Albion College - Albionian Yearbook (Albion, MI)

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Professor Emeriius of Physics and Asfronomy H9201 ROYAL GLENN I-IALL, Ph.D. Professor of I-Iisfory H9251 LOUIS UPTON ROWLAND, Mus.B., Mus.D. Direcfor of Music and Professor of Piano and Theory H9261 , I-IENRY MARTIN BATTENI-IOUSE, Ph. Professor of 'rhe English Language and Liferafure H9281 I-IOMER OLLIVER I-IENDRICKSON, Ph.D. Professor of I-Iis+ory and Polifical Science H9281 JOHN SEDBERRY MARSHALL, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy H9291 EDWARD FRANK VOLTMER, Ph.D. Direcfor of Physical Eclucafion H9361 VXALTER A. TERPENNING, Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Sociology H9371 I-IAROLD O FULLER, Ph.D. Professor of Physics H9381 CARROLL P. LAI-IMAN, Ph.D. Professor of Speech H9401 LTP ROTHY GAIL ENGLE. Ph.D. ociafe Professor of Chemisfry H9251 GERALD W. PRESCOTT, Ph.D. Associafe Professor of Biology H9291 CONWAY PETERS, Ph.D. Associafe Professor of Sfringed and Wind Insfrumenfs H9341 LE R. SPRANKLE, M.A. ecfor of Afhlefics H9361 HOWARD EUGENE GEIGER. Ph.D. Associare Professor of Educafion and Psychology H9391 CHARLES FRANKLIN KRAFT, Ph.D. Associafe Professor of Religion H9401 GER MOBERLY MORROW, Ph.D. ociafe Professor of Physics H9421 LOTTA MAE ROGERS, M.S. Assisfanf Professor of Biology and Geography H9231 BEULAH G. CHAMP. A.M. Direcfor of Dramafics H9281 UND E. INGALLS, Ph.D. isfanf Professor of Mafhemafics H9301 PEARL A. LUDY, AM. Assisfanf Professor of Home Economics H9351 JOSEPH JAMES IRWIN, Ph.D. Assisfanf Professor of English and Journalism H9371 RREL BROOKS EEST, M.Ph. isfanf Professor of Speech and Physics H9401 WALTER BERTHOLD SPRANDEL, M.A. Assisfanf Professor of Physical Eclucafion H9421 VERA BUCK I-IALL, Ph.D. Assisfanf Professor of Modern Languages H934-I94I, I9431 LT REGINA WESCOTT WIEMAN. Ed.D. Special Leciurer in Sociology H9421 FRANK DUDLEIGH VERNOR Inslrucfor in Organ H9341 JOSEPHINE DUNN. A.M. Insiruclor in Physical Educalion for Women H9291 NELLIE FIELD, A.B., Mus.B. Ins'I'ruc+or in Piano and ChiIcIren's Classes H9291 JULIA ELIZABETH McCUNE, A.M. Insfrucror in English H9291 WILLIAM C. HARTON, A.M. Inslrucior in Educalion H9321 GEORGE GUSTAV RATHJE, Ph.D. Insrrucfor in French and German H9391 DOROTHY MAY SCHULLIAN, Ph.D. Inslrucior in Anciem' Languages H9391 Q GEORGE WALKOTTEN, A.M. Insirucior in Educalion H9391 ROSE HAMM, A.B. Inslrucror in Public School Music H9401 MELVIN JOHN WILLIAMS, Ph.D. InsI'ruc'ror in Sociology H9411 BARBARA L. BUSCH, A.M. Insiruclor in Ari H9431 SARAH GEORGE, A.M. Inslrucfor in Home Economics H9431 HARRY ALBERT GRAICHEN, A.B. Ins+rucIor in Physics H9431 FLORENCE HAHN, A.M. Insiruclor in Home Economics H9431 AVID L. STRICKLER. A.M. s+ruc+or in Voice H9431 I s 1 NLICE Cafalo MARIAN FRANCES ADAMS, A.B., B.S. Librarian H93l1 RUTH ORR WEISS, A.B., B.S. in L.S. Assis'ran+ Librarian H9371 MARGARET RIDENCUR, 13.5. ger H9421 KATHERINE MARY DOWDING Secrerary +o Hwe Presidenf H9281 S. LESTER HARGER, A.B. Field Represenhfrive H9341 QENNETI-I J. HOLLINSHEAD, A.B. ilurnni Secrefary H9371 ANNA K. B. HOLLINSHEAD, A.M. Direcior of Publicify H9401 GERTRUDE E. MULHOLLAN, A.B. Direcfor of Place-menlr and Assis+an+ Regis+rar H9401 R. G. KELSEY, M.S. Business Secrehary H9431 L ADAMS, BEVERLEY Wayne Alpha Chi Omega, Secrelary Biology Club Chemislry Club A Capella Choir YWCA Cabinei WAA Cabinof BARCROFT, JOHN R. Albion Sigma Nu Physics Club, Presideni Omicron Della Kappa, Assisfanf Secrefary Kappa Mu Epsilon, Vice4Presiden+ BLOW. JOYCE I. Dryden Zela Tau Alpha, Presidenl Morlar Board, Treasurer WSC-BA, VicePresidenI' French Club, Vice'PresidenI Sociology Club Debale Pan-hellenic Council YWCA WAA CARTWRIGHT, CAROLYN SUE Fori Wayne, Ind. Delia Gamma, Treasurer Albion College Players Coniribufors' Club German Club Orcheslra YWCA CLEARY, ELIZABETH Deiroii' Alpha Xi Della, Presidenl Phi Bela Kappa WSGA, Secreiary Moriar Board, Vice-Presicleni Coniribufors' Club, Presiclenf WAA Alpha Lambda Della German Club, Secrelary-Treasurer YWCA, Cabinel' Pan-hellenic Council de GOZA, SYDNEY Pleasanl Ridge Sociology Club, Presiclenf Albion College Players YWCA Cabinel French Club -,J 1 SEIIIURS BEACH, HENRIETTA L. Dexfer Theia Alpha Phi Albion College Players, Presideul WSGA, Presidenr Della Sigma Rho Who's Who Debafe Orafory Home Economics Club BOE, LESLIE MAYH EW Deiroif Kappa Della Pleiad Sfalii Albionian Siafli Alpha Phi Gamma Spanish Club Classical Club, Presidenf WAA CHURCHILL, WILLIAM Defroif Delia Tau Delia Navy Club Fooiball, Freshman YMCA COR NELL, MARY DASKALOFF Deiroif Ze'I'a Epsilon Lambda, Presidenr Biology Club Chemisfry Club Albion College Players Siudenl' Council, Secreiary- Treasurer Campus Religious Council YWCA WAA DeYOUNG, TRUDY Grand Rapids Alpha Chi Omega Sociology Club. Secrelary Dormilory Commiifee YWCA WAA DINGER, EARL J. Forf Wayne, Ind. Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club YMCA DONNELLY, MARTHA Highland Park Delia Gamma, Secreiary Zefa Epsilon Lambda Sociology Club, Vice-Presideni Debaie YWCA WAA ETTIG, BETTE BEARSS Jaclrson Sigma Alpha loia Orchesfra Band FERENTZ, ELSI E REED Defroii Phi Bela Kappa: Alpha Chi Ome- ga, Treasurer: Albionian, Edifor: YWCA, Presideni: Morlar Board. Secreiary: Who's Who: Alpha Lambda Delia. Vice-Presideni: Al- pha Phi Gamma: Senior Class Vice-Presideni: WSGA Board: Co- op Board: Campus Religious Coun- cil: Plaiad Siafi: Coniribufors' Club, Vice-Presideni: Forum Club: German Club GAMBOE. BARBARA Pioneer. Ohio Zeia Epsilon Lambda, Presidonf A Capella Choir Siudeni Council, Socrefary Campus Religious Council YWCA GREEN E. ELLEN J. Owosso Alpha Chi Omega, Vice-Presidani: Phi Baia Kappa: Pleiad. Ediiorg Morfar Board: Who's Who: Alpha Phi Gamma: Albionian Sfafi: Con- lribuiors' Club: Spanish Club: De- bafa: YWCA. 5El'lIOR5 DUNHAM. PHYLLIS M. Pleasanf Ridge Delia Zeia, Treasurer Ari Club YWCA WAA BACKUS. JEAN ETTINGER Deiroii' Kappa Della, Vice-President Spanish Club, Presideni' Pan-hellenic Council, Treasurer WAA Board Zara Epsilon Lambda Dormiiory Commiiiee YWCA FERGUSON, KENNETH R. Marshall Phi Bera Kappa Omicron Delia Kappa, Presideni Kappa Mu Epsilon, Presideni Siudenf Council Chemisiry Club, Presideni Who's Who GREEN. LOIS Fori' Wayne, Ind. Alpha Chi Omega. Prosidenl Pan-hellenic Council Ari' Club, Presidenl Spanish Club Albion College Players Albionian Ari Sialii WSGA Commiilee HALMH UBER, LOIS Defroif Della Zola A Capella Choir YWCA Cabinef Zeia Epsilon Lambda Dormifory Commiiiee HATHAWAY, JUNE Highland Park Zela Tau Alpha YWCA HAZARD. MARY JANE Gaylord Sociology Club YWCA HOLT, MARY ANNE De+roH Della Gamma, Presideni' Classical Club, Vice-Presideni Pan-hellenic Council Forum Club WAA YWCA HOSSFELD, BETTY Niles Zefa Tau Alpha, Vice-Pre-sideni' WAA, Presideni Who's Who Pan-hellenic Council, Treasurer Kappa Mu Epsilon. Secrelary- Treasurer WSGA Board A Capella Choir YWCA KETTELL, BETTY Park Ridge, Ill. Alpha Xi Delia, Sacrciary Forum Club A Capella Choir YWCA KLAGER. MARTHA JANE Bay Ci+y Delia Zeia Zera Epsilon Lambda YWCA WAA SEI'lIOH5 HIMMELSPACH, MARY Farmingfon Delia Gamma, Secrerary German Club, Vice-President Forum Club WAA Board YWCA HONATH, DONALD Chicago, lil. Sigma Chi JOH NSON, ALYCE R. Remus Alpha Xi Della, Secrefary WAA, Vice-Presidanl' Home Economics Club, Presidonl Sfafe Home Economics Club, Treasurer YWCA KIDD, KATHLEEN Ionia Zefa Tau Alpha Zefa Epsilon Lambda French Club YWCA MOREY, LUCI LLE KNAPMAN Flini' Ari Club MARTIN, JEAN Glen Ellyn, lll. Alpha Xi Della, Socrolary Sigma Alpha Iola, Presiclom' Madrigal Singers French Club YWCA MATA, VALERIE Monroe Alpha Lambda Della. Treasurer Biology Club, Presidenl Chemislry Club. Secrelary- Treasurer German Club WAA Board MCEACHERN, DONA Flinl Zela Tau Alpha. Socrelary Ari' Club MILLER. VIRGINIA New Rochelle, New York Alpha Chi Omega NEIL. MILDRED Albion Phi Bela Kappa: Kappa Delia President Moriar Board. Presi denl: Delia Sigma Rho, Secrefary Who's Who: Alpha Lambda Della Pan-hellenic Council: Forum Club, Vice-Presidenlg Pleiad Slaihlg Al bionian Siafl: Debale: Oralory YWCA Cabinel POLLARD, ALICE HAMPTON Royal Oak Alpha Xi Delia Who's Who Sfudenf Council WSGA Board WAA Board Zeia Epsilon Lambda Sociology Club Albion College Players YWCA SEIIIORS MATTHEWS, HELLEN Harbor Springs Sociology Club Zela Epsilon Lambda Classical Club Band Orchesira YWCA Mcl NTOSH. JEAN Richmond Alpha Xi Della Sigma Alpha lola YWCA WAA MORITZ. HAZEL Royal Oal: Phi Bela Kappa Della Sigma Rho, Presideni' Debale Alpha Lambda Della. Secreiary Albion College Players Spanish Club Classical Club Oralory Exiemporary Speech PATTERSON. RUSSELL Delroii' Tau Kappa Epsilon, Presidenl' Omicron Della Kappa Navy Club Senior Class Presidenl YMCA REED. MARY LOUISE Lake Odessa Forum Club WAA Board YWCA SEl'lIOR5 REMTER. WALTER Grosse Poinfe Della Tau Della, Vice-Presidcnl Forum Club Navy Club Law Club lnier-fralernily Council ROCKEY. BETTY JANE Royal Oak Alpha Chi Omega Senior Class Secreiary Publicalions Council, Pre-sidenl' Pan-hellenic Council Chemislry Club Forum Club Home Economics Club YWCA ROGERS. JEAN Delroif Delia Zeia. Presidenr: Pan-hellenic Council: WSGA Treasurer: Senior Class Treasurer: Junior Class Treasurer: Pleiad Slall: WAA Board: Sludeni' Council: -French Club. President Spanish Club: YWCA SAYRE, WESLEY K. Marshall SCHNEIDER, PAUL Chelsea Sigma Chi, Presidonf ln'I'erira'Ierni+y Council Omicron Delia Kappa Foolball SCHOOLEY, PATRICIA Birmingham Delia Gamma Sigma Alpha loia Choir Sociology Club Spanish Club WAA RICHARDS, MARY JANE Benion Harbor Kappa Delia Phi Bela Kappa Alpha Lambda Della Coniribuiors' Club. Secrelary- Treasurer Spanish Club French Club Zela Epsilon Lambda YWCA ROGERS, BARBARA Adrian Zela Epsilon Lambda Orchesfra YWCA WAA ROWLAND. BARBARA Albion Alpha Chi Omega Lambda Mu A Capella Choir YWCA SCH NAITMAN. HELEN L. Marshall Alpha Xi Delia: Alpha Lambda Delia: Moriar Board: Thela Alpha Phi: Pan-hellenic Council: Who's Who: Albion College Players: Forum Club:ZeIa Epsilon Lambda: Sociology Club: YWCA SCHONSCHACK, JOYCE Wyando'I'I'e ,A Sigma Alpha loia, Vice-Presidenr Choir WAA WSGA Board SESSIONS. DOROTHY Monroe Home Economics Club, Secreiary Zeia Epsilon Lambda. Vice-Presidenl' Campus Religious Council YWCA SHARF. ANDREW Deiroii' Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-Presideni' Biology Club Chemisiry Club French Club Ski Club Tennis Team Debaie YMCA SNELGROVE. JACK Deiroii Sigma Nu, Presicleni infer-fraierniiy Council, Presidem' Varsiiy Foorball Varsiiy Track Forum Club STEELE. ALICE Deiroii' Delia Zeia, Sccreiary WAA Board French Club YWCA TONCRAY, JEAN Grosse Poinfe Alpha Chi Omega Biology Club Chernis+ry Club YWCA WALKER. KATHLEEN Moniclair, New Jersey Alpha Chi Omega Spanish Club Confribuiors' Club YWCA WHEATLEY, JANET A. Royal Oak Delia Zeia, Vice-Presidenl Moriar Board Choir Ari Club, Vice-Presidenl YWCA, Area Ropresenfafive Spanish Club Pan-hellanic Council WAA SEIIIORS SMITH. 'MARJORIE JO Defroif Della Zeia Debaie Zola Epsilon Lambda Sociology Club YWCA STAPLE, RICHARD Muskegon Goodrich Club Chi Epsilon Campus Religious Council STILWELL, JOSEPHINE L. Grand Rapids Zeia Epsilon Lambda Choir YWCA WAA VOGLESONG, WILLIAM Trenion ' Chemislry Club Siudenr Ahfiliaie American Chemical Socieiy Kappa Mu Epsilon Fiske Lodge Goodrich Club Omicron Delia Kappa YMCA WARDELL. MARJORIE Royal Oak Kappa Delia, Treasurer: Who's Who: Morlar Board: Alpha Lamb- da Delia, Senior Advisor: Spanish Club. Vice-Presiclenr: French'Club: Choir: Siudeni Council: Zora Epa silon Lambda: YWCA YOUNG, PHOEBE Shanghai, China Sociology Club YWCA, Secreiary A Capella Choir Zera Epsilon Lambda MMI I BARBARA BARNHART Conshmfine RICHARD BARRIE Grand Rapids JANICE BAXTER DeI'roiI RALPH BARRON Iron Mounfain KATHRYN BI BER McCLELLAN Lansing ELIZABETH BRALEY Highland Park PHYLLIS BLACK Por? Huron NANCY BROWN Defroii LAU RA BU RT MI. Clemens ALBERTO Bogofa, DORIS CHASE Lansing ROBERT BROWN Peioskey CARDOZO Colombia. S.A. VIRGINIA CARTER Albion JACK COCHRAN Dubois, Pa. MARY JANE COM ER Defroif GRANT DUNLAP Delroif ESTHER FEN NER Plainwell GEORGIANA FERGASON Albion SHIRLEY FORD Flin? MARIANN GORDON Defroif BARBARA HALL Greenville HELEN HANCHETT Big Rapids JAY HAN NA Flin? MARGARET HARPER Chelsea AU DREY HECK De+roif MARY ALICE HENDERSON Defroif JUANDA HOWARD Muskegon CAROL JAM ESON Defroi+ ROBERT KESLER Defroif MARY JUNE KINNEY Fruifporf 1 IR 'Fig 103 21 15 , -A -Q-ri nlll,Eil QE5 IMWII R5 ALI ELLEN KLOPP De'I'roi'I' PATRICIA LANGLEY ' Dayfon, MARTHA LOCKER Defroii- Ohio FRANCES LEWIS Ferndale YOLANDA MARTINI Highland Park DOROTHY MINSHAL L Dowagiac DOROTHY MODLIN Deiroii CLARE ORR Norfh Branch WARREN PATOW S+. Clair LEONA PARKER Porf Huron WILLIAM PETERSON Cadillac MURIEL POPE Mishawaka, Ind. MARGARET POHLY Paw Paw SUZANNE PORTER Eas+ Jordan VIRGINIA RAABE Grand Rapids INEZ RASHID Defroif J 7 fCE RUMFORD MARILYN S Marshall Delroil' COTT DOROTHY SHIDEMAN Albion MARIE SLOWEY Albion LENORE SMITH Mason MARY L. CLAPP SMITH Galesburg MARGARET SOPER FIin'I' HELEN SPARLING Defroif PRISCI LLA TIN KLER Mi. Clemens VIRGINIA TRIPP Flinl' BERYL VOELKER Ponfiac JANE WHITE Birmingham RUTH WILLARD Grand Rapids HELEN WORCESTER Big Rapids I SQFEUQDIMTIGFIRFQ Aburano, Adler, Alberfzarf, Baker Barcrofl, Barker Barrow, Becker, Bell, Biasfock, M. Biasfock, N., Biggs Braun, Briclgman, E., Briglrl, Brodie Brown, L., Bryer