Albion College - Albionian Yearbook (Albion, MI)

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Coming here in 1924 from Baldwin-Wallace, Berea, O., where he met with success in a similar posi- tion, "Beck's" Work on the local campus has been felt as an organizer as well as a mentor. Besides bringing to the school its first M. I. A. A. basketball championship, Betchel produced runners-up in the football campaigns of 1924 and 1925. He has acted as head coach in football, basketball, and track, leaving baseball and tennis to assistants. Betchel is responsible for the development of the present intramural program, athletic relations with several Ohio schools, and the holding of District three high school and Jackson county high school basketball tournamens there each winter. Betchel resigned earlv this year to accept 1 similar position in mother school. He will be succeeded by R R Bud Daugherty of Dakota NN eslty in Mitchell, S. D. Page Nmdy .in rn IIS mpio ca JI LJ I cs .Q 44 fu 'Ad VD rd PQ 4 4 r-I Prlgc NiI1t'fJl-Cfgllf TYLER R. Cnocz-:En C. FL1:M1NG J. S. PENZOTTI ADLER C. ON Ronms B. Houcrc E. u I i E. CARLSON RG OLDBE G H. GRAY E. BROMLEY D J- Captain R. BABCOCK C lil 1 Agfa L e 1 Qflxl pl A Ef1IQ,1mWm5.2r?f3fs' 1 1 I rd l 1 ERNEST C"Ernif"D Gan' Russau. C"Bnb"D Bimcocx HARRY Q"Goldic"D GOLDBERG 1 ' Centerg Second Team Captain and Guardg Fourth Year Guard and All-M. I. A. A. 1 , Conference Selection Second Team Selection 1' 1 Conference Selection 1 i I 1 - , 1 . l I - a nf lt!! the 7 Court Clzanzps I 5 At the start of the season, given only an outside chance for a first division berth E the 1926-27 Albion basketball team covered itself with unusual glory by taking sole : possession of the M. I. A. A. championship, and winning a total of 15 out of 19 2 games. The title was the first official one ever obtained by Albion in the court sport. I I From the very outset of the schedule, the cagers surprised their following-proving , to be consistent winners and upturning and hespattering the dope bucket material ' E of every scribe on the conference circuit. l I iT : 1 l ij 1 I ' A' 1 z -1 'H . - Afi- i Wlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll O In 7 !I'JJ.T373Q.U,r.1YE1 Y - V A Page Niurlpy-nim' Q A l. B l l llllllll lllllllillli llll 1' ,li az, ' 1,4 1 v i V! 5 l' x- Q, .I ., i 4 ,. 9,1 lf!-2 lkii HJ 41: lr 1 1 i y-Q 1 ill I fr l QL! l ij' l iii Q sl l H l gi: . Q, . e l 5 Sir i Lil 1 ill 1 ffl ' li' Q-2 i Fi . 55. 1 Li , ,. i. sag in ia 4 .1 .J iiv EDWARD "EiZdi:" CARLSON PAUL C"Riq" RisLEY oHN "Bram" BROMLEY Forward and All- Student Manager of the Team Forward' Second Team M. I. A. A. Selection Conference Selection After opening at home December 16 with a surprise victory over Cornell College of Mt. Vernon Iowa the Methodists embarked on a successful road trip in which three of four games were won. Starting its M. I. A. A. schedule with a game against Olivet in Kresge gym. the Betchtelmen lost only one association tilt that to Kala- mazoo College at Kalamazoo 27-25. Nine non-conference games were played three of which were lost two to W. S. N. and one to Goodyear Tire Co. of Akron O. Included in the team s list of non-association victories were those over Michigan State College ohn Carroll University Oberlin Cornell College Ford Club of Ross- ford O. and the Brightmoor Exchange Club. Coach R. W. Betchtel relied on only seven men throughout the season Captain with Penzotti center and Crocker forward as substitutes. At the end of the season these men were the ones to receive miniature gold basketballs sweaters and mono- grams. Manager Paul Risley also received a sweater and monogram. l J I P l ll l I gl Q. 1 ' l p A ,i c J J J c D i Ll .3 is QE! 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These men were Tyler Houck Fleming Robinson Adler, Thomas, Danylizyn, King, Burnett, and Howe Besides being present for daily scrimmage with the regulars, the second string men found time to play four games three of which they won. Al 1011 s Basketball Record for Alb on Alb on Albion Oberlin 13 Olivet 15 Albion Albion 4 Albion Albion Albion Alma 22 Kalamazoo 28 39 Cornell College 27 Ford Club Rossford O. 14. Goodyear Tire Co 34. Michigan State College 31. Albion 57 Albion 23 Albion 35 Albion 18 Albion 32 Albion 42 Albion 36 Albion 41 Season s Total Albion 636 Points Albion Kalamazoo Alma Ho c H1 sdale Olivet Albion 212 E1 ti L-I I . i"'i H Brightmoor Exchange Club 23. W. S. N. 25. Olivet 16. W. S. N. 27. Hope 25. Hillsdale 25. Alma 20. Hillsdale 21. Hope 24. Opponents M I Standings 8 6 2 2 1 lj. v i 434 2 . i 214 , , ' 285 ' . Albion 30, John Carroll 29. . . 27g . . 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H1 D M ' 1'--- CQ Ji U ' '-, ' 'Z' vi D-4 ' ' ' 3: , L1-I . if fp , Q, 2.2 D -1'..fL':'-L--L1 F M 5-L4 3 S H E H E HP- '-- na 2 5 Q E E A'-'Tl'-li?--0 P4 w " 'l'Q49r,w,-vm xi paves. -,-Ju, HRA-nk 'UU 'T' sz- ' 1 '1 7 G K I, I 1 W 41 - ,i Page O ,, r H M ndyed T 11,-0 wir V, Sl Tl .-l l r l :"w . 4 l l 1 ,q l il l ai, l :gi . ml CAPT.RlN HARRY' WILLIANIS lv Half-Back i , Pigslcim Tafnlzlations if l I 5 ' I Its most disastrous season in recent years, Albion vvaddled through a mediocre 7 gridiron campaign in 1926, when it finished in a fourth place tie in the M. I. A. A. E'-3 A - standings, lost three of its four conference games and Won three of Five non-associa- lfg ' a tion tilts. Three hard games at the start of the season badly battered the regulars and i - the team never completely found itself throughout: the remainder of the schedule. 1 , I H ' I? . : l el l I 4 l 'I l H I lil l I ' I I "l - a 'A if I J l I W . ,. I lil l 1 ,J l I rl l l il! n In 4 I 'J I if I S if , I Cl , .is a 5 lo TRIUMPHE! J l fl Q I ,lj I :H e iigkis Wlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'll'll Q 'D 7 Q Il. 1. u v - ' i X -4 f-J Nf Page One Humlml Tbrn 4 Jn. M all D WESTERN STATE ATTEMPTS A FIELD GOAL ' Athletic Director R. W. Betchtel and Assistant Coach H. Fred Parker started work a week in advance of the opening of school in September with a squad of thirty-five men, thirteen of whom were veterans. Harry Williams replaced his brother, Victor, who was kept from the lineup by old injuries, as captain. Two days before the opening of the semester, the men appeared at Delaware, Ohio, in the season's opener against Ohio Wesleyan, losing ll-O. Ability to ward off Central State Normal resistance and keep the pigskin in enemy territory gave Albion its first victory of the home season, October 2, 20 to 14. Twelve first downs were recorded for the Methodists against four for Mt. Pleasant. Probably the most costly game of the year occurred at Kalamazoo, October 9, when the Betchtelmen lost to Western State 28-0, in the third Game of the season. Injuries in this contest told on Albion in all of its succeeding games and undoubtedly brought at least two or three of the later-season defeats. Crossing the Hope goal line on three occasions and allowing the Dutchmen to make but one threat during the entire game Albion escaped easily in its tilt with the Holland team October 16 winning 21-O. Recovering from a two touchdown scare in the first quarter Kalamazoo College defeated Albion 14-13 at Almuni Field and gained their strongest bid for the championship. Albion however outgeneraled the Baptists making 17 first downs to their seven but overhead play proved their undoing. Pitted against a more obstinate eleven than press reports had indicated the Gridders found a fairly diHicult task in jolting Olivet 20-O in the Homecoming attraction. Lowry Williams and Goldberg made substantial gains throughout the play. Getting the jump on her opponents Alma College scored two touchdowns in thC first half of its Homecoming encounter November 6 and defeated Albion 12-6 in '1 game which involved the M. I. A. A. pennant. .Albion completed its conference schedule in mud and freezing weather at Martin Field Hillsdale November 13 losing to the Baptists 9-O. The outcome of this game relegated Albion to fourth position and placed the Dales in 1 second place tie with Kalamazoo. ALBION SPRINCS AN END AROUND ON HOPE J IP I" U3 Q O Z Z ll nnulunnuu nlulllllluu uuul nuuuu in u InIannullllnIlllllllllIllIIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllilllllllnllllnll luuu uunlnlullnnllllima D . 7 7 7 3 7 7 5 7 7 , t , . . 7 7 7 i 7 - 1 lc 7 S 3 7 . ,- IQ- n llllllllilllllll lllllllllilllllllh 1nu-nnumnu--un-nulluuuuulnw Plgr Om' Hundred Four 5 ....... . ....... QALBIQINIAND llllillllllllllllll-Ill!ll!! ' S'-'WT I SQQLQ 1. ' I 'S I I it Ms'rHoD1s'rs BLOCK C S N PUNT Cutt1ng strmgs on a new bag of tr1cks Alb1on played the best brand of football lf exh1b1ted all season to defeat North Central college of Naperv1lle Ill 58 O rn the Thanksgwmg Day attracuon at Alumnx Fneld Goldberg ran 68 yards IH the Hrst L VT' 4- I. LL I I I I llllllilllll-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIl-llll l 'S I H E 2 .E ' , U, . . , E -..... Q. . . ' l I E 'w-...'-wh9w,. V., - 5 . 5 . . . I .. 'H-U3 . ' - I "1 S ' . D . . ' . ' Z, U. ' I . 3-4 U ' E FJ - . ' . I - . Z - I 2 , ' I 3 , . 4: ' fi- . 1:1 . 5 - , u O . i ' . O-v-U . ' I I U I U . X1 3 Q . - . g E . U , .v . E - 5' . 5 v . E . . . U-'P-'F-JN,-5 : 2 - . , .. : 1 u I I , - " 2 wo.-Nrvog-1 U U - I - . . : , A U .U J E .... 2-Q I ' ' I I E www-v-oo ' ' - U-v-ooo . . ooooo . . . . I E 5 in I ll- I ' 'ITE' quarter for the MCCh0d1SIS first touchdown and the scormg d1d not cease untll the Ill1no1s goal lxne had been trampled on e1ght more t1mes At the end of the season twenty vars1ty monograms and a manager s letter were granted by the Athlet1c Board of control For the flrst t1me IH the hlstory of the school a dual captalncy was created Syver Thmgstad tackle and Ben Boldt guard be1ng named to lead the 1927 squad Those recelvmg letters were Captaln Harry Wllllams Campbell Llghtbody Scott Thlngstad Boldt Carlson Gray Sauer Hoffman Palermo Peck Bartlett Baldwm Schultz Lowry Goldberg Rob1nson Densmore Penzott1 and Manager Sherwood Brown Three Alb1on players were selected for os1t1ons on the coaches All M I A A mythrcal selectxon Thmgstad tackle an Boldt and Scott at guard H W1ll1ams was g1ven the fullback berth on the second team wh1le honorable mentlon was accorded Sauer and Hoffman at end Schultz at tackle Bartlett at center Goldberg and Lowry at the half back posltlons The season s record Alb1on 0 Ohlo Wesleyan 11 M I A A STANDINGS Alb1on 20 Central State Normal 14 Alb1on 21 Ho e O Alb1on 13 Ka amazoo 14 Kalamazoo Hlllsdale Alb1on 20 Olxvet 0 Alb1on Alb1on 6 Alma 12 0l1vet Alb1on 0 I-Ixllsdale 9 Albion 58 North Central College O Albxon 138 Opponents 88 Page Om' Hundred Fur 5 I . f 'liil 'llilllllll'llll!l l Alllll ? ii! Ili Ill 4 4 1 li I 'O 1 Ill llnlililillluilllil 1926 BaseLal1S C3 3 I. cr' lil IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllulluIll 21. ID l"" U3 QO Z iv Z E7 B NUTTQ N5 5 P. CAMBUR EY Lnsg E. MCKINN E L' E MCGUIRE, L. EASTMAN CCaptainDg COACH J rlmgcrlg BERG . TBODY v-1 GL Ng H. 0 J. CA Raw: H. KENAGAQ A. H Buck C .A E 54 as an Q-4 O E ff: E an .4 U M E E-7 Q CQ U y an agcrD M v GCA ulluuunnununull!llllllunuulnuuulwllllllnnulu lil!!lllllllllllllilllllIllllllllilllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll E 5' .205 i, 3 E , E 5 "' D Q cc: w U H 1 X E 3 E - 5 Z l 5 2 Mas I-I-1 Z2 41 2 I-4 E VJ E M ix W N Q 'H , , lk 1nnnnnnfiinxinnunnuu:nun nu-.mum-.nu..--uuuuunnnn Page Om' Hzmrlretl Six fX DXMMQ, ,. er t ro i o N 1 A bl JD :nl Rf ' Lai l L, , : 1926 Baseball ' E A :I Record - Q Albion 2, M. s. c. 7 Q Albion 4gM. s. N. 5 li ' Albion 5,1-lillsdalel E Albion 11, Olivet 2 H Albion sgw. s. N. o 1 Albion 8, Alma O. i-l Albion io, c. s. N. o El Albion 4: Kal'zoo 2 Albion 13, Olivet 3 ti, Albion 3gM.S. N.7 C3 Albion 9, Kal'zoo 2 lj Albion8gHillsdale 1 'jj X Albion 5, Alma 6 Albion 4,w. s. N. 7 b g Albion 9, Alma 2 ' Albion 4gM.S. N. 7 Q l Uflbion 104 Opponents 65 li is l lil ' COACH F. PARKER CAPTAIN "Jim" Lxonrsony li: 3 Vs I ,'l .Beluncl the Bat.: lf, l l.. . With a new coach, Fred Parker, at the helm and only a handful of veterans avail- lvjl able, the exact possibilities of the 1927 Methodist baseball team are problematical. Q ' Captain Lightbody, pitcher, Gray, first baseman, Kuhlman, third, and Goldberg, 1 nv second baseman, are the only members of the present squad who have before worn .Q-' l . Albion diamond togs. V ' The squad did not open its regular playing season until April 12, when it appeared 'Tl l. at East Lansing against Michigan State College. lq 5 ,h S Tenrzls Y Q Winner in eight of twelve matches and the season'S H I M. I. A. A. crown in both singles and doubles, Albion - 14 I College had a successful tennis season in 1926. Sur- ' H A viving the conference elimination series, Holland, Al- I , if ' ri: i I bion, defeated Hahn, Albion, for the singles cham- I Q I pionship and the two then proceeded to romp over ' o, lj 1 g the Garbaugh brothers of Hillsdale for the conference M l I doubles title. lj. I At the end of the season eight letters were awarded, M E these going to the following: Bradshaw, Baldwin, V. V I Lawther, G. Schiltz, Hahn, Bradbury, Holland, and . I Maywood. ln accordance with rules ofthe National I l I Women's Athletic Association, no intercollegiate Il E competition was held for the co-eds. 13 I The squad this year is being coached byjames Hol- 5 land, M. I. A. A. titleist. Twelve men reported to i play a schedule of matches which includes Detroit tg Q . City College, W. S. N., Kalamazoo College, Battle . I CI'CCk College, Hillsdale, and U. of Detroit. CAPTAIN JAMES HOLLAND ld l . ' li Y - ,. l :ll ,gl Wlilllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll i 6TI"S77G,ia. 1.-., A --. ..t. ', ,- Page Our filllldffll Srzfrvl ffl? . X2 F511 25 gd -I ld li E+ 5 lt: if ll i L- ls l gel I, if .L A l Jn ul . F24 ,I fi li Ei Fl 1 il i H , lj' I QL A L B 1 or N gl A N ...... T1'3C1i Squad . Tap Row: COACH BE'rcH'rEL' ADLER' TEETERS' L. BARTLETT' BARLOW Middle Raw: MCCONNEL' BARCLAY' THOMPSON' THIBODEAUX' COURTRIGHT Lower Row: KLEIST' Homvuas' CAPTAIN Cnows' KEYES' CONRAD Q9 lg NSE: " CAPTAIN RALPH KEYES 1ClC Bolstered through the appearance of aspirants from the two lower classes, prospects for a well balanced track team were more prominent this spring than they have been in recent years. Headed by Captain Ralph Keyes and six of the twelve men who won letters last season, the team confronts a schedule of two dual meets, one triangular affair and entrance in the state and M. I. A. A. competition. Last year the thinclads lost to Hillsdale M. S. N., and C. S. N. placed fourth in the M. I. A. A. meet, and placed second in a triangular meet with Kalamazoo College and who broke state and M. I. A. A. records in the javelin and Holmes who Won the M. I. A. A. two-mile run. Letters were awarded Captain Crowe, ex-captain Holmes, captain- elect Keyes, Conrad Courtright Tyler, Bartlett Teeter, McConnell, Kleist, Barlow, Cretcher. Di .' lil Page One Hundrerl Eight V illlunlwluuialllllllllllnllnuuuuiiulllnannunlililIIllllllllullllIllIIIllllllllllllllillllliillllllll llillllnluuunlllullunullllllm ?1 F,-4 A -... ----A-,,, -.,,,4 4 4 ,Q ,,, ,,, ,. ,H,.,,,,.-. M fa 'A 744 3IlD:.f.f1l'f lil-Lia'-Zifffl'-Til' I ""l"m'plif,'f'f:.ffCf1Df'i"' f lf' 1 I I: l .1 f , ff-wez,T7'?f"'7?' 'A ' " 'fm I I f 4 U I 24 1 ,,. A ,ff .1 I-f W 6 ,U 6 ,j , f' M fggfff, ev, fi?" I . f, ' Ml' ' aff' 4 ff M? F I ll' .J 3 : f W 5779 991 ' 'MA f W l l I I X17 H, 4 A y, ,uf 77 . I N X4 .:, 4 H ,- IIA dal, .haw ,?7f f , K, I .1 f 2 a ' I ' I I I 1 ! 'l h fn 1 .. - 1 ' l - G .. Q f rr Q w FT 93 5 U . xl ' rm I-. D A- : 9 ' v I ro ' H I rn : 'D - I - 5 : o : 3. W A I I 2 5 9. I W' ' I I : 2 ' 94 a A 0 : .F I " H N' I 1 E 31 :. I I J? ffix A J .LC X W O C . , - I eq. - -W A- -A- lllulllnlullasnouulil ull Q A l. E5 l O lx-l l ll-!,fULlI-..-5 'TC' ' " 'TTZLEZIT' ' if f I n in I I I I I I I 5 I - T Cl Q I 21 be P' "1 lf an H ' Tlle A Club ' LESLIE HOFFMAN - ---- Prefidrnt , CLARENCE BOLDT - - - Secrehnly-Trenmrer C .. I- - TJ The A Club, founded more than ll decade ago, is One Of the most popular Clubs U On the Campus. It IS made up of men who have won 21 letter representing the college T IU any branch Of athletics or as the manager of an athletic team. I The purpose of the club is to organize the athletes of the College and bring about I J gl 21 greater interest IH clean sports. An annual meeting is held each spring. 'N I l Meinbers RUSSEL BABCOCK JOHN LAWTHER CHARLES BALDXVIN JAMES LIGHTBODY ' LEE BARTLETT JACK LOWRY LYNN BARTLETT CLARENCE LOZUAWAY JOHN BROMLEY MICHAEL PALERMO , SHERNVOOD BROXVN CHARLES PARKER ROBERT CAMPBELL VICTOR PECK RAYMOND CONRAD STANLEY PENZOTTI EDNVARD CARLSON BOYD ROBINSON RUSSEL COURTRIGIIT FREDERICK SAUER , 'JAMES CRETCIIER EDWARD SCHULTZ CLINCH CROCKER GORDON SCHILZ FLOYD DENSNIORE JOHN SCOTT HARRY CEOLDBIERG XVARREN SIIIELDS ERNEST GRAY ORVILLE SHUGG : DALLAS HIKRGER HONN'ARD TEETER 1 LESTER HAROER SYVER TIIINOSTAD 1 , JAMES HOLI.fSND ROBERT TYLER Q ' HOYT HONN'liI.L HARRY XVILLIAMS L Q 5 RALPII KEYES XVICTOR XVILLIAMS l .1 NTURLIN KULHAIAN PAUL XVINDI-Ili H J B U ' I 3 - nnungnnnnnnq 1111175353 1 .1 ,TXT QftruUJ5.T1DD1fgrcw1fyT1lUJ1U33ILI.u1f',ljA 1 , L ,NV 1 -ff ' - ----V-AW . W- Y, --., ,I Page Om- Humlred Nine I ,an J Wox ,IM .IN fl A-fl i-A ij QL., I aglfiglgh-5Il:l':f'L-'i,LT.,-ahve-Iklrgrgjjjilrfyztgli,A I R- v-My --g, -..- .-1-----.--,mwpf -A4 . of I I r"f'7 NELLER TR AUT PARSONS MORRISON MISS HAMILTON SMITH WALKLEY ORTHA SMITH - - ---- - Prerizient BERNICE NVALKLEY - Vice-Pfericient MARY ALIcE PARSONS - Tremzzrer FRANCES MORRISON Secretary DOROTHY NELLER - Hiking Marter LORRAINE TRAUT - Bzzfjfzerr Manager Womerzjs fltlzletic Associatiom Banded under the caption "W. A. A.," co-eds of the school, directed by Miss Leta Hamilton, instructor in physical education, have developed a strong program of athletics. Competition has been confined to intramural and inter-class Work as W. A. A. rules do not permit intercollegiate play. Functioning for a second year as an organization here, W. A. A. has conducted physical examinations, health talks, gymnastic demonstrations, hiking programs, and competition in basketball, indoor baseball, and tennis. Repeating their success of 1925, co-eds representing the class of 1929 again won the inter-class basketball title during the past season. At the close of the year, the title winners were given a banquet by members of the other three class teams, and were also presented a silver loving cup, donated by Miss Leta Hamilton. The mythi cal varsity team as selected, consisted of Mary Canslield QD, Ortha Smith UD, and osephine Richard ID forwards Bernice Walkley CID Ruth Parsons CID and Char lotte Goodrich CD, guards, substitutes Helen Webster II and Julie De ourno I f' K li II l l F I F i l l ,I I E . I - 'I 2 I J ' ' c , Q ' , , - 5 , 1 I , c J J cn. I I I PIR! Om' Hnmlrmf Ten I I 1 4 X 1 X ,.. T.. ,., '1 A 'QW' ' ' I " 'V 'y' 'Ay 1 H A I I 1 Q bk., .w,.g.v' fbi? ' ' af , 'f , , Q ' f G U i 1 4 W L H4 , 3. 1 'v w an 1 ' ' vw - 5' fs 4 H K9 + ' Y I 4 ' 7 -x 1 v x if sg, A1 1 1 v N ' s A I P n. vp J. . 4- . r Y I QQALEJXCQYNIANHD I '-4 Q E fa Q 1'-Q: Q ,I L 1 Ei 5 " !f ' if A' ' 1 f ' Eff L , N I ' W x 1 ' N, gg 'L f -,fj.,-Q14 - 1 Q. La-AWHTQE ml FGRENSICS EE ,W fag Ei 1:51 xl sql lillll O H xl dTlJirt DEDICATIGN . . Q0 , qgvofeggov SBQNU Seogcotl Sfeiggb Cwgoge acfige auf: foxafgufafaovf of afffgaf i5 fine ig Qxfgiog Qoffegf, i5 an ingfaivafiog fo affgig a55ociafe543 CQf9go5ecIuicQ58mFafgXar13vea3X gefio Hesev faifg a gfuevenb We 3e5icafS fge gxfgioniay of ninefeeg gun2:ve5 C1113 fcivenfg-gegeg Q WM, ' .V ' ,V ,,,.L.