck GUARD " SI " S.THING5TAD TACKLE I76I 07ie ALBION I AN E The most decisive Albion victory of the season was scored November 14, when Olivet fell before the locals. 3 6-0. Through this win. Albion clinched its claim to second place in the season ' s standings. Central State Normal of Mt. Pleasant gave the Purple and Gold one of its best games when it held the locals to a scoreless tie in the Homecoming day tilt of the up-state institution. The teams played on even terms throughout the first half but Albion had much the better of the argument in the final two periods. The best played and most exciting game of the year came to be the closing one. Western State Normal triumphing over Albion. 3-2. Thanksgiving day on Alumni Field. Although outscored. the Methodists covered themselves with glory, outplaying the Staters and providing the more offensive game of the two. Albion ' s score came in the third quarter when Kazoo was forced behind its own goal posts for a safety. Early in the final period, a 35-yard place kick gave the Normalites the game by one point. Three Albion players made the official all-M. I. A. A. eleven as picked by the six association coaches. They were; Victor Williams. Half; Ralph Preshaw, End; and Clarence Boldt. Guard. Captain Howell. Tackle, and Lyle Eastman, Center, were given honorable mention. Fifteen " A " monograms were awarded at the end of the season by the Athletic Board. This number includes Robert Garfield, the first student manager under the new system. The players to receive the awards were: Captain Howell, Captain-elect Victor Williams, Harry Williams. Carlson, Hoffman, Barlow. Boldt, Preshaw, Eastman, Campbell, Kcnega, Peck, Sauer. and Thingstad. 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Ltir ■-■ ' . y ' 4isJ; ' ; ' ' : " v 1 ■ " NP E k ■ - ■:■ ifr 178] Z 9 ie-ALBIONlAN Court Chatter Putting to good use the new Stanley S. Kresge Gymnasium, the 1925-26 basketball team completed what local officials regard as one of the best campaigns a Methodist quintet has ever enjoyed. The cagers won 13 games out of 20. captured a third place tie in the M. I. A. A. race, and played before more than 8,000 spectators in eight home games. Coach R. W. Betchtel piloted the club off to a good start during the Christmas period, when five out of six games were won. Return- ing home the Methodists topped off Olivet in the first game to be played in the Kresge gym. 30-21. Following this, a string of four games were won before Kalamazoo turned the trick in its favor. After the season was fully under way, the Eetchtelmen did not do so well in out-of-town games, dropping four out of six scheduled on foreign courts. Capt. Ralph Preshaw To gain third position in the association, Albion won five games and lost an equal number. In games out- side the M. I. A. A. Albion won eight and lost two. The Purple and Gold cagers averaged 30 points per game, while their opponents totaled an average of 26. During the season, Albion tallied 609 points against 535 for opposing teams. Against M. I. A. A. quintets the Methodists out- scored its opponents 312-309. Eight players received monograms: Captain Preshaw. Captain- elect Kenega, Cansfield. Carlson. Hamman, Bromley, and Babcock. Lyle Eastman, as student manager of the team, was also awarded a letter. 1925-26 Final Standings School W. L. Pet. Kalamazoo 9 1 .900 Ypsilanti 8 2 .800 Albion 5 " ■■ Alma Hillsdale Olivet 500 500 300 10 .000  •y ne-ALBIONlAN .?- ' -i ►j CQ R o c .n o Pi c a a b X w j »-l w ( ) i i PQ - ON j3 o U p. u c 13 [8oJ : 954e-Al BIONlAN Capt. L. J. Eastman Coach " Deac " McGuire Baseball Prospects Piloted by " Deacon " Jim McGuire, a veteran major leaguer who has seen 41 years connection with the big tent, varsity forces in baseball assembled this spring for a heavy schedule of 14 games. Twelve veterans reported along with some unusually good freshman material. Severely handicapped by tardy spring weather, the diamondeers entered their first game, that against Michigan State College, with only three days of outdoor practice disposed of. The team has prospects of fulfilling its expectations as a leader in the association this year and to date has made a good account of itself, although dropping the first two games played. Turning back the pages of athletic history to a season ago — the 19 25 nine did not fare nearly as well as the present machine promises to do. Out of a 1 5 game schedule, the Betcbtelmen won only five, finishing fourth in the M. I. A. A. race with three association victories and seven losses. Naglcr, Lake Odessa: Per- kins, Royal Oak: and Lightbody. Detroit, were the three main-stays on the firing line. The 1925 championship season ended in a tic. Alma having won the most games during the season but Ypsilanti having taken the annual field day pennant, played off at Hillsdale. The next four teams finished in the following order: Hillsdae. Albion. Kalamazoo and Olivet. [X,j 7 ie ALBIONlAN u Pi h t8i] 7 ie ALBIONlAN Capt. Win. Crowe Track Prevented, by the lack of numbers, from sending a well rounded team into collegiate competition, Albion ' s 1925 track squad failed to win either of its dual meets with Kalamazoo and Ypsilanti, placed sixth in the state events at East Lansing, and last in the M. I. A. A. field day at Hillsdale. Letters were awarded, at the end of the season, to Captain Holmes, Captain-elect Crowe, Browne, Roberts, and Keyes. Other members of the squad were Button, Blanding. Marin. Conrad, Kingman, Spaulding. and Cretcher. Grandville, Robinson, Berea, Ohio, tutored the thin clads. Twelve men were on the squad throughout the season, representing Albion in the following events: Button, hurdles and 100 yard dash; Blanding. mile run; Marin, hurdles and high jump; Crowe, javelin throw: Conrad, dash events and broad jump; Kingman, two mile run; Roberts, mile run; Spaulding, half mile and 440 yard runs; Browne, pole vault; Keyes, half mile and 440 ya rd runs; Holmes, two mile run; Cretcher, discus and shot put. Cross-Country Team Running over a difficult four mile course through mud and rain, Albion cross-country runners finished fourth in the 1925 annual M. I. A. A. classic staged at Hillsdale in November. Thirty athletes took part, Ypsilanti capturing the meet with Kalamazoo, Hillsdale, Albion, and Alma next in line. Olivet did not send any entries. Capt. Holmes. Midland, was the first of the Albion men to finish, taking ninth place. McCall, Ithaca, was number 1 7 in the running. Thibodeaux, Stand- wood, 18. Blanding, Greenville. 20. and G. Jones, Miller;burg, 21. Lawthcr. Plymouth, rated as Albion ' s second best cross-country runner, was unable to enter being taken sick the week previous to the run. [8j1 7Ae ALBION lAN Over The Net Capture of the 1925 M. I. A. A. singles title by Adelbert Hahn and second place in the doubles tourney by Hahn and E. Baird, closed one of the best seasons Albion has experienced for some time in tennis. At the end of the ' 25 campaign, six monograms were awarded, these going to Hahn, Clapp, E. Baird, H. Cam- burn, Scofield, and Miss Henrietta Guimaras. % Five various bits of competition were entered into by the men ' s group, while the girls ' participated five times in collegiate play. Their respective records follow: Men — defeated W. S. N. 6-0; lost one doubles match and one singles match to Hillsdale, and won one singles match (Hahn); in a return match with Hillsdale, won 6-0; scored five points at W. S. N. invitational meet and took third place; de- feated Olivet; won first place in men ' s tennis of M. I. A. A. and tied with Kalamazoo for all-around competition. Women — lost to W. S. N. ; divided a home and home series with Hillsdale women; lost to Olivet; failed to place in M. I. A. A. field day events. 