Bunfe, Burcl, Bushnell, Campbell Carfer, G., Carlwrighl, J. Chaminade, Chesnul, Cross, Dan- nells, Darling, Day, L. Dean, E., Dunkel, Emmons, Eng- s+rom, Fosler, Gerick Goodwin, Greene, N., Haller Hammill, Hammond, Harrison 25 . E Halch, Hauensfein, Hearsf, Hoss feld, M., Hoven, Howard, H. Hudson, D., Huxiable, Ingalls Jackson, H., James, Jones, D. Kinnear, Kircher, Klinesfelcer, M. Knighf, Lange, Lehman Linderman, Lomas, Loveday, Mad- den, Maleian, M., Manly Mann, Marcinkowski, Margeffs Maronick, Marlin, F., Marx Maiheson, Mayne, McCally . McGarval1, McGoodwin, Mcln- iosh, l. McPherson, Merrill, Meyer, Mo'F- 'feH', Morgan, Morrison, C. GENE Ne'Hing, Newman, Nieclermiller, Norris, O'DaIl, Paine Parlchursi, Peppler, Phelps, Pierce Plinnelce, Price Prieslley, Recor, Robinson, Rod- gers, Rundles, Sa'H'er'lhwai+e Sayre, Schmiff, Murry, Sharp Smi+h, L. J., Smi+h, S. Snoolc, S+eele, S., Tale, Taylor, B. Treulich, Ula+owslci Varner, Vinacow, Ware, Waison Weiss, Weissmiller Wells, WhiHing+on, Wiley, Wolf Woodworilw, Wrighl' PES Ashley, Archbold, G., Archbold, H., Ander- son, Allen Allen, Adrianson, Adams, Barfon, Bafey Beckman, Schwann, Benneff, Bfshop, Blyvels Bonflglio, Brafiin, Brender, Bridgman, M., Brigham Brock, Bruske, Buck, Calkfns, Callahan Carlyon, Chamboy, Childs, Church, Clark Cochran, B., Conway, Coors, Dale, Dalrymple DaPore, Dawe, Day, N., Dean, D., Dieclrich Dierlamm, Dinger, D., Dodge, Downs, Edwards ' FHESIHIIEII Eipper, Emigholz, Fessenclen, Frank, French, E. Frey, Frye, Gamble. Gaskell, Gee George, Gildari, Gooclspeed, Graebner, Graham Granville, Greenman, Harger, Hicks, Hill' Hiss, Hock, Holcomb, Hollenbeclc, Hollings- worfh, H. Hollingsworfh, W., Holllm, Hopson, Huclson, N., Hudson, P. Humisfon, Hufson, Iverson, Jackson, N., Jelsch Johnson, E., Johnsfon, Jones, H., Joppich, Jossim Juilleraf, Kahn, Kandel, Kawano, Kelley 28 Kelly, R., Keys, Klein, Klines+cker, Koehn Kompass, Lang, Leenhou+s, Leonard, Lewis, B Lines, Lipperf, Locleesen, LoH, Lyons Magnofia, Maleian, A., Malfroicl, Marfinoff Marvin Maus, May, McKay, McLaughlin, McKee Mehler, Miller, B., Miller, N., Miller, W., Mor- rison, J. Mosfeller, Nancelcivell, Nash, Neil, E., Neifher- cui' Olmsfead, O'Mara, Pafon, Peck, Perkins Pefers, Phillips, J., Phillips, N., Plesier, Pon Pres'ron, Primrose, Rayle, Redwine, Reiclwle Reid, Ringellaerg, Roelofs, Scl1ueH', Seaville Seger, Sessions, D., Shearer, Shoemaker, Simons Slufz, Smifh, A., Smi+l1, D., Smiih, E., Souders Spafforcl, Spi'H'ler, Slernberg, Sfewarf, Taylor, D. Thomas, Tl1ompson,Tomian, Trengove, VanDu- zen Van Vollcenburgh, Walker, B., Webb, Werlz, While, E. Whilney, Wilcox, C., Wilcox, M., Williams, Woodard Worfel, Workman, Worrell, Young, M., Zim- merman Himglllwli e IlLBI0l'l STUDENTS I'l0T PICTIIRED JUNIORS Thalner, Richard SOPHOMORES Brown, William Donahue, Edwin Holmes, Edward Obermayer, Lillian Slafford, John FRESHMEN Anderson, George Bierma, Nelson Brown, Palricia Carllon, Phyllis Carler, Evva Coolc, Helen Curley, Janel' Cornell, Lorraine Cosia, Doro'l'hy Crandall, Edwin Day, Peler Denno, Bruce Dralce, Nancy Fairchild, Priscilla Feldlmose, George-Ann Fishbeck, Doris Haslay, Belly Hollands, Julie Holm, Leo Holmes, Shirley Humis+on, Palricia Hunl, Nancy Johnson, Joyce Killinger, Dorolhy Lechner, Rosemary Lichlwardl, Gordon Lowmasler, Richard Maior, Jacqueline Mallory, Philip Meyers, Donna Oliver, Clark Pfeifler, Burne'H Rolhenberg, Hanley Senglaub, Roberl' Sparks, Marguerile Truax, Barbara GRADUATE STU DENTS French, Frances Elizabelh Rood, Elhel SPECIAL STUDENTS Bricker, Joyce Davis, William Edward Goodale, Elizabefh Kalemis, James Harlie Kimbel, Joseph Henry "' PHI BETH HIIPP ,fs . ew., C eu , A 1 STANDING: Mrs. Krall, Brown, B., Whiieman, Shephard, Lesier, Nolfing, Zeis, Perkins, Crandall, Mrs. l-lollingshead, Miss Riden- our, Miss House, Mrs. Carpenler SEATED: Rev. Mr. Ozanne, Dr. Sellars, Dr. Marshall, Dr. Gilberi, Dr. Goodrich, Dr. Krall, Dr. Schullian Phi Bela Kappa, narional honorary scholasiic ira- lerniiy, elecis io membership in l'he spring of each year Jrhose seniors who excel in scholasric achieve- menl. Eleciion io Phi Bela Kappa is ihe highesi scholasiic honor ihal can be conferred upon any undergraduaie. The purpose of 'rhe organizalion is io recognize and encourage scholarship, friendship and culiural inieresis, Bela chapier ol Michigan was insialled on Albion's campus in l94O. ln April, I944 ihe following senior siudenrs were elecfedr Elizabeih Cleary, Elsie Reed Fereniz, Ken- neih Ferguson, Ellen Greene, l-lazel Moriiz, Mildred Neil and Mary Jane Richards. Senior siudenis elecied lo membership in lhe spring of I943 were: Charlolle Balcer Lesier, Eliza- beih Brown, Maurine Crandall, Mary MacDonald Perkins, Fred Nolling, l-lelen Shepard, Edward Wal- son, Charloiie Whiieman, Kenneih Wilson and MY- ron Zeis. Aclive members of lhe organizalion are: Dr. John S. Marshall, presidenl: Dr. Carroll P. Lahman, vice-presidenr: Dr. Doroihy M. Schullian, secreiary- Jrreasurer: Dr. l-larold Q Fuller, Dr. F. S. Goodrich, Dr. D. M. Gilberi, Mrs. K. J. l-lollinshead, Dr. Charles F. Kralr, Miss Alice Ridenour, Presideni John l.. Sealon and Mr. Waller B. Sprandel. IILPHH LI-IIIIBDII DELTII STANDING: J. CarTwrighT, Norris, Wiley, Newman, SaTTerThwaiTe, BrighT, Miss Gray, Wardell, McPherson SEATED: M. Biasioclc, Ingalls, Miss Engle, Miss Adams. Cross "To promoTe inTelligenT living and To encourage superior scholasTic aTTainmenT among freshman women" is The purpose oT Alpha Lambda DelTa, naTional Treshman women's scholasTic TraTerniTy. In order To TurTher This purpose a "SmarTy ParTy" was given in The Tall To honor Those Treshman women who had aTTained a scholasTic average OT 2.0 or above aT The TirsT mid-semesTer marking period. During The campus "VicTory week" The members oT Alpha Lambda DelTa mainTained a booTh on The campus To promoTe The sale of war bonds and sTamps and helped wiTh The sale of Them in The dormiTory sysTem.i The oiiiicers This year were: ElizabeTh Cross, presi- denT: PaTricia Ingalls, vice-presidenT: Miriam Bia- sToclc, secreTary: Audrey McPherson, Treasurer, and Joan CarTwrighT, hisTorian. The oTher sophomore members were: CaTharine BrighT, Mari Goodwin, Camilla SaTTerThwaiTe and MargueriTe Wiley. The Treshman women elecTecl in March were: Corinne Calkins, JeanneTTe Church, Barbara Cochran, Alice Dodge, MargareT Downs, AnneTTe Frey. RuTh Gil- darT, Joyce Greenman. Marilyn l-larger, Sallie Hol- comb. Jacqueline Maior, Mariorie Van Vollcen- burgh and MargareT WhiTney. Miss Marian Adams, Miss DoroThy Engle and Miss Marian Gray were The TaculTy advisers oT The group and Marjorie Wardell was The senior adviser. The Albion chapTer was admiTTed inTo Alpha Lambda DelTa in l94O. To be iniTiaTed inTo The so- cieTy, a Treshman woman musT have meT The scholar- ship requiremenT oT 2.5 aT The midyear marking or a 2.5 average Tor boTh semesTers OT her Treshman year. ITIORTIIR BDIIRD STANDING: Miss Gray, E. Greene, Schnailman, Mrs. Pahl, Wheailey, Wardell SEATED: Neil, Cleary, Fereniz, Blow, Mrs. Irwin Moriar Board, naiional honorary organizaiion for senior women, for The second year planned and car- ried ou'r a proieci designed To malce Chrisimas more meaningful for soldiers. They collecied money from girls in 'rhe dormirory sysiem and boughi and wrapped 60 presenls which were seni io soldiers sfaiioned a+ For? Cusier. Anoiher proiecr in which Moriar Board co-operaied was designed io help 'rhe war ehfori by selling war bonds and siamps in rhe dormiiory during fhe campus "Vic+ory week." An inifiaiion was given for iwo former Chevron women in 'rhe iall, followed by a dinner which sev- eral oiher alumnae aiiended. The annual 'rapping af which iunior women were chosen for membership for nexi year was early in May +his year in Jrhe dormi- iory. The following iunior women were lapped: Barbara Barnharl, Margarel' Harper, Frances Lewis, Suzanne Porrer, Helen Sparling and l-lelen Wor- cesier. The purpose of Moriar Board is 'ro promoie schol- arship, leadership and service. Chevron chapier ai Albion was granied i'rs charier by The nalional organizaiion in I94-I. This year's officers were: Mildred Neil, president Elizabeih Cleary, vice-president Elsie Reed Fereniz, secreiary: Joyce Blow, ireasurer: Ellen Greene, edi- ior, and l-lelen Schnaiiman, hisforian. The ofher members were Mariorie Wardell and Janei Wheai- ley. Miss Marian Gray, Mrs. Joseph J. Irwin and Mrs. Marvin F. Pahl were advisers. 0l'lIICROI'l DELTII HIIPPH ' .Gr - , ,fflwcrif 2 ' L . - ..... X. .ng l - - STANDING: Dr. Terpenning. Dr. Sleighr. Cochran, Voglesong. Paiferson, Schneider SEATED: Kesler, Ferguson, Dr. Williams, Barcrofi, Dunlap Omicron Delia Kappa, nafional men's honorary leadership fraierniiy, fhis Year iormulaied plans whereby, 'rhrough ihe eiioris of iaculry members, 'rhe organizalion may be reiained on Jrhe campus fhrough ihe war period. The purpose of ihe organizaiion is "io promoie inielleciual aiiainmenig 'ro serve 'rhe college and fellow siudenis: io recognize oursranding men oi all-round alailify, good characier, and possessing ihe qualifies of leadership and 'rhe confidence of 'Fellow s+uden+s." Junior and senior men who have shown ouisianding campus leadership are elecied io mem- bership. Men elecied io membership in March were as follows: Kenneih Kinnear, Richard S+aple, Dr. l-l. Eugene Geiger, Dr. Charles F. Krail and Dr. Car- roll P. Lahman. lniiiarion in 'rhe fall was for: John Barcroii, Jack Cochran, Granir Dunlap, Roberi Kesler, Russell Pai- ierson, Frank Pearson and William Voglesong. This Year's officers were: Kenneih Ferguson, presi- denig Kesler, vice-president Dr. Melvin J. Wil- liams, secreiaryg Barcroii, assisiani secreiary and Dunlap, ireasurer. The iaculiv advisers were: Dean Emil Leffler, Dr. E. R. Sleighi and Dr. Waller A. Terpenning. Bela Gamma circle of Ornicron Delia Kappa was insralled on Albion's campus in May, l942. .f ,gf Y ri , . N. ff 1, 1 L rf N k 1, if W ' Lg ' fr ,. L. Pl , -1 n I L A h ll 1 r- 1 I . I I 'I w, :L lf' -4- 4 1 A 'U H + f 1- - . A r - ' ' L H U 3 Q Z 3 4 ' 1 NX N 2' 1 V ' 'AF' x . ' 'E fx A b 5 :.: rf- H 'fx M W"""l-J., V W, i,v H M , I !Ai2ji1W,,,x1?' r , , I V. 2, , . ' , ,- , w Q ' 11,5 ' W . - ' Hww'1-1wjw,xww,xww ww zxggzk "X, 'WWW N' Hu' Mw,,m-,- ,z,,f,, , X f ,L ,gg I Y 41617-L.-1, 'e , , , - - ' N1 M 1 1 QW Q4 3w Q, Q uf wp , t.I 5 QQ' 44 I ...L V 1 I ' .1 -W1-M-'-" mwm'. w H.: , ' '45'.u1.rTEii"g13 ff - H. f12i+vv+i-242 , .- A' ,, 1-.L K a-..-1,',,2L'-ek- 'UTM Vfkigi ff' fs 7 fr, X '-Qglk. 1441 F152 Q-ri '-'QL 1 gkfsbr f "Ll: -Q1 .F 1 I 'gi-Jw 1 ' mf' -. W' ' I N ,y ,,,..,,Q- F 3 sat 11.221910 f11l9!!i? 1 w s Q l STANDING: Lewis, Boe, Dr. lrwin, Ford SEATED: Dr. Baflenhouse, Greene, Ferenlz The only chapjrer in 'rhe slrale of Michigan, Tau of Alpha Phi Gamma, nafional honorary coeduca- lional iournalisfic lrarernify, was eslablished here in I928. The members of rhe frarernily are sludenls who have held responsible posifions on eilher rhe Albonian or The Pleiacl slafls. There were seven members This year: Leslie Mayhew Boe, Elsie Reed Ferenlz, Shirley Ford, Frances Lewis, Ellen Greene, and The facully advisers, Dr. l-l. M. Balrenhouse and Dr. Joseph J. Irwin. The purposes of The fralrernily are ro recognize individual abilily and achievemenr in iournalisric pursuirs in colleges and universiliesp 'ro serve and promore Jrhe welfare ol.+he college Through jour- nalism, and To unire in a lrarernal way congenial sludenls inleresred in iournalism. Since a chapler has been esfablished here, more rhan IOO persons have been inilialed. IILPH PHI Gllllllllll ----'-w-,--vw-T,----- 1-.-V-A e,,,.igb,.3Q, tj. Q gs :xml-x Mn , W3,,s,ms:u ...M rs, ygfshgksy nxsssmgy HQ-B Hbfiifmfaw .imgrzawa , in av MU-rw QL' H5531 f-Y. N. E mass-Egger .4 E .,., - Mwwe- -M Mass-.wi :Big Hgigsggsvi mgnffr,-.ew ries, sw 73?.f3gfa5'54,. 43 gslfswwseri Li- 5' .Z X. 5 .. 2135355.22 H we-aww ww gin sa slliimz 5 'kms wr-Exam nxxinxgwsan Liss, W.. if-are WZQQS ' .W -sfssffiafggi me V, We i .l Hawrin?-.fr ig? iigmrsi fm-iss-H Rockey. Dr. Irwin, Dr. Hendrickson. Hammond, Hammill' Supervising edirorial and business policies of 'rhe college publicarions, rhe Pleiad and Albionian, is lhe Publicaiions council, composed of four sfudenfs and 'rwo facullry members. The council has iis open meelings lwice a monfh, elecling each year imporianr sfahf members of +he newspaper and year boolc and approving all sralll appoinimenis as well as publishing The siudenl direciory. Officers of 'rhe organizafion were Belly Roclcey. president Dr. Joseph J. Irwin, vice-president Kafrh- ryn Biber, secrelary. and Dr. H. O. Hendrickson, freasurer. The olher members were Marqarer Ham- mill and Billy Hammond. The Publicaiions Council is lhe represenlalive of 'rhe Publicalions Associaiion of Albion college, a non-profil corporalion whose members include Jrhe s+uden+s, ihe facully and Jrruslees of lhe college. Eleclion of The siudeni' represenraiives is held each spring wilh candidares nominaled by pefilion. The Term of office is for ,one year. The iacully mem- bers hold iheir posilrions by appoinimenl. PIIBLICIITIOIIS C0lll'lCIL 5' ' pit-Ebay , ...i...-.- .,. - -. .... , . ..,,,. ,.,.-. ,, i f IILBIOIIIIIII -7 mai K I i i l .. - .,.-.. 1. .ei Dr. lrwin ....................... Faculiy Adviser Elsie Reed Fereniz .... ..,..... E diior The siaff of ihe Albionian. 