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Administrative and Other Staff Members
E M I L LEFFLER,
M.A., LL.D., Deang
PAUL R. TRAUT-
MAN, B.A., Business
GRAY, M.A., Dean of
Worneng MARVIN F.
PAHL, B.A., Registrar.
ROBERT G. KELSEY, M.S., Business Secre-
taryg LUCILLE-WICKENS, Assistant Regis-
trarg MARGUERITE GUYSELMAN, Assist-
ant Bookkeeperg ANNA K. B. HOLLINS-
HEAD, M.A., Director of Publicityg DOR-
OTHY FINNI, Receptionistg KATHARINE
DOWDING, Secretary to the Presidentg
KENNETH J. HOLLINSHEAD, A.B., Alum-
ni Secretaryg Cnot in picturej S. LESTER
HARGER, B.A., Field Representative.
A. M. CHICKERING, Ph.D., Professor
of Biologyg GERALD W. PRESCOTT,
Associate Professor of Biology:
LOTTA M. ROGERS, M.S., Assistant
Professor of Biology: DOROTHY
ENGLE, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Chemistry: DAVID RANDALL, Ph.D.,
Professor of Chemistry: Cnot in picturej
WILLIAM J. GILBERT, Ph.D., Assist-
ant Professor of Biology.
JULIA McCUNE, M.A., Instructor in
English, CARROLL P. LAHMAN,
Ph.D., Professor of Speech: BEULAH
CHAMP, M.A., Assistant Professor of
Speech and Englishg HENRY M. BAT-
TENHOUSE, Ph.D., Professor of Eng-
lishg JAMES W. BROCK, M.A., In-
structor in Speechg MARIAN GRAY,
M.A., Assistant Professor of Englishg
JOSEPH J. IRWIN, Ph.D., Associate
Professor of English and Journalism.
GEORGE WALKOTTEN, M.A., In-
structor in Education: H. EUGENE
GEIGER, Ph.D., Professor of Psychol-
ogy? WILLIAM C. HARTON, M.A.,
Instructor in Education: T. M. CAR-
TER, Ph.D., Professor of Education.
CLEMENT Rooo, P11.1v1., Professor
Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy:
E. R. SLEIGHT, M.A., Sc.D., Professor
of Mathematicsg REGINALD T. HAR-
LING, M.A., Assistant Professor of
Physics: EDMUND E. INGALLS,
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathe-
maticsg HAROLD Q. FULLER, Ph.D.,
Professor of Physics.
H. O. HENDRICKSON, Ph.D., Pro-
fessor of History and Political Scienceg
ROYAL G. HALL, Ph.D., Professor of
Historyg E. MAYNARD ARIS, M.B.A.,
Assistant Professor of Economics and
Business Administrationg Cnot in pic-
turej WALTER TERPENNING, Ph.D.,
Professor of Economics and Sociology.
MARY E. MCKINNEY, Ph.D., Assistant
Professor of Classicsg ONETA MAX-
WELL, M.A., Instructor in Spanishg
DONALD M. GILBERT, Ph.D., Pro-
fessor of Modern Languagesg VERA
BUCK HALL, Ph.D., Assistant Pro-
fessor of Modern Languagesg ETHEL
ROOD, A.B., Instructor in Modern
Languages: GEORGE B. RATHJE,
Ph.D., Instructor in German.
FLORENCE HAHN, M.A., Instructor
in Home Economicsg BARBARA L.
BUSCH, M.A., Instructor in Artg
PEARL LUDY, M.A., Assistant Pro-
fessor of Home Economics: ROSE
SCI-IAUER, M.A., Instructor in Home
DALE R. SPRANKLE, M.A., Director
of Athletics: MARY LOUISE LANG.
B.S., Instructor in Physical Education
for Womeng E. F. VOLTMER, Ph.D,
Professor of Physical Educationg JO
DUNN, M.A., Instructor in Physical
Education for Worneng WALTER
SPRANDEL, M.A., Assistant Professor
of Physical Education.
