Albion College - Albionian Yearbook (Albion, MI)

 - Class of 1929

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',"9f4:g-'aura ---F , 1 -.-- .. , . , A T---"A1"'ff"ffrvs4T5u2Q-E1'Tr42'-f'4:LI:,:1''tAs6s,.if-M.:.":f-21v4i'2:f:1,3'--f1:'-. -M. - - 1 .-M-.1-,-if - - - .. f.. - --V-- .. -'1ge':+--. r:-QL.,-..-1. . f.-a,,v..'-'1.',.uf'..' ' -KL .'1'- vk N --.1 A ,TH '.. ' .--.4 ,..--:zu 'n-- -r-1 ' V . -'H'-JL? -Y 1-ws'-1f.'7.,'h.J,wr ., ' F7-fn'-.-I .':-1--- ,r Hifi---2,4-:,'-14'-'. 'If' ' ' " ' f LJ444 4, 4 1 ' '15-.Wi-:,'-4.-rn 11' .f , -yu,--, "-'- - ' ' , .A -wc: '-fr I ., '- -,ffh-71 r s Zlhministratinn ,lonx l-Aw1nc.Ncu SEATON I,I't'.Yllil'l1-I of Albion. Collage A. li.,-Upper Town University, 1893: S. T. B., 'Boston University, 19013 Ph. D., Boston University, 191155 Williams Scholar, llarvnrml, 1912-133 D. D., Upper Iowa University, 19219 LL. D.. Vlfcst Virginia 1.Vcslry:u'l University, 192-1: Professor of Psychology, Dakota NVeslcyan Uuivcsity, 1913-143 President, Collcgc of 1,110 Pncilic, 1914-1019: College Secretory, Board of Education, Methodist Episcopal Cliurchr 1919-243 present position' sincc 1924. Rom-nm' NVILLIAMS, M, A., D. D. Dcrm of flu' Cnllcgc and Professor of P111ll1.YlJf7llj1 Dulta Sigxnu Rhog A. I1., NVcslcy:nn' University, 1X1ifl4l1n-town, Conn., 19115 D, D., Albion College, 1921: Registrar nnrl Vice-1'rcsixlenL, Department of English. Ensi. Grecnwicli Academy, East Green- wich, R. 1.5 Dean, Department. of English :ind Classics, VVilli:nns1mrt Dickinson Scniiirary, XVII- li:in1sporI, Pu.: M. A,, Boston University, present position since 1921. MARIAN GRAY, A. B., M. A. Darin nf lflfonwn :md I1z.rlr1lcfor in Englzxli A. B., Ohio State University, 19233 M. A., Corncll University, Ithaca, New York, 19253 Uczin of 1Vomcn, Penn College, Osknloosa, Iowa, 1925-275 present position since 1927. Page Twenty -one Page Twenty-Iwo FR XV1 XV 1 LLTAM XV. Tlzrr, B. S. Prvsidzvzt of Board of Trnsfccs B. S. of C. E., University of Michigan, 1907, Asst. in C. E. De- partment, 1907-OS, Member of Fargo Engineering Company, 1911- 19, Consulting Hydraulic and Civil Engineer, Consumers Power Company, 1919-243 Director and Vice-President of Consumers Power Company, 1922, Member of American Association of Civil Iingineersg present position since 1922. A NK L. MULHOLLAND P1'l'Silil'l1fl' of fllmmzti flr.v0ciation A. B., Albion College, 18963 LL. D., University of Michigan, 1899, Trustee Toledo University, 1910-125 President, Toledo Chamber of Commerce, 191.2-1.3, President International Rotary Association, 1914-159 Lecturer and organizer for XVar Department Commission on Training Camp Activities, 1.9173 Commanding Captain, American Red Cross in France, 191.83 Hon. Member, Credit Men's Associa- tion, Senior I,11l'i.l1'C1', lilnlliollrlncl and T'l:u'tmann, Toledo, Ohio. I.I.i.xM B. BUCK, A. B., A. M. Alrnmn' Secretary A. B., Albion College, 1395, A. M., Albion College, 1896, A. M., Harvard College, 1898, Secretary, Cuban Orphan Association, 1900-02, New York County Visiting Commissioner, 1902-045 Super- intendent of Seylzert Institution of Philadelphia, 1906-15, Director of Sea View Farms and Public Charities, New York, 1916-185 Director of Red Cross Relief, 1918-205 Sea View Farms, 1920-203 Alpha Tau Omega, present position since 1927. 4 Hucu CAm,1a'roN Gimcic, Ph. B., A. M. B1I.Vi71ft'.YS Mcmayer of Albion College Ph. B., University of Chicago, 19215 A. M., University of Chicago, 1922. IYIXLDRED CA'rH1s1uN1z BIAPLEY Business Secrelary Diploma, The Business Institute of Detroitg present position simze 1922. Donornxf MAE IWINNICH, A. B. Secretary I0 the President A. B., Ohio Staie Univcrsityg present position since Iune 1926. J Page Twenty-tl: ree l Page Twen ty-fam' Cixiudx LUci1.L12 ICENNEDY, A. B. .'1.s'xi,v1f11z! 'Registrar .X. IX., Albion Cnlh'-gcg Alpha Chi Omcgug present position since Miarcli 1924. HELEN GILUIQRSLEEVE, A. B. f'1.Y.S'l-.Yfllllf Rag1'.vIra1' A. Ji., Oberlin College, 192-lg Secrczlriry to thc Trc:1su1'cr. 1321140151 XVCSI1-yzm U11-ivcfsityg present position since Iammry 1929. K ' X I I O L4 U mv rw '54 J X, FACULTY F, I ' 4 7 Pffgv w lf 0 B 5 b K, I L is ff gj ,- Q w x "H f 1 Page 'I'1ve11ty-six Iii FREIIIZRICK LUTZ, A. M., Litt. D. lin P1'0fi:.vso1' Emeritus of Modern Language A. B., Berea. College, 1876, A. B., Harvard College, 1378, A. M., Baltliviii-Wallace College, 18795 studied at Jena, Freiburg, Geneva, Mzunich :mil Mzirburgg Litt. D. Albion' College, 1911, Member of the llarvnrcl faculty until 1885, when he came to Albion College, thirty-Eve years as head of the Modern Langlizxgc clepartmcnt, Al- bion College: Secretary of the faculty for eighteen years, formerly zz member of the Modern Lzmguzigc Association, the Classical Association and the Dante Society, Author of "The Elementary liurumn Rcnclerug "German Derivatives", Co-author of "English lltymologies. uamaruczx SAMUEL Goomucn, A. M., D. D. P1'0fc.r.v0r of Billlica-I History and ,L'ffUl'tlllLl'L' Phi Beta Kappa: Psi Upsilong A. B., Vlfesleyan University, Con- necticut, 18903 A. M., University of Michigan, 1898, Yule Uni- versity, 1898, University of Chicago, Summer Sessions: University of Berlin, D. D., Defiance College, 1909, Assistant Instructor in Greek, 1Vcsleyan. University, Connecticut, 1891-92, Acting President of Albion College, January 21, 1924, to july 15, 19245 present position' since 1892. MN Roscoia Suensi-1'1', A. M. PI'0QfC.X'.Y0l' of 1Wf1llz,v1uc1tic.r - ll. S., .Nlhion College, 1901: A. M., 19025 Professor of Mathematics, Montevideo, Urnguay, South America, 1902-04, Michigan Blilitary .Xenrlc-.uiy, 1004-06, Cartlmgc College, Illinois, 1906-08, President, Michigan Section, Matlicmatics Association of America, Dann, 'Bay View Summer School, Alpha Tau Orncgag present position since 1903. ART:-Inn HENRY Hamov, A. M., Ph. D., LL. D. Profcmor of Latin and Greek Languages and Literature , Phi Beta Kappag A. B., Ohio 1Veslcyan University, 18943 A. M., 18963 A. M., Harvard University, 19035 P11. D., Boston University, l905g LL. D., McKendree College, 19283 Vice-President and Pro- fessor of Latin and Greek, Union College, 1894-953 same at Missouri NVcslcy:in College, 1896-975 Acting Assistant Professor of Greek at XVesleyan University, Connecticut, 1905, Professor of Latin, Uni- versity of Denver, 1905-13, Registrar and Instructor in Latin and Greek. Allcghcuy College, 1913-153 Member of Classical Association of the hflid-West and South, American Classical League, Michigan Stxlioolinastcrs Cluhg Autlmr of "College Training," "Fraternity SCll0lZll'Sl'llll,U "What the College anal University Ought to do for the Student in Latin," "Latin and Greek as First Aids in the Study of .l'sycho1ngy," "The Story of Ammi Bradford Hyde", Sigma Alpha Epsilong present position since 1915. A1111-init lVlliR'l'0N CIJICKERI:-Irs, M. S., Ph. D. Professor of Biology and Geology Sigma Xi, Yale and Michigan Cliaptci-sg Ph. B. Shcllielcl SClClTli11C School of Yale University, 19135 M. Si., University of NVisconsin, 1916: Ph. D., University of Michigan, 19275 Instructor in Biology, Beloit College, XVisconsin, 1913-18, Instructor in Zoology, Univer- sity of Michigan, Summer Sessions, 1921-26, Regular Sessions, 1925- 26: Fellowship :Lnrl Research at Barra Colorado Island Biological laihoratory, Panama Canal Zone, Summer of 19283 Author of tech- nical papcrs on chromosomes, ehonclriosomcs, Golgi bodies, aurl general hiology, Member A. A. A. S.: Member American Micro- seopicul Society, 2nd Vice-President, 1925, Treasurer since 1926: Mexnher Michigan Academy Science, Arts and Letters, Vice-President Zoological Section 1919-203 Collahorzitor for Biological Abstracts: Member :intl Lecturer for American Eugcnics Society: present position since 1918. Davin LiNnsAv RANDALL, A. M., Ph. D. Profmxor of Clzimiistry Sigum Xi: A. ll., Yale University, 1904: A. M., 19053 Ph. D. 19073 lustrnclor in Cflicinistry, ljnivcrsity of New llainpshire, 1907-103 Pro- fessor of Chemistry and Faculty Secretary, Baker University, Kan- sas, 1910-183 Associate Professor of Chemistry, Vlfesleyan Univer- sity, Connecticut, 1918-195 Member of American Chemical Society: President of Michigan College Chemistry Teachers' Association, Sigma Phi Epsilon: present position since 1919. Page Twenty -seven Page Twen ty-eight AI.BliR'l' JOHNSTON 1hliCCULl.OCI'I, A. M., Ph. D. Professor of Political .S'L'l.C?1tTt! A. B., University of Missouri, 189-lg A. M., 18959 Ph. D., Univer- sity of Denver, 19053 Columbia University, 1914, 19263 Instructor in' History, University of Missouri, ISU-1-05, Professor of llistory and Political Science, Southwestern College, Kansas, 1910-199 Pro- fessor of Ilistory, Northeast Missouri 'l'caehers' College, 1919, Professor of History, Morniirgsitlr' College, Iowa, 1923-24, Author of "The Loan Othcc lixperiment in Missouri", Member nl' the Political Science Association of America, anrl of the Acaclenly of Political Science of New York: Pi Kappa Delta, present position since 1919. DONALD Moxkotc Gn.mau'r, Ph. D. Pl'0fP,f.YOI' of 11l0d1'rn Lfzlzgzzagux Phi: Beta Kappa, Ph. B., VV'eslcyan University, Connecticut, 19085 Certifrcat d'etucles frzineaises, University of Paris, l9l0g A. 311. 1Vcst Virginia University, 19175 Ph. D.. University of 1Visconsin, 19209 Instructor in French, Northwestern' University, Ill., 1909-10, Instructor of English, Corozxtl, Porto Rico, 1908-093 Supervising Principal, Corozal antl lsluinneuo, Porto Rico. 1911-1-lg Instructor in English and French, Instittito Nacional, Panaxnzi, 1914-15g Instructor of Romance Languages, Wfest Virginia University, 1915-185 Uni- versity of Cincinnati, 1918-195 Grzuluate work and Assistant in' Ro- mance Languages, University of 1N'isconsin, 1919-205 Delta Kappa Epsilon, present position since 1920. 1 Ctramiaxr EUGENE Room, Ph. M. Professor of Plzyxics Ph. ll., Albion College, 1894, Ph. Nl., 1897: Instructor in' Astron- omy and Physics, Albion College, 1395-975 Fellowship in Astron- omy, University of Chicago, 1897-99, Instructor in M:it,ltcm:ities and Astronomy, Beloit College, XVisconsin, 1899-Ol, Professor of Mathematics and Physics, Carthage College, Illinois, 1901-03, In- strnctod in Physics, Michigan College of Mines, 1903-15, Assistant Professor, 1915-205 lleatl of Department of Physics, VV'ES1L!1'i1 State College of Coloratlo, Summer Session, 1923, tlx'zxtlu:xte work in Physics, University of Michigan, Summer Sessions, 192-1-25: present position since 1920. 'Q FRANK NVias1.1cv S1IL1I.'1'IS, A, B., A. M. XV I Tn Profcxsor of B1l.vfnic'.v.v .4l11mil1isf1'alI0n A. B., Stat: Tczxcllers College, Ccd:n'.Fal1s, Iowa, 1908, A. M., Stale Tcncllers College, Civ.-eluy, Colorado, 19145 Professor of Busi- ness Ali11111'l1Sll'Hl101l at Greeley, Coloratlog present position since 1922. LLIAM XV11I'1'ClJMl1 VV1-l1'1'1il10US1E, A. M., Th. D., Ph. D. Pr0fr.r.r0r uf liC011f011l-iC.Y and Snciologgl A. B., 1.clmn'on Collage, 19163 llnnc Theological Seminary, 19155 B. 17., Garrett llihlicnl Institute, 1917, Marquette University, School of Cmnmcrcc, 1917-18: A. M., Tmwrencc College, 19193 Th. D., Drew Tllcnlogicnl Seminary, 1923: Ph, D., Northwestern University, 1927: Delta Sigma Phi, present position since 1922. OMAS 11'1i11.'1'0N CARTIER, Ph. D., B. D. Pl'nf1f.i'sor of ,Ell'1ltTf1'f101l- Phi Delta Kappa: A. H., Illinuis XVcslcy:in University, 1914, TZ. D., ffizirrctt llilxlicnl Institute, 1917, A. M., Northwestern University, 19213 1'Ii. D., University of Chicago, 1923: Student Director of llannlinc Univursity, 1919-20: Ccntrfil State Normal College, Sum- mer, 1925: South Dnlcotzu Struts Cullege, .1'irool:inotT, South Dakota, Summer, 1927: Member of Nzltinnzil Education Association, Mlicll- ignn Acmlcxny of Science, Arts and Letters, Sigma Tau Della, pri-sc-nt position since 1923. Page Twenty-nina Page Thirty DiaRx1c12Lx'l1m Cimsnv, B. S, Prnfv.v.m1' of H mm' l3t'0110ll1it'.S' B. H., l'uivcrsity uf NVisConsin'g Clrfuluztts: stuilcut, Columllizt Uni- versity, two summursg l'J'ircctor of Home Economics: present positimi since 102-1. ROYAL GLENN HALL, M. A., Ph. D. PI'0ft'SS01' of Hislory A. B., Park Cullcgcg M. A., University of Kzmsnsg IE. ll., Auburn '1'he-oiogical Seminary, Ph. D., University of Cliicngoi Instructor :Lt 1':n'k College, 1918-195 University of Kansas, Suiniiwr, 15120: Assist' :mt Professor at 'University of Missouri, 1920-21, University nf Cliicztgn, 1924-25, Five yczirs nf ruligiuus. :mil ciluczttiounl wrlrk in Siznn and iiztwniig Kappa Delta Pig pri-sent pusitiun siucc 1036. N. I. WI-zlss, A. B., M. A. .ilftilly l'1'nj't'.v.vn1- of Pnbliz' .Yfwzlkfllgz V Delta Sigma Nlm: VVu0stcr Acrulciny, 19I2g .X. Il., 11'ous1vr College, 1918: M. A.. University nf NVisccxusin, 1926: Ensign, U. H. N. R. F., 1018-1919, Instructor, High School, New I'1ii1:udu1p11i:1. Ohio, 1919- 223 Couch of Debate :tt Kzliaumzon Cculrnl lligh School. 1922-263 Coach of llclmtc at 13cl'uuw University, 1936-173 Luuturc in Speech, University uf Wisuuns'n, Suuluur Scssiun, 1918: Mcmliur nf National Assncintiuu uf 'i.L'2lCi1K'I'5 uf Speuclxg present, position since 1927. V l oms UPTON Row1-aNn, Mus. B. Director of School of Jlfizsic, Profmmr of Piano and Tlzcory, I'n.rf1'-lwlor -in Organ, Mus. ll., Oberlin. College, 19075 Grnduzitc Study, Oberlin Collcgc, University of Kansas, anrl private Tutors, VVilsrm Preyer, Shilton Guclowsky: Director of Music, Mcrcerhurg Academy, XVeslcy Col- lege, University of Dakota, llalrcr Univcrsityg- present position since 1926. Ilfmom B. l-Lxuvizv, Mus. B. Profemmr of Violin and Tlzcory of Muxic Graclnaic Oherlin Conservatory, 19125 Graduate study Royal Con- servatory of l5rnssels,'1913-143 Graduate stnrly Ecole des Hautes Etudes 'hlusicztles de FYIHICC, ,ITontainchlean, Summer, 19253 Pupil in Violin of Franz Koehler, Maurice Kessler, Leon Sillllfbflllllij Director of Music, 'Louisiana State Normal, Natchitoches, La.: lleail of Violin Departments at Morningside College Kthree yearsj, linker University, Baldwin, Kansas, fcight yenrslg present posilion since 1927. o iarn Cowmav CI.liIiI.ANll, Mus. B., P. M. A, Profvxxov' of Vuinr Kenyon College: University of Rochester, Eastman' School uf Mu- sic: Vocal training with limlmuml Jones, University of Edinburgh, Samuel Riclmrrl Gaines: Oscar Gareisscn, T. Austin-Ball, Soloist with Roclieslcr Festival of Beethoven Music, Director of Music at famp W'innehago, Fayette, Maine, two years, Member of staff of XVGY and W'lIAM Radio Stations: present position since 1927. Page Thirty-one f Page Thirty-t'w0 C1-.uuss.t DICKIE-STEWART Instrncfru' in Piano mul Normal Piano Mclliods Albion Couservatoryg Detroit C'm1se1'vutut'yg Personal 'Instruction under Dr. Nvillium Maison, New York: W. C. Seelmeek, Chicago: Rafael Iosseffy, New Yurkg Music School of Northwestern' Univer- sity, Summers, 1920, 19223 Special Course in Normal Metlmzls uf Piano, joseph Lhevinne, Russian Piztnislg Teaching under Otto Sand and lf. NV. Chase in Albion Conservatory: Private '1'caehin'g in llnttle Creckg Normal I"i:1no under Otto Miessner and Repertoire :incl Interpretation Class with Percy Granger in Chicago itlnsical Collcgeg Alplm Chi Omcgng preaent, position .since 1920. Dunuanzn VERNOR Proftxvxor of Organ ' Student :tt Institute of Blusicnl Art, New York City: Private Pupil of Ernest llerumcn and Frank La lforgeg Professor at Bay View Summer School: Orgzxnist :tt First Methodist Churclt, jaeksong Kknnposer of "Swectlieart of Sigma Ching "l"cllowsl1ip of Sigma Ching Sigma Cliig present position since 1923. .NORMAN PARK, A. B. fltxlrizctol' in Public Selina! IlT1z.v1'c Ilffelhods A. R. and Certificate in Public Sclioul Music, Oberlin College, Con- servatory of Music, 19283 University of PlflSlll1l'gll, one year. l , -i Aimli l,n.1..rAN CLAUDON, A. B., Mus. B. IILSIVIICIUI' in- Vain' mm' Tliirmgi A, ll.. Mus. U.. Illinois Wesleyan lfnivcrsityg Blulfton College, Bluffton, Ohio. Iimwn GRANT, Pb, Sc. Music. !1ZSl'l'lll'lU1' in Piano and Cli-ildrcnlv Classes Vnliiic School Music Grailnntif, Qherlin College Conservatory: G1'iltlllZll1C Study at Chicago Musical College :ind Albion College: pri-si-nt position since 1925. .A.l,'l1liIiY K. Wmmaiz, M. A, ln.vIrm'I0l' in linyliivlz' A. ll., Albion College, 111135 Rl. A.. Columliia University, 19213 ilI5l.l'l1Clll1', Lilzcrtyvillc, Illinois: llrzirlnzile School, University of Chicago. Snnnnui' Sc-ssion, 1.92553 Studies nt. Oxford University. linglanili Gi':1eilu:1tc work. Columbia University. Summci' Session. 1212513 Della Grimmag pre:-isnt position since 11322. Page Tliirly-tlzrcf Page Thirty-four ANNIE G. DEAN, A. B. l7l.S'fI'llCf0l' in. Home Economics A. B., Albion College, 19269 Kappa Delta, present position since 1922. Rosiz BALL, B. S. Librarifm and I7lfSfl"llCi0I' in Library Methods B. S., Albion College, 18963 Clmutztuqua Library School, 19223 Member of the American Libr:1ry Association, present position since 1905. EATHEL A. NiiAR'l'IN, M. A. Assisfavzt L'lb1'H7'iG7L A. B., Albion Collegcg M. A., Albion College, 19143 Assistant Librarian at Albion College, 1908-O93 Teacher of Latin and Greek, Flint High School, 1909-13,1915-175 present position since 1920. HENRY AIIARTIN I91ATT1aN1-music, M. A., S. T. B., Ph. D. Prefc'.r.rn1' of E11-gl'i.YfL Language mm' Litcra-lure Alpha Phi Gamma, A. B., Baldwin-Nvallacc College, 1909, M. A., University of Denver, 19155 S. T. B., Garrett Biblical Institute, 19113 Ph. D., University ot' Denver, 19173 Fellow of special rc- search, University of Chicago, summers, 1918-193 Professor of Eng- lish, Kentucky Wesleyan University, 1917-19, Professor of Bible, Dicltcnsnn College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1919-20, Pennsylvania State College, Associate I"rol'essor of English Literature, 1920-24, Professor nf llihlical Literature and Religion, 1924-289 Member A. A. A. S., Modern Language Society, Society of Biblical Literature and lixegesis, and .-Xmerican Association of University Professors. MA'r1-not FRANCIS '1.'nURsroN, Ph. D. xt.v.rnc1'atc Profv.r.vor of Economics A. U., Cornell University, 19093 Ph. D., Cornell University, 1928, Instructor in Rural Economy, Cornell University, 1923-255 Instructor in Marketing, Cornell University, 1925-27. AN'FO1NliTFlE NV1is'rno1zN, Ph. D. .f1.v.vi.r1ant Profcsmr of Modern Languages Ph. D., University of Vienna, 1914, Graduate work, University of Ltnirlnn, surnmer, 1915: University of liirmingham, Ijirminghztm, linglaml, 1915-165 University of Besancun, France, summer, 19215 University of Paris, 192.1-229 Columbia University, summers 1918- 20: University of Chicago, summer 1937, instructor in German, Swarthmore Collage, 1916-17: Instructor in French and Latin, Lalen College, 1Vest Virginia, 1919-21,5 Instructor in French, Uni- versity of North Dakota, 1923-25, Professor of hfodern Languages, University of Urbana, 1926-275 Professor of Modern Languages, Missouri NVesleyan College, 1927-28. "f,.'V - ft 1- Ati 7 s Q Page Thirty-rive Page Thirty-.six En WIN EMU, HONEY, M. S., Ph. D. .fl.v.vi.vlr11il P1'0fes.tor of Biology Sigma Xig B. S., Cornell University, 19163 N. S., University of Illinois, 19223 Ph. D., University of XVisc0nsin, 19l2Sg Assistant In- structor, Cornell. University, 19175 lnstructor, 'University of Illinois, 1919-205 Instructor, Cornell University, 1920-25g Instructor, NVash- ington State College, 1925-263 Member of A. A. A. S., American Psyeltoiuatliological Society, American Botanical Society, Illinois Academy ot' Science, NVise0nsin Acallemy of Science, Arts and Letters: Collahorator for Biological Abstracts, Member of Societe PZlfl'l0l0gif1LlC vegetale de France. HOMER OLIVER PIENDRICKSON, M. A., B. D. As.vi,r1c1.1Li Professor of History Pi Kappa Delta, Phi fianuna. Bing A. B., Iowa Xvcsleyan College, 19163 B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 19205 M. A., Nurtzhwestern University, 1922g Boston University, 1917-18g Graduate work, North- western University, 1927, 19285 Ilcncl of Department of Social Science, Iowa Wesleyan, 1920-279 Head of Department of History, University of Dubuque, 1927-28, Member of American Historical Association, Mississippi Valley Historical Associationg Theta Kappa Nu. DOROTHY GAIL ENGLE, A. B., M. A. I Il'Sfl'1LCf0I' -in Clzmzz-i,vtry A. B., University of Dcnverg M. A., University of Illinoisg Iota Sigma Pig Pi Beta Pig Sigma Delta Epsilong Member of American Chemical Societyg Sigma Xig present position since 1925. Ronnum IVIYRTLE Rmum., M. A. ln.vl1'nclor fu- Mmlwn. l.U7'ly1lUgC.f A. ll., Central College, Fayette, Missouri: M. A., University of f,,lliC!lg01 lnstrnclor ot C'cntl':il College, Fnycttc, Missouri, 1924-253 Instructor at llciilclhcrg Cfollcge, Tiffcu, Ohio, 1925-263 prcscm position sincc 1926. 1h,.xKr: Clillllili, M. A. lllA'll'l1L7f0I' in .S'f7lI1IiXlI and ECIlltTUl'l01L .L ll., University of' Missouri. 1023: Nl. A., University of Chicago, 10285 University of Mexico, Summer, 19225 Baylor University, XVuco. 'l'cxzi:-z, 1924, Univcrsily of Porto Rico, Summer, 1925: In- Sll'llClUl' in Social Sciunccs. Or:m'gc High School, Orange. Tcxue. I02-I-36: Mcnlhcr of Rloilcrn Uniguugc Association, Nljcliigiln Sclioolnnulcr Clnh. Phi llclln Kappa, :Xlplm 'I':xu Omega: prusent position since 1926. 'Rlwmoxn G. Smcxcn-:R, M. S. lll.Vfl'll-l'fUI' in Plzgnvicx ll. S., Kansas State 'l'c:icln:rs' Colluge, En1p1n'i:i, K:nisns,.l922g M. S.. Unirursily of Chicago, 1926: Superintendent of Schools, llzlrlzm, Kznisns. l9L?2-25: l'i lioppzi Delta: prcso.-nt position since 1926. Page Tlrirty-scuzfen Page Thirty-eight jnnx XV. HILLLIAN, A. B., M. A. lzlslrnctor in. English C0'IlLf70Sl.fi01l and foumalisvx A. B., Simpson College, 1925, M. A., Northwestern University, 15.l2l'i5 Instructor in English Composition and Journalism, DePauw University, 1926-283 Member of Sigma Delta Chi, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Tan Omega. KIQNNHTI-1 F. XNf'11.1,1AMs, A. B., M. A. lIl.S'fl'HCf0l' in English A. B., Oberlin College, 1926, M. A., Oberlin College, 1927. l.o'1"rA M. Romans, A. B., M. S. lllSf!'llL'f0l' in Biology A. B., Albion College, 19233 M. S,, University of NVisconsin, 19285 llradnnte work, University of XVisconsin, 1928, and Summers, 1925, 19265 present position since 1923. DoN I'I1axuuNG'roN, A. M. 111-.S'fl'llCf0I' in Edumtion B. Pnl., Ypsilanti State Normal, 19113 A. ll., University of Michi- gan, 1912: A. M., University of Michigan. 