'rhe college annual. had io coniend Jrhis year wiih war-iime budgei re- siriciions and shorfages of maierials. The decreased enrollmenf, ihe smaller number of men siudenis on campus and ihe virlual abolishmeni of men's aih- lelics necessiiaied corresponding changes in Jrhe yearbook. By combining some seciions, ihe book was divided info four paris and co-edilors chosen for each one. A decreased number of pages was anoiher sign of revision. l-lowever. The informal make-up similar io lasi year's annual was relained. l-leading ihe siaii as edifor was Elsie Reed Fer- enfz. Elecied as co-associaie ediiors were Nancy Brown and Doroihy Shideman. Mildred Neil was faculiy edifor. Oihers were: i-lelen Jones and Mary Lou Waison, class ediiors: Roxana Sayre and Mar- iorie Van Volkenburgh, organizaiions ediiors: Grani Dunlap and Marjorie l-learsi, gymnasium aciiviiies ediiors, and Cordelia Ware and Roberi Weiss, so- cieiy ediiors. Palricia Loveday and Shirley Taie were co-business managers: ihe liaculiy adviser was Dr. Joseph J. Irwin and ihe business laculiy adviser was Dr. l-l. O. Hendrickson. To complele 'ihe picfure of college aciiviiies, ihe yearbook included piciures of ihe air corps siudenfs siafioned on campus. Piciures on campus were Tak- en earlier +han usual +o include men who would en- ier 'rhe armed forces. ln publishing +his annual Jrhe siafi has fried io accomplish fhree purposes, a poriral of sfudenl life on campus. a view of army life on campus and 'rhe preservalion of lradiiion in a yearbook. Edifor's Noie: This is our second year of publicaiion under war- iime condifions and we 'have fried io mainiain Jrhe previous siandards of The Albionian. Necessarily Jrhe number of pages and feaiures have had +0 be cul in ihis year's book. bu+ we hope +ha+ ii siill porlrrays life on The campus in ihese days of I943 and 1944. l would personally like 'ro Thank Dr. lr- win for his coniinuous eliioris in aiding publicaiion. -Elsie Reed Fereniz Nancy Brown .,., Dorolhy 'Slwideman . . ,Associale Ediior ....,.... ...Associale Ediior Marjorie Van Vollcenburqlw, . . . . ,Acliviiies Ediior Roxana Sayre . . . Mildred Neil .. Cordelia Ware . . . Roberf Weiss. . . Gran? Dunlap . ., I-lelen Jones .... Mary Lou Wafson Noi in Picfuresz Leslie Mayhew Boe Shirley Ford . .. . . . .Aclivilies Ediior . . .Academic Edi+or . . .Sororily Ediior . . . . . .Fralernily Edilor Aflilefics--Army Ediior ..........ClassEdi'ror , . .Class Edilor . . . . .Proofreader . . .Ediforial Assislanl fa 2 ' i Qin:-u Ulrmn Published on a pre-war basis despiTe shorTages and prioriTies, The Albion Pleiad reporTs each weelc The campus acTiviTies To sTudenTs and TaculTy. IT also serves as a laboraTory Tor sTudenTs inTeresTed in iournalism. MaTerial Tor The paper is gaThered on Tuesdays and Wednesdays by members oT The newswriTing and ediTing class and This news is ediTed and head- lines wriTTen by a group oT copyreaders. The edi- Tor and managing ediTor supervise The seTTing up of The paper each Thursday aT The Albion Recorder Press, working TogeTher wiTh The prinTing sTaTT There. On Friday more Than IOOO copies oT The com- pleTed paper are disTribuTed. TwenTy-eighT issues oT The paper are published each school year. During The year The Pleiad prinTed news oT The Army air Torces Training uniT sTaTioned aT The col- lege, and SgT. Janies Kalernis oT The army sTaTF served as a special reporTer. I 42 !l ,,1'e4s-S. ., gig 38.523 ag" :, ,ww 2,3 ' 'SIQQYZ m 3 as ss,- s.l'a'., Dr. lrwin ,... Ellen Greene . .. ' Dr. Hendrickson ..,... Business FaculTy Adviser An ediTorial and business sTaTT composed almosT wholly oT women was The only sign ThaT The paper suffered Trom any shorTage. Members oT The edi- Torial sTaTT were: Ellen Greene, ediTor: Frances Lewis, managing ediTor3 Mariorie Van Vollcenburgh, TeaTure ediTor, and DoroThy Campbell, sporTs ediTor. On The business sTaTf were Shirley Ford, circula- Tion manager: PaTricia Loveday and Shirley TaTe, co-adverTising managers, and Eleanor Klein, boolc- keeper. FaculTy advisers were: Dr. Joseph J. Irwin and Dr. l-l. O. Hendrickson. Leslie Mayhew Boe was proofreader and Nancy Brown, GranT Dunlap, Ellen Klopp, Roxana Sayre, Miss Van Vollcenburgh and Mary Lou WaTson served as copyreaders, ReTlecTing campus life and providing a hisTorical record oT evenTs, The Albion Pleiad was founded by The class of I886. PLEIIID . . .FaculTy Advise: .......Ed1Tor Shirley TaTe .... .... A dverfrising Manager PaTricia Loveday . . . .... AdverTising Manager Shirley Ford . . ,. ,Circulalion Manager 5 K Frances Lewis . . . . .Managing Eclilor E Q Gran? Dunlap .,.. ..... C opyreacler - h ,M .s2gg.w,M E , r A H7451 rf ,gnggaiflgi .,, S Mary Lou Walson ,..... , . . ,Copyreader 'M Q ' Wgjigf E H21 --We s H: . . . EE W Marlorle Van Vollcenlourglw ........ Fealure Edllor X523 M I J ,ggijfgigffj jg. si News Wrillnq and Ednling Class ........ Reporrers I , Nancy Brown ..............,. ..Co reader E Y M 4 A 54 'il py ?llLnnn :Diwali , Roxana Sayre . . , . .Copyreader ,. . .- E ' ' of nil Nor in Picluresz l iw ,. M -game-H X mn my vm B, lar Leslie Mayhew Boe . . . . .Proofreader lx gl ss a ff? ' 'Hx 1. STANDING: Porfer, B. Hossfeld, McClellan, Pollard, Ford. Modlin, Miss Gray SEATED: Beach, Blow, Cleary, J. Rogers, Schonschack, Mrs. Wolfe Ill. 5. G. Il WiTh The purposes, "To creaTe a sense of Tellow- ship and responsibiliTy, To promoTe and mainTain The highesT sTandards oT college liTe and To regu- laTe maTTers ol sTudenT conducT in accordance wiTh The righTs granTed iT," The Women's Self-Goverm menT associaTion planned a round of acTiviTies This year. The associaTion sponsored The freshman recep- Tion, open house Tor air sTudenTs and civilians on campus. and dances. Teas, birThday dinners and Sunday musicales were planned by commiTTees working under board supervision. Miss Marian Gray and Mrs. F. Faye Wolfe are members ex-officio of The group and all women re- siding in The dormiTories and annexes are mem- bers. Women residing in The ciTy are associaTe members. The execuTive personnel Tor The year was: Hen- rieTTa Beach, president Joyce Blow, vice-president ElizabeTh Cleary, secreTary, and Jean Rogers, Treas- urer. KaThryn Biber McClellan, Shirley Ford, BeTTy l-lossfeld, DoroThy Modlin, Alice l-lamplron Pollard, and Suzanne PorTer were procTors, The women who have charge ol: Susanna Wesley hall's six corridors. Joyce Schonschaclc was The Dean hall represenTaTive on The board. V---E, STANDING: Kesler, Dr. Sleighf, l-loward, Voglesonq, Moffeff SEATED: Voelker, Gamboo, Cochran, Pollard, Sparling The obiecf of fhe sfudenf council is fo "promofe fhe welfare of fhe sfudenf body: fo provide an or- ganizafion for fhe considerafion of all-campus prob- lems, and 'ro furnish efficienf and adequafe leader- ship in fhe direcfion of all-sfudenf acfivifiesf' Officers of fhe group were: Jack Cochran, presi- 'dent l-lelen Sparling, vice-presidenf, and Alice l-lampfon Pollard, secrefary-Treasurer. Ofhers on fhe council during The year were: Kennefh Fergu- son, Donald l-lonafh and William -Voglesong, sen- iors: Barbara Barnharf, Barbara Gamboe, Roberf Kesler and Beryl Voellcer, juniors, and Harry l-loward and Jean Moffeff, sophomores. Dr. E. R. Sleighf was faculfy adviser. The council supervises all class elecfions and also nominafes candidafes each year for "Who's Who Among Sfudenfs in American Universifies and Colleges." Ten faculfy members make fhe final choices. "Campus Clean-up Day," Nov. 6, was planned by fhe council fo replace fhe usual Homecoming which was made impossible by fhe war. A busf-ouf was also organized by fhe group as well as fhe "Yule+ide Jump," on Dec. I8, and "Juice Box Safurclay Night" on Feb. I9. Plans for a war- fime Big Three weelc-end were made by fhe council. The service men's plaque, lisfing Albion men in fhe armed forces, was also a council proiecf fhis year. STIIDEIIT COIIIICIL l me A55OCT?fix rumor mm mon yx ui F' ..-,L-,. Soper, Comer, KlinesTelcer, Plinnelze, Dr. Hall, Dr. Randall, PeTerson, Mr. Kelsey, Williams, S. Steele, Miss Adams, Wiley Supplying sTudenTs wiTh books and school sup- plies aT a lO percenT saving, The BoolcsTore is man- aged by The Co-op board, The board of direcTors of The Albion College Co-operaTive associaTion. This group is made up oT six sTudenTs elecTed Tor Two years, and Tour TaculTy advisers. OTTicers oT The board This year were: Dr. Royal G. l-lall, presi- denT: MargareT Soper, vice-presidenT, and Dr. D. L. Randall, secreTary-Treasurer. Miss Marian Adams and Mr. R. G. Kelsey were oTher advisers, and Mary Jane Comer, GranT Dunlap, Jean KlinesTelcer, Miss Soper, Susan STeele and MargueriTe Wiley were sTudenT members. ' Elecfing managers Tor The BoolcsTore and decid- C0-0P BOIIRD ing iTs policies are The main TuncTions oT The board. William PeTerson was appoinTed manager Tor I943- '44 The annual meeTing oT The Albion College Co- operaTive associaTion is in January each year, when oTTicers oT The Co-op board are elecTed and sTu- denTs nominaTe candidaTes Tor elecTion To The board. This elecTion is held aT second semesTer regisTraTion. The BoolcsTore also buys and resells used books To sTudenTs: sells sTaTionery, paper and novelTies, and gives valuable pracTical business experience To sTudenT clerks. CIIITIPUS RRELIGIDIIS COIIIICIL The Campus Religious council was reorganized This year To include only The presidenT and a repre- senTaTive Trorn each oT The Tive religious organiza- Tions on campus. Formerly all The oTTicers oT These groups were council members. The purpose oT The group is To co-ordinaTe all religious acTiviTies oT The college To avoid overlap- ping oT The acTiviTies of Chi Epsilon, Wesley Fel- lowship, ZeTa Epsilon Lambda, YMCA and YWCA. OTTicers during I943-'44 were: RoberT Kesler, president GranT Dunlap, vice-presidenT: Audrey McPherson, secreTary, and Norma Greene, Treas- urer. Also on The council were: Dr. Charles F. KraTT, Dr. Royal G. Hall, Mrs. Marvin F. Pahl and Mrs. G. DempsTer Yinger. OTher members were: Mary DaslcaloTT Cornell, Elsie Reed Ferenh, Barbara Gamboe. KenneTh Kin- near, Bernard Lomas, DoroThy Sessions and Richard STaple. A new Type oT Religious Emphasis period was planned by The council during The LenTen season. The Theme, "For The Living oT These Days," was carried ouT, beginning wiTh The morning service on Ash Wednesday. Three successive Mondays lMarch 20, 27, and April 3l TeaTured speakers in chapel and discussion groups in The evening. The Rev. King Beach, The Rev. Charles Brashares and The Rev. STanley Coors spoke. Services in The Chapel each morning during l-loly week were planned by The diTTerenT groups represenTed on The council. Each sororiTy and independenT group and The combined TraTerniTies had a counselor Tor The period. The World STudenT Service Fund drive was again sponsored by The group and over S500 was col- lecTed Trom The sTudenT body. Co-chairmen OT The drive were Miss Greene and Lomas. Success oT The proiecT was shown by The cerTiTicaTe OT highesT honor awarded To The college Tor raising Sl per capiTa. STANDING: Cornell, Sessions, Kinnear, Dunlap, Dr. Hall, Dr. KraTT, N. Greene SEATED: Kesler, McPherson, Mrs. Yinger, Mrs. Pahl, FerenTz l V. III. C. ll. Besides seven Yearly meelings given lo devoiion, discussion and recrarion, 'lhe YMCA, wilh a war- +ime membership of almosl filify, sponsored Boys' clubs in 'rhe four Albion elemeniarv schools Jrhis Year. Ollicers for I'-743-l944 were: Roberi Kesler, presi- dent Bernard Lomas, vice-president George Ka- wano, secreiary, and Kennelh Kinnear, Jrreasurer. Also on 'rhe cabinel were: Edward Brender, Jerome Edwards, Gerald Gaskell, Leo I-lolm, Russell Pa++er- son, Don Pan and Vfillired Souders. Dr. Charles F. Krail was facully adviser. Including approximalely one hundred boys, lhe "Y" Boys' clubs mer every week al ihe Communilv cenler. Members of lhe college organizalion served as counselors 'ro lhe groups, sponsoring swimming for all lhe boys each week and planning infer-club comperilion. Al a combined Chrislmas parfv and induclion service in December, more Than eighly boys were Jraken info ihe clubs. A speaker ar Jrhe YMCA meeiing in February was Mr. l-larold Kuebler, regional secrelary of lhe organizalion. STANDING: Pon, Edwards, Pallerson, Souders, Kawano SEATED: Kesler, Lomas, Kinnear, Brender STANDING: Sparling. Parker, WheaTley, de Goza, I-laTch, McPherson, N. Greene. Halmhuber, Black, Adams SEATED: FerenTz, Ford, Voellcer, Dr. Hall. Mrs. Pahl, Miss Gray Exceeding lasT year's TOTal OT l9O members, Y W CA included a membership OT 230 women, The largesT organized group on The campus. The newly arrived .Treshman's acquainTances were enlarged by The sponsoring OT The Treshman mixer and "big sis- Ter" plan. AlmOsT every uppperclassman had Two "liTTle sisTers" This year because OT The large num- ber OT women on campus, The group sponsored a varieTy OT acTiviTies be- sides iTs mOnThly Tuesday meeTings. OTTered on The program This year were Dr. GaiTher Warfield, Polish missionary: Miss Joan STaudT, STarr Common- wealTh Tor Boys, and a cOmmuniTy song TesT. For The TirsT Time since The assOciaTiOn has been esTab- lished here, reTreshmenTs have been served aT The meeTings. The group sponsored Vesper programs each Wednesday nighT in The dOrmiTOry. AT WesT Ward school direcTiOns in lcniTTing and playing games were given by YWCA