JOHN S. MARSHALL, Ph.D., Professor of Phi-
losophyg FREDERIC S. GOODRICH, M.A., D.D.,
Litt.D., College Chaplain and Professor Emeritus
of the English Bibleg CHARLES F. KRAFT,
Ph.D., Professor of Religion.
NELLIE FIELD, Mus.B., Instructor in
Piano: CONWAY PETERS, Ph.D.,
Professor of Violin and Conducting:
LOUIS U. ROWLAND, Mus.B.,
Mus.D., Director of Music and Professor
of Piano and Theory: DAVID L.
STRICKLER, M.A., Instructor in
Voiceg Cnot in picturej ROSE HAMM,
M.A., Instructor in Public School
Musicg DUDLEIGH VERNOR, In-
structor in Organ.
LORETTA AREY, A.B., Assistant in
the Libraryg ALICE RIDENOUR, B.S.,
Librarian: RUTH ORR WEISS, A.B.,
B.S. in L.S., Assistant Librarian.
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Hossfeld, Shattuck, L., Fraser, M., Church, Morrison, Porritt, Dr. Marshall, Sharp, A.
This year has been a busy one for the Student council in its efforts to promote the
welfare of the students, furnish efficient and adequate leadership for student activities
and consider campus problems and the solving of them.
The one-hour extension on women's Saturday night privileges, women cheer
leaders and sponsorship of two all-school dances was a part of their work.
Pep rallies and snake dances during football season were held for the First time
in several years. Supervision of a "bust out" each semester and revision of the
chaperon rule list are other of the activities.
Caravans to Ypsilanti and Kalamazoo, following Albion's MIAA championship
basketball team, was the work of the council, along with help in canvassing for rooms
for veterans during the second semester. The council has also worked with the Com-
mittee on Improvement of Instruction in regard to policies concerning blue books.
Representatives of all college groups, classes, sororities, fraternities and inde-
pendents, constitute the membership in the council.
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Association of Women Students
Changing its name from W.S.G.A. to the Association of Women Students this
mediation body began its year with a reception tea to welcome freshman women.
A.W.S. next assisted in the First Homecoming since pre-war years by setting up
the freshman leaf raking schedule for dormitory and annex grounds.
Combining with the Student Council later in the year, the Association planned a
"Bust Out", and students found themselves, much to their delight, at a dance in the
middle of the week.
November saw the traditional Harvest Wreath ceremony, which marked the
beginning of the winter season. The wreath was hung over the fireplace by the
president, Audrey McPherson.
Also during the year, the Association took charge of the senior carolling and
breakfast at Christmas time, the spring breakfast and the Red Cross drive in the
dormitory and annexes.
Two delegates, this year's president, and the president for the coming year,
attended the convention of the Central Region of the I.A.W.S. held at Northwestern
Because of the large number of women students, the precedent established last
year of having two campus meetings was continued. Thus, besides having the regular
dormitory meetings, the officers of the Association went over to the Erie street
campus to conduct additional meetings there.
The officers for the year were: Miss McPherson, presidentg Marjorie Hossfeld,
vice-presidentg LuElla Brown, secretary, and Jean Moffet, treasurer.
STANDING: Steele. Harrison, Church, Hock. Whitnev, Moffett. Shattuck, M., Shattuck, L. SEATED:
Mrs. Wolfe. Brown, Hossfcld. Miss Gray. McPherson.
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Independent W o m e n ' s
league: Kappa Mu Epsilon:
Dean hall, secretary-treas-
Independent Men's union,
vice-president: Albion Col-
lege Players: Kappa Mu
Epsilon: Physics club:
track: A club
Alpha Chi Omega, presi-
dent: AWS, secretary: Soci-
ology club: Pan-hellenic
council: Who's Who: WAA
Delta Gamma: Phi Beta
Kappa: Contributor's club,
president: French club, sec-
retary: Zeta Epsilon Lamb-
da. treasurer: Alpha Lamb-
da Delta, historian: WAA
Zeta Tau Alpha. secretary:
Zeta Epsilon Lambda: Al-
bion College Players: Phy-
sics club: WAA: YWCA:
Senior class secretary
Student council: P l e i a d
staff: Band: Orchestra
Zeta Tau Alpha: Sociology
club: Pleiad staff: WAA:
Tau Kappa Epsilon: Omi-
cron Delta Kappa: Band:
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Alpha Tau Omega: A
Delta Gamma: WAA:
Independent Men's union.
president: Varsity debate
Phi Beta Kappa: Sigma
Alpha Iota. treasurer: Forum
club, vice-president: Alpha
Lambda Delta: Albion Col-
lege Players: a cappella
choir: Who's Who: WAA:
Patricia Brock .