19255 Supcriutcnmlcm nf Schoolsg 'Big Rrlpirls, 1913-193 Superintendent, Albion lligh School since 1919: 1"hi Bela Kappa. CHARl.0'l'T'li H. SWANSON, B. S., A. M. A.vsi.vlrmt Pr0fc.v.mr of Art 15. S., Kansas Slate Collcge, Mzmlmltzm, Kzmsasg M. A., Un'ivrrsity of Cliivagog Studies :it Art .Institute of Chicago, 1926-27. MARY IL. TUCKIQR, A. B., M. A. 171,6'H'ilCfC7l' in. Biology A. Ti., University of Illinois, 19263 M. A., University nf Illinois, 1927: Phi B4-tn Kappa: Sigma Xig Mclnlmcr, .-Xnmrican Association for thu Arlvzinccnicnt of Society, American Micrnscopicnl Society. Arncricnn Association University XYomen: Uctn Phi Alphag prusiml position since 1927. I Page Thirty-nine ' ,-gi. Page Forty 'MA1iY Tnowisnmcsrz HONEY, M. A., Ph. D. In-.rfru-rfor in, Englivh Phi 'Beta Kappa: A. B., University of Illinois, 19159 M. A., 1916, Ph. D., 19325 American :Xcacleiny in Rome, 1920-211 Graulunte work, University of California, University of Utah, University uf Xvis- consin, Cornell University and Columbia Universityg Instructor in' Latin, NV:isatcI1 Aezxdemy. Mt. Pleasant, Utah, 1917-19: Tnstrnctur in Latin :uid Assistant Dean of llfomen. l1Z1XVl'ClTCC College, Apple ton, Wlisconsin, i922-235 Professor of Latin und'Creek, XVest- ininster College, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1923-25, Instructor in English, ll-'nsliixmglml' State College, 1925-26, Member of Anwrienn Philolugiczil Assncizttimi, :hl'l'lCl'lCfll1 Association of University lVomen. BrcA1'mcIa Bmn, A. B., M. A. lI!.Yil'1lrl'f0l' in lllndcm Lmiymiyvs A. B., University of Michigan, 1926, M. A., University of Minne- sota, 1928, Diplmne des Ettirlizurts lftrzuigfgrs, University of Tuu- lunsc, France, 1927: University of Purto Rico, 1924-253 fizinnnu Delta. - XVATSON M. DAVIS, M. S. lnsfr'm'lm' in lllulhu111c1li4'.r A. ll., Cornell College, 19263 M. S., University of Iowa, 1928, Sigma Xi, Associate Mt-nibcr. BIu1.A1-I CHAMP, A. B.. B. O., M. A. lll.VfI'1lCf0l' in lJI'!I-'Ulllflfll' mul PIIIJHI' Sffralciflg Pi Kappa Della, l'hi Kappa l'hi, Them Alpha Phig A, B., Nc- lrrnska VVcslcynn University. 191335 B, O.. 19153 Gracluatc work, linnmzrson School of Orawry, lkoston, lflllig M. A., Northwestern University, l!D2Sg Acting Director of Speech, Nclnaslca XVcsleyan Urxivursity, 111143-17g Dircciur uf Speech, HHS-273 Alplm Gz1n1m:L Delta. Page Forty-on c Page For-ty-two IQTCHARD R. DAUGHIQRTY, A. B. Dirrfzrfm' of zflf11.lm'ir.r A. B., St. Tlmmas Collugcg Coaching Sessions :it University of Michigzing Roclcne-Mcamvull Cnnching School and 'l'liistlcw:iiLu- I'JIscn-Hahn Coaching School: .fXcli1ii1iisii':ilivv lwzicl, llcniiji Cozicliing School, Minnesota. United Suites .Xrmy Reserve Corps. Phi Knppu Phi: prcscnt position since 1927 H. Finen PARKER, B. S. Asxislaril Dircclor of fll'Iz.lclic.v Il. S., University of Michigan, 19265 Physical Education Tnstructor, Czuup Custer, Summer of 19265 Alpha Tau Omega: present position SiITcc 1926. Licrix lEs'rEi.LA HAMiL'r0N, B. S. A llirvctor of Pl1y.v1'crrI Education for Plfoliicaz ll. 5., Battle Creek Collcgcg Graclualc work at Columlmiu, Summer, 19275 Pi Kappa Dcltag Euroclelphixmg present position since 1925. .. i' 1 is XZ GOVERNING BODIES 5 I f ix .-. o 8 A Zen S ' f,fA R u 0 Q EW s ,. . N ' I j Q 0 D . 'ia Q 0 0 , 4' QQ? il far f W' , K' ,! Qi X- f If!! 'Z' lx X 'h M X I. Hembdt, Bergman, Adler, Howes Raidle. Fuller, jenkins, Amann, Thornton Hoag, Martenson, Schilz, Bowers, Elliott Student Senate CARL MAIQTENSON ....... Presidenfl RAY BOWERS ...... ....... I ficc-Prrrxizleul GORDON SCI-IILZ ................ ......... . .. ....... .S'rcrelm'y-Treasurer 1' he Student Senate, the campus student executive group, composed of iep resent'1t1ves of the thirteen campus groups with its officers elected by the student body, aims to create 21 better college spirit and to place the student body on t se governing basis. Leonard Hoag Marion Thornton .. Donald Amann ., . Phil Hembdt ..... Theodore Bergman Virginia Fuller . . . Elbert Elliott . . . Homer Howes Thelma Raidle .. . Gordon Schilz . .. Carl Martenson .... ....... Ray Bowers .... . 'Wilson Jenkins .. Page Forty-four .....DvlIa Sigma Rho . .... Frc.rlw11aVn, Clasx Soplzomore Class fimior Class .S'c'nim' Class Sidney Adler ........ ........... .. .. ... 1Illf'I'fI'!llL'l'llllQll Council . . . . .Puulwllnnic Council .....,........"A" Club Pzlblimtions Council Dmvnilory Board Indnfrcndcnls Prvsidmf of Sludcnt Body Vice-P1'c.vidr'nl of Stmlcnt Body Religious Interests Black, Deming, Guilford, Hart, Benedict. Wfilson Gray, Huckle, Brown, Schott, Frevert Grumes, Young, Raidle, XVallcley, Householder Women's Self-Government Association Tl-IIELMA RAIIJLE ..... ........ P rasideui ELIzAm2'r1-I YOUNG ...Vice-President Blalmlcla VVALKLEV .. ..... Secretary LUc11.1.ia Grmmizs .. .... Twaszzrw' The XVomen's Self-Government Association, the result of the reorganization in 1926 of the Student XVon1en's League, was founded in 1924-5 under the direc- tion oi Dean Helen lzlarton. The purpose of the Association is the uniting of the women of the college and the government of the dormitory.- 'Qlfhe Executive lloard, composed of the officers of the Association, the proctors, Dean Marian Gray, and M rs. E. Fay Wfolfe, house mother, has charge of the dormitory government, assisted by several standing committees. Page Forty-five Martcnson, Parsons, Dr. McCulloch Howes, Prof. Hillman l Publications Council Hon-nan Howes ....... ..... P 1'l'S1.dCIlf RUTH PARSONS ........ ..... Secretary DR. A. I. NICCULLOCH .... .................. T 1-easurcr RAY BOWERS ........... .... 1 Vlauager of Publz'cr1tifm.v The Publications Council, reorganized in 1926, has charge of all campus publications, selecting the staffs of the ALBIONIAN and Plcfiad. The Council is composed of two faculty members and four students elected from the student body. lVlEMBERlS Dr. A. J. McCulloch Prof. John W. Hillman ' Homer Howes Sherman Lawton Ruth Parsons Carl Martenson ' ilkff'-,, " ,e I " 1 ii L ' ' liiffl---'.' Z' Page F orty -six Slciglit, Dcnsmore, Gray Prof.Rooil, Proi.Randall, Howes, Nixon Albion College Co-operative Association Pnoif. Ci.i1:M1aN'i' Roon .. ..... ...President FLOYD DENSMORE .. .... ..... V ice-P1-mident Du. Dfivin RANnA1.i. .. .... Secretary T he .Albion College Co-operative Association, established in 1893, has as its purpose the handling of books and school supplies at greatly reduced prices for the students of the college. It is controlled by a board of directors consisting of faculty members and students elected by the student body. Last year the "Co-op" under the manage- ment of Ri1lDl1,PCl'f0l1 and Elbert Elliott, transacted business to the amount of 324,000 BOARD' OF DIRECTORS Prof. Clement Rood Prof. Frank Shultis - Dr. David Randall Floyd Dcnsmore Madeline Nixon Bruce Gray Stanley Penzotti F lorcncc Howes James Sleight ' Page Forty-seven HgiC lg' HQnd50mf3 We Buy OM CZOUQQS W 3 E' x s f H is Q ' pwmL2 5 iPeq eH v A Eff-Q,-' boo q 'comeqgnq scifi! Pg 1' ty gli Z 1 f Q j x J! ' ' ' "l""' 'A , . , 7 9 L -1 K W -I ' ' L I 'ff 12' . ' A '1f?"!-IJ , 7 L5af..j'9.'." S .5 :I -A 1 .F V N'-Q,-g...i.r'-I 'il I ' I i ' fin S X JO O I " rd 1 . Q X W 11 . I nf l , F di 'f ' .51 , Q dw L9 :AA -.M ini 7 " 'rug' :nm . y A 1 ff x -. ry fx ad I ,I nmwifmfl All 4 1 1 I 1 . SE ,J ' w , Air: iff" 2' .Engl EJ I f xx N' ' ' ' H ' " il A I i -1 ,zgrg -1. F R . , 1 151 - J- is Q i A --L v ,H lx: -7' rg -N11 Ni . l , , ' I 'W' ' . E rf? " gg: -f"g 5. Air x' I' + lm 'E E ' fl 1 . 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I 'yffl'-Pl'f'.Yid!'7if josIaI1IIINI2 RICHARII .. ........ Svrrvtnrgv GEURGE HILL ........ ...... T r'c'aIs11f'L'I' Phi Gamma Phi Gamma of Albion College is the local honorary scholarship fraternity. Membership is based upon the same standards as Phi Beta ,Kappa and Sigma Xi. Election to membership is made by a faculty committee from the members of the Senior Class. Sidney Adler .... Alice Campbell ........ ........................ Ruby Carpenter . Louise Clancy .. Lois Heath . . . George Hill .... Leonard Hoag .. Carl Martenson .. Ruth Mcllvenna Ruth Parsons .. . Thelma Raidle . Josephine Richard Esther Schott . .. Margaret Sleight Bernice XValk1ey . Helen Wfebster .. Page Fifty-Iwo Members elected this year are: . . . .Detroit . . .Homer . . .Morenci . . . Albion . . . .Hastings . . . .Cass City . . . . .Albion ..........Detroit . . . . . . . . .Saginaw Muskegon Heights ..... . ...Charlotte . . .Grand Ledge ..........Detr0it ...........Albion Muslcegon Heights ..........DCtl'O1t i ' -sm 5' 5 1 l l Charles Adler Glenn Aldrich Gwendolyn Andrews Hirachi Aso Archie Billlln Lee Bartlett Lynn Bartlett Anusie, CHARLES S., Detroit Northern High School ............................ .... D strait Pre-Law. Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Football 43 German Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treats. 35 "A" Club 3, 4, Athletic Board of Control 45 Independent Pres. 4 AI.u1ucn, GLENN, Evurt High School ..........................,....,.., ..,.. E wrt History. Debate 2, 3, 49 Forum Club 43 Oxford Fellowship 1, Z, 3. 4 ANDREWS, Gwiexiioixn B., Ovid High School ...,............................,...... Albion Kailunmzoo Normal Summer School Literary. Delta Gzuuma: Spanish Club 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 39 Tennis lg Y. NV. C. A. 1, 2, 3 Aso, I-Irimcur, Aoyanm Gakuin College .... Tokyo, Japan DePauw University Business Aclmnnstration. BM-IM, ARCHIE J., Ferndale High School ..................................,...... Ferndale Philosophy. Contributors Club 31 Philosophy Club 3, 45 Y. M. C. A. Scey. 3. l3AR1'i.ia'r1', Liars, Union City High School ......................................... Union C-ity Chemistry. Sigma Chi: Fall Chemical Club 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club 2, 3, 43 Band l, 2 Bmrr1.ia'r'i', LYNN, Union City High School ......,............................... Union City Chemistry. Signm Chi: Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Track 2, 3, 41 "A" Club 2, 3, 4, 'greas..l3g Chemistry Club l, 2, 33 Treats. 3: Athletic Board of Control 43 lnterfraternity ounci Page Fifiy-three ge 2 A ' , , I I: ..,., , P u , Cl l i 1 4 - i . an l ' . lr i . f- ,. p . Y Y , 5 'Q " .i - , . , ,W . ' . Arda Behler Ethel Behling Helen Benedict Harvey Biggs Helen Biles Lawrence Billings XVilliam Blanding BEHLER, ARDA, St. Louis High School ....................,........... ...Sip Louis French. Co-ecl Singers 1, 2, 3, Dramatics 3, 4, Histrionic Club 3. BEHLING, ETHEL, Albion High School .............. ...,. U ............................ A lbion Home Economics. Home Economics Club Z, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4: Art Club 3, 43 Tennis 1, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. BENEDICT, HELEN M., Vermontville High School .............................. Vcrmmzlwillrf Latin. Clioniang Classical Club 3, 43 Dormitory Board 4g Honor Roll. BIGGS, I-IARVEY G., Albion High School .......... ................................... , fllbirm Business Administration. Sigma Nug Football 3, Glce Club 4, Art Club 43 Mcn's Union Board 3, 4, Pres. 43 Class Treasurer 23, French Club Z, 33 Y. M. C. A, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Vice-Pres. 33 Business Manager Freshman Handbook 2, 3, 4. BILES, I-IEL1-:N E., Highland Park High School ........,..................... I-liyliluud Park Biology. Kappa Delta, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. BILLINGS, LAWRENCE, Jackson High School - . ........ Jrirlexon Literary. Sigma Chi. BLANDING, WILLIAM, Greenville High School .............. ..... G rcwmillg Literary. Sigma Nu: Debate 4g Oxford Fellowship 4. Page Fifty-four A W . ' 1 4 :Ii ' 1 fs' i Ray Bowers Brad 'lord Brockway John Bromley Mary Brown VVilliam Brown, Katherine Bullen ' Ruth Burch BOWERS, RAY WY, Three Rivers High School ............,..................... Three Rifvers Mathematics. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Phi Gamma 2, 3, 4, Treas. 415 Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Trcas. 35 Physical Research Club 3, 43 Asst. Business Manager ALBIONIAN 2, Staff 35 Manager of Publications 4 3 Asst. Track Manager 3, Manager 45 Vice-President Student Body 45 Homecoming Committee 3, 4. BnocrcwAv, BRADFORD H., VVaite High School, Toledo ........................ Toledo, Ohio Business Administration. Sigma Chig Football Manager 43 Glee Club lg Interfraternity Council 4, Student Senate 4. BROMLEY, JOHN, Pontiac High School .................. . ..... ...................... P ontfiaic Business Administration. Sigma Nug ,Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Co-op Board 3, 43 Athletic Board 3, 4-9 "A" Club 2, 3, 43 M. I. A. A. Board 3, 45 Class Treas. 35 Interfraternity Council 3, 4. BROWN, NIARY, Oak Park I-Iigh School .... ..... O ak Park, Illinois Martha Vtfashington Seminary Literary. Delta Gamma. BROWN, VVILLIAM, Oak Park High School ............................... Oak Park, Illinois Northwestern University Summer School , Pre-Engineering. Alpha Tau Omega, Spanish Club 3g fPhysical Research Club 3, 4. BULLEN, KATHEILINE, Albion High School ........................... .......... ..... A I bion Fairfax Hall, Virginia English. Delta Gamma, Philosophy Club 45 Y. W. C. A. 4. BURCH, SARAH R., Morenci High School .................... .... 1 Morenci Music. Clioniang College Choir 3, 4g Y. XV. C. A. 4. Page Fifty-five 'v i ' g? 1 1 1:1- , -A . Alice Campbell . Mary Capper Marion Carlisle Ruby Carpenter Louise Clancy Frank Cole Erwin Collins CAMPBELL, AI.ICE. F., Homer High School .............,........................... Homer Pre-Medic. Biology Club 3, 45 Fall Chemical Club Z, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Gamma. CAPPER, MARY JANE, Hudson High School .................. ..... I- I'llfl.l'07l Literary. Clioniang Spanish Club 3, 43 French Club 3, 4. CARLISLE, MARION P., Elk Rapids High .School .............................. Williamsbury Home Economics. Clioniang Home Economics Club Z, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3g Chemistry Club '23 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4. CARPENTER, RUBY, Morencir High School ........................................... M orciici Education. College Choir 43 Publications Council 2, Philharmonic l, 23 Phi Gamma. CLANCY, LOUISE C., Isabella. Shoburn College, India ...... Y .......................... Albion Biology. Glee Club 3, 45 Student Volunteers 3, 4, Prcs. 43 Y. VV. C. A. 4, Phi Gamma. COLE, FRANK, Albion High School ...............................,.................. Albion Journalism. Sigma Nu, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Classical Club 3, 4, Sec. 43 Philosophy Club 4, Sec. 4, Plciad 3, Cross Country 3. COLLINS, Euwm L., Pontiac High School ......................................... Pontiac Sociology. Sigma Nu, Glee Club 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 Y. M. C. A. Sec. l. Page Fifty-six Y I, , ul- - .X ,U Y V 'L Fr Sanford Cooper Dudleigh Culver Clarence Dammon Harriette Davey Ruth Douglass Frances Fillmore Miriam Forman Coomfn, SANFORD L., Detroit Northern High School ................................ Detroit English. Delta Tau Delta 5 Plcind 33 German Club 3, 43 Philosophy Club 3, 4, Contributor's Club 3, 4, Band 3, 4. Cuufian, Dunuaicn, Albion High School ..., ...Albion Economics. Delta Sigma Phi. DAMMON, CLARENCE E., Pontiac High School ...................................... Pontiac Pre-Law. Delta Sigma Phi: Oxford Fellowship 1,, 2, 3, 45 Student Director State Orator- ical' League 2, 3, 43 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 43 Oratory 1, Z, 3, 45 Chairman Student Program Committee 43 All College Banquet Committee 33 Debate 1, 2, 3, 43 Delta Sigma Rho. , Dlsvizv, I-IARRIETTE E., Jackson High School ....................................... Jac-ksan grelnch. Alpha Chi Omega: French Club 3, 4, Spanish Clubi 3, 45 W. A. A. 1, Z3 Y. W. DoUoLAss, RUTH R., Hudson High School ..... Q ................................... Hudson Michigan State Normal College Education. Clioniang Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 33 Home Service Ass'n 39 Home Economics Club 3, 4. Fn,i.Moruc, FRANCES, Fordson High School ..,............ ...... F ordson, Latin. Classical Club 4, Home Service Band 2, 3. FORMAN, MIRIAM E., Grand Rapids Central High School .......... .... G rand Rapids Grand Rapids Junior College . English. Student Volunteers 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 Y. VV. C. A. 3, 4. Page F 'ifty-sew en z"3'w Mildred Frevert Virginia Fuller james Galloway Lawrence Gilbert Ernie Gray Josephine Gray Clare Gray FREVERT, NIILDRED R., Alma High School ......... ..... . fllma Alma College, Ferris Institute Literary. Alpha Xi Delta, Y. XV. C. A. 3, 4. FULLER, VIRCZINIA I., Muskegon High School ...... , ............. ....... ..... . .... 1 l Tnxkcgon Literary. Alpha Xi Delta, Y. XV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 47 Pan-Hellenic Council 3, Pres. 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 3, 4g A1.1s1oN1AN 3, Dormitory Board Z5 Student Senate 4, All College Banquet Committee Z. - GALLOXVAY, JAMES, Hudson High School ..................................... .... I Indsou Pre-Medic. Sigma Nug Chemistry Club 45 Cross Country 1, 2, Track 2.' i Gluzsnr, LAXVRENCE C., Saulte Ste. Marie High School .............................. B1-imlcy Brimley High School Economics. Delta Sigma Phi, Philharmonic lg .Glee Club 3, All College Banquet Com- mittee 3g Chairman Homecoming Committee 4. ' ' GRAY, ERNEST DOBsoN, Pontiac High School ....................................... Pvnliac History. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Co-op Board 2, 33 Athletic Board of Control 2, 3g Class Pres. 3, Class Sec. 23 Student Senate. A GRAY, JosaPHINE M., Luclington High School .................................... Lmlingfrm Home Economics. Kappa Deltag Vlfesley Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4g Philosophy Club 43 Y. NV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GRAY, N. CLARE, Traverse City High School .............. .... ............ T 7 'atfrrsc' City Central State Teachers College History. Basketball 3. Page Fifty-eight is E fxl .Q 4 it Leslie Harris Clarence Hartung Lois Heath Herbert Helmliamp I-lelcn I-lieber Richard Higley George Hill lflamus, NVILLIAM L., Negaunee High School ...................................... Negrnmec Mathematics. Track 2, 3, Physical Research Club 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3. l:lAn'rUNG, CIARENCE R., Albion High School ........ ................... .... A I bimx History. Sigma Chi. V I-IEAT1-r, Lois E., Hastings High School .......................................... I-Iaslings Eniglish. French Club 2g Contributor's Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: XVesley Club 2, 35 Basket- ball 13 Phi Gamma. I-IEI.mKAMr', Hlalzizlalvr O., Akron North High School .... .......................... S aginaw Pre-Medic. Tau Kappa Epsilon: Biology Club 3 4: ALBroN'.xN Staff 2, Asst. Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4: Interfraternity Council 3, 4: Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Pres. 4. I-Inanen, I-I1c1,icN M., Sturgis High School ....................................... ...Albion Mathematics. Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4,' Sec.-Treas. 41 Y. XV. C. A. li, 2, 3, 4. l'l'IGLlZV, Rtcimnn Y., Valparaiso High School ..... .....,............... V nlparaiso, Indiana History. Delta Sigma Phi. ' I-In.L, Gnoama E., North Branch High School .................................. .Cass City Mathematics. Delta Sigma Phi, Philharmonic 15 Glce Club 1, 2, 3: A1.B1oN1AN Staff 43 Mathematics Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4: Forum Club 2, 3: Classical Club 1,.2, 3, 4, Pres. 33 Student Instructor in Mathematics 43 College Social Committee 45 Interfraternity Council 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 Class Treas. 43 Phi Gamma. Page Fifty-nine l 5- . 1 .I 9 .- 45' X . 'l 1,5 1. K, 1 S I E l 1 11 , J 1 1 I 'H 1 ' W J "Li Leonarcl Hoag Mary Hoover Eugene Houck Eleanor Houseliolcler Beatrice Huckle Marian Irwin - l-llNVl'CllCC J2lllll2lSCll l'lOAG, LEONARD C., Albion High School ...... . ...........,.................... fllbion History. Slma Nu: Debate 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2. 43 Forum Club 3, 4, Pres. 4g French Club 1, 25 Student Senate 4: Delta Sigma Rho, Phi G'2iI'I'llU2l. Hooven, MARY L., Canton High School, Kansas. ..................... ...Albimz Kansas State Agricultural Collegcg University of Chicago Home Economics. German Club 4. 1 HOUCK, EUGENE, Albion High School .............................................. Albion Mathematics, Slglllil Chig Basketball Z5 Baseball Z5 Football 3, 43 "A" Club 3, 45 Band l, 2, Mathematics Club. HOUSEI10LDEll, E1.1z1xN0R R., Benton Harbor High School .......... L .... . ..... Bvntorz- Hm'Imr Public Speaking. Delta Gamma: French Club 3, 45 Histrionic Club 3, 4g Dormitory Board 4, WV. A. A. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 Y. VV. C. A. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4. IqUCKI.l-I, B1z11TR1cE I.. Cadillac High School .,............................ ...... C rzdillac Michigan State Teachers' College English. Alpha Xi Deltag Dor111ito:'y Board 43 Publications Council 35 Spa11isl1 Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4g Basketball 2, 3. IRWIN, INIARIAN R.. Olea11 High School ...... ,. ...................... Olmfiz., New York Olean Teachers' Training School History. Student Volunteers 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Y. NV. C. A. 2, 3, 4. JANNASCH, LAWRENCE, Galien High School ............... . . .... Calirn History. Alpha Tau Omegag Debate 43 Oratory 4. Page Sixty . - ,Q . V - . ,f -.. lt ' ' i l l , V i l l . - fa. l 1 I I, VI , 4fj'W' ' id" l i l t Roy Johns Priscilla Kellogg Mary Lou Kennedy Carleton Knack liernarcl Koether George Koether Helen Krueger JOHNS, Rox' C., Big Rapids High School ............................. .... B ig Rapids English. Tau Kappa Epsiloug Glee Club 1, 45 Oxford Fellowship KHLLOGG, P1usc11.l.A, Jackson High School, ............. .. ..... Jackson Frances Shimer School - History. Spanish Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Glee Club 2, 3. KENNIEDY, MARY Lou, Battle Creek High School ............................... Battle Creek VVestcrn State Teachers College Literary. Alpha Chi Omegag Histrionic Club- 3, 45 Y. VV. C. A. 