-,.i X .rg MCIITS Va1'sitY Debate Scluacl WALLS FOWLER ALDRICH BARTLETT ROGERS WILSON C. RYINGER CHAMBERLAIN DAMMON D. YINGER KEYES Men is Varsity Delna te! Winning three out of four debates Albion closed her State Debating League sched- ule with an average .75O. The question discussed was, "Resolved That this House endorses Mussolini's governmental principles." ln the first round on February 11, an Albion affirmative team Composed of Harold Wilson, Sherman Lawton, and Kenneth Bartlett won over W. S. N. C. here, while the negative composed of Clarence Dammon, Charles Rogers, and Richard Chamber- lin defeated M. S. N. C., there. Two weeks later another negative trio, Merrill Walls, Dempster Yinger, and Leonard Hoag defeated Calvin College in the first meeting with this school at Grand Rapids. February 25 an afhrmative group of Clement Yinger, Glenn Aldrich and Ralph Keyes lost to Hope College at Holland. Another victory was recorded in the win over DePauw University here, March 9, IU the Hrst meeting of the two schools since 1920. Kenneth Bartlett, Sherman Lawton, and Wilson made up the Albion strength. The second Big Ten team of the season was met in the dual contest with Purdue University of Indiana, March 18. An afhrmative combination of Rogers, Chamber- lain, and Bartlett lost at LaFayette, while the negative made up of Wilson, Lawton, and Kantner won on the local platform. Modification of the Volstead act was argued. M-. ,....,..-..---f-,--sY- , fin.-vi. :ini .l ll ll V, I" 5. ll I, ij l .1 .i s ' m'i13iCt.ElcCrs3if Q.. ffl .lj E i A 4 E 'fl 's i l k. L r C. Ci H l lfl V I. ,l ii i Pi yi, l ' n V. l i,l - 1, 1 , re . ,J i ..- P 1.1 l EZ r..l L L. l l 5 I 1 I l 1 if . LL..- W-. ,, it , ,....,.--,, , LQ, . -.----,.-,.,-A Un Hmirml Pourlcmz 1 .--C ,-.w ,X , f ff ff i -. f- . li I YYY ,.,v,.. nfgaf.. ,. l 1 . , lif5fgD 1n-mf'rdtl,'ilxfjl-Ng. g- N -g ?'d 1 I 'I W0111e11isVn1'sit Debate S uatl Y fl K . le l g . V Donor: PERRY Locxwoon PARSONS ELLIOTT Howes l Wocm-ioLz SLEIGHT O'KEEFE COMBELLACH BACHELOR BAXTER MCILVENNA l A' W ' V ' D L EJ omen s arszty e atej E Winning all their debates, Albion's Women debating teams closed a successful sea- son on March 24. Asking that the government enact a uniform marriage and divorce l A law, an Albion aliirmative team, Composed of Margaret Sleight, Dorothy Baxter, and Geraldine Elliott, defeated Wittenberg College of Ohio on March 17, and won over Denison University of Chillicothe, Ohio, the following evening on the same question. C: ' Butler College was defeated by the Albion negative team in Albion on March 24, Il Albion being represented by Ruth Parsons, Ruth Mcllvenna, and Adrea Lewis. Several other debates in Michigan were in line for the Co-ed arguers following their return from spring recess, these included M. S. C. and W. S. N. C. T' Vli1lf'7l'."' Page Our lllnnlml Fifli ' -.ev ,-e..M-,p,,-.,...,E.....,...,.,f7 Q if, , ,, f. , Y. . . - - en-, ll in l C' Val l Pl iff.:2i1f.':fi3'1:.f11...et"'rtm1'v?lf 1 - -' -1' Qz..--:YW Aff I. - , -Qtr if -a ',. i t .,.ff FYCSLHIHII Debate Scluacl CAMPBELL HowEs Hosrzai. PITKIN SMITH MARTENSON STEPHENS ANDERSON BAXTER PM-IL HEMBDT Fl.1'St Year Debate! Three debates were participated in by this year's freshmen teams. The affirmative Marvin Pahl, Nelson Hollen, and William Pitkin meeting Wittenberg College in Ohio on April 14, and the Ohio Wesleyan University freshmen the next evening, the 15th. On the latter afternoon, the Albion negative team metCincinna.ti University in Albion. This team was composed of David Anderson, Philip Hembdt, and Walter Hoshal. The question was the same as that used by the women, "Resolved that the govern- ment shoulcl enact a uniform marriage and divorce law." This was the first meeting of the University of Cincinnati on the debate platform. 45 .Li X lj l i E2 'Af ki :I i .I A f I P K3 1 , , 5 lj ll lil T u-4 lil lil 1,3 N lf 3 all l ,J E-' 1 vi ,fl 313 E? - Lv r Lf J lil l 65? . ki T l'? , j . f..! Ll , 1 I Cl tl .i Q15 3 I al lei sjf 5-I l ,, 5 lil l -i l li ' l l ll 5: F 'I a H lil Q L! U l,I H Q. Pixel ,..ia,g441.1QazffiiiehhiifjjqQeeeeieeaeeafasaeeaieti Page Ons Hundred Sixieen 4 ..... .. .... .... Qmteuormzamlp 3 Mas Cnsrcuza THERESA Comeau. cn Ora tory With the oratlon The Valley of Bones James Cretcher representmg Albion College won the state oratorical contest on March 4 held at Olix et Michigan Bw v1rtue of wmmng this contest Cretcher represented Albion 1n an interstate meet held at West Virginia Wesleyan University on Apr1l 1 He also pftrticipated in a civic oratorical league meet held at Washington and efferson Unixersitx on May 4. Albion won fourth place in the state women s oratorical contest llso held at Olivet with Theresa Combellach speaking on The Clarion Call Eeffa. Sigma Delta Slgma Rho is a national honorary forensic fraternity whose membership is limited to those who have represented the college credltably in inter collegiate debates or oratorical contests I-I I-Iembdt Prof H L Ewbank Student members include Kenneth Bartlett Richard Chamberlain Eugene Fowler Claude Kantner Harold Wilson Geraldine Elliott Adrea LCWIS An annual banquet is held each spring at which time new members are admitted ' JA ' A I . . D - . , J . - V I J, ' o Faculty members are, President john L. Seaton, Dean Robert Williams, Dr. Phil va p Hlllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Q lj a -"- ' " ' " 'T 'T' ' -'--Aer" " "W 'WT' V W A' Page One' Hu 11 nl Sncnleen fi 'fi 1 4, .s-L.-.,-fm -1 N-Ml..-.A ? Q. .... ,,,.,,, Y , ,A W ,V . FOWLER BARTLET1' CHAMBERLAIN fllbionjs SCCOJICI I1ll'6l'JlClfl.OJlCll Debate! ln her second international debate in two years, Albion met the University of Sydney, Australia on November 19, 1926. The Purple and Gold represented by Eugene Fowler, R. F. Chamberlain, and Kenneth Bartlett, took the negative of the question, "Resolved: that democracy is a failure." The debate was a no-decision affair, held in the Albion M. E. Church. M V 'X BARTLETT ELLIOTT KANTNER , U11i11e1'sity ofMichiga1z Debate! The University of Michigan and Albion clashed in debate for the first time in history, when a Michigan afhrmative team advocated repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment in the Albion College chapel on January 13, 1927. This was also a no- decision contest, Albion being represented by Claude Kantner, Miss Geraldine Elliot, and Kenneth Bartlett. . . ff .'ff'ee'v 'Ur' '1"'f-if' 'I"f'f'ft'57"'EfT-EiEAST? IT'-b -ir I.: ie . I I I I ILH1 .QQf1.1.',Q.QLLIffQ.-,.l1IAT1'f,QfQI,fl.IlfI.I. III 1 ' "Ii..iQiL1,1j ' i.1..15.,Q.i."1icfiig-- .Y - w- V,.4.M...X :,,..,-.,... . Page Om' Hlllldfffl Eighlcevl .fv- ,pw wJ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,-,,,,,.-. ,,..f'.,- 5, -, .3 5 N I 1 .5 ,-.KA sx 1 i -- H 1 f ii f-A L, LJ I C! 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DRAMA E3i f311:Lz1m1L1LmUJlu-1-1.Q- -,1. 1 L.,n,IAxg 5 X , , W , ,,,,,Q x, Pngr Om' llnmlrrfl Niurl SYVER C THINGSTAD P Qlpsaaafag I gget I D ramatzcs t For six years the dramatic s activities of Albion College under the able direction l of Miss Florence Swisher have successfully answered the need of all colle e entertain S , ment as well as affording training for those taking Part Activities this year have been numerous and strictly high class productions were I 1- resented The Show Cff la ed b the histrionic la ers In Williamston earl P P Y Y P Y Y ' -f'- ln lXOvember started the schedule Q The Detout by Owen Davis was given on the home stage by the beginning ,L class IH Inter retative Readlnff one ni ht anuar 18 and was ver leasin P an S Y Y P S . aruary 20 ames Barrie s Dear Brutus was lavcd by the advanced players ,l favorable comment ,. Other presentations Included The Neighbors presented at the Nurses Con It vention In Sheldon Hosp1ta1 during March home productions As You Like It . I- The Valiant The Little Stone House and The Dust of the Road given In li: the Methodist church In ackson April 17 4' L, Entrance has been made into the University Theatre tournament at Northwestern I University Evanston Ill along with nine universities competing for the Belasco l ws cup and a S250 prize J 1 Stephen Hardl Helen His Wife Kate Their Daughter Tom Lane Dana Lamont - Dora Lamont - Ben Glenny - Weinstein ake - Lo - - Purdie - MR. DEARTH - Mr. Coade - Matey - - Alice Dearth - Tll Detour ear rutus DON GABRIEL ANNA VARTY ADREA LEWIS MARIAN S HITT EDITH VANCAMP ESTHER YOUNG CLARENCE HARTUNG CHARLES PARKER BERNARD KOETHER GERALD PARKER MARY TAMBLYN DOROTHY NELLER ORTHA SMITH HAROLD BRISTOL LAWRENCE CHILDS CHARLES ROGERS HARRY WILLIAMS WENDELL BIRDSALL MARY DOUGLAS - GORDON HERRICK - PHIL MAY - REGINALD ELDRED - ALVIN NELLER - RAYMOND CONRAD - MARTHA WITTERS 1-rv-I ,Q Q A l B l O N l A N C lllllllllllllllllllllllIlia U l I iii i ' ' , w IJ I l I . . , . . . . . . 1 . . V - . - ' l 7 . . . . I lg U I ,, I L - ,, ' . . . . . . I El I A f I I 3 1 f, ' ' H :J H 9 - ' l-l J - ,J ' . 5 , , '- H Stage ehfects were exceptionally line and the pro uction received a great deal of ' l. - . fi . , ' '. N' T. ,H . ,, .' g in ,, . HH . , H I ,,. 1 il ,i D 7 I . 7 7 ' l L J . , . 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Q +1 . .1 K'-.if .5 I gf .I - .v . --,.a,.,A,-,- AA.. v xk.A.,J:.. 'A f.: " fri ' 5' 5-1 nj 5 m- --- g .f It A '-as 1115 L FJ 4 . . ,, , ,J - ,,,...--- -N , - ,, 'J '.,- ,A f zx if tlorofeggov EBQEE7 ogcoe Sfeiggu W . X -X , - - ff - 5, -,.... . ui! x ,Z- ,fiii--,..,f'X, ,.,f I I Y , ,,..,-..........,....e.a..,......,..........,., I F V K 'I I I K I JI K I-,f,I'l,...A,gj'y xI,lA XI ,A., 9 I sl YI Q-V W e -I e, 1-., I .. l'T'j'I'i' -at'tri-.'I'1'In1'I3-rf'On-TI3g4bJ T1eAlLio11 ' 'An Orgmziqzztiofz that Sifzgfu New and lasting friends have been gained for Old Albion throughout the state as , a result Of the Twentieth Concert season tour of the Glee Club. The Club, composed of twenty-Eve Inen, under the direction of Prof. Louis Row- -V I, be --J Ig? gl If I 5 j LI H gs IJ I I tl FI El ESI allege G A Club LQ4 , I I C: I I: 1 I-, If I LJ I I I land, conservatory head, and managed by Leslie Lee, has delighted audiences in -, 1 ,rv I many Michigan cities with their splendid work. Two extended trips were taken this year: the hrst at the Opening Of the second semester through northern Michigan and Ii ' the second during the week of spring vacation IH the western part. Many week-end I-I yaunts to nearby cities and an annual Home Concert complete their program. I I I . . . . . . if The program is varied by the introduction of many features including numbers by Il May and Neller, banjo artistsg Donald White, pianist, Bernard Dalrymple, trom- U bOn1stg and Clement Yinger, reader. Igl I I I L I Personnel Fira! Tenorf Firrt Bfzrfef if HOLLAND CAPPER KENNETH BURGESS PHIL T. MAY WIICTOR PECK 'II I ALLEN ELLIOTT CLARK ROGGIE I LESLIE G. LEE BATES WILLS I I LIONEL SLEEMAN SYVER THINGSTAD ig: Second Tezzorf .Yemmi Bauer gil FORREST SNYDER ALVIN NELLER Ili I HARLAN R. MCC CICERO MAUPIN FLOYD DENSMORE 0 BERNARD DALRYMPLE ALL I I I GEORGE HILL In WESLEY BRADBURN I DONALD C. GABRIEL I WALTER STRAIT - LLOYD RICHARDS N ENOS BUTENUTH I- DONALD F. WHITE, Accom anist PROF. LOUIS V. ROWLAND, Director 55 CLEMENT B. YINGER, Rea er LESLIE G. LEE, Manager I lei ' f .-.. , .I A3454 V"" , A . I " - :"f: I' 'T' fT'fi""w'Ts.TT " l1T:"'i "'1:I"jv'r'v-1111-I7'13'n'!'rIj"'V1'5QEITTI1 I INK' I 'e::T1g1:i1E:giii, -"ig, ' -1 1 IIIL ' " -".,-. 'O T of - ,JLRH Page One Hundred Tufrnly-four ..-,.,,.., ',.,..,...-,,, . , N., 1,.,,,4f-CJ Q, H, Y Y ,-.-V., ,Y i - .. -Af -. Iver I I ' I ew FK ' - - Q- '---TM TTT+Y -Q-W' ' 'T - fl l' ' i.l ' - . 5 ----.-,.--,.Y-L,..,-...,, ., fl-ifij3,l.l.EI,lIl'J'ICT.'Ll.l.l.L' l-LJJ..l.I Lui Lili "'W L- ly' l ls-fi l 2 - A I 'g'-','-'. I--- Eg-. -'LL.'..'-IJ..I.f L l . . . L gi V 'Lv' I'1 If: V1 -' E . .II l 'I - I l HI V I I I L3 I C l. i 51' I l I- I" l l L I1 1 I ' 'J , :LI . l . iz! I 4 ci I ldf I Vi ri I 'l i 7l i ,il T eAZIJ1'on ollege Co-EcfSi11ge1's l Chosen by competitive tryouts, the twenty-four girls of the Albion College Girls' Glee Club, make up a musical organization of high quality. y , Each year the Club visits the leading cities of the state in extended and week-end I trips, giving artistic and delightfully varied programs. This year, under the direc- , tion of Miss Valborg Leland, professor of violin, and managed by Dorothy Neller, , they enjoyed a highly successful season, appearing in northern and western Michigan. Concerts were aided materially by the new feature of having uniform costumes. Becoming variety was afforded the concerts by the assistance of Isabel King, reader, Helen Letts, pianist, Miss Valborg Leland, violinistg and the vocal soloists, Edna Davies, Helen Davis, and Kathleen White. Personnel , BERNICE KLEINHANS HELEN DAv1s Q .-I ELEANORE RUPRIGHT EULA DODDS l 'ff KATHLEEN XVHITE PRISCILLA KELLOGG 3 ' ' EDNA DAVIES ERMA SCOTT :I HELEN XVEBSTER , VI RUTH lVlOORE 2 1.1 I I ALBERTA PHILLIPS ' ESTHER Cool: ROSELLA LINK ARDA BEIILER JANIE SHOULTS BETTY COLLINGE ELIZABETH BURLINGAME KATHLEEN GLIDDON FLORENCE BRONVN MARGARE1' XVOOTON ORTHA SMITH DQROTIIY NELLER lVlARCILlNli ROHI3lNb GXVENDOLYN ANDREXVS , 'Q lsfxmzi, KING, Whistler, Reader Q jf HIil,IZN l.IyI'Ts, Piamst l fl V.-kI.BORU LIcI,.VxNn, Yiolinist QDIrectorj I I1 lyk. . l P x I ld, iefiiitfi' ' ' I fax l. N l A N i lllll IIllllllllllllllll!lj 1, ,... i 1'-. l 1"4 A fl 1 , 1 1 1 Q Q ' Q ' 4' A 350.11 19 f X p , 1 fr" T e OfCA6Sf1'd The Albion College Orchestra, an organization of thirty members under the direc tion of Miss Valborg Leland, professor of violin, has gone far towards its goal of giving practical training to the musicians of the town and College. The character of its work was demonstrated in the assistance given the Philharmonic society in presenting Handel's "Messiah," and in Chapel and Concert appearances "4 1 1 rlal l Vlollnf Josephine Marsh GOODRICH REED RUSSELL TROUTMAN NAOMI SHADLEY ROY DUMAS OLINE DEMAY PAUL KINGSLEY JOHN TUREK JOHN CHATELLE LEONARD I-IOAG MRS. FISHER ALICE MERIAM GENEVIEVE CRANSON GLADYS YVILSON PCFSOIIIIC1 Cello Mary Stewart ALICE CAMPBELL MARGARET STEIDLE String Barr WESLEY BRADBURN Trombone LAWRENCE LUDEMAN HAROLD ARNEY BERNARD DALRYMPLE Soloistl Saxophone ANNAMARIE GARLANGER PHYLLIS WALLWORTH 111 1 1 EDITH GRANT D 1 1 1 mmf W ir Vzolo ROBERT LEGG lo. I ENos BUTENUTH . 1 1' Puma l N 1 Flute 1 PROF. D. M. GILBERT HELEN LETTS ALLAN MORRIS I 'S '55-ijQTQC1Q1CTii'Lf1QAj1,,IjQ'.VLf2,:g,jgj'jfg'3'k.-IQUQFD 5 Q Qfw -7 IlllllllQllll-lllIllllllllll-!'ll,li- ll P4-J-':"' -- A-U me W- at Af A A Page One Hzmdrerl Twenty-tix lllllllllllliillllllllllfl llllllllltllilllluu x N, -A' ill A t E for N I A Ml if,-A ' I vffug-yi. rx: ,A I. ri .. I '- -Q a J-ev -1 V- ll. r .I ..I, T eAllJion College an ef- Essence of pep, nucleus of many celebrations, traveling companion of victorious teams, and an Organ1zatIon of AlbIon Boosters-that IS our Band. Twenty-eight men qualihed with instruments, a delight in good music, and a copious endowment of wInd under the direction of Mr. Clarence P. Bilhorn were moulded into one of the best musIcal Organizauons on the campus. A I y During the year they played at nearly all home athletic events, appeared twice iII chapel programs, gave an entire concert at Camp Custer and ended the season with the annual Home Concert. Corrzetx HAROLD LEWIS ROBERT BLACK CHARLES HAYDEN JOI-IN VARTY CHESTER SCOTT PCYSOIIIICI .fllX017Z70726J' FLOYD CHAPMAN LLOYD SNELLING EMERSON PORTER HAROLD BRIsTOL HOWARD TEETER .fozzmplrone ROBERT SCHUMAKER Trombouey GEORGE l-lEELs HAROLD ARNEY XV f l NORMAN CAMPBELL LEE BARTLETT L:::TLR STIEUT uh AN CLARENCE SCI-IARER GLEN PATTERSON f RENCE Umm BERNARD DALRYMPLE Clarifzen r 1 - . . EARL MILLER ff 0 710,15 D'1"'f-' HOWARD SMITH I-OWU ICHARD5 BERGER COPEMAN ,IOIIN LOGAN Baritone Tabu RUSSELL COUR'I'RIc.sH'I' DAVID ANDERSON ENOs Bu'I'ENu'I'II 'IOIIN GRAHAM Q1 Director, CLARENCE P. BILIIORN d I, jil YI- -,H Vin' wi? 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Til 1927AIJ1onlan ta Elected Sf ff ALLEN RENSHAW Edztor zn Cbze CLYDE A LAMPMAN Bnfznexf Manager HAROLD BRISTOL Anaczate Edztor RUTH PARSONS Auaczate Edztor RAYMOND BOWERS Auzytarzr Bzuznexf Manager OHN LUDWIG Amzxtant Bzuznefx Manage: E Itorlal t ff LESTER MANGE ex Aft Theme LOIS REIST Aft Tztley Art Title: Snap Edztor ALICE ROBB OIIN VARTY ESTHER WEIDENHAMMER EDWARD KILIAN GOODRICH REED RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN RICHARD HUNGERFORD CARL MARTENSON AJ.rz.rz'ant Snap Editor .fportx Mzmc Drama Fafenxzar Clubx Relzgzonf Ol ganzzqatzonx ASSISEHUCC of the Iournahsm class In prc-:pzIrIItIo1I of copy 118111658 St ff ETHEL KENNEDY Snbfcrzptzonx PHILLIP HEMBDT Advertzfzng HERBERT HELMKAMP Subfcrzptzons HARLOW STANKRAUFF Advertzxzng Page One Hundred Thirty IlnuualiusuulillllllulininluuuulilllllnnnuuullllilnlllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliilllllllIllllullllniunnununuluuullllllx IW Y I A MI I Y I D I II 'D' 'TTT 1 I I 1if TiTTI'm' he ' '3""f'i""T"T? xI"TE'l'T' 'TTi'I'IT'ifI,'f'Qj'-III''TFI'f7"' fjl4I A VI 'WIT 'TTI ' ' V 'Til' A' I"' W' A 1 I I ' ' AV P LI LI 24 I I I I, I 1 I I I I I I I I- I I I I gg Im I I . 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Q. 11 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 L .1 1 1 1 If 1 I 1 . 111 11 .!""f5-Pffl 1-1 1 'Y 4 111 1 I nr' ly.,-,f".,..f - 1 .ivan-L,-'wi' ."o W ' gl 4 v3sf-QR' ' 'f E11 1 A dmv' .1nLz!.' .A . 1.5-.Jw 11 1 111 , .1 1 .17-1 YH L -- -.1 2 .. , -' f f ff X A. , A 3' Q an ff 77 - iff .sv ' ' ' 7 1 -' 45 ,Q . ' , 1 x f . L- v.. . Q ,QQ ' 249' wh A . I Yin Q W.:-it Y A ,, . 1 ' nf - , . 25.511 A v far -1 " nr : 1, ,ga A-1 ,-'qi1..,.'-:l . .- J' Jfws' lib ' IllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Q--M-MQ-nab W Av-md! Page Ou: Humlrnl Tlnlrg'-me Page IOII O g6 Elfl Established in 1883 under the editorship of C. H. Gordon as a monthly magazine, the Albion College Pleiad has been issued as a monthly publication, a weekly news- paper, a bi-weekly magazine, a weekly magazine, until it reached its present size as a five-column weekly newspaper. With the presentation in printed form of a true picture of the student life of Albion College as its aim, the publication is issued under the direction of the instructor in journalism and in co-Operation with the journalism class. The staff is elected by the Publications council, a representative group chosen from the entire student body. Reporters come from the class in journalism. The Pleiad is a charter member of the Michigan Press Association, a member of the C. P. I. A., and this year obtained an honor rating from the National Press Association. It stands for the highest principles in college journalism and provides a laboratory of ractical experience for the members of the staff that intend to enter the newspaper eld. EDWARD C. KILIAN - LAWRENCE D. CHILDS - CARL MARTENSON - - ROBERT TYLER - - HARLOW F. STANKRAUFF STUART M. BOLHUIS - Elected St ff Reporting Stalin RICHARD HUNGERFORD RUTH PARSONS - - ROBERT TYLER - MARY ALICE PARSONS - REGINALD ELDRED - RAYMOND CONRAD HARRY WILLIAMS - RUTH GEDDES - - CLARK ROGGIE - HARLOW STANKRAUFF - ALLEN RENSHAW - - PROF. HOWARD G. BAKER Editor-in-Cbie - Business Manager - Associate Editor - - Associate Editor Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager - News Editor - Assistant News Editor - Debate Features Conservatory - Sports Organizations Dormitory Faculgf - Dranzatios - Column journalism Instructor ngqglglnggg-gllullnullllllIllllllllllil llllllllllllilllllluuulllnulnuulllllu, llllllllllllllllll illllllll-ll!! 4 QALBICDJNIAND ................... ,H IL' Ile ln! a f One Hundred Thirty-two E. be ! 7' 1 , .-:. w..v1w,,, -1 1. 355' 3 ff. P w 1 "-Lrg 515'- 'P yi 1 '. May. ,ie-lu ,5"a.f:1 - .f.'jw , r my - '.0 K .v ,K as-3 im, ': .s-V, L' f", :U 1, --- c 1? f I I. I. CY I 4 1. I 1. H4 ...V -..-, gf- r.' g JV 1 n F.. Q ,nv- :Q 4 x'N 1543.332 .,,. 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V, N1 Y Y Y f--v-e----'--"- ---4 M--A--'----v X- ,ky if I "N 'It ' I -E wk ll - V --7 1 , ,Q t- g1.:g1.:': ll f- at 2 ld 1' l Z .QI I'-l gl M11-I!2IE"""....1.I.J.'V.f.