1843 ! } 7 te, ALBIONlAN fc Junior Womens Basket Ball Team il $ a ----- -I V Freshman Womens Basket Ball Tea mens Basket BallTeam J  9 xe ALBION I AN The " A " Club Undoubtedly one of the most coveted honors in the opinion of the men of the college is a membership in the " A " Club. The " A " Club, founded a decade ago, is composed of men who have won a letter representing the college in any branch of athletics. The purpose of the club is to unite the letter men of the college into a working unit to bring about a greater interest in athletics, and to promote good, clean athletics along with high scholarship. MEMBERS Ernest Kellerman Adelbert Hahn Russell Babcock Hartley Cansfield Dallas Harger Ralph Keyes Paul Camburn Syver Thingstad Robert Bradbury Robert Campbell Leslie Hoffman Carl Hamman Clinch Crocker James Lightbody Victor Peck Harold Perkins Hoyt Howell Robert Garfield J. Dunton Barlow William Crowe Lyle Eastman Clarence Lozuaway Owen Perkins Ray Holmes Howard Kenega Edward Carlson Harry Williams Victor Williams Paul Winder Frederick Sauer  S} 9 ie ALBlONlAN ft Ur.V.«  %e A LB IONIAN Top Row — Kellerman, Smith, Anderson, Holt. Stratton, Burbank Bottom Row — Janes, Cortright, Bartlett, Sackett, Blue, Parks, Darling Student Senate The Student Senate is the Executive Committee of the Albion College Student Self-Government Association, of which all students are members. The object of the Association is to place the student body as nearly as possible upon a self- government basis and to foster a spirit of mutual helpfulness between faculty and students, and to encourage and stimulate a true college spirit. Esther Richard James Lightbody Mary Sackett Harriett Read Woodena Tench Donovan Cameron Raymond Conrad Dee Hurst Irene Marsh MEMBERS Sherwood Brown Kenneth Bartlett Laurence Anderson Carl Williams Paul Spaulding Rupert Cortright Ruth Dewey Holland Capper Arthur Stratton Donovan Lewis Lester Smith William Holt Mary Hansen Leona Darling Ernest Kellerman Professor H. L. Ewbank Grace Blue 1881 ie-A LB IONIAN Top Row — Lightbody, Bartlctt. Babcock. Bradbury, Peck Bottom Row — Tbingstad, Buckborough, Conrad, Carter, Prof. Randall. Case Directors of the Co-Operative Book Store " The Co-op, " the campus terminology for the Albion College Co-operative Association, was established in 1893. Its purpose has always been, and is now. to handle books, pennants, college jewelry, memory books, writing materials and general student supplies on nearly a cost basis. This policy results in a saving to Albion College students of nearly three thousand dollars each year. On the side of the Association itself, a business of approximately twenty thousand dollars is done annually. The control of the " Co-op " is with a Board of Directors composed of six members of the student body and three members of the faculty. The Board elects the controlling officers of the " Co-op " Book Store. [89J c 9 te ALBION IAN Top Row — Holt, Seelye, Yinger Middle Row — Burbank, Norman, Gerred. Kropscott. White, Brocklebank, Renshaw Bottom Row — Fitch, Hawes, Bartlett, Cortright, Cooper, Broxholm Publications Council Elected by the student body, the Publications Council assumes control of campus publications and names the staffs of the " Pleiad " and the " Albionian " . Membership in the council includes one representative for each organization, ten from the independent group, and three from the faculty. I9°J ; 7Ae ALBIONlAN J )A Xfi to.] y te-ALBIONlAN fe Isabel King Rupert Cortright Oratory Representing the college at the annual meeting of the Michigan Oratorical League at Ypsilanti, March 5, Albion ' s woman orator, Miss Isabel King, ' 28, won fourth place with her oration, " Culture Paramount. " Rupert Cortright, ' 26, in the men ' s division of the meet, won second place with his oration, " Behind Locked Doors. " Mr. Cort- right also delivered his oration before the Civic Oratorical League and tied with the Wooster College orator for third place. M Ae-ALBIONlAN fc Top Row — Baad, Wilson, Keyes, Stiles, Bartlett Bottom Row — Fowler. Kantner, C. Rogers, Cortright. Bradshaw, Dykstra Men ' s Varsity Debate Squad Albion College varsity debaters engaged in seven intercollegiate debates and used two questions. The first debate of the season was with Hope College on the question of Russian recognition. Albion won this event by a 2-1 decision. Central Normal at Mt. Pleasant was the next to fall before Albion ' s verb hurlers by a similar decision. After dropping their first contest of the season to Western State Normal team, the iVcthodist team engaged in a two-debate series with the College of the City of Detroit. The first was a no-judge debate and the second was won by Albion. 2-1. The last debate of the season was with Washington State College on the Child Labor question, in which Ewbank ' s men were given the long end of a 2-1 verdict. Eleven speakers were used during the schedule of seven debates. [°J] r Ae. ALBION I AN Top Row — Tench, Renwick. Lewis, R. Parsons. Kropscott. Jones, Bachelor Bottom Row — Elliott, Combellack. Edwards, Traut, Williams, Sleight Women ' s Varsity Debate Squad Using two questions — Child Labor and Capital Punishment — Albion ' s varsity women debaters met teams from Butler College, Indianapolis; Wittenberg College, Springfield. Ohio; Dennison College. Granville, Ohio; Michigan State College, and Western State Normal during the 1926 season. Nine different speakers were used. This year ' s squad, with the exception of one member, was composed entirely of members of the two lower classes. In view of this fact, prospects for success- ful season in 1927 for the women debaters is considered unusually promising. I94l Z 7 te ALBION IAN Top Row — Tyler. Chenoweth. Dammon, Kintner, Hoag. Marvin Bottom Row — Lawton, Lyons, Cortright, Yinger. Wallis, Rockwell Freshman Debate Squad Meeting, for the first time in her freshman debate history, teams outside of the state. Albion ' s yearling team split honors in a triangular event by winning a unanimous decision from Wittenberg College. Springfield. Ohio, and losing, 2-1. at Ohio Wesleyan, Delaware. Ohio. The question of the abolishment of the jury system was used in the freshman encounters. The first-year men were given part of their training under Rupert Cortright of the Varsity team, who assisted Debate Coach H. L. Ewbank. [9 1 9y e ALBIONlAN Gerald Dykstra Kenneth Bartlctt Rupert Cortright Albion ' s First International Debate Meeting Cambridge University of England on the prohibition question. Albion College not only won her first venture in international forensics, but was one of two Michigan schools out of half a dozen to defeat the visiting Englishmen this fall. The First Methodist Episcopal Church was jammed November 5 by the largest crowd that ever heard a debate in Albion, and the quality of the work done by Prof. H. L. Ewbank ' s Purple and Gold men is shown by the fact that an audience vote on the merits of the debating gave Albion 494 votes. Cambridge 140. Kenneth Bartlett of Plymouth. Rupert Cortright of Albion, both Albion veterans, and Gerald Dykstra of Albion, former U. of M. debater, formed the Albion team. M OAe ALBIONlAN