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll Z, 3 KNACK, CARL1-ZTQN VV., Albion High School ..... .... f llbian English. . I .Kolsrl-Iran, BERNARD, Detroit Eastern High School. ......... ...................... D cfroit Hoxye Military. Acacle-my: University of Nebraska Business Administration. Delta Tau Deltag Dramatics 23 Interfraternity Council.3, 49 All College Banquet Committee 2 KOETHER, GEORGE F., Detroit Eastern High School .................................. Detroit English. Delta Tau Deltag Contributor's Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 4g Pleiad 3 KIIUECRER, I-Ii-:I.EN, Petoskey High School ........... . ......... ....... .............. P af toskey History. German Club 3, 45 Philharmonic l Page Sixty-one , L5.'Z.si,,- - 7 ' W' '. ' ii v ' , W 1 l H5 Flip! 4 l i . Julia Landon Dorothy Leech Leslie Lee Lucy Leng Grace Lindsay john Ludwig Norman Lyon LNNDON, JULIA C., Springport High School.. ... ,..Spri1zgporl VVesteru State Teachers College History. LEECH, DOROTHY, Detroit Eastern High School..,.i ................ ..... D riroil' Literary. Delta Gamma, Spanish Club 3, 45 Class Vice-Pres. 4. LEE, LESLIE G., Pontiac High School .... ................. ...... .... P a 1 mac English. Sigma Nu, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, 4. LENG, LUCY C., Hwei-wen Girls' High School, Nanlcing ....................' Jvtlllikillg, China Literary. Clionian, Glee Club 3, Harmony Club Ig Philharmonic 1, 2g Civic Chorus 3. LINDSAY, GRACE M., Vifyandotte High School .........................,.......... Wyandotte University of Michigan English. Kappa Delta, Y. XV. C. A. l, Z, 3, 45 VV. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 33 Plciad 4, Basketball 2, 3. ' Lunwro, JOHN, Detroit Eastern High School .................................. 1 ..,.. Deli-oft English. Sigma Nu, German Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2: Art Club 3, 4, Pres. 45, Quill Club 33 Baseball 2, 3, 4. LYON, NORMAN, Mendon High School ............. i .............,......,.... ..... Lvoniizlas Pre-Law. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Art Club 3, 43 Debate 1: Homecoming Committee 1, 3, 4, All College Banquet Committee 3g Interfraternity Council 3, 45 Plciaa' 4. Page Sixty-iwo 'E' Norine MeAuliii'e Ruth Mcllvenna Amy Mann Leon Manning Joyce Maples John Marvin Ames Maywood MCAUl.IP'l:IE, Nornne, St. Joseph Academy, Adrian ..... ..... A Ibion History. Alpha Xi Delta. MCILVENNA, 1-QUTH A., St. Mary's High School, Saginaw .......................... Saginaw History. Kappa Delta, Classical Club 29 Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Forum Club Z, 3, 4, Sec. 35 Dormitory Board, Treas. 35 Business Manager Susanna Wesley Annual 35 Honor Roll 3, Debate 2, 3, 43 Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Gamma. IVIANN, AMY E., Flushing High Schooll ....... ........................... ..... F I HSI!-'f1lg ,Baker Business University Sociology. Clioniang Spanish Club 2, 49 Art Club 3, Philosophy Club 4. MANNINC., LEON W., Bronson High School .................... ' ............... New B-wffallo History. Sigma Chi, Classical Club 3, 4g Homecoming Committee 45 Glee Club 3, 43 Oxford Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. A MAPLES, JOYCE A., Dearborn High School ......................................... Fordson Detroit Teachers College, Detroit City College, Bay View Summer.School Literary. MARVIN, JOHN E., Bad Axe High School ..... ................ .......... .......... . . A Ibion English. Tau Kappa Epsilong Oxford Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3g Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. Mfwwoon, Annes, Albion High School .....,..... . .... .Albion History. Delta Sigma Phi, Football 1, 3, 4. Page Sixty-three A M J, . Ig' , I ,1'. .,-gi., , X L Q.-54 In F! '. ' . 1 -I . .4 -L I L- ..i'l1r..i43 . , in N Y Richard Miles Percy Mills Frances Morrison P. S. Moses Margaret Nash Dorothy Neller Nannie Neumann NlILES, RICHARD C., Elkhart High School ................... .... E Iklzm-fl, Inclzkma History. Oxford Fellowship 2, 3, 4: Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4. MILLS, PIIRCY Hubbell High School ................... .... L aka Linden English. Glee Club 3, Oxford Aliellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. 1VlORRlSON, Fxmxcns, Detroit Southeastern High School ............................. Dclroit Literary. Kappa -Delta: Y. VV. C. A. 1, Z5 VV. A. A. 1, 2, Sec. 23 Cont1'ibutor's Club 2. 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2: Chairman Program Committee Z, Student Representative on Faculty Social Committee 1. Moses, P. SEI.vANAYAc:AM, Scott Christian College, India .... ..... I Cmzgomi, India History. ' Nfxsn, NIARGARET E., Pontiac High School ..... ..... I 'online Literary. Kappa Delta. NELLER, DOROTHY, Lansing High School ...................................... , .... Lansiizvg Music. Delta Gamma, Harmony Club, VV. A. A. Z, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. NEUMANN, NANNIE A., New Castle High School, 'Pennsylvania ..... ..... J czckxon Pennsylvania State Teachers College Pre-Medic. Page S i.1'ty-four - . 1 - . ,. - :V .. 1 Q . . --...-..-. . .. . .. . ..,.,.. . ,,., . . ....-,.--M..-:,........ 74.41 l l v Vera Nichols Hisung Pak Michael Palermo Ruth Parsons Ruth Pearce Ralph Pelton Thelma Raidle NICHOLS, VICRA M., Benton Harbor High School ........ .... B onion I-Ifmbor Olivet College ' French. Delta Gammag French Club 3, 45 Basketball 2. PAK, HISUNG, Chosen Christian College. ........... .... .... P I a-nzmont, Korea Literary. , Pnninuno, MICIIAEL N., Brush High School, South Euclid ............... South Euclid, Ohio History. Sigma Nu: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 All-M. I. A. A. 3, 45 Basketball lg Baseball Manager 45 "A" Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. PA1zSoNs, IQUTH E., Muskegon Heights High School ...................... lll'Il.TkL'g0l1f Heights History. Clioniang Basketball 1, 25 Student Senate Sec. 35 Publications Council Sec. 45 Debate l, 2, 3, 45 Associate Editor ALBIONIAN 2, Statt 43 Class Sec. 33 Y. NV. C. A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Honor Holl 1, Z, 3, 4, Delta Sigma Rhog Phi Gamma. Pimucn, RUTH E., Flint High School ................................................ Flint Flint Junior College, University of Michigan Home Economics, Kappa Deltag Home Economies Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 Glee Club 33 Y. VV. C. A. 3, 43 Homecoming 3. Pmfrox, RALPH H., St. Clair High School ....................................... St. Clair Business Administration. Delta Tau Delta: All College Banquet Committee lg Manager Co-op 4. RAIDLE, '1'HELMA J., Charlotte High School ....................................... Charlotte Mathematics. Kappa Delta: Mathematics Club 2, 3. 4: Sec.-Treas. 2,' Vice-Pres. 3, Class Sec. 2, Philha --" ionic lg Dormitory Board Pres. 4. Page Sixty-five .,. Ft - X , " 1. 1 'EN 1. M,-L V V, .dw I -. 1 llwilal' , Josephine Richard James Rogers James Russell Gordon Schilz Esther Schott Ralph Scelye Jane Shoults RICHARD, JOSEPHINE K., Grand Ledge High School ..................... , .... G1-and Lcdgr Philosophy. Alpha Chi Omega, Basketball 1, 2, Class Vice-Pres. Z, Sec. 43 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Classical Club lg Mathematics Club 23 Philosophy Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 43 Dormitory Board .2. ROGERS, JAMES A., Demmon High School, Boston, Massachusetts .... ..... I- Iomer Literary. Philharmonic 1, 2. ' RUssEL1., JAMES B., JR., Detroit Central High School' .... . ..... Detroit Detroit City College English. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Editor Plciad 4. ScH11.z, Goimox, Grand Ledge High School ................................... Grand Lva'y.1 History. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 "A" Club 2,, 3, 45 Forum Club 3, 4, Sec.-Trcas. 45 Student Senate 4, Sec. 4g ALBIONIAN Staff 3, 4. '. SCHOTT, ESTHER E., Saginaw High School ....... .......,........................... I Jvfroil History. Delta Gamma: Forum Club 2. 3. 45 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dormitory Boardg Y. XV. C. A. 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Phi Gamma. SEELYE, RALPH V., Belding High School. ..,....... N ..................... ..... B viding Business Administration. Publications Council 2, Philharmonic I, 2. SHOULTS, JANE, Pontiac High School .............. N .......................... . .... Pontiac Sociology. Kappa Delta, Glee Club 1, 25 Home Economics Club 1, 23 French Club 2. 3: Forum Club 3, 45 Y. W. C. A. Z, 3, 4. Page Sixty-.fi.r X .u..x. .. I I ,Y f Y-,5,..-, I V '. ,V ' . nn., Margaret Sleight Frances Spring Ruth Stakes Thomas Stcvcrman Bruce Taylor Howard Teeter Edmund Van Buskirlc Snmcanr, MAnc:A1ua'r R., Albion High School . .,................................ - .... Albion Bay View Summer School Literary. Alpha Chi Omega5 Debate 1, 2, 3. 45 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Class Sec. 15 Pzmhellenic Council 2, 3, 45 Baldwin Oratorical Prize 35 Oratory 3, 45 W. A. A. 15 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Delta Sigma Rhog Phi Gamma. SPRING, FRANCES H., Pontiac High School. ........................................ Pontiac Detroit Teachers College5 Bay View Summer School Literary. Kappa Deltag Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Histrionic Club 15 VV. A. A. Z, 3, 4. Smiths, MARGAl!lS'F R., Detroit Eastern High School .............. ' ................... Detroit Spanish. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Dormitory Board 3, 4. STEVERMAN, THONIJXS C,, Royal Oak High School ............................... Royal.Oc1k Business Administration. Delta Tau Deltag Forum Club 2, 3, 4. TAv1.oR, ROBERT BRUCE, Batavia High School ............................... Batavia, Illinois History. Alpha Tau Omcga5 Football 1, 35 Track 15 Chemistry Club. 'l'1zn'rnn, I-Iowmui M., Union City High School .................... . ............ Union City Pre-Law. Sigma Chi5 Track l, 2, 35 45 "A" Club 1, Z, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25 lnterfraternity Council 3, 45 All College Banquet Committee 35 Chemistry Club l, 2, 3, 4: Debate 35 Football 15 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 Philharmonic 25 All College Social Committee 4. VAN Buslcnuc, EDMUNU L.. Fort W'ayne High School ..... .... F ort IfVaynv, Indiana lfVittcnburg College Pre-Medic. Alpha Tau Omega. Page Sixty-seveii l 'V+ l l fi .fl Edith Van Camp Bernice Walkley Marian VVeaver Helen Webster Kathleen Wliite Eunella Xlvlllg Lawrence Wylie VAIQ CAMP, EDITH, Battle Creek High Schoo1.- ........... . ................... Battle Creek H1St0fy. Alpha Chr Omegag Classical Club 3, 4, Pres. 43 Dormitory Board Z3 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g NV. A. A. 1, Z, 3, 4. WALKLEY, BERNICE, Muskegon Heights High School ..,.................. M-uskegon Heights English. Clioniang Basketball 1, Z, 3,43 W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 33 Dormitory Board Sec. 43 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, Sec. 3g Histrionic Club 3, 4, Sec. 43 Pan- hellenic Council 43 Phi Gamma. - WEAVER, MARION E., Albion High School .......... ..... A lbion History. Forum Club 3, 4. WEBSTER, LIELEN, Detroit Southeastern High School ..., ............ .....,.......... D e trait English. Kappa Deltag Contributor's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 Glee Club Z, 4g Dormi- tory Board Sec. 33 Y. W. C. A. 1, Z, 3, 43 W. A. A. 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Co-op Board 2, 3, 43 Panhellenic Council 23 All College Social Committee 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Phi Gamma. WHITE, KATHLEEN, Jackson High School ............,...................... ...... . .Jackson Literary. Alpha Chi O1TlCg21Q Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 1, 3, 43 Philharmonic 1, 2g Home Economics Club 3, 43 College Choirg Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. WING, EUNELLA C., Detroit Western High School ................ .... D etroit Detroit Teachers Collegeg Bay View Summer School English. Kappa. Deltag Y. W. C. A. 2, 33 Dormitory Board 3. WYLIE, LAWRENCE V., North Adams High School. ........ I ...... ..... N arlh Adams Mathematics. Tau Kappa Epsilong Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4. 3 Page Sixty-eight Esther Young Ruth Brown Sidney Adler Carl Martenson Cowan, Stanley ' Fleming, Joseph King, Stuart Lawton, Sherman Loughecd, Evan CLASS OF 1929 Lounsberry, Grace Mastin, Ruth Mutch, Earl XVhitehouse, Norman Yinger, Dempster YOUNG, EST!-rnzlz, Albion High School ......... . .................................,... Albion Music. Delta Gamma3 Panhellenic Council 3g Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3g Glee Club 3, 43 Student Senate 3. BROWN, RUTH, Battle Creek High School ............... .......... ..... G r and Rapids Drew Theological Seminary Philosophy and Religion. Kappa Deltag Glee Club 1, 23 Orchestra l, Z. ADLER, SIDNEY, Detroit Northern High School ...................................... Detroit Pre-Medic. Biology Club 2, 3. 4, Pres. 33 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3g German Club3 Basketball 3, 4g Student Senate 43 Y. M. C. A. 43 Class Pres. 43 Phi Gamma. MARTENSON, CARL, Detroit VVcstern High. School .......... ......................... D etrait English. Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 33 Associate Editor Pleiad 23 Student Senate Pres. 4g Oxford Fellowship l, 2, 3, 43 Phi Gamma. Page S' ixfy-ni1u: f:.ookS Bad Q njlfsb 1 N' A H who Won ' Herfowboy xv . Guess So k15R f l Q'g 1 E a W N'7""ff4 7 V Seq-sick? ' Page Seventy fwf- 9 Ima Wmf Q UMW Arima f M J UNIURS I I 1 ' '32 Q ilmhlf' F 11 x 2 EI M X w 'll . + 'I , N- ' "mg: M ,ll X, .mr ,HWM M 1, CQ1-1' ..., 3 0' 'I ?9f,qM'fgv.f-.1,4,m'::::1' 4 X 1 I P111ILLws Hmmm' Fmmsxcn Hmvlss IQAY MARKIH. PHILLIPS HEMBUT .. ...., Prasidcazl VIRGINIA GREENFIELD . ...INEC-PI'l'.Vfl1'Ulli FLORENCE I-Iowxzs .. ..... Svrrcfary RAY IVIARKEL .... ..TI'Utl.T'Hl'CI' Zin Memoriam f Y -f, , STEPHEN LEIGHTON R:Xl.I'Pl D0m.VrT1-1a NORMAN CAMPBELL Page Sezventy-two 1 -r Nl ANmzRsoN, DAVID Paw Paw Paw Paw I-Iigh School Pre-Law. Delta Sigma Phi: Alpha Phi Gamma 2, 3, Sec. 3: Debate l, 2, 33 Band l, 25 Spanish Club 1, 2', 3: Forum Club 3: Tennis 23 Asst. Editor Pleiad 2: Editor ALTil0N- IAN 33 "A" Club 3. A NDREWS. GXVl5Nl10l,lNE Flin! Flint High School Flint Junior College Literary. BAKER, XV:-:suav R. Colon Martin High School Business Administration. 'Tau Kappa Epsilong Bas- ketball 2. BAUR, GlI,l!ER'l' l,igt'01I- Pigeon High School History. Sigma Nu: Track: "A" Club. l3EA'r'rna. RomiR'r ' fjc'll'0I'I Detroit Northern High School Detroit City College Xvcstern Kentucky Teach- ers College Chemistry. Sigma Chi. ANDliRSON, ERNEST Jcsselton, North Borneo Anglo-Chinese S c il o o 1, Singapore, Strait Settle- ment Pre-Dental. Tau Kappa Epsilong "A" Club 2, 33 Dramatics Z5 Track 1, 2, 3. Amclav. HRRoi-n Three Rivers Three Rivers High School Pre-Engineering. Sigma Chi: Mathematics Club 2, 3: Band l. 2, 3. B A RTLli'l"!', En xv I N Owoxxo Owosso High School University of Michigan Business Administration. Sigma Nug Football-2, 3. BRx'rRR, DoRo'r1-IY I"a.rm.ingf01z Bronson High School Biology. Delta Ganunag Debate l, 2, 33 Kropscott Prize 1: Biology Club 35 Histrionic Club 2, 3, Pres. 33 Dormitory Board 2. Blau., DoRoTHY M. Lansing Lansing High School Michigan State College Columbia University Sum- mer School ' Home Economics. Alpha Chi Omegag Y. VV. C. A. Page Seventy-three BIQRGMAN, THEODORE A. Detroit Detroit Northern High School Business Administration. Delta Tau Delta, French Club 3, Interfraternity Council 35 Orchestra 1, 2. BRISTOL, LUCILLE Gmlzd Rapids Grand ' Rapids Central High School Grand Rapids Junior Col- lege Literary. BU'1'roN, MELBOURNE Otsego Otsego High School Pre-Law. Sigma Nu, Track 1, 2, 33 "A" Club 1, 2, Sgr Asst. Mgr. Foot- ball 3. CAMPBEL.L, NORh1IAN Illrztskcgolz- Heights Muskegon Heights High School Literary. Alpha Tau Omega, Football 1, 2, 35 Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2g Oxford Fellowship 1. 2, 3. Cox-iooN, CLAUDE Aiwuuia Wert B rcmeli 11Vest Branch High School English. Dramatics Z, 3, Histrionic Club 3, Bus. Mgr. 3. Page Severity-7'ozzt' BRADLEY, HONVARD Detroit Detroit Eastern High School Literary. Sigma Chi. Buriawurir, Exos Lawton Lawton High School Education. Baud 1, 2, 3. Mgr. and Student Direc- tor 2, 3: Gls-:e,Club 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Asst. Instructor Music Albion High School 23 Instructor Baud Instruments Cou- scrvatory 3. CAMBURN. PAVL A. Teen-mseh Stockbridge High School History. Alpha Tau Omega: Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, "A" Club 1. 2, 3, 43 lnterfraternity Council 3, 4, Pres. 4. CAiu1'm2LL, Romani' Watford, Ontario, Canada NVatford High School Pre-Medic. COLLINS, A. C. Stockbridge Stockbridge High School Business Administration. Alpha Tau Omega, Base- ball l, 2, 33 "A" Club 2, 3. CoNuoN, Mfuw Bizrmnniarriz Albion Albion High School Home Economics. Alpha Xi Dcltag Home Econom- ics Club. COUIIFICR, CLAYTON L. Dclruil Detroit Eastern High School . P li y s ic s. Alpha Tau Omegag Physical Research Club 35 Vice-Pres. 3: Art Club Z, Treas. Z5 Track 2. Cuirris, Pmmi' fllt7fi!.YOIl Jackson High School Pre-Law. Alpha Tau Omega. DANYLIZYN, STEVEN G. Ham I rcmiurk Hamtramck High School Pre-Lau Si ma Nu' '- 8 y Basketball 2, 35 Union Board 3: Asst. Baseball Mgr. 3 5 Cheer Leader 3. DECICFJ2, MARY ELLA Flint Flint High School . Literary. Delta Gammag French Clubg Glce Clubg German Club. i i i i i l 1 vi V ,-,T V -. ' i -ar"-.gr ' ' 1 i' i i it - . l 1 U' A :L ' 1 Y' 1 it . Y-. i Pg 'Q ii . I ., Q l ll i A 'viii-1r'Lb. l l. . 3 A . Coomsiz, ALICE A lfVauseon, Ohio W'auscon High School English. Alpha Chi Ome- gaj Dormitory Board Zg Y. XV. C. A. 2, 35 NV. A. A. 1, 2. Cnoss, MARJORIE Bmzgor Bangor High School Public Speaking. Delta Gammag Orchestra 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 35 Histrionic Club 35 Class Sec. 2. DALZELL, NVILSON 101-Lia Ionia High School Pre-Engineering. Sigma Chip German Club Z, 3. DAY, ALENE Hartford Hartford High School Mathematics. Clionian. DENSl'10RE, FLOYD Albion, Albion High School Biology. Alpha Tau Omegag Football 1, 2g "A" Club 1, Z, 3g Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Biology Clubg Co-op Board 2. 3-3 Homecoming Comm. 3. Page Seventy-five 1 1 i l DooLI1'rI.1z, RALPH 7'Uk0I1S1lG Tekonsha High School Pre-Engineering, Alpha Tau Omegag Mathematics Club 1, 2, 33 Physical Re- 1 Search Club 1, 2, 3: Asst. I Manager Co-op Book l Store 2. v i II1.1-IoT'r, JACK C. C oldwatvr Coldwater High School Literary. Delta Sigma Phi. LANDIQRS, Joi-I N Battle Crock Battle Creek High School . Chemistry. Alpha Tau Omega. Gomz, Romztrr Dcfroif Detroit E a stern High School Chemistry. Ch em i S try Club 2, 35 Biology Club 3. Sec. 35 German Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3. Gmxxnzs, LUCILLIQ BILHIC Cl'L?Fk Battle Creek High School History. Philharmonic lg Philosophy Club 35 Dor- mitory Board 3, Treas. 33 XV. A. A. 1, 2: Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet 35 Honor Roll V wif' 'lf' ' A- 'I " '1 f 1, 2. 1 H 1 " ' -. . . be 1 35' , .. O .gr Q-Z 1 ,gif A . I Q. . W-Qs ...gl l, Y 'A vi I l :ef.f,y ,' N. 'f . ,E 1 1 I I ,... Page Sewvrty-six l21.I.l0'r'r, l2i.nnR'r E. Royal Oak Royal Oak High School Pre-Law. Sigma Nug Baseball 1, 2, 33 "A" Club 2, 33 Student Senate 3 g Interfraternity Council 3g Asst. Mgr, Co-op 35 Asst. Mgr. Basketball 3. Fua1.n, PIOWARD Lima, Peru lVaukegon Township High School Flint High School Flint Junior College Literary. Tau Kappa Ep- silon: Band 23 Soccer 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, Pres. 35 Biology Club 35 Honor Roll 2. OWLER, CHARLES A. Hanover Hanover High School Business Adnunistration. Sec. Independents 2. Glmnowslcv, MARY H iglilmul Park Higllland Park High School Detroit City College History. Alpha Xi Delta. GL71L1"O1!D, RUTH l'l0R'l'ENSE PVGILSUOJL, Ohio XVauseon High School French. Alpha Chi. Ome- gag Classical Club 39 Bas- ketball 2g Y. XV. C. A. Unclergraduate Represent- tative 33 VV. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3. 4451- .fu ,,L.vV,, g. .A . . - - -- W- . ,, ' ,-- "J gm i ra-QQ, - 1- i..,,,,f .A Q. W. - A... 14.1, .. , ,W ,., , , ,,.,,, K, - 1 rr-r,-f' 1 .-Q-.ggi cs' il, ,M ,,-,,,.,Ji, if S'- 1 l l i l HADLEY, ICENNIETH N. : Coldwnlcr Coldwater High School Pre-Engineering. Sigma Chig Physics Club. i l Hixmnaiz, Doucaaxs D. Ponliac f Pontiac High School Business Administration. Delta Sigma Phig Asst. Business Manager Pleiad . 23 Alpha Phi Gamma. 1 HEMnn'r, PHIL V. Z, ,fllbion ' Albion High School Business Administration. , Sigma Nug Debate 1, 2, . 35 Student Senate 33 AL- 5 IllONlAN Staff 1, Asst. Bus- 1 iness Manager 3g Home- ' coming Committee 23 5 Class Pres. 3g Alpha Phi Q Gamma. i il.'lERRllfl', DEAN M. Albion Albion High School Literary. Delta Sigma Phig Football l, 2g Fresh- . man Basketball Manager , 25 Varsity Trainer Foot- ball, Basketball, Track 3. ' I-lost-ml., XVAl.'l'liIl I. , Battle Creek Battle Creek High School , Business Administration. Delta Sigma Phig Spanish Club Z, 33 Debate 15 Asst. 1 Business Manager ALBION- ff- IAN 35 Alpha Phi Gamma. l. L '- . 3.-,iii , iii-, F -1 L-,Li ' 2. i ,.-1'-" . 6'i,ifi' , l , , .,,i . fi .. . ig: jg 33:34 il at i 'i ..1x! i -i xi Vg " P, 'Y T . T,:lgi"i 1- V 7 . - '."B,'.- 1: V V .- -' ' " J 4 ' V - V 1 ., ,--juf: A -25:1 ,ir f .A V. -. i .1 I HI, -,W t, ,,,, ,, 1 . V . -V i,g.,:-,.,i..:- X-C," .,4.i...,.,.- HALLIDAY, LYDIAN B1:7lgllU-'Ml-f07l, New Y ark Binghamton Central High School Wells College English. Alpha Xi Delta: German Club 2, 35 Y. W. C. A. HART, CAROL Highland Park Highland Park High School Highland Park Junior College Detroit Institute of Mu- sical Art Literary. Clioniang Asso- ciate Editor Pleiad 33 French Club 2, Pres. 23 Debate 2, 3g Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3. HENDERSON, EDXVARD P. Albion Albion High School Pre-Engineering. Alpha Tau Omegag Physical Re- search Club 2, 3. 1-IOAGLIN, ESTHER Albion Albion High School English. Alpha Xi Delta, Art Club 2, 3, Treas. 