Delta Gamma: Contributor's
club: Orchestra: Oratory
Kappa Mu Epsilon, secre-
tary-treasurer: Physics club,
Delta Zeta. president: Phi
Beta Kappa: Theta Alpha
Phi: Mortar Board. vice-
president: Alpha Lambda
Delta, president: Kappa Pi,
secretary: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda: Albion College
Players. president: Spanish
club: Pan-hellenic council:
Independent W o m e n ' s
league: Biology club: Chem-
istry c l u b : Orchestra:
Delta Gamma: Home Eco-
nomics club, vice-president:
Debate: WAA: YWCA
Alpha Xi Delta, vice-presi-
dent: Spanish club, secre-
tary: Sigma Alpha Iota,
secretary: a cappella choir:
Zeta Tau Alpha, secretary:
Sociology club, vice-presi-
Zeta Tau Alpha: Sociology
club: Zeta Epsilon Lambda:
Kappa D e l t a : Sociology
club: Kappa Pi: WAA:
Sigma Chi: Phi Mu Alpha,
treasurer: "A" club: Foot-
ball: Track: Band: Orches-
Independent W o m e n ' s
league: Orchestra: YWCA
Kappa Delta: Sociology
club: Chemistry club: Pan-
hellenic council: WAA
Zeta Tau Alpha: French
club: Contributor's club,
Alpha Xi Delta: Chemistry
club: Home Economics club.
president: Z e t a Epsilon
L a m b d a , vice-president:
Spanish club: WAA: YWCA
Ethel Belle Dean
Delta Gamma: Kappa Pi.
vice-president: Home Eco-
nomics club, treasurer: Pub-
lications council, secretary:
WAA board: YWCA
Alpha Chi Omega, corre-
sponding secretary: Sociol-
ogy club: YWCA
Kappa Delta, president: Phi
Beta Kappa: Mortar Board,
treasurer: Alpha Lambda
Delta: Chemistry club: Bi-
ology club: Senior class
treasurer: Who's Who :
WAA board: YWCA
J ay Hanna
Delta Sigma Phi: Chemistry
club: Biology club, secre-
Alpha Xi Delta: Contribu-
tors club: Pleiad staFl':
W A A , vice-president:
Zeta Tau Alpha: Sociology
club: WAA: YWCA
K a p p a Delta: Sociology
club: Zeta Epsilon Lambda:
Tau Kappa Epsilon: Delta
Sigma Rho: Omicron Delta
Kappa: Forum club: Publi-
cations council: Debate
Delta Gamma: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda, president: Sociol-
ogy club: Campus Religious
c o u n c i 1 , vice-president:
AWS board: Who's Who:
YWCA, social chairman
Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-presi-
dent: Forum club: Pan-
hellenic council. president:
Student council.: AWS
board: Who's Who: Choir:
Y W C A , vice-president:
Zeta Tau Alpha: Forum
club: Band: WAA: YWCA
Sigma Nu: Omicron Delta
Kappa: Interfraterni-ty coun-
cil, president: Co-op asso-
ciation manager: Pleiad
staff: Who's Who
Alpha Chi Omega: Soci-
ology club: Classical club:
YWCA cabinet: Zeta Epsi-
lon Lambda: WAA
Independent W o m e n ' s
league: YWCA, president:
Campus Religious council,
president: Wesley Fellow-
ship, director: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda: Varsity debate:
Who's Who: WAA
K a p p a Delta: Sociology
club: WAA: YWCA, secre-
Zeta Tau Alpha: Zeta Ep-
silon Lambda: Sociology
club: WAA: YWCA
Spanish club, treasurer:
MARY JEAN KLINESTEKER
ALICE JEAN MOFFETT
BETTY ANN RENTON
LAURA JEAN SILL
MARY LOU WATSON
Mary Jean Klinesteker
Delta Gamma, recording sec-