-TIIJIIT'ff, I N ' 'pai' "-'hmmm La- I IFE lm lil I . A 4 If l 3 ' .I l 'S ,I -T El l ill Fl lj l F l--I i :lf 1111 H I fx , ,J WINDER ADLER SMITH DR. CHICKERING LAWTHER CAPPER , RISLEY Cox FISHER Miss RoGERs Miss DRAKE M. PRICE STANKRAUFF fl lil ,J IQ1 IO ogzca lub g'g I - I . l THORN SMITH ----- Prerzdenf .YI I HELEN Cox - Vice-Prefident Q-f I JOHN LAWTHER - - .Yecretmy-Tren.r1zI'er I 1 i l 1 1 i In its present form, the Biological Club has existed since the division lf l ofthe "Science Association" in 1896. lf, I i I . . . . . . I5 . The purpose of the organization IS to give students particularly Inter- Q15 1 csted IH natural science a chance to come in touch with the latest scientific jj Q knowledge. 3 ' l Qualifications for membership are, an interest in Biology, no grade less l, Q than UB" during the preceding semester, a major or minor in the depart- Q ment, and recommendation by the department head. H lil l , I . A . I Mellmbers Q-li ljl DR. A. M. CHICKERING N Miss MARGARET M. DRAKE H Miss LOTTA M. ROGERS tel I-l SIDNEY ADLER PAUL RISLEY Q-Q HOLLAND CAPPER HARLow STANKRAUFF 522 FRANCES FISHER PAUL WINDER l-El I' MILDRED PRICE L. . I-l l .fl . - .,..t. L .t.. C51-1 A I. , p.- QLf:.fL.:g-WLT' TT'I'Tf"e,'2?1f 'piiifnhgcuviii:-'-'Stasted'ff1ZtiQTTEUj.QIII'2 . t L- . III ,X I I .JIct.,..-.-W-.--,..,,.L.,,,,.,-u Page One Humlred Thirty-six I I I.: I , I I KREBS XVEST LYNN BARTLETT BAIRD BURDICK SCHILTZ BARCLAY LAWTHER ADLER BAKER GOODELIOOT I CAPPER NOBLE Miss ENGLE DR. RANDALL SAUER DEYOE P. SMITH CARLISLE Fall Clzemical I I I , I CHARLES BARCLAY ----- Prerident I HELEN Cox - - Vice-Prerident ' ' I GEORGE HEELS ------ Secretary-T1'earurer I I The late Dr. Delos Fall in January 1897, Organized a club for the dis- I cussion of practical chemical problems. Increasing its sco e in the fall of I 1905 the club enlarged its field to include the science O physics, being , I called the Physico-Chemical club. p I Upon the opening of school in the fall of 1908, it was again re-organized I under the name of the McMillan Chemical club, later changed to the Fall r 1 Chemical club in honor of the founder. Students in advanced classes who have done "B" work in chemistry are eligible to membership. I SIDNEY ADLER WVALTER BAIRD LEE BARTLETT LYNN BARTLETT ROLAND BILLETER OREL BURDICK HOLLAND CAPPER M.CITll3C1'S DR. DAVID L. RANDALL Miss DOROTHY G. ENGLE JOHN CRONK BERNICE DEYOE KENNETH GOODEMOOT HOWARD KREBS 'JOHN LAWTHER HOEART MOORE MILDRED NOBLE I . I I I I I . 1 I I . . I : I I 1 I MILTON SCHARER N CARL SCHILZ I I I PAULINE SMITH I I THORN SMITH l HOWARD TEETER li XVAYLAND XVEST f HOWARD XVHITE I MARION CARLISLIE ROBERT SAUER I i I -l . - ,, I 4 "1'1jILT IT frI1I'I' I'ff,-Q Lf?f'l,'- z T ', Q' -, " I s V - , ,W I1 II -.1'lI- J: IL, Pagr Om' Ilnndrril Thirty-sewn ..- ..-.--Q-. - .,-. ..7.f M f. ,...-...Lf-1--. X. .... L, --' I I . , X. llj'lglWji1l.T' T"7J"'I'I'I'w'ET"'.L1.fl1i32-iff? 3, f ui, IQ lf I-I T I A.. In -B I 1. 5' Z V- le lx Q'l in lf. T BALLARD D. HVINGER COOPER REUSCI-I MARTENSON H. LEWIS F. LEWIS C. SCOTT MCILVENNA DR. HARROP MAGNOTTA ELLIOTT WARD ' .Q C asslca u gg Cl ' I Cl L 'Z BYRON BALLARD ----- Pretrident Q' CHARLOTTE COOPER - Vice-Prerident g BEULAH MAGNOTTA - .fecremzgf C. A. JACOKES - Treamrer 11 . II . , I That students might acquire a better background of Roman and Greek H life and a more comprehensive knowledge of the classical writers, the C Classical Club was organized in 1922. Lf? ' I The membership is limited to those students who have maintained a l' high standard of advanced work in the Classical Language department. . 5 lf' MCIIIDCIS P DR. A. H. HARROP "I ALLEN ELLIOTT HAROLD LEWIS LOUISA ROGERS GEORGE HILL MRS. WINIFRED LINDSAY HAZEL Ross HOMER HOWES RUTH MCILVENNA CHESTER SCOTT SHERMAN LAWTON CARL MARTENSON NELLIE WARD ' FRANCES LEWIS CECILE REUSCH DEMPSTER YINGER JOSEPHINE RICHARDS , I I .. ...LL E Fl. 1 " gg.ID,T.Q3' Ig-53Qfff' 'a .j-I J 7 I, If 741.-Lim LTrif1frf1"'LI':ft':f:r i'E1Tf'.DZI H' Page One Hunrlred Tbirty-eight -' -w 4, -fa--E-fd,-ef ee --f f' N" 93. ,Y 'I ,. E I? El fi P3 ll f il ,T 3 is I I LL... . - -... .,. 'l i I I' li 1 1 5 el .4 LJ fi I I t.. I '1 I I 3 EJ ,L MAL. Aux lt- :ii 5 s.-i......k JL- M. H L XYARTY E. ABBOTT PEATLING HAMILTON THRA LL WEIDENI-IARIMER ROBINSON PRAY ROGERS CLARK RENsHAw Hlx PROP. HILBERRX' HAYDEN PROP. EWBANK DR. HEMBDT MISS SNVISHER PARKS DEAN HTAASE MR. BAKER Con fI'lLlltO1'S 11119 RUSSELL B. PARKS ----- President GIANETTA PRAY - Vice-President MARY STEWART - - .Yecretafj-Trearzzrer The Contributors Club, organized in 1907 by Professor Woolbert, head of the English department, had twelve charter members. Present membership is limited to fifteen ofthe best writers of the college. The head ofthe English department nominates department majors who are then eligible for election by the club. The purpose ofthe club is to develop creative writing and further student interest in good literature. Mexiilmers DR. PHIL H. HENIBDT PROF. C. B. HILBERRE' Miss AUDREY K. XVILDER PROP. H. G. BAKER PROF. H. L. EWBANK MISS ROSE BALL DEAN RUTH HAASE Miss FLORENCE SWISHER ELAINE ABBOTT DOROTHY I-hx LUCILLE ROBINSON BARBARA CLARK FRANCES PEATLING EVELYN TI-IRALL LORENE HAMILTON ALLEN RENSHAW ANNA XVARTY MARG.ARET HAYDEN CIIARLES ROGERS NELLIE XVEIDENHAINIMER fwgnilrfi-I ef- A' A - L , V , Page One Hundred Tbirly-nine kl- .:....i,,....."XJ ' - ' , -.-E-.f-ei, . . , , . ew. .... A ee .1 ' - I R.. I I. - wl :hx -L, l I'1?1jtg-Ijilgi, il, PV. L, LJ l C! i .L-I. aw f,"i,Lz.QJ,.m.DTD.IuLL.L. W1Iu.LT"fI-'.4'Aff, . -tw--.aa-.-.N-.....-.-7 J.-N.....,-....,..---J - .J -- uf,-,-, N Lnlil Y, I-2 L-I HJ ' Lv U I l fl I I d N -n I 3 Ie! . I I In I Al I I Fi 51 I A i'4 ligi f f"I Ll ll' iii 5 as . I' 1 HJ , , . I lil l :Vi i iff 5 ' I I - Y If 1 NELLER N, REED L. HARGER LOVEJOY RVILLS RIARTY FINK PROP. PARKS RENSHAW BARCLAY SNYDER V: G. ABBOTT KENNEDH' DR. HALL FOWLER DR. MCCULLOCH MILLER RVEAVER I , . Ile FO1'llHl- llll7 i I CLARENCE BARCLAY - President f ' LESTER HARGER - - Vice-Prexidevzt ig I GWENDOLYN MILLER ---- Secretary-Tremurer fl I I 3 I The Forum Club was Organized in 1926 by the merging Of the Social .5 I and Political Science Clubs. It is a member of the International Relations .1 I Club, which has ZOO chapters in different parts Of the United States and is 'E l sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment Fund. fig l Membership is limited to twenty-live students, picked by the faculty ' ' members from students majoring in the departments of Sociology, Political Science, Economics, and History. fl I ll l Menmbers ii' l DR. A. NICCULLOCH DR. R. G. HALL PROP. W. W. XVHITEHOUSE PROF. DONALD PARKS i GERALDINE ABBOTT ALVIN NELLER MARION WEAVER if BYRON BALLARD CLARENCE BOLDT ALLEN ELLIOTT EUGENE FOWLER BYRON HAHN RICHARD HUNOERPORD IRENE KENNEDY WILLIAM LOVEJOY MARY MORRISON CHARLES NELSON BRUCE OSGOOD NORMAN REED ALLEN RENSHAW HELEN ROCKWELL RUTH SMITH FOREST SNYDER HARLOW STANKRAUFF JONATHAN XIARTY PRISCILLA WESTCOTT Afrocifzte Merrzberf GEORGE HILL CHARLES LEAVITT RUTH MCILVENNA ESTHER SCHOTT THOMAS STEVERMAN I 4-.Q1ififfifisgiiiii33.12.jf 2.17j1:Tf'.j lL"ZE:mm1irI:ui '-f.LL'rccn312".U.LEcI'-TIITQiillqlf if Page One H1mJreIf Forty fl We I R ..--- VT-A ' A. 'f'fN XS l. E1 l K3 l IQ. lNlJIll:llml1lIL,1g1f.E l':f'fLf new In 'Fi l I ,', 5 wil 1 l I lll l lil l I i , f , l 'rf l .5 l 'f l lil I -l IEE: 1 lil I '- l n I I I il ' l fi 1 ill f 7 I I PAI-II. TIAIWAITI-:S HAGGITT lVflSS GOODRICII MAGNOTTA HOAG CHILDS CELVER ROGERS ULBRIOI-IT BUCK MISS REIGEL WOCIII-IOLZ G. ABBOTT SLEIGHT fl ren all ul? ' GERTRUDE BUCK ---- Pzwidefzf 1 la R fSSELL PARKS - Vice-Preridezzr L :Q I'ER'fI. IVIARKER Secremrw' l '3' ARTHUR TIIWAITES - Treiamrer 'X N Le Cercle Francias was organized in 1913 under the direction Of Dr. I ,Lf Freder.Ck Lutz. lt was proposed to teach the members Something about Q f the literature, customs, habits, School system, and general civilization of l 3 France, and to encourage the use of conversational French. I. To be eligible for membership, a lirst year Student must be doing "A" , Work and an advanced student must be doing "B" work in French. l l f l ' MeI11be1's PRoI'. D. M. GILBERT MISS HELEN R. GOODRICH ' MR. BLAKE CRIDER MISS ROBERTA M. RIEGEL N ELAINE ABBOTT ESTIHIER HOAGLIN ALICE Roma GERALDINE ABBOTT MARION KINORIAN IVIARCILENE ROBBINS EVELYN BECKER HELEN LETTS CLARA ROGERS HARVEX' BIGGS FRANCES LEWIS IQATHERINE ROOD HELEN BUNI-:ER lX'IARGARE'I' LITTLE ROBERT SHIPP LAWRENCE CHILDS GLENN IVIACEACHRAN lX'IARGARILT SLEIG IIT MIARX' CULVER BEULAII MAGNOTT'.N TIIORN SMITH R'IRGlNlA FULLER BRUCE OSOOOD NIARY STEVVART YVONNE H.AGGlT'I' NIARVIN PAHL GR.NCE ULDRIOIIT Lois HEATH BEATRICE PAULLEY .'xLBER'l'.-X XVOCIIHOLZ LEONARD HL3.4KQv FILLEN RENSIIAW H.XRRX' XYORTII ss- fd1-TI-I-I-rnfwTrI'I1Tjrrrn-I-rvrr-Tw-.-re'eI1 I "ff' I -,I IflffrotmiCI1'D1iIic:r1:rrfcTlYf!13,Y V 1,4 ,,-,,I.ig?.'------- '-ff-'---- ---W - - f - -- V I xl . ' 4, I ,L - - I ,,,,,, .., ,-..,, --..T, Y - ,L-.in A, .Y-.-. . Pugz' Our Hurnfrril Forly out N-an -1--Q, - J -VN -, ,, ,,,,A,,,,- .,..,.x,.h, V L, , .Q - I . -A . , K W 1 t X My I fig. I , I V11 4, 5 ilWLfQ:I3j'IIT'tI'1"r'm'1j5Iff-"F'F1:1jrEE,' ' l GOETZ ADLER KINGSLEY KING GRIEDER LINK LUDWIG Miss REIGEL DARLING C1771 C111 IUL JOHN LUDWIG ---- - Prexident ROLAND BILLETER ----- Secretary-Trcafurer The German Club was founded in 1919 to acquaint students interested in the German language with the customs and institutions of that country. 4- 4,4 1 Q.. RJ v E! 3:5 Ll I l 1 5 il J li Q lf B Ei If fl Pl ,X Ii ,-I U Ei: Ll l I fc ,Ni itat' , . Cl l 5 'ul il .A I wel 'I 1-1 Requirements for membership are A In first year Work or B in the fi second year course. At the meetings practice is given in German conversa- tiong biographies and stories read by members Of the club also are included Q, in the programs. J r. 2 lei I fl Members lf DR. FREDERICK LUTz I PROP. D. GILBERT d Miss ROBERTA REIGEL 3 CHARLES ADLER ROBERT GOETZ Q SIDNEY ADLER HULDAH GRIEDER 3 ETHEL BEHLING JOHN KING 'f HAROLD BRISTOL PAUL KINGSLEY ' LEONA DARLING HELEN KRUEGER ROBERT FLEMING ROSELLA LINK y BEULAH MAGNOTTA if :I l -.,,,.I "3 --, 1 ffif!Ij21T-QQ'l"i'g7"'?'Cl"f1W:Q1'T I I S I HQIT II' 1 K4 'U lily? V--W 'A-H V- , , --T if -- f " Page One Hundred Forty-two -MLA-.fkt N, , u ? 1 1 F-5- A .r'If A , -me--4---W L. ,hlglv A L Er l if QV: l fl. fi ll ,"u211'1Q1.1jQ::.L5r51:L ,L i. --- l EE' i K-f Pl Fi T ll 23 ' 1 H 'L . I': fjl lj ll: ii fl L li: 1 igg 5 :ji E 1 cl 1 L- I id , :Br 'Q LJ l.l Q fi? . Q l r. l'x fl T CStandingD STRAIT L. ROGERS PEATLING BAUER THRALL M1ssSw1sHER BURNETT A. ELLIOTT MAJOR XVITTERS W1LL1AMs NELLER l tseafedp :il MAY ANDERSON CONRAD A. MONROE HERRICK ELDRED I .-l ,i n 4 u , VT ISILFIOIIIC Club l lj Members of the advanced drama classes are eligible to membership in the 1 I-listrionic Club, founded by Miss Florence Swisher in the spring of1923. l- . . . l H The purposes of the club are to acquamt the student with the best in l dramatic literature, to develop critical taste in stage designing, lighting, L Pj costuming, and acting, and to afford practice in presenting plays to the Pl public. ,Aj In 1924, under Miss Swisher's supervision, the Historionic Players Q! appeared in New York in the contest for the Belasco cup and were given , H the highest rank awarded any college group. l l ' Ill 1 lj Menmbers if Miss FLORENCE SWISHER 1 Ai , 5- NORBIAN ANDERSON PHIL MAX' f GLADYS BAUER ANNA MONROE lj ELIZABETH BURNETT A1.v1N NELLER I l-' RAYMOND CONRAD FRANCES PEATLINO 4 REOINALD ELDRED LOUISA ROGERS 1 .p ALLEN ELLIOTT l 1 4 GORDON HERRICK XVALTER STRAIT DAISY XVILLIAMS ZURA MAJOR MARTHA W1T'rERs m-rv:m:' nL 1017311 J Tl L 11 J W- -it tiff jl Vg. xl.,-.T Gfrttrvlunumnrv-nTfiT-mf Veto f ii T I Lis- lll1Xx16i ff-X xx fl 1 .L w . in ,,,. --L-, -M .i..-,,-.fx kv . I 'C ', ' ' I F""""' """' , , I , I, , ll ,l.,-,,,,,,-.-,,.,,,,,N l ' " " Vlllqllllltil 14 4 L, I L , , I , v -AA . k IW kfxqn ----H fu.-- .fr ..,.-.-,,...L wi RISINGER SHOULTS LONG ZIMBIERMAN MERCER CAMPBELL BENTLEY MOULTON TowNsEND WHITNEX' HEATHCOCK RODGERS MISS DEAN MISS CROSBY GILBERT BEHLING 01716 COIlOIlliCS IUL DORIS CAMPBELL ----- Prefident Lois WHITNEY - Vice-President EDITH BENTLEY - Secretmjf PAULINE RODGERS ----- Treafzzrer In order to furnish practical knowledge and experience in Home Econ- omics work and to bring together the girls majoring in the department, the Home Economics Club was organized in 1918, shortly after the estab- lishment of the department in Albion College. Mrs. G. E. Arnold, head ofthe department, was the first club advisor. Membership was originally limited to fifteen. In 1924, however, the membership was extended to include all girls of the three upper classes doing "B" work and majoring in the Home Economics department. Members MIss BERNICE L. CRosBY Miss ANNIE G. DEAN ETHEL BEHLING MARION CARLISLE GERTRUDE GILBERT LETHA HEATHCOCK THELMA LONG MARGARET MERCER MARY MOULTON FRANCES RISINGER JANIE SHOULTS ALTA TOWNSEND VERNITA ZIMMERMAN Page One Hundred Forty-four I , ' Q 'Z"lf:i7L'rftv1'eR'fi1I'-'f-f'rr'I I ll I I I I I at 1 I I r kxx x Latimer. A l. E5 l Q N I ,CX l'AllUEm1m- I.11.ctg:r4:v1.ge7ii 1 ga sf T gh I Q l C H WY lj I I JACOKES HIEBER BACHELOR XVYLIE BOVVERS F. MOORE H. XVILSON DOOLITTLE SEBASTIAN TRAUT MCILVENNA SCHLISKEY PROF. SLEIGHT M. PARSONS RICHARDS RAIDLE a th ematzics Club HAROLD WILSON - - ' ' ' Pl'6.ffdElZl' DOROTHY KENNEDX' - Vive-Praridenr THELMA RAIDL1-L - - - - - fecrermjv-Treafzfrer Fourteen students met with Prof. E. R. Sleight in 1911 and laid the foundation of the Mathematics Club. Since then, one hundred twenty-two members have gained a broader knowledge of the teaching of mathematics and a more thorough understanding of certain phases of mathematical science. Membership in the club is limited to those who have had two years of mathematics, are majoring in the Subject, and have maintained a scholastic average of Menibers PROIE. E. R. SLEIGHT MR. G. H. HICKOX LIINA BACHELOR RAYMOND BOWERS HAROLD BRISTOL RALPH DOOLITTLE HELEN HIEEER EUGENE HOUCK C. A. JACOKES FRANCIS MOORE . I - .1. RUTH MClI.VENN1X HARLAN MCCALL MARX' ALICE PARSONS IIOSEPHINE RICHARD HUGH SEBASTIAN DOROTHY SCHLISKEY LORRAINE TRAUT LAXVRENCE XVYLIE 4 C . I'i -1 E- ...M 5, f'f'ii.T V'EI,ETIC'LI xgjifi if JW ie, 7 1Up1:IfI1mE1urLr-1fgLfJ5,51:,1- 5 'N Pugi' Om' Hznzrlrvrl Folly ZR PAUL WINDER . fgiw-""",4X' 'C f- TTTT-' Milf 1 ' ' 1 I 5 2, I NDI? m TIP" T A , ' . 1 ',LuFIlIV'.LL7I.E1f'.I'iIEf"Q'l tort T 'M i' ' " 'W' ' "Ai " iilfflf 'fi I J 'i I l 3 i . 5 il lm fi El H HADLEX' WINDER PINK HARRIS BAIRD KING .El THWAITES COWEN KREES CHILDS STRAIT SMITH BURDICK HILL F1 BROWN TUREK BRISTOL MR, SPENCER DR. Roon KING SPAULDING WHITE W Ll lil 1 E 3 , 'l yslca esearclz Zulu it - ARTHUR BAECOCK - - - - Prerident HAROLD BRISTOL Vice-Prexidezzt 1 PAULINE SMITH ----- Secretary-Treaszarer if The Physical Research Club is limited to Department Instructors and students who have completed two semesters of college physics and are CI . pursuing advanced work in the department. 2 The object of the club is to keep its members in touch with the progress and discoveries which are being made in the laboratories of the world. Q l El , I V 'J Menmbers A PROF. C. E. ROOD MR. RAYMOND G. SPENCER WVALTER BAIRD CHARLES BARCLAY KENNETH HADLE1' CARL SCHILZ FREEMAN BROWN W. L. HARRIS HOWARD SMITH I3 OREL BURDICK HORACE HILL ROY SPAULDING L.. LAWRENCE CHILDS JOHN KING WALTER STRAIT I I STANLEY COWEN STUART KING ARTHUR THWAITES gl' HELEN Cox WILLIAM KREBS HOWARD WHITE Fl RUSSELL FINK JAMES LIGHTBODY T I A .15 -WL .H , ,L ' ,, ' - "Qi T L'-5 'ng i nrxb Q '77 'if CiTiUfi!l'CUQE" YQiW'VgT3lTlHT!'H l I USS Y LUJI1 HT' I , ' M , Y A I W-Y Y .. HV Y . I A A A - AA- :...:.-.,,...+ I .I Page One Hilndffd Forty-six ,. .-.S K-.I L - 5 :ix ,R I 41x'II+-- A Y - -- L . - f-lx L P' l N : Lx I Al lf ,f'3TgIgiijif"e'T FT-I' N' '-"-Vi' . 1""'q 'g" "W" "' 1 A'U' El lj le l I P 'I J if CA. I '- Y I l I C L: Cl . H I Fl T , l " . FI Qi I . . l I"l A A XVARD MR. CRIDER ROcIcwELL LEXVIS QUINLAN GEDDES 1-I BENTLEY Buck: ADAIR SPAULDING PENZOTTI HOGLE KINGMAN H ij 1:5 Panzsh CIIIIJ I THORN SMITH ---- - - Prerideut x D RUTH STAKES Vice-Prerident LJ H ANITA HOGLE tfecrefmjm' I if DAVID ANDERSON ----- Trea.r1zI'eI' . LAI ef With the two-fold purpose of aiding IES members 11'1 the use of the tj Spanish language and of acquainting them with the life and customs of I d these people, the Spanish Club was organized in 1921. Il' The Club meets Once 21 month and its membership is limited to twenty- '-I five Students maloring or minoring in the department and having a P scholastic record of f: p Members l PROT. D. M. GILBERT MISS HELEN R. GOODRICH MR. BLAKE CRIDER lj MARGARET ADAIR RUTH GEDDES ALICE Roma I I Q EDITH BENTLEY MARION KINGNIIAN HELEN ROCKWELL Q HELEN BILES FRANCES LEWIS CHARLES ROGERS ,j EMMETT BRocIcI.EnANIc MARION PENZOTTI ESTHER SCHOTT , GERTRUDE BUCK HOLLIS QUINLAN ROY SPAULDING FRANK COLE NORLIAN REED NELLIE XVARD L. 4 I lf If l' P A , . . C... 1----.,-, -, -U , . , I ffg ..L!lXD..D1.1 'T-J'lTffl1L7fLffl7li'II li, 7 'I f 'I " 1 "UAT 5'-f'-1 l- 3 Vi 'T 'W-Y lv I Lf-jr -IL . l f' I' lyllxi..-,..E..L,...., ,,,L,, .t,..L r.L . S! Page Om' Humlmz' Forty sewn fx Z . 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I I - M----M - L. . , 5 I A wi ,,l4gI:,Iif3I::::r'-,T::U re ' " E' M" 1 U f' Y Q , 1 I . i . 1 I 1 G . 7 I ' S I l FULLER BAUER ROGERS BROXHOLM STURTEVANT GRAX' M.ARSH HAYDEN PRAY V l CIIIIICIJZIIIC ouncz i ISABEL KING of Delta Gamma ----- Prefielezzt VIRGINIA FULLER of Alpha Xi Delta - - Secretafy-Trearzzrei' JOSEPHINE MARSH of Alpha Chi Omega - .Ytzalefzt Senate Reprefentatizfe Organized since 1917, the Panhellenic Council has functioned in many fields endorsing the activities of the College, carrying out National Panhellenic Congress recommendations, and regulating sorority activities. This organization of two rep resentatives from each of the sororities, With their presidents and advisors, as ex officio members, meets at call and every spring has an intersorority banquet. ' Alpha Cb! Omega Delta Gamma '-1 QIOSEPHINE MARSH MARGARET HAYDEN i 'j MARJORIE STURTEVANT ISABEL KING ' 'J 'J . ' -f Alpha X1 Delta Kappa Delta I ", 3 3 GLADYS BAUER .IOSEPHINE GRAY l ' I VIRGINIA FULLER TIIEO BROXHOLM 1 . Q A Clirzoan Corinthian I Lf GIANETTA PRAY MILDRED FREEMAN Q LoUIsA ROGERS BERNICE KLEINHANS i .awww will-Al'eiLT.,i1T,' 17, ,Q . 7 I it l A ...N - , , ,r,N..,,,,.,-i... Page Om' Humlrerl Fifty-two , . , A ' ...V , ...N H ' N! ,f-LKXTQ, N O -4 , , , I ',gQfi ai.Xll,VlfAQI ln- 23 I I" f CONRAD NELLER l'lOXVELL CAMPBELL MAY ROGERS HOFFMAN RENSI-IAw LIGI-ITIsOm' XVILLIAMS ntez' raternity Counci ALLEN RENSHAW of Delta Sigma Phi - - - Prefident JAMES LIGHTBODY of Alpha Tau Omega - Vice-Prefident ROBERT CAMPBELL of Sigma Chi - - - .Sw6C!'6fdl:j'-Tf6dJ2ll't!' RAYMOND CONRAD of Delta Tau Delta - jlimlezzt .Slemzte Rep1'e.rer1tafiI'e With two representatives from each national fraternity as members, the local Inter- fraternity Council, since its reorganization in 1920, has benefitted the organizations through the regulation of pledging, carrying out the rules of the National Inter- fraternity Conference, and planning the annual banquet. MCIIILCIS Alpha Tull 01114211 LESLIE HOFFMAN IAMES LIGHTBODY Delta Tim Deltil HIKRRX' XVILLIAMS RAYMOND CONRAD .figrmz N11 PHIL MAY CHARLES ROGERS Sicgma Cbi ROBERT CAMPBELL VICTOR NAGLE Delta .Slilgrzm Phi ALLEN RENSIIAW ALVIN NELLER I Pugr Om' llumlred Fifiy-Ibn! 'm 1 " if '-. mv -"' . ,Fam n 1 r, 1 v V5'-1 1' ' IS. ,. ,, I 9, , , W X a 1 Q . I , .fyv ,. ,U 7 -'W'-5 M my ,f ,JI f 2 , . v i A. 'U ,1 " 'V 'L J 'SQ -, :.."1.1j Q fbi 4,2 -v i wi- ,I E ' , L u v :fi I. X Q, ,gm -W 'Q if' f- in G, Y . :gg K, . . 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WILDER ELAINE ABBOTT 27 BETTY BURNETT 27 MARGARET HAYDEN 27 FRANCES PEATLING 27 GERALDINE ABBOTT 28 MARION ALGER 28 CHARLOTTE COOPER 28 RUTH DEAN 28 ISABEL KING 28 MARGARET LITTLE LOUISE ASHLEY 30 DOROTHY BAXTER 30 FRANCES CAMERON 30 MARJORIE CROSS 30 MARY DOUGLASS KATHLEEN EWBANK 30 ANITA HOGLE 30 One Hundred Fifty-eight ctive Mem ers MARION MARFILEUS 28 GWENDOLYN ANDREWS 29 DOROTHY LEECH 29 MARGARET MERCER 29 DOROTHY NELLER 29 ELIZABETH PRICE 29 ORTHA SMITH 429 MARY TAMBLYN 29 ESTHER YOUNG 29 Pledges MARGARET MCCOY RUTH MOORE 30 MARY NIFFENEGGER 30 CECILE POLLOCK BARBARA ROWE 30 MARY SEATON 30 GLADYS WILSON gi I JD' I- O0 C O I Z IP Z 33' In-llIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllilE lllllllll'l'lllllllllIilIllll-l C-'17 ----?