women. The popular colce ma- chine in The dOrmiTOry was also run under The di- recTiOn OT The group, and a new service was begun This year wiTh The sale OT pOTaTO chips and pop corn under The direcTiOn OT one OT The YWCA cabi- neT members. Miss Fern Babcock, a member OT The naTiOnal program cOmmiTTee OT The YWCA, visiTed The cam- pus. ln co-OperaTiOn wiTh The YMCA. The associa- Tion sponsored The Thanksgiving and ChrisTmas ves- pers. They also direcTed One OT The l-loly week services held in The chapel. The OTTicers OT Th assOciaTiOn were: Elsie Reed FerenTz, president Shirley Ford, vice-presidenTg Phoebe Young, secreTary, and Beryl Voellcer, Treas- urer. There were IO oTher women on The cabineT who had charge OT cOmmiTTees. The Three ad- visers OT The OrganizaTiOn were Miss Marian Gray, Mrs. Royal G. l-Tall and Mrs, Marvin F. Pahl. V. lll. C. II. ZETR EP5lLOI'l LIIITIBDII l BACK ROW: Marcinlcowski, Wiley, Schnaiiman, Marfini, J. Whi+e, Dannells, Sairerihwaife, Klager, Gericlc, DaPore, Cornoll, J. Carfwrighi, Donnelly, Hiss, Norris, Dierlamm, Hallenbecic, Graebner, Young, Knight Minshall SECOND ROW: Madden, M. Smiih, Pollard, Kidd, Sessions, Greene, Gyamboe, B. Rogers, Siillwell FRONT ROW: McCally, Cross, Linderrnan, Marge'H's, Harrison, Comer, S. Sieele, Halmhuber, Rashid, Fenner, Huxiabie, Wells The big and lirile sis+er club was organized ar Dalrymple school by ihe Zera Epsilon Lambda mem- bers. The members of 'rhe sociery gave a Chrisimas pariy for iheir "li'r'rle sis+ers" in fhe recrearion room of Susanna Wesley hall. The members also sub- s'ri+u'red as Sunday school ieachers, helped wi+h church parries and church office worlc and rolled surgical bandages for Jrhe Red Cross. The women, who are inreresied in religious and social service work, are required 'ro earn IOO poinis 'ro become aciive members. These poinis are awarded for services which They perform. The sociery, which meers every fhird Wednesday of each monih, had ihe following sponsors: Mrs. Henry M. BaH'enhouse, Mrs. H. Eugene Geiger, Mrs. Charles F. Kraii and Mrs. G. Dempsier Yinger. Officers for 'rhe year were: Mary Daslcaloff Cornell, presidenr, iirsi semesier: Barbara Gamboe, presi- denr, second semesier: Doroihy Sessions, vice-presi- den+: Alice Pollard, secreraryz Kaihleen Kidd, ireas- urer, and Norma Greene, devoiional chairman. Orher aciive members were: Clarice Linderman, Mary Jane Comer, Elizabeih Cross, Esiher Fenner, Lois Halmhuber, Jane Harrison, Mary Anne Jelsch, Beiiy Madden, Marie Marcinlcowslci, Jessie Mar- geiis, Doroihy Minshall, Barbara McCally, Olive Priesiley, Inez Rashid, Barbara Rogers, Mariorie Jo Smirh, Susan Sieele, Josephine Siillwell, Virginia Tripp and Ruih Wells. Associafe members are: Alia Mae Adams, Har- rieii Anderson, Jeanneiie Barcroii, Corinne Calkins, Joan Carfwrighi, Joyce Dalrymple, Barbara Dan- nells, Barbara DaPore, Sydney de Goza, Mariha Donnelly, Ruih Gee, Marie Louise Graham, Dororhy Hallenbeclc, Marjorie Hearsr, Sallie Holcomb, Pa- 'rricia Hudson, Carherine Huxiable, Pafricia Ingalls, Alice Iverson, Mar+ha Jane Klager, Marilyn Knight Frances Lewis, Jean Lori, Barbara Marx, Jeanne Marlin, Yolanda Mariini, Barbara Merrill, Helen McKay, Nancy Norris, Arleen O'Mara, Camilla Sai- Jrerrhwaiie, Consiance Simons, Margarei Sparks. Joyce Schonschaclc, Jean Van Duzen, Margueriie Wiley, Margarei Whiiney, Jane Whiie, Pauline Woodard and Phoebe Young. SIGIHH IILPHII IOTII STANDING: Miss Hamm, Pope, J. Mclniosh, L. M. Smiih, N. Biasiock, M. J. Biasioclc, L. J. Smith, Emmons, O'DeII, Sailer- fhwaire, Harper, Tinlnler SEATED: Barnhari, Marlin, Schonschack, Eiiig, Sparling, Mrs. Peiers, Mrs. Rowland Funciioning for ihe iirsi year as a unii' of 'rhe na- iional professional music sororiiy, Sigma Alpha loia, 'rhe loia Pi chaprer was granied i'rs membership on April I7, I943. Formerly rhe local honorary mu- sic sororiiy, Lambda Mu, ihe chapier worked for a naiional membership during l942-'43 and was ac- cepiecl. Individual membership in ihe sororiiy is deierminecl by inieresr and pariicipaiion in music. and by scholarship. Officers 'rhis year were: Jean Marlin, president Joyce Schonschaclc, vice-presideni: Barbara Barn- harr, secreiaryg Muriel Pope. Jrreasurer: Beiie Eiiig, sergeanr ai arms: Jean Mclniosh, chaplain, and l-lelen Sparling, ediior. The visii in April by The naiional president Mrs. Kaihleen Davison. was 'rhe climax of 'rhe year's evenis. The group also held monihly musicals siress- ing iniernaiionalisrn in music, and organized The an- nual song iesi. To raise money To furnish The new chapier rooms in 'rhe Observaiory building, ihe organizaiion had several rummage sales during ihe year. The Vicfory musical on March 3l, preseniing ihe original composiiions of Dr. L. U. Rowland, Dr. Conway Peiers and Mr. David Siriclcler, was also sponsored by The organizajrion as a pari of "VicJrory week." Oiher aciive members were: Miriam Biasiock, Norma Jeanne Biasioclc, Elizabeih Braley, Elizabeih Emmons, Miss Rose l-lamm, Margarei Harper, Vir- ginia O'Dell, Camilla Saiierrhwaiie, Laura Jean Smiih, Lenore Smiih and Priscilla Tinlcler. Pledged Feb. 22 were: Ruih Dale, Nancy Day, Laurel l-licks, Barbara McCally, Nancy Miller, Doro- ihy Minshall, Margarei Peiers, Mary Lou Waison, and Erhel Workman. Miss Hamm was also a chapier adviser, Mrs. L. U. Rowland and Mrs. Conway Peiers were ad- visers and, also, paironesses. OHCHESTRII Aifer a preview of lhe "Nu+cracker Sui+e" for lhe s+uden+ body in chapel, The Albion college or- chesfra gave a concerf in Jrhe high school audifo- rium in January. Barbara Perkins, pianisl, and Doro- ihy Minshall, violinisr, were soloisls wifh fhe 5I- piece orchesrra under fhe direcrion of Dr. Conway Pelers. Members of 'rhe orchesrra were: Firsr violins: Doroihy Minshall, principal, Dorofhy Modlin, Lola McCune, Irving Camerer, Lawrence Franlc, Phyllis Bushnell, Flora Barlon and Dorolhy Hallenbeclc. Second violins: Margarel Pelers, principal. Edward Neil, Shirley Burd, Dean Smilh, Harold Lerfler and John Cleveland. - Violas: Ruih Spilller. principal, Virginia O'Dell, Doris Bishop and Barbara Perkins. Violoncellcs: I Esfher Fenner, principal, Margarel Soper, Rulh Lah- man and Lois Basiian. Basses: Shirley Schrnill, prin- cipal, William Pererson, Mariorie l-loven and Janel Curley. Flures: Dr. D. M. Gilbert Barbara Barnharl and Mary Alice Gilbert Oboes: Belle Ellig and Helen Sparling. Clarinelsx Margaref l-larper, Barbara McCally and Roberl l-lawes. Bass clarinelz Clar- ence Melzler. Saxaphone: Norma Spaiiord. Bas- soons: l-lelen Worcesfer and Dorofhy Killinger. French horns: Paul Engslrom, Mary Lou Walsor and Mr. David Slriclcler. Trumpeisz Floyd l-loyl, Richard Barrie and Keilh Engslrom. Trombones: Charles Parkhursl and Vernon Baldwin. Tympani: Rulh Dale. Glockenspiel: Barbara Barnharr and Nancy Day. Percussion: l'-lelen Sparling. Using only women's voices This year, rhe Albion college a cappella choir, under 'rhe direclion of Mr, David L. Srriclcler, gave a spring concerl in The Chapel and made a shorl 'four ol Delroir high schools and churches. The group sang over WJR on lhe Albion "Round- The-World Day" program on April I8. The spring concerl was given on April 2, and among rhe num- bers on 'rhe program were Debussy's "The Blessed Damozel" and a cycle of nonsense songs by Thomp- son called "Rosemary" The college choir collaboraied wilh rhe Merhodisr church choir in presenfring The "Messiah" al Chrisl- mas lime. The chorus of 75 voices, wilh four guesl CHOIR Emmons, Mariha Maus and Laura Jean Smiih. Male Voices: Granlr Dunlap, George l-lopson, Roberr Kes- ler, Frederick Kircher, Warren Palow and Donald Sessions. Members of The a cappella choir were: Firsr so- pranos: Berry Bonfiglio, Shirley Brailin, Miss l-licks, Beverly Keys, Miss Marlin, Joyce Schonschaclc, Mar- Jrha Shoemaker, Lenore Smi+h, Mariorie Wardell and Eleanor While. Second Sopranos: Be-Hy Chamboy, Barbara Gam- boe, Lois l-lalmhuber, Phyllis l-lolrh, Mariorie Hoss- leld, Elizabelh Nash, Muriel Pope, Barbara Rowland, Palricia Schooley, Laura Jean Smilh, Miss Tinlcler, Danerfe Ulalowslri, Caroline Wilcox and Phoebe Young. T BACK ROW: Kompass, Maus, Schonschaclc, Young, Pope. P. Brown, Koehn, Nash, N. Miller, Tinkler, C. Wilcox SECOND ROW: E. While, M. Hossfeld, l-lalmhuber, L. J. Smilh, Workman, Chamboy, B. L. Miller, Sallerlhwaile, Thomas, Em- mons, Shoemaker, Marlin FRONT ROW: Bonfiglio, l-lolfh, Gamboe, Keys, Brailin, Mr. Sfriclcler, M. Biasfoclc, Reichle, Hicks, Wardell, Ulalowslci, L. M.Smilh soloisrs was accompanied by Dr. L. U. Rowland, pianisf, and Miss Nellie Field, organisr. A chapel choir was organized for The iirsl lime lhis ear +o furnish music for chapel programs. This smaller organizaiion presenfed a Chrisfmas musical called "When rhe Chrisr Child Came" by Joseph Clolcey. This program was given in chapel and ai lhe E. L. T. club, wirh Mr. Slriclcler, direcfor, and Phyllis Bushnell, accompanisl. In The group were: Sopranos: Laurel l-liclcs,Jeanne Marlin, Lenore Smilh and Priscilla Tinlrler. Allrosz Miriam Biasloclc, Norma Jeanne Biasioclc, Elizaberh Firsr alios: Miriam Biasroclc, Norma Jeanne Bia- sroclc, Jeannelie Church, Mary Jean Klineslelcer, Jane Kompass, Miss Maus, Janel Reichle, Camilla Sa++er+hwai+e and Erhel Workman. Second allos: Palricia Brown, Miss Emmons, Margarei Koehn, Pa- lricia Loveday, Belly Lou Miller, Nancy Miller, Belly Shearer and Amy Louise Thomas. The officers ol The choir were: Lenore Smi+h, president Miss Pope, vice-presidenr and freasurer, and Miss Tinlcler, secrelary. The librarians who are responsible for rhe music were Miss Emmons, Laura Jean Smilh and Miss l-lossield. -1 DELTII SIGIIIII RHO Mr. Fesf, Neil, Dr. SeaTon, MoriTz, Dr. Lahman, Beach, Mr. Pahl "To encourage sincere 'and eTTecTive public speaking" DelTa Sigma Rho, naTional honorary Tor- ensic TraTerniTY, was esTablished here in I9I I. ln order To be a member OT The socieTy on This campus a sTudenT musT have parTicipaTed Tor Two Years in inTer-collegiaTe Torensic acTiviTv. ln November, Hazel MoriTz, represenTing DelTa Sigma Rho, gave a speech To English sTudenTs in- viTing Them To enTer inTo The acTiviTies and conTesTs which are oTTered This Year. The socieTY was well- represenTed in debaTe also. lTs members were "The mainsTay oT The Torensic program," as Dr. Carroll P. Lahman, proTessor oT speech, phrased iT. The socieTY is The oldesT naTional honorary on campus. OTTicers This year were: Miss MoriTz, presi- denTy Mildred Neil, secreTary, and Dr. Lahman, TaculTy sponsor. l-lenrieTTa Beach is The oTher sTu- denT member: Mr. Thorrel B. FesT, Mr. Marvin F. Pahl and PresidenT John L. SeaTon were TaculTv members. The annual speech honors dinner was held in The spring. Forensic acTiviTies This year, under The direcTion oT Dr. Carroll P. Lahman, were in Tour divisions- debaTe, oraTory, discussion and exTempore speaking. The debaTe squad wiTh I-Iazel MoriTz as sTudenT assisTanT had The Tollowing personnel: Wendell Al- len, Ralph Barron, I-lenrieTTa Beach, CaTharine BrighT, MarTha Donnelly, Glenn Frye, Norma Greene, Joyce Greenman, KenneTh Kinnear, Fred MarTin, Audrey McPherson, Mildred Neil, Charles ParI:hursT, Alice Snoolz, PaTricia Webb and RoberT Weiss. The group began The season by winning Tive ouT oT I2 debaTes aT an inviTaTional TournamenT aT WesTern Michigan College oT EducaTion on Jan. 22. The seven schools parTicipaTing debaTed The FOREIISIC IICTIIIITIES riTz, aTTirmaTive, and Miss McPherson and Miss Neil, negaTive. represenTed Albion. The STaTe Freshman TournamenT aT Kalamazoo in March was expanded This year To include all inex- perienced squads, and The nine Albion sTudenTs who aTTended won six and IosT six debaTes. To close The season, The squad Toolc a Two-day Trip To The UniversiTy oT Michigan and To Wayne universiTy To debaTe wiTh collegiafe members OT The honorary Torensic TraTerniTy, DeITa Sigma Rho. The same sTucIenTs who were acTive in debaTe parTicipaTed in The discussion, "I-low Far Should The UniTed STaTes CooperaTe wiTh OTher NaTions ATTer The War," which was held here. Nine colleges STANDING: Snoolc, Kesler, N. Greene, Barron, WhiTney, Greenma SEATED: MoriTz, Beach, Donnelly, Neil, Weiss, McPherson, Webb, Maior quesTion Tor The year: "Resolved: ThaT The UniTed STaTes should co-operaTe in esTabIishing and main- Taining an inTernaTional police 'Force upon The de- TeaT oT The Axis." The aTTirmaTive Teams were Miss Beach and Miss Morilz, Miss Donnelly and Kinnear. Weiss and Miss McPherson, Frye and ParI:hursT de- baTed The negaTive. On Feb. I4 six Teams Trom Albion debaTed wiTh Tour Teams Trom The UniversiTy oT Michigan in a non-decision conTesT. This was in preparaTion Tor The annual TournamenT oT The Michigan InTercoIIegi- aTe Speech league held Feb. I9 aT Michigan STaTe college, which was, Tor The TirsT Time, co-educaTion- al. In The league debaTes Albion Teams Tied wiTh Alma and Kalamazoo Tor second place, winning Tour ouT oT six debaTes. Miss Beach and Miss Mo- I n, Allen, Dr. Lahman, Mr. FesT, Kinnear Parlcl-iursT, McGoodwin,- Marx, Brock, Williams, BrighT, Frye, were represenTed in The I4 discussions. Jacqueline Maior, Barbara Marx, James McGoodwin, Pai' Rocl- gers and Monica Williams also Toolc parT. In exTempore speaking on The same Topic McGoodwin won The Weiss Memorial award and TirsT place in The local conTesT. Miss MoriTz won TirsT