Albion College Glee Club PERSONNEL G. Calvin Ringgenberg, M. Mus., A. A. G. O. Director Thomas I. Starr. ' 26 - Manager Donald F. White, ' 27 - Accompanist Arthur G. Carr, ' 29 - .. Accompanist Louis Gregory. ' 29 ----- Violinist William S. Maywood, ' 26 - ' Cellist FIRST TENORS Holland Capper, ' 27 Raymond B. Minor. ' 27 Allen R. Elliott, ' 28 Kenneth C. Kruse. ' 29 Leslie G. Lee, ' 29 FIRST BASSES Arthur B. Dewey, ' 26 George W. Price, ' 26 Erwin F. Yinger, ' 26 Kenneth W. Burgess, ' 27 Clement B. Yinger, ' 28 SECOND TENORS Phil T, May, ' 27 Forrest R. Snyder, ' 2 7 Harlan R. McCall, ' 28 George E. Hill, ' 29 Dempster Yinger, ' 29 SECOND BASSES M. W. Buckborough, ' 26 Alvin A. Neller, ' 27 Syver C. Thingstad, ' 28 Wesley Bradburn, ' 29 Earl J, Swailes, ' 29 ALBION COLLEGE MALE QUARTETS First Tenor Allen R. Elliott Holland Capper Second Tenor ------- Phil T. May Leslie G. Lee Baritone George W. Price Wesley Bradburn Bass Syver C. Thingstad Alvin A. Neller fcSJ 9 ie ALBIONlAN Albion College Co-Ed Glee Club PERSONNEL Mrs. Ella May Minert -------------- Director L. Ruth Dewey, ' 27 Manager Frances M. Thornton, ' 27 - Asst. Manager Pattie Foote Herring -------------- Violinist Ethel M. Partridge, ' 29 -- Reader Helen Letts, ' 27 --- - Accompanist Kathleen White, ' 29 Accompanist FIRST SOPRANOS Mildred E. Freeman. ' 27 H. Helene Faulkerson, ' 28 Etta Eikenhout. ' 29 Bernice Kleinhans. ' 29 Jean M. Medlyn. ' 29 Evelyn Thrall. ' 28 Frances L. Peatling. ' 29 Eula Dodds. ' 29 SECOND SOPRANOS Lois D. Willis. ' 28 Kathleen M. White. ' 29 D. Ruby Carpenter. ' 28 Ethel M. Partridge. ' 29 M. Elmina Cain. ' 29 S. Ruth Burchs, ' 29 M. Elizabeth Burnett. ' 28 Margaret R. Sleight. ' 29 ALTOS Frances M. Thornton. ' 2f Dorothy Neller. ' 29 Dorothy M. Burrell. ' 26 Catherine S. Morrison. ' 2! Marceline E. Robbins, ' 2c Janie I. Shoults. ' 29 Helen Letts. ' 27 L. Ruth Dewey. ' 27  7 4e ALBlONlAN | MIXED QUARTETTE ENSEMBLE CLASS [ioi] rr ie AlbioniAn 1 i ■ " ■ i - fill ikM4 1i , ' " v v,™ i n j l ■■• ■■W ' -- " ' 9 K flRjPfe ' ' i Jj gaRgr " B3 k $ I ' l ■RbJr » ' j ! gf J .j i ■ ' ■■ . ' - ' ' ' ' ■ ' £££ 1 Eg ' Ij 1 - ' ■iBi PLAY PRODUCTION CLASS AT WORK Play Production Under the leadership of Miss Florence Swisher. Albion is doing outstanding work in the field of amateur dramatics. This work is all carried on in regular courses so that a thorough study of the principles of play construction, staging, and acting is secured as a background for the individual performances. The courses in play production have three-fold aim: (1) To give the student an acquaintance with, and standards for. judging the best in dramatic literature, thereby discouraging the cheap and sensational. (2) To set up artistic standards in stage designing, lighting, costuming and acting that will enable the student to recognize and appreciate the best works of art. (3) To afford as much practice as possible in presenting plays for the public. Every student in the course appears at least once in a public performance, the aim of the department being to give the training to as many different people as possible. Through Miss Swisher ' s knowledge of the New York stage, Albion audiences have seen the best of the modern plays as soon as they were available for amateur production. Among recent productions are: " Icebound. " " Thank You, " " The Goose Hangs High, " " The Famous Mrs. Fair. " " The Show-Off, " and " Minnick. " Plays by Shaw and Ibsen have also been presented. 1 1 02] Q7ie ALBIONlAN fc MISS FLORENCE SWISHER The work in play production is under the direction of Florence Swisher, A. M., instructor in public speaking and director of dramatics. A thorough stu- dent of the dramatic art. Miss Swisher combines an appreciation of the best in art and literature with an unusual ability to direct others. Last spring, under her direction, an Albion cast appeared in New York in the contest for the Belasco cup and were given the highest rank awarded to any college group. Miss Swisher also trains Albion ' s representatives in the women ' s oratorical contest. THE CAST THAT PLAYED ON BROADWAY J I103] ie. Albion i An W ■Wr J W$ j— 1 Ilt ' i irtf.3 . BcAAfc m K M5 Ht " " m i £ fesi THE CAST THAT STAGED " MINICK " Two Old Men MINICK Leslie Williams His Son Raymond Conrad Nettie Minick Zura Major ( Mildred Monroe Lil Corey J Daisy Williams ( Frances Peatling The Maid Elizabeth Burnett Al Diamond J WaIter Strait I Gerald Stewart J Reginald Edwards (Allen Elliott Jim Corey Bates Wills Clinch Crocker Marge Diamond . ,) Martha Witters Dorothy Diebolt Marian Howlett Huldah Grieder Louisa Rogers Gianetta Pray Letha Perkins Theo Broxholm Ruth White Ethel Partridge Myrtle Fuller Colored Maid. Members of the Women ' s Club I104J «7 ie-ALBIONlAN [105I ALBIONlAN I The 1926 Albionian Staff Elected Staff Clifford D. Burbank Editor in-Chief Otto Bauer Business Manager Russell Parks Associate Editor Francis Baad Associate Editor Clyde Lampman Assistant Business Manager Paul T. Risley Assistant Business Man;: Editorial Staff Lester Mange Art Director Isabelle King Features Clarence Case Religious Activities Robert Hartwick Assistant Art Director Goodrich Reed Music and Drama Edward Kilian Sport Editor Gordon Herrick Auditor Urn) ? ie ALBIONlAN fe GROOMING THE " GROWLER " Pleiad Staff Allen J. Renshaw Editor-in-Chief Edward Kilian . . . ' . Associate Editor George Paine Associate Editor Wendell Edwards Business Manager Darrel Johnson Assistant Business Manager Lawrence Childs Assistant Business Manager Lawrence Anderson Columnist " CUBS " Harold W. Schumacher Lawrence Anderson Kenneth G. Bartlett Erwin Yinger Harold M. McCracken Gianetta Pray Joshua Gallimore News Editor Assistant News Editor Dramatics Features Conservatory Alumni Science  ! Me-ALBlQNlAN fc 13J- IV%J£= I109I S | ? ie ALBlONlAN fc Spanish Club With two-fold purpose, to aid its members in the use of the Spanish language and to acquaint them with the life and customs of these people, the Spanish Club was organized in 1921. The Club meets once in a month, and its membership is limited to twenty- five members of the department with the highest scholastic standing. OFFICERS Charles Rogers ----------- President Josephine Hawes --------- Vice-President Beatrice Foote Secretary Emmet Brocklebank Treasurer Professor Gilbert Mrs. Gilbert Miss Starr Miss Koenig Miss Goo drich Margaret Robinson Myrna Giles Milo Frisinger Dorothy Frisinger Edgar Long Robert Bradbury Elizabeth Spense Pauline Torrey MEMBERS George Greenwood Norman Reed Thorn Smith Palmira Vasquez Nellie Weidenhamer Earl Scott Donovan Cameron Abel Jourdan Marion Kingman Ruth Mastin Catherine Morrison Ruth Stakes Helen Rockwell Wendell Edwards Darrell Decker Irene Marsh Florence Clark Hollis Quinlan Rosamonde Fisher Clifford Burbank Edith Bentley Dorothy Kennedy Frances Lewis Harlow Stankrauff Aubrey Williamson Amy Mann Margaret Adair [noj VAe ALBIONlAN The Contributors ' Club The Contributors ' Club, the honor organization of the department of English, was founded in 1905, and has upon its register the names of the best students of English since that time. The purpose of the club is to furnish interest in good literature and encourage writers in Albion college. Election is contingent to nomination by Prof. Phil Hembdt. the head of the English Depart- ment, and approval by the club. Membership consists of the faculty members of the department and a maximum of fifteen of the most promising writers of the college. OFFICERS