-A--A4 V -4-- -AH--- - S A--f X -- - EQ,:jQ:11"1g1:OrL:I::gI:I::-1 -2:11--z1g..:V-,1E,-C- I' ' - frigl 'J cn U1 P-I P-l P4 O O F' E . U z ' . s TSS" B5 'IV L, D2- Q G- 'Nh Q 5 A E E3 : O : 4 - IE E U Q E m 3 . -' -. ' n ' ' " .. 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Fazenileel at Virginia State Normal College Farmville Virginia 1897 SIGMA PI CHAPTER-Eftablifbeei 1923 COLORS Olive Green and Wbite FLOWER White Rafe PUBLICATION The Angelof Faculty Members ANNIE DEAN HELEN GOODRICH ctlve Mem ers THELMA RAIDLE 29 FRANCES RISINGER 29 ANIE SHOULTS 29 FRANCES SPRING 29 ALTA TOWNSEND 29 HELEN WEBSTER 29 EUNELLA WING 29 THEO BROXHOLM 27 BENIDA MADILL 27 ESTHER WOOTON 27 MARGARET ADAIR 28 HELEN COX 28 FRANCES LEWIS 28 BERYL MARKER 28 HELEN BILES 29 HANNAH ABRAMSEN 3 EVELYN BECKER 30 OLINE DE MAY 30 OSEPHINE GRAY 29 GRACE LINDSAY 29 RUTH GEDDES 30 MARIAN HALLSTED 30 MARGARET WOOTON 30 FRANCES MORRISON 29 MARGARET NASH 29 Pledges MILDRED LAHSER 30 ESTHER LEARY 30 Page One Hundred Sixty ff- GX al- SLB . Ill illlill EQ1'-.ff?E5EE'I1I:'f--we-If-vFEE5EIfI::2- ?Y2I1Qi21igI:E-2323412117F225HE7Ef5ffl 0 F ' V . 34 IE 1 P-'X I I 1 ji g L4 I -I m ! I 5 J F . gli , Z ' E ' U , . E . EAW' ' ' TI. ' , M . P kj S xl cz- C2 ' Y : " E L4 ,E Z ' 3.1 . F ' E I ' ... E .E . . 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I' J 211 Fozmeleel at Mzamz Uezzvemzq, Oxford, Olazo, 1855 ' L ALPHA PI CHAPTER-EJmbliJbed1886 '- COLORS: Blue and Gold ' if. FLOWER: White Rafe PUBLICATION: "Alpha Pi Bulletin" EI VJ '-' Faculty Memlaer 5 ,X DUDLEIGH VERNOR 5' 1,5 . "4- J Actlve Members I , gig SHERWOOD BROWN, '27 BRADIORD BROCKWAY, '29 'C' ' E' ROBERT CAMPBELL, '27 EDWARD BULLOCK, '29 I 1 fi? RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN, '27 WM, CUMMINGS, '29 Vj I 'fi HOYT HOWELL, 271 KENNETH HADLEY, '29 1 1- SUSSEL JISIHNSTOIJE 27 CLARENCE HARTUNG, '29 4 ,ij HICTOR EAGLE: Z2 EUGENE HOUCK, '29 3 OLLIS QUINLANI 7 STEWART KING, '29 , gl: LAWRENCE BILLINGS, '28 HOBART MOORE, '29 gi 4,4 CLARENCE BOLDT, '28 ROBERT SAUER, '29 C I Q.-3 EMMET BROCKLEBANK, '28 ROY SPAULDING, '29 ' J HORACE HILL, '28 HOWARD TEETER, '29 ' EAURLIN I3G'HLMA3'8 28 ROBERT BLACK, '30 ' 5:1 DMUND ARD' HOWARD BRADLEY, '30 E I LEE BARTLETT, '29 DICKERSON NOWLIN, '30 f-1 LYNN BARTLETT, '29 CHARLES PARKER, '30 I ij J 4, ,ROBERT SHIPP, '30 I F- 3 Pledges , Iii JAMES CORWIN, '30 JOHN KALE, '30 I P-I WILSON DALZELL, '30 DEANE KULP, '30 ' JACK FINLAYSON, '30 BURCHARD LUDLOW, '30 E nj WARD GULLANDER, '30 CHARLES MENSING, '30 5 'Jil CHARLES HAYDEN, '30 LADD TUREK, '30 : ..A : ,J u 2 'I E 1 J 'WT X ! 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'LT f-JJ.J3rmi7giif'Q-..T5:i f ' ' ' ' Pugr Om' Illrmlrml Srrrntg r 13 CC Q Eiogifon Founded dt Illinois Wexleydn Unioemizy A Bloomington Ulinoix 1899 I- OMEG . .T . C 5 FLOWER: Red Carnation :ix ' ' .5 CHARLES . BARCLAY, -1 WILLIAM LOVEJOY, '27 . NORRIS ASLINE, '28 C, 11, . 5:1 I 1 ! -1 RALPH C. KEYES, '28 E CLYDE A. LAMPMAN, I Vi HAROLD NEEF, '28 I V, 4 I WALTER W. STRAIT, ' I CLEMENT B. YINGER, 4 lj F1 Ll I P I- V I Fx ,J T 1 'fi 12 111 I I :sg Q- EL P, ,.. KENNETH B. DE OME, '28 WENDELL O. EDWARDS, '28 ALLEN R. ELLIOTT, '28 'N WILLIAM G. HART, '28 28 '28 A CHAPTER-Extezbliihed 1927 OLORS: Claeujf and Grey PUBLICATION: The Teke ctive .Mem CIS '27 RAYMOND W. BOWERS, '29 HOWARD CRANMORE, '29 HERBERT O. HELMKAMP, '29 ERNEST W. OHNS, '29 NORMAN X. LYON, '29 JOHN E. MARVIN, '29 LAURENCE WYLIE,' '29 DEMPSTER B. YINGER, '29 '28 KENT CLAPP, '30 RAY MARKEL, '30 - L. LLOYD SMITH, '30 RUPERT STEPHENS, '30 BRUCE W. STARR, '30 Pledges WILLIAM KREBS, '28 BYRON BROWN, '30 HUBERT HOWE, '30 ORVILLE SI-IUGG, '30 ll lllilllli lilll llllllllillllllllllllillllllii li , Q1 A L S I O N 1 A N 11:23, I I ue T W gel 'I fi N, 1,3 . gi-Qi 112 I gm H se' If' Ei It 1: I: 4 'I lie 1 'I ina GM G d 1:2 If 1 " 1 7 11 aw 222 , mi -- H 1 :ff 3" A 1, Q! N " I mi lf' " J is L. 716 LJ --- -L 2.-. Page One Hundred Seventy-six U I unlullnu n u--u --unn llllllllli ls I xl I 1 -J L 'W I l. . U 5 F: L d l El E F "1 I' W- 1 '1 V, V s Pi C-4 kv, tn, X- H Fr E ij? H1 E Q-1 5:1 Hi Et ga r H Q E5 LJ if H H A? I '1 Fl rw EL Y: E 91 E, ,- 3 f-xl' L1-,wk , X Y H ' 'y X ' "1 ' 1 Z' '- ', , T ' X G ff,fAf1Mwf' 1 - I.. Q7 Z fluff' j L l'gil:W".-W T-A-,H J 4, J " ' - - ' r . 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HALL A A L6TIIE5BACHEL'O"l'i, '27 BYRON BALLARD, '27 GERTRUDE BUCK, '27 WESLEY BRADBURN, '27 HAROLD:-BI-XON, '27 FLOYD FOUGHT, '27 DOROTHY HIX, '27 'i DORIS NORMANDEAU, '27 NELLIE WARD, '27 KENNETH GOODEMOOT, YVONNE HAGGIT, '28 STELLA HEATH, '28 ctive Members LETHA HEATHCOCK, '28 HELEN ROCKWELL, '28 HOWARD WHITE, '28 WHYLE WILCOX, '28 ' LUNA BACHELLOR, '29 ARCHIE BAHM, '29 ,, THERESA COMBELLACH, '29 LOIS HEATH, '29 CARL MARTENSON, '29 '28 ' PERCY MILLS, '29 . H EARL MUTCI-I, '29 HELEN SIMKINS, '29 LYLE EGGLESTON, '30 ' Pledges FRANCIS MOORE, '28 ELVA MCCLINTIC, '30 GEORGE JONES, '29 LIONEL SLEEMAN, '30 ENOS BUTENUTH, '30 BAUL XVILCOX, '30 I eT1RgLiiUFW5IG Page One Hundred Seventy eight .fi 173 7 S3 Cl E rl I-,I 3 QI Ei R1 W'-Q "z 'M 1 1 ' a Wi .. Q, , , xglvyz: . W , rf- if wb w 4' A 'rv sf- 4, . r ff .,-WE 5 Q . 4 I A 6 4. , 4 , .-.f nc- A v r P f gif: di 42 ,..- .X n.5 ,F ..- x',,'5Y.. 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Prlgz' One Hzuulrcrl Eigbly -,,,, , ,,w,--,,,,.-- , ,1 L.,- -.X,,,,.v,,,, , -f QALBiONl'AN4D cReli3ious Organizations E ......... .... ......... ...... ...... ..--u...--..-.ri O HJJEI .f --. .-, wkn K-NR,-'-CJ "v.'NN,- -,A , XVALKLEY YOUNG S. HEATH WILLIANIS DODGE RICHARDS BECKLEY Cox YOUNG PARSoNs ABBOTT PRAY FULLER M. PARSONS 9 - - . . oung Omen s lzrzstzan ssoclatzow ELAINE ABBOTT - - - - - - Prefidenf MARY DODGE - Vice-Prefjdezzf DAISY WILLIANIS - - Secretmjv HELEN Cox - - - T7'5e1.YII7'6l' RUTH PARSONS ------ Uzzzlergnnllmfe Repre.reIztfztiz'e A "Big Sister" movement in Connection with Freshman Week, Welcome cards for freshmen girls, Halloween and Christmas parties, and Bible and World friendship study groups have featured the activities ofthe Y. W. C. A. this year. During the first semester special devotional meetings for the Women of the College were held every Thursday evening at the dormitory, While the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A. combined their meetings during the last half of the year. The executive work ofthe organization is carried on by the ofiicers and a cabinet composed of committee chairmen. C Illllillet MCIIll761'S RUTH BECKLEY - ---- DeI'otiaI1.f nnzl Bible .Ytznly VIRGINIA FULLER - - - Social STELLA HEATH - - Fineznee FRANCES MORRISON Diftzefxion Group MARY ALICE PARSONS - World Friendship GIANETTA PRAY - Publicity JOSEPHINE RICHARD - Social .Yervice BERNICE WALKLE1' - Roafnf :znel Conference PRISCILLA NVESTCOTT - Dl.fCII.f.fl0lI Group ELIZABETH YOUNG - Program ESTHER YOUNG M11.fie I ' ' ' " ' " 'vl'f "DVI 1 ' l ' i -- v----.mir .., -v..M.,,,..,M,- Pagr Om' Humlrz-il Eigbly-Iwo Jw C,-M, M , m1mil1l.a5L.lf,E1-lfl TILT-T'iT7'iT'A'RTTii l il 5: lil rl I-. Ll I., !-, fl lfl Q . l ij l 5 P M.aR'rENsoN DAMMON L, 1. Bioos Banrocx NELLER 2 E H V1 U M l-, lf l I- 7 . . - - :gg ol11zgMe11 s firlstlan ssoclatlonj RUSSELL BABCOCK ------ - Prarideut -. KENNETH DEOME - Vire- Praridenr V " IRWIN COLLINS - .Slecretarjv lj. HARVEX' BIGGS Treamrer l l il fll Interdenomational in character the Young Men's Christian Association aims at the C Christian development of men physically, mentally, and socially. lg, The presence of this Association has been distinctly felt this year through the ' i V- bringing of speakers to the student chapel, the aid of committeemen throughout Freshman Week, a series of student Forums, and the reorganization of the Thursday lg night meetings. i J A series of talks by Dean Williams opened the Thursday night events with only the men meeting in the Chapel. Other speakers followed and the program has been 'Q pleasantly varied. Outside platform men of repute include, Eddy, Thomas, Niebuhr, lg Kingdom, and Elliott. V j Last summer four representatives were sent to Lake Geneva, and during the Christ- fl mas holidays six delegates attended the meetings at Milwaukee. Gospel teams have ll also been sent to many different cities. E The Cabinet is composed of the ollicers plus representatives, Carl Martenson, H Alvin Neller, and Clarence Dammon. E Q1 . . . .. .. . . efqummmnuuumumuw.4w+,W1wiewgWQuw f - - Y Y iw QVC., XV, ...- fmt' -- fee-ef Y Page Om- Hnmlriwf Eiglrfy-llirm' X N -1 Jpx. ,X -p-,Qu "H, v X-. A Y V 17 , fm 4 f x ,.,.Q3,, , , I I 'Lai-..Lg,,L,,',-'-',' m xv - H 35... Linguist fjfgrlffbol 0f'f1lbjlllI'.I' Iqrzlilfr, .ffff fulif lu Ifwzx' Tfwn .frf .1 ,glormm mllrntnmf fillfllfillxff n'fI.1r',rfabv. Pd-Qt' Tlrirlrrn K L A l l'lllll l llllIllllllll'l!, L1 E El iz! f' i I Q4 fi Q 'Sl Q IW 'Q ? ll REEDY WILcox MORRIS ' C. SCOTT SEYMOUR CAMPBELL SMITH D. HVINGER JONES BURGESS DAMNION C. HYINGER ' xforfl FCZZOIUSLIP I CHESTER SCOTT - - - President WILLIAM LOVEJOY - Vice-President DONALD JONES DEMPSTER Y INGER - Trefzflzrer As a result of a national Convention held in Milwaukee this year, Albion now I has one of the 21 chapters of the Oxford Fellowship, made up of men and women planning to enter the held of religion as their life work. ' The Albion delegate, Clarence Dammon, to this year's convention was elected l . . . - National Vice-President of the Fellowship. Bi-weekly meetings are held, at which prominent speakers and Workers in religious I attivities address the members of the Organization. I . I I 'll 1 'J Q l If! I I "I F " , ' Q-Lglj-Qglgjg-If. 57-3 H Q 1 12 7 ini Zinnimnniiuuiwulllllllullllllll Puge One Hundred Eighty-four ll II lllllllilll .lhn In I Stuclent V0ll1i1tee1'.s Composed of men and women preparing to do missionary work in foreign fields, the Student Volunteer organization has grown from Ll humlwle start in 1SS5g1t Prince' ton University to il far-reaching association with groups on practically every campus in America. Horne Servlce Band The Home Service Band is organized in the interest of ull kinds of social service work in the home field. For the past two years it has supported ll scholarship of SSO in ll Georgiazschool. I'.1,qv Om' lilllllfffll Ilikqlifi 5 1 1,-SP 'P Q A L 5 1 Qt N 1 A N -I 1 11 1 I 1 1331 l 1 1 1 111 11 "CQ 111.111, ll lllillllllllllllllllIllllll,lllllllIl llll llll ' liillll 5 3 3 . 11 I F I F 5- ' 5' in llil lilllllllllllllll-lll llllll 1 nnnnll gnu. nuull --nnlluunll llla One Hundred Eighty-six K-I H Y , Y 6 - v. 3 1, ' '1 Q' Ji 1 1 G A 1. D 1 13 1': fl. 5 1 11'1"I.LT1I',1"fY7131'JTL!i1if1'7 1155 1 1-1 1-1 VI 1i 1:1 1-1 1 Q I 1-1 1 1 L1 1 "4 11 1 L' 1 .', 1 F1 111 1 5 1, 1 '11 1 1-1 1 111 , 11 1 Cl 1 E1 1 F1 1 :1 1 i1 1 1 12: ' .-1 1 1 15 . 1' 1 1'1 1 11 1 H 1 111 1'-1 111 Pl 121 1'1 n q-114 1 V1 1 1'1 E21 E 1 11 E' 1 E1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 ififgb- 3555-gjrr7r5J'f1 Q1U3JT1U3Tr11:ir111'r3ni3H5TDT1if'Y11iL1QLQf1.L,1 . x --- 1, 1' 1. -----Q--'H-Y MA- ------J-4 - -1 ' r Pagr Om' llumlrml Ei.Ql!fT'H'1'lPl Q A A 'llllllll :nun anus: Scloolamlzip Character ALBION CGLLEGE Large enough to provide all student activities and competitions Small enough for students to know each other and the faculty ACADEMIC - BUSINESS PRE-MEDICINE PRE-DENTISTRY PRE-ENGINEERING - PRE-LAW For Information, Addreu JOHN L SEATON, PH. D. Provident Albion, Mich. D G . ..... ... .... ...- . ... ...... .. Hundred Eighty-eight n nnnn- -nuuan 9 ll I Cltmbmg th Ladder TZUEIZU ez gbt KRESGE STORES to .rert eg azz zu Mzcbzgarz Sc 10c 25c Stores ANN ARBOR 204 S Main St BATTLE CREEK 55 W Main St BAY CITY 307 Center Ave DETROIT 1201 Woodu ard Ave 1449 Woodu ard Ave 9012 Grand River Ave FLINT 405 S Saginaw St GRAND RAPIDS 135 Monroe Ave HAMTRAMCK 9542 jos Campau Ave HIGHLAND PARK 13933 XVoadward Ave IRON MOUNTAIN 405 Stephenson St JACKSON 133 W Michigan Ave KALAMAZOO 133 S Burdick St LANSING 114 S Washington Ave MUSKEGON : 249 XV. YVe.stern Ave. PON 'NAC S 66 N. Saginaw St. E PORT HURO 2 6 Huron Ave. 5 25c to 31.00 Stores Q ANN ARBOR 5 200 S. Maiwt St. 5 BATTLE CREEK Q 59 W. Mairt St. BAY CITY 5 303 Center Ave. 5 DETROIT g 1403 Woodward Ave. Q 9008 Grand River Ave. g FLINT Q 413 S. Saginaw St. E GRAND RAPIDS 2 141 Monroe Ave. g HIGHLAND PARK ' 5 Southwest corner of Woodward 5 and Ford E JACKSON 5 131 W. Michigan Ave. 2 LANSING 5 216 S. Washington Ave. MUSKEGON 5 275 W. Western Ate. E PONTIAC 5 38 N. Saginaw St. E PORT HURON 5 240 Huron Ave. :I llIulIulIIIIIIllllllllllllvmllllllllll Sac ess All that comprised Kresge s 30 years ago was one solitary little store in Detroit. Today 375 stores bear 'he Kresge name-a chain of stores all over the country doing an annual business of S119 OOO OOO and still growing fast. The enormous expansion of this organization can be attributed to its sound organization and business principles, combined with its policy of selling the best merchandise at the lowest price and giving quick, courteous service The name Kresge has become a watchword of econ- omy in the homes of millions and millions of American families. Today and tomorrow as in the past, this nation- wide institution will continue to give even greater values and to serve even a greater number of people by linking more cities into its ever increasing chain. Opportunity Awaits You Here' In this great organization we have positions open for college men who are willing to start at the bot- tom. After a thorough training they become store managers, earning from S3 OOO to S15 OOO a year. If you are interested, write to Personnel Depart- ment M-27. , Q lESGlE COMPANY 5:-10r-256 Stores 256 to.X'1.00 Stores Kiuisoiz BUILDING, Durnorr .................. QA Ltsucgmluriglj I 0 0 K Sei S 5 li? O QU Xi L i K, Page One Hundred Eighty mm' Q A L B ro, N 1 43 N ........ Om' hearts three at the memory of the rbozuezneir of feieneirhipx we enjoy with the stzeeientr of OLD ALBION CW2Jb we knew 17010772477-J' there areD ALB1oN-HERE's TO You 11 m an George Mitche 8cCo p For z'birtyyeezr.ryozer "Candy Mafz' Compliments 0 5 ATHLETIC SUPPLY Co TOLEDO O COLUMBUS 0 Learning While Serving From boyhood it was said of Abraham Lin- coln that he was a learner." In his ambi- tion to post himselfhe sat at the feet of whoever could teach him. In time he oxer- topped them all. The learner' rises abox e his competitors in all life's actix ities. He masters conditions because he learns all about them. We sit at the feet of the public wherever we have Stores learning and posting ourselves of the needs of home and person as best we can. Diligently applying ourselves to the respon- sible task of providing those needed when needed is the virtue to which may be traced much of the extraordinary development of this Company. f G3 .,....,C1, jr . Tb - ...-..-- nn... -.. ....- unuuuuun Page One Hundred Ninety . .... QA LBNQINIAND 'W ' A ' l A Complimenfx of T HE ALBION MALLEABLE IRON C0 ALBION, MICHIGAN H llllll u nnnan llllliillllll llll 5 Q A L E 1 o N 1 A N ...... ........ .. 'f Weofter T Collegiate THE BUTCHER SHOP ' E rr C k L ,gM ir Te Dictionary .. Complete in every Demil 1 LN Revised Annually The last word ' ln Young Men s g Apparel GO WEST " " COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH T - 34.25 TO S675 YOUNG MAN just 26 Mtles ZZ blocks ught on the mam street jx A N' T 'l YourBookffore' 30 W MAIN ST ? CENSOR THEATRE T I THE HIGHEST GRADE PHOTOPLAYS PRODUCED TMJ I af been ozirr12ottofor12year.r 1 Watch for the Opening it o oar . f BIG NEW MODERN THEATRE K No zo U neler Conftrnction T 1000 SEATS - BIG STAGE Fully equipped to handle any kind of Stage Production 521' ooo Pipe Organ BUILDING FIREPROOF THROUGHOUT ' nnumuunmnuunuummmummnnunmmu 1uunaununununn1nInnnInnulnnnnnuunn-1nnunnnnnnunn1nmIuununnnnnuunn1ulInnI1nuuunuuuuunuununuInmnuunnunmnmmumu L 4 77? Page One Hundred Ninety-two . ...--A ,- -f..- AA .- ,.. A D .H ..-AE . , 4, E ,Mn .. E ,, A ,MEA -. M, -Af-H, T -1-7'-lllflfff-f'.f-T.QF 'F-riff WAS- 4,:"':1'fIC'7 -lf'-Q'1fT1'flfC.f,C"-Tl'1'lElTf'l 1311? -iLL..1..f,.e T A TTTF 'QE-J-G-l-5'-'T-Oil! S '5' A Q if + ,T UQ 5 A 'V S 5 E Q 5 G E 4 6 5 5 TU 1 ' ' 55 A '- 5 Inv Z f Q 3 l R S lllrllllllll llllxlltllllllllll llllllllllll C gf 2 -1 . 0 ' SU 3 E F ' A H' 2 N S T 1 fe f S E A W 1-.' E Q Z' O : 5 l I u I l n lllll nnaunllliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lu I I DR Ee CJ lu TS Q i e ir? f .... .. .... ... ..... . . ........... . ..... GALBIQYNIAND THE SOUTHERN MICHIGAN TRANSPURTATIGN Co The DeLuxe Motor Coach Ser- vice of the Southern Michigan Transportation Co. has served the Albion College Athletic Association and the Glee Clubs . in the past year We are ever ready to .verve your zetzere Tremfporteetion N eeds 1 Page One Hundred Nine! 1 V. li '. 1 3 Ag 1 .. w w 1 F h 23 e S E? l-I . 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E 5 I ' I' ' Schumacher Constructlon CO. 5 I General C07lfI"dCf01'.f E : ALBION, MICH. E I E I : ------ -------------'-"---'--------- E I I ........................ ............................................................................... .............................................................................,............. I I E E I ' . 5 " : E. J. WINSLOW SarahE.BCCkW1th E : iz E Surcfrfar I I 2 PLUMBING O. A. Leonard E E AND n E HEATING General E I . Imzmznce I I Pbmlw SUPERIOR AND ERIE STREETS 5 : ? -nI-u:I--II--ov- e IIIIIIIIIIIIII v IIIIIIIIIII : I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII - E 2 Complimmtr of 5 Up-I0-DHI? E I . E1 ' Sh R ' I THE WORDEN GROCER CO. CCIIIIIC OC Cpzllt 5 I 2 BA-I-1-LE CREEK, MICH D : E PBTRAKIS AND BOURNELIS, Prapf. E E n 5 n I 4 SHOE REPAIRING 2 g um Right - Prim Riqfrf E I , - I : Wefeaturc Quaker Brand Merchandin: E 2 and Paramount Pickles and Condimentx Cor. Cass and Superior Phone 414 I E ? umm lllll mm mm mumummm' llll ImIIumII.1'INmmmlmmumm E E I. IIIl'IIl.lIl'l mnmmlm In 'l'.l'll"l.'ll lllI.l lIl'IlI'IlI' I I l.'." I In : E lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' Q Q 7 G "ll'lllllllllll"l lllllllillllllillllri ,, - v V Pagr Om' Hnmlml Ninety-sr:-r raduatzon Portrazts -are an essential part If of the raduation er- . 3 . P I-' Iod because of their sen- spy timental and historical value. In after years If they bring back many 1-5 pleasant memories of ff: I I fl 1'! rw if The Ludwig Studio fl? 106 E. ERIE STREET I x 5 fig ALBION MICHIGAN l l lj lgl Illllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 l Cf I . ' P .J ,J r I I ll fl VALVE-IN- EAD , lb I E IJ E I l - V I ' nz lf? d D . A P A yl P' ' ' M 'roR CARS V. . Cornplirnenfs 0 , THE is MAPLE CITYAUTO Co. - e MARKET PLACE Phone 19 Om' Humlrerl Niueiy-eight The Post Tavern Bottle Creek Mich. Reasonable prices in all depart- ments. 250 rooms. Excellent furnishings and appointments. Washed air. Circulating ice wa- ter. Informal. Numerousdining rooms to suit every preference. , Unusual Coffee Shop. Afternoon Tm and Mzrficezl Pro- gram daily C. H. MONTGOMERY Vice-Prrfident ann' Manager ONE or AMERICAIS EXCEPTIONAL HOTEL nu ummm nn-:nun nun mn nun Cornplineenrf of 1 Tfoe SERVICE CASTOR AND TRUCK Co. A L B I O N MICHIGAN E -, I I ' 'V T' 135-53 .ff so I lil I 'ii 4 A Cl "lip V ' C0 D E Q? El I I E I i s I A 1 A l TIIIIL-EQ 'Tri l. xl, E- .- -.----Xl- NH-- E- 'Q2,51"'IIMiMIi'i' I I E el fi 3 1 1 L 1 Ks. lj E E ll QAl.B1ONlANgDS Albion Gm Light Company S SERVICE FIRST E t Projitfzby-prodzzrf FRANK XV.KOTH,Ma1zaKge1' nnnnunnnInI1unInnumnnun1nIInn1nn111n1nInIuu-num-umnmummm nmmnm In-1n1In1nnnnnnnmnunnmummnmnmmmnmumnmnunnmnmnmmnnn Rhoton,s Five and Ten Cent Store STUDENTS We hav: 4 complrtc lin: of naiimu ami zfarlcgy fnrrch 1 RHOTON,S STORE ALBION, Mic:-r. ' ' 330575710 P30 1111 14 ...... e . .... Q1AL5uoN1AND ...., 5 -I 'xl I I I I T The Chas. W. Young Studio Battle Creek, Mich. 21 N. f6j?67'.f071 Ave. COW' Central Elert1'icCo.D PHONE 2105-J Extemifyozz vm invitation to visit om' Studio in Battle Creek Plvotvgmpbcry for the N INETEEN TWENTY SEVEN ALBIONIAN I I i 5 2 I I I l - I . gmllllll ll llll I lllln nllalu llllllunnlllllllllllllllll llk g wo Hundred ASIIIIIIIIIIII--llllllllllIllIllIII-IIlllllllll-Il-I-I.