39 French Club 1, 2, 33 Homecoming Committee 33 All-College Banquet Committee 2. Q -- ,clasps Q I 'Housiz, Cnixxzuss KENNETH Jackson Jackson High School Chemistry. C h e ini s t r y Club 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3. Page Sevenly-seven Howns, FLORENCE H. Ithaca Ithaca High School English. Alpha Xi Delta: Basketball l, 23 Co-op. Board 2, 33 Panhellenic Council 2, 33 Dormitory Board 33 Class Sec. 3. KALB, JOHN L. Lyons Lyons High School Pre-Medic. Sigma Chig German Club 2, 3. ' KINGSLEY, PAUL C. Battle Creek Battle Creek High School Pre-Medic. Alpha Tau Omegag Orchestra lg German Club 13 Biology Club 2, 33 ALBIONIAN Staff 33 Tennis 2, 3. LAVENE, MAURICE Sprin.gfieId, Mass. Springfield High School Pre-Medic. German Club 1, 2, 3. LEIGHTQN, STEPHEN PVlLitel1a I I Wliitehall High School Literary. Page Seven ty-eight . Howas, HOMER Coldwater High School Pre-Medic. Delta Sigma Phi 3, Student Senate l, 2, 33 Y. M. C. A. Treas. 29 Publications Council 3,Pres. 33 Debate lg ' Classical Club l, 2, 33 Biology Club 3, Pres. 3g Interfraternity Council 3. KING, BETHANY B. Flin! Flint High School Flint junior College Literary. Orchestra 2, 33 String Quartctte 33 Stu- dent Volunteersg Y. W. C. A. IQLOTZ, CHARLES Ba.Id'win.willc, N. Y. Baldwinsville High School Pre-Engineering. Phys- ical Research Club 2, 33 Football 2, 3. Linens, WALTER Michigan Ciiy, Ind. Michigan City High School L i t e r a r y. Alpha Tau Omega. LuNHA1z'r, JUANITA INEZ Jczckson Jackson High School English. Alpha Chi Ome- gag Y. W. C. A. Coldwater v Lun1No'roN, ELIZABETH Higlzlaml Park Onoway High School Highland Park Junior College Mathematics. Alpha Xi Deltag Spanish Club 33 Mathematics Club jg Y. W. C. A. Lx'nAv, GRAHAM Detroit Detroit Northern High School Physics. Alpha ,Tau Omegag Physics Club 2, 3, Pres. 39 Honor Roll 2. MCCREA, OLIVE E. Mnslevgon Muskegon High School Muskegon Junior College Literary. Alpha Xi Del- tag Dcbateg Y. VV. C. A. M ARKEI., RAY D. Grand Rapids Grand Rapids South High School History. T au Kappa. Ep- silong Classical Club 25 Asst. Business Manager Plcifmf 25 Business Man- ager 33 Class Treasurer 3. Mencxan, IVIARGARET G. Dclrait Detroit Northern High School Home Economics. Delta Gammag Home Econom- ics Club 2, 3, Treas. 2, Pres. 3. LUDKE, Joys JUNE Detroit D e t r 0 it Northwestern High School Englishj Alpha Xi Deltag Contributors Club 3 3 Spanish Club 3. NICCALL, MAIIY I. Ithaca Ithaca High School History. Alpha Xi Delta. NICDOWELL, DOUGLAS B. West Branch West Branch High School Pre-Medic. Alpha Tau Omegag Physical'Research Club 3g Chemistry Club 2, 3. Mfwwoon, ELEANOR Highland Park Highland Park High School Highland Park Junior College Literary. Delta Gammag Y. XV. C. A. RIINKLER, JESSIE ALICE Albion Albion High School History. Home Service Association 2. Page Seven ty-nine l C fi C ii i M 1'1'cH ELI., ll'l:.XRION llgfomif Plcasmzl Mount Pleasant High School National Park Seminary Home Economics. Kappa Deltag Home Economics Club 3. OLDT, XVESLEY C. Battle Creek Battle Creek High School Sociology. Oxford Fel- lowship 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2: Y. M. C. A. 1, 2: Col- lege Chorus. PERRY, LUCILLH E. P P ' .P'iILL'0lHll7lfl Pinconning High School History. Debate 19 Y. KU. C. A. 1, 2, 3. ITKIN, WILLIAM M. Albion Albion High' School Pre-Law. Sigma Nug Debate 1, 2, 3: Oratory 1, 2, 35 Bancroft Prize lg Silliman Prize 25 Horn Contest 25. Berry Prize 35 College Orator 35 Forum Club 2, 3. RONGER, IRVING H. Blue Islallzl, Ill. Blue Island High School Mathematics. Physical Research Club 3, 43 Foot- ball 2, 3, 4. l Page Eighty l ' . 'i"".x lflgz l . U I Vi -' il I l. Pu " Niawcomn, CHARLES I. Ida lcla High School Pre-Medic. Sigma Chig Chemistry Club 2, 3. PA lu., M,x1ufrN fllbion Albion High School Mathematics. F r e I1 c h Club'1, 2, 35 Mathematics Club 3g Debate 1, 2, 3. lL1,u's, Plfzllilf C. Coldwater Colclwaterl-Iigh School Home Economics. Home Economics Club 2, 33 Y. W. C. A, 1, 2, 3. Pol.r.oct1c, C1-:cruz L. Big Rapids Charlevoix High School 'Ferris Institute English. Delta Gammag Contributor's Club 33 Glec Club 3. uimv, JAMES Saud Crack Samaria High School Business Administration. Sigma Nug Track l. 2: "A" Club 2, 3. V ff - fx. lx.-A' . 1 N -X., --,..--,, , Pinmv, h'lARGARli'l' t SllIllUl'l!1 Sand Creek High School English. Delta Gzunmn. Rrc'1-minus, LLOYD F. Royal Oule Royal Oak High School Pre-Dental. Sigma Nug CIBC Club 1, 2, 33 Bznnl Romans, CLARA .fllbilm Albion High School Englisli. Alpha Chi Ome- -gag French Club 1, 2, 33 Y. VV. C. A. 2, 35 Oratory lg Druinzitics 2. Rouscn, Hmzotn Ponliac Pontiac High School Pontiac junior College History. Y. M. C. A. 1, 2. SA msox, Donori-IA Higlilalld I url: Highland Park High School Highland Park Junior Col- lege Literary. Alpha Xi Delta. J L1 Riaian, ELLEN li. fciclcxon Jackson High School Music. Ri'r1'12R, Doius G. lllilford Holly High School Literary. Clioniang Phil- harmonic lg Dramatics 23 Y. VV. C. A.g VV. A. A. Room, IQATHERINE Albion Albion High School Chemistry. Alpha Chi Omega 3 Physical Research Clubg Chemistry Clubg Honor Roll. RUPR1c:H'r, ELEANOR Coldwater Coldwater' High School Music. Alpha Chi Ome- gag Glee Club 1. 2, 33 Philharmonic 1, 23 Col- leggz Choir 33 Y. XV. C. A. 1, ,3. SAXMAN, XV ALTER C. Pontiac Pontiac High School Sociology. Oxford Fel- lowshipg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. .+L L.. . -J -5 Page Eiglizy-one ScHL1sKiaY, HAZEL Royal Oak Royal Oak High School English. 11Vesley Club 1, 2, 3, Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3. SCI-IULER, VVINSTON .llflarslzall Marshall High School University of Michigan Sigma Nu, Football 2, 3g "A" Club 2, 33 Basketball Z3 Track 2g Forum Club 3. SEYMOUR, HONVARD A. Albion Lyons High School Literary. Eclectic and Atheniadesg Oxford Fel- lowship 1, 2, 35 Y. M. C. A. 1, 2. SM1TH, LLOYD Elton Elton High School Literary. Tau Kappa Ep- silon, Debate 15 Baseball 2. STEIDLE, MARGARET E. Milan Milan High School Sociology. Alpha Chi Omega, Chemistry Club 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 25 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, Trcas. 35 French Club Z3 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Dormitory Board 2, VV. A. A. 1, 2. Page Eighty-two Sc ll NEIDER, DOROTHY D1Il'G1ld Durand High School Flint Junior College Sociology. Student Vol-f unteers 3 Glee Club. Slcivrox, BIARY fllbio-iz Albion High School Art. Delta Gamma, Art Club 2, 3g 'Spanish Club, Class Vice-President 2. Si.EEMrxN, LIONEL Q. Iron River Iron River High School History. Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Philharmonic 1. SPAIN, XVILDA Fort Wayne, Ind. Soldan. High School, St. Louis, Mo. Highland Park- Junior College History. Alpha Xi Del- ta, Orchestra 3. S'r1s1'H1aNs, RUPERT .5'c0H'z1ilIe Scottville High School Pre-Law. Tau Kappa Epsilong Debate 1, Asst. Track Manager 3. 'l'Am1z1,vN, MARY E. ' Dalroit D ct r o i t Northwestern High School Literary. Delta Gamma: Home Economics Club 3: Contributor's Club 33 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3. Vmxinaiuusiaa, GiznA1.n C. Gl'H-ll-flillllt' Granclville High School Business Administration. Track 33 Cross Country 2, 3, Capt. 33 "A" Club 2, 3. xVAlAVOR'I'Il, l.ucmN D. .l vm me Joncsville High School Pre-Law. Sigma Nug AI.- n1oN1AN Staff 2, Associate Editor 3. XVAY, WAYNE 'W. flllviuu Albion High School Business Administration. Delta Sigma Phi. XVILLIAMS, Liasuia NV. 1i.vf'r1.m1bu liscanaba High School Literary. Delta Sigma Phi3 Debate 1, 2, 33 His- trionic Club 3. ii ULBRIGHT, GRACE M. Benton Harbor Benton Harbor High School Mathematics. Alpha Xi Deltag French Club 1, 23 Y. VV. C. A. 1, Z, 3. W'ALoENMY1zR, OROMEL S. Camden Camden High School Literary. 3 WALWORTH, Puvuas A. ' Jerome Jonesville High School Clioniang Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 33 Glee Club 2, 3, Manager 33 Basketball 1, 2, Captain 33 W. A. 'A. 1, 2, 33 Forum Club 33 Orchestra 1. XIVEIDGENANT, JANE Grand Rapids Grand Rapids Centr al High School Grand Rapids Junior Col- lege . Literary. Delta Gammag Classical Club. VVISEMAN, Lixxxfiumcis Royal Oalk Royal Oak High School Business Administration. Sigma Nug Football 3, 4g Baseball 33 Basketball Manager 4. Page E iglz ty-tllrcc 'Wocu 11011, A1.maRT,x Albion Albion High School Michigan State College Mathematics. Alpha Chi Omegag French Club 1, 2. 35 Oratory l: Debate lg Y. W. C. A. l, 3. lVRICiH'l', Doko'rHv .S'1v1'i11gp01'f Springport l-ligh School Literary. Classical Club 3. GA1u.ANoizR, A x N A M ARI I5 N iles Niles High School Mathematics. Clionian 3 Mathematics Club 3: Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3g Dormi- tory Board Z. Adams, Carleton Abramsen, Hannah Baldwin, Charles Bates, Ralph Black, Robert Bradshaw, Russell Butler, Helen . Carlson, Edward Carpenter. Garcia Cook, Esther Eggleston, Lyle Elford, Herbert Ewbank. Kathleen Fleming, Helen Garwood, Mary Geiger, Robert Page Eiglufy-four ' 1 V . in rl ef . an i i"V! . x it . ' tl i I 1 , lN'oo'rox , M Aluzalzwl' r Hillxdale E Hillsdale High School Literary. Kappa Delta. i 'i i 4 i Zminicii, ADRIAN L. Port Huron Port Huron l-ligh School Pre-Medic. Delta Sigma Phi: Baseball 1, 2, 35 "A" Club 2, 33 Chemistry Club l, 2, 33 Boosters Commit- , tee, Chairman 3. Nt"r'r, l3r,A1Ni-: . v Albion Albion High School Business Administration. Sigma Chi, Baseball l, Z. If 3. Class of 1930 Gilbert, Electa Goldberg, Harry Greenfield, Virginia Guile, Gurdon Harper, Homer jeFferson, Robert jones, George Karay, George Kennedy, Ethel Lane, Naomi Lockwood, Dorothy MacEachran, Roland McClintic, Elva McDowell, Douglas Merritt, Delerous Miller, Earl Moffatt, lVillis Morris, Allan Munro. Ellen Noble, Mildred Paulley, Beatrice Penzotti, Stanley Richards, Minerva Sato, Takishi Scharer, Wfilbur Sheldon, Virginia Tuttle, Theo VVeiclenhzlmn1er, Esther VVilcox, Paul Wilkes. 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JL -E24 'Y f N BRUCE GRAY ITIELEN SUE EYSTER VVILLIAM FRTTI Sophomore Class Officers BRUCE GRM' . ...Presidwli DOROTHY Tn.I.sTRoM . . . .Viva-Prfxidvnl PIELEN SUE Evsnalz .. ...Svcrrtury NVILLIAM Frzrrz Page Eighty-A . TI'L'Uk9!II't'l X3 I Adair Anderson Arbei' Arford Ballard Barnes Barry Becmzm Black Bray Brocklebank E. Brown H. Brown N. Brown Bull Burns Carroll Caswell Caswell Chaplin Childs Clancy E. Clark L. Clark Clifftou Cook ' Cowen Cramer I Cullum Culver Currin Dale Davis Dean DeBrular Deming Page Eighty-seven ,J A ,fi .af ,- W. 1, fi I ' --W V. A . V J. .,f., J i e- in-gl f 957: ' ' A ' V Y , ne? 1 1: A . .v A , V If . -Q , my 12,5 .H 4L 6 s I . w Y l I ,J 1 K Wxlfrc x W. 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J . i L N E King Kingsbury Klaiber Latta Lear Lehman Lewis Lightbody Link Lyday McAllister McCarty McConnell McCracken McCulloch McDowell McVicar Main Marsh Martin Mason Maurer Mead Merrick Mcssner Miller Mingst Mitchell Monroe Moyer Murray Nash Neumann Nieman Niles Nixon L Page Eighty-nine i i W , L i i N 4 l -.5 i 1- in ' ii ' li... TL. -,U Nixon O'Connor Otis Parks Peckham Phelps Pinegar Protsman Reed Rcnkicwicz Richard Robinson Rogers Royer Scherer Scoville Seymour Slcight J. B. Smith I. C. Smith M. Smith Smith Steifcl Springman Sylvester Tcfft Thompson Todd Vallance 1 VanCamp Vincent XVadsworth XVashburnc NVatson Vkfhiton XVhit1cy Page Ninety , - . L... . , . I J 1 - z ' -1 1 1 , . . ' w .' , N' Q " x VViccllu:1 Wfilson C. XVinfield E. XVinfielcI XVood Yen Yocman Young Page N i nety-one , x 1:4 'af Amann, Don Andrews, George Ash, Antoinette A Bailey, Vincent Barnes, Wfilliam Barron, John Behling, Wfilma Benny, Sollie Brown, Wfillis Campbell, Irene Cranson, Genevieve Cressy, Royal Crowell, Frances Culver, Elizabeth Cure. Ralph Curtis, Iilarry Davis, Helen Davis, Marion Davis, Mrs. Mildred Dockson, Sterling Durkee, Doris Eastwood, lvlarion Fox, Harriett Gale, Josephine German, Robert Halfman, Margaret Hicks, Harriett Hilbert. Richard Hillcer, Marie Holden, Florence Hoolihan, Harold Ireland, Irene Jenkins, Wfilson Johnson, Harold ty-two Class of 1931 Keller. Katherine Kinch, Charlotte King, Isabel Kingsley. Irlarriett Koblin, Selden Leach, Mary Lindsay, Florence Lipp, Fritzi Lockhart. Kenneth McCabe, Alice Mclgean, Meredith McI'.ean, Raymond McLean, Roy lllatthews, Marion lX'l.ihlethaler, ,Esther Miller, Girard I3'ardee, Jane Redding, John Rogers, Richard Rubenstein, Morris Scribner, I-eonard Sheridan, James Smith, I-Tal r Smith, NVilliam Snelling, Geraldine Thompson, Joyce fl'hurston, John Tillstrom, Dorothy Troutman, Russell VVarren, Harold Way, lvlargaret York, Ray Zelakowski, Frank 5 ,J Q FDESHMEN .- . o 1, ll 9 ml' Ill. I E warp f --i-'f-' - 4 16 1.1 I, I r 4 Nj LX Y. 1 . -.xl ss- Q - ,' ,,,,..f" .... i.?j...,,-1' VV,xI.1'ER Norms NIARIAN LEWIS Freshman Class Officers XVALTER NULTE .. ...... l'1rr.vifIm1 GEQRGE XVINTER ..... Ifirv-Pr-avirlwrt NIARIAN LEWIS . . . ,.... Svfrcinmv RICHARI1 STARK .. .... Tm'a.r1n'w Page Ninety-four Rrctrmran S'I'ARlx l , l l l I l l , fr F , gr' f l 1 .AF d .iw . l I ., I .- , . . .-,...-f X4-: fp A ii , A. e N' ' inlxxx. 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Bacorn Baird Baker Baldwin Barhytc Barry Becker Bcckcit Bertram Bcsscrt Bctteridgc Bird Blair Boldt Hoydcn Brandel Brown Burns Burr Bush Butcnntli Butzcr Cameron Cannon Page N iuety-five e, 7,1-wx.. 5 f I-L4 1 1 i . .-A, F., , x L ' . -' 'wfl Q' fc., 1 5 l 1 ,k fvkxix 1 N' i, W F fe, :vw , C I Q , yi ' ' I 6 : Q 5 rm , 1 - we ll I i TA 5,.,v 'Jj3:- 'l ' ii, ,5jjz,'g V , ,K , 'i A. l b f" l Q " 1 l ll C I ' L i 1-EU ' ,fi C, -s - ,H ,I 4 L. in .fb -"fe ' in V- :..e11:---X? ' , , U, . F 1, 1 -Y l 'on' ii: 5' ' 9'-Q 7' . 3 1 , fl! ..i 1 I ,JA ln x l E' v gl Qs, F " -,- . l w . ' 4, ' 6 ii' Q - , I Q i ' Y ,i ' Q-.-x'!7','3 ' , 1 ' 'QS .1 1. 5.1! V , w "Q 'i . Vf1!':t. " i it ' 1 x v 1 ..-Ha ff I Y Q-. ..- I C 2 xl. it L F- ,v fy. .. ' a ,Spill .W , 3. xl L4:f,x,a.iea. f M in.. 5 , . .1 I . .4 ' Q' I Q Y U -Ng 'wr' , ...-, 1 1 1. ""-Q' A' 'N X A 1 .4, .. , 4, . D .. , li ogg wx in . .- ri .A P 'l -. Q "J ' i ' 2. .- ' za-u--11. 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Lewis Lomljard Lovejoy Luther Lypps Lyon McCall McNabb Price Marvin Mastin Mather Medlyn Metcalf Miller Miller Minor Mize Monroe Morrison Morse Mosher A. Moulton M. Moulton Moyncs Muck Mulholland Nash Neiss Neller Nolte Northy Nugent Oldham O'Rourkc Page N in ety-eight 4 :Wk L 1 . , 7.7, . . , . .,"',-'lr' Lg' 1 J- Vryua -....,.f- i .' N.. , N' ,V , ,f ir yi .3 xv ii , 1 v- - ' "" v 75, " ' if . m ' LL. I 'kk -nf Q f ,Q X ' W F ' ' I '11 R R -ff 1 In 'Y 1- 1' V S, , . xx tr o sn f ,V A .-1 -1 ,J 0 . i ' 95 N YL' 'fir Ka.. . .ln gn ' '4 :A ' V 'if 0 - N xiifdfi g ' i 6' R iris 37? R W r ii it - , , 7 S: -- A ' , . , r- 1. :lv -ty . Y . 1 Y . 1 r i i, -0- f ' . l R . J,,,,-'Ll' 'I fu . .H 'J' l .. .,,, ,Ly Lk ,SV ,!,h,,K?! -.br-,qwgl2l. YV, x 4 1 5 I ,I .. 5 . I V ' , L, ,' ! :W ,- G Eli ri or 'F' or 1 fl - X 4' fl K, X -4 , , QM . i - . L .QC IHA 1 ,. 7 f"y,j - L - - Xt - ' ia. ' Sit 5 Jzwxhklf. .v., Q ,-l'.vNL ' 'Z 'j " i. 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Spencer Stophlet Strick Tackels Thornton Towne Tubbs Walters Weiscnberg Wcrtz WVcsley Wbrcester YVortley Yates Yeagley Young Youngs Steiner Thomas Van Horn Wickham Yeagley Ampey, john Bentley, Versile lllack, Mildred Brail, Mary Cassidy, Charles Conkling, Ruth Cobb, Cleo Cobb, Tyrus Coburn, VVillia1n Dunn, Ruth Dutton, Arthur Early, james lily, Dalon Fuhry, Phyllis Galbraith, VVisner Gillespie, Paul Graham, Dorothy Gregory, Robert Grieder, Frieda Grieve, Glenn Huff, Adelbert I-liurlbut, Paul Jaineison, W'illia1n Joerin, VVilliani Johnson, Edward Judd, Richard Kay, Milton Ketchain, Warren Laity, Robert Lewis, David Class of 1932 K Lilly, David Lindauer, jack Littlejohn, Maurice McLean, Hilda Marshall, Millard Meader, Edwin Melley, Francis Mesler, George Miller, Georgia Mills, Franklin Morrison, Gordon E Osniun, Lawrence, Patee, Frank Patterson, Kenneth Peckham, Alza Peckham, Richard Robinson, Janette Rowley, Frank Scotten, Hugh Sebastian, james Shapiro, Oscar Smith, Meredith Southworth, George Walker, Donald lfValls, warren Warren, Mrs. Ruth Watson, Otter Wilcox, Abbie Wilkerson, DeVV'itt Winter, George Zack, Benjamin Page One H1 Hired O e Nemo rz' GS Susanna Slwef, - Y .3 , ' -A-I' I w KA -xfffg., fegg ffl X. win" .N H... X im ,M . A wr 1 rn If' M if f 5, I f Nh 5 1 PYW9- -- I Nope lvory?l'f Flodts , 1, Sim nyc! 4 4 nzwun cmn I , I W, 'I A w A , f . J if o!H ,.:g W EBTE10PPEi .,,, E. 1- Q pangs V15 -G4 fy ,L "'-' It 'M 1 1+ CdSh 4C0wgW an fm ne H11 ndred Two A ..,,..c, ...N 5 MQ mama? g fi gm " - L LQLr'l'n 'lil 1, by ,V N 3? if Qtbletinzs 5 Finer: PARKER "BUD" DAUGHERTY The Coaches With their football and basketball teams winning 23 of 24 contests, taking two M. I. A. A. titles without defeat, and with championship' track and baseball teams of last spring, Coach Richard "Bud" Daugherty and assistant H. "Freddie" Parker have established a brilliant mark as tutors of Albion athletic teams. "Bud's" iirst year here was one of building-schooling his men in his methods. 1-Ie was by no means a failure in 1927-28 but his record of this year dims the other in comparison. When questioned as to his methods, Daugherty was reticent as usual. The material he said was "good" And it was good-but not as good as the coach made it come to be. Albion teams, under Daugherty's guidance, have had the appearance of accomplished, conhdent workmen, always knowing which play to use, and how to use it. Coachcd to play "heads-up" ball, his men in basketball lost only to Notre Dame, one of the nation's strongest teamsg his gridiron warriors pulled the upset of the year by downing Michigan State, his 1928 track team ran away with the championship and Parker's baseball nine caught their season's pennant. Daugherty is 'fortunate in having as assistant I-I. F. Parker, who aids in foot- ball and track and handles coaching of baseball. Parker is also Director of lntra-mural Sports, and coach of freshman teams. During the summer months "Bud" is administrative head of the coaching school at Bcmiji, Minn., which has among its instructors such men as Rockne and Thistlewaite. For 10 days after Commencement Daugherty will have a training school at Albion. Dorais, Spears, Young, Koegan and Hoyt will be instructors. Page One Hundred Five ,iii gl , g n ' 1 3 1- 1 -.L . A I Pronger, Klotz, Sleight, Maywood, Scharer, Koblin, Goldberg, Johnson, Coach Parker, Coach Daugherty Lightbody, Smith, Campbell, Fleming, Klaibcr, Penzotti. Benny, Murray, VanCamp, Childs Zelakowski, Wiseniaii, Gray, Houck, Bartlett, Palermo, Renkiewicz, Vallancc, Schuler, Good Football 1928 After landing second place in the 1927 season, the Albion football team displayed its skill and stamina by taking the M. I. A. A. championship and ending the season without a defeat or tie. Once more Albion has experienced the joy of having a successful football season after a long lapse. The College had one of her really great teams since conquering Michigan in 1891 and Notre Dame in 1894-a team which equalled those of '04, '08, '15, '20 and other championship squads. Its super-victory over Michigan State was perhaps its most brilliant achievement and one of the great conquests of all Albion's football history. Albion scored 121 points to 13 for all opponents. Six of the eight wins were shut-out affairs. Only Olivet and Alma were fortunate enough to cross Albion's goal line. At the season's close Palermo, end, found himself on the ofhcial all-state team. On the coaches' all-M. 1. A. A. eleven were Vallance, tackle, Palermo, end, Lightbody, halfback, and Penzotti, fullback. Houck, quarterback, and Good, guard, made the second team. Honorable mention was accorded Fleming, endg Maywood, tackle, Childs, guard, and Bartlett, center. With a small squad of 24 men, three of whom were out with injuries, and only seven of the remainder veterans, Coach Daugherty opened the season on September 29 at Alumni Field, handing Valparaiso University a 12-0 check. Page One Hundred Six LYNN l3AnTLia1'r ALTICI-IAIZL PALERMO Duval Cafrtams Though outweighed by more than fifteen pounds to the man the Albion eleven functioned smoothly and Lightbody crossed the Lutheran goal line twice. Sleight aided Lightbody in adding yardage when needed. Vallance, Palermo and Good stood out on the defense. A week later the purple and gold men traveled to Michigan State with their hearts filled with the determination that if State won, it would not be like the downpour that swamped Kalamazoo 103-O. Functioning as a thinking, driving team, aided by State fumbles, by Lightbodyis stellar ball carrying and Penzotti's magnificent punting, the warriors of Albion achieved the upset of the year, defeating State 2-O. The score was made near the end of the second quarter. Good recovered a fumble for first down on Statefs 20-yard line. Two Albion line plays were stopped. A pass failed. Grove intercepted an Albion pass on State's six-yard line. Grove fumbled a pass behind his own goal line for a safety. The game was very clean for such a tense and rough combat. Though outweighed from lO to 25 pounds in the line and 20 to 45 in the backfield, Albion outplayed the State squad. 