Woodena Tench ----------- President Edgar Long ----------- Vice-President Elsie Munro - - Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Prof. Phil Hembdt Prof. James V. Clarke Prof. H. L. Ewbank Mr. Hilbcrry Miss Ball Miss Swisher Miss Wilder Edgar Long Woodena Tench Helen Dean Edith Thrall Lorena Jones Elsie Munroe Harold Norman Kenneth Bartlett Dorothy Hix Russell Parks Elaine Abbott Goodrich Reed [in] ie-ALB10NlAN J S Biology Club OFFICERS Maurice Buckborough - President Florence Harmelink --------- Vice-President Rodger Chenoweth Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Dorothy Burrell Ida Crandell Holland Capper Thorn Smith Melvin Knisely Rodger Chenoweth Florence Harmelink Karl Stiles Charles TenHouton Park Bradshaw Professor Judson Miss Rogers Miss Drake I112I ?Ae-A L B I ON I AN j j The Home Economics Club In the fall of 19 18. shortly after the Home Economics Department was established in Albion, a society was formed under the name of " The Home Eco- nomics Club. " supervised by Mrs. Pitkin-Arnold. the Department head. The membership at that time was limited to fifteen members. In 1924 the membership was extended to include all girls of the three upper classes having an average of " B " and majoring in the Home Economics Department. Its purpose is to bring more closely together in a social and educational manner those girls who should prove themselves especially interested in the work of Home Economics. OFFICERS Inez Klahn ------- President Mary Scekell - Vice-President Doris Campbell ----- Secretary Marguerite Merritt ----- Treasurer MEMBERS Miss Crosby Miss Dean Leah Carter Dorothy Frisinger Pauline Rodgers Lois Whitney Mary Moulton Edith Bentley Thclma Gauss Ethel Behling [»33 e 7Ae Albion i An Physical Research Club Composed of advanced students in the Department of Physics, and the De- partmental Instructors, the Physical Research Club is organized to stimulate a spirit of research among its members. This is done by discussing developments in the science of physics and the application of physics in engineering practice. One or two social evenings are enjoyed by the members each year. OFFICERS Ray Holmes President Wynne Garvin - Vice-President Arthur Babcock Secretary-Treasurer Walter Baird Charles Barclay Harold Bristol Orel Burdick Lawrence Childs Francis Chapman George Greenwood Ray Holmes Dee Hurst MEMBERS John King Melvin Knisely William Krebs James Lightbody Edward Long William Maywood George Miles Carl Schilz Howard Smith Pauline Smith Professor Rood Mr. J. C. Stearns Walter Strait Charles Ten Houten Howard White Ellis Wylie I114I 7 le ALBION I AN nfJMCdJ v HBlk. ' ■■ ■■■■■■1 . 4 H tl! P1II1 1 1 a MM hMh i J H IVJ UVJ 1 r " ■■■ ■ PW-fJP " llii ■ ' J mw»J " ii,i» Classical Club The Classical Club of Albion College was organized in 1922. The aim of the club is to rouse greater enthusiasm and to impress upon the members of the club the vital significance of Latin and Greek in their educational equipment. The members are required to have had at least two years of Latin or Greek in high school and some courses in the College Department. OFFICERS Edith Merritt President Byron Ballard Vice-President Frances Lewis - Secretary Claude Kantner Treasurer MEMBERS Prof. A. H. Harrop Merrilla Berridge Dorothy Burrell Robert Cluff Charlotte Cooper Kenneth DeOme Allen Elliott George Hill Clarence Hood Charles Jacokes Sherman Lawton Winifred Lindsay Beulah Magnotta Winfred Peck Cecile Reusch Josephine Richard Louisa Rogers Hazel Ross Mary Sackctt Chester Scott Arthur Stratton Nellie Ward t " 5] 7 ie AUBiONlAN Mathematics Club In 1911 fourteen students met with Professor Sleight and laid the foundations of the Mathematics Club. Since then one hundred nine members have enjoyed as the benefits of that founding, a broader knowledge of the teaching of mathe- matics and a more thorough understanding of certain phases of mathematical science. Under the direct supervision of the Mathematics Department, meetings are held on the first Tuesday evening of each month, at which interesting mathe- matical problems are presented and discussed. Membership in the club is limited to those who have had two years of mathematics and majoring in that subject with an average of " B. " Of the total membership of the club, ninety-seven are now college graduates; nine of these were valedictorians or salutatorians; twenty-one received fellowships or scholarships, or both; sixteen were elected to honorary societies; seventeen have received M. A. degrees, and five have received Ph. D. degrees. OFFICERS C. A. Jacokes -- President Mildred Fitch ---------- Vice-President Mona Gerred Secretary-Treasurer Prof. Roscoe E. Sleight ------- Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Merrilla Berridge Rupert Cortright Arthur Dewey Mary Alice Parsons George Price Dorothy Schilskey Frank Sanders Lester Smith 9ttg-ALBlQNlAN fa Political Science Club To promote interest in the study of current history and politics, the Political Science Club was organized in the fall of 1921. The club is limited to ten per cent of the entire department, other qualifications being a major or minor in the History Department with an average of " B " or above. OFFICERS Allen Renshaw President Harold McCracken Vice-President Eleanor Doods Secretary-Treasurer Clarence Barclay Otto Bauer Kenneth Bartlett Grace Butts Francis Baad Myrna Giles Irene Kennedy Mary Sackett Louise Traut MEMBERS Mabel Horning Clarence Hood William Lovejoy Forrest Snyder Russel Fink Walter Bath Gladys Erickson Marian Pullen Dorothy Hix James Griffiths Edith Merritt Byron Ballard Alvin Neller Bates Wills Donald Button Arthur Dewey Norman Reed I " 7l 9 te ALBION I AN Social Science Club The Social Science Club was organized in the fall of 1910 for the purpose of promoting a greater interest in the study of economic and sociological problems. Membership in the club is limited to those twenty students in the Department of Economics and Sociology who show a proficiency in their work. The research and discussion which the Club members carry on are invaluable aids in acquiring a fuller appreciation of the current social problems. OFFICERS Harold McCracken President Bruce Osgood ---------- Vice-President Elaine Abbott - Secretary-Treasurer Dr. W. W. Whitehouse Prof. R. G. Hall Del Hahn Norman Anderson MEMBERS Pauline Torrey Murray Spitzer Paul Spaulding Ruth Smith Marian Pullen Ruth Mastin Josephine Hawes Eugene Fowler Vern Doughty [118J 9 ie ALBIONlAN fc £ JL i. ♦ xj ft V A .TV ! ■IE 1 ' IT f A n Eft ■ m 4 ' i Ik fit i)% A. K V t Tl v| Hi tP 5 sH tf ■Kb. K i. ; k - NLe Jt j - -. v 8| +PL ■ W3fe MlkMk . I 1 4»m wj i l ■36 ? ir% Le Cercle Francais Le Cercle Francais is composed of those students in the French Department who are taking advanced courses and who have achieved a certain scholastic stand- ing. It aims to foster a greater interest in the language and the customs of the French people, and to provide better opportunities for practice in speaking French, French songs. French games, French literature, and the lives of its authors. Short French plays are included in the programs given by the students. OFFICERS Gertrude Buck President Michael Fatica - Vice-President Catherine Morrison Secretary Harry Worth - Treasurer Prof. D. M. Gilbert Mrs. D. M. Gilbert Miss Koenig Miss Starr Miss Goodrich Elaine Abbot Geraldine Abbot Margaret Bailey Helen Bunker Ruth Dean Rosamonde Fisher MEMBERS Yvonne Haggit Josephine Hawes