place Tor The women and received The I-lance award. McGoodwin also represenTed Albion aT The sTaTe meeT here. MargareT WhiTney and RoberT 'Kesler Toolc TirsT places Tor women and men respecTiveIy in The local oraTory conTesT. Also each placed TourTh in The STaTe OraToricaI conTesT March IO aT Michigan STaTe college. The usual class conTesTs were in April and The Senior I-Iorn conTesT aT commencemenT Time. LEFT TO RIGHT: Moriiz, Pope, Carfwrighf, C., Rodgers, PE!I'kl'1LIFS+, Al!en, Schnaifman, de Goza, Cro STANDING: de Goza, Beach, Carfwriglwf, C. KNEELING: Schnaifman, Slwideman. Moriiz IlLBI0l'l COLLEGE PLIWEHS FIFTH ROW: Sparlrs, Weiss, Sessions. Allen FOURTH ROW: Marvin, Cochran, Pollard, Dr. Lehman, Mr. FesT, BrighT THIRD ROW: Rashid, PeTerson, Dr. Irwin, Morrison, Neil, ParlchursT SECOND ROW: Shideman, BaTey, Pope, Rodgers, Jaclcson, N., Harger FIRST ROW: de Goza, SchnaiTman, Cross, Beach, Miss Champ, CarTwrighT, C., MoriTz The Albion college players This year oTTered To sTudenTs a dramaTic program of pracTical Training in The experimenTaI TheaTer. As an adapTaTion To war-Time needs, The group produced Two one-acT plays, "Maker oT Dreams" by OliphanT Downs and "The Long ChrisTmas Dinner" by ThornTon Wilder, given iusT beTore ChrisTmas. ArThur Pinero's "Play- goers" was produced in The spring. AcTiviTies of Albion college players are sponsored by There Alpha Phi, honorary dramaTic TraTerniTy. Membership is resTricTed To Those sTudenTs who have cIisTinguishecl Themselves in acTing, direcTing and Technical worlc in producTion. The membership oT The TraTerniTy was Two sTudenT members, Henri- eTTa Beach and Helen SchnaiTman, and Tour TacuITy members, Mr. Thorrel B. FesT, Dr. Joseph J. Irwin, Dr. Carroll P. Lahman and Miss Beulah 6. Champ, who is TaculTy adviser and dramaTic direcTor of Al- bion college players. The purpose oT boTh groups, according To Miss Champ, is, "To increase inTeresT, s+imuIa+e creaTive- ness and TosTer arTisTic achievemenT in all The allied arTs and craTTs oT The TheaTer." OTTicers oT Albion college players were: Miss Beach, president ElizabeTh Cross, vice-presidenTg Miss SchnaiTman, Treasurer: Carolyn CarTwrighT, secreTary3 Hazel MoriTz, hisTorian, and CaTharine BrighT, cusTodian. In addiTion, The Tollowing were regular members: Lois Green, James McGoodwin, Clara Morrison and Muriel Pope. AssociaTe members were: Wendell Allen, Har- rieTT Anderson, William BaTey, Barbara Cochran, Mary DaslcaloTT Cornell, Sydney de Goza, Joyce Greenman, Marilyn Harger, George Hopson, Nancy Jaclcson, Carol Jameson, Lorraine Marvin, Edward Neil, Charles ParlchursT, William PeTerson, Alice HampTori Pollard, Inez Rashid, PaT Rodgers, Donald Sessions, DoroThy Shideman, MargueriTe Sparks and RoberT Weiss. The group meT once a monTh. The programs consisTed OT The sTudy oT such dramaTic Techniques as IighTing, malce-up and cosTuming. STANDING: Ferguson, Barcroir, Aburano, Voglesong, Dinger SEATED: Voelker, B. I-Iossield, Tripp, Dr. Sleighi, Dr. Ingalls, Gordon HIIPPII ITIII EP5IL0l'l An honorary organizarion for siudenis wilh supe- rior abiliiy in marhemarics, Kappa Mu Epsilon gives an opporruniry for Hs members fo preseni research papers on maihemafical subiecis. During ihe year, Kennerh Ferguson spoke on The "I-Iisrory and Purpose of Kappa Mu EpsiIon"g John Barcrofi gave "Special Devices for Inregrafing Un- usual Forms"1 Earl Dinger discussed "Ma'rhema+ics in Physics," and William Voglesong +aIIced on "Ma+hemaIics in War." Officers for +he year were: Ferguson, presidenig Barcroii, vice-presidenr, and Berry I-Iossfeld, secre- Jrary-rreasurer. Faculiy advisers were Dr. E. R. Sleighl and Dr. E, E. Ingalls, Orhers in fhe organizaiion were: Fusaiiro Abura- no, Russell Barrow, MariAnn Gordon, Virginia Tripp and Beryl Voellcer. Iniriajred inI'o Ihe irarerniiy in February, l944, were: Janis Barker, Edward Brender, Marion Bunre, Glenn Frye, George Kawano, I-IarrieI"re Leonard, Audrey McPherson, Charles Parlchursr and Susanne Porler. Serving as narional presidenr of Kappa Mu Epsi- Ion rhis year was Dr. Sleighlr, who founded in l9ll ihe rnaihemarics club which in l937 became The Michigan Alpha chapier. The Albion chapier also siarred and sponsors each year fhe Michigan Un- dergraduaie Research conference. 53 IIRT CLUB Making clay lapel pins and designing posTers Tor The lnTerTraTerniTy dance were Two OT The proiecTs oT The ArT club This year. The club, Tormed To pro- moTe exTracurricular inTeresT in The various phases OT arT, sTressed discussions and lecTures aT monThly meeTings and planned slceTching Trips on SaTurdays and Sundays. Club oTficers were: Lois Green, presidenT: JaneT WheaTley, vice-presidenT: Barbara Hall, secreTary, and Francis Lewis, Treasurer. Miss Barbara L. Busch was TaculTy adviser. The group also sponsors exhibiTs oT sTudenT arT, and This year showed a group of painTings by Miss Green in The exhibiTion room of The library from Feb. 20 To March 5. The lasT meeTing OT The club each spring is an annual picnic and oTficers Tor The nexT year are elecTed aT ThaT Time. OTher club members were: ElizabeTh Cross, Jean KlinesTelcer, Lucille Knapman Morey, Barbara Mer- rill, Dona McEachern, Helen Price, Cordelia Ware, and Billie WrighT. Pledges were: ElizabeTh Braley, Nancy Brown, Phyllis Dunham, and Mary Alice Henderson. STANDING: Dunham, WheaTley, Cross, Mclfachern, L. Green, Miss Busch, N. Brown, KlinesTeker, Price SEATED: Henderson, Merrill, Morey, Hall, Ware, WrighT, Braley, F. Lewis 59 STANDING: Bright Dr. PrescoTT, Newman, Howard, Cornell, SharT, BarcroTT SEATED: MaTa, Hanna, Adams, Toncray. Dr. Chiclcering BIOLOGV CLUB SubiecTs ranging Trom ViTamin D To nerves and muscles oT caTs were presenTecI To The Biology club by iTs members aT monThly rneeTings This year. The Talks were given Trom maTerial each member oT The club was inTeresTecI in and The Three senior mem- bers lecTured on The subiecTs in which They were Taking an honors course. The group sponsored Two lecTures by Dr. A. M. Chiclcering and Dr. H. Eugene Geiger on "The Thinking Machine, How IT is Made and How IT Runs." These lecTures were given aT open meeTings lasT Tall. A IecTure on herediTy by Dr. Lee R. Dice Trom The UniversiTy oT Michigan was sponsored by The club aT The end oT March. WiTh a panel discussion on penicillin as The program, The club meT aT Dr. G. W. PrescoTT's home Tor a ChrisTmas parTy. The oTTicers of The club were: Beverley Adams, presidenT: Jack Cochran, vice-presidenT, and Jay Hanna, secreTary-Treasurer. Dr. Chiclcering, Dr. PrescoTT and Miss LoTTa Rogers were The TaculTy advisers. The members OT The club were: JeanneTTe Bar- croTT, CaTharine BrighT, Harry Howard, Valerie MaTa, Claudia Newman, Andrew SharT, Jean Ton- cray and Mary DaskaloTF Cornell, who was gradu- aTed in January. Two new members were accepTed in February, Philip Lange and Warren PaTow. The membership is limiTed To I2 persons. 60 STANDING: Dr. Raihie, Miss Engle, Cochran, Holmes, Shari, Howard, Langley, McPherson, Hanna, Huxfable, Goodwin. D Randall CTATED: Kawano, Cornell, Worccsfer, Voqlosonq, Ferguson, Toncray. Adams, Maia The members of ihe Chemisfry club presenied, ai iheir meeiings during The year, papers dealing wiih four phases of chemisiry. The fields of bio- logical, indusirial, analyiical and organic chemisiry were discussed. Officers for rhe year were: Kennefh Ferguson, preside-nip William Voglesong, vice-president Jean Toncray, secreiaryfrreasurer, and Beverley Adams, program chairman. Club advisers were Dr. Doro- ihy G. Engle and Dr. D. L. Randall. Some of ihe club members were also siudeni affiliafes of 'rhe American Chemical socieiy. Oiher members were: Jack Cochran, Mary Das- lcaloff Cornell, Mari Goodwin, Elizabeih Haller, Jay Hanna, Edward Holmes, Harry Howard, Carherine Huxiable, George Kawano, Philip Lange, Pairicia Langley, Valerie Maia, Audrey McPherson, Jean Mofleli, Warren Paiow, Andrew Shari, and Helen Worcesier. 61 CHEIIIISTIW CLUB STANDING Hancheff Ware Rundles Hauensfen Miss Gray Dr. Irwin, Sayre, Safferihwaife, J. Carlwrighf, l-lammill, Wafson SEATED Dr Baifenhouse C Carfwrlghf Richards Cleary F renfz, Miss McCune A rradirion of Jrhe Conrribuiors' club is an annual picnic in +he spring, ar which rhe members wrire imprompiu poerry. An organizarion for English maiors, Jrhe group meers each monrh ro discuss cur- renl li+era'rure, +o read selecrions from favorire au- 'rhors and ro furfher an inreresr in creafive wriring. Three meerings rhis year were devored fo rhe reading of original work by club members, each person conrribuling an essay, shorl' sfory or poem. Officers 'For 'rhe year were: Elizaberh Cleary, president Elsie Reed Ferenlz, vice-president and Mary 'Jane Richards, secrerary-ireasurer. Dr. H. M. Barlenhouse, Miss Julia McCune, Dr. Joseph J. lrwin and Miss Marian Gray were faculry advisers. Olher club members were: Carolyn Carrwrighr. Joan Carrwrighr, Ellen Greene, Margarel' l-lammill, l-le-len l-lancheir. Margarer l-lauensrein, Parricia ln- galls, Frances Lewis, Marilyn Rundles, Camilla Sar- rerfhwaire, Roxana Sayre, Kafhleen Walker, Cor- delia Ware and Mary Lou Waison. C0l'lTRlBllTORS CLUB 62 50CIOLOGV CLUB The Sociology club was formed on campus lhis year because ol sludenl demand lor an organizalion lor maiors in sociology. Pelilions were circulaled among sludenls and were lalaen lo lhe adminislra- lion. ln November lhe club was organized and Dr. Melvin J. Williams was made lacully adviser. The pulgyoose ol fha group is lo aid sludenls in underslan ing group lile and social relalions gen- erally. Monlhly meelings lealured discussions, leclures and sludenl proiecls. Emphasis was placed on a sludy ol lhe war and ol posl-war plans. Ollicers were: Sydney de Goza, presidenlg Mar- lha Donnelly, vice-presidenl: Trudy DeYoung, sec- relary, and Phoebe Young, lreasurer. Members were: Joyce Blow, Barbara Braun, Lu- Ella Brown, William Brown, Laura Burl, Geraldine Carler, Dorolhy Dinger, Eslher Fenner, lsobel Eos- ler, Ellen Greene, Jane Harrison, Bernice Halch, Mary Jane Hazard, Audrey Heck, Sallie Holcomb, Dorolhy Hudson, Eileen James, Kennelh Kinnear, Joan McGarvah, Jean Mclnlosh, Belly Maroniclc, Yolanda Marlini, Dorolhy Malheson, Dorolhy Mod- lin, Belly Niedermiller, Nancy Norris, Alice Hamp- lon Pollard, Virginia Raabe, lnez Rashid, Jo ce Rumlord, Helen Schnailman, Palricia Schoolley, Marie Slowey, Barbara Taylor, Eleanor While, Jane While and Janice Whillinglon. BACK ROW: G. Carlcr, Halch, Braun, Modlin, V. Carler, Blow, Pollard, Schnailman, J. While E Greene Heck Rashid Mar lini, M. J. Smilh, Mallhews SECOND ROW: Dr. Williams, Young, Donnelly, de Goza, DeYoung, Hazard, Dunlap FRONT ROW: B. Taylor, Malhason, James, McGarvah, Maronick, Fosler, L. Brown, Dinger 65 l FREIICH CLUB STANDING: Plinnolce. Vlfalson, Richards, J. Carlwrighf, Pohly. Chesnul, Salicrlh l B T1 l SFATED: Dr. Gilborl, do Gozo, Wardoll, A. Sloolc, J. Rogers, Blow, McClellan Provincial cusfoms of France and Belgium were 'rhe 'rhemes for Jrhe French club programs rhis year. A Chrislmas program was presenled by Camilla Sarrerfhwaile and Barbara Taylor in which lhe French celebralions a+ Chrisrmas were explained and French carols were sung. A+ one of 'rhe fall meelings, one of The members. Georgiana Ferga- son, recounlred her +ravel experiences in France. She also showed various arricles which she had boughl in France. The French club was founded in l9l5 for Jrhe pur- pose of promoring inleresf in French cusroms, civili- zafion, ari' and music. Members preseni lilerary programs once a monrh. The officers This year were: Kalhryn Biber McClel- lan, president Joyce Blow, vice-presidenfq Jean Rogers, secrelary, and Alice Sleele, Jrreasurer. The members were: Joan Carrwrighl, Jeanne Chesnul, Sydney de Goza, Miss Fergason, Karhleen Kidd, Jeanne Marlin, Mary Jane Richards, Miss Sal- fer'rhwai+e, Miss Taylor, Marjorie Wardell and Mary Lou Walson. 66 SPIIIIISH CLUB STANDING Rumford Hall Margelfs, Cross, Wiley, N. J. Biasfock, L. Green, l-luxfable, J. While Locker N Bro n Knighl Richards Salferfh alle Pr ce, Sayre, Snoolc, Fenner, Burd, Comer SEATED Bwclas Wurdcll Hwrper, Jameson, Whealley, J, Rogers, Dr. Hall The showing of movies of Soulh America, which Wall Disney look while gafhering malerial for his movie "Saludos Amigos," was one of Jrhe highlighrs of fhe Spanish club's acriviiies rhis year. Movies of Mexico, a lecfure in Spanish by a Colombian siudenr, Alberro Cardozo, and slciis in Spanish given by club members were feafured a+ ofher mee+ings. Programs for Jrhe year were planned io give slu- denrs an opporruniry +0 speak Spanish, +o hear if spolcen and ro give a berrer underslranding of 'rhe olher coun+ries of fhe Americas, 'rheir a++i'rudes and cusloms. Officers for 'rhe year were: Jean Elrinqer Backus, president Marjorie Wardell. vice-presidenry Mar- garel l-larper, secrerary, and Carol Jameson, 'frees- urer. Mrs. Royal G. l-lall was fhe faculry adviser. Acfive members of Jrhe club were: Norma Jeanne Biasrock, Nancv Brown, Mary Jane Comer, Elizaberh Cross, Esrher Fenner, Margarel' l-lammill, Mariorie l-lears+, Cafherine l-luxrable, Marilyn Knight Mar- 'rha Loclcer, Jessie Margerrs, l-lelen Price, Jean Rogers, Alice Snoolc, Janer Whearley, Janice Whil- linglon, and Marguerile Wiley. lnaclive members were: Janice Baxrer, Shirley Burd. Shirley Ford. MariAnn Gordon, Lois Green, Barbara Hall, Mary Jane Richards, Joyce Rumford, Camilla SaHer+hwai+e, Roxana Sayre, and Palrricia Schooley. Each year fhe club awards a plaque 'ro 'rhe mosr oulsfanding firsr year Spanish srudenr. ln l94l-'42, if was won by Marion Swarihouf, and in l942-'43 by Eleanor Billings. 