'Honor is due to the ll men who played throughout the game. The reserves holding Detroit Tech. regulars on the one-yard line kept Albion's line unspoiled by foreign feet for another week as Tech lost 26-O. End runs by Zelakowsky and Lighthody accounted for many yards of gain and a Score each quarter. ln the second play of the third quarter Zelakowsky carried the ball 15 yards to a touchdown but dislocated his arm on the play and was carried from the held. This resulted in keeping him from play for the rest of the season. ln the sixth annual homecoming Albion humbled Olivet 26-7. Except for a weak' aerial attack and defense the local team- played a fine brand of football. The work of Houck in his skillful managing of the team and broken Field run- ning was one of the highlights of the game. A completed pass brought about the hrst enemy score of the year in this game. Page One Hundred Seven XVe Warit A Touchdown!! On the following Saturday Albion defeated Kalamazoo College. The Baptists surprised everyone by putting up a stubborn resistance but lost 14-O. At no time was the Albion goal line threatened. Albion also sprung a surprise in this game by the uncovering of a clever and accurate passing game. On the line Vlallance played a stellar game, The big tackle was down on every play and the results of his tackles on caught punts were apparent in the latter part of the game. In the last quarter Kalamazoo frantically tried to pass for a score but Albion forced them back to their own goal line where Gray nailed a Kalamazoo runner for a safety. Paving the way to the M. I. A. A. championship, Albion defeated Alma there before a large homecoming crowd 9-6. The slimy field caused the game to be slower and the score lower than it would have been on a dry field. Penzotti for the first time found an equal in 'punting in Karpp and the two' staged a duel with the honors about even. WVith the traditional Albion fight the purple and gold men had scored' seven points within live minutes of the time that Alma had forced the ball across the Albion line. In the third quarter Albion lost the ball on Alma's 13-yard line on downs. Vallance blocked a kick that was turned into a safety and two points. The line worked well3 Maywood standing out in the tackling, while Lightbody and Sleight distinguished themselves in the backfleld. In the fourth quarter Albion smothered a brilliant passing attack of the Campbell- ites, SCl'1L1lC1',S 65-yard run being a feature. Hillsdale crumbled under a passing and line-bucking attack, and lost 26-O. The purple and gold "Homecoming I-Ieartbreakers" played with machine-like precision. The line opened plenty of holes for the backs to plunge through or mowed down the defense for long gains around the ends. One of the strangest breaks of the game occurred in the fourth quarter with Hillsdale in possession of the ball in midfield. As Wager hesitated to pass and held the ball behind him, Good, Albion left guard, grabbed the ball from his hand and ran 50 yards for a touchdown. ' Page One Hundred Eight Lightbody Adds a Point In the last game of the season, Hope, against whom but 19 points had been scored during the season, proved a rock of defense on the sloppy field contributed by nature's generous downpour. Albion defeated Hope 7-O scoring a touchdown on the third play of the game after the kick-off and following with a completed pass for the extra point. The Hollanders received the kick-off and immediately punted to Albion on Albion's 15-yard line. Then Lightbody slashed through left taclcle for 42 yards and Sleight followed him around left end for the touchdown. By this time the players were covered with mud and the ball had become so slippery that it could not be handled. Albion lost a one-yard threat in the second period when, in trying the same pass that scored the touchdown at Alma and another at Hillsdale, the ball slipped out of the hands of the right halfbaclc and was received by Hope who punted out of danger. Thus did the Albion men, coached by Daugherty and Parker, bring home the championship. The men to receive football awards were: Co-Captains Lynn Bartlett and Mike Palermo, Joseph Childs, joseph Fleming, Harry Goldberg, Alex Good, Ernie Gray, Eugene Houck, Williain Lightbody, Ames Maywood, Stanley Penzotti, VVinston Schuler, James Sleight, James Smith, john Vallance, Lawrence Viliseman, Frank Zelakowslcy, and Manager Bradford Brockway. Prospects for next fall and its stiff schedule are good. Though eight of the eighteen men graduate in june there seems to be good material for the necessary reserve. Wlietliei- the best is yet to be or not, Albion is justly proud of her football men. ALIIION 1928 Foorimtn Rlzconn M. I. A. A. STANDINGS Albion ......... 12 Valparaiso ...... 0 DV011, Lost Tied Pct. Albion ......... 2 M. S. C. ........ 0 Albion ............. 5 0 0 .1.000 Albion .... 25 Detroit Tech. 0 , Kalamazoo .. .. 3 1 1 .750 Albion .... 26 Olivet .......... 7 Alma ...... .. 3 Z 0 .600 Albion .... 14 Kalamazoo .. .. 0 Hillsdale .. .. 0 2 3 .000 Albion .... . . . 9 Alma . . . . . 6 Olivet . . . . . 0 3 Z .000 Albion .... 26 Hillsdale .. .. 0 Hope .... .. 0 3 2 .000 Albion .... . . . 7 Hope . . . . . . . O Totals ......... 121 Opponents ...... 13 Page One Hundred Nine 0 Daugherty, Coachg Herriff, Trainerg WViseman, Manager Danylizyn. Kobliu, Bromley, Richard, Renlciewicz, McConnell Fleming, Densmore, E.Gray, Carlson, Latta, B.Gray. Goldberg 3 Basketball 1928-29 Coming from a successful football season to open the basketball schedule, Coach Daughe1'ty's men found little opposition in downing Battle, Creek College 36-8. Thus was inaugurated a quest carried through very successfully. The purple and gold men tasted defeat but once in 16 games and that after a great battle in which Notre Dame gained the victory 15-8. They swept through the association opposition, winning some games easily and fighting a cool, determined, up-hill battle to win others. Displaying a better defensive and offensive average than the Big Ten Conference leaders, Albion has a right to be proud of her coach and her team, winning the fourth straight major sports championship. In all the 16 games the defensive average was 19.5 points and the offensive average 31.8 points, in the nine association games the averages were 22.55 points and 33.88 points respectively. During the season Albion scored 509 points while holding her opponents to 312. In M. I. A. A. competition Albion outscored her opponents 305 to 204. In the association Carlson, captain and forward, and E. Gray, center, were leading scorers. Considered one of the strongest teams in the country, Notre Dame was hard pressed to gain the decision on her own floor, 15-8. Witli the score six to 'five at half time in favor of Notre Dame the game was a stubborn battle for victory. Ernie Gray led the scoring with four points. This game was a good augury for the remainder of the season, clearly indicating Albion's defensive ability. Page One Hundred Ten Before turning to the association schedule, Albion handed the improved Battle Creek College cagers a 32-26 defeat. A few days later they set General Motors Tech. back by a 28-16 count. Playing a clever floor game, an-d combining speed with un- canny accuracy, the Albion men completely smothered their up- state rivals from Alma in the opening association game. The big factor in the success of the evening was the accuracy with which the home players sunk their tries from the free throw line. 13 points were added to the total via this route, only two attempts being missed in the entire evening. Flashing out ahead in the first few minutes of play the purple and gold won easily 33-13. Though leading by a two point margin at half time the plucky Kalamazoo team was turned back 29-26. Spectacular basket shooting, teamwork and good handiwork brought the Albion team out on top. E. Gray was high scorer of the evening while Harry Goldberg provided the sensation of the game by dribbling through the entire Kalamazoo team for a basket at a critical time. On Friday of the same week another victory was added in checking the Hillsdale players 36-28. It was the roughest game of the season, it being necessary for referee Harry Kipke to stop the game and warn the players. E. Gray and Carlson were high scorers while Goldberg starred on the defense. During exam week the Olivet team was taken into camp 37-16. In this fourth association victory Carlson was high point man with Ernie and Bruce Gray next. Before traveling to Kalamazoo for a crucial game at the close of the first half of the season's schedule, Albion defeated Detroit Tech. 3-4-14. On the smaller court at Kalamazoo the last year's champions possessed a decided advantage but the Albion team displayed the same baffling offense that Carried them through the season and eliminated the 'Hornets 33-21. Captain Carlson, though well guarded, was high scorer with Densmore following. Unable to fathom the attack of the purple and gold men Hope lost 35-26. It was a battle of long and short shots, but when Hiope threatened, Ernie Gray, Carlson and Goldberg came through with baskets. Before taking on Hillsdale for the second time, Albion displayed a tight defense to defeat Detroit Tech. 30-8. Two nights later General Motors Tech. was given its second defeat by a 36-21 count. The Hillsdale men again failed to stem the purple tide and lost a one-sided game 45-25. Captain Eddie Carlson, former captain Ernie Gray, Harry Gold- berg, John Bromley an-d Joe Fleming were the five men to play their last home game. In the crucial game of the season Albion overcame a 17-13 half time lead and won 35-29. On their own floor and with a rejuvenated team Alma was the threat of the year. The game was an uphill battle from the beginning. Both teams were exceedingly strong in defense but it was not until late in the first half that Albion was able to stop Gussin by meeting the Campbellites well up the floor. In the second half Albion's strong defense, proven in the Notre Dame tilt, held the Alma men to 12 points while scoring 23. The game was rough, the Gray brothers going out on fouls, although Ernie was high point man with 13 points. Tossing two long shots that gave Albion the lead held to the end reflects much of the credit for winning on joe Fleming. EDDIE CARLSON Caplaiu Page One Hmidred Eleven Unable to find the basket in the first half, the newly crowned champions nearly ran into a wall when the oft-defeated Olivet team held them to a two-point victory. Olivet was on their game while Albion, apparently suffering from a relapse after the hard battle of two -days before, conldn't make their shots count. Olivet led at the half 15-4. In the second period, using again that mighty defense and sterling offense, the purple, fighting to finish the season with a clean slate, swept the red men aside, ringing up 12 points before Olivet scored again. The game see-sawed back and forth with Bruce Gray sinking a basket and two free throws to give Albion a three point advantage. Olivet tied the score on a charity toss and a long shot, only to have Carlson win the game on a spectacular basket from well back of the foul line in the last 30 seconds. The men to receive awards were: Captain Eddie Carlson, john Bromley, James Densmore, joseph Fleming, Harry Goldberg, Bruce Gray, Ernie Gray and Olen McConnell. Densmore, B. Gray and McConnell will form the nucleus of next year's team along with Danylizyn, Koblin, Latta, Renkiewicz, and Richard of this year's squad. XV ith new material from the present Fresh squad the out- look for next season is good. For the third successive year E. Carlson was named forward on the all M. l. A. A. team, and it was the second year for E. Gray. Bruce Gray and Goldberg were given honorable mention. Albion may once again be proud of her men and her coaches. SEASONS RECORD Albion Battle Creek ....... Albion ...... 45 Hillsdale . . . . . . . 25 Albion Battle Creek ......, Albion ...... 35 Hope ...... .,,... 2 6 Albion Notre Dame ....... 1 -- Albion Detroit Tech. . . . L . . Totals ...... S09 Opponents . . . . . . .312 Albion ...... Detroit Tech. ..... . Albion General Motors Tech. Albion General Motors Tech. M' I' A' A' STANDINGS Albion ...... Alma ..........,... Albion Alma .............. Albion . . . W'onl Lost Pal. 9 0 1.000 800 Albion Kalamazoo . . . . . Alma .... . . 6 4 . Albion Kalamazoo . . . . . Hillsdale . . . . 6 4 .800 Albion Olivet .... . . . Hope .,...... . . 4 5 .444 Albion Olivet .... . . . Kalamazoo . . . . 3 7 .300 Albion Hillsdale . . . . . Olivet ..... . . 1 9 .100 Page One I-Imiflred Twelve Nviseman, Nelson, Smith, Vallance, Ludwig, Coach Parker Elliott, Goldberg, Aslinc, Nutt, Gray, Camburn, Schuler, Zemmer, Collins Baseball 1928 The honor of being first on the list of .Albion's successive championships belongs to the baseball team of 1928 coached by Freddie Parker. It deserves praise and worthy mention for starting something that most people in the college desire. Much credit for rightly combining an-d preserving the harmony among the-men belongs to Coach Freddie Parker. Defeated but twice in the season's schedule and losing in the linals of the Field Day only after a hard gruelling struggle 2-O, the Albion men worthily upheld their Alma Mater's name. The outlook at the beginning of the year was rather gloomy, but with the return of lfllaine Nutt, catcher, and Paul Camburn, first baseman, lettermen from the 1926 squad, .-Xlbion's hopes brightened considerably. Although "Rip" Collins was a potential tower of strength, Parker's biggest worry was to find capable assistants for him. The Ill. l. A. .-X. season was auspiciously opened when Hillsdale was trounced 12-O. While the purple and gold men were exercising their bats, the auburn haired hurler, "Rip" Collins, toyed with his opponents who were able to collect but four hits from his offerings and no two in the same inning. Elliott, Zemmer and Goldberg were the big hitters with Nutt, Captain Kuhlman, A-Xsline and Camburn following. ln the tive game pre-season series with the strong semi-pro Postum Cereal team, Albion won one game ll-7. ln the second M. l. A. A. game Olivet was defeated 86. Six runs in the lirst two innings enabled the purple diamond men to hold the lead. Gnly the rushing of Collins to the mound saved the day for Albion although Smith did good work and proved his worth. Page One Hundred Thirteen Kalamazoo, the 1927 champions were defeated 5-2, Although held to two hits, the Methodists took advantage of seven glaring errors, and turned back the Celery City men. Albion's bats had been silent all afternoon, although they had secured a count on errors in the first inning. This lead was lost through errors in the sixth inning. Then Goldberg, first man up, poled a clean double, and Camburn Lsingled, sending Goldberg to third. Nutt rescued l.-larry for the second run that tied the count and Camburn came home when the catcher missed .a fast ball. A An unexpected defeat was handed the Albion men by Alma 10-Z. lfive runs in the lirst inning upset Coach Parker's men. Collins, Albion hurler, became entangled at the outset through two walks, three hits and two errors which netted Eve runs. The Alma men cut olf purple and gold rallies three times by double plays with the bases Elled. Good baseball, erratic lielding, and hard hitting were mixed in the next three games. The Methodists started the week right by handing Hope a 6-l defeat. The following day the decision was reversed when Olivet handed Albion the biggest surprise in years and administered a 12-9 defeat. However the Parkermen quickly recovered and three days later sent Hillsdale home on the short end of an 18-S count. ln the best game of the season Kalamazoo was handed its second defeat by Albion 3-l. "Rip" Collins pitched Hue ball in holding the Hornets to two hits for eight innings. Kalamazoo started the ball rolling in the First inning when she loaded the bases on a hit and two walks, but the steady hurling of Collins held them in check. Albion scored Hrst in the sixth inning when Kuhlman singled, Gray walked and Asline singled scoring Kuhlman. Gray scored on Collins' sacrifice fly. By defeating Hope and Alma, Albion assured herself of the l928 seasons pennant. Blaine Nutt, Lloyd Zemmer. XV ith the taking an-d the loss of only a second consecutive The men to receive awards were: Norris Asline, Paul Camburn, A. C. Collins, Elbert Elliott, Ernest Gray, Murlin Kuhlman, Harlan McCall, Charles Nelson, Smith, john Vallance, Lawrence X'VlS6lllZ1l'l, and Adrian of some fine material from the freshman class of last year two of last year's championship team Albion's chance for championship look fairly bright. Smsox RIQCORID Albion .......... 10 Hope .. .... 5 Aibiou .... ..... 1 2 Hillsdale ... ... A'b""l """"" 13 Alma " "" 9 Albion .... Hope .... ... M- I- A- A- ST'xNl'lN'i . . I-Von. I.o.vl Pri. i ll . . - ..... . . . A' Jfm' Qlwct Albion . . .,. s 2 .soo Album "" M2----2-100 Kalamazoo . . . 7 3 .700 Albion .... Alma ........... 10 Alma . i 1 D l . 5 5 .625 Albion, . . . ..... Olivet ... ..... 12 Hum ....- ,H 4 4 .500 Albion .... Hillsdale ... ... 3 Hillgdalc H H, 2 3 .200 Albion .... Kalamazoo Olivet .... . . . 2 S .200 Page One Hzmdred Fam-teen r ' Turek, Tyler, Flanders, Penzotti, Baur, Coach Daugherty Teeter, Courtriglit, Krebs, Button, Lee Bartlett, Purdy, Schafer, Lynn Bartlett, Keyes, Fleming, Anderson Track 1928 VVeak only in the distance events, the track team faces the coming season with fair prospects for another championship team. Keyes and Krebs, who last year gave Albion points in the half-mile, the mile and the two-mile, are the prin- ciple losses. i Lee Bartlett, co-captain of this year's team and rated one of the two or three best javelin throwers in the nation, holds the high honor of being Albion's first Glympic representative. Following his brilliant performance at Chicago in the National Intercollegiate meet, when he broke the American Intercollegiate record with a mighty heave of 2l6 feet and seven inches, Bartlett participated in the trials at Harvard and qualified with a toss of 198 feet six inches. It was August 2 when the javelin throwers were brought together at the Hague. Facing 65 of the world's greatest spear throwers, Bartlett stepped to the foreground and hurled the silver-tipped weapon 200 feet and six inches for tenth place. The magnitude of this is apparent when it is noted that Lundquist, a veteran campaigner, tossed the javelin 218 feet four inches. However, not satished with this high ranking, Lee went out on the practice field the next day and threw the javelin 218 feet eight inches, the record not being allowed because not made in competition. XVith a party of other athletes he traveled to Switzerland, Cologne, Berlin, Brussels, Paris, and thence to London where he took second place in the British American meet with a throw of 199 feet one inch, On their arrival at New York Mayor Jimmie lfValker met the heroes and personally presented them with medals. Be- sides these four marks, Bartlett holds the State record of 198 feet six inches and the M. I. A. A. record of 203 feet 11 inches. He is one of the few men at Albion to be twice captain of the same sport. Page One Hundred Fifteen VVith 14 letter men back from the 1927 squad and a better balanced team Albion's chances for a winning team seemed good. Repeating his feat of the year before, Bartlett took third in the Ohio Relays with 191 feet while Button took third in the 100-yard dash. A week later he took second with 196 feet while Button and Tyler finished fourth and fifth in the 100-yard dash. Missing but two first places the Albion men swamped Kalamazoo 98-32 in the first meet of the season. According to sport critics this was the first win over Kalamazoo by Albion in ten years. At the intercollegiate track meet at M. S. C. Bartlett established the present state record of 198 feet six inches. Purdy tied for third in the high jump at five feet ll inches. Anderson took fourth in the broad jump at 21 feet four inches. N Two days later the Methodist men easily -defeated Adrian and Qlivet: 91 to 39 and 6. Ten firsts of 14 clinched the victory. Attention was then turned to the M. I. A. A. Field Meet june 3. For the first time in 20 years Albion showed her heels to her association opponents in a becoming and leading style to win with 66M points to 43 over her nearest rival. The events and the places and men representing Albion were: 100-yard dash-Tyler 3, Button 4 220-yard dash-Button 2, Tyler 3 440-yard ClElSl'l-SCl1El1'C1' 3 880-yard dash-Keyes 1, Krebs 3 Mile run-Krebs 1, Keyes 3 2-mile run-Krebs 2, Harris 3 Mile relay-Albion CScharer, Fleming, Keyes, Schulerj' High jump-Purdy 1, Anderson 2 Broad jump-Anderson 2 Pole vault-Purdy 1, Guile 2 Discus-1N'ilkes 1 Javelin-Bartlett l Shot put-Adler 3, Teeter 4 Thus was the second championship in a season brought home to Albion. Surely the men who endured the long, hard grind are deserving of much respect and praise, as is their fine coach, "Bud,' Daugherty. By placing four men among the first ten the Albion hill and dale men took second place in the annual four-mile run. Vander Meer, captain, took fourth placeg Cullum, sixth place, Baur, ninth place: and Robinson, tenth place. Prospects for this year are good in both track and cross country. Vifith eleven letter men from last year's track squad and the entire cross country team returning, Albionls chances are about on a par with those of last year. Page One Hundred Sixteen Kingsley, Yen, Field, Nieman, Schilz Tennis 1928 Though being iinalists in the M. I. A. A. doubles in 1927 the Albion men seemed unable to get going in 1928. Page was captain, and Shipp and Schilz were his competent supporters. New and promising material was added in Chatelle, Anderson, and Kingsley. ln the first meet of the season Albion won from Adrian, 5-1. Shipp won his singles, 6-3, 6-4. Kingsley won 6-O, 9-7. Schilz won 6-2, 6-3, while Page lost 3-6, 9-7, 6-2. Page and Shipp won their doubles 6-2, 6-4, and Kingsley and schnz 3-6, 9-7, 6-2. NI. S. C. won 7-0 and Albion turned next to Kalamazoo. Here Shipp won his match 6-O, 6-1 1 Chatelle 6-2, 6-3, and Schilz 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. The doubles were lost although running to three sets each. , Olivet next took in the Alhionites 5-2. Shipp won his singles 6-2, 6-3 and Kingsley and Schilz their doubles 9-7, 4-6, 6-3. ' ' Anderson and Schilz were the next winners in the meet with Hillsdale winning 7-5, 6-8, 6-l and 6-2, 5-7, 6-2. The iinal count was 5-2 for Hillsdale. Shipp and Schilz were eliminated in the M. I. A. A. field -day tourney largely owing to previous dissension among the squad, The coming season seems to promise that Albion will be near or at the top again. A rather stiff schedule has been planned. The team will be picked from the following squad: Anderson, Baldwin, Field, Higley, Kingsley, Nieman, Yen, and Schilz, captain, manager and coach. Page One H1mn':-cd Savcnte n V Cameron, Neiss, Laity, Smith, Huff, Ambler, Roehm Sebastian, Stark, Gwinn, Miller, Rice, Johnson, Nolte Coach Parker, Griffin, Greene, Taup, Early, Preston, Osmun, Coach Daugherty Freshman Football In a three game schedule the freshman football team tinished the season with a .500 percentage. Coached by Fred Parlcer they have uncovered some excellent material which should indicate another strong varsity next year. Toppling Flint junior College 26-14 they displayed their best form. Before a strong offense and well-knit defense the yearlings lost to the ilflillsclale 17 rosh 20-0. Ambler and Fitch were the outstanding men in this game. Taking several good passes from Xvadsworth for long gains Huff was the star in the battle with the heavy Olivet freshmen. The muddy field handicapped both teams, each losing several opportunities to score. Men to receive awards were: Fred Ambler, lNallace Cameron, Harry F itch, 'lack Greene, Glen Grieve, Edwin Griffin, Tompkins Gwinn, Adelbert l-Tuff, Wfal- ter johnson, Edwin Meader, Albert Neiss, Lawrence Osmun, Richard Preston, Robert Rice, C. L. Roehm, Richard Stark, George Southworth, Milton Taup, Kenneth Xvadsworth. SEASON RECORD Albion Frosh .... . . .24 Flint junior College . . . . . . .1-l Albion Frosh .... 