Ruth Heathcock Abel Jourdan Marian Kingman Arthur Lange Margaret Little Frances Mack Beulah Magnotta Beryl Marker Irene Marsh Bruce Osgood Russell Parke Mary Alice Parsons George Price Allen Renshaw Ruth Smalley Elizabeth Spense Anna Spannenberg Pauline Torrey Louise Traut [noj Me Al BIONlAN German Club Programs for the monthly meetings of the German Club are planned to show the life and customs of the. German people. Acquaintance with German literature is given through prepared resumes on institutions, biographies, and language. Social hours, at which typically German refreshments are served, follow the formal programs. Requirements for membership are grades of " A " in first year German and " B " in the second year course. Adelbert Hahn Clinch Crocker OFFICERS President Secretary -Treasurer Rupert Cortright Anna Spannenberg James Cretcher John King MEMBERS Bert Kahn Rosella Link Edgar Long John Scott Mona Gerred John Ludwig Selma Koenig Cynthia Starr Fall Chemical Club Tradition tells us that the Natural Science Club, the oldest club on the hill, was founded in 1897 under the supervision of Dr. Delos Fall. It was out of this that the present Biology and Chemical Clubs were formed. The Fall Chemical Club exists for the purpose of training in speaking a sci- entific language and increasing the interest in applied chemistry. An intensive study of " The Chemistry of the Rarer Earth Metals, " by Prof. B. S. Hopkins, an alumnus of this college, is being carried on in meetings. Walter L. Baird Charles Barclay Floyd Boys Emmett Brocklebank Orel Burdick Leah Carter Roger Chenoweth Berneace DeYoe MEMBERS Ira Frost Kenneth Goodemoot Ray Holmes Dee Hurst John King William Krebs Edgar Long Elsa Mack Lester Smith Pauline Smith Carl E. Schilz Karl Styles R. Bruce Taylor Charles Ten Houten Harold Tweedie Prof. D. L. Randall Miss Dorothy Engel [ik 1 %4c-ALBIONlAN rpwMtrs [l2lj 9 te A LB ION I AN £ Y. M. C. A. The Young Men ' s Christian Association of Albion College is affiliated with the World Student Christian Federation. The primary aim of the Association as expressed through its various activities is to lead men to faith in God through Jesus Christ. Emphasis this last year has been laid upon the World Court, International and Interracial Relations, Boy ' s Work, the Educational Problem, and a study of campus maladjustments. Of special interest is the fact that the Association has been an indigenous group, supported and guided by students. OFFICERS Clarence Case -- -... President Russel Babcock Vice-President Kenneth DeOme - Secretary Alvin Neller Treasurer CABINET MEMBERS Otto Bauer Harold Norman Raymond Conrad Russell Johnston Thome Smith Leslie Williams rr ie Albion i an Student Volunteers The Student Volunteer Movement is an interdenominational movement founded thirty-nine years ago for the purpose of creating an interest in foreign missionary work and to help those intending to become foreign missionaries. Each state has its own State Union made up of the Volunteers of all col- leges. The Sixth Annual State Student Volunteer Conference met in Albion. March 5, 6, and 7. Albion ' s organization is a part of the National and Mich- igan Union for Foreign Missions. At the weekly meetings the spiritual life of the members is deepened and the conditions and needs of the foreign field are dis- cussed. The group aims to support religious activities on the campus and to bring other students to see the need and opportunity of the foreign mission field. Eighty-two missionaries have gone out from Albion to bring about the ful- fillment of the Volunteer Motto: " The Evangelization of the World In This Generation. ' ' OFFICERS Treva Oveiholt - President Robert Fleming Vice-President Mildred Price Secretary-Treasurer [«J] VAe- ALBION I AN fa Oxford Club Students who are looking forward to the Christian ministry or other relig- ious work find association and material help in the Oxford Club. This organi- zation has been affiliated with the National Oxford Club since 1922. Meetings are held twice a month, at which time some member of the faculty or an outside speaker lectures on some phase of religious activity. All the ministers of the city as well as conference members of the faculty are Honorary Members of the Club. OFFICERS Earl Scott ----------- President Roy Johns - -- Vice-President Thome Smith - -- Secretary W. W. Kintner Treasurer Rev. Robert Miller Byron Ballard William Blanding J. A. Rogers Douglass MacEachran William Lovejoy Abel Jourdan MEMBERS Kenneth DeOme Dempster Yinger William Morford K. W. Burgess Cornelius Wheaton J. A. Gallimore Chester Scott Percy Mills Ernest Johns Francis Chapman Marion Nye Donald Jones Ruth Edmonds Clement Yinger I " 4l Ae-ALBlONlAN fc Y. W. C. A. Membership to the College Y. W. C. A. has been determined on an interest basis this year. It has been the duty of the cabinet members to interview each Co-ed and personally ask her to join. On joining, the members have been divided into various groups according to their interests. They have taken up the problems of Social Service. Bible Studv. Relationship of Faculty and Students, Extra Curricular Activities, and World Friendship. The Student Objective is. " We unite in the determination to live unreservedly Jesus ' law of love in every relationship and so to know God. " Regular meetings have been held at the College Chapel on Sunday mornings throughout the year. [M5J ie- ALBION! AN 7 ie ALBIONlAN ! =,r WActf £ L ' -7] 9 ie-A LB IONIAN fc Panhellenic Council The local Panhellenic Council was organized in 1917. This organization of two representatives from each of the sororities and Clionian, with their presidents and alumni-advisors as ex-officio members, carries out the recommendations of the National Panhellenic Congress, regulates rushing, sponsors new organizations, and endorses the activities of the college. The two social activities of the year are an intersorority party and a banquet. The present officers are: OFFICERS Josephine Marsh of Alpha Chi Omega Margaret Hayden of Delta Gamma President Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Alpha Xi Delta Gladys Bauer Mary Seekel Alpha Chi Omega Josephine Marsh Catherine Morrison Delta Gamma Margaret Hayden Isabel King Kappa Delta Theo Broxholm Elsa Munroe Clionian Gianetta Pray Dorothy Frisinger I128 yJe-ALBIONlAN fc Interfraternity Council The local Interfraternity Council was reorganized in 19 20. The organiza- tion is composed of two members of each men ' s fraternity. The Council carries out the rules of the National Interfraternity Conference, makes pledging regula- tions, and promotes the annual Interfraternity Banquet. The present officers are: OFFICERS George Price of Delta Sigma Phi Robert Garfield of Sigmi Chi President Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Tau Omega Harold Norman Russell Babcock Delta Sigma Phi George Price Allen Rcnshaw MEMBERS Delta Tau Delta Clifford Burbank J. Dunton Barlow Sigmi Chi Robert Garfield Robert Campbell Sigma Nu Morris Buckborough Otto Bauer  JAe. ALBION I AN fc j Alpha Chi Omega Founded at Dc Pauw University, Greencastlc, Indiana, 1S83 Beta Chapter Established 1887 Colors: Scarlet and Olive Green Flower: Red Carnation Publication: " The Lyre ' Iijo] 9 ie ALBIONlAN " fc . — . — . ■ " Alpha Chi Omega SORORES IN FACULTATE Mrs. Clarissa Stewart Miss Elmina StefFe •26 Margaret Robinson Pauline Torrey Esther Richards Gladys Erickson ' 27 Josephine Marsh Josephine Hawes Frances