-ulln--lllllllIllllllll I ll! l I llll-llllllllll'Ill-Ill!lllllll IIIIIIIIILB , . E 5 E : 5 4lllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIlllllllIllIllllIllIIllllllIIllllllllllllIllllIIllIlIllIllIlIllIllTl!llIllIlllllllIllIIlllIllIlllllllIllIlllllllINlllllIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE ' llllllllllllllblll N A J llIllIllllIllIIlllIllIlllllllIllIIllllllIlllllllIllIlllllllIIllllIlllllllIllIlllllllIIlIIlllIIllIllllIlIIllllIllIllllIllllllllllllllllllllll' E : E' D' my . 43 C : I " 3 SD I - '4 0 ' H 3 he E A f- : 5 E L.. Q - 1 E 55 E rn Q 'Y 5 "" Q , 3 2. . N A f Q-f E 51 3 o F3 FU 5.3. QW 3 4 fn 212 X4 , I E N. 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SUPERIOR ST. ay thzs book fumllyour expectatzozfzs oz ez lllIullllllllllllllllllllllill ALLEN RENSHAW Ed for success ul ffzfznual Vllqllm Allllnncoalrnnalunl Sianlell CLYDE A LAMPMAN Bu MMM nag r Ce f E i Ji a r Ls' lllllllllll,llll'lllllllllllllIIIIIII I O Q 7 G '.ll'll'lllll.l.'-I' I-l'.l.-ll-ll.'."l' , v ,, vi Ei V' W 1 Pugz' Two Humlverl Two l ln 'E nr' ' ' H i xi 14 E 'im-j ' if X ' Er f' CA Ib E UQ I'-' i LCD X I it L C0 Z Z 2 K 2 , X N X 1 L I I , I I 5 .Q L I nuullllIIIlllllllllllllllllll'llllllIlllllllllllllilllll Illlllllhlllnluullnlluunnlllllm ,7p..... ............... .... C1 LJ..ll ,vii-.. Cwizjvlzzzzezzff 0 t The Galle Manufacturnng C0 ALBIOXI MICHIGAN 17 1 5 E L34- Q - 4 -41-Lf, 9? 'Q QI' -1 1 f l-W. , - ll 4-ff 7 Q7 J ix I ,jj 74,1 XXN E if Complimevzty 0 - UNION STEEL PRODUCTS C0 1 5 -3' 5 GEORGEE. DEAN, Class of 1896, President 1 BROCKWAY D1cK1E, Class of 1913, .Yecretmy L W, CLARKE DEAN, Class of 1921, Vice-Prey. 7' E 1" 2 1 C . l llllllll llllli n ll,lIllIl A l- 3 l O N l A CHL.. :I 'J E , F1 fr E mmmm E' X s 1 1 1 1 g - U 2 K A. V, . . E1 5 1 E l 4 2 F E 1 l E 1 l 5 I f ' 11 pl ' jf I ' l 5 1 2 I 1 ' 1? 1 5 o i 1 l ' 2 , 1 I l L 1 L: 1 5 1 ' l : mmInnnnannunnnnmmmmnumIummnmnnnmnnnuu 1 n C 1 1 g - nnnnununnmmnmnunmn I I 5 I l l l I 4 I XE VN x 1 3 S-WC' J? vvel 4,51 R 5-Q. X E , 1 1 D fix ""- 2' V I 1 f Q: A 9 a L E 41. 6:21 s'v Fl - .I l rr-H M 6 I ' -1. - lf ' l, S 'H' .Kon ,nanmpx 4,'rnoD : LXN E nl an 4: fx . I ...Hg "lr: I J 'l s it X X? I4 l X 1 'Hahn yr v 1 1 , l N l ' y u., cv 1, 1 f f X I I V N. 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I., Dean, Depurtnient of English and I , Classics, Williamsport Dickinson Seminary, Willigims- fj port, Pa.,gmdu1te student, Hiirmrtl L'niversity. two l ,il summers, graduate student, Boston University, three l Q summers, present position since 1911. l 'i i fi V .i ll 5 lil l , 'l l 4 RUTH HAAsE, A. B., N. A. Dean of Wanzefz. A. B. Coe College, 19205 M, A. Columbia University, 1925, Dean of Women, Westminister College, Salt i Lake City, 1921-24, Six years of teaching experience in advance lieldsg Albion College since 1925. Assistant Professor of English. .J 1 U 5 E Illlllllllllllllllllllllllll llllll Pitt i i 4 .-'QETHJ Ei l 3 lj , E i 1 i lj i l 5 lf, l,,i lil ' EQ lifl lu I-: .Qi i Cl ' E lf? 1 i Pl li: "I l l dl li 1 il l Ei I 4 i H l I 4 l -lil 4' Tu rillx -um' 4 'X v 1 fs s- --...W-.f---.a.---.--W--. l f A -1 , , A - - ee --- -Vfj ffnzgg-111:f'Qi1g3lg1:.:::et5'...mf'flil Q- L ,U i Cl l 'QA el ii ' 5,34 U l il li l - - l-l 1 I, HUGH CARLETON GREGG, Ph. B., A. M. , Burinerf Manager of Albion College -l Ph. B. University of Chicago, 1921, A. M. University of Chicago, 1922. gn Fl 5 ., ' - 4,3 . l-5 . L4 ' ' il WILLIAM W. TEFT., B. ' Prerizlent of Board of Trzufeer. B. S. of C. E., U. of M., 1906, graduate work of U. of M., 19075 1907-08, Asst. in C. E. department, 1911-19 member of Fargo Engineering Com- pany, 1919-24, Consulting Hydraulic and Civil Engineer Consumers Power Company, 1922, Director and Vice-president of Consumers Power Company, 1916 member of American Association of Civil Engineers, Qjl President of Board of Trustees since 1922. lgl L' r Q1 l ll DR. HUBERT H. JOHNSON, A. B. lg, Prefjdeizt 0 f Alzmzni Arrociatimz. 1 Pharmacy at Detroit College of Medicine, Post-graduate work at College ,fl of Electro-Therapeutics, Lima, Ohio, Interne at Guanajuato Sanitarium, ,I Q Mexico, Surgeon, Benito Juarez Mining Company, Government Physi- lb f N- cian to Pueblo Indians, New Mexico, 1917-1926, at present practicing physician City of Detroit, graduate of Albion College, 19025 president H ' f of Alumni Association since 1926. E l-l . . ,ll Sl il ll l 1 WILLIAM B. BUCK, A. B., A. M. lf: Alumni Secretary. A. B., Albion College, 18955 A. M., Albion, 1896, A. M. Halma, 1898, 1900-02, secretary of the Cuban Orphan Society, 1902-04, New York County visiting commissioner, 1906-15, Sup't. of Seybert Institution of Philadelphia, 1916-18, director of Sea View Farms and Public Charities, New York, 1918-20, director of Red Cross relief, 1920-26, Sea View Farms, Alpha Tau Omega, present position, 1927. , l Y Vi.. :Ti.goQlQ.lQQ:.?Lll2cgli.iLQl33G D,"1 Q W 31,07gCI :fQiFTWlU3'EU"TTWW'YfTU11U. 'iajlTfi,'i Page Twenty Iwo IH'7r,,,.--.,....-, . H, -,,,,. -, ' ,V---1--Y-.--.f---,Q-Y ..v..,, L: . . , , X , .I-, Q I" s , I , , , 1 I 5 4. , i O . I , ... If iq, ' -A .44 xr ' SF-1' 21:3 3 Q 215- I N I?- V P Zilm- 9 ! Q l 21:52 l I . I R3 ..... 1 1 " E I 'f -A -1 'ii 1 fi isi- 0 rx ' ' " 'Q " I I-.2 I 1 1 , 'l gf? QQ.. - W N - -'1' I 5 1 1 ie: V is I 5' 'X l :fn I 5: 1 Tir, -'Zvi - jg B-2-.ul Eg T Q' 3' . .. E - x f- , 79?- v 3- h it-: - , - g ,-.1xa:ialm. -i: ". .. --4 '14-'B 1 ' -1 E-: Q X-1 --ig L-- sa.-..:..:,g 5. 5 ' 'if ' ' 5:- hr . ,-..- '--- "' uijgg-5. 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D., Albion College, 1911, Q Member of the Harvard Faculty until 1885, when he came to I Albion College, thirty-Five years as head of the Modern k Language department, Albion College, Secretary of the l if? Faculty for eighteen years, formerly a member of the Modern Language Association, the Classical Association, and the l Dante Society, Author of "The Elementary German Reader," Q11 "German Derivatives," Co-Author of "English Etymologiesf' E li. FREDERIC SAMUEL GOODRICH, A. M., D. D. l ,Q Prafenor of Biblical Hiftory and Literature. 1 as Z Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Upsilon, A. B., Wesleyan University 1 Connecticut, 1890, A. M., University of Michigan, 1898, Yale University, Connecticut, 1898, University of Chicago, Summer 5 Ili Sessions, University of Berlin, D. D., Defiance College, 1909, 1 -el Assistant Instructor in Greek, Wesleyan University, Connecti- cut, 1891-92, Acting President of College, January 21, 1924, to Q july 15, 1924, present position since 1892. Q -fl Ci 2 iii L25 1 Lf l 'Jr 1 .lr 1 'il 1 ii, 3 EDWIN ROSCOE SLEIGHT, A. M. , Profenar of Matbemtzticf. 1 , ' B. s., Albion College, 1901, A. M., 1902, Professor of Mathe- i matics, Montevideo, Uruguay, South America, 1902-04, 1 Michigan Military Academy, 1904-06, Carthage College, f Illinois, 1906-08, Bay View Summer School professor, Alpha Tau Omega, present position since 1908. ii l 1-i Q ffl , 1 ajl 4 4- f-:fl I Lt 1 - ...vm-W W., Page Tufcilty-four l ig.. ..,-C51 IIIIIlllillllllilllllllllli A l. B l O isl ,AX 4 1 : 'JA 5' llrifa I 1 . I gl X - gf 1 I i' ' Q Y! 1 . ,. 1 : PHIL HAROLD HEMBDT, A. M., PH. D. 1 I Profeuor of English Language and Literature. ,, 1 : Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, A. B., New York Uni- QI l X versity, 19019 A- MA, 19045 Ph. D., 1915, Principal, High QT, l ' School, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., 1901-O5, Normal School Superior, li, l I Wisconsin, 1905-13, author of "Home English and School ln l , 1 English," "Irish Life in Irish Fiction" "The Influence of the T Royal Society on English Style," "Guide to Novel Reading," 'lf Ei "Analysis of English Prose Style," "Influence of Science on Q 1 EI English," 1926, Phi Gamma Delta, present position since 1913. 1 ig? l 1, U 5 . f 1 1' .5 l 5 ARTHUR HENRY I-IARROP, A. M., PH. D. lf Profeuor of Latin and Greek Languogef and Literature. ff, l li Phi Beta Kappa, A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1894, l A. M., 1896, A. M., Harvard University, Mass., 1903, Ph. D., ll Boston University, 1905, Vice-President and Professor of Latin ff and Greek, Union College, 1894-95, same at Missouri Wesleyan - College, 1896-97, Acting Assistant Professor of Greek at L-, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1905, Professor of Latin, E, i lj University of Denver, 1905-13, Registrar and Instructor of l' P Latin and Greek, Allegheny College, 1913-15, author of l Li "College Training," "Fraternity Scholarship," "What the lil I College and University Ought to Do for the Student in Latin," ' F "Latin and Greek as First Aids in the Study of Psychology," lf' l "The Story of Ammi Bradford Hyde," Sigma Alpha Epsilon, present position since 1915. EQ i l-, l lf 3 I 5 l q ARTHUR MERTON CHICKERING, M. S., PH. D. 5, E Profeuor of Biology and Geology. iff E Sigma Xi, Ph. B., Sheflield Scientific School of Yale University, IQQ l : 1913, M. S., University of Wisconsin, 1916, Ph. D., Univer- I 2 sity of Michigan, 1927, further graduate work at the Univer- ,l , I sity of Michigan, Summer Sessions, 1919-24, Instructor of E . Biology, Beloit College, Wis., 1913-18, Instructor in Zo- I-l ology at University of Michigan Summer Session, 1921-22, 1,1 Q 5 School Year University ofMichigan, 1925-26, Papers in Cytol- 1 : ogy, Member of the A.A.A.'s,Member of the American Micro- lj. 1 ' scopical Society, 1915, Treasurer, 1926, Member of the Ameri- t E can Nature Association, Member of the Michigan Academy of ll 5 : Science, Vice-President Zoology Section, 1910-20, present e I E position since 1918. l n l E 1 1 2 3 l I 3 1 I 'T C 3' . .2-U w1Illllllllllllllllllllll gp IQ 7 D, 1 Pugr Twruly 'r f-N 1'?"Iffe'-E-"sm-'S'---R+-M--wF'T ' 1 its I ai . ,I i if - r A '- ll 1 L! 5-fi Is. Bal D5---U Ui-.-,gig-.iv -i- jf 3 i Ni v i i I' 'li 1 l if: il 13 4 i DAVID LINDSAY RANDALL, PH. D. . Profeffor 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, Pro- fessor of Chemistry and Faculty Secretary, Baker University, Kansas, 1910-18, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Wesleyan University, Conn., 1918-19, Member ofthe American Chemical H Society, Sigma Phi Epsilon, present position since 1919. 1 5 T 1 fi ALBERT JOHNSTON McCULLocH, A. M., PH. D. ii , Proferfor of Political Science. f 21, A. B., University of Missouri, 1894, A. M., 1895, Ph. D., W' University of Denver, 1905, Columbia University, 1914, 1926, Instructor in History, University of Missouri,. 1894-955 Pro- , fessor of History, North East Missouri Teachers' College, ' 1919, Professor of History, Morningside College, Iowa, 1923- flf 24, Author of "The Loan Office Experiment .in Missourigf Y 5' Member Political Science Association of America, and of Academy of Political Science of New York, Pi Kappa Delta, i 1, present position since 1919. 1 I Q :il I l-- DONALD MONROE GILBERT, PH. D. Zi Profefror of Modern Languages. ii if Phi Beta Kappa, Ph. B., Wesleyan University, Connecticut, ', I 1908, Certilicat d'etudes Francaises, University of Paris, 1910, ia, A. M., West Virginia University, 1917, Ph. D.'University of il iff Wisconsin, 1920, Instructor in French, Northwestern Uni- ts versity, Ill., 1909-10, Instructor of English, Corozal, Porto E gs, Rico, 1908-09, Supervising Principal, Corozal and Humacao, 'I Porto Rico, 1911-14, Instructor in English and French, Insti- E31 tuto Nacional, Panama, 1914-15, Instructor in Romance Languages, West Virginia University, 1915-18, University of ,V fi Cincinnati, 1918-19, Graduate Work and Assistant in Romance l ii Languages, University of Wisconsin, 1919-20, Delta Kappa U Epsilon, present position since 1920. I 1252 - i lei l lil 1.121 'fp -if if I ' in f ninummrullusuuul IF' gy- l .-2: -:fa--ta... -- -.,,.-.....,....- .. ,,,Jl,jf f M - 1 id,-.YYD W . ,., L, Page Twenty-six 4. .2 A .DJ-I l1fI'1ET.L'Y1 ICE. 1 U11 L Il I x.J!XL,'N, i -, --, .'fMf'fi'r'-. N.,-A B----.--W IQI A l. I3 l Q,fgfjiw4 2'sill.,'.lbQi,L1Ji23..Ei11Te''reee" CLEMENT EUGENE Roon, PH. M. Profefror of Plqwicr. Ph. B., Albion College, 1894, Ph. M., 1897: Instructor in Astronomy and Physics, Albion College,.l895-97, Fellowship in Astronomy, University of Chicago, 1897-994 Instructor in Mathematics and Astronomy, Beloit College, Wisconsin, 1899-1901, Professor of Mathematics and Physics, Carthage College, Illinois, 1901-03, Instructor of Physics, Michigan College of Mines, 1903-15, Assistant Professor, 1915-20, Head of Department of Physics, Western State College of Colorado, Summer Session, 1923, Graduate work in Physics, University of Michigan, Summer Sessions, 1924-25, present position since 1920. HENRY LEE EWBANK, A. M. Profexfor of Public Speaking. Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Delta Epsilon, A. B., Ohio Wesleyan, 1917, A. M., University of Michigan, 1924, Graduate School, University of Michigan, 1925-26, Treasurer, National Association of Teachers of Speech, Instructor in English, Albion College, 1917-18, Assistant Professor of Public Speaking, Albion College, 1918-21, Secretary of Inter- state Oratorical League, Business Manager Quarterly journal of Speech, Chi Phi, Head of Department of Public Speaking since 1922. FRANK Wss1.EY SHULTIS, A. B., A. M. Profeuor of Bufinefr Administration. A. B., State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1908, A. M. State Teachers' College, Greeley, Colo., 1914, Instructor at Greeley, Colorado, present position since 1922. :l1T'f'fl"7'7'i'TQ'T,i' . I 1 i , - ---f r, - ,fw- l l y ffifiifl ri Pugr Tufrufy-sr1'rn Page Twenty-right ,EV ,A AA A AA AA A ,AAA A AAA. AAA, A. A ,A -.. M-, ,A -wg V A - A-- .. W... ,A .A .. ...A....-.-...A.A,A,-A,,-..---W..A. .W -A AA .,.,-.- -A --- - -- . 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U""3:r'Rv-505' ' : B 'UNDNOUH' D--:xo nn.-jgf'PN0"'C.'W . n 3' 3NN7U3S-"9Q"' 73:1-Q,.,BE:'Q U ' : T'-Pxlnfflngvblaf NTOv-+-.l-vw-0T'- ' : g I u I: :ki A ., nuuuunnun nulllll illluununnuuaiillllluqllulilllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lluuul ll llllllllq lllilllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllillll-llillllllllllllll IIII llllllIlllllllllllflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllQ RUBEN W BETCHTEL, A B Dzrector of Atbletzcx A B Wittenberg College 1917 Summer School Wittenberg ollege 1917 Director of Athletics Akron South High School 191718 Director of Physical Education Marine Barracks Paris Island South Carolina 191819 Director of ccreation and Athletics B F Goodrich Co 1919 20 Director of Athletics Akron South High School 1920 21 irector of Athletics Woodward Tech High School Toledo 1921 22 Director of Phvsical Education and Athletics Bald Michigan 1923 Summer School Notre Dame Unnersitx 1924 present position since 1924 ROYAL GLENN HALL A M PH D Pro error of Hzxtory A B Park College A M Unnersxtv of Kansas B D uburn Theological Seminary Ph D Unuersitv of Chicago Instructor at Park College 191819 Unnersitw of Kansas 1920 CSummcr Assistant Professor at Unnersity of Missouri 1920-21 Unisersity of Chicago 1924-25' tive years of religious and educational work in Siam and Hawaii' Phi Delta Kzmppi' Head of History Department 1926. Ross BALL, B. S. Librarian and Inxtructor in Library Methorlf. B. S., Albion College, 1896g Chautauqua Library School, 1922g Member ofthe American Library Associationg present position since 1905. v 'ec vi! .JcV, Zn 1 .1 -w -41 1 1 1 4 w 1 -1 V 1 1-1 1, 1-1 1 1 'W s-3 1 1 11 61 fl f.1l dl 1j1 - Stn -4 .g. l .llllllllIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIU L. B l Q N l A N .al Lv s r Fl Si 1 I I 4 Q o L-4 C ' 4 S . S ' . 1. 4 ' 1 5 . T -1 '1 x x ' i l R. ' 1 ' , . . ' ., - Q F1 ' ' ' . ' ', if F3 D - 5 . 4. . . y - E win-Wallace College, 1922-249 Summer School, University of if t 3 . A X 1 L L L 1 Ll iq. izil X ' , . ., . . E+ 1 f - - 1 Ds ' ' 1 1 V1 1 9 l L+ dl L1 2 f l J innununlunlluunnulnu1nunIDWSQ 7 1 U1 tl Pagr Twfllfjl-llillf 1 , . X Page Thirty .L.f"LJf if -A . , , . , , 1l I l hi'-E1 Y ISP, ,fax is-,l lg-li! V L . 5 14 ,IYIAJNLJY -,,,. Y .E-Rf .,.. . . -. Ll?-'G-1 cl I FLORENCE SWISHER, A. B., A. M. Assistant Profeuor of Public Speaking and Instructor in Englixla. C American Association of University Women, A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio Wesleyan School of Oratory, Sargent's Dramatic School, New York, University of Chicago, l A. M., Ohio State University, Major work for Ph. D. degree 1 at Columbia University, Instructor at Buena Vista College, I' Oxford College, Author, "Costumes and Stage Properties of the Early Popular Drama," Three one act plays, present NM position since 1921. i-. ll Fi ga Q lf! I AUDREY K. WILDER, A. M. lj Imtructor in English. l l. A. B. Albion College, 1918, A. M., Columbia University, 1921, Instructor at Libertyville, Illinois, Graduate School lj University of Chicago, Summer Session, 1923, Studies at ij Oxford University, England, Delta Gamma, present position lf! since 1922. f ' il I U H I 3 fl H gf: lil "1 'l ANNIE G. DEAN, A. B. El Imtructar in the Department of Home Economics. A. B., Albion College, 1926, University of Chicago, Summer Session, 1923, Instructor at Ithaca, Michigan, 1918-21, Kappa Delta, present position since 1922. A . 23 Eel if I .sis .,'-jx' 2 fgi ' A- 41:31:55 J f 1 fi - - O . C-. ...M ,Ag f i ., 2--.....5J,....,... ki '3 1'-l l fi. 1Nl,lU!3TF1'T,2fUmMi3n1'mzi iff' XV' vii T'f 1 ,J T7 -, i I vl i L- . 1 5 , QE A l ' EATHEL A. MARTIN, A. M. Q l Afsixtant Librarian. ' ' A. B., Albion College, A. M., Albion College, 1914, Assistant - Librarian at Albion College, 1908-09, Teacher of Greek and I Latin, Flint High School, 1909-13, 1915-17, present position 7 V since 1920. l l if. , il 9 L ' ls A i E1 A - i F 4 , . N Q fi , l A Lo'r'rA M. ROGERS, A. B. 1 . f Imtrzzctor in Biology. H I 4 f P A. B., Albion College, 1923, Graduate work, University of Ei I Q l Wisconsin, 1925-26, present position since 1923. ij e , rj I L 1 Lai 1 " li I L ll l . 1- 1- l if , f 'i lf 1 1 - ' iii 1 9 li A , V l l , 1 l MARGARET M. DRAKE, M. S. N Imtfuctor in Biology. Ill L. A. B., Albion College, 1924, M. S., University of Michigan, Ll , 1925, Graduate Student, Michigan State College, Summer, l ' Alpha Xi Delta, present position since 1925. E l l-. i li i .1 1-' ll. pq i 'Z i l med LA Lryjffifi i?TG":i'7'f1Tiffofrrfrniifr:-Trn:::t11TiTFi1U1. , 1 . N LJ, Y ,,.-,iY.- - ' f' - f W "ffm f' "'w' 'W' " ' N Pug: Tbirly-ont fini! rf- .Y .. jg. , 7531? ' ' I xx wg 4 Yr.. J .J A-.gf .gk 1 Q, Lx Y 1 I V. I.: Af 1,4 .14 XE, CLARENCE BEVERLY H1LBERRY, A. B. A. M. Inxtructar in Englifh. luluumu. llnunnnnnuilv 1 A L B LO N U A . l in mlvnuu-sung' Eff U ffl I if S F 3 i L. E 2 i 4 f 1 V1 E51 43. ' 4 Y x J P n I. 'w 's 1. Page Tbirljl-i106 - -.-- A A -1- f..Qf.ff'fm:f' Q A fifKf"NA'f'M 'Q 2 M"""A"'"f"mMx"v"'T' m"'K"""m"""""' "W" 'Z' L.'l-5'1-Q9-U-tUi-- J V-lf-Ulii' U41-ii' 1.-. .JJ,"'ilCi,'lfV7fl1L.7.lQ'lpIiiQ.2fE'.D f?lll1lli45II3Q.f5f'iQi'f1.L.Lfifwf5,7lilQ'f32fifU .TF Y. V1 vp' - . I I I l I x 1 I gf ,K 5 Q U If 7 -- rv 5 5 H 'S 9 , E. 2 FU Q 5 5 F' Q S 5' ?' 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M., University of Chicago, Gratluate Student, Institute of the University of Poitiers, France, one 5 summer schoolg Kappa Delta, present position since 1925. ' I1 . iii . le E ' Es ,pl l-i . . lf' ' li Eff F E DONALD STEVENS PARKs, M. B. A. 1.3 Auiftant Proferfor of Ecozzamici am! Sociology. jr , L,. A. B., Albion College, 1925, M. B. A., Northwestern Uni! jj versity, 19265 Acting Head of Economics Department in 1 absence of Dr, W. W. Whitehouse, 1926-1927, Delta Sigma Phi. l HOWARD G. BAKER, A. M. Arristant Pfofcnar of Ezzglifb mn! Imtrzzctor in journalifm. A, B., Washington and jefferson College, 1918, A. M., W. and l J. College, 19205 A. M., Pennsylvania State College, 1925g Instructor in English, North Carolina State College of Agri- culture and Engineering, 1910-223 Pennsylvania State College. l ' i 1925-26, Member of Modern Language Association of Anierica. V LV, ' ' lil ll ! if ' l., f., 1 ii! ullulllillllllllllullllll llll Q3 l ', jr 1371 Q .h ,,-,W .., -..