07 STANDING: Mr. G-raichen, Brown, Dinger SEATED: Barcrofi, Dr. Morrow, Weiss, Kinncar, Mr. Ecsi, Bunie. Dr. Fuller PHYSICS CLUB Three rnonlhly meelings of Jrhe Physics club lhis year were held wifh 'iwo oiher organizalions in fhe science deparfmenl. A+ ihe November meefing wijrh 1'he Chemislry club Roberf Brown spoke on "Raclioac+iviJry as a Subiecf in Biophysics." A+ 'rhe December and January meefings wi+h Kappa Mu Epsilon, Earl Dinger discussed "Vec+or Analysis" and John Barcrofi reporied on "Difieren'rial Equa- lions." Movies and reporfs by olrher members of Jrhe club furnished Jrhe programs ai 'rhe ofher meeiings. Eirsi semesfer officers were: Barcroil, president Brown, vice-presideni, and Dinger, secrelraryfrreas- urer. During Jrhe second semesfer Dinger was elecied presidenl and Marion Bunie, secreiary- Jrreasurer. Oiher club members were: Eusaiiro Aburano, Russell Barrow, Edward Brender, George Kawano, Kenneih Kinnear, Edward Neil. Charles Parkhursi, Suzanne Porier, Samuel Tomian and Roberl Weiss. Eacully advisers were: Dr. l-larold Q Fuller, Mr. Thorrell B. Eesi, Mr. l-larry A. C5-raichen and Dr. Roger M. Morrow. 63 HOIIIE ECUIIOITIICS CLUB "All The waffles you can eai for 25 cen+s" saiis- iied many hungry pairons oi The annual waffle sup- per sponsored in February by 'rhe Home Economics club. This was Jrhe sixih annual supper 'ro be given by The club: proceeds from 'rhe I943 one boughi a war bond. The officers of l'he club were: Nyce Johnson, president Helen Worcesier, vice-presidenlg Doro- ihy Sessions. secreiaryi Pairicia Langley, freasurer, and Be'r'ry Roclcey. hisiorian. Members of The club were: l-lenrielia Beach, Wilma, Varner and Claire Woodworih. Faculiy members included Miss Pearl Ludy. Miss Sarah George and Miss Florence Hahn. Aclive members gave a dinner for fhe inifiaies ar one of The monihly meeiings. The group siudied ihe founding and organizaiion of ihe local and siaie home economics clubs. Senior members of 'rhe club and seniors in home economics classes were enieriained ai a lunch in ihe spring. The ring cere- mony which is planned for engaged and married senior women was given here for ihe firsi iime. Members of 'rhe club musi be majoring or minor- ing in home economics and musi receive ai leasi a B average in 'rhis field. The purpose of The club is io Hiurlher scholasiic achievemenis in home eco- nomics, io iniroduce home economics info 'rhe com- muniiy and io uniie The classes and inieresi of ihe members in The organizaiionf' STANDING: Beach, Varner, Wooclworih Rockey Miss George SEATED: Miss l-lahn, Worcesier A Johnson Sessions Miss Ludy 69 F 7, . u l 1 I A l :- P ix' 1 HQ. I I - t 1 I 1 6 X x E11 lf l ' V,-FFUA Li . ',., lw..3v, ,. t 1 k 1, V' I lk pK!llv1i n,Y -,1 f " -, . 1,3 'fl M',WfGB 1.u. 1 l .1 t V -:V ' H -' "I 1 '11 Q H I All 11 ,V----V-1111111 ,-. 1 1 yy' A'A 4 ' 1 1 zz, N111 1 ,Elf f V .511Qff3'f'i7,1 f 9 1 1 ', ,fix .f " 1 .1 1 1 -jf' 1 1 1 A 11 . 1 AA 5 1 1 2,A 1- ' '1'T11Wq44"11f 'i.'11E1f1,iYf11Q1g2 :-- 1 ' i ::1"::' 52331231 1 -QQ " 1,5 E 11' - ' :1uEi:IifeR,I..gQ? . 1! -5 11 '11 y , 1 El: ' l'l 1 1 :ry qi Igaltlvmxh L 1,1 :Q -1 11 11 1" 1" 1 f 111111111 11,-11,1 1 ,1 1 - 1 1 I 1 1 F31- QP' Q 1 1 n 1 ,L1 , 1' 11' "'f,,,. 'Z , g . 1 1. 1 yn 1 "' . E 1-Lf' F' W1 ' . M3311 . 1 -. 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The new iniTiaTes Then enTer+ained The acTives by presenTing imprompTu skiTs. Governing The associaTion is The execuTive board. WAA oTTicers Tor The year were BeTTy l-lossTeld, presidenT: Alyce Johnson, vice-presidenT: PaTricia Langley, secreTary, and Suzanne PorTer, Treasurer. These oTTicers were assisTed by The heads OT The eleven sporTs which are oTTered on campus. "SomeThing new" was added To The WAA sporTs lisT when, aTTer ChrisTmas vacaTion, a winTer sporTs program was sTarTed. The success oT The skaTers and skiers indicaTes ThaT The addiTion is here To sTay. For members OT The air crew, TaculTy and sTu- denTs, WAA sponsored several game nighTs in Kresge gymnasium. Swimming, badminTon, ping- pong, shuTTleboard and volleyball were The TeaTures oT The evenings. Each year WAA awards an inrramural cup To The sororiTy which earns The greaTesT number oT poinTs. Every Tall The acTiviTies cup, which was given The DelTa Gammas Tor The year I9-42-43, is presenTed in chapel To The winning group. SPORTS Again This year women have Taken over aThleTics on Albion's campus. The WAAmazons have par- TicipaTed enThusiasTically and whole hearTedly in nearly a dozen sporTs. AT The beginning oT The year rain and cold weaTh- er virTually puT a sTandsTill To sporTs. Archery suT- Tered mosT. The hockey players, undaunTed, played on unTil Campus Clean-up week end in November when Their All STar Teams were compelled by rain To sTop playing aT The halT. Hiking conTinued Through all The seasons, Tall, winTer and spring alike. The baskeTball season was a parTicularly hecTic and complicaTed one, ending wiTh Three undeTeaTed A league Teams in a TirsT-place Tie. ATTer several play-OTT games, The DelTa Gammas capTured The championship. Close behind were The Alpha Chi Omegas and The ZeTa Tau Alphas. ln The B league The ZeTa Tau Alpha Team Took Top honors. "They are The besT group oT bowlers yeT To come Trom The college" was The sTaTemenT oT The pro- prieTor oT The bowling alley which 50 women used Twice each week. This year There was no regular TournamenTg insTead, The scores were averaged aT The end oT The six-week period and The woman wiTh The highesT score was The winner. WiTh "Swim To Tokyo" as Their Theme, aquaTic WAAmazons splashed merrily across The PaciTic. For each woman parTicipaTing, 90 miles crediT was given To her group. The DelTa Gammas, by noT only reaching Tokyo buT also circling Japan and sTarTing back again, placed TirsT. ln second place were The DelTa ZeTas who also circled Japan. ln The spring when The volleyball games sTarTed, oTTicials were overwhelmed aT The huge TurnouT. Two hundred women playing on I7 Teams indicaTe ThaT This season will be The besT yeT seen on Albion's campus. FOURTH ROW: Miss Dunn, TaTe, CarTwrighT, J., Donnelly, Reed, Howard, Harper, WorcesTer, PorTer, Cleary, Langley THIRD ROW: Goodwin, NeTTing, HearsT, Marx, STilwell, Harrison, STeele, S., Morrison, McPherson SECOND ROW: Blow, Rogers, B., STeele, A., Ware, Adams, Johnson, A., McClellan, Pollard FIRST ROW: Hossfeld, B., Campbell, Becker, Loveday .LFG J BACK ROW: Coach Sprankle, ShuTer, Brigham, Kempf, Rydholm, R. McInTosh, F. PcTersen FRONT ROW: R, Moore, Wilson, Meech, Rodda, Miller, STevens, Randall, Snelgrove TRIICH ATTer losing The MIAA ouTdoor Track champion- ship To Alma in I942, The I3riTons regained The TiTle in T943 under The direcTion oT Coach Dale R. Sprankle. Coach Sprankle sTaTes ThaT This Team was The besT ThaT he has had in recenT years and would have given Albion even greaTer honors if The squad could have been kepT inTacT. T-Iowever, even Though The various branches oT The armed Torces called several men, The BriTons Took Third place in The STaTe meeT in addiTion To capTuring The MIAA Throne. ' The Spranklemen also Took The indoor meeT easily. Chuck Wilson seT a new MIAA indoor record Tor The quarTer mile and Bruce STevens Took TirsT place in The IOO-yard dash, The 220-yard race and The law hurdles, in addiTion To being The anchorman on The winning relay Team. Albion had diTTiculTy in scheduling meeTs wiTh oTher schools, because oT The lack OT men, buT won Tour and IosT one in The Tive dual meeTs in which The Team parTicipaTecI. The I3riTons losT only To The UniversiTy of Michigan B Team. STevens was also The high poinT man Tor The ouT- door Team when he again won The same evenTs he Took in The indoor rneeT, Taking The low hurdle TiTle Trom Fred Rydhalm who had been recognized as AIbion's sTar low hurdle man. The college drew a greaT deal oT publiciTy Through The wesT by placing Tour oT Tive men in The ElmhursT Relays aT Elmhurst III., in The spring oT I943. ThirTy colleges parTicipaTed in The meeT. STevens and Wilson again sTarred in The Illinois Tech relays: all Tive Albion men who wenT To The meeT placed. MenTion should also be given To Bud ShuTer who seT a new Albion record in The broad jump aT The sTaTe meeT. This record had been esTablished since I9l4 and ShuTer broke iT and Took TirsT place in The evenT. 1 , Z-5 x .. ' f x Ai E 13 ' v.. f x . f A' ' ' --555'-ESX if M 'ici H X! 6,425 s E ,N Y xhux I X N l " Q. :nik :,:, , KW., - , U: - ' W. 6 Rt , .... .. vi K: ' . . 13"-'Y z x - .- Ani, 5 f , Q Q --:-Y-' ::: sg: " I K 0 X EMA , .,. 4' B X ' - .5 5 I- fLJ,,,,f'iK m Af 4 ,cv '1,,q1K4,gw 6, 1, ,,. A-, .Ay ,Q -4' ff- Hikari 1' A ' Q4 'K Q? if ' N V fx' ' Ti , , i-JT A- .5 EE I- ..:-N .: U, f g. :Zz ?U,?5,, sa XE! , N ,-mg .--,. Q! ., V aw.. ' - ':'r sa an gang , m ss as I I Pr Xm ii rn ,.,, W.-.....- +4 -as 42. W . 5.522 H H H U ,Mg S jg. H E, M aigf ,S ,-H gm H, Marshall, Chinich, Ferrell, Birdwell 70th C. D. T. Albion conTinued The Training program oT avia- Tion sTudenTs during The year, alThough The deTach- menT was one oT The many which The War deparT- menT scheduled Tor wiThdrawal laTe in The spring. The men received boTl'i academic and miliTary insTrucTion Trom college proTessors and miliTary in- 5TrucTors. Members oT The miliTary sTaTT Tor This year were: CapT. Marvin J. Birdwell, commanding oTTicerg LT. Jesse Chinich, ad:uTanT: LT. Eugene Ferrell. direcTor oT miliTary Training, and LT. Melvin L. Marshall, Training oTTicer. CapTain Birdwell replaced Maior K. E. CarpenTer who became The commanding oTTicer aT Oklahoma A. 8: M. CapTain Gordon E. Parker, who was re- placed by LieuTenanT Chinich, was TransTerred To GoodTellow Field, ST. Angelo, Texas. LT. John B. Kelley was Transferred To The Army Air Base aT Garden CiTy, Kan., and he was replaced by Lieu- TenanT Marshall. LieuTenanT Chinich was The only oTTicer oT The original Tive who were presenT in The beginning. The enlisTed men on The sTaTT Tor The year were: MasTer SgT. Byron l-l. Browder, STaTT SgT. Thomas L. Lacina, SgT. James E. Kalemis, SgT. Vernon C. l-lerr, SgT. Roland E. STenger, Cpl. Thomas W. Car- roll,' Cpl. Ellis E. Doyle, Cpl. Edward O'Connor, Cpl. Joseph Rogers, Cpl. Clarence J. RoberTs and PTC. Daniel Kronin. The AviaTion STudenTs lived in The barracks. which were previously The houses oT The Alpha Tau Omega, DelTa Sigma Phi, Sigma Nu and Tau Kappa Epsilon TraTerniTies. Dean Emil LeTTler was The Overseer and co-ordi- naTor oT The academic program. Several hundred AviaTion STudenTs have gradu- aTed Trom The course given and many of The earlier graduaTes have already received Their wings and commissions. "I""4'. - JS M iq. gs.. X , I! 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N, r di' -wk x 3 X 1 i 4 T " fx 2' 'lun 5' IIITEIIFRIITEHIIIW C0lll'lClL STANDING: Kinnear, Hanna, Kesler, PaTTerson, Dinger, McGoOdwin, Rernfer, Brown SEATED: Snelgrove, Hammond, Schneider, MiTchcli WiTh The purpose To coordinajre relalions be- Tween The TraTernal organizaTions and To achieve cooperaTion beTween The TraTerniTies and The ad- minisTraTion, The lnTerTraTerniTy council has conTin- ued acTiviTies This year, alThough on a smaller scale. The annual lnTerTraTerniTy ball, which was planned by The council, was in The Kresge gymnasium SaTur- day, Jan. 22. Alice Ellen SrniTh, DelTa ZeTa, was crowned Greek Goddess by Warren MiTchell, Tale- ing Jaclc Snelgrove's place as presidenT. The col- lege men and air sTudenTs aTTending The dance se- lecTed Miss SmiTh Trom a lisT OT seven Treshman women nominaTed by The lnTerTraTerniTy council. The members oT The courT who parTicipaTed in The ceremony were: MarTha Bridgman, Dean hall. Sally T-liss, DelTa'Gamma, Nancy Jackson, Kappa DelTa, Beulah Nancekivell, Alpha Chi Omega, lvlerediTh PaTon, Alpha Xi DelTa, and BeTTy Peppler, ZeTa Tau Alpha. The oTTicers oT The council This year were: Jaclc Snelgrove, presidenT7 Warren MiTchell, vice-presi- denT: Billy T-lammoncl, secreTary, and James McGoodwin, Treasurer. OTher members OT The council were: RoberT Brown, William Churchill, Earl Dinger, Jay Hanna, RoberT Kesler, KenneTh Kinnear, Russell PaTTerson and Paul Schneider. PIIII-HELLEIIIC COUI'lClL STANDHXIG: J, Rogers, Comer, Tale, Holl, Blow, Neil, Cleary SEATED: Schnailman, Phelps, B. Hossleld, L. Green, Miss Gray To losler genuine lralernily spiril, lo encourage lralernily co-operalion lor lhe common good in all college aclivilies, and lo regulale lhe rules ol rushing and olher mallers ol Pan-he-llenic inleresl are lhe purposes and ideals wrillen inlo lhe con- slilulion ol lhe Pan-hellenic council. The meelings ol lhis council were on lhe lirsl Monday ol each monlh. This year's Pan-hellenic cabinel was composed ol Helen Schnailman, presidenl: Ardilh Phelps, secre- lary, and Belly Hossleld, lreasurer. Miss Marian Gray. dean ol women, was lhe lacully adviser. The council members were: Lois Green and Belly Rockey, Alpha Chi Omega: Elizabelh Cleary and Miss Schnailman, Alpha Xi Della: Mary Anne Holl and Shirley Tale, Della Gamma: Mary Jane Comer and Jean Rogers, Della Zelay Mildred Neil and Miss Phelps, Kappa