Mack Louise Traut Doris Campbell SORORES IN COLLEGIO ' 28 Dorothy Nicholls Louise Putnam Dorothy Kennedy Marjorie Sturtevant Norine Nagle Catherine Morrison Priscilla Westcott Beatrice Foote Lois Wheaton Marion Howlett Elsa Mack ' 29 Etta Eikenhout Margaret Sleight Joesphine Richards Elizabeth Ruthruflf Edith Van Camp Kathline White Lorraine Traut PLEDGES Dorothy Diebolt ' 27 Harriette Davey ' 29 Mazie Maples ' 27 Antoinette Sheldon ' 29 tijil c 7 ie. A LB I ONI AN Alpha Xi Delta Founded at Lombard College, Galcsburg, Illinois, 1893 Phi Chapter Established 1915 Colors: Light Blue. Dark Blue, and Gold Flower: Pink Rose Publication: " The Alpha Xi Delta ' Iija] 7Ae-A L B I ON I AN Alpha Xi Delta SOROR IN FACULTATE Margaret Drake ' 26 Grace Blue Rosamonde Fisher Inez Klahn Lucille Marsh Anna Spannenburg Mary Seekel Grace Duffey SORORES IN COLLEGIO ■27 Jean Douglas Dorothy Parrent Ruth Smith Lois Whitney Daisy Williams Gladys Bauer Florence Clark Lorene Hamilton Anna Kropscott Margaret Osmun Thelma Gauss Geraldine Elliott PLEDGES Thelma Long Palmira Vasquez ' 29 Margaret Fuller Norine McAuliffe Elmina Cain Arline Walk bill 7Ae ALBIONlAN fc Delta Gamma Founded at Warren Institute, Oxford, Mississippi, 1872 Zeta Chapter Established 1883 Colors: Bronze, Pink, and Blue Ii34l 7 ie-ALBIONlAN E Delta Gamma SOROR IN FACULTATE Audrey Wilder ' 26 Dorothy Janes Woodena Tench Elizabeth Spence Marian Wolfenden Helen Dean Myrna Giles Dorothy Burrell SORORES IN COLLEGIO ' 27 Elaine Abbott Marian Marfileus Margaret Hayden Francis Peatling Betty Burnett ' 28 Charlotte Cooper Geraldine Abbott Ruth Dean Marian Ashley Margaret Little Isabel King Marian Alger ' 29 Esther Young Mary Tamblyn Elizabeth Price ' 29 Ortha Smith Gwendolyn Andrews PLEDGES Dorothy Leech Gertrude Gilbert Margaret Mercer Dorothy Ncller Katherine Bullcn Esther Shotte [lJ5l 9Jle ALBION I AN Kappa Delta Founded at Virginia State Normal, Farnwille, Virginia, 1897 Sigma Pi Chapter Established 1923 Colors: Olive Green and White Flower: White Rose Publication: " The Angelos ' ti36j Qrte-ALBtON I AN Kappa Delta SORORES IN FACULTATE Annie Dean Pattie Herring Helen Goodrich ' 26 Lois Conrad Leah Carter Irene Marsh Florence Harmelink Elsie Munroe Marian Pullen ' 27 Benida Madill SORORES IN COLLEGIO Theo Broxholm Anna Root Esther Wooton ' 28 Cecile Hathaway Beryl Marker Eloise Butts Francis Lewis Helen Cox Margaret Adair ' 29 Janie Shoults Thelma Raidle Josephine Gray Ruth Mcllvenna Helen Webster Francis Morrison Francis Risinger PLEDGES Florence Pangborn Margaret Nash Grace Lindsay Alta Townsend Frances Spring Unella Wing 1 1 37] Ae -Albion i An £ Clionian The Clionion Literary Society v. : as founded in 1913 and reorganized May 1, 1922 ' 26 ACTIVES Gianetta Pray Rosella Link Mildred Fitch Lucile Robinson Amy Mann Dorothy Frisinger Pauline Rodgers Mildred Price Edith Merritt Pailine Smith Loisa Rogers Treva Overholt Nellie Weidenhammer Frances Thornton Esther Palmatier ' 28 ' 29 Mary Sackett Edith Bentley Helen Benedict ' 27 Ruth Edmunds Ruth Burchs Mabel Horning Myrtle Fuller Lucy Leng Mary Moulton Helen Holmes Ruth Parsons Mary Alice Parsons Letta Kervin PLEDGES ' 29 Bernice Walkley Marion Carlisle Jean Medlyn fu8] 9fte ALBIONlAN fc Eclectic and Atheniades The Eclectic and Atheniades Literary Society zvas founded in 1S45 It became a Closed Society in 1922 ' 26 Walter Bath Francis Chapman Ruth Heathcock Dee Hurst Lorena Jones Ruth White ACTIVES ' 27 Lottie Bachejor Byron Ballard Gertrude Buck Dorothy Hix Doris Normandeau Charles TenHouten ' 28 Helen Faulkerson Kenneth Goodemoot Yvonne Haggit Stella Heath Marian Kingman Adrea Lewis Lois Reist Howard White ' 27 Wesley Bradburn ' 28 Letha Heathcock Whyle Wilcox PLEDGES ' 29 Luna Bachelor Thercssa Combellack Lois Heath Ernest Lutey Carl Martenson Percy Mills William Morford Helen Rockwell ti39l 4e-ALBIONlAN " fc ■■ ' " ■ i ■- ■ . ■ ' ' ■- ' ■■ ■ i .nai ■■■■KM Corinthian The Corinthian Literary Society ivas founded October 30, 1922 Ida Crandell Mildred Freeman Marie Kintner ACTIVES Bernice Kleinhans Ruth Monaweck Dorothy Schilskey Myrle Spense Lois Willis Mavalyn Haugh Hazel Montgomery PLEDGES Anna Monroe Mildred Monroe Alberta Phillips fi4o5 yyjg-ALBIONlAN fa Alpha Tau Omega Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Richmond, Virginia, 1865 Beta Omicron Chapter Established 1889 Colors: Sky Blue and Old Gold Flower: White Tea Rose Publication: " The Palm " li »l 7 ie ALBIONlAN Alpha Tau Omega FRATRES IN FACULTATE Edwin Roscoe Sleight Reuben W. Betchtel ' 26 Harold Perkins Murray Spitzer Harold Tweedie ' 27 Russell Babcock Arthur Babcock James Lightbody Harold Norman Bruce Osgood FRATRES IN COLLEGIO James Cretcher Maurice Strong Donald White Paul Camburn Howard Smith ' 28 Robert Cluff Leslie Hoffman Bruce Tay lor Edward Kilian Louis Leeson George Heels Harold Lewis Harold Wilson Hugh Sebastian ' 29 Thomas Emery Stewart Bolhuis Lawrence Jannash Ralph Doolittle Sherman Lawton PLEDGES ■27 Donald Wilson ' 29 Robert Gillespie Carlton Knack Angus Raupp Harlan Mitchell William Brown  gr ie-ALBlONlAN £ | Delta Sigma Phi Founded at the College of the City of New York, 1898 Alpha Tau Chapter Established 1917 Colors: Nile Green and White Flower: White Carnation Publication: " The Carnation ' Ii44] £ " 9 »e ALBIONIAN Delta Sigma Phi FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. Whitcomb Whitehouse Robert S. Miller FRATRES IN COLLEGIO ' 26 Dallas Harger Roger Chenoweth Donovan Cameron Alvin Neller Lawrence Childs Scott Hartman Russell Parks Darrell Decker Harold Kilmark George Price Allen Whitney ' 27 Lloyd Snelling Allen Rcnshaw John Varty Leslie Williams Reginald Eldrcd Donald Gabriel Charles Nelson George Paine Verne Doughty •28 Lawrence Van Camp Eugen Fowler Harold Bristol Bates Wills PLEDGES •29 Ted Cook Dudley Culver Clarence Dammon Lawrence Gilbert Richard Higley Walter Kilmark John Sinclair William Snelling Robert Tyler Norman Whitehouse George Hill |U45] £ 9 ie A LB ION I AN Delta Tau Delta Founded at Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia, 1859 Epsilon Chapter Established 1876 Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: Pansy Publication: " The Rainbow ' [i 4 63 a Z 7 ie ALBIONIAN Delta Tau Delta FRATRES IN COLLEGIO ' 26 Victor Wiliams W. Earl McConnell Warren Shields Lyle J. Eastman Hume S. Dice Clifford Burbank J. Dunton Barlow Gordon Herrick Russell Cortright Theodore A. Berg Thorn Smith man W. Clark Roggie ' 29 John Cronk Stanley Cowen Arthur R. Lange Hartley J. Cansfield Ralph J. Preshaw ' 28 Roy Oliver Paul Winder Thomas Steverman Edward Carleson Bernard Koether ' 27 Raymond Conrad George Koether Harry Williams Harlow Stankrauff PLEDGES Charles Baldwin William Simmerly James Holland Wilmer Stone Ansel Baker [■47} ZZ 9 .e ALBIONlAN Sigma Chi Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1855 Alpha Pi Chapter Established 1886 Colors: Blue and White Flower: White Rose Publication: " Sigma Chi Quarterly IM1 VAe-A L B I ON I AN Sigma Chi FRATER IN FACULTATE Dudley Vernor ' 26 William Sibley Robert Garfield Neil Galbraith Sherwood Brown Hoyt Howell Edgar Long FRATRES IN COLLEGIO ' 27 Victor Nagle Robert Campbell Frederic Leech Clarence Boldt Raymond Hull Russell Johnston Hollis Quinlan Emmett Brocklebank Lawrence Billings Murlin Kuhlman Frederick Sauer Edmund Ward Horace Hill ' 29 Bradford Brackway PLEDGES Lee Bartlett Lynn Bartlett Kenneth Hadley Stuart King Howard Teeter Hobart Moore Robert Sauer Roy Spaulding William