-.,f,1v1 1 -- ' is ..--- ---W ...-------. .. ,-,.. ,V -. fv. Page Thirty-tlarcc J' 1' 4 . ,,:, ,.,. N ,-'fu 1 ,4-.v.,x x , , , 1, E X Q I ,..i ' , 4. A -qi ,Q,,.Xf, LN it . r mx :,, , J . .f'I!'1 .R w1l,. A -X "H u 'Fu we ' fs x H Af: fr X. 'n X 'dl 1 5 '-1' ' . , 1.4 . W , .. X i 'I 1 fin v :J J ilu X f Fil 1 5 1 IQ 2 E lf! L L.. H l I I 14 .'F li! H Qi 5.1 Laci 1 f'b5s QJLL... 'Page TlJi1'ly- fon 1' '5'2j': ' l1 , . ,- X.,,.,:... .. x--, , ..a......,.t-... ,M X 5 'WX X , X X X , X ' ::f'F:,S "" . Louis UPTON ROWLAND Pipe Organ. Oberlin College Mus. B. l907' Graduate Study Oberlin University of Kansas and private tutors Wilson Preyer Shilton Godowsky. Director of Music Mercersburg Academy Wesley College University of Dakota Baker University. HARRIET SPERRY Pro efror 0 Voice. M. B. College of Music Cincinnati Ohio' Graduate Student Conservatory of Music Cincinnati Ohio' Graduate pupil of Albert Berne and Hanna Butler. VALBORG LELAND . Profeuor of Violin and Imtructar in Theory. Student Diploma, Institute of Musical' Art, New York Cityg Teacher's Diploma, Institute of Musical Art, New York Cityg Graduate pupil of Franz Kneiseland Eugene Ysayeg Teach- ing at Preparatory Center oflnstitute of Musical Art, New York Cityg Stephensjunior College, Columbia, Missouri. -D G . ..... .... .. . .... ..... ll uunl nu . ulllluuuntllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllullnllluuuununmanuals!!! llllillliillllll llillllliiillll r ill "Lili 1 - 'iii iiriiwtitgiziitilt W drama' it uiltiiifu. Fifllcgi .JL-1 'N' '-JJ-ve 'SX M 5 il - si 5 X X K 0 Q YE? R. 2 i a 1 4 Y 1 1 V1 we E 1 6, V 2 bg S l Q li 0 If is ' f i Q I f E X me .ff fm XM ' ' F. Q UD 'Ns :E 'W - N . 2 3 'vs as C Q Z ' - 5 X... 1: E P ' S' ' ' Q Z hu L 'Q 4 : F Q . To . , fn an X. fe I Q I . - Y n l I . V fl. - . 1 , l S? Q, Q I 3 I Q I 'Nh I , ' E I as - ' s I - . . . .A S. I I I I l 1 Il si '1? 7'f'-f,','P'7tg,h ii ""' L, LY ' , ' I f...- ,,, 44.4. ......i. V-:A - r- rg, -- . . -, A ,V-VCX. ivgf., ' . ,W YYY nv .........,,.-.,-i.f,.,f' f , f - , 4 I 1 -,. C, R, CLARISSA DICKIE-STEWART Imtrlzctor in Piano and Normal Piano Methods. Albion Conservatory, Detroit Conservatoryg Personal instruc- tion under Dr. William Mason, New Yorkg W. C. Seebaeck, Chicagog Rafael joserfy, New York, Summers of 1920 and 1922 in the Music School of Northwestern University, Special course in Normal Methods of Piano, Josef Lhevinne, Russian pianist, Teaching under Otto Sand and F. W. Chase in Albion College Conservatory, Private Teaching in Battle Creek, Michigan, Summer of 1925 Normal Piano under Otto Miessner and Repertoire and Interpretation Class with Percy Granger in Chicago Musical Collegeg Alpha Chi Omegag present posi- tion since 1920. F DUDLBIGH VERNOR Profe :rar of Organ. Student of Institute 'of Musical Art, New York Cityg American Conservatory, Chicagog Private pupil of Ernest Berumen and Frank La, Forge, Professor at Bay View Summer School, A Organist First Methodist Church, Jackson, Composer of "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," "Fellowship of Sigma Chig" Sigma Chig present position since 1923. CLARENCE P. BILHORN, A. B. Inftructor in Public School Mzzfir Metlnodr. A. B., University of Illinoisg Graduate Student, Bush Con- servatory, one year, Phi Mu Alpha. l L l 4 iii 1 I , l E.. V l L11 lf-N' 1 -MVK' 1 ' A' 7' "nf oluniffw mrQtm.tffH'VfD1'TfWTH-"7 C wr ' ' ' " "R" om' ll i,..-.1. -, 1 5 . . W ip-- ----k V-V V ..,,,-.4-X. ' -----' -- --'- -'--- ---A---W V-J---W - -- -. Page Tbirly-fire fm L n 121 19 1 A N Qu: G' 'Ls EE' HU! O O:- 2.8 Eur- R45 NE f-ra' O Qs SE' We on Zo EU' 2.2 0: in cw cw 02. :K WOW Cgro Q Sa an 2' 'Pm "'F1 gc O"'1 :HY un-guru: 3 .t .f11g1nga:,i1zf13r 11.5 :nun ,Q I lull llHl l'v' so N 'fn Iv KJ! P14 :1 U! PV "1 r: 0 F1 O "1 N FY I 0 sa .... Q. 0 .. .- . U' 0 "1 UQ . , C' ' E. 4 FD "1 in ... .-. F r-l - ,.. 31 J: Q Wi? P l 4, h . ,pl lt: U 5-l . fail EDITH GRANT, PB. SC. MUSIC 1 til Instructor in Piano and Children .r Clauer. .hz 1 ,lm rig' College. I V1 2 F" ROBERTA MYRTLE RIEGEL A. M. 1 Inrtrnctor in Maaern Languages. 1 1 A. B., Central College, Fayette, Missouri, A. M., University of Chicago, Instructor at Central College. Fayette, Missouri ' l l ,L I Ill!!! . 1925-26. l vel . . 11 .es l.' I.. 1f1 ...I l i , 1 l BLAKE CRIDER, A. M. 1 '- Inftrnctor in Modern Languagef. l -DI Ill ll' iff "f1"f.f fi'ff,f'f. .f.fQfl'ffIf L 455.-L5 J-. Cp.--. .vxiig .1..,t1,Cg1uu-i if . f' 1 . . . I H l . 15 J 1 2 ' I 1 . : 11 .X I 5 . nu ' 1 .. 955' O I' O ' n 'J' 9, 2 R' u OE C r j O o E. 1- 3 .. 4 Fi X1 63 gl 3 I.. 'V B "fl E ' f , gg n 1 f- ff' 5 l I SC' 1- S 1 : p- 53 .. ' 8 9 -1 . : H Q l 1 ' Q 1 5 5 Q- H 1 gn E NO 1 I " a' 5 I ,..I M- " - w 52 S : fe Q 11 . i 1- 5, 'si "' '18 H af ' E lx 9' c: ... 1 :S 5' 2. I 9 U, 4 . I o 9E 1 5 2. PL'-1 I 1 l: l :t an ., 1, 4 4 -nnunuunnmuuililiniun 3 A. B., University of Missouri 1923' University of Mexico 1 ff Summer, 1922, University of Porto Rico, Summer, 1925, r Page Thirty-six P I il ' .1 1,1 5. ......................... QlALE1QfNlAmQj F RAYMOND G. SPENCER, M. S. Imtructor in Pby.ric.r B. S., Kansas Stare Teachers' College, Emporia, Kansas, 19225 Supt. of Schools, Harlan, Kansas, 1922-255 M. S., University of Chicago 1926' Phi Kappa Delta. LETA STELLA HAMILTQN, B S Dzrector o Playxzml Educatzan or Women. B S Battle Creek College present position since 1925. H FRED PARKER B S Amzstant Dzrectof of Athletics B S Umversitv of Michigan 1926g Physical Education Instructor Camp Custer Summer of l926gAlpha Tau Omega. 1 fn .pf 1 I nunnnnnnuuunnnunun l 9 Q 7 .-l .-i i ral W 1 if rig fl l i lc: i l lj 2 pify l 4 i l l srl l lil . . , J "j i I iq 3 F5 f - rx 1'D l-l I"': L! 4 C, . f- x , . s" I 1-3 I LJ i if 1 ' ei A Fi lil lvl ,g I T2 I a l J lj . H1 ,ji L', 1.1 .Ag 5 I l l .ii l 5, fl 1 nj if 1. fl iz ,F El il 2 h E1 ' 4 ,J P., i , 3. .1 TLIIL H1325 g,.i,'.f .1 Ji.-J Pagr' Tbirly-srrrn 3 K X ,,..,.ffi f- ,J 5 -1 1 wif-'Mi fix 5+ '53 E G ER! 2 Nsmffi3i'x:C'FLQI33?i1: g:LjQJf- JZ if' A Y 'FY V L t--- "'N----1-'iKvJ-'--f--:-x-f-,--"-- 'A-f "1 --lux 95 r I ,r l . I 7 9 V 2 E H 1:5 F2 EE L4 ij 1 Q E 3 ET 'G 9, If! 3 Q, F! 2 Q 53 E 5 fi' 3 'S F35 PT N ,. E W5 iii E 51 NES x Q F 1 - ij ' U I lil LS Fi EV 453 U K L52 1 . H X X 1 ' i Fi. ' 1 iq 1 1 A 'J , 3 :Al L nl I fi 61 f V, I X - f .f131fm1i"Tn? '7 - U N Mggg, A, ,,,..,,.,.,.,g:m:,,JlN, 9 A f W, 5' g Page Thirty-eight A L 5 1 Q N 1 U ,J pri? ii.: its WZ' Governing Bodies I N l i P ,l 'Yu V .ll '4 Vw -w W, HN .1 N 1 ' .W "wifi '7'pgigLY'-fff,g-:TTC ' ' ' JT-231151 93 U flf.,v,.-W-1 " L ' N! Pg Tl ty .X J Yfs. ff 'I , . . l I I l 1, N'Ts"-'DdF.j'f5f f, T I F1 'J-. I I 1 so - R -:Pj QTLQQLQQQ: 1' ff A- 1 - '3 i fe- f " ."iI'.f...-"T.5'?'yf'.C51 If I H'-E-I-f 2 - -f.,-L.-.-..........,.s--,.kvfw - ,..,,,..LE!f,, ' ' Pr 2 , l Ii Hs r' , . El lj I l lil it-l 1 H KEYES KUHLMAN HOWES GRAY RENSHAW Y CONRAD BARTLETT KING MARSH ABBOTT FOWLER EDWARDS lp? ' l pi I C' lzensifuflenttgenatej L KENNETH BARTLETT ----- Preszdent 1-fy ALLEN RENSHAW Vice-Prefident Q1-l ISABEL KING ------ .Yecretmy ff' I fi Q Functioninv :Ilona reor ztnized lines that have iven it more ovver to l 3 , E- C g S , N, i cope with student problems, the Student Senate ofAlb1on College has been ,j Q a very active organization throughout the year. Q1 1 This organization is the Executive Committee of the Student Self-Gov- erning Association, of which all students are members, and aims at the I stimulation of college s Irit, the fostering of a spirit of mutual helpfulness R 4 between students and aculty, and the placing of the student body on a gl l self-governing basis. Membership is derived from thirteen representative Cl I groups, vvh1le the ofhcers are elected by the entire student body in the Lf spring ofthe year. If N 1 .N , MEH1hCfS lj EUGENE FOWLER - - - Delta .figfmz Rho HOMER HOWES - Fresbnmn Clan W I ERNEST GRAY .fopbofnore Clan H RALPH IQEYES - - junior Clan' pl RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Senior Clow I RAYMOND CONRAD - IlZl'6lfl'dl'E1"lIz:lj'COI!7ZCfl ' JOSEPHINE MARSH MURLIN KUHLMAN - Ponbellenic Council ill f-A' ' cm ISABEL KING - Pzzblzcotionf Council ELAINE ABBOTT - Religiozu Inrereftf E ROBERT FLEMING Independentx ' WENDELI. EDWARDs - Loco! .Yooietiex in l itil I- , -,Nmap V Y ',iLQ,Q-if.'Ii.1fZ'1iZ..flf'IfQQsf'fflfffliflilllil In ff: 7 -E.Wg...A--My...MAXWMQQQC-Cinelli H, f- l,L.?,- 5-L......EE.E..L. 1 . .-,.,L. - ELL! Page Forty CAMPBELL HALIILTON PRICE RICHARDS LETTS HAYDEN PEATLING FULLER 1 . . nf omen s Sebf-Go12er11J1ze1zt Assoczatlom MARGARET HAYDEN ----- Preridezzt HELEN LETTS - - - Vice-Prefident FRANCES PEATLING ----- Ser1'efafjf-T1'mJ1n'ef' The Student Women's League was founded in the year 1924-25 under the direction of Dean Helen Barton for the purpose of uniting the women of Albion College. In the spring of 1926 the League was reorganized under the name of the Women's Self-Government Association of Susanna Wesley Hall. The government of the dormitory is carried on under the direction of the Executive Board, consisting of the oflicers of the Association, the proctors, elected by the girls of the dormitory, Dean Ruth Haase, and Mrs. E. Fay Wolfe, house mother. The proctors for the first semester were, Josephine Richards, Virginia Fuller, Mildred Price, Geraldine Elliott, Doris Campbell and Lorene Hamilton. Second semester proctors were, Josephine Richards, Marion Mariileus, Margaret Adair, Ortha Smith, Edith VanVamp and Ruth Smith. A number of standing com- mittees assist the Board. They are as follows: house committee- Dorothy Leech, chairman, Lorraine Traut and Helen Webster, flower and ritual-Dorothy Kennedy, chairman, Mary Alice Parsons and Beryl Marker, library-Lucile Robinson, chairman, Isabelle King, entertain- ment-Louisa Rogers, chairman, Betty Burnett and Josephine Richards, decoration-Ann Varty, chairman Clirst semesterD, Ruth Stakes, chair- man Csecond semesterj, Virginia Fuller, and Anna Monroe, refreshment- Marion Alger, chairman, Helen Letts, Doris Campbell and Carol Thomp- son, music-Kathleen White, chairman Ctirst semesterl, Edna Davies, chairman Csecond semesterj, Dorothy Neller, Martha Witters and Martha Cogshall. Pagr Furly-our Page Forly-two . -V., J ,,.,,3,,...-. A - L- c,.K,..-1.751 N .., - X. , .N i ll,-Q. f I ,- f f 'w'-1,,f,....a,.,Q.a,-..R..,.R.-.Lt..c:,,,,,,Q, y- I .-' 'W IJ I . g 1--'. L , ,.',l",lelj1m ga- lfj.,.1 ir in I ,I -,M-M M, LH, 4-L., MA L .,..,..'.-,ygf-,LECK-4, , ,,,,.. .?a?.-fa..,...- --I V V l BARTLETT BABCOCK EDWARDS DR. MCCULLOCH KING COOPER PROP. BAKER Plclalzcations ounci KENNETH BARTLETT - - - - Prefidezzt CHARLOTTE COOPER .5lECl'6'flllQ' DR. A. MCCULLOCIT - - Trefzmrer W ENDELL EDWARDS ---- Mazzatgea' of Publimtjwzr Elected by the student body, the Publications Council assumes control of cam us publications and names the staffs of the "Albionian" and "Pleia Due to we reorganization made last year, only six people com- pose the Council, two of Whom are faculty members. Meetings are held frequently, and reports from the various staffs are considered. All publications are controlled by this body members. Members KENNETH BARTLETT CHARLOTTE COOPER RUSSELL BABCOCK PROF. H. G. BAKER ISABEL KING PROP. A. MCCULLOCH fl 1 .J X xii!-1 , ' I P1 l ,VV L 3-! F l i4 Q le-: fu ff I 2? 5 1 El 3 it 1 LE l L4 I T-I S 1, 5 3 2 H I ,- l L id H "r !l5i sfl T T -I 3 GL C Ck . ,i I i i . : it l ' w 1 Vu f LE Vi l 112 1 2-4 E l :J I L, 1 : 1 I - w l F'l :E r--1 , ilil.. ., ft?" -. L1-..1 'dw L l oi-f 1 ffoofgvgftl so Rx CONRAD THINGSTAD Peck DR. RANDALL GRAY BROMLEY PROP. SHULTIS XVEBSTER PROP. ROOD Alhziorz College Co-operative Associatziom Board of Directors PROF. CLEMENT ROOD ---- Preyident SYVER THINGSTAD - Vice-Prefident DR. DAVID RANDALL ---- .fecretmjy VICTOR PECK ERNEST GRAY PROP. FRANK SHULTIS RAYMOND CONRAD HELEN WEBSTER JOHN BROMLEY The "Co-Op" was established in 1893 when a system was inaugurated whereby any student paying one dollar could belong to the Co-operative Association and purchase supplies from the college Book Store at a lower rate. In 1925 the Association was incorporated with the entire student body of Albion as members. The Co-operative Book Store handles books, pennants, college jewelry, memory books, writing materials and general student supplies on nearly a cost basis. The business done for the year 1926-27 amounted to twenty thousand six hundred dollars, an increase of thirty-one hundred dollars over that ofthe previous year. The control of the "Co-op" lies with a Board of Directors, composed of a faculty member elected by the student body as president, two appointed faculty members, and six students elected by the student body. The mana- ger of the Book Store for the past year was Bruce Osgood, Toledo, Ohio, and the assistant manager, Elson Balkema, Grandville. A . , .L .,' fu' 97 Page Furl y-lhrrr , , 1 , ,Y uulNllUH: tnulllllm Page Foriy-four J ,wi-Q. if-1 AQ .df-shi-wg-R-'J ,- aw .. .. ,V . X , I ,E -, , E 4. -V L .--AAA-ww. -- " . T- 1- E 2 22 I . . : ' 1 C' Aki- 'LSXC'-AN" "A" " Y 4 H. WILLIAMS THINGSTAD HOFPMAN LIGHTBODY MR. SPENCER ROBT. BALDWIN DR. CARTER tlz letzc oarcl of ontrol GEORGE E. DEAN ---- Prefident JAMES LIGHTBODY .Vice-Prefidem' ROBERT BALDWIN - .Wcretmy-Treaxzzrer Representing the Athletic Association, the Athletic Board composed of business men, students, and faculty, govern the athletic activities of the college. Student representatives are elected by the classes while the other nomi- nations are made by an electoral college. The board purchases equipment, approves schedules, awards letters, elects captains from recommendations of the coach, distributes funds for improvements, has charge of Kresge gymnasium, and carries on an active campaign in an effort to interest the men of the state in attending Albion College. Members PROF. H. L. EWBANK HARRY WILLIAMS PROF. R. G. SPENCER LESLIE HOFFMAN PROP. T. M. CARTER SYVER THINGSTAD Q. I i.g-gHL'T3',, Q T173 Z,-J1iCift:E:::im:tif::I1TiS f 1 vt - I -r -u V aiu 1 A L .. 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V f , WV, ,-1, at W V., '.g lv I ' ', AY V, r , Vu. ' V ,H 1 V, lx er V ' Lu." wJ SENIORS f ...E ' X N V o'a 1- " ' rl' 13 me tl I lil i I .1 I Ee, li 2 fi I ti ii I.. I I L17 , IJ 2,4 I I l 6:9 I i LI I IJ :ls l Ei? I D I Q I Iii I I5: ' I,! I H I aff tl IPI ' 'I G A L EJ N lllilllll lllllllllllllllnl CHAMBERLAIN BURNET1' CAMPBELL STRONG SCIIIOI' OHICCIS RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN ---- - Preridezzt ELIZABETH BURNETT DORIS CAMPBELL - MORRIs STRONG - - Vice-Preriilefzt - ,SlUL'I'Efc7l:, Tre 1.ri11'er 'Khin Pl! GCIDIITICI Phi Gamma Of Albion College is a local scholarsl ip fraternity founded in 1921. Election tO membership is made by 1 facultv committee from the senior students with an ax erage Of QOZ Or better. The members elected this year: RUSSELL B. PARKS - - - .- - - Barrie Creek HELEN R. LANE - - - -. - - Albion GIANNETTA L. PRAY - - . - - - Derroit MARY CTEWART - - - . - - - Albion MARY A. PARSONS - . - - Nlizrkegorz Heilgbfr NORMAN W. REED - - . - - - Albion ELAINE B. 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' Page F0rty'eigl:It lllllllll llllllllll ABBOTT, ELAINE B Alb on Inolzvzduallty :J Ell6fj'1l here to le Jbared and respected ni the root o ezerlnftzng good Albion High .fcbool Literary Delta Gamma Y W C A Secv 3 Pres 4 Student Senate 4 Phi Gamma 4 Basketball 4 Contributors Club 3 4 French Club 2 3 4 Social Science Club 2 3 Philharmonic 2 ANDERSON, NORMAN D .Yzx Laker I bane enjoyeltbe bajzpzneu o the uarlel I lmze lzze l and lozed Lakeweu High .Yrhool Economics and Sociology Sigma Nu Social Science Club 3 Histrionic Club 3 4 Dramatics 2 4 BABCO R ARTHUR R Gal en Mlfblgdil He If a brzlln nt zletotee o JL' ence Bllfblllldfl Hzgb .frbool Pre Engineering 'Xlpha Tau Omega' Physics Research Club 2 3 4 Pres. 4. BABCOCK RUSSELL B. - Gnlien Micbignrz A man our-Jqunre pbiloiopkv bis domain. Galien Hingis .fflaool Philosophy Alpha Tau Omega' L M. C. A. Pres. 4' Basketball 2 3 4 and Captiin 4' Co-op. Board 2 3' Publications Council, 45 Class Pres, 1. BACHELOR, LOTTIE M. - Albion, Micbirgnrz Pzermit even in the bert of things ongb! to be mlm and tranquil. Albion High .Yfhaol Home Economics E. and A. SV V l .54 ,wi 94.-TH4 "r 1. ,:, we rf. i 'Ill xi' Mi i .N i V. i L I V 1 , . l. gi. ' U ' lil l , - . fl' 1 ljl Tl lil .-- --4 A IX X W W' l IQQUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllKA l- B l O N l 54x lxlgb J:l'.l1lDlIIIlfl3IIDf'1'i1 I . . , , ,XJ , L, . X SQ' E yy: ' :gg . Q ,, - - f 1 T- I rg. l--. in A . . i 9 1 ,Q ,G l ' - .4 . l r 'Z l , , f T 4 N , . . 0 v -7 , C ', . - J , 5 ' . - 1 ' , . .1 V f 5 g - . Q . 1 . X 3 , C l , A , I f , , , , E l l l I 1 e , . , 4 , e. 1 f l ' I w l 7 l v 9 1 1 l ! y 7 ! Q 9 1 l l l 3 ' I 1 5 I 3 l I l ' 1 l 1 4 I wqlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllll l G 1 .Ni F, Page Forty-uinr -1 .J A Page Fifty 4- ls L 3 A 4 A 4-..-- -.m....-...,-.,. . . - A A - A WI I v IM-. -..-.I...., A..- --,,---,..- A ...-U -5-:ij ET Fm 1 ' l ,LJ IJ-IIC! 'TIDES-1CIf.ILL' VL .J I .. i:EffQf'Y'WU',.1. 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Caro High School Coiingy Normal .l'fhoal, 1 Central Nlirhigan Normal, Z Literary E. and A. Glee Club, 3, 4gOrcl1estrn, 3, 4. BROWN, SHERWOOD G. - Albion, Michigan He only is happy ar well ar great who needf neither to ohgf nor eozoerr in oriler to he romefhing. Alhion High ,Yrhool Business Administration Sigma Chig Football Manager, 4, Dramatics Clubg "A" Club, Glee Club, 1, 2, Athletic Board, 4, French Club, 3, 45 Yell Master, 1, 2, 3. BROXHOLM, Timo M. - Albion, Miclzigan Knozvleelge ir hm' folly iinlerx it if qiiickeneel hy grace. Alhion High .Yrhool Literary Kappa Delta, Publications Council, 3, Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, 3, 4. BUCK, GERTRUDE L. - Ferndale, Michigaiz It if a little rtream which flowr Jofflri hut it frerhenr eoeryzfhing along in coiirre. Lincoln High .S':hool, Ferndale Literary E. and A. Philharmonic, 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 2, 3, French Club, 1, 2, 3, 44 Spanish Club, 4. BUNKER, HELEN M. - Maroiz, Michigarz An effort maile for the happinerf of otherf lifts IIJ' ahore o1irJel1'e.r. Maron High School Literary Corinthian Sorority, French Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. llll JCJC Pwr -g- 4. l!-'.L?iJ .lg- .,...,.. , i,,,f-X i. ,...iols.l1f-x 'Tai' " 'W i i BURDICK, OREL Z. - - Hart, Miehigaiz It if hetter to create than to he l6'd7'7I6fZ,' creating if , the trite enenee of life. A Y Hoff High Srhool 4 Chemistry Chemistry Club, 2, 3, 45 Physics Club, 3, 4, Publications I Council, 2. BURGESS, KENNETH W. - D6dFb0I"7Z, Mithilgafz " He if not great who if not ,greatly good. Lainrgfzzrg High .Yfhool Theology b Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Publications Council, 3, Oxford Fel- " lowship, 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4, College Deputation Team, 2, 3. 'ql BURNETT, ELISABETH M., Roehefter, N. Y. 5 he who thinks for herfelf anil rarely ifnitatef if a free woman. fi Eaet High School, Colmnhux, Ohio ' U7ZiVEVIlI:1' of Illinoif Fl Literary '12 Delta Gamma, Class Vice-Pres., 4, Pres. W. A. A., 3, Glee Club, 1, 3, Histrionic Club, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A., 1, 3, 4, , I Philharmonic, 1, Ex. Board Woman's League, 1. l CAMPBELL, DORIS L., - Royal Oak, Miclvitgan Q- Tlfne merit it like a river, the eleeper it if the le.r.r noiee it maker. Royal Oak High .Yehool fm Home Economics El, Alpha Chi Omega,Class Sec'y., 3, 4, Home Economics Nil , Club, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, Y. W. C. A., Dormitory 'El Board, 4. l. l E I CAMPBELL, ROBERT C. - Clinton, .Michigan -' l He fnoft liver who think! 