Della, and Joyce Blow and Miss Hossleld. Zela Tau Alpha. The council lhis year sponsored war aclivilies, such as lhe making ol scrap books, among lhe sororilies, and inauguraled lhe plan ol keeping a dillerenl one ol lhe sororily lodges open one Sun- day each monlh so lhal lhe Air Sludenls slalioned on Albion's campus would have some place lo en- lerlain lheir lamilies or oul ol lown guesls. Re- lreshmenls were provided. Because oluwar-lime reslriclions and lhe limiled number ol men on campus, lhe annual Pan-hellenic ball was nol held lhis year. lnslead, lhe council organized a less elaborale allair, lo which women eilher could come alone or bring dales. Games as well as dancing were ollered as amusemenl, and in conneclioil wilh lhe "Viclory week," war slamps were lhe price ol admission. ...,......... Z' 1fb5'ff 1 We nerr pi Ffa' 3' Al. Q : illsi, f-2 :IE ,ag 5 f 41, 'L' if: F571 1 'kj-5 i"'FJA"gi": CHAPTER OFFICERS Lois Green .A,,,. ,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,... ,,Y.,..... P r e sidenl Ellen Greene .. ,.,,, wY.,,vA V ice-Pre-side-nl Virginia Miller ,,.,...,,.....,. Recording Secrerary Beverley Adams ..,. Corresponding Secretary Elsie Reed Ferenlzw ..........., .s,.,s,,,... T reasurer Founded al DePauw Universily. Greencasfle, ln diana. i885 Bela Clwapler - Esfalolislwed IS87 Number of na+ional chaplrers - 63 Pulolicarion - "True Lyre-" Flower - Scarle+ carnaiion Colors - Scarlel and olive green S2 BACK ROW: Pope, Webb, PlesTer, Kompass, J. Rogers, Greenman, A. Smifh, Fessenden, Cross SECOND ROW: S, STeele, Halmhuber, M. J. SmiTh, WheaTley, Dunham, A. STeele, Gordon, Comer FRONT ROW: Reichle, Childs, MarTini, Marvin. BraTTin E DELTII ZETII WiTh The words oT Warren MiTchell, "On behalf of The lnTerTraTerniTy council, I crown Alice Ellen SrniTh Greek Goddess Tor I943 and l944," DelTa ZeTa's candidaTe won Top honors Tor The much cov- eTed TiTle of Greelc Goddess. Miss Sn'1iTh was elecTed by The college and air crew men presenT aT The lnTerTraTerniTy ball. The ohficers Tor The year were: Jean Rogers, presi- denT: JaneT WheaTley, vice-presidenT: Alice STeele, recording secreTaryg MariAnn Gordon, correspond- ing secrelrary, and Phyllis Dunham, Treasurer. Mary Jane Comer was social chairman. Because oTiThe shorTage of male sTudenTs This year, The DelTa ZeTas had a "l-len" banqueT aT The Parlcen inn followed by a movie, insTead of Their usual Tormal parTy. The sororiTy had The TirsT claTe nighT oT The year on campus, and in January had iTs annual brealcTasT aT which a skiT was given. The recreaTion room was reclecoraTed by The pledges and DelTa ZeTa as a group boughT a UniTed STaTes War bond. wl- ,. , . 'i ' 5- , , N 0 g- '.. 5' K A -.. ,fi L., .mln ...nt -9-ka Yr 14. -if 2:44 CHAPTER OFFICERS Mildred Neil Vw.Y.ww.,.,,v.,,,........,...,A., .Presidenlr Jean Eilinger Backus ...... Vice-Presidenf Margarel Harnmill ,,...,, ,.,, Secrefary Marjorie Wardell ,, .Treasurer Founded ai Virginia Sraie Normal College, Farm ville, Virginia l897 Sigma Pi Clwapier - Esiablislwed I923 Number of nafional chap-+ers - 72 Publicarion - "The Angeles" Flower - While rose Colors - Olive green and pearl while 90 PMI-HELLEIIIC COIIIICIL STANDING: J. Rogers, Comer, TaTe, T-lolT, Blow, Neil, Cleary SEATED: ScTinaiTman, Phelps, B. HossTeld, L. Green, Miss Gray To TosTer genuine TraTerniTy spiriT, To encourage TraTerniTy co-operaTion Tor The common good in all college acTiviTies. and To regulaTe The rules oT rushing and oTher maTTers oT Pan-hellenic inTeresT are The purposes and ideals wriTTen inTo The con- sTiTuTion oT The Pan-hellenic council. The meeTings oT This council were on The TirsT Monday oT each monTh. This year's Pan-hellenic cabineT was composed OT Helen SchnaiTman, presidenT: ArdiTh Phelps, secre- Tary, and BeTTy l-lossTeld, Treasurer. Miss Marian Gray, dean oT women, was The TaculTy adviser. The council members were: Lois Green and BeTTy Rocleey, Alpha Chi Omega: ElizabeTh Cleary and Miss SchnaiTman, Alpha Xi DelTa: Mary Anne T-lolT and Shirley TaTe, DelTa Gamma: Mary Jane Comer and Jean Rogers, DeITa ZeTa: Mildred Neil and Miss Phelps, Kappa DelTa, and Joyce Blow and Miss T-lossTeld, ZeTa Tau Alpha. The council This year sponsored war acTiviTies, such as The malcing oT scrap looolcs, among The sororiTies, and inauguraTed The plan oT keeping a diTTerenT one oT The sororiTy lodges open one Sun- day each monTh so ThaT The Air STudenTs sTaTioned on Albion's campus would have some place To en- TerTain Their Tamilies or ouT oT Town guesTs. Re- TreshmenTs were provided. Because OT war-Time resTricTions and The limiTed number OT men on campus, The annual Pan-hellenic ball was noT held This year. lnsTead, The council organized a less elalooraTe aTTair, To which women eiTher could come alone or bring daTes. Games as well as dancing were oTTered as amusemenT, and in connecTioH wiTh The "VicTory week," war sTamps were The price oT admission. 3 'Eire rp' ngr L . 'E T f ,-3, Ilfljki . . x JQ ang' iv I Q 1 'LLP' .E 242 i .1 - -, Z-,: CHAPTER OFFICERS Lois Green ..,,.,,,.,..., ,,,,7,, ,,,., .,A....... P r e sidenf Ellen Greene ..,., ,...,, ....... V i ce-Presidenl Virginia Miller ..,..,..,,,,,.,, Recording Se-crelary Beverley Adams .,,. Corresponding Secrelery Elsie Reed Ferenlz., ,..,..,,.,,. ..,,.A,,E,,, T reasurer Founded a+ DePauw Universily, Greencasfle, ln diana, l885 Bere Clwaprer - Es+ablisl1ed I887 Number of nalional cliaprers - 63 Publicalrion - "The LYre" Flower - Scarlelr carnafion Colors - Scarlef and olive green 82 BACK ROW: l.oTT, Kinney, L. J. SmiTh, Ford, Rumford, l.. Green, Chase, WoociworTl1, Ware, Hall, Murry SECOND ROW: May, Linderman, Rowland, Toncray, Ferenli, Miller, E. Greene, Adams, Walker, Rockey, Brown, Trengove FRONT ROW: Graebner, E. J. Srnilh, Nancelcivell, Allen, Woodard, Ringelbcrg, STernberg, Seger, Jelsch, M. Wilcox, Granville IILPHII CHI USTIEGII For having The highesf scholasTic average of all The sororiTies and of all The Greek organizaTions on campus, Alpha Chi Omega lasT year won boTh The T-lelen Knappen Scripps cup and The sororiTy-Tra- TerniTy roTaTing scholarship cup. The 2.242 aver- age achieved by The Alpha Chis was The highesT reached Tor many years in The compeTiTion Tor The cups. The officers Tor The year were: Lois Green, presi- denT1 Ellen Greene, vice-president Virginia Miller, recording secre-Tary: Beverley Adams, correspond- ing secreTary, and Elsie Reed Fereniz, Treasurer. Doris Chase was social chairman. l-lera day on March I was dedicaTed This year To The Red Cross drive. The women had charge of a Red Cross booTh in The Albion Commercial and Savings banlc Tor a week, and collecTed The conTribuTions from Susanna Wesley hall and The annexes. The Alpha Chis, cluring The year, gave a "morale boosTer" Tea dance Tor The air crew deTachmenT sTaTioned on campus. On December I9 They had Their annual ChrisTmas lorealcTasT and in January The pledges gave a hayride Tor The acTives. A 'Formal dinner parTy wiTh The Sigma Nus aT Parker inn Took The place of The regular winTer Tormal. .l ,, , 'f' '-,h,,n,,... -- . nv-1531, A H ii.-,,yn.1 ,: F' . it , I l -- CHAPTER OFFICERS Elizabelh Cleary .w...,,,.,.,.,...,............ Presidenf Alice I-lampfon Pollard ....,,,.... :Vice-Presidenf Belly Keffell ..,...,,..Y....,., Recording Secrefary Alyce Johnson .AY,,V,. Corresponding Secrefary Margarel' Harper ..e.,, ,.,Y,...,,...,..... T reasurer Founded af Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois i893 Phi Chapfer - Eslablished l9I5 Number of nalional chapfers - 56 Publicafion - "Alpha Xi Della" Flower - Pink rose Colors - Double blue and gold 84 BACK ROW: Robinson. Whifney, Hulson, Eipper, l-larger, Margells, Norris, Cleary, Holmes, Pollard, l-learsl, Wiley, N. J. Bia- slocln, E. While, Werlz, Palon SECOND ROW: l-luxlable, J. While, Schnailman, Kellell, A. Johnson, Harper. Marlin, Brighl FRONT ROW: Leonard, Gildarl, Redwine, Jones, Callahan. Cochran, lverson, Hill, Dalrymple, Hudson IILPHII XI DELTII To help fhe war effort lhe Alpha Xi Dellas 'rhis year boughl a Uniled Slales War bond in The chap+er's name, and conlribuled one nighl a monlh +0 working on war proiecls. They cornpleled a scrapbook which conlains sporls quizzes and car- 'roons from various magazines, which was senl 'ro amuse convalescing soldiers. This year's officers were: Elizabelrh Cleary. presi- denl: Alice l-lamplon Pollard, vice-president Belly Kellell, recording secrelaryp Alyce Johnson, cor- responding secrelary. and Margarel Harper, Treas- urer. Kalhryn Biloer McClellan was social chairman. Xkfirh funds made from lheir rummage sale, 'rhe pledges redecorafed lhe powder room of 'rhe lodge as parl of lheir pledge proiecl. The sororily boughl new rugs 'lor 'rhe house and redecoraled lhe lnilchen. A valenline lea dance, "The Cupid Capers," was given for college and air sludenls, and a l-liclc parly was given by lhe pledges for lhe aclives. The women inauguraled Jrhis year The praclice of Sun- day aflernoon sings in The lodge. :F , l yr y w r' .QU CHAPTER OFFICERS Mary Anne Holi ..,,.Y.,,........w..Y......,,. Presidenl Suzanne Porler ,........,A,,.,,.,V..,,, Vice-Pre-sidenf Mary Himrnelspaclw .,,... Recording Secrefary Marina Donnelly .,.. Corresponding Secrelary Carolyn Carfwrighf ,.....,.......A.,..,..., Treasurer Founded ai Warren lnslilufe, Oxford, Mississippi I874 Zefa Cliapier - Eslablislwed l883 Number of naiional chaplers - 53 Publicafion - "Ancl1ora" Flower - Cream rose Colors - Bronze, pink and blue 86 BACK ROW: H. Archbold, Taylor, G. Archbold, Brock, KlinesTelser, E. B. Dean, D. Dean, HolT, WrighT, PeTers, C. Wilcox, Hol- lingsworTh, Phillips, WhiTTingTon, Hiss SECOND ROWQ Sparling, BaxTer, Schooley, C. CarTwrighT, F. Lewis, Himmelspach, Langley, PorTer, Donnelly, Emmons, TaTe, lNleTTing, Loveday FRONT ROW: Harrison, Black, J. CarTwrighT, Rundles, MoTTeTT, Morrison, HancheTT, Henderson, WorcesTer DELTII Gllllllilll The DelTa Gamma rendiTion oT "When Day is Done" won Tor The sororiTy Tor The second consecu- Tive year, TirsT place in The spring Song FesT and The Sigma Alpha loTa cup Tor I943. The Women's AThleTic associaTion acTiviTies cup Tor T942-43 was also awarded To The Delfa Gamma sororiTy. This year's cabineT was composed oT: Mary Anne T-lolT, president Suzanne PorTer, vice-presidenT: Mary Himmelspach, recording secreTary: MarTha Donnelly, corresponding secreTary: Carolyn CarT- wrighT, Treasurer, and Frances Lewis, pledge mis- Tress. Janice BaxTer was social chairman. Two more TirsT places came To The DelTa Gammas as They challced up vicTories in The "Swim To Tokyo" conTesT and The inTramural loaslceTball TournamenT. The purchasing OT Two S500 war bonds was The chapTer's conTribuTion To The war eTTorT. Two acTive members oT The chapTer, Miss Don- nelly and Miss HolT, wenT To Bowling Green STaTe universiTy This winTer To aid in The ins+alla+ion oT The new BeTa Mu chapTer There. ValenTine's day was The Theme chosen Tor The annual Tormal pledge parTy This year, which was given aT The home OT Mr. and Mrs. Clarlc Dean, Haven hills. As a chapTer proiecT, The women redecoraTed Their lodge lciTchen. 5 ,Ah t . ii, '575'6S,, " TII EQ' I Illll l 9 'li W CHAPTER OFFXCERS Jean Rogers ............,w...,...,.,.,,.4,...,,, Presideni ,......,,..,..,.......Vice-Presideni Jane? Wlieailey Alice Sfeele ..,...............,. Recording Secreiary MariAnn Gordon .... Corresponding Secreiary Phyllis Dunham ....,...... ...,.........,,.. T reasurer Founded ai' Miami Universiiy. Oxford, Ohio, i902 Bela Pi Cliapier - Esfablished i940 Number of naiional cliapiers - 54 Publicafion - "Tile Lamp" Flower - Killarney rose Colors - Old rose and Vieux green 88 BACK ROW: Pope, Webb, Plesler, Kompass, J. Rogers, Greenman, A. Smilh, Fessenden, Cross SECOND ROW: S. Sleele, Halmhuber, M. J. Smilh, Whealley, Dunham, A. Sleele, Gordon, Comer FRONT ROW: Reichle, Childs, Mamma, Marvin, Benin ' DELTII ZETII Wilh lhe words ol Warren Milchell, "On behall ol lhe lnlerlralernily council, l crown Alice Ellen Smilh Greek Goddess lor I943 and l944," Della Zela's candiclale won lop honors lor lhe much cov- eled lille ol Greelc Goddess. Miss Snnilh was elecled by lhe college and air crew men presenl al lhe lnlerfralernily ball. The ollicers lor lhe year were: Jean Rogers, presi- denlg Janel Whealley, vice-presidenlg Alice Sleele, recording secrelary: MariAnn Gordon, correspond- ing secrelary, and Phyllis Dunham, lreasurer. Mary Jane Comer was social chairman. Because olilhe shorlage ol male sludenls lhis year, lhe Della Zelas had a "l-len" banquel al lhe Parken inn followed by a movie, inslead ol lheir usual formal parly. The sororily had lhe lirsl dale nighl ol lhe year on campus, and in January had ils annual brealclasl al which a slcil was given. The recrealion room was redecoraled by lhe pledges and Della Zela as a group boughl a Uniled Slales War bond. CHAPTER OFFICERS Mildred Neil v,YA.w,A,.,..,v,,...V,..,.,...v,A7V. Presidenl Jean Ellinger Backus .,., gYY.,,, V ice-Presidenl lvlargaref l-lammill ...,v,, .. ,Y.,.. Secrefary Marjorie Wardell ,, .,..,.. Treasurer Founded a+ Virginia Slafe Normal College, Farm ville, Virginia IS97 Sigma Pi Clwapler - Esfablislwed I923 Number of nalional cliapfers - 72 Pulolicalion - "The Angelosu Flower - While rose Colors - Olive green and pearl while 90 BACK ROW: Hudson, Anderson, Thomas, HaTch, Darling, Day, Meyer, Neil, WaTson, Phelps, PriesTley, Haller, Goodwin, Hiclcs