Cummings Blaine Nutt Eugene Houck Clarence Hartung Edward Bullock : ' 4vj •JAe ALBIONlAN Sigma Nu Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Richmond, Virginia, in 1S69 Gamma Gamma Chapter Established 1895 Colors: Black. White, and Gold Flower: White Rose Publication: " The Delta " M 3 9rte-ALBIONlAN ft Sigma Nu ' 26 Park Bradshaw Morris Buckborough Otto W. Baur William Crowe Owen Perkins Ray Holmes ' 27 Norman Anderson Kenneth Bartlett Floyd Boys FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Robert Bradbury Clinch Crocker Howard Kenaga Phill Theo May Victor Peck Norman Reed Charles Rogers Paul Risley Harold Schumacher ' 28 William Blanding James Galloway Carl Hamman Del Hahn George Jones Harlan McCall Darrel Johnson John Ludwig Syver Thingstad Arthur Thwaites ' 29 John Bromley Leonard Hoag Alvin Rockwell PLEDGES ' 28 Elson Balkema Roger Calvert ' 29 Joe Fleming John Lawther Kenneth Ringle Merrill Walls Lawrence Wiseman Ii5il 7 e. ALBION! AN E Zetalethian Founded as a literary society, 1903. Reorganized as a local fraternity, 1924. Colors: Blue and White [ijr»] %ie-Al BIONlAN Zetalethian ' 26 Laurence Anderson Charles Barclay Arthur Dewey Milo Frisinger Harold McCracken George Miles Thomas I. Starr Erwin Yinger ' 27 Francis Baad James Griffiths ACTIVES William Lovejoy ' 28 Kenneth DeOme Wendell Edwards Allen Elliott Roy Johns Ralph Keyes Walter Strait Clement Yinger ' 29 Raymond Bowers Emerson Brigham Ernest Johns Howard Kranmore Norman Lyons John Marvin Raymond Rogers William Rogers William Rogers Lawrence Wylie Dempster Yinger George Webber Harold Neff [i53] 9 ie-ALBIONiAN t Maecenian The Maecenian Literary Society was founded March 3, 1924 HONORARY CHARTER MEMBER Dr. Frederick S. Goodrich JiMl ii 9fte albionian E Maecenian ACTIVES ' 27 Walter Baird Forrest Snyder George Greenwood George Edwards Russell Fink ' 28 Clarence Barclay LaVerne Ridout ■29 Harry Worth William Krebs John Morey PLEDGES ' 29 John Young Harris Holmes Harry Newton Cecil Miller Terrance Hood [ijj] rte-ALBIONlAN AND NOW MAY WE PRESENT ADVERTISERS HAVING PLAYED AN PART IN MAKING THIS POSSIBLE, THEY DE5EPVE PATRONAGE I1573 3 7 te AlBIONlAN £ The College of Your Fathers Wants to Be Your College ET- As it was in 1861 Come and see it in 1926 For three generations Albion College has been the Mecca of Michigan Methodism. Grand-children of Albion ' s first students have been graduated from it. Although sixty-five years have wrought many changes in buildings, equipment, faculty and methods, it still is the college of your fathers, and still it preserves under the in ' fluence of Christian teachers, the ideal of a liberal education and the faith of its founders. Albion has always been a small college, is now, and always will be; believing that only under such conditions can students realize the most jrom their work through a personal contact with the faculty. While it maintains the atmosphere of the small college, yet it is large enough to afford the best there is in educational faculties. Albion ranks in class A, the highest rating given any educational institution. Its credits and degrees are accepted at par by practically every college and university in the country. Seventeen well-developed departments of instruction are maintained with a carefully selected faculty numbering forty-five. Two degrees are awarded, the bachelor of arts and bachelor of music. Students who take their major in the Conservatory cf Music may receive the A.B. degree if they so desire. An arrangement with the State Univer- sity enables prospective lawyers, doctors, dentists, and engineers, as well as those intending to do graduate work in business administration, to take their fourth year there, thus shortening their course by one year. Albion students are recognized by the state department of education and those graduates who complete the requirements in the department of education are awarded the State teacher ' s life certificate. Albion heartily believes in the value of extra-curricular activities and heartily encourages them. In debating and oratory Albion teams are recognized as outstanding in the Middle West. In athletics, Albion has won more than her share of championships. Her musical organizations have been heard all over the State and are noted for their excel- lence. In dramatics she is not to be excelled. Twice have her student players received favorable criticism from Broad- way critics when companies have appeared upon a New York stage. In fostering such activities Albion not only develops scholars but leaders as well. Albion ' s one aim above all others is to take boys and girls from their home communities and return them men and women of character, intelligence and vision. If after reading this you are at all interested in what Albion can offer you, will you write us for a catalo g and a copy of the recently issued student activities bulletin? ALBION COLLEGE " " The College with the Personal Interest ' 1 JOHN LAWRENCE SEATON President G. CALVIN RINGGENBERG Director of Conservatory  Z ( 9 ie ALBIONlAN A School for Savings Have you educated your savings to earn all they should for you? Is your money trained in the " sound investment school " to bring you a rich reward in cash re- turns and in security? Your money invested in Consumers PowerPreferred Shares ( Tax free m Michigan ) buys you a profiting partnership that brings you a check every month in the year — there are no vacations CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY ASK OUR EMPLOYEES ABOUT IT [■»] 3his is to you Who helped us through; Some praise is due, For youve been true. GEO. MITCHELL and COMPANY Albion ' s Favorite for 28 Tears i aN Inspection of our work will result in your unqualified en ' dorsement of the workmanship of our artisans and the high quality of our materials. H. PARDOE AND SONS Albion . ' . Marshall We use the paint products of the Glidden Company of Cleveland, Ohio. All of our materials: paint, leads and oils, are of the highest quality. PAINTERS and DECORATORS THE STARR COMMONWEALTH THE ALBION PUBLIC SCHOOLS THE SHELDON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH THE KRESGE GYMNASIUM THE SUSANNA WESLEY DORMITORY ESTIMATES GIVEJi— All Contract Wor According to Specifications. The same careful attention given to private residences fi6 3 9tte-ALBIONlAN fe A Bigger and Better ALBIONIAN Photographs by GRANT STUDIOS THE GRANT STUDIO IIO E. ERIE ST. ALBION, MICH. M ifio 9 ie ALBION I AN Compliments of The Service Caster and Truck Co. Albion, Mich. The Central Market Everything in Meats Tours to please R. V. LOOMIS Party Flashlights have been my Specialty for 20 years CLIFFORD SMITH Phone 102 — House 364-W Compliments of The Thwaites Furniture Co. Albion, Mich. McDougall and Young Dealers in Quality Fuels 118 N. Superior St. Phone 118  Compliments of The Albion Malleable Iron Co. Albion, Michigan  9 ie ALBIONlAN Compliments of The Truscon Laboratories MAKERS OF Waterproof Paints Enamels, Varnishes DETROIT, MICH. Our Products used and Recommended by H. PARDOE SONS ALBION - MARSHALL Painters and Decorators The Wesley Dormitory The Kresge Gymnasium The Albion Public Schools The Starr Commonwealth The Sheldon Memorial Hospital SINGER SON Albion Gas Light ALBION, MICH. Company Furniture of Quality — COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Service First Profit a By -Product The Hotel Barber — Shop F. E. Caton Manager Where the work is done right Andy Whalen 1 164] 9fte-ALBIONlAN £ The Palace of Sweets Sodas Sundaes Candies The Albion Confectionery KOSTIANES BROTHERS Quality and Service Where it goes the farthest Maple City Dairy Co. Albion, Mich. A Business Tonic That Won Success Everything has a beginning; a child is born and has to be carefully nourished. If left alone it could not live. The beginning of the business of the J. C. Penney Company was a precarious one. It passed through many moments of uncertainties. But it was never left alone. Its greatest nourishment was derived from the brand of service its founder gave to the public. It served best by giving only worthy goods for the least possible money. Fed upon this tonic it eventually grew into a live, rapidly-expanding business. The same service governs its operations today as then, but the strength of this service has been notably increased. jtdPSi . u. 1651 9 ie ALBION! AN The Censor Theatre The place where all the students go For ii years always the best in Photo Plays PARAMOUNT AND FIRST NATIONAL PICTURES Our T ew Modern Theatre is Rearing Completion. Watch for the Opening The Sanitary Market Your continued patronage is the finest advertisement of our MEATS 404 S. SUPERIOR STREET WICKHAM ' S The College Barber Shop Since 1 goo Again thanking you for your past Friendship and Patronage HARRY MORSE Everett Cavanaugh OPTOMETRIST Specializing in Comfortable Vision Albion, Mich. Cleaning and Pressing Special Service on the Campus fl66j 9 ie ALBIONiAN The Southern Michigan Transportation Co. DeLuxe Motor Coach Service of the Southern Michigan Transporta ' tion Co. has served the Albion College Athletic Association and the Glee Clubs in the past year. We are ever ready to serve your future Transportation Needs. KN j l E " f 73 1 CHAIN DAIRIES QUALITY FOODS Coldpac Process The Best ♦ for The Least A BOTTLE OF MILK IS A BOTTLE OF HEALTH Piggly-Wiggly 312 S. Superior The Albion College Co-Operative Book-Store Our Primary Interest is Service to the Student Body m STUDENT NECESSITIES  €%e ALBIONlAN Compliments of The Gale Manufacturing Co. Albion, Michigan Compliments of Union Steel Products Co. GEORGE E. DEAN, Class of 1896, President BROCKWAY DICKIE, Class of 191 j. Secretary W. CLARKE DEAN, Class of 1921, Vice-President  9 ic A LB ION I AN All Plumbing, Heating an id Ventilation in THE KRESGE GYMNASIUM THE WESLEY DORMITORY and THI : CENTRAL HEATING PLANT Installed by A. S. WILDT ALBION, MICH. [1703 VAe. ALBIONlAN Builders of the KRESGE GYMNASIUM AND THE SUSANNA WESLEY DORMITORY Schumacher Construction Co. GEKERAL COWRACTORS Albion, Mich. The Best Of Home-Cooked Food " Just Li e Mother ' s " HUNTER ' S INN 604 Austin Ave. On " M-17 " Rhoton ' s Five and Ten Cent Store A complete five and ten cent store with variety merchandise RHOTON ' S STORE Albion, Mich. I171J Ae-A LB IONIAN £ The Sally- Ann Beauty Shop MAHONEY AND KILLIAN 213) S. Superior St. Phone 323 ' M Your ' s for Service The Snug Barber Shop C. L. ROBINSON, Prop. 101 W. Porter St. Sarah E. Beckwith Successor to O. A. Leonard Day ' s Coffee Ranch 406 S. Superior St. Phone 563 HIGH GRADE COFFEE TEAS AND SPICES Fresh Jumbo Peanuts Peanut Butter made while you wait General Insurance Superior and Erie Streets Phone 55 Our Clothes are designed to please the College Man Albion College Representative LES HOFFMAN Maurice S. Gordon Co. 21 W. Main Street t Battle Creek, Mich. We welcome you to our store — you are sure to find that odd piece of furniture that you have been looking for. All the popular lines on our floors. ♦ J. J. Thwaites Furniture Galleries Formerly RADIO AND FURNITURE CO. Superior and Porter Streets Phone 13 Albion, Mich. II71I 9ftg-ALBiONlAN t The Post Tavern BATTLE CREEK, MICH. Reasonable prices in all departments. 250 rooms. Excellent furnishings and appointments. Washed air. Circulat- ing ice water. Informal. Numerous dining rooms to suit every preference. Unusual Coffee Shop. Afternoon Tea and musical program daily. C. H. MONTGOMERY Vice-President and Manager OKE OF AMERICA ' S EXCEPTIONAL HOTELS The Student ' s Store Kuppenheimer Clothes, Manhattan Shirts, Inter- wovenSock Cooper ' s Under- wear, Michael-Stern and Style-Plus Clothing. Especial attention is directed to our offering of fine furnishings, the kind that students like and should have. Other features in the matter of quality and service that make this the student store of Albion. Torrey and Blaisdell The Home of Kuppenheimer Clothes The Chatter-Box Sandwich Shoppe E. J. Winslow PLUMBING AND HEATING PHOHE 109 WHERE YCU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Commutation Tickets $5.50 for $5.00 Albion, Mich. BREAD In Albion it ' s Hoaglin ' s Hoaglin Bros. Bakery Friendly Service The Up-To-Date Shoe Shop Electric Shoe Repairing First Class Workmanship Corner Cass and Superior Phone 414 173] 7 tc ai bioniAn Watch for the White Wagon Woodruff Sons ♦ ♦ W. W. Osmun Son MILK AND CREAM A GOOD PLACE TO BUY YOUR DEALERS Clothing, Furnishings 506 West Center St. and Footwear Phone 545J QUALITY AT LOWER COST The Recorder Press Company 0. H. GALE DIRECT EXCLUSIVE AGENCY ♦ A. J. REACH COMPANY Commercial Sporting Goods and Hardware and Athletic Goods Job Printing ♦ ♦ Established in 185b " Let Your Printer Paint Phone 206 The Picture " [I74J 7 ie ALBIONlAN WE HAVE KEPT FAITH ■ Painters and Decorators THE STARR COMMONWEALTH SHELDON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ALBION PUBLIC SCHOOLS THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH THE KRESCE GYMNASIUM and now THE SUSANNA WESLEY DORMITORY Only the highest type of workmanship and the highest quality of materials can result in such an achievement. H. PARDOE AND SONS ALBION MARSHALL We use the products of the Billings-Chapin Co. The Ask Me— 1 7 Bite Gleason Printing So do the rest of us — At Company 106 E. Erie St. Hoaglin Ghanka The Front Door is Never Locked Our Sunday night dinners and luncheons are popular COMMERCIAL PRINTING BUSINESS CARDS BOOKLETS PROGRAMS FOLDERS CALLING CARDS STATIONERY WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS PROCESS ENGRAVING Student Patronage Solicited [.75] 9 xe- ALBlONlAN £ YE ENGRAVER OF OLD with his small tools and his piece of box wood spent days, yea sometimes weeks, in the pro- duction of a single illustration requiring much skill and patience. MODERN PHOTO-ENGRAVINGS are made photo mechanically with the use of modern photographic apparatus and the aid of chemistry. But it depends just as much upon the skill of the artisans as in the days of old. Your illustrations — be it a school book or a catalog, if intrusted to us, will be given careful attention so that the finished printed page may truly convey the illustration you wish to produce. Service Engraving Co. BOYER BLDG. CONGRESS BRUSH. DETROIT, MICH. I176I 9 ie ALBIONlAN You Will Like The New Park er Inn A Wi gins Hotel Bi ' inging To Albion Opening A New Era A Hotel Service In Student Social Life Distinctive In lis Courtesy Formal or Informal Functions Unique In Its Appointment Entertainment Faultless In Its Execution Grill Ballroom RATES 82.00 AND UP [1771 2 ie ALBIONlAN QOOD Paper Good Engravings Good Printing When combined make your College Annual a better book " Stab. mN uttt Specialists in College Annuals 248 West Congress Street detroit, mich. 11781 M UONlAN Autographs — O. to X 1 cho 3o ff gg j 9 te ALBION I AN fe ■ ' -Autographs ; — - -7 " 3 T •- ' L •£c C4 V ' . 1 25 2010 DT 188532 1 9 00 Q. =9 eg u. ”
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