1no.rt, feels the nohlert, acts the heft. Clinton High School , N Pre-Law I Sigma Chi, Football, 1, 2, 3, 45 "A" Club, Inrerfraternity 3 Council, 3, 4. . l' i '53 L-I l S... i,,Lll Ju-W L,.,,PLHql Q-:..,.,-T' .- e eree ee- be be an Ao Page Fifty fufo l if -f' ., .. Ig...g,,,,,,,."'w' 4. A ""', C' - , I 4,1 "-i -'I I ' - ara--.-.4M -.. ?, ,...-.,,... CAPPER, HOLLAND P. - Hadron, Michigaiz The man who does hir work, any work, conitien- tiauxb, must alztfavx he a great man. 1 Hudmn High .frhoal Biology Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 3, 4, Chemistry Club, 4, Publications Council, 2, Student Senate, 2, 3. CHAMBERLAIN, RICHARD F. Nezvherijy, Mich. Oar hirth ix hut a .rleep ana' a forgetting. Newberry High .fthaal Geology Sigma Chi, Delta Sigma Rho, Class Pres., 4, Debating, 1, 2, 3, 4, Asst. Editor, Pleiad, 2, Student Senate, 4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 2, Rep. State Debating League, 2. CRETCHER, JAMES R. - Moafeheart, Illinoix The chief parpofe for a man of .rpirit is never to he out of aftion, the mul iwaf never par into the hotly ta .rtand ftill. Maaxeheart High .fthoal Literary Alpha Tau Omega, Football, 1, 2, Track, 1, 2, 3, Oxford Club, 3, 4, Pres., 3, German Club, 1, 2, Silliman Orarory, 2, Horn Oratory, 2, 3, State Orator, 4. CROCKER, CLINCH N. - Detroit, Michigaiz A little nonxenfe nou' ana' then if relifhed haf the but of men. Birmingham High .fthvnl Mathematics Sigma Nu, German Club, 2, 3, 4, Football, 3. 45 Basket- ball, 2, 3, 4. DARLING, LEONA G. - Flint, Michigan Our grand hzuinerr in life if not to view what lier dimb' at a a'i.rtance hut to do what lie.r already at hand. Flint High .fthool Literary Corinthian, Home Service Band, 2, 3, 4, Student Senate, 3, German Club, 4. 'tvfflla eff' 1 5.-f.l NFA A . EJ. I 4 -X 1 - , - ,ai-1 . I ' ' ' l ww ,, J. Av ,A a Q' 5. ,PH I I l I 5 I l V I i I I 1, L. , ' Iva Q. -I 5 ' vi A L, L- .I 'v"Z',' .1 L9 Ha.. ai .' L MP"-' it A N 4 . .I Y . 'aff 'Q '.- l I 4 .H-,l . Page Fifly-lhrrt i 4 Q""'f1-f'---'-----1---gffl. 'R -'v rx' 0. L. YX"2f-'- ' - ' JJ l if-eglgj-.g4Q ' A' 7452+417 ,g13j,i,-:'1-'Sill 1"-Y in l C' I vi .iii Pl iff 11g311r'r'1'1'1-1-z'r:'f-ff-ri-11?f. ,Q 1' A' to ki' ' L ' J lip if ' r ,-, .- . E , 1 I: j el 1 l ' DEYOE, BERNEACE E. - Alhion, Michigan Patience if the key to contentment. A Alhion High School l ,N Chemistry Chemistry Club, 2, 3, 4, Y. YV. C. A. I -l :I DIEBOLT, DOROTHY A. - Detroit, Michigan l She if heautiful and therefore to he wooed. She if a woman, therefore to he won. South High School, Cleveland, 0hio Arhland College, Arhland, Ohio W Detroit City College, 2 ,gtg Literary l' Dramatics, 3, Y. W. C. A. 3, 45 Basketball, 3, 4, W. A. A. P i. -l lu D1xoN, HAROLD E. - Grand Ledge, Mich. Our nohleft nature: are inort credulour. F, Gam! Ledge High School Literary A E. and A. Q1 Student Senate, 1, Oxford Club, 1, 2, 3. gl . 'i l fl C Ei 3 L DOUGLASS, JEAN I. - Brown Cigf, Mich. N Every virtue if rnore fair when it appearr in a heau- lj, y ' tiful perfon. ' Brown City High School l 4 Literary ' ff Alpha Xi Delta, Pan-Hellenic Council, 2, Dormitory E A' Gov'r, 4, Honor Roll. n I r I E 7 I i 1 . . . V' , FINK, RUSSELL F. - - Ovid, Michigan ' Be hury in trading, receiving, and giving, for life if too good to he 1va.rted in living. I 5 l Ovid High School l History Q . Forum Club, 2, 3, 45 Physical Research Club, 4, Track, 1, 2. . . T 19 7 P i , all i 'ir w l x ii l 1 . - ci f 1 i ' il V 'gg-L1 AQ C45 W2 Page Fifty-four 1 f 5 el H Ill 5 ll i . 3 l , -Q...,-,,,-W' sf m.-" -..f 4 f--"'-'-"- ff , l 1 lgilfx l. Q l LJTQJ l fa ll ll ee... J xx FLEMING, ROBERT L. - Alhion, Miehigazz The earneftnexr of living is the only panport to the mtixfaetion of life. V Holland High .Yehool History Publications Council, 3, German Club, -lg Philharnzoziic, 1, 2, 3, Student Senate, 4, Ep. League Cabinet, 3, Pres. Independents, 43 State Pres. Student Volunteers, 4. FOUGHT, FLOYD - St. Loifif, Michigan A good man doex good merely by livin g. ft. Loui: High .frhool Alma College, I, 2, 3 Greek-History E. and A. FOWLER, EUGENE C. - Sault Ste. Mar'ie, Mich. My honor ix my lifej take honor from me and ng' life i.r done. .fault Ire. Mari: High .fehool Theology Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Rho, Student Senate, 4, Debate, 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Science Club, 2, 3, Forum Club, 4, Pres., 4, Oxford Club, 2, 3, 4, Oratorical Committee, 2, 3. FREEMAN, MILDRED E. Grand Rapidx, Mich. The harmorq of life i.r my goal. Grand Rapid: Central High .Yehool Kalamaqoo Normal College Music Corinthian Sorority, Glee Club, 1, Z, 3, 4, Philharmonic, 1, Z, 3, Deputation Team, 2, 3, GRIEDER, HULDAH N. - Alden, Michigazz A good heart if better than gold. Central High School, Traoern Cig' Literary German Club. . Q9 fl in lg7 rfUQ eo in -.. , -M ,.,-.,,,,k1 - -M f"--Xff-1 Page Fifty-six ,.Ix., , R .sl 197 1 GROVER, DONALD L. - Alma, Michigan The ineditationr of my heart I will hring into fruition. Alina High School Alma College Pre-Medical Beta Tau Upsilon. HARGER, LESTER S. - Cleveland, Ohio Man if an imitarive creature and zohoever if fore- rnoft leads the herd. Farmington High .Yrhool Literary Delta Sigma Phi, Baseball, 2, 35 Football, 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball, 1, 2, Capt., 2, Track, 2, 3,Captair1-elect, 4, "A" Club 2, 3, 4, Social Science Club, 2, 3, Forum Club, 4, Y. M. C. A., 3, Cheer Leader, 1, 2, 4, Homecoming Chairman, 4. HAYDEN, MARGARET G. Lanfing, Michigan Let nr have life ana' feel the valve of it. Laming High .fehool Literary Delta Gamma, Assoc. Editor Albionian, 2, Y. W. C. A. Vice-Pres. , 3,Contributors Club, 2, 3,4,Class Vice-President 3, Pres. Dormitory Government, 4. HERRICK, GORDON W. - Alhion, .Michigan He if great enoaghj that if hir own master. Albion High School Business Administration Delta Tau Delta, Dramatics, 1, 2, 3, 4, Histrionic Club, Cheer Leader, 1, 2, 3. Hrx, DIROTHY M. - Wayne, Michigan 5' he if the Jozil of Uldllifljf ana' rerviee. lVayne High .Yrhool I Literary E. and A. Contributors Club, 3, 4, Political Science Club, 3, Home Service Band, 3, 4, Forum Club, 4. ll!! ,L uilql x HOWELL, HOYT A. - Alhion Michigan Character if a diamond that Jcratchei eierv other Jtone. Alhion High .Ychool Business Administration' Sigma Chi' Football 1 2 3 4 Captain 4' "A" Club' Intex-fraternity Council 4. HUNGERFORD RICHARD H. Concord Michigan I am a man and uhatez-er concernr humanity is o intereit to me. Concord High School Political Science Delta Tau Delta, Forum Club, 45 News Editor, Pleiad, 45 Club Editor, Albionian, 4. JACOKES, C. A. - - Fremont, Michigan .Siloth makes all thingy ilijfczilt, hat inilnitijy all thing! eaxy. Fremont High .Ychool Mathematics Mathematics Club, 2, 3, 45 Oxford Club, 1, 2, Classical Club, 3, Honor Roll, 3, 4. I 1 1 I 1 Qlllllllllllllllllillllllll A l- l O lxl l Rf if Ti' l 1 , , s ' 1 I 4 1 E tl z . , ,,,-, E J ' I r 1 f l- 1, i KENNEDY, IRENE E. Highland Park, Mich. I We have no time to nfafte away the hoiirij all mart : he earneft in a zvorlil like onri. lr i B Highland Park High .Ychool li l E Highland Park junior College I Literary : Clionian Forum Club, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 3, 45 g Y. W. C. A. 2, 3. 5 ' KING, JOHN S. - - facluon, Michigan E Royalty confiitf not in great pomp hnt in quality I : of virtue. , Chelna High .Ychool l h ' E Pre-Engineering L ' I German Club, 3, 45 Chemical Club, 3, 45 Physical Research l , , A 5 Club, 3.4. li , . .f . . W . , , : i .. gfiw 1 ' iv: 5 "g- 19 7 . -l I q A I - - ' M I 9,-f i, f.-. "1 4 :teal i E i i - : i i i :-- '-'N .. -f1'TY . QUVU rtv1'f'fi'f':'1'fh V. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllla ll J I QQ I X n, , . t, Wi,,,-.,g,:!gg,!A , . ., l VM , Page Fifty-sewn llllllllii KNISELY, MELVIN H. Herniancville, Michigan Science bringf me day by day nearer the Infinite. Houghton High .Ychool Pre-Medical Biology Club, 2, 3, 4g Physics Club, 3, Orchestra, 2. S A l. B l A l llllllllllllllll annnunu an I I .L 33 WVU Hllll. lllllllllil ll l llilillllll Page Fifty-eight LANE, HELEN K. - - Albion, Michigan To be exactj that i.r virtue. Albion High School Literary Phi Gamma, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4. LEWIS, DONOVAN, F. - Detroit, Michigan He hae a cheerjf nnile and a kindly way. V North wutern High School Detroit Pre-Medic Track 4. LIGHTEODY, AMES - - Detroit, Michigan Our own heart and not other men J opinion ornzc our true honor. Northern High .fchoal Pre-Medic Alpha Tau Omega' Baseball 1 2 3 4- Captain 4- Foot- ball 1 4'Co-operative Board 2 3 4-Athletic Board 4' Vice-Pres. 4' Intcrfratcmity Council 3 4' Physics Club 2 3'Student Senate 2 3. LINDSAY, WINHRED H.. Litchfield Michigan My mind to me a kingdom ic. Concord High School Michigan .Ytate Normal 1 2 Latin Classical Club 3 4. I 1 l ' l i l ' J I ' f l . F , ,,,.. , , s f tx V g K W .nu auun iiluuun nuu nu n .nunuumu-nu-...unlununuuu i ,, ,Tv-l A L B 1 o N no A N D ,3 'J W-iv. i ' E 3 ' l 5 El : , ,-, I i s ,-1 l : lfj I ta , E LOVEJOY, XV1LL1AM - Detroit, Michigan l E I .ree life with an optinziftic Jeriozunen. Q : Detroit .Youtheaxtem High School N : Theology fl : Tau Kappa Epsilon, Oxford Club, Baseball, 4. E i I lj I QI I , 2 Hi : MADILL, BENIDA M. - Alhion, Michigan l E .Y he haf a heart of hzinzan kindne.r.r. ' L. E Grand Ledge High School 5 Literary lj : Kappa Delta, Spanish Club, 2, Home Economics Club, 24 bl , . W. A. A., 3, 4. . 1, w a :H I "5 l lf I I 1,1 I A OR, URA . - - ion, ic i an ' : M J Z O Alb M h g ll, E A kind heart is a fountain of gladneff, making : everything in in uioinigf frechen into Jmilex. : Plcafant Lake, Indiana, High School l E Notre Dame .frmnner School 1926 E1 I Literary E Dramatics, 3, 45 Glee Club, 3, 4, Philharmonic, 1, 2. lg, . . 5 I I , 2 MARSH, JOSEPHINE M. - Alhion, Michigan J I er a.r.rin wa: i e t e ceafin o ex uixite nzzecic. I H g l la h g q ' H Alhiou High School : I : Music I : Alpha Chi Omega, Harmony Club, 2, 35 Orchestra, 1, 2, I . 3, 4, Boosters' Club, 2, Pan-Hellenic, 3, Pres., 3, Student 2 I Senate, 4, Glee Club, 1, Z. : I I - I I I ' l E MAY, PHILL T. - - Ironwood, Michigan . . . I E Oh, give uc the man who ungo at his work. E Ironwood High School I : Business I : Sigma Nu, Prcs.,4g Dramatics, Z, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, : ' : 45 Banjo, Quartetteg Histrionic Club, 2, 3, 4. : I I I I I I I : 1 7 : I I U I I I n I I I 5 E 4 I ' :H .-n--unlllnuuulllu W Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Q I 'Q 7 """""l""' f V V ' ' H v Page Fifty-nine Q A L rs 1 0 N 1, A N g I VY Rf' - 5 I l 3 ' E Y : 3' I . Ai : I If I 1 -- . . . I 1 5- MOULTON, MARY E. - Chicago, Illznoz: : 1 'lf . . 1 IJ A laugh if worth a hundred groans in any market. E 1' Hyde Park High fchool, Chicago : l f University of Chicago - r' Home Economics I 1 I Clioninn Pres., 35 Home Service Band, 2, Glee Club, 2, : , Philharmonic, 2, Home Economics Club, 3, 4. : .N 1. I E3 I ,Q fd i 5 gg MCDONALD, LESTER C. - Pickford, Michigan E lx He har a tranrcendental view of life. E 'l .fault Ste. Marie High .fchool E 1 ff, Theology - ,lg Delta Tau Delta, Debate, 1, 2, Oxford Club. : 1 C' - lj I 0,11 i . . . ' I NAGLE, VICTOR P. - Albion, Michigan E N Fling away amhitionj hy that .rin fell the angels. L L, I sl 2-JI Albion High School l Business Administration , Sigma Chi, College Orchestra, 4. H 5 Es . . . I 5 NELLER, ALVIN A. - Lanrzng, Michigan I 3 Thi: world helongr to the energetic. E l l Laruing High .Ychool E D Pre-Law I ' in . . . . . W Qi Delta Sigma Phi, Pres., 45 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4gH1str1on1c I l 53, Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A., Political science Club, 3, 5 l H Forum Club, 4, Boosters' Club, 2, Band, 1, 2, 3. : I ,A lv I 3 Lx I 52 I E l N ORMANDEAU, Dorus M. Wertwood, N ew f erccy , V I I1 A good dispocition if more valuable than gold, for I . N I I ' I 3 ct :J the gift of nature. . " Hackensack, New feng, High School E I Literary : - E. and A. : Y. W. C. A., Home Service Band, 3, 45 Philharmonic, 1, I ' 1 2, 3. ' lx ' : f1 E 1 : l . N : 1 I l I ,, : , I 5, .I Y - qi!!llllllllllllllllllllllllllI-llllil nnunuumnn-un-unnlu 'hlllllllll Page Sixty L 5 1 CD! N 1 A N Osooon, BRUCE E. - - Toledo, Ohio Before man made ur citizenr great Nature made u.r man. .foort High .S'rhool, Toledo Philosophy Alpha Tau Omega, Debate, lg Co-op. Asst. Man., 3, Manager, 45 French Club, 3, 4, Social Science Club, 2, 33 Forum Club, 45 Co-op. Board of Control, 4. PARKS, RUSSELL B. - Battle Creek, Michigan To he worthy i.r my ambition. Battle Creek High .Ychool English Delta Sigma Phi' Phi Gamma' French Club 1 2 3 4' Contributors' Club 2 3' Pres 4' Student Senate 3' Ger- man Club 3 4' Honor Roll 1 2 3 4' Asst. Editor Albionian 3' Senior Class Day 4. PARSONS, MARY ALICE Mufkegon Heights, Mich. A gooa' name ix rather to he cho.ren than great rzchef and loom g aoor hetter than Jzloer and gold Mzulzegon Height: High .Yehool Mathematics Clioman Phi Gamma Y W C A Pres 4 Mathematics Club 2 3 4 Home Service Band 1 2 French Club 2 Debate 2 W A A 3 4 Honor Roll PEATLING, FRANCIS L Boyne Czty Mzeh Anozmee o cheer ztlnen ze ufortha pound o Jaa'ne.rJ Kalamazoo Central High .fehool Kalamazoo College 1 2 English Delta Gamma Glee Club 3 4 Hlstrionic Club 3 4 Contributors Club 4 Dramatics 3 4 Dorm Gov t 4 PECK, V1C'roR L Birmingham, Mzeh f077Z0ff0 WJ' Birmingham High School Business Administration Sigma Nu Football 1 3 4 Basketball 1 Co'op Board of Control 4 A Club French Play 3 Glee Club 3 4 Quartette 3 4 7 0 - ' , . s I .4 , , 5 ' ' ' I , 9 A man he .reemy of cheerful ye.rterday.r and confident ' Q H H , , , 9 , s - , 9 5 , Q , , 5 B 1 ' I nun: lllllllllllllllllllllllilllll Q IQ -HG "l"'ll'llll""""""ll""""'un' N ' 'V 1 W., L fa 13' I I II 1 11 I. 1 H .1 I tl 5-fl rl . I4 '1 f E I 111 I V15 I lil I, lil il 1 i1 I Q-S :MI 1 C' .J I 1,1 I-I 1 -. I 1 1 I,,I I Ia? I I I 1 ' ?..l I 1 1 . 1 1- .1 , . 1 I. I 1 if Iii E1 I L. I EI Ijl li Ig. I I 1 1 .1 I . 1 1f1 'II ICI If 1 1 1,1 1 tl A I 1-1 FI 1 IJ 1-1 11 I l:l LJ ll 114. EI 1 1 lf'-fe Page Sixty-two PRAY GIANETTE L. - Pernelale, Michigan Li e is not Jo .rhort hut there ix alwayx tirne or cozirtefy. Manirtique High .Ychool English Clionian Phi Gamma' Contributors Club 4' Histrionic Club 3' Pan-Hellenic Council Z 3 4' Woman s League Treas. 3' Y. W. C. A. 3 4' Pleiad Staff 3. UINLAN, HOLLIS . - ackron Michigan A cheerful man if king. faclaron High .Ychool Pre-Law Sigma Chi' Spanish Club. READ, HARRIET E. - Royal Oak, Michigan She hae a woman .r intuition and a friendly view toward li e. Royal Oak High School Literary B ctball, 3. 4, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. REED, GOODRICH G. ' - Alhion, Michigan The power to do great thingy generalb' riser from the willingnefr to do Jrnall things. Alhion High .fchool Literary Philharmonic, 1, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Histrionic Club, 2, 3, Contributors' Club, 3, Albionian, 4, Glee Club Soloist, 3. REED, NORMAN W. - - Alhion, Michigan The more we do, the more we can ala, the more hzuy we are, the more leisure we have. Alhion High new Political Science Sigma Nu, Phi Gamma, Philharmonic, 1, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Plciad, Ass. Bus. Man., 2, Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, Forum Club, 3, 4, Track Mgr., Asst., 3, Manager, 4. I llilllllillll 75 QI A L B 1 o N 1 A N - ,J 1. R f i f Q J J , f . ask 1 I I E C9 I Nf -u B Ou 'E V3 -. Yi sf n .. b 1 'H 'B lima nuullliulunuunnnnu nun mln: unnnullu ulunllunnnuu n ll nnnn ununllulluu :mln nn: an nnnnngils - I , l ' I I I ' n I I 5 gf:-2933: If P92122 :I 5 fs-59221 as If 25:-saw 2- W Sfsfmmwswv 3:1 5? 2 U n -. WO '-I Q -Pda 53' w U' . N Um "' r-.1----" '- 5 N I I BQB-.nw-QQ -:B-X. U -:,-.-In-., us --F5 swat.. 30-.ff-vs:-1-vIL,Eg'1 Z I I m:""'?Q tn -P--"""" 0 '--Wk. 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A., 3, Mathematics Club, 2, 3, 4 Publications Council 3 SCOTT, CHESTER C. - Quimby, Michigan All who know him, call him riend Having: High School Literary Band, 2, 3, 4, Classical Club, 2, 3, 4, Philharmonic 3 Oxford Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4 SCOTT, JOHN A. - - fackfon, Michigan A deep, genuine heart felt Jincerig' if a trait o true and nohle manhood facluon High School Literary Football, 4, "A" Club SHYN, PAUL D. - - Chunju, Korea Welcome eoerjfmore to the god: i.r the .relf-helping man. john D. Well'.r High School, Seoul, Korea Biology 1 sf, ' Ffa ,iii1'i'-E3-1,Li,1,TTl'D 1 i Vi m1 1 5 1 11 1? I Q Q Q 7 ugnunuununun-nanllliuul llllil ' 1 L . H .J ---' - V - ' -Q-'-4-'A--L K,-,N-,Xl ' ' V " ' ' - Page Sixty-four 'Q lllll L+.-1 lllll llllll I I llllllllllllll Ill lllllllll ll lll JH x., x.X- Y - 'A QCA L E5 l Q N I A N 1.415 ,j , C KJ ' ' l .. I 1 rf - P I ,i z J X I T I E X' ll' 1 2 f . . I I w i'-5 V SMITH, HOWARD W. - Albion, Michigan ll, In every rank both great and .rmall it if indumy that Jupportr u.r all. X Albion High School Business Administration 1-1 1 Alpha Tau Omcgag Physical Research Club, 2, 3, 45 Band, A , 1, 2, Philharmonic, 2. . . 1 4 l SMITH, PAULINE K. - Alpena, Michigan 5- Silence ir more golden than much rpeaking. ,Qi Alpena High .fchool Chemistry ' Clioniang Chemistry Club, 2, 3, 4, Physics Club, 3, 45 Home Service Band, 2, Philharmonic, 4. SMITH, RUTH E. - - Rochexter, .Michigan Politeneu i.r ar natural to delicate naturec df per- fume to the flower. Highland Park High .fchool Highland Park Junior College F., Sociology Alpha Xi Delta, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Science Club, 2, 33 Forum Club, 4, Dormitory, Board. 4. SMITH, THORN - Birnzinghaln, Alichigan From Nature I would glean the truth. Detroit Northern High School Biology Delta Tau Delta, Spanish Club, 1, 2, 3, Pres., 4, Biology Club, Z, 3, 45 Pres., 2, 45 French Club, 3, 4, Chemical Club 3, 4. ' l SNELLING, LLOYD E. - Fowler, Michigan 1 He has a genial nature and a wealth of fellowfhip. N Fowler High School Michigan .ffate College, 2 Business Administration Delta Sigma Phi, Orchestra, 1, Band, 1, 3, 4. I:-1 .f. . -lffxfa. .M If-1 .ig , S V V I E 'if' i, 5 ffl' 'lj 1 'Li--21 6' .N . . 'x foie .BLA "LIC :" 'f.!,4,115j":,- 'itrf V S I lf' gl W nun lllllllllllllllllllllllllll ru T 1 77 iff y A.-Q-- ,ff---I-., .-,',' " " VK- Y- H - - ---------' ' Y fix Page Sixiy-five ,I w 1 4 l 1 Page Sixly-six FL- ' A A 441 4 - 4 W - 5 , -114 - A, - -J:'1ii 1r,,r',, Lili! ll! xi,- - '1 .i ....-----..........-,-...-,. M, pg I 5:5 'Xe V ' LJ ,. 4 Y M ' ij: LM J H Q 1,1 elf- iq , 4 JV., -' cn 11-1 Q, 3... CJ 2533395 95551175515 55555529 QQQNSSQEAECJR -Nadajggbggj -on-:E Q., U- D-Rims .., .-.s-,mm :un ng-:Nga 5:-'::mQ. wp A. -. U' .... 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E : Grand Rapidr Central High .fohool if ' : Grand Rapid: Junior College l ' : Literary I-, 1 : E 8: A, Classical Club, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 4. F1 l : Y I l'1 1 I V 2 l E XVEIDENHAMMER, NELLIE C. Onomlaga, Mich. U 5 M0d6IU' if the .foul of vjrrzze. 'Z' : Laluin Hi h Srhool 5 'l I l , .14 .1 , , 5 H . : Literary ' up-M ' ,, : Clioniang Contributors' Club, 45 Spanish Club, 2, 35 " 1 - Y. W. C. A., Honor Roll, 4. 'V ' In l 5 " 113 l : I ' : ' 1 :gl I I WEST, XVAYLAND H. - Alma, Mzchzgan 1 U . . . . 