retary: Kappa Pi: YWCA
Delta Tau Delta, vice-
president: A club: Football:
German club: Zeta Epsilon
Alice Jean Moffett
Delta Gamma, president:
Mortar Board. president:
AWS, treasurer: Chemistry
club: Kappa Mu Epsilon:
Who's Who: WAA: YWCA
Alpha Xi Delta: Sociology
club: Zeta Epsilon Lambda:
F r e n c h club. treasurer:
Spanish club: YWCA
Spanish club, vice-president:
Delta Gamma: Alpha Phi
Gamma: Forum club: Co-
business manager of Albi-
onian and Pleiad: Choir:
Alpha Xi Delta, treasurer:
Spanish club, president:
Forum club: Campus Re-
ligious council: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda: Who's Who: WAA
Alpha Xi Delta: Forum
club: WAA: YWCA
Alpha Xi Delta, treasurer:
Phi Beta Kappa: Mortar
Board, editor: Albionian,
editor: Alpha Phi Gamma:
Alpha Lambda Delta: Home
Economics club, secretary:
Sociology club: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda: Wesley Fellow-
ship: Campus Reli ious
council, secretary: X5ho's
Who: WAA: YWCA
Zeta Tau Alpha. correspond-
ing secretary: Kappi Pi,
president: WAA: YWCA
Dean hall: Sociology club:
K a p p a Delta: Sociology
Zeta Tau Alpha: Sociology
club: Zeta Epsilon Lambda:
Clara Morrison A
Delta Gamma: Albion Col-
lege Players: WAA: YWCA
Independent W o m e n ' s
league, treasurer: Wesley
K a p p a Delta, treasurer:
Classical club, president:
Zeta Epsilon Lambda:
WAA. president: YWCA
Alpha Xi Delta: Kappa Mu
E p s i lo n, vice-president:
Zeta Tau Alpha, president:
AWS. president: Mortar
Board: A 1 p h a Lambda
Delta: Kappa Mu Epsilon:
Chemistry cl u b : Who's
Who: Varsity debate:
Sigma Chi: Omicron Delta
Kappa: Delta Sigma Rho:
Kappa Mu Epsilon: Physics
club: A club
Delta Gamma: Pan-hellenic
council, treasurer: Spanish
club: Forum club: WAA:
Sigma Nu: Phi Beta Kappa:
Omicron Delta Kappa: Kap-
pa Mu Epsilon: Theta Alpha
Phi: Alpha Phi Gamma:
Delta Sigma Rho, president:
Phi Mu Alpha: Publications
council. president: Physics
club, president: Albion Col-
lege Players, vice-president:
Contributor's club: Pleiad
staff: Band: Orchestra
Betty Ann Renton
Zeta Tau Alpha: Co-op asso-
ciation: WAA: YWCA
Alpha Xi Delta: Phi Beta
Kappa: German club: Publi-
cations council: Wesley Fel-
lowship: WAA: YWCA
Band: Orchestra: YWCA
Kappa Delta: Kappa Mu
Epsilon, president: Sigma
Alpha Iota: German club:
AWS board: Co-op associa-
tion: Orchestra: College
String ensemble: WAA
Delta Zeta. vice-president:
Spanish club: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda: AWS board:
Alpha Chi Omega, treasurer:
Kappa Pi: French club:
Contributor's club: Albion
College Players: Pleiad
staff: Albionian s t aff :
Sigma Nu: A club: Track
Laura Jean S111
Alpha Chi Omega, vice-
president: Mortar Board:
Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-
president: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda: a cappella choir:
Madrigal singers: WAA:
Delta Gamma: Co-business
manager of Albionian and
Pleiad: Alpha Phi Gamma:
Spanish club: Forum club:
Mary Lou Watson
Kappa Delta, vice-president:
Sigma Alpha Iota, president:
Alpha Phi Gamma: Con-
tributor's club, secretary-
treasurer: French club: Al-
WAA: YWCA bionian associate editor:
Pleiad staff: Band: Orches-
tra: Senior class vice-presi-
dent: WAA: YWCA
Alpha Xi Delta, president:
Phi Beta Kappa: Mortar
Board, secretary: Alpha
Lambda Delta: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda: Co-op board:
French club: Spanish club:
Zeta Tau Alpha: Sociology
club, president: Albion Col-
lege Players, treasurer: De-
bate: WAA: YWCA
Sigma Nu, president: Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, president:
Student council. president:
Forum club: YMCA, presi-
dent: Debate: Who's Who
Sigma Chi: Omicron Delta
Kappa: Phi Mu Alpha,
treasurer: a cappella choir:
Madrigal singers: Pleiad
staff: Omicron Delta Kappa:
Who's Who: YMCA
Zeta Tau Alpha, treasurer:
Sociology club: French club,
vice-president: W A A :
Alpha Chi Omega: Sociology
club: WAA: YWCA
Delta Gamma: Pleiad edi-
tor: Alpha Phi Gamma:
Spanish club: Contributor's
Independent W o m e n ' s
league: Dean hall, presi-
dent: Student council, secre-
tary-treasurer: Biology club:
Zeta Epsilon Lambda: Wes-
ley Fellowship: Campus Re-
ligious council: Who's Who:
Spanish club: Albion College
Players: Forum club: secre-
tary-treasurer: D e b a t e :
Fiske lodge: Sociology club:
a cappella choir
Zeta Epsilon Lambda: Wes-
ley Fellowship: Sociology
club: WAA: YWCA
Melbourne Worfel Harrison Jacobs
Biology club, president. Graduate Student
MARIE LOUISE GRAHAM
MARY ANN JELSCH
ALTA MAE ADAMS
LOUIS BELL RICHARD AYLING
RUTH BLYVEIS GEORGIA BACALIS
MARIAN BOWMAN FLORA NELL BARTON
ROBERT BUDGE MARTHA BRIDGMAN
BARBARA CALLAHAN PATRICIA BROWN
PHYLLIS CARLTON JACK BUCK
CAROL CONWAY MARY CHILDS
OLIVE COX JEANNETTE CHURCH
JANET CURLEY BARBARA COCHRAN
. JEAN LYONS
MARILYN SIMMONS MYRTLE REUL
ARTHUR SKULSTAD ELLA JEAN SEAVITT
ALICE ELLEN SMITH AUDREY SI-IUETT
BETTY STERNBERG MARY SNYDER
AMY THOMAS WILFORD SOUDERS
ELDRED TOUTANT NORMA SPAFFORD
PHYLLIS WERTZ JEAN VAN DUZEN
MARGARET WHITNEY MARJORIE VAN VOLKENBURGH
CAROLYN WILCOX PATRICIA WEBB
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FOURTH: Manley, Swan, Wenzel, Friedrick,
FIFTH: Rylander, Holmes, R., Harding.
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RIGHT: Siders, Crawford, Engstrom, Cobb.
TOP: Humphries, Eby, Thompson, Freligh.
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johnson, Corbin, Goll, Birnkrant, McIntosh, Novak,
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Olenzek, Osland, McClellan, Watson.
Closson, Brosier, Kerr, Blake, Weybright.
Campbell, Idle, Murphy, McConnell, Hancock.
Linam, Becker, C., Gittus, Skeels, Perkins, Wiggins, Hurl-
Turner, Noyes, Culver, Randolph, Wint, Kracko, Wiltsie,
Bumler, Poelstra, Ford.
Field, Gresso, Watkins, Jensen, Mosher, Sommerville,
Zeindler, Anderson, Steininger.
Boothroyd, Rogers, Yeomans, Braun, Peterman, Bicknell,
Oddy, Young, Crow.
Slout, Denecke, Vance, Wicks, Nolan, Rufe, Johansen,
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Criner, Redman, Gee