0 Hillsdale lfrosh ...... .,.. 2 O Albion Frosh .... .. . O Olivet Frosh .. .. O Page Ona Hundred Eiglztccn Coach Parker, O'Rourke, Ambler. Osmuu, Clement, Neiss Coburn, Neller, Rice, Preston, Huff Freshman Basketball Opening the freshman basketball season the Albion yearlings dropped their game to the .Kalamazoo lfrosh 21-5. Completely outclassed by the bigger celery city lads they failed to score in the last half. O'Rourke with three points and Laity with two points counted the only scores for Albion. Breaking into the winning column the Frosh registered a victory over the Olivet freshies 33-15. Showing improved form and a good offense and defense, they piled up points early in the game and were never in danger. Ambler was high point man with 10 counters. Continuing to show improvement the Frosh downed the Hastings Independ- ents 28-17. Good Hoorwork and ability to hit the hoop were factors in achieving victory. The lfrosh won their third consecutive victory defeating Hope 22-10. The yearlings had been rapidly improving and outplayed the taller Hollanders in all departments of the game. Neller was high point man with 10 points. The men on the squad were: lf red Ambler, Russell Clement, VVilliam Coburn, Robert Laity, Albert Neiss, .lack Neller, Lawrence Osmun, Richard Preston, and Robert Rice. Since Freshmen can receive but one award in a .year only Clement, Coburn, Laity. and Neller will receive sweaters. g SEASON RECORD Albion. . 5 3 Kalamazoo . , . . . .21 Albion. .281 Hastings Independents 17 Albion. .333 Olivet ..... .... 1 5 Albion. .223 Hope .............. 10 Page One Hundred Nineteen Schilz, Maywood, Bromley, Coach Parker, Wilkes, Baldwin, Camburn, A. Collins, Sleight, Cullum Elliott, E. Collins, Robinson, Goldberg, Vander Meer, Childs, Brockway, Teeter, Good, Coach Daugherty Palermo, Lynn Bartlett, Densmore, Harris, Gray, Penzotti, Guile Houck, D. Anderson, XfViseman, Schuler, Adler, E.Anderson, Button The "A" Club ELBERT .Ei,r.ro'r'r ..... . . ....... .... . . ....... ...... ...... I J rvszkiml FLOYD Duxsnoiua .............. .......... . . ........ Sf'Fl'fTfl1l'j'-7il'l'!lSHVN' The "A" Club, founded more than a decade ago, is one of the most popular clubs on the campus. It is made up of men who have won a letter representing the college in any branch of athletics or as manager of an athletic team. The purpose of the club is to organize the athletes ol the college and bring about a greater interest in clean sports. An annual meeting and initiation is held each spring. MEMBERS David Anderson Ernest Anderson Charles Adler Bradford Brockway Charles Baldwin Gilbert Baur John Bromley Lee Bartlett Melbourne Button Edward Carlson Joseph Childs A. C. Collins Page One Hundred Twenty Paul Camburn Robert Cullum Joe Fleming Alex Good Ernie Gray Gurdon Guile Harry Goldberg Eugene Houck Wfilliam Harris VVilliam Lightbocly Ames Maywood Michael 'Palermo Stanley Penzotti james Purdy NVilliam Robinson Gordon Schilz VVinst0n Schuler james Sleight Carroll Smith Howard Tceter john Vallance Gerald Vander Meer Sherwood Wilkes Lawrence XVISCIUEIII Adair, Mason, Householder ' Stcidlc, Guilford, Miss Hamilton n Women's Athletic Association SHIRLEY Simpson .... .......... P resident FLORA Tnoixms ,....... ..... T fice-President lisrman h'IllILE'1'HALER .,.. ........ S ecretary I'IARRllE'I"I' l-Iicics ..... ......... T a'easm'c'r CAROL HAIKT ..... .... H iking Jllaster h Albion co-eds, directed by Miss Leta Hamilton, instructor of physical edu- cation, have developed the organization known as the NW. A. A." Organized in September, 1924, the group was admitted to the national organization, Athletic Conference of American College VVo1nen, in 1927. Competition in this organ- ization is limited to intra-mural and interclass contest. Physical examinations, health talks, and competition between different groups in basketball, indoor baseball, tennis and volley ball have been on the program of the Association. Page One Hundred Twenty-one SENIORS - JUNIORS s be . V 5' M is .. t Q a :J 1+-2 1 r ' ' Q ,L 1 ' A ' . 5 L' . V , lu Mfr? iu- , V H , . H A - V . .L 'F 5 , TIL l.f'i':"7"'A' r , MV" A Q i t s r 1 a F i X . lf- ffril'-T H - X425-L, if -xii-i, r , ., itif, -QQ Q ,ighilf li'ilQ.: ,,li'Y2 If Q " "- SoPHoMoREs FmzsH1m2N Interclass Basketball Despite the fact that Albion College does not participate in any girl's inter- collegiate basketball, the interclass games have succeeded in building up a spirited rivalry between the teams representing the various classes of the college. The cup which is presented each year to the winning team as a championship trophy was won this year by the representatives of the freshman class who topped the list for the 1929 season in the record of games won and lost. Page One Hundred Twenty-two Qntihities N A 1 x W ,gax ' X C 1 -I I - , ,,lx! A ,WH 1:41 .Wm n fy Hg' 5 Hifi" MM K ' ' X A I K . V' 3 UW 'l' lg ' W W WMV, Q! ,my ,N MAH ,E ll 'NVE 1' 1, -1, .. 1 QM QM Q W 1 ' ff: Q1 . l n g mysz 1 '1 U,fL, FORENSICS fa: ,f . fee - Pahl. Murray, Pitkin. Moffatt. liisenach Avery, Boyden, Mather, Robinson, Spiegel, Beeman Dammon, Hoag, jannasch, Prof. Wfeiss, Vtfilliams, Anderson Men's Varsity Debate Twenty-two Albion men, all of whom participated in at least two inter- collegiate -debates, working under the direction of Prof. N. Pl. Wfeiss, have discussed the questions of trial by jury and freedom of speech before church and college audiences in thirty-seven contests with representatives from twenty-six colleges and universities in five different states. Alll seven of the expert judge decisions were won by Albion. One audience decision was won and one lost, and the re- mainder of the debates were no-decision contests. A Senior team composed of Sherman Lawton, Clarence Dammon and Leonard Hoag debated against Oberlin College, VVestern Reserve, Syracuse University, Franklin and Marshall College, New York University and VVZlSl1l1lgtOl'1 Square College on a spring eastern trip, the only decision debate, with Wiestern Reserve, being lost. Heidelberg College, Otterbein College, Dennison University, Miami University, VVittenberg, Butler University and Depauw University were visited by a junior team composed of David Anderson, Leslie Williams, Phil l-lembdt and Marvin Pahl, the decision of the critic judge being won from Butler. Other schools whose representatives were met on the platform included VV'aynesburg College, Hillsdale College, Detroit College of Law, Calvin College, Alma College, Central State Teachers College, Michigan State College, Adrian College, Highland Park junior College, Grand Rapids Junior College, Olivet College, Battle Creek College and Carleton College. Glenn Aldrich, XVilliam Pitkin, Benjamin Murray, VVillis Moffatt, Wfilliam Robinson, Carl Beeman, Lawrence jannasch, Robert McCulloch and Richard Rogers completed the upperclass teams. Freshman speakers 'included Alfred Eisenach, Charles Avery, Marcus Boyden, George Mather, I-larold Spiegel and XV alter Nolte. , Page One I-Imrdrezi Twenty-six Albertson, Ritter. Hart, Thornton, DcBrular, Simpson Black. Yeoman, Carpenter, McCrea, Howes, Adair Arbcr. Barnes, Mellvenna, Slcight, Baxter, Nixon Women's Varsity Debate A Minnesota trip by the veteran trio, Margaret Sleight, Ruth Mcllvenna and Dorothy Baxter, featured this year's women's varsity debate season. Defending the negative of the issue, "Resolved, That installment buying should be drastically curtailed," the team met representatives of Haxniline College, St. Paul, Carleton College, Northfield, and Gustavus Adolphus College, Petersburg. The decision debate with Carleton was won by Albion. Debating the same question, the veteran team lost to Vtfestern State Teachers College at Kalamazoo, March 16, while an affirmative team, composed of May Yeoman, Bernice Barnes and Carol Hart were being defeated by the Teachers on the home platform. Both decisions were two to one. A dual victory was earned February 15 when the negative veterans defeated Michigan State Normal College at Ypsilanti and an affirmative team composed of lilta Arber, Clive M.cCrea and Madeline Nixon likewise won the decision of the critic judge in a contest with Central State Teachers' College, Mt. Pleasant, on the home platform. On February 26 an affirmative team composed of Esther Dellrular, Mae Yeoman and Carol Hart lost a decision to Kalamazoo College at Kalamazoo. - A no-decision dual debate was also held with Wfittenberg, Margaret Sleight, Dorothy llaxter and Ruth Mcllvenna remaining at Albion and Elta Arber, Olive McCrea and Madeline Nixon traveling to Ohio. , Other members of the squad included Marjorie Albertson, Doris Ritter, Marian Thornton, Gladys Simpson. Lucille Black, Kathleen Carpenter, Florence Howes and Mary Adair. Prof. N. J. Vlfeiss coached the squad. Page One Hundred Twenty-seven l i. KJ .lVlARGARE'l' Sr.tcif:H'1' HAROLD S vllcoial, Oratory Competing in a field of eight contestants. Margaret Sleight, senior orator and Adebater, Won the State Oratorical Contest at Alma, March 1, speaking on "You're a Member." This victory made Albion the holder of the women's Ora- torical championship for two successive years. Miss Sleight stressed the danger of the over-organization of society, pointing out the lack of creative thought and vital living due to the encroachment of membership activities upon time for thinking and enjoying real values, such as home lite. Harold Spiegel, representing Albion in the nien's contest the same day, placed second in a field of eight speakers with his oration "Chain, Store Minds." He emphasized the tendency on the part of the American public to oin the crowd and made an appeal for less standardization ot thought. Mr. Spiegel, a freshman, represented Albion as alternate for WVillia1n Pitkin, who won the local contest with an oration "All Hail the Company," in which he stressed the almost blind devotion of the American man to the organization which employes him, pointing out the weaknesses that grow out of such an unswerving fidelity. Class oratorical contests, the traditional l-lorn contest, the state Constitu- tional contest and the state Peace contest, held at Albion, 'featured the spring oratorical program. Page One Hundred Ttucuiy-eiglit N mf f fffa of 3 ef f S f aj f A f i ,4PWig5vm?mm Q 41QiTYi MUSIC 8 DRIXIVIA 7 Q, bf 1 ' 7 P , 0 'w S D , o X U ,Q ' 5 ' J fb -xg! , f' , N 0 4 , In f r at ,' . "9 , ff, Y ' v f , 42 f 2 4, s C 1, , X, . 3 X E X Q 1 G ., . -Q? 'Ill Ewan' :I , 'S.x1,1b K X V t - I., film K -X ' I .: m f Butenuth, F. Densmorc, Dewey, Ellinger, VanHorn, Biggs, VanCamp, Beckett Nash, Oldt, Huekle, King, Richards, Kingsbury, VR. Densmore, Schrannn Slecman, Johns, Manning, Lee, Clancy, Ludwig, Collins, Cainpbell ' Albion College Glee Club The Albion College Glee Club under the direction of Joseph Cleeland, pro- fessor of voice, has given over twenty full concerts and has sung at many ocea- sions about the state. They had as their feature numbers Stanley King, reader, and jack Greene, trumpet soloist. PERSONNEL CLIFTON ELLINGER, A ccomjumist 1051211 H First TC7l0l'.9 Edward Johnson Leslie Lee Lionel Sleeman Lawrence Van Horn First Bnssrs Erwin Collins Floyd Densmore Dan Dewey Clifton Ellinger Page One Hundred Thirty LESLIE LEE, Manager Harold Field Stanley King XVesley Van Camp Richard Dcnsmore .S'm'o11d Tvzzofzr Jack Ludwig Harvey Biggs Hugh Clancy . Gordon Nash violinistg Hugh Clancy, C. CLEELAND, Dirccfor Sf'CI711!i Banc.: Roy Johns Leon Manning Lloyd Richards Enos Butenuth WVesley Oldt Jack Schrannn Richard Beckett Earl Huekle l1Villard Kingsbury Norman Campbell I Lypps, Young, Neller, Hicks, Bacorn, Cross, Schneider McAllister, Ash, Snelling, White, Link, Fitzgerald, Wfooton, Simpson lVebster, Rupright, Vlfalworlh, Miss Claudon, Pollock, Harrison, Decker Albion College Co-Ed Singers The Albion College Co-ed Singers, under the direction of Miss Adah Clau- clon, has given fifteen full concerts, most of them being week-end concerts. Miss Margaret ,lean Harrison was violin soloistg Miss Cecile Pollock, piano soloistg Miss Antoinette Ash and Miss Adah Claudon, vocal soloists. Miss Beulah Champ and Miss Gwendolyn jones appeared as readers with the club at several concerts. Cliciua Louise POLLOCK, Accomjvan-i.vt Miss ADAH CLAUDON, Director A ' PHVLLIS A. WALWORTH, Manager lfilzri 50111-0110 Antoinette Ash Eleanor Rupriglit Dorothy Schneider Geraldine Snelling Helen Webster Kathleen Wliite Ffrsi A110 Barbara Bacorn 4 Mary Ella Decker Eleanor Fitzgerald Gladys Simpson Second Soprano Hildegarde Link Bertha McAllister Dorothy Neller Phyllis VValworth Margaret Wootoii Esther' Young Second Alfa Louise Clancy Esther Cook ' Marjorie Cross Margaret Jean Harrison Harriet Hicks Page One Hundred Tlzirty-one Albion Civic Orchestra At the opening of school last year the College Orchestra was considerably enlarged by the addition of players from the city, the name being changed to Albion Civic Orchestra. The wisdom of this expansion was still more in evidence as the orchestra entered its second year of existence. The success of the concert last year interested other players of the city, and the personnel was augmented from thirty-three players to forty-five. The incoming freshman class furnished several excellent musicians, so that the instrumentation was practically that of a symphony orchestra. During the present year the orchestra presented two very pretentious pro- grams in the High School auditorium as well as 'furnishing orchestral accom- paniment for the two concerts by the Albion Civic Chorus. The works presented were the "Messiah" by Handel and "Olaf Tregvassonn by Grieg. The organization is under the efficient direction of Prof. Harold R. Harvey, head of the violin department of the School of Music. PERSONNEL First Violin Louise Morrison Oboe ' Double' Bags x ' Helen Ashley - b A M. Albert Arthur ardner Stdnlcy King, Margaret Moyncs Pllif D C Enos Butcnuth Coliceriil-zustaf' Florence Smith CIm""f'f ,5',,,,X,,f,1,0,,I, Raymond McLean Edith Grant Victor Calderone Robert Gaskell Roy McLean Viola RObC1't Cllfftflll Tmmbom, Gordon Nash Russell Troutman Holward Brown LCC Shar 1 'Margaret Harrison Violinccllo E-illtlj 1011115011 Wqmam gamer Bertha McAllister Alice Campbell Cassius OSg00d FH U Mrs. Reginald Smith Bethany King . Sefoml Violin 'fingli Hfgn . Leonard Hoag Mrs. Clifford Smith Wvarrcn Kctcham J 0 eff dcfklfl Florence Austin Viola Drake Hildcgqrde I ink I 'i"C"'W0l' , Wlilda Spain Bzrmooizl Franceg CYOQCH ,,Gf0fg,C Hill Lytton O'Shaughnessy Matechik , ' I lflffflfll- 1 , Rex Arnold F1.,,fC TH11'll'ff-S 'Llifton Iullinger Marjorie Cross - Virginia Rogers Frgmuk Rfuldelll 1"lf1'Hl-ff Genevieve Cranson Fritzi Lipp Willis Brown Lucille Black I-'age One Hundred Thirty-two x Albion College Band The Albion College band has been a conspicuous factor in the success of the college activities. lt accompanied the teams in the various contests about the state, appeared at the basketball games, furnished music at commencement, Wwe 'Ln annual band concert bro'1dcasted over the radio' and Gave several out bi K C K. , C k b of town concerts. PERSONNEL Co1'116I.v NVillis Brown Robert Black Philip Butenuth Ross Cook David Lilly I-Toward Field Clarinets Robert Clilfton Warren Ketcham Bruce Young Lawrence Comstock Enos BUTENLlTII,Sf1llI'E1l-f' Dirmrmr Leslie Harmon Cleo Cobb Sa-.rri plz ones Morton Anderson Kleber Merrick Raymond Durkee Kenneth Wadsworth Wesley Baker 7'ronzbmw.r Carleton Adams Ernest Brown Duane Cory Mcllojvlzon-U Charles. Monroe Piccolo Glenn Mastin Sousatplzpnt' Arthur Gardner Robert Gaskell Drimzs - Eugene Houck Franklin Bush Earl Hucklc Page One Hundred Tlziriy-three Sun Up The grand .production of the year was "Sun-Up" hy Lula Vollmer, pre- sented at Wfashington Gardner High School. This play is considered one of the greatest American folk plays ever written. The theme centers around a mother'S sacrificing love which will over-ride even those feuds which in the South meant more than life itself. The characters have enough universal and essential human- ity so that they were greatly appreciated by the entire audience. The play builds up a true conception of the solid, unemotional exterior of these folk who under- neath are nlled with a deep love for one another. PERSONS OF TI-Ili PLAY XfV'lClGYV Cagle Rule Cagle ..... 5'lII'l'1lll1'!1 Lz1'zerl0n . . . .Mary Lon Kmumly Pap Todd ...... Emmy Todd .... Bud Todd .... Jim Weeks Preacher . . i . Stranger . . . Bob ..,... Page One I-Izmdrcd Th.i1'fy-faur . . . .Clmrdv Colman .. . . . .Mary .flrlair . . . . Robvrl Gregory .. . . . .Hu-gli Clancy .. . ,Lfnrlir Ufilliavlzs . C lm'c11rr Dmn.-mon . . . . .Ernrnvf Brown Dramatics VVith the coming to Albion of Miss Beulah G. Champ, drainatics in the college received a new impetus. Early in the year the Histrionic Club was Organized into a definite working group and the preparation 'of several plays begun. As the climax to the I-Ioniecoining program the club gave two one-act plays. These were "Suppressed Desires" and "T he Pot Boiler," both selected as some- thing light enough to appeal to tired, over-rushed lioinecoiners. The lirst was a drama of domestic difficulties brought about through the wifes devotion to psycho-analysis. Marjorie Cross, as the wife, and Leslie 'Willia1ns, as the hus- band, assisted by Alice McCabe, gave excellent interpretations of the roles. "The Pot Boileri' clrainatized the theater. A proininent playwright decides to direct his own production and meets with endless difficulties. THE CHARACTERS: Thomas Pinikles Sud . . .,.. S11-C7'1'l'1U1l Lawton Mr. Ivory ......... . . .Clarence Daninion Harold Wfouldby .... Kennictlz Patterson Mr. Ruler ........ ...... C landc C0lI0'0'll- Miss Ivory .. . . .Maxine Gregg H Mr. lnkwell ....... Hugh, Clancy lVl rs. Pencil . . . . . .Dorothy Lockwood A program of three one-act plays was given by the Histrionic Players at the college chapel, March 25, and included a larger number of students than any program of plays in the history of drainatics at Albion. "The Burglar," a melodrama, opened the entertainment, followed by sophisticated "Overtones" and concluded with the clever drama, "The Florist Shop." Page One Hundred 7'I1i:-ty-Eve Valerie , . . Freda . . . Mabel . . Peggy ......... Edith ........ '. . Student Director Property Manager . . . ........ . . . . Margaret .. Harriet . . . Maggie ....... Hetty .......... Student Director Property Manager Maude . . . Henry ..... Miss Vlfells .. Mr. jackson . . . Slovsky ........ Student Director Property Manager THE CASTS: "Tins BURG1.,xR'! ....... flrda Bchlcr . . .Ma-rgcI1'1't llffolzroc . . . . .Esflzzrr DeBrulw' . . .lfleanor H 01r.ve'.'mldm' . . . . .Bmvlirn lflfallelcy . . . .l?1'r1ezir1r H"'alkIc'y . . . . . ..f1I1'u'f1 Bclzlvr MCDVERTONESH ............ .....Garc'ia Carpcn!'m' . . . .Mary L011 Kclzmzdy . . . .Machlimz Nixon ........Ma1'y Adair . . . . . . .Mczrjor-ic Cross ..........,............llJfll'j'LOZtIivCIl7ICdj! Tm: Fr.oR1sT Sl-IOPM ....EsHwr DC137'1LlU1' . . . .Claude Colzooin . . . .Bervziicc Iflfalleley . . . .Robert Gregory . . . .Leslie lfVilIia.11L.s' . . . . . .llJfl.'L"ilIC Gregg ........................Doz-oilzy Lockwood Albion students enjoyed the first professional Shakespearean play in seveml years when The Stratford Players of New York City presented "Julius C HC911 in the chapel, February 12. These distinguished players were brought to the college under the auspices of the Histrionic Club, not as a money-making proposl tion, but solely for the purpose of promoting an appreciation of better drama Page One Hmzdrea' Tlzirty-six QWIJW Jr Tfl -fnxxff W J f 4 PUBLICATIONS D fMf'f "1il ,V ' if Xxx 1, 571 1 + am n1' ll gglgulmm . lg l -- , . ,, r, fn '11 ' far ' - Albionian Stall 2 if mi-' i e ' l +- fgznali l I xl l - r ' ' ' 'g:Tg.l:k w f ' Up?" ff' fr 5 l , . ' g -li li 1 l l Wig: V l M' Ri ly-A l ..', ,,: 1. sl ki 47 Q ,, M l 111 E,-L, E, f , , , H, f . Jw- x ' -, X . I' , fu , " W ' . ,,V', 255, I .53 Y. ,I ,, V, - i ff, - F ' ' 'JF' . 'uv , 'N V? l l l P X r , , it , , V W I , '. w , l r y 1 , l H x1fJ ,N is lf? Eilgllslb .. David Anderson Hcrhcrt Hclmkamp Lucien Vlfalworth Ray Foley Wfalter Hoslml Phillips Hcmlxlt Esther Young' Gordon Schilz Ruth Parsons George Hill Paul Kingsley Helen Sue Eystcr Margaret Monroe Edwin Applcyard Wlilliam Fritz Jack Shrock Ralph Phelps Pagr One Hundred Tlzirty-eiglut Q'- 'ra 1 P Dsvm ANDERSON .. i'iERlZERT I-TELMKAMP LUc11zN WALWORTII RAY FOLEY ......, W.sx1.'r1sR I'IOSI-IA1.. . . Pun. l4I'mw1m'1r .. GURIJON SCIEIILZ .... ESTIIIER YOUNG . . . RUT11 'l?A1zsONs .... PAUL IKINGSLEY .... PIELISN SUE EYSTER . . GEORGE I'IILL ...... NIARGARET Nl ON Rom . RALN-I P11m.Ps .... VVILLIAM FRITZ- . . . JACK Smzocx. .. EDWIN .+XP1'Ll2Y.xRn. . The 1929 Albionian Staff ELECTED STAFF . . . . . . ..... Editor-in-Chief . . . .... Business Rlauager . . .......... Associate Editor ....... . . . . . .Associate .Editor . . . .Associate Business M'auager . . . .Associate Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF D ......SportsEdit0r . . .Religious Activities . . . .Debate and Oratory . .Slzap Editor . . . .Assistant Sua-fr Editor .................Clubs . . . .Music and Drama . . . . . . .Fwoteruit-ies ART STAFF Title S ub-titl e Dedication Foreword Conte-nts A dmiifzistratiou Classes A thletics A c tivities Organizations Fra feruities Faculty Governing Bodies , Seniors Juniors Soplwmores Fresluufeu Forensics Afusic and Dzlauia Publications Clubs LReligious Organisations y' Ex Libris Head and Tail Fly Leaf U n 4 Page Onc Hundred Thirty-nine Lawton, Anderson, VVay. Cohoon, Ludkc, Russell, VVilkes, Cullum Knack, Prof.l-lillman, Leeds. Bradley, Pelton, Moffatt The Pleiad The Pleiad, originally established in 1868, reached its present form after many failures and changes. lt became finally established as a weekly five-column paper in 1915 and as such has continued until the present as the campus news- sheet. Its purpose is to provide the student body with a weekly record of events put up in the best journalistic manner and to give the elected staff and the jour- nalism class real experience in news editing and reporting. jAMEs RUSSELL ....... Edilor-in--chief RAY MARICEL .... ,... B u.vir1,e.r.v Manager VINCENT BAILEY .. .... Associate Editor CAROL HART .... ..,........... A ssoc-iaile Editor CHARLES FINK .,.. Associate Busiuesx Manager ' IRVING ELLER ..... ..... A .vxncialv B1r.r'ine.r.r M imager WILLIS MOFFATT .... .. ................. Sporls Editor Reported by the C loss -inf !ournali.vm Ernest Anderson Howard Bradley Claude Cohoon Robert Cullum Raymond Durkee Dale Hogue ' Florence Howes Carleton Knack Page One Hundred Forty Sherwood VVilkes Sherman Lawton lvalter Leeds Grace Lindsay Joye June Ludke P. S. Moses Elizabeth Rowley Russell Troutman Wayiie 'Way X X J QQ! w ff Eff I YK M Q M Mt J L C LUB5 JM 'fix !,,1"Lf,' - j . , f f :JA Xjiffff- Q E ff fflf if X' x 9 413 j XC! 'TWV All 15 UJ LLE ,MQ I Vlfalworth, I-Iemhclt, Hoshal, Foley, Bailey Russell, Harger. Markle, Eller, Fink Helmlcamp, Huckle, Dr. Battenhouse, Kennedy, Anderson Alpha Phi Gamma 'FHERBIERT HELMKAMP ........ lJI'l'.Y1'l1'!'llf XETHEL MAE KENNEDY .... ..... I 'iff'-Prcxif1'm1.1 ll'DAVID ANDERSON ...... ........ . Slfvrvtary XRAY Bowlzks ......... ...... T rea.vnrw' Organized in 1927 as the Quill Club for the purpose of furthering literary effort on the campus, the club was granted a charter in Alpha Phi Gamma, national honorary journalistic fraternity in April, 1928. Membership is limited to those who have held staff positions on the college publications. One of the projects of the club is the publication of a magazine, The Quillglesigiiecl to provide an outlet for the literary aspirations of the student body. MEMBERS Prof. H. M. Battenhouse Vincent Bailey Phil I-Iembdt Irving Eller Vlfalter Hoshal - Charles Fink Beatrice Huclcle Raymond Foley 'Ray Markle 'Douglas I-larger James Russell Lucien lValworth "'Charter Members, Nu Chapter, Alpha Phi Gamma Page One Himdred Farfylturo Nixon, Vincent, Leech, Sheldon, Clark, Behling, Seaton Davis, Cressy, Miss Swanson, Ludwig, Hoaglin Art Club JACK Lumvrc .... ........,............. ...... . P resident ERWIN' CoLLrNs .... . .... Vice-Presaklent MARION DAVIS .................,............................. S8CVEf07'j7 Esrnnu l'l0AGl.IN ..........................................., Treasiw'er The Art Club was organized in 1927 for the purpose of acquainting students with art and to give them greater appreciation of it. VV ith this end in view the club has been instrumental in obtaining a group of Medici prints of old master- pieces which have been put on display. Prints of famous portraits and landscapes, together with some plaster casts which have been recently added, form a nucleus for a future art gallery. - Students who have maintained an average grade of "BU for one semester are eligible for membership. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month. MEMBERS Miss Charlotte Swanson Edwin Appleyard Gertrude Bacorn Charles Baldwin Mary Barhyte Harvey Biggs Helen Cheeseman Doretha Clark Louise Clark Elizabeth Culver Phil Curtis Royal Cressy Frank Dean Jack Dean Maxine Gregg Leslie Harmon Dorothy Hawley Irene Ireland Georgia Young Viola Kennedy Dorothy 'Leech Alice Maurer Grace Messner Madeline Nixon Elmer Ruthsatz Mary Seaton Virginia Sheldon Jack Shrock Olga Tefft Joyce Thompson Mary Thompson Nola Vincent Robert Wesley Alberta Woehholz Margaret Wooster Yeh Chung Yen Page One- Hundred Forty three Helmkamp, Adler, Kingsley, House, Deusmore Noble, Baxter, Dr. Honey, D1'.Cl1ickeri11g, Campbell Miss Rogers, Biles, Howes, Goetz, Miss Tucker Biological Club HORiER HOWES ..................... . .... ...... ..... I J revzdcnl HELEN BILES ........ ,If'ice-Pretzdenl ROBERT Gomz .... .... . S'e4f1-rlr1r'y-Trefmuef The Biological Club was organized i11 1869. Its purpose is to have its mem bers keep ill touch with biological literature and tl1e development of the QCICIICC lMliC1'l'lb61'Slll1J is limited to twelve students wl1o are majors or 111111o1s 111 the department, witl1 no grade below "B," who l1ave shown special interest 111 Biology and wl1o have been reco111111e11ded by tl1e llead of tl1e depart111e11t. Page Dr. A. M. Chickeriug Miss Mary Tucker Sidney Adler Dorotl1y Baxter Alice Campbell Floyd Densmore One Hmxdred Farty-four MEMBERS Dr. E. E. Honey Miss Lotta Rogers Mildred Noble Howard Field Herbert Helmkamp Kexmeth House Paul Kingsley Adler, Lyday, House, Flanders Van Camp, Densmore, Dr. Randall, McDowell, Brown, Newcomb Campbell, Steidel, Miss Engel, Miss Tucker, Rood, NVilson, Kennedy, Brocklebank Fall Chemical Club KATHERINE Roon ....... ........... .............. P 1 'esideut MARGARE'F STEIDLE .... . ..... . .... . . ............. . . , .Secretary-Treasurer The Fall Chenlical Club was organized in, 1897 under the direction of Dr. Delos Fall. In 1905 the club was enlarged to include the science of physics and was called the Physico-Chemical Club, the name being later changed in honor of Dr. Delos Fall. . This year the club has adopted a new plan of holding meetings each week in the form of a Seminar class for which college credit is given. In addition to these, the regular evening meetings are held once a 1nonth. MEMBERS Miss Dorothy G. Engle Dr. David L. Randall Miss Mary E. Tucker Sidney Adler Robert Goetz Lee Bartlett William Harris Lynn Bartlett Kenneth House Carl Beeman Ethel Kennedy Olive Brockelbank Joseph Lyday , Vlfillis Brown Douglas McDowell Alice Campbell Charles Newcomb Louise Clancy Mildred Noble Floyd Densmore Howard Teeter Lyle Eggleston Vlfesley Van Camp , John Flanders Doris Wilson Adrian Zemmer Page One Hundred Forty-rim: Murray, Hill, Currin, Smith XfVright, DeBrular, Fillmore, Dibble, Benedict Howes, Van Camp, Dr, Han-op, Lockwood, Cole Classical Club EDITH VAN CAMP .... ....... P resident - DOROTHY L0cKWOon .... ..... I fficc-Preszdent MARY ESTHER DEBRULAR ...... Sccfetafv HOMER Howlas ......... .... T rcasmcr The Classical Club was organized in 1912. It is composed of a selected group of students who are interested and proficient in Latin or Greek 'lhe meet ings give interesting side-lights into the classics. Helen Benedict Frank Cole Norman Currin Elizabeth Dibble Frances Fillmore Page One Hundred Forty-six MEMBERS Dr. A. H. Harrop Carl Martenson Benjamin Murrey Williani Smith Jane Weidgeilant Dorothy Wright Tamblyn, Pollock, Mr. X1Villiams, Parsons, Ludke Morrison, Cook, Heath, Anderson Contributors Club V Lots I-I1sA1'H ...... . . . . . . . . .,..... . ..... . ...... . . .President HIELEN XVmis'rlau .... ......... I7 ice-President Giirmcla ICOETI-HER .... .. .... . ...... Svcrcz'a.ry-Trcasizrcr The Contributors Club was organized in 1907 and had twelve charter mem- bers. Present membership is limited to Hfteen of the best writers of the college. In former years members were chosen by the head of the English department. This year the clubi departed from this custom, appointed Mr. Kenneth Williariis its faculty sponsor and extended a standing invitation to all faculty members of the English department to attend meetings. The purpose of the club is to develop creative writing and further student interest in good literature. MEMBERS A Mr. Kenneth W'il1iams Samford Cooper Cecil Pollock Dorothy Anderson Ruth Parsons Ioye June Ludke Frances Morrison Mary Tamblyn Page One Hundred Forty-seven Hoag, Danimon, Parsons Mcllvenna, Prof.'vVeiss. Dean lVilliams, Dr. Seaton, Slcight Delta Sigma Rho MARGARET SLEIGHT ......... Prv.via'cnt RUTH PARSONS ..... .... I 7,1750-Pl'C.YldUIlf RUTH MCILVENNA .... ....... .S 'ccrivmry Delta Sigma Rho is the oldest national honorary 'forensic fraternity. Albion, one of the few small colleges to be so honored, was admitted to memliership in 1911, live years after the founding of the fraternity. juniors who have participated in intercollegiate public speaking events for at least two years are eligible for election. Initiation and election are held in the spring of each year. MEMBERS Dean Robert VVilliams Prof. N. J. Wfeiss President john L. Seaton Clarence Dammon Glenn Aldrich Leonard Hoag Page Une Hundred Forty-eight Dodge, Schilz, Parsons Dr. Thurston, Dr. McCulloch, Dr. Xhfhitehousc, Mellvcnna Hoag, Prof. Hendrickson, Dr. Hall, Schott Forum Club Lnoxmen Hom: .. ......... PI'U.YfdF71f lisrnnk Scnorr . . ..... . .Vice-Prmidvlzl Gonnox Scmrz .......... . .... . . . , . .... . ...Secretary-Trra.vurr'r The Forum Club is an International Relations Club afliliated with Carnegie Endowment. Privilege membership is extended to the 25 students who display ability and interest in the Social Science, History and Political Science departments. Individual research is combined with group discussion to further an interpretation of contemporary problems. Delegates are annually sent to the Model League Assembly which was held in Ann Arbor in April. Prominent international lead- ers are brought to the college under the auspices of the Club. MEMBERS Dr. VV. W. l1Vhitehouse Prof. H. C. Hendrickson Dr. M. F. Thurston Dr. Royal G. Hall u Dr. Albert J. McCulloch Glenn Aldrich David Anderson Mary Dodge Harry Goldberg Virginia Greenfield Ruth Mcllvenna Phyllis Vlfalworth Earl Mutch Ruth Parsons Beatrice Panlley William Pitkin Jane Shoults Margaret Steidle Page One Hun-dred Forty-nine Miss Riegel, Finch, Brown Rogers, VVochholz, Hart, Guilford, Miss Bird, Nichols Behler, Kidder, McVicar, Dr. Gilbert, Sleight, Monroe, Householder Le Cercle Francais MARGARET SLEIGHT ................................ ......... I 'resident MARVIN PAHL ..... , .... Vice-Presidaiit MARY BROXVN ...... ....... S ccretary HARRIE1' DAVEY ...,.......................................... Treasurer Le Cercle Francais was organized for the purpose of giving French students practice in speaking French, and to introduce the students to French customs, songs, games, etc. . Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month and interesting pro- grams are provided, either in the form of a play or topic by the members. by those who have visited France are especially enjoyed. I MEMBERS Miss Beatrice Bird Dr. D. M. Gilbert Arda Behler VVilma Behling Theodore Bergman Helen Brown Mary Capper Mary Decker Kathleen Finch Virginia Fuller Hortense Guilford Carolyn Hart Harriett Hicks Leonard Hoag Esther Hoaglin Eleanor Householder Wilson Ienkins Viola Kennedy Altha Kidder I age One Hundred Fifty Miss Roberta Riegel Dr. Antoinette Westborn George Koether Bertha MaeAllister Isabel McVicar Margaret Monroe Vera Nichols Margaret 0'Connor Minerva Richards William Robinson Clara Rogers Katherine Rood Jane Shoults Margaret Steidle Grace Ulbright Helen Webster' Elizabeth WViniield Alberta VVochholz Ruth Vlood Talks Main, Rice, S.Adler, C. Adler, Good McVicar, Cooper, Nieman, Neumann, I.. Halliday, Morris, Miles, Decker Frevert, Dr. Wfesthorn, Goetz, Arber, Lavene, Link, N. Halliday German Club Elms Annan .... .......... P rt'sidr'nt Romain' Goxrrz .... ....... V irc-Prvsidmzf MALIIQICIE LAvlzN1c .. .... Secretary-Trm.nn'cr The German Club was organized in 1919. Its meetings are conducted en- tirely in German, and are held on the first Tuesday of each month. At this time the students are given a wider knowledge of the life, customs, songs, games and literature of the German people. Each year since its organization the Club has presented one short play. This year "Jugendliehe" by Wfilbrandt was given. MEMBERS , Dr. Antoinette' Wfestborn Sidney Adler Carl Beemun Robert Cliffton Sanford Cooper Marion Davis Mary Ella Decker Mildred Frevert Alex Good Leonard Hoag Charles Holcomb Lydian l-Ialliclay Nataline Halliday Margaret Halfma ll Bethany King Stanley King Selden Koblin Hildegarde Link James Main Allan Morris Olen McConnell Isabel McVicar Richard Miles Mrs. Neumann Harvey Nieman Robert Rice Mildred Smith Page One Hwmdzcd Fzffg one Lockwood, Householder, Cross, Vlfalkley, Gregory NVilliam5, Carpenter, Gregg, Dammon, Nixon, Delirular, Behler, McCabe Adair, Kennedy, Cohoon, Miss Champ, Baxter, Clancy Histrionic Club DOROTHY BAXTER ..... ........... ....... I ' reridenl NIARY LOU KENNEDY .... .... I f'icz'-President BERNICE WALKLEY ...... ..... . S'ccr-ffnry ELEANOR HOUSEHOI.DER .........................,.. ' .......... Trcaszzrcr Membership in this The Histrionic Club was founded in the spring of 1923. club, beginning in 1929, is limited to those college students meeting the approval of the club members in the annual membership try-outs. Under the direction of Miss 'lileulah Champ, the Club presents each year to the student body four distinctive programs of plays. ln addition to this, during the year 1929, the club is bringing to the campus the Stratford Players of New York, featuring "Julius Caesar" by Shakespeare. Mary Adair Arda Behler Claud Cohoon Garcia Carpenter Hugh Clancy Marjorie Cross Clarence Dammon Page One H1t1ld1'Cd Fifty-two MEMBERS Miss Beulah Champ Leslie Williams Esther DeBrular Maxine Gregg Robert Gregory Sherman Lawton Dorothy Lockwood Alice McCabe Madeline Nixon Foster, Harvey, VVhiton, Johnson, Clark, Butler, Peckham Phillips, Lounsberry, Behling, Abramsen, Mitchell, Condon, Sheldon Douglass, Carlisle, Miss Dean, Miss Crosby, McClintic, Mercer, Pearce Home Economics Club lllAR Alam' lvliauciiu .... .......... P resident lxvrn Pmuclc ...... ..... I 'ice-Pwszdcrrf K xrn1.msN Vlfnlrlf . . , ...... Sccretmx Rorn Doucmss ........,.................................... Trcmvw cv lhc Home Economics Club was organized in 1918, shortly after the depait ment wis established in the college. lt is now affiliated with the Michigan Home Iconomics Association and the American Home Economics Association The puiposz. of the club is to give the members a broader knowledge of the social and economic phases of this work, including home and vocational problems Membership is limited touthose of the three upper classes who are doing b work md xx ho are majoring or minoring in the -department. Iithcl Bchling Helen Butler Marion Carlisle Louise Clark Bernadette Condon Grace Cowen Katherine Foster Edith johnson MEMBERS Miss Bernice Crosby Miss Annie Dean Marion Mitchell Elva McClintic. Alza Peckham Grace Lounsberry Pearl Phillips Virginia Sheldon Mary Tamblyn Ella VVhiton Page One Hmzdz ed 1 :ity three Bowers, Harris, Hill, Pahl, Mr. Davis, Houck Mcllvenna, Day, Ludington, Prof. Slcight, Gray, Sampson, NVylie Hieber, Raidle, VVochholz, Garlangcr, Ulhright Mathematics Club GEORGE HILL ................ . .... .... .......... . . . ....... Prusidmt RUTH MCILVENNA . . .... . . . .ViL'L"IJl'0.Yidt'lIff HELEN HIEBER .. ......,.........,... . . ..... ..... . S'z'crvlary-Trcaszuw' The Mathematics Club was organized in 1911 under the supervision of Prof. E. R. Sleight. The purpose of the club is to give the members a broader knowledge of Mathematics from the standpoint of the teacher and to acquaint them with certain phases of the Mathematical Science. Membership in the club is limited to those who have completed two years of Mathematics with at least a "BH average and are majoring in the department with the intent of teaching Mathematics. Page One H111 Raymond Bowers Allene Day Clare Gray VVilliam Harris Eugene Houck Elizabeth Ludington idrcd Fifty-four MEMBERS Prof. E. R. Sleight Mr. Watsoii Davis Annamarie Garlanger Marvin Pahl Thelma Raidle Dorotha Sampson Grace Ulbright Alberta Wocliliolz Lawrence Wylie Grames, Cole, Gray, Richard, Maples, Brockway Philosophy Club JOSEPHINE RICHARD .. . . . . . . , . . . .. .............. ............ P resident AIICPIIE BAHM ..... . . ........ .I7ice-President FRANK COLE . . . .......... . .... . . .b ........ . . .... 4 .... Secretary-Treasurer . The Philosophy Club, composed of not more than iifteen student members in the philosophy department interested in philosophical questions and personal atti- tude, was organized in 1927 with nine student members and two faculty members. It is the purpose of the club to arouse an interest in philosophical questions on the part of- the student body in general by bringing eminent speakers to the campus each year? Thus far Dr. VV ill Durant, popular philosopher and lecturer, and Dr. Roy Wood Sellars, philosopher and lecturer and head of the philosophy depart- ment of the University of Michigan, have been speakers on the campus under the auspices of the club. ' Dean Robert Williaiiis acts as faculty advisor and Dr. Royal G. Hall is an honorary member of the Club. MEMBERS Dean Robert Williams Dr. Royal G. Hall Bradford Brockway . Lucille Gramesr ' Katherine Bullen Josephine Gray 'Sanford Cooper Ouidabon Henry Joyce Maples I Page one Hum1redlFfffy-,sw Wylie, Hadley, Bowers, Fritz, Scribner, German, Klotz Foley, McCarty, Kingsley, Main, Redding, Merrick, Cliffton Pronger, Prof.Rood, Campbell, Lyday, Rood, Mr. Spencer, McDowell Physical Research Club GRAHAM LYDAY ...................... ...... . .... Preszdent CLAYTON COULTER .......... Vrrc-Preszdcnt KATHERINE Roon ........ . ........... , .... , ........ .Secretary-Treavu1e1 l' he Physical Research Club is limited to department instructors 'md students who have completed two semesters of college physics and who are pursuing advanced work in the department. The purpose of the club is to keep its members in touch with the progress 'md discoveries being made in the physical laboratories of the world Harold Arney Raymond Bowers Alice Campbell Clayton Coulter Robert Cliffton James Densmore Frank Dean Raymond Foley William Fritz Kenneth Hadley Richard Hilbert John Klotz Graham Lyday Page One Hundred Fifty-.six MEMBERS Prof. Clement E. Rood Mr. Raymond G. Spencer Douglas McDowell james Main ,- Kleber Merrick Stanley Penzotti Irving Pronger john Redding William Robinson Katherine Rood Leonard Scribner Lawrence Wylie Norman McCarty Robert German Patil Kingsley ' Mann, Andrews Abramson, Vincent Brockway, Leech, Ludke, McDowell, Spiegel Huckle, Field, Dr. Gilbert, Schott Sociedad Hispanica Howxxiun Fnzmi .................................... ......... P resident VIRGINIA FUl.1.1aR .,.. Ifico-Pixar-idmit BEATRICE I-Il.1cicr.ia .. ..,...... .. ....... Secretary HAROLD SPIEGIEI. .,.....................................,...... T1-easurer The Spanish Club was organized in 1921 for the purpose of becoming more familiar and sympathetic with the people of the Spanish speaking world, Spain and South Americag and of becoming more proficient in the practice of their language in conversation. Monthly meetings are carried on in Spanish, featuring Spanish songs, games, and dishes. Men who have been in these lands talk on the culture, literature, customs and history from their personal experiences, Membership in the club is restricted to those averaging at least "B" in' ad- vanced Spanish conrses. Candidates are selected by the affiliation committee. MEMBERS Dr. Donald Gilbert Mr. Blake Crider Mrs. Donald Gilbert Miss Beatrice Bird Hannah Abramsen Louis McDowell Bradford Brockway Amy Mann Mary Jane Capper Michael Palermo Irving Eller Esther Schott Beatrice Huckle Mary Seaton Priscilla Kellogg Dorothy Stophlet Dorothy Leech Nola Vincent Ioyc June Ludkc Ruth VV ood Gwendolyn Andrews Page One Hundred Fifty-seven ' ,N--,,.,.,,-.4 eb: 1 rj - A if ' ,A- F r 4 f A I Ia- tg J N I .. '1 . ji: .AJ-f ,rp - If ,W ,, ,, ,RTX Sight- 'Plus My + ' A C u Y f i 'W ' C J , rf' Q . 1 ". . ,X xg.. -1 .. x Q x HQPF5 Vx,qr,f f,Z5m,ze ,2 , R, ' .5 N: ll, Wh oofre G :Ti-5"ifif" 'N"'K i :I ' w 1 '1' - 1 " ' . L , I., -4.1 u'l.14.::,a In- 5535 1 -, .P ..f..-'.Af5..:1,!f'L Page One Hundred Fifty-eight I jfraternities XVZllWOI'll1, Harmon, Howes, Sleight, Wfalkley lSlizz1lJctl1Young, Neller, Fullcr, EsthcrYoung, Sltoults Panhellenic Council Vmrzmm FULLER .... Pravidvnf JANE blflouurs .... .... , S'aw-eiarg' Esnircu YOUNG ...Trf-ann-cr The l3EIlIlllCllCI1lC Council consists of two representatives from each sorority, with the presidents and alumni advisors as ex ofhcio members. Since it was organized in 1917 the Council has sponsored an intersorority banquet each year. The principal duties of the Council are to regulate sorority activities and the rushing of the pledges. MEMBERS .fllfrlza Chi f.7'lI1l"!jlI Cliionirm Margaret Sleight Bernice VValk1cy liliznbcth Young Phyllis W'alworth .fllfvlzrz .Yi llvlla- Dvliia Gmzinla Virginia Fuller Esther Young Florence Howes Dorothy Neller Kafvfvzz Delia- Iane Shoults Elizabeth Harmon Page One Hundred Sixty-ofze W. if? V. l 'A fj1.,13 l 5- le Y. gm F .. 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XVeisenlJerg, Tackcls Page One Hundred Sixty-Iwo 1 T l y Alpha Chi Omega FOUNDED AT DEPAUW 'UN1v1s1:s1TY, GREENCASTLE, INDIANA, 1883 .BETA CHAPTER-Establisllecl 1887 Cotottsz Scarlet and Olive Green ' FIONVER RedCafrua1'ion PUBLICATION: "The FACULTY MEMBERS Clarissa Stewart Carla Kennedy ACTIVE MEMBERS Margaret Sleight, '29 Mary Lou Kennedy, '29 Kathleen White, '29 Edith Van Camp, '29 I-Iarriette Davey, '29 Josephine Richard, '29 Eleanor Rupright, '29 Dorothy Lockwood, '30 Alberta Vlfochholz, '30 Virginia Greenfield, '30 Clara Rogers, '30 Josephine Gale, '30 Elizabeth Young, '30 Dm-my Ben, '30 Electa Gilbert, '30 Helen Brown, '31 Phyllis Gregory, '32 Marion Baldwin, '32 Hulda Richards, '32 PLEDGES Minerva Richards, '30 Alice Cooper, '30 Hortense Guilford, '30 Margaret Steidle, '30 Katherine Rood, '30 Margaret O'Connor, '31 Kathleen Finch, '31 Lucille Black, '31 Helen Sue Eyster, '31 Geraldine Snelling, '31 Elizabeth Dibble, '31 Margaret VVay, '31 Virginia Smith, '32 Georgia Young, '32 Eileen Weiseiiloerg, '32 Margaret Tackles, '32 Dorothy Stophlet, '32 Martha Shively, '32 Janette Head, '32 Marian Lewis , Lyre' Page One Hundred Sixty-tlzre x n. , ji- ,145-. 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EV 913' 5 A ' n L i 5 .e , f S f 'ifli A 'fsfgj :D 49" sf V3 - -,' '11-52' ' sl P Nil ' N - o ' . ' z '. , N 5 . an -" ""- "K, ffm -- x 1 1 " Y - z Q Y .N ' R , V Q5 " I .pf , W lv' , 21- N 1, 4- 'S j : n 1 - A ' . gr n ' 'W ! ' 5 " 91-QS -' , ' ' Y ' '55 , ' , fx Y' 14 5 !w '?7.f", k .f I : 2 D ' 'W - ' ' '. J i W ' W ' . 1 1' T V Af, We i .Y , , . , , Condon Frevcrt McAuliffe Hucklu Fuller -Hoyvcs L. Halliday Grabowsky McCall Iloaglin Ludlcc Ulhrxght Spain Ludington Sznnson McC1-ca Eggers V Bray B 11 T !I?? Vilw Wigs? 1 es 1'lXOIl u yrc . n It ny ar ' G. Simpson Bloynes F. Smith S. Simpson XVhiton' Clmcscmun FitzGem1Ll Page One Hundred Sixtyfaur x ... ., 2 '- I " ., 1 ,, ' N xl , I . .vi - . V, VA '11 '- - ' ', 1,5 ' - , glli fvi 5 ', aSR',!L':A'f,,1'p:H.b 45 W 1 sa ififfff X sql' J'-'H le, 1.1, 4,.. D-rf fx ,ul pi if I' gl 2-wwnmmmnmi if lib' ' X 'Vw' 7- qqsiwxq' 21 I x ' . ' 'R "QW Lui"-'W -,. .six 1"'3'.i'f' - gQJf'g!Ll X!! 4' M. in ,Ji i' ' 1,2 -gg' 71? -'fr " E 1 .I i -1 jv 1, . fd T, 1 1' 5 Hryji' 3 'I' 'X 'f ,. Q1 1' 'Fm-A, X 1.1. .1 1 ., 1- if lt -4 :fa 1 2 - 1 Q 1 ,,.: ' 1 -1 - ---- -. I, m nf, ui ' -L. -4 -1 ff if-qgrffiz' 1 1 I - - ---f --.. . 'E 'f -1, , ' " ' rt ' r , , fflia -. , -. - I -' H, ,.fi1"1'Z 1.-2" -.lf : ., " . M 1 F ' 11,1 " f - . .1 5. wig ' gg: f,15.n..r.s! Y I ' , l '-'-'-:gg 1- ,law ev-.fga-,. 3.2-b-,JM - 3. Alpha Xi Delta FOUNDHD AT LOMBARD- COLLEGE, GALIESBURG, ILLINOIS, 1893 P1311 CIIAP'I'ER-E.5'fEl.lJ1lSl'lCd 1915 COLORS! Double Blue and Gold Tloniiz Pink Roxe ' PUBLICATIONI "Alpha Y1De1fn ACTIVE MEMBERS Mildred Frevert, '29 Virginia Fuller, '29 Beatrice Huckle, '29 Norine McAuliffe, '29 Esther Grabowski, '30 Bernadette Condon, '30 I-lelen Davis, '30 Lyclian Halliday, '30 Esther lrloaglin, '30 Florence Howes, '30 Joye june Luclke. '30 Mary McCall, '30 Elizabeth Vlfinlield, '31 Elizalneth L11Cllll0't0ll, '30 Olive McCrea, '30 Dorotha Samnson, '30 Vlfilcla Spain, '30 Alexandra Brail, '32 Mary Helen Tyre, '32 Grace Ulbright, '30 Virginia Bray, '31 Elizabeth Bull, '31 Louise Clark, '31 Natalene Halliday, '31 Katherine Keller, '31 Isabel McVicar, '31 Dorothea Niles, '31 Madeline Nixon, '31 Laura Rogers, '31 Dorothy Tillstrom, '31 Ella VVhiton, '31 Helen Clieeseman, '32 Eleanor Fitz Gerald, '32 Margaret Moynes. '32 Glaclvs Simpson, '32 Shirley Simpson, '32 Florence Smith, '32 Page One Hundred Suty five w' ,,,, I ,L b "QI l ui' .Av , mjgffga -l " ' .. ,Q . .mshvis K 'N xx 4 .N CL .62 S' l w x , . .m . " Q - , .7 Q l ' Ei " ' ' ' ' , ,1,f:.r K 'J ' 'X Gifs Y ,- 5' . , f N- ,' A Minn, 'fr f ' -1 i. - yy' , i . ., . V-v riffffgf G3-iii, , -, .,'3'iv' 1.1 E X, .. . . -I - ,-: r l ' .f L l figzilrhz' .". I . i' .. 7 Ji il-w. - 1- M., Q 'Ti i , ,B -Leif? 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Nichols Brown Schott Neller Q Leech Young llou choldu Andrews Seaton Tamblyn Cross Mercer Bullrn Baxter Stiefcl Butler Pollock Vincent Deming VVilson' A Harrison Eaton M xywnml Decker Messner Purdy XVeiclgenant Mason Brocklelmnk ll u lb Robinson Lypps VValkcr Nugent Mnlhollzunl Baldwin R nrcl Sylvester Millu Page One Hundred S1'.x-ty-six l Delta Gamma FOUNDIED AT XfVA1zn1aN 1Ns'r1'ruTr:, QDXFORD, Mississippi, 1872 ZETA CI-IAFTER-Establishecl 1883 Counzs: Brnnsv, Pink mm' Blur' llowln C'1'ca-nz-Rosa PUBLICATION: ":lncIzorn" FACULTY MEMBER Audrey K. Wilder ACTIVE MEMBERS Gwendolyn Andrews, '29 Mary Brown, '29 Katherine Bullen, '29 Eleanor Householder, Dorothy Leech, '29 Margaret Mercer, '29 Dorothy Neller, '29 Vera, Nichols, '29 Esther Schott, '29 Mary Tamblyn, '29 Esther Young, '29 Dorothy Baxter. '30 Marjorie Cross, '30 Margaret Purdy, '30 ,Tane XVeiclgenant, '30 Ruth Arforcl. '31 Olive Broclclebank, '31 Grace Mcssner, '31 Marian Sylvester, '31 Mary Ella Decker, '31 '29 PLEDGES Kathleen Ewbank. '30 Cecile Pollock, '30 Mary Seaton, '30 Nola Vincent, '30 Helen Butler, '31 Marion Davis, '31 Dorothy Deming, '31 Elsie Eaton, '31 Harriette Fox, '31 Margaret Jean Harrison, '31 Irma Mason, '31 Marion Stiefel, '31 Doris VVilson, '31 Ruth Baird, '32 Laura Bertram, '32 Marian Lypps, '32 Geraldine Miller, '32 Margaret Mulholland, '32 Helen Nugent, '32 Catherine Robinson, '32 Katherine Wfalker, '32 Page One Hundred Si.vfy-seven Q H N, l l l 1 1 7 If i2 " ,eff , f -ggil 1lixWLN45j-i 'Gail gt -1- ML. : rg, l 1' A lx . x' 1 5 " , ' i Z l ' 5 !5E::::'::E" if 'X .f '51 1 -. gig 1 1 ' 1 l 4. l Liv , 'Q 'S' " N' C- 1 E ,1 l .l. aG,,1 f 1 1 1 I J If Bl 1 W . .1 ' x - 'fir- ' NI' l 2 ' ll ll -- 1 ' ' ' ' ' f x"lf ., A fi V BF, 1 1 l 1 Ei l 1 7' 1 1 - 1 il . l Q7 ' f L 1 , A 1- , -1711111 an 1 1' in L M0 l1fi,1x::,vf1 1 1' 1 1 , , If , , 1 i B ' f , A Mg-1, Y 'fr' ' - . ' x 1 1 1 . -1 1 I, K 1 , xx ll, l I l i. -l-. Gray Lindsay Link Slmults A Nash ll:u'm.:m Wing Arher Brown NVebster Raidle Mcllvcnnn Pcurcc Spring Fleming G. Gray ' J. Tllompson Aln'an1scn li. Gram llilcs Ul'1'lF0ll Pearce Iiallawl Lewis Eastcml Peck Al. 'I'l1umpson Yntcs llarhyte Adair King Hill Slmmzlkcr iiwigg 'l'honms E. Green Olclllum Woulon Blend Eaton Clxristian Metcalf Lewis l linlclc Luther Page One Hundred Sing'-ciglxt Kappa Delta FOUNDI D AT XPIRGINIA S'1'A'rls NORMAL Co13.L1zGE, FENNVILLE, VIRGINIA 1897 SIGMA P1 CHAFTER-EStZ1bl1S1l6Cl 1923 COLORS! Olive Green' and Uflzitc FLOWER lVlzilc Rose PUBLICATIQN: "The flngclns Helen Bilcs, '29 Josephine Gray, '29 Grace Lindsay, '29 Ruth Mcllvenna, '29 Frances Morrison. '29 Margaret Nash, '29 Ruth Pearce, '29 Thelma Raidle, '29 Jane Shoults, '29 Frances Spring, '29 Helen Welaster, '29 liunella VVing, '29 Marian Mitchell. '30 Ellen Munro, '30 Evelyn Ballard, '31 Gwendolyn Eaton, '31 Eileen Green, '31 Maxine Gregg, '31 Hilda McLean, '31 Elizabeth Mead, '31 Lncile Oldham, '31 Jane PI1I'K1CC, '31 Joyce Tl1Ol11DSOll, '31 Mary Barhyte, '32 Lenore Christian, '32 FACULTY MEMBER Annie Dean ACTIVE MEMBERS PLEDGES Hannah Abramsen, '30 Helen Fleming, '30 Harriet Kingsley, '30 Margaret VVooton, '30 Mary Adair, '31 Elta Arber, '31 Georgia Gray, '31 Frances Greene, '31 Elizabeth Harmon, '31 Hildegarde Link, '31 Mary Thompson, '31 Hilda Eastcott, '32 Phyllis Fuhry, '32 Dorothy Hill, '32 Helen Hinckle, '32 Isabel Jenkins, '32 Dorothy King, '32 Barbara Lewis, '32 Margaret Luther, '32 Elizabeth Metcalf, '32 Mildred Pearce, '32 Dorothy Peck, '32 Edith Steiner, '32 Louise Shumaker, '32 Flora Thomas, '32 Pearl Yates, '32 Page One Hundred Suty nine X ll yz J, 1' r l f L L-Y 1 1 T V ' 1-'ZH .:f. tu r ,572 xx 5,4-gl ,z ..., ,xl . 'fl " A" als. 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Llnrlc Page One Hundred Seventy FOUNDED AT Helen Benedict, '29 Ruth Burch, '29 Mary June Capper, '29 Marian Carlisle, '29 Ruth Douglas, '29 Lucy Leng, '29 Amy Mann, '29 Bernice Wallcley, '29 Edith Cook. '30 Alene Day, '30 Eldora Clark, '31 Edith Johnson, '31 Doris Alger, '32 Alice Bird, '32 Clionian .ALBION 1913. REORGANIZED IN 1923 COLORS: Yellow and lfVliiIe FLOWER! Narcissus ACTIVE MEMBERS Annamarie Garlanger, '30 Carol Hart, '30, Ethel Kennedy, '30 Doris Ritter, '30 Phyllis Walworth, '30 Altha Kidder, '31 VVanda Lear, '31 Marian Lindsay, '31 Alice Maurer, '31 Georgia Miller, '31 PLEDGES Doretha Clark, '32 Thelma Cooper, '32 Dorothea Lombard, '32 Marian Thornton, '32 Margaret Reed, '32 Page One Hundred Seventy-one A I PM Cl7f' OI'I'I9gQ v V io niqn A ' elfo Giim 45Q I M w , QQ. Y . - , me , , , V rg nf, - 555 'T ' ' ' , ' ' 1 w fKdPP"Q'De1Jf5 A Z BENQ 'Bron1ley, Bergman, Brockway, Bowers, Lyon, Elliott Tceter, Howes, Camburn, Hill, Koether. Curtis Interfraternity Council PAUL. CAMHURN . . . ..., . ........... President HUM nu 1'-lowlcs . . ....... . Vice-Prcsxdcnt Glcourm HILL ........ . ........ , ..... Secrotary-Treu.v11rnr The Interfraternity Council, consisting of two representatives from each of the fraternities, regulates the affairs of the fraternity groups on the campus, especially in regard to the pledging of freshmen. Each year it sponsors an interfraternity banquet. fllfrlm Tau, Omega Paul Czunburn Phil Curtis Delta, Sigma Phi George Hill Homer Howes Della Tau Della Bernard Koether Theodore Bergman MEMBERS Sigma Chi Bradford Brockway Howard Teeter Sigma Nu John Bromley Elbert Elliott Tau Kappa Epsilon Norman Lyon Ray Bowers Page One Hundred Seventy-three rf 7 Jw . 'rrigfzfsy 'lf' " . rf- J V ' 4. .- w, -6 ,-. ' . -.IV V X . . 4, ,1- . -Q VF, - 1' f.'!f.Ei :, V-.. - 7 . l 1 f-'1-N7 V V. , A I l l Q i A. 1, ' "',j.,.5.', as ly , 2... lives.. ' if I 6- Q l x l fi x ,J ' l . . Qi W F. i I lriiljf V l K fl I . f I i s. 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Rice WVnltcrs Cannon Nellcv Clement Page One Hundred Sezfclzty-four Alpha Tau Omega FOUNDIQD .AT VTIRGINIA 1V1II.l'1'ARY 1Ns'rI'rUTI5, RICHMOND, X7IRGIN1A, 1865 BETA OMICRON CHAVrizu-Estalnlisliecl 1889 COLORS: Sky Blue und Old Gold F LOWIQR: While Tm Rose PUIzI.I'cA'rIoN: "Thu Palm" FACULTY MEMBERS ' Edwin R. Slcight Blake Crider H. Fred Parker 'WDeceased ACTIVE MEMBERS VV alter Leeds, '30 Gralizun Lyday, '30 Douglas McDowell, '30 Aaron Barry, '31 Harry Curtis, '31 James Densmore, '31 Harold Field, '31 , Harold johnson, '31 Joseph Lyday, '31 WVilliam Liglitbody, '31 Louis McDowell, '31 Clark Royer, '31 Stayton Todd, '31 Paul Kingsley, '30 , Russell Troutnian, '31 Douglas W'ashburne, '31 WVi1li:1m Brown, '29 Lawrence Immusclu, '29 Sherman Lawton, '29 Bruce- Taylor, '29 Edmund V:1nBuski1'k, '29 Paul Camburn, '30 ""N0l'l1'lZ1ll' Campbell, '30 A. C. Collins, '30 Clayton Coulter, '30 Philip Curtis, '30 Floyd Densmore, '30 Wfllalph Doolittle, '30 john Fl2ll1llCl'S, '30 PLEDGES Edward I-lenderson, '30 john Brandle, '32 Jack Cannon, '32 Russell Clement, '32 Smith Hopkins, '32 Edwin Meader, '32 John Neller, '32 Robert Rice, '32 W'illiam Rice, '32 Milton Taup, '32 Charles Roebm, '32 Fred XV alters, '32 Robert Wfesley, '32 Page One Hundred Se-uenlyafive M. 1 1 " ' " ' 135r Til - iff" 1 1 .- 'N ,-21, 1 'M 1 l 5 I -1' 'mls . ' lt 1f " ' X121 - Y' ' 1 " ' ,' ' 1'- xv 1 fi -:LY 14 f . 5-1, . " .J , 'le 1 l 9- 1 L I 1 N l X X X . xvg g ll I I X 4 ,A I .v,,..x WK " Eff gn,- if 1. .14 1 , 1 u V 1 . . , , lib- if 1-- .-,,, 1: ix, , .L - 7' '., ' 1 1 1 1 i P119 Y A 1 l 4 -rpg 111i 'A 1' M V 4151 7 l v ii! 1 e 1 f- 'l 1 1 . .. -1 Y- -1 ---r., . iisffl I A I 1 l F f Aw.. NQQ1. -'f' I - ' t . 1 4 if 1 1 - ' V F 1 "'h-IL' I.1"'w.- F ' fu Ill '1 jr ,, r 7151! V mul, 111955, 15Vf?1W ' 1 1 f .I .A 4- ' Y- L.- .. :11 . 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'11 Y N3 ," 5.1 C51 xi -1 1 , ,Xml Maywongl, D.Culvc1', llill, Gilbert, Higley, x1V.l'l0Sl1fll, Hc1'rifl', l-JZUIIIIIOII. .'xlll.lC!'SOI'l, VVilli:xms, llcxwcs, Zcmmcr, ,lack Ellxult, XVny, McConnell, l'la1'gur, Wficfllea, Phelps, Clillftrm, Lzxtla, Fink, Pccklmm, Moyer, Rcclrling, Childs Brown, VV'.Culver, Nieman, Cm'nex'on, Shrock, Green, Lyon, Gilmorc, Merrick, Avery, I'..ll0Slml, O'Slmughncssy james Elliott, Preston Page One Hundred Seventy-six "-1 A p Delta Sigma Phi E' 3 Halas" f 'f fli'X l'OUXlDLlJ xi COIIIQI oi 1111, Cui oi XILVXIOP 1899.5 V .ALPHA TAU CI-IAP'l'liR-iESl1E1lJllSl"lCCl 1917 ' COLORS: Nile GITN1 mid W'l1ilr 1 Lownlc White Carnulimz Pum.1cA1'1oN: "T - .Ar FA CULTY M BER W. VVhitcomb Xlfhitehouse wgglrhicllcigli Culver '29 Clarence Danimon 29 Lawrence Gilbert '29 George Hill '29 Richard Higley '29 Ames Maywood '29 David Anderson '30 Jack Elliott '30 Dean Herriff '30 VVa1ter Hoshal '30 Homer Howes '30 Douglas I-larger '30 .-3. , i. Ernest Brown '31 Vlfallace Cameron '31 Elton Moyer '31 Kleber Merrick '31 Harvey Nieman '31 Morris Peckham '31 Charles Avery '32 Charles Cassidy '32 ACTIVE MEMBERS Clare YfVeidlea '31 PLED GRS 1Vayne,1Vay '30 Leslie VVillia1ns '30 Adgan-Zemmer '30 Joselili Childs '31 Robert Cliffton "31 W'ayne Culver '31 Charles Fink '31 Charles Latta '31 Olen McConnell '31 Girard Miller '31 , Ralph Phelps '31 john Redding '31 James Elliott '32 Everett Gilmore '32 Jack Green '32 Lavern Hoshal '32 Gerald Lyon '32 lzr Carnrzlion Lytton O'Shaughnessy '32 Richard Preston '32 Jack Shrock '32 Page One Hundred Scveniy-seven 1 , Y , , , , 111A , ' ff-A ' I . V " Q-fi QQ- grew 1 ,. ' , ,i ,Y . :M . , A 1 1 1 1 yy I gf , - 'N . 3 5 k- X V W 5, 'Egg'-1-5 -A , . H , , fx' vw, ' ' , ' ' A f'1:. Q4f V ' ' " E N f ' 1321.3 ' - 'llifffx i M Q + , , . ' - "3 'Q , - ' .4 7 1 rg A' H Ak K H :-, ., . ' , f ' ' , , b J? 8 fl? ,, K L ' ' ' s Q .- 'i1",,. 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' ' A w 1-52? 1 A ,ff H f- A Q W ,hr Im , 1 H, A ,Y,,Y A--N A W E-A , I I V ' ... . , ' , , , , Y " .. , 1.4 g.,..,1,'5. fa.- G. Kocthcr, Felton. Il. liocther, Stcvcrmnq. Cooper, I-Iarpcr, Carlsnuw, llcrgmzm, Baldwin, Guilc, xlCClln0Qll, Vnzxllance, McCarty. Bzgilcy, Andrew:-a, SIlC1'll,lZlll, juhnsoxrx, Manish, jeifcrson, llagcu, Miller, Yuungs. Currm, Hemcrick. Stark. HNH. Riclmrfls, Dcnnmu, xwilllgh, Fltch, Ixzme, Tluferl, Schrmnm, llcsserl, lllzxir, T,ilViS Page One I-Iundrcd 5'emr1xty-giglzt Delta Tau Delta FOUNDIZD AT 'B1s'1'1-1 ANY CoL1,IsG1s, BETHANY, VVEST VIRGINIA, 1859 121'sn.oN CuixPT1s11-Established 1876 COLORS: Purlvlc and Gold FIOWER Pmwy PUBLICATION: "The Rambow ACTIVE MEMBERS Sanford Cooper, '29 Bernard Koether, '29 George Koether, '29 Ralph Pelton, '29 Thomas Steverman, '29 Charles Baldwin, '30 Theodore Bergman, '30 Edward Carlson, '30 I Gurdon Guile. '30 Homer Harper, '30 she,-wood wings, '29 John Barron, '31 Clarence Bessert, '31 Donald Davis, '31 Harley Hagen, '31 F rank Patee, '31 Richard Peckham, '31 VVayne Richards, '31 Ora Vlfaugh, '31 Sidney Blair, '32 PLEDGES Robert Jefferson, '30 George Andrews, '31 Vincent Bailey, '31 Floyd johnson, '31 Norman McCarty, '31 Robert McCulloch, '31 Williain Marsh, '31 Leonard Scribner, '31 James Sheridan, '31 john Vallance, '31 Vxfilliarn Denman, '32 Harry Fitch, '32 Edwin Griffin, '32 Fred Henieriek, '32 Adelbert Hulf, '32 Richard Judd, '32 Stanley Kane, '32 G6i'don Miller, '32 I Kenneth Patterson, '32 Nchard Stark, '32 Kenneth Young, '32 Page One Hundred Seventy mne .a22m,fQQ+ ", Y 1m?v V U, - A F W N, . 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'ri - - - ' ai ' ' 5 EN 1 1 IL ' 'TN ' 1 I -LJ 11' 1' mfs'11 T 1J 1 ' 11 - 1w F 111' 1 Q Y , , gf 1 1 1 , 1 1, xi - 1 1 Q is, 1 E 'G 1 1 1 111 1 1 Y- ' ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 -1 12 ' , " . f 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 +1 1 -- IQ " I 172' X ir 1 11 I Y - . , ' Q i,f:L':T"3'i "ij ig: 1fF5T:f"'i.' - ,123 A 1' ':'f3'11'ftgi:frg,,l.3i:1:rft-1: ' , f'::t:tr:L-1-1511: Lynn Bartiett, Houck, Teetcr. Billings, Hartung, Lee'HartI'lt, Brockway, Nutt, vilalzcll, Kalb, Black, Gullmrder, Hadley, Manning, Pmegar, Newcomb, Bradley Protsman, Nixon, Dimoml, Dean, M, Sniith, J.Sm1th, Robinson, Whit Icy, Ebert, Wadsworth, Gwinn, Barry, Anderson, O.Hitcj1cock, Cory, Arncy, Flood, Lnnrg, Monnloc, Arnold, Gardner, Betteridge, DeBocr, VVat5on, Muck, D.H1tcl1cock, Rlfllllgcf, Medlyn, Seagley, l'0:lCl' Page One Hundred Eighty Sigma Chi FOUNDED' AT 1VlIAMI UiN1vERs1'rY, OXFORD, GI-IIO, 1855 r'Xl.I'HA P1 C111.AMIQR-Establisliecl 1886 Cowes: Blue and Gold 1'LOW1.R While Rose PUBLICATION: "Magazine of Sigma, zz ACTIVE MEMBERS Lee Bartlett. '29 Lynn Bartlett, '29 Lawrence Billings, '29 Bradford Brockway, '29 Clarence I-Iartung, '29 Eugene Houck, '29 ' Leon Manning, '29 Howard Teeter, '29 Harold Arney, '30 Robert Black, '30 Howard Bradley, '30 Wilsoll Dalzell, '30 Kenneth Hadley, '30 Robert Beattie, '30 Zack Foster, '31 Kenneth WVadsworth, '31 Karl VVatson, '31 Morton Anderson. '32 Jason Arnold, '32 Jack Barry, '32 Harry Betteridgc, Max Brown, '32 Duane Cory, '32 Max DeBoer, '32 Robert Dimond, '32 George Egbert, '32 '32 PLEDGES Robert Yeagley, '32 John Kalb, '30 Charles Newcomb, '30 Blaine Nutt, '30 Frank Dean, '31 Sterling Dockson, '31 VV ard Gullander, '31 Lawrence Nixon, '31 Fred Pinegar, '31 George Protsman, '31 William Robinson, '31 James Smith, '31 Mahlon Smith, '31 Bernard Vifhitley, '31 John Flood, '32 Richard Foster, '32 lVisner Galbreth, '32 Arthur Gardner, '32 Tompkins Gwinn, '32 Donald Hitchcock, '32 Oren Hitchcock, '32 Lawrence Kittinger, '32 Earl Laing, '32 Robert Laity, '32 Robert Medlyn, '32 Charles Monroe, '32 Lucien Muck, '32 Lawrence Osmun, '32 George VV inter, '32 Page One Hundred Eighty one l il V' 1 ' ' . lg Q. A f f" 1.fp 7' 5 ,. my 2 'fdfvfl W7 -.Milgii l -ll.:-,slr :QA ,f'jL!"9 l y ' ,F " I l 'f- 'FUI . '1 l J .11- gwl, QV? A V ' ' 4 . 3.3. llll l , M 4 l. .I ' Lf, 5. 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Nolte, McCall, jones, Dcnsmoru, Rcnkluwncz Page Om' Hnggdzjed Eiglzfy-twp Sigma Nu I oumiizn Nr Viiznixu M1L1'1'A1w INS'1'1'1'U'l'E, RICHMOND, XCIRGINIA 1869 GixMM,x Gixn'iMA CHAI"1'ER-135lI21iJl1S1'lCCl 1895 Co1..ons: Black, l'Vlzilf and Gold IIUNXIR While Rom' ' PL7Bl.lCA'l'IONZ "lla Delta ACTIVE MEMBERS Harvey Biggs, '29 VVilliam Blanding, '29 john Bromley, '29 Frank Cole, '29 .Erwin Collins, '29 Joe Fleming, '29 james Galloway. '29 Leonard Hoag, '29 Leslie Lee, '29 john Ludwig, '29 Michael Palermo, '29 Lawrence Wliseman, '29 'Edwin 'Bartlcth '30 'Gilbert Banr, '30 RXISSQII Bradshaw, '30 Swisiawm Danyiizyn, 'so Brfltli Gray, '31 Alek Ubgd, '31 Willat' iingsbury, '31 Jahieh hhkicwicz, '31 John Sbrillgnian, '31 PLEDGES Melbourne Button, '30 Elbert Elliott, '33 Phillips Hembdt, '30 Lawrence Mitchell, '30 Stanley Penzotti, '30 W'i11ia1n, Pitkin, '30 james Purdy, '30 Lloyd Richards. '30 W'inston Schuler, '30 Lucien VValworth, '30 Carl Beeman, '31 Hugh Clancy, '31 Edward Dale, '31 Carl Mingst, '31 VVcs1ey Van Camp, '31 Richard Densinorc, '32 Earl Huckle, '32 Edgar Jones, '32 Milton Kay, '32 Duane McCall, '32 VValter Nolte, '32 Byron' Reynolds. '32 Page One Hundred Eighty tluce -A x ix ' l ,. ,I Q.. A ,ffl va : QQ Q A Q Q Lf , 3 ' 5 1 '13 Q ' ' 1. 1, 1 , ,I 'fi -X," lvfl' I vp " .-T x l,..3::.-52,5 ' " ' r ma lfs f 1 Mg ,J 4' ' ' QQ ,JT LQ' QQ 'W f ll fl A 'Til . Q .,, v , , . w rf . W " '2 '- , Q Q Q ' 7 Q " Q 3, .Q + 'L " ffm' 'V X K ' ,. Q, Q hx ,L .fl ,- QQQQQQQQ ' QQ Q QQQKMQQQ, . i Q, Q l. Q I 525,-24, Qi. LQ, .N .M I :A -Y Eilf klv' l lf: 4 59 . 4 - Q Q. - -Q. 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Smith, Anderson, Baker, Stephens, Las well, Chaplin, Cullum, Ellcr, Ellinger, Foley, Fritz, QIyI'olcomh, Iorreg, McCmckqn, Murr71y,QNash, Scovillc, Amhlgr Applcyarcl, Boyden, Bush, Gregg, NX-'alter Johnson, xNvlllJl1l'J0llIlSO!1, O'Rourkc, Sheehan, Skinner, M.Sn1ith, XVolfe Page One H-uudrea' Eighty-four Tau Kappa Epsilon 1 S99 FOUNDLD AT lLT'.1'NO'IS VV1zsr.1zY,xN UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS, OMEGA CI-1AFTER-Establislxecl 1927 COLORS: Clzerry and Grey ILOWIR R011 Carnalion Ray Bowers '29 Herbert Helmkznnp '29 Roy Johns '29 Norman Lyon '29 john Mzxrvin '20 JZIITICS Russell '29 l-1lXVl'L'l1CC 'Nylie '29 Ernest Anderson '30 l'l'0W2ll'Kl lffielcl '30 Ray M1ll'liCl '30 'Lloyd Smith '30 Vlfesley Bulcer '30 I-Iarolcl Caswell '31 Mark Chaplin '31 Benjzmmin Murray '31 Fred Ambler '32 Edwin Applcyard '32 Marcus Boyclen '32 Ffillllillll Bush '32 ACTIVE MEMBERS Victor Scoville '31 PLIEDGES PUm,rcA'r1oN: "The Trice Rupert Stephens '30 Robert Cullum '31 Irving Eller '31 Clifton Ellinger '31 Ray Foley '31 William Fritz '31 Wfinslow Holcomb '31 Francis Jones '31 Don McCracken '31 Gordon Nash '31 Riclvard Rogers '31 Thomas Gregg '32 x'VElllICI' Iohnson '32 VVilbur Johnson '32 Albert O'Ronrke '32 Harry Sheellan '32 Neil Skinner '32 Mereclitll Smith '32 Daryle VVolfc '32 Page Ona H1lI1f1I'Bd Eiglzty'fi'u2 21 n 3 F .Eqidppgfkgllon I elif? 7651! Uefzla y v29'7'd Ml W H?1E2 2'ft5' , ' A .- A M ...I 5, lff f ' ,V 1 Kill A Sigmd Ubi 6 Z ZLG Szgmd MZ' Alpha Tau Umew mix ,V M nlwlvlf K M RE LI GIOUS ORGANIZATIONS C5 T h 1' , I J? r N 5 A ,Em am ,. " Ugly Q YW ,L "?' HMM ' 552-'Y - I if ' 1 1 ,rl V E 1 A ' N v A I ? 1 ' - X ' - "J,-. XVilson, Young, Dodge, Tefit Black, Gramcs, Young, Pearce, Ballard Guilford, Steidlc, Parsons, hVEllWOl'tll, Clancy Young Women's Christian Association RUTH Pfxusoxs ...............,...........,.................. President PHYLLIS WA1.woR'rH .... Ifira-11re.vidm,1- LOUISE CLANCY ..... ..................... . S'ccnrtary TVIARGARET Sriaimnz ...................... Trvaszrrwr I'IOR'I'lENSlE GUILFORD .... ....... ..... U n11'v1'gn'rd1uzhr Rr'prr.rr11lnfir'v 'KTO aid in the establishment of dehnite and vital contacts between students, and between students and their best selves." This has been the objective of the local Y. WV. C. A. for this year. Activities began in the fall with the freshman week program and the "Little Sister" movement. The Personality Group has been one of the chief interests of the Association, meeting every two weeks throughout the year. Fall and spring parties were held in the dormitory recreation 1'0O111. A social service program was carried on. New features of Association work included a monthly business meeting f or all members, in addition to weekly Cabinet meetings, and a library in one of the dormitory sun parlors. A representative from the Y. XV. C. A. is a member of the Campus Program Committee which plans the Thursday evening chapel hour. CABINET MEMBERS Evelyn Ballard Josephine Richard Lucile Black Olga Tefft Mary Dodge Doris l1Vilson Lucile Grames Esther VVeidenl1anuuer Ruth Pearce Elizabeth Young , Esther Young Q Page One Hundred Eighty-eight Jones, Schilz, Dammon, Martin, Cullum, Mr. Spurlock- Moses, Saxman, Jenkins, Burns, Beckett Young lVIen's Christian Association During the past year the Y. M. C. A. has sought to UMake Christ Real" on Albion's Campus. To this end addresses have been sponsored, independently and in co-operation with the other religious interests, emphasizing successively international relations, a Christian economic order, and personal religion. Speak- ers brought to the campus have included Frank Kingdon, Charles Kirkpatrick, Rosika Schwimmer, Harry Belmont Hill, A. L. jackson, Ray Corbett, Frederick Spence, and Norman Thomas. Early in the year the local chapter of the League for Industrial Democracy became atlflliated with the Y. M. C. A. as a cabinet project. Other projects have included Freshman Wieck, gospel teams, and the Kirby Page and Lake Geneva Conferences. NVILSUN JENKINS Jonn E. NIARVIN WALTER Bums . ......... President . . . . . . . . .Vice-President . . . . . . . . ...... . . . ...... .Secreiairy-Trcasiircr CABINET MEMBERS Dr. R. G. Hall Mr. Raymond Spurlock Norman Campbell Glenn Aldrich Leonard Hoag Archie Bahm Carl Martenson Clarence Dammon Richard Beckett Vlfalter Saxman Sidney Adler Robert Ellwood Gordon Schilz McDonald Jones P. S. Moses Robert Cullum Donald Martin Page One I-lnndred Eiglzty-nirrc Mills, Seymour, jenkins, Miles, Marvin Cowdrick, Beckett, Wilcox, Morris Saxman, Otis, Jones, Prof.Battenl1ouse, Prof. Goodrich Oxford Fellowship WALTER C. B. SAXMAN ..........Pv'es1zlcnt HJNIQOLD A. Ons . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vice-Prcszdcnt GEORGE M. JONES .. ..... ....... . . .... .S'C?C1'6'iU7'jY-T7'l2l1J1L7 EI - The purpose of the Oxford Fellowship is to promote the cliallenfve oi the Christian Ministry. 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