1 ' Evefjy man .r tafk :J hu lzfe-prexeroer. l : Alma High .frhool 1 l I Alma College,1, Z, 3. ' - Chemistry, Chemistry Club, 4. Q ' l I 1" ' ,V I Q WHVIE, DONALD F. - fackxon, .Michigan 1 E Mzzric ir well Jail! to he the Jpeech of angelf. N : jacluon High Xrhool i A : Literary-Music l I Alpha Tau Omega, Glec Club Accompanist, 2, 3, 45 Phil- 1 , 1 E harmonic Accompanist, Z, 3, 4. ' Q : 1 I I I WHUNEY, Lois M. - North Branch, Mich. 5.1 E A true friend and a ready helper. Q- 1 : North Branch High School 1 : Home Economics u Alpha Xi Delta, Economics Club, Basketball, Calprain, 45 11 l I Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Philharmonic, 35 Girls' G ec Club, lj,1 g 2, outing Club, 1, 2. lal 1 11 1 I , ' . I 13 1 I 1 1 u I V l I3 l E jf l I 1'l V : 11' I -q 763, W Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 ,.,- f- ... XJ 'J Page Sixty-.sewn ..e yi, A A l.. 5 l G N l A N .N lllllllllillIIllllllllllQl 4 R V be me ki e A e ' .5 . if' : , H : :nl I 5 I L1 , , I -I WILLIAMS, DAISY M. - Eocanaba, .Michigan I f ' f . I ' Moalenjf and truth are the ,guardian angelx of I: l woman. Sault Ste. Marie High School : ' Northweftern Univenrity, 1 : a Literary : ,i Alpha Xi Delta, Y. W. C. A. Secy., 3, 4, Philharmonic 2, 1 ' I 3, Debate, 3, Publications Council, 3, Histrionic Club, 3, , 4, Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3. ' . I 1 l WILLIAMS, HARRY E. - Albion, Michigan i :Il Noble are his a.rpi1'ation.r, noble are bio accom- E , ill plixhmentx. ' Albion High School ' ' " Literary '- Delta Tau Delta, Football, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Baseball, 1, f 2, 3, M. I. A. A. Board, Dramatics, Pleiacl Staff, 4, "A" ij Club, Inter-Fraternity Council, 4, Philharmonic, 2, Class -al Treasurer, 2, Yell Master, 2, 3. , L WOOTON, ESTHER A. - Greenville, Michigan El I 1 Her voice wax ever .roft and low, an excellent thing F , 1 in woman. " , 5 X Marxhall High School V V, Literary --I ' , 5 Kappa Delta, Philharmonic, 2, 3, Y. W. C. A. J A il 9.1. WORTH, HARRY - Netgannee, Michigan J ' I would speak with the tonguef of men ana' angels. ll Negaunee High School Literary 'N French Club, 2, 3, 4. H 'HELMER, HARRY W. - Homer, Michilgazz ,J The clifadvantacge of an honeft heart ix creclnlity. El X Homer High School Albion High School , History JOHNSTON, RUSSEL M. - Detroit, Michigan ,Zi If I take care of my character, my reputation will FT! take care of itxeelf. l Detroit Southeaxtefn High School Pre-Medical eg 1 Sigma Chi, Y. M. C. A., Oxford Club. d LOZUAWAY, CLARENCE - fackxon, Michigan Eveijl man is a volume yon know how to reaa' him. IQ 7 fackron High School lil: "A" Club, Football, 1, Z, 3. H ? l -1 iT?iAZ'7f'F"?'17'Vlfj-l-',:lTl'l'l'n 1 '7 ff 1 A ggi f f'll"7fIff'i,l Q to Y' . l Q il ol- A --M H W- - -'lx Page Sixty-eight 1 fx ,K , ,X-.-i.-M., .47 MDW Y '-P''j'r--fl-7--.--f--.-r.N2 ,-f., ,F ll, ..-..s.-.-,..,.M-5,k L,- ,, ,- fJI.LD,?lJJf7Yf0jQ. "fl - JUNIORS S .gp 4 r ,ll 'L 5. 1 5 H if H Y E, lj li! fl , 1" 5, ai rgii .Q . 52 f U -4 P . IUK I .. 5 :QI lg' 1.-a 12' fs-1 'J H Qi :Ji Ls H 1 Cf 12 11 l-I 1 T3 rj: iff L1 ,Q Q , fi V4 '1 REF i ,A H ii E1 s' ICEYES COOPER ELLIOTT CONRAD uI1i01' C1388 lt iC61'S RALPH KEYES ------ President CHARLOTTE COOPER - Vice-Prexident GERALDINE ELLIOTT - .Yecretmjf RAYMOND CONRAD - Treasurer Memorial: Play: Party: Class Committees CHARLOTTE COOPER HELEN Cox CLARK ROGOIE REGINALD ELDRED AFREA LEWIS GLADYS BAUER BATES WILLS DOROTHY KENNEDY LOUISA ROGERS Pdge Sevenly "8 2 A fain Q f-4 ID 4 f. , r- U OJ Q0 A Q Z Q 'H 4" TIP Z A E? GHRALDINE M ABBOTT Alhmn Michigan Alhzon High .ffhool French Delta Gamma Glee Club 1 2 Philharmonic 1 2 3 French Club 2 3 Forum Club 3 Basketball 2 3 W A A MARION ALGER N orthrm H 1 gh .Yrhool HomeEconom1cs Dclt1Gamm1 Class Secretarv 1 ELSON P BALKEMA Gramlzfzllc Michigan Grarzdulle High School Business Administration Sigma Nu Orchestra 1 2 Asst Mgr Book Store 3 Asst Mgr Bas ketball 3. ARDA BEHLER ft. Loui.r Michigan St. Loui: High .frhool Alma College Corinthian'Girl s Glee Club 3. CLARENCE B. BOLDT Alhion, Mirhigorl Albion High .Yrhoal History, Sigma Chi, Football, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, "A" Club, Forum Club, 3. MARGARET M. ADAIR l'Vi1'z1I1ll0lfC, Mirliigun, Roorrwlt High Srhool Music, Kappa Delta, Dormitory Executive Board, 3, W. A. A., 2, 3, Tennis, 1, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Harmony Club, 1, Philharmonic, 1, 2, 3. . NORRIS ASLINE Clare, Mirhigniz, Clare High .Slrhool C. M. S., Pre-Medic, Tau Kappa Epsilon. GLADYS L. BAUER Albion, Michigarz, Albion High .Ychool English, Alpha Xi Delta, Pan- hellenic, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 2, 3, Histrionicg W. A. A., Class Secretnrv, 1. DITH A. BENTLEY lfVnlled Lake, Mifblgdfl, Ponfiar High .Yrhool ome Economics, Clionian, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Home Eco- nomics Club, 2, Y. W. C. A., W, A. A, ' HAROLD B. BRISTOL Fremont, Michigarz, Fremont High School Pre-Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Philharmonic, 1, 2, 3, Debate, 1, Band, 1, 2, 3, Physics Club, 2, German Club, 3, Dra- matics, 3, Mathematics Club, 3, Ass't Editor, Albionian, 3, Publications Council, 2. V A L B 1 Q N 1 A N D KJ' ' I Y . 1 . r. '.ie:,gg. pl if . Q . A - . - f - - 1' .Q it' J 4 A D 5 '7 -3 , ,,,,,g .L 5 ' . , Q - - - i ' - R H I2 IL K V :ga . .id I la yr . at A 1, ' 1 l. J Detrob, Michigan, 2 4 ' , . . K, ,, . 2" .l 'l if -1 c ' i la :Qin ' if .m ' .Q 1 'lv . ,Y . i 1 "sl L. i 1 1 i i - Fx , ' Q . U , in P an In r A B. 9 " fr . , sa f A E , . 'f 13 4 H , , ' . , 0 1 . A J' I ,A ' an 9 1ununnuuuunnunnu ann 3315553 l Page Snenly one I i 7 X C. EMMETT BROCKLEBANK jackfon, Michigan, facluon High School Pre-Medic, Sigma Chi, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, Publica- tions Council, 2. ROGER S. CALVERT Highland Park, Michigan, Highland Park High .Ychool Highland Park College, 1, Bus- iness Adminisration, Sigma Nu. Y. M. C. A. 1, Football, 1, Bas- ketball Mgr., 1. FLORENCE E. CLARK Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Eactern High .Ychool Literary, Alpha Xi Delta, Span- ish Club, 2, 3, Secy. Women's League, 2, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2. CHARLOTTE K. COOPER Saginaw, Michigan, Saginaw Eaftern High .fchool Latin, Delta Gamma, Publica- tions Council, 1, 2, 3, Classical Club, 2, 3, Vice-Pres., Junior Class, 3. HELEN M. Cox Scotnfille, Michigan, .Tcottville High School Science, Kappa Delta, Pres., 3, Y. W. C. A., 2, Treas., 1, 3, Chemistry Club, 2, 3, Biology Club, 3, Physics Club, 3, Class, Sec. 2, V. Pres., 1. gmaf, A. i. is s o ssl 1 A N Den . . V - FLORENCE B. BROWN McBain, Michigan, Marion High .Ychool C. M. N. S., 1, 2, Mathematics, Glee Club, 3. LAWRENCE D. CHILDS Battle Creek, Michigarz Battle Creek High School Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Asst. Bus. Mgr., Pleiad, 2, Phil- harmonic, 2, 3, Bus. Mgr., Pleiad, 3, French Club, 2, 3. RAYMOND H. CONRAD Grand Rapidr, Michigan, Grand Rapidx .Youth High .fchool Pre-Law,DeltaTau Dclta,Traclc, 1, 2, 3, Co-op. Board of Con- trol, 1, 2, 3, "A" Club, 2, 3, His- trionic Club, 2, 3, Student Sen- ate, 2, 3, Inter-Fraternity Council, 2, 3, Class Treasurer, 1, 3,Philharmor1ic, 1, Dramarics, 2, 3. RussELL A. COURTRIGHT Alhion, Michigan, Alhion High School Political Science, Delta Tau Del- ta, Track, 2, 3, Band, 1, 2, 3, Asst. Football Mgr., 3, Booster Committee, 3. RUTH E. DEAN Alhion, Michigan, Alhion High .fchool Literary, Delta Gamma, W. A. A., 2, Glee Club, 1, Tennis, 1. zicem-fry rr D G Page Seventy two illillll nnunl uunnnnnnn I anus n A l NYU Ci in - TFTP lull lllluuunulnnluunnuunnl Illiunnlunmnu :annul I BEATRICE DENTON Lawrence, Michigan, Lawrcncr High School Western State Normal, 1, 2, Stu- dent Volunteer, Vice-Pres., 3. XVENDELL O. Enwaims Royal Oak, Michigari, Royal Oak High School Business Administration, Tau Kappa Epsilon- Debate 1' Asst. Bus. Mgr. Albionian 1' Bus. Mgr. Pleiad 2- Publications Mgr. 3' Student Senate 3' Span- ish Club 2 3. ALLEN R ELLIOTT Pontiac Michigan Pontiac High School Literary Tau Kappa Epsilon Glce Club 1 2. 3 Dramatics 1 2 3 Classical Club 2 3 DONALD C GABRIEL Dctrozt M ich: gan N orrl western H 1 gh .fchool Pre Lau Delta Sigma Phi Glee Club 2 3 Philharmonic 2 KENNETH GoonEMooT Lake Otlrna Michigan Engineering E 8cA Chemistry C uh KENNETH B. DE OME Elk Rapiilc, Michigarl, Elk Rapiilr High .Ychool Pre-Medic, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Debate, lg Y, M. C. A., SCC., Vice-Pres., lg Classical Club. REGINALD H. ELDRED Albion, Michigarz, Albion High .Ychool History, Delta Sigma Phi, Glee Club, lg Philharmonic, 1, His- tronic Club, 2, 3, Pleiad Staff, 3, Chairman junior Play. GERALDINE M, ELLIUTT fhclhv, Michigarz, .Yhelhy High School. Pre-Lawg Alpha Xi Delta, De- bate, 1, 2, 3, Delta Sigma Rho, Glee Club, lg Bancroft Prize, 2, Executive Board, Dormitory, 3. IAMES L. GALLOWAY Hmlron, Michigan, Hadron High School Pre-Medic, Sigma Nu, Philhar- monic, 1, Z, Cross Country, 1. YVONNE E. Haocir Albion, Michigari, Literary, E. dk A.gFrcncl1 Club, 1,2, 3. l Lak: Odcna High .Ychool i Alhivrl High -9500! 1 . ' ' " l I l va ,Y 'X iIllIII!lllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIII I Q 'Q 7 G Pago Sox only fhn c 'a 0' A 'V WL ,Vx- F1 -1' 1 L 1 '4 ..- , Q, '11 N, , 1 1' "1 1 1- . 1 i 11x1 1' rr 1- . 1 1 :"V'f' 11-, , n' M ' 11 1 I ,156 51, il: ' 11'-Y1' I A 1- 7 1 4 V 1 A 4 4 '- will :Nu . 11 , --11ml W 1' 'fa' 'X 'Q jf, :'lT- M 36? 1 1. 1 ,. .L f. 1:. .Q , 4 , r ,N 1 1 2'7"' ,V ..1w ff w 3 .v , - .1 1 ' 1. '. , '11 v ws.-la.-1"'- Q rg 1 1 'Jw ' 1. 15-:V 5 M ' '15-' H7-I 1' .,,. I' ,K 4 -1r-1-Y' e. P 1 IQ' ff-WW . 1 1' ' 4 1 242' 1 1 1 ' 'wsu ,11. 1- ' gx '1 1 f 4 11. 111: ,' -1' "- '1 Y 1 W- ' Nm I 1 +V' 1 . 1 4 11-7 1 11 fm fd' 's ,.1'1"f Y 4-1' :- A. ,1 11' w- 1,11 ,ilk 1 .1 :all 11 1 . 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' MARIAN HITT Spring Arbor, Michigan, Spring Arhor Seminary Spring Arbor Seminary, 1, West- ., ern State Normal, 2, English, Clionian. l FLORENCE JACKSON f Tolnlo, Ohio A Morrison Waite High School l , lish, Alpha Xi Delta, Philhar- : monic, 3. l L I Z ' 'A Q ,Tx . I 1 l . E I I ' . . . ,-. l tg R142-l'3 ,....- .. , -.-V .. ...--..-- L-, -L ,,,,,,,,.., ,,,,, ' e2:f..s,LL-1o.4uL.1...f -ELL1g.,.'..u.4,g.LC.,,L1o.i.4I L ' '-- T T-4-' A'--MW --ff- -N-f+-.J Page Setfenly-four g University of Toledo, 1, 2, En- W WILLIAM G. HART Highland Park, Michigan, Highland Park High School Literary, Tau Kappa Epsilon. LETI-IA B. HEATHCOCK Orlando, Florida, Alhion High School Lawrence College, 1 , Home Econ- omics, E. 84 A. , Home Economics Club, 3. E. ELIIOY Hniuucic Flint, Michigan, Flint High School Business Administration. LESLIE H. HOFFMAN fackfon, Michigan, facluon High School Pre-Law, Alpha Tau Omega, Football, 1, 2, 3, "A' ' Club, Pres., 3, Athletic Board, 3, Class Pres., 1. Gizonmz R oNI1s Mzllerrhurg Mlchzgan Onawaj High School try 2 ""'i -J Literary, Sigma Nu, Cross Coun- STN' 415 qunununiuu--nn nulxuuuuuuf fDl,.....l Q A - A K7 .................. il A L 5 1 QJN 1 A rsiljf CLAUDE E KANTNBR Hurting: Michigan Hurting: High School Education Sigma Nu Debating 1 2 3 Classical Club 1 2 RALPH C Keyes Detroit Michigan Detroit Central High School Pre Law Tau Ka pa Epsilon ack 1 2 3 D te 1 2 Student Senate 3 A Club Athletic Board 2 3 Class Pres 3 Treas Z Isnmu. K KING Saginaw Michigan Saginaw High School Literary Delta Gamma Pan Hellenic 2 Pres 3 Albioman 2 Student Senate 2 3 Publica tions Council 3 Glee Club 3 College Orator 2 Beimxciz V KLEIN:-:ANS St Lam: Michigan St Louu' High School Alma College 1 Music Corin thian Sorority Philharmonic 2 Glee Club 2 3 CLYDE A LAMPMAN Alhion Michigan Albion High School Business Administration' Tau Ka pa Epsilon' Asst. Bus. Mgr. Al ionian 2'Bus. Mgr. Albion DOROTHY I. KENNEDY Highland Park, Michigan, Highland Park High School Mathematicsgzklph Chi Omegag Spanish Club, 2g Mathematics Club, 2, 3. EDWARD C. KILIAN facluon, Michigan, facluon High School Pre-Law, Alpha Tau Omega, Publications Council, 2, Pleiad, 1, 2, 3, Editor, Pleiad, 3, Asst., 25 Albionian, 2, 35 College Hand- book, 3, 45 Homecoming Com- mittee, 1, 2, 3. MARION E. KINGMAN Albion, Michigan, Alhion High School , Modern Languages, E. and A, French Club, 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club, 2, 35 Philharmonic, 3. XVILLIAM T. Knans Hfjandotte, Michigazl, lVyondotte High School Pre-Medic, Chemistry Club, 35 Physics Club, 34 Track, 3. JOHN Lnwrnizn Dearborn, Michigan, ' Drarborn High School Pre-Medic, Sigma Nu, Chemis- try Club, 3g Biology Club, 3, Track, 2, "A" Club, 2, Tennis, ian 3' Spanish Club 2 3. 1, 2. qlilllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllll 7. Q 7 - H l Page Seventy fu lllll cl up F' .UU CO 'Z 71? Z E7 l 4 -. WIECLX T' 3 11103 CCS1'IifCl'IlCfV" IPCC 'C 'RCI' :LCV C "i:l1ivJ3 ELL Ili ...fU'CFQIJ'.DIm.'Ei lii lil.. Louis A. LEESON Ann Arhor, Michigan, Ann Arbor High School Pre-Lawg Alpha Tau Omega. ADREA W. LEw1s Lanxing, Michigan, Hopkinf High School Literary, Delta Sigma Rhog Bas- ketball, 2,Debatc, 1, 2, 3. HAROLD G. LEWIS Dctroit Michigan Northwertcrn High School Pre-Law' Alpha Tau Omega' Track 2' Classical Club 3. HARLAN P. MCCALL Ithaca Michigan Ithaca High School Mathematics' Sigma Nu' Cross Country 1' Glee Club 2 3' Mathematics Club' Philharmon- ic 1 2'Asst. Baseball Mgr. 3. MARY P. MAPLES Detroit Michigan Wcxtern High School Detroit Teacher s College 1 ' Literary' Alpha Chi Omega. HELEN L LETTS Owofxo, Michigan Owono High School Musicg Glec Club, 1, 2, 3g Y. W. C A. 1 2' Dormitor Vice Pres. - , , , Y ' 34 French Club, Philharmonic, 1 2. FRANCES E. LEWIS facluon, Michigan, fockcon High School Modern Languages, Kappa Del tag Classical Club, 1, 2, 34 Span- ish Club, 2, 35 French Club, 3. ROSELLA V. LINK Flint Michigan Lowell High School En lish' Clionian Sororit ' Ger- S Y man Club!,2 3' Glce Club . BEULAH M. MAGNOTTA Alhion Michigan Alhion High School Literary' Classical Club . MARIAN A. MARFILEUS Holbf Michigan Holly High School Literary' Delta Gamma Dorm Proctor 3. InluaulullunalllllllllllnlnnnuuuiiullInnnunIIlIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllll lllllilllllllllllllllluuuullllllnnnlllill , , , . .3 l I l I , .. l l l A , , 3, , , , , , , ,3 3 I I , , , , 1 1 1 J l , U l ' , , 2, ' ' 3 l I 1 l p 3: ' .ef A fs f 11:ni1lunnilirnnunniiinnun- 13 NG nin.n'iun-.an...nnuunuuuun .. - W ' T' N! . Page Sc: 'enty-:ix qqmafhfirmmgy Baan. D. Maxxum Detroit, Michigan, Highland Park High .Ychool French, Kap a Delta, Philhar- monic, 1, 2, glee Club, 1gFrench Club, 2, 3. Minnnen I. MONROE it Muflecgon Heights, Michigan Muxkegon Height.r High School English, Corinthian, Y. W. C. A. Mancsmzs M. Moons Clare, Michigan Clare High .fchool Pre-Medic' Orchestra, 2' Phys- ics Club, 3' Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. Z, 35 Harmony Club, 2. HARQLDH Nan' Pontiac Michigan Shepherd High .fchool History Tau Kappa Epsilon Rosen E Onanxuuc Albion Michxgali Redfield High School 5' D Business Administration GWENDOLYN E. MILLER Albion, Michigan, Albion High School Historyg Social Science Club, 2' x Forum Club, 3, Philharmonic, 1' Glee Club, 1, Basketball, 2. FRANCIS C. Mooxuz Union Cigf, Michigan, Union Cigf High School Mathematics, E. gl A., Mathe- matics Club, Civic Chorus, 3. NORINE R. NAGLE Albion, Michigan Albion High School Alpha Chi Omega' Glee Club, 1, Publications Council, 25 W. A. .,2,3gY.W. .. C1-1AnLasJ NELSON .Yuttoru Baj Michigan .Yuttonr Baa High School Business Administration Delta Sigma Phi Forum Club 3 Class Treasurer 1 DAVID H PAGE Detroit Michigan Detroit Northern High .Ychool 2 English Tennis 3 , S , 2 Q , I , A c A 1 I 1 . ., . . ' . . 1- 5 . o C , v - v I", ' I I "l . '. . . . S . 1 N ' I. S. A .1 . . . . ' ' ' colncggofmccigyofowoif,1, va 7 'xx liillllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll Q l Q 7 ' lil lllllll """"'ll"""""" 1 ' ' V Page Seventy xrvcn ' it LEITHA V. PERKINS Alhion Michigan Millington High School A English. . Lois REIST Buchanan Michigan Buchanan High School Literary' Debate 1'Y. W. C. A: nnis 2' W. A. A, 2 3' bionian 3. MAncaL1NE E, ROBBINS Owono, Michigan, Owono High School V French, French Club, 2, 35 Home Service Band, 1, 2, 35 German Club, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3 Y. W. C. A. r I ' 4 FLORENCBJ. ROGERS i .,3 k , , Hancock, Michigan, f fini Paincrilalc High School Northern State Normal College, Literary. l . .1 CLARK W. Rooms , ,w l Reading, Michigan, 4 i ill Reading High School sl f 13 Q ffl iad Staff, 25 Glce Club, 3. 9 ,., 1 1 V Pre-Law, Delta Tau Delta, Pl C- MILDRED D. PRICE Wateruliet Michigan Watcroilet High School Biology' Clionian' Student Vol- unteer' Y. W. C. A.' Dormitory Executive Board 3' Biology Club 3. ALICE O. Roma Chicago Illinoi: Oak Park High School French' Clionian' French Clu 1 2 3' Spanish Club 3' Albion- ian 2 3'Outing Club 1. HELEN W. Rocxwem. U pton, Michigan, Ron Citi' High School Historyg E. 8: A.g Spanish Club, 2, 3, Forum Club, 3. LOUISA L. ROGERS Watcrulict, Michigan, Watcrvlict High School Latin, Clioniang Classical Club, 2, 3, Histrionic Club, 2, 3. HAZEL M. Ross Lowcll, Michigan, Lowell High School Literary, Classical Club, 2, 3, Home Service Band, 1, 2. lim illllllllllllllill llmullllllllrulll ' Ill I' lltlll!ll+ ll Ll 1 I I 'tml all lil!! ll 'll A l, D l Q lxal A lxl i l1!l l l llll llIllilll! f. cific.: ' r rw " i J X 1 l i ll I l 3 1 l Te ",,,A1, , , b, l 1 fl 'llll l l , i fl ve, C5 J jj e l f'l . L 'f"'3f5f32jEjf q 1,513 igl-Q-'Lil Lgpgffg 5 .'1j'Q3YiLLLnT1i, 1 O sk 3 7 In uuuununnuua-nlllllllul lljlll ' if r.,jL.......-. .,..........-..-...... -..-.a.-L-:-.L L I - -f V gf- - erzly-eigh! . A 'X L il L E6 1 O H 1 El ,XJ Y. --of HUGH C. SBBASTIAN Alhion, Michigan, Albion High School Mathematics,AlphaTauOmega, Mathematics Club, 2. 3. Wn.uAM H. SNELUNG Fowler, Michigarl, Fowler High School Literary, Delta Sigma Phi, Home-coming Program, 3. HARLOW F. STANKRAUPP Alhion, Michigan, Albion High School Delta Tau Delta, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Biology Club, 2, 3: Pleiacl Staff, 3, Home-coming Program, 3, Forum Club, 3. SYVER C. Tnmosnn Pontiac, Michigan, Pontiac High School Literary, Sigma Nu, Athletic BoardofControI,3,Co-op. Board, 3, Football, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, "A" Club. ARTHUR W. Tuwarrzs Grand Rapidx, Michigan, Central High School Physics, Sigma Nu, French Club, 2, 3, Physics Club, 3. iq - V? -1.4143 ,,,. -wi THOME I. SMITH Harriwille, Michigarz, Harrirvillc High School Ferris Institute, Sociology, Ox- F, ford Fellowship, Independent, 1 , Vice-Pres., 3. Lucruz I. SPALDING Detroit, Michigan, Ovid High School Literary, Spanish Club, 2, XVALTBR W. STRAIT Eoart, Michigan, Evart High School fl 'i 3. Physics,TauKappaEpsil0n,Col- , lege Band, Philharmonic, 1,25 rl' Dramatics, 2, 3, Glee Club, 3, Physics Club, 3. EVELYN G. THRALL Alhion, Mifbigdll, Knoxuillc, Tenn. High School - N University of Tennessee, 1, Lit- l crary, Delta. Delta Delta, Glee Club, 2, 3, Philharmonic, 2, 3, Contributors Club, 3 HOWARD D. W1-urn Alhion, Michigan, Albion High School Pre-Engineering, E. 8: A., Phys- ' 2 3 ' ics Club, Chemistry Club, ' f Dil UiTff7?E?T"i P "TfjI'3'QiT7'? - .,....,oXf.-,f- r -rr Pogo Sl'l'l'llfj"iIi7lf 1 I v , 1 -4 'I .l 1 X. I I .1 fjr- - --- T " " ,' AQWQJA i Q A L B l G N l A llIllllllllllllllllllllllull we A I E - H l fi I , arf : Q g " li I l ljl 'N : l H 5 5 wg A E R lf, WEYLE S. WILCOX VICTOR E. WILLIAMS : Goblcf, Michigan, A155078 Mifbfgdn, H E gi Glow High Tomi A1bfmHfg1f mmf g , , :ig Business Adminign-afi0n5E, AA Business Administration, Delta : I'-4 Tau Delrag Football, 1, 2, 35 "A" I I Club, All M. 1. A. A. roofbaii, I 1 ' lj I l 1-5 n 2 E 1 lf' l l BATES WILLS E l Millir1gto1z, Mitbigaiz, : S ll, Millirlgtoaz Higb School DONALD L- WILSON : Q J Pre-LawgDr-:lta Sigma PhigBand, Dffroif, Mifbigfw, I 1 ffl 1, 2, Philharmonic, 1, 2, Glee Nortlswzrtcrn High Jchoo! : l jj Club, 1, 2, 3, Forum Club, 2, 3, Pr -M dim 1: i Dramatics, 2, ASSI. Track Mgr., C C I C' g 3. 3 'Ts E l if-I : l 1' 'F 1 ls-i .5 1 1 f P w. W ', A lg HAROLD C. WILSON AUL XNDER J img b U , Eaton Rapidr, Nlichigun, Q 1 1. Albion Mzcbz an F I ,! f E 'g ' Eaton Rapidx High Srbool l I l ' Albion Hlgb .Ycbool - - : 9 f 7, , A Pre-Meclicg Delta Tau Deltag Bi- 3 Q '-' L1fC1'flfY5AlPhaTauOmCgaf DC ology Club, 25 Physics Club, 3, I bare, 1, 2, 3. Baseball, 1. : l lf I ' I 3 I is l .R : l ll 5 l ll 1 ' I fi CLEMENT B. HVINGER DOROTHY YOST l Gram! 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