SECOND ROW: DaPore, Loclcer, Howard, Richards, Hammill, Baci-aus, Wardell, BurT, Tinkler, Jameson FRONT ROW: Jackson, Heclc, Maroniclc, BarnharT, Paine, Dinger, STewarT, McGar-lah, Gericlc HIIPPII DELTH ln co-operaTion wiTh The naTional organizaTion, The Sigma Pi chapTer oT Kappa DelTa This year helped To provide "Readers DigesTs" To all The Service clubs in The counTry. Red Cross work was also done, and ThroughouT The year Kappa DelTas could be seen scurrying To The Albion Public library, The local Red Cross sTa- Tion, To roll bandages. Scrap books and puzzles were puT TogeTher Tor The beneTiT oT The war veT- erans aT Percy Jones hospiTal in l3aTTle Creek. The cabineT Tor The year was: Mildred Neil, presi- denT: Jean ETTinger Backus, vice-presidenT: Mar- gareT Hammill, secreTary: Marjorie Wardell, Treas- urer: Laura BurT, assisTanT Treasurer, and Mary Jane Richards, ediTor. CaroT Jameson was social chair- man. An exTensive redecoraTion oT The lodge Tool: place early in The Tall, wiTh The painTing oT The house and The basemenT, and The re-upholsTering oT The TurniTure. The NaTional MeriT award given Tor ouTsTanding scholarship and leadership was given This year To The Sigma Pi chapTer. The group gave a Tea dance in The Tall Tor The Air Crew deTachmenT sTaTioned on campus and had iTs Tormal parTy in The lodge laTer in The year. The parTy had a winTer Theme. HX 6 'H -Q-.,.4 . . lr: ,ii M1 57, ,ffiflij 9 if-. .afff CHAPTER OFHCERS Joyce Blow ,,...V7....w. ...,...w..,...,,,,,w.,,, P reside:-if Belly l-lossleld w,.,V.,v......,A. Vice-Presiclenl Dona McEacl'iern .A,,A,A. .,7, R ecordinq Secrcrnry Camilla Salrerflwwaule ,, ,.......,l...,,,,.,....,,,, ,, ....,..,,,...,..............Corresponding Secrelary Marilyn Scoll ,.,.,...,.., ,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,, T reasurer Founded al Virginia Srale Normal College, Farm ville, Virginia, I898 Bela Tau Cliapler - Eslablislwed l929 Number of nafional cliaplers - 79 Publica+ion -- "Tl'iemis" Flower - While violel Colors - Turquoise blue and sfeel gray 92 BACK ROW: SaTTerThwaiTe, Dannells. l-lunT, Simons, Lewis, Shoemaker, Modlin, M. L. SmiTh. Pcppler, Newman, BenneTT, V. Care Tor, G. CarTer, Rodgers, L. M. Srnifh, Price SECOND ROW: VVilIard, McPherson, Malheson, Kidd, McEach:rn, B. l-iossfeld Blow, ScoTT, D. Hudson, AlberTzarT, Soper, l-lauenslein FRONT ROW: McKay, Downs, G-oodspcad, Schwann, Perlins, Williams, Calkins, N. Day, Meyers ZETII Tllll IILPHII ln co-operaTion wiTh all The ZeTa Tau Alpha chap- Ters, BeTa Tau conTrilouTed This year To a Tund which will be used To buy a Mobile uniT To donaTe To The American Red Cross. The uniT will be donaTed in The name of Mrs. Harold I-Till l-lelper, naTional presidenT who died This year. This year's oTFicers were: Joyce Blow, presiclenTg BeTTy l-lossfeld, vice-president Dona Mcliachern, recording secreTaryg Camilla SaTTerThwaiTe, corres- ponding secreTary, and Marilyn ScoTT, Treasurer. l-lelen Price was social chairman. Wifh an undeTeaTed season, The ZeTa Tau Alpha second Team won The loaslceTball championship over The second Teams OT The oTher sororiTies on campus. The sororiTy serenaded The homes oT The chap- Ter's paTronesses and The loarraclcs OT The air crew deTachmenT before Chrislrmas. ln December The ZeTa's had Their formal ChrisTmas pledge parTy, aT which Time The pledges gave a floor show. A Tea dance Tor The air sTuclenTs, a spring Tormal aT The lodge. a dinner-show-nighT Tor The chapTer and a moTher-daughTer Tea in The spring were buT a Tew of The evenTs on The social calendar oT The ZeTa Tau Alphas This year. STANDING: Baley, Frank, Enqsfrom, Lehman, Bell SEATED: Donahue, Brown, McGoodwin IILPHII Tllll OITIEGII The Alpha Tau Omega fra+erni+y inifialed fhree members during 'rhe year. Meelings foolc place al Jrhe home of Mr. F. Morris Cochran. - The ATO spring formal was April 22 and a semi- formal dance wilh Della Tau Delia 'roolc place earlier in 'rhe year. A fall feafure was an informal parly wi'rh I7 members visiling from The armed forces. A pledge pariy had a hard limes Theme. The officers of Jrhe chapler were: James McGood- win, presideni: Alfred Lehman, vice-presidenl: Law- rence Franlc, secrelraryg William Bell, 'rreasurerg Ed- win Donahue, hisiorian, and Roberl' Brown, sergeanl al' arms. 94 STANDING Souders. Brender, Carclozo, Neil, l-lollingsworTh, Gamble, Manly, John or Worrol SEATED Lange Romfer, MiTchcll, Churchill, Mayne DELTII Tllll DELTII The "DeI+a ShelTer" became EasT hall Tor women This Year and The men of DelTa Tau DelTa were scaT- Tered ThroughouT The Town. EighT of Them leTT Tor The armed forces during The TirsT semesTer. WiTh a large pledge class, several alumni, and members of Alpha Tau Omega as guesTs, The DelTs had a war subsTiTuTe Tor Their annual "Black and WhiTe." OTher parTies were arranged during The Year. The owcficers of The chapTer were: Philip Lange, presidenTg Aden Manly, vice-president John Mayne, secrelrary, and Wilbur JohnsTon, Treasurer. The acTiviTies had a highly successTul sporTs sea- son, deTeaTing The pledges Tour Times in baslceTball and once in TooTball Tor good measure. 95 STANDING: Roelofs, Sfaliford. Smifh, Buck, Schneider SEATED: Orr. Mrs. Snowman, Thalner, Hammond 5llGl'lTllf3 EEE Alpha Pi chapier of Sigma Chi iraierniiy was able To lceep iis chapier house open wi+h four aciive members and a number of oiher men room- ing 'rhere ihis year. Social aciiviiies were held 'ro a minimum, bui' having Jrhe house provided an opporluniiy 'ro have weekly dare nighis. Several inferfraierniiv smokers also ioolc place ai Jrhe house. The orlicers of Jrhe chapler Jrhis Year were: Billy Hammond, president Claire Orr, vice-presideni, and Richard Thalner, pro-consul. Mrs. P. A. Snowman. Sigma Chi housemoiher for several Years, remained in +ha+ posiiion Jrhis Year. 96 STANDING: Lowmasier, Weiss, Frye. Barcroff, Hopson, Klinesiekor, Young, Sharp SEATED Snclqrovo, Mrs. Barnes, Marlin, Kinnear Gamma Gamma chapier ol Sigma Nu iniiiaied seven men in December, ihereby becoming +he largesr ac'rive fra+erni+v chapier on ihe campus. The chapier also received Jrhe Dean's cup for high scholarship Jrhe second semesier of I942-43. The officers were: Fred Marlin, president Aaron Sharp, vice-president Roberr Weiss, secreiaryg Kenneih Kinnear, chaplain: Glenn Frye, seniinel, and Roberi Klinesfeker, social chairman. Firsi sem- esler, Jaclc Snelgrove was presidenf and John Bar- crofr was secrerary. The annual Melon feed look place on Cciober 30, wi'rh many alumni preseni, and a semi-formal dinner dance was held in February ai ihe Parker inn. Several hay rides and daie nighls filled oui ihe social schedule. Since ihe chapier house was occupied by ihe army, Jrhe frafernihfs meeiings were in ihe Alpha Chi Omega lodge. A Jrour of inspeciion was ar- ranged, however, so ihai new members could see The chapier house. O7 45, l SIGIIIII llll STANDING: Phillips, Lomas, Vinacow, Holm, Edwards, Gaskell. Brodie SEATED: Barron, Tomian, Palierson, Mrs. Caldwell, Kesler, Shari, Pon Tllll HIIPPII EPSILOIl The Tau Kappa Epsilon leams won The iniramural iirles in boih baslceiball and volleyball lhis Year. Two aclives reirurned al ihe beginning of ihe Year, and six men were iniiiafed on Dec. 5. The Telces gave formal dances Jan. 20 and April 22. Using an apar+men'r a+ 6l3 Michigan avenue as a meeiing place. lhe chapier had an open house and several dale nighls 'ro which orher irafernilies were inviied. As a proiecl, fhe pledges wroie leiiers io each member in ihe service. The chapier pledged an average of S2 per person lo The World Siudeni Service fund. The officers of lhe chapier were: Roloeri Kesler, presiclenlq James Phillips, secrelaryg Samuel Tomian, chaplain: Leo Holm, sergeanl al' arms, and Andrew Shari, pledge masler. 98 - L L Q STANDINGS Morrison, Dledrich, Leenhoufs. Kircher, Pelerson. Sessions, Barrow, Pafow Slaple Aburano SEATED K1 an Dunlap, Mrs. Williamson, Cochran. Voglosong. GOUDRICH CLUB The members of Goodrich club celebrafed Jrhe 'rwelflh year of lhe club's exisience and Mrs. A. A. Williamson's lenlh year as housemoiher This year. An anniversary banquel and receprion in honor of Mrs. Williamson look place on Jan. 22. The officers lhis year were: Jack Cochran, presi- denfg William Voglesong, vice-president George Kawano. secrelaryq Granf Dunlap. lreasurer: Fusa- iiro Aburano, house manager, and l-larry l-loward, sleward. In November, 'rhe club had a combined Thanks- giving dinner wilh Dean hall and a semi-formal din- ner-dance was given December 4. The club also serenaded lhe dormilory and weni Chrisrmas carol- ling wilh The women of Dean hall. The annual Muslache conlesl was won by Richard Slaple wiih Kei+h Leenhoufs being awarded 'rhe fu- +ili+y mug. The ihree relurning members of Fislce lodge joined +he club a+ +he beginning of lhe year. 99 Albion rg College Q ALBION, Mics-ue-AN Founded, in I835 Known as The "college oi dislinguislwed alumni," Albion underlakes Io edu- caie llie leaders of Tomorrow. ON THE STEPS OF STOCKWELL LIBRARY , Willw Ilwe I944 eslablislwmeni of a full Summer Semesler, Albion has l now become a year-round college wlwere Ilwose wlfmo desire Io may , graduale in less Ilian Ilie usual four years. LIBERAL ARTS Pre-Professional Courses including including Music, Ari, Home Economics, Engineering Public Speaking, Creaiive Wrii- Denlislry - Medicine ing, Business Adminisirafion, Foresiry - Law Journalism Nursing Special war relaled courses include malliemalics, navigaiion, radio, eleclronics, pbolography, meleorology. Well Trained FacuII'y - Excelleni Equipmeni' - Moderaie Cosf Full Accrediialion by Norilw Cenlral Associalion of Colleges and Secondary Schools Associarion of American Universiiies American Associalion of Universily Women Address: Presidenl Jolm L. Seaion, Ph.D., Albion College, ALBION, MICHIGAN 100 Photography IS Important - during these War Times, as never hetore. At the tront and in battleq in industry and in science - success depends directly upon Photography OF NO LESS IMPORTANCE is the exchange ot good PORTRAITS between the men in the service and the tollcs at home. Pictures are acclaimed the greatest Morale Builder L7Tll'T1S 7716137 C UT CTC! Cl ILTLHI IYTIE. 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Priniers of Ihe A I944 ALBIONIAN Yearbook Prinfers 'For Over 30 Years CompIimen+s of MAPLE CITY DAIRY CU. MARKET PLACE PHON Albion, Michigan EI9 Haven Hills The Gale REGISTERED GUERNSEY ' Manufacturing GOLDEN MILK Company MRS. GEO. E. DEAN, Pr p Glen FOX' M Q GREY IRON SEMI-STEEL P R I N T I N G AND of All Kinds ALLOYED CASTINGS STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES , The Artcraft Press H. L. Reynolds, Prop. Albion - - Michigan 7 Frost s Shoe Store . Same LocaI'ion Since I867 Shoes for Every Purse COMPLIMENTS and Purpose OF BOHM and ALBION THEATERS ALBION - - - MICHIGAN Ladies' Ready-Io-Wear CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES Exclusive Bu'I Na+ Expensive Estelle Dress Shop The Service Caster and Truck MlTCHELL'S coNrEcTloNARv Company Sam Vafiadis, Prop. ALBION, MICHIGAN O CompIImenIs OI Manufaciurers of MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT ALL OUT PRODUCTION to speed the NationaI War Effort ,and insure early V IC T 0 R Y UNION STEEL PRODUCTS COMPANY MADE IN ALBION USED ROUND THE WORLD 6 MCDOUGAL 8g YOUNG Dealers in QUALITY FUELS Phone II8 II6 N. Superior SIreeI ALBION QUALITY COUNTS IN FURNITURE - HARDWARE BOOTH'S 400 S. Superior I06-8 E. Erie You can WHIP our cream but You can'+ beai our miII4 HICK'S DAIRY BULLEN'S DRY GOODS Ladies' Ready-'Io-Wear and General Dry Goods BULLEN'S Com pIimen'rary HOME LAUNDRY The Aibion MaIIeaI.:Ie Iron Company Makers of High Grade MALLEABLE IRON CASTINGS O ALBION, MICHIGAN HUUNS we ARE AT YOUR HAHIJWAHE SINCE 2, TUUHTENHAGEN JEWELER OPTOMETRIST L. F. BLAISUELL . Fine-s+ CIo+I'1ing For CoIIegiaIes A+ The Sign of I'I1e Big Clock ' CHI'1ISTENSEN'S C ,. MARKET omp lmenfs of GROCERIES and MEATS Albion, Michigan Mallufactlllfilig Company READY'TO'WEAR CLOTHING, SHOES ALBION, MICHIGAN ., Vaughn 8: Ragsflale ' Men's Sfore - Wome-n's SI'ore HUFFMAN'S "The IVIen's S+ore" Citizens Lumber Co. FURNISHINGS - CLOTHING PHONE I65 Phone 307 3I0 S. Superior S+. Albion Michigan Up-to-Date Band Box . Electric Cleaners , Shoe Repair PHONE 40 IO0 N. Superior Phone 4I4 ALBION COLLEGE Co-operative Association I College Book Store Esialolished I893 William Peiersori, Manager Lorraine Plinneke. Ass? Manager 10 . Bishop Furniture Co. COMPLIMENTS QI: ALBION, MICHIGAN COLLEGE EAT SHOP Compliments ot Albion v Gas Light Co. he Albion College Alumni Association Founded l86I Incorporated l872 Ottice Established I926 "Conservator ot the Past - Aid to the Present - Advocate ot the Future" Member ot the American Alumni Council Invites The Membership and Cooperation ot Every Former Student ot Albion Through The Alumni Loyalty Fund Membership entitles the holdew to Io Triumphe Bulletins. Directories and insures the continuing of many College Friendships and Contacts K. J. HOLLINSHEAD, Sec'y BOX 37. ALBION, MICHIGAN 110 The Commercial ancl Savinqs Bank Under Federal and Siaio Member Sup Complirnenis oi . , . Fm. R ese, ve in Sullivan s Dairq Federal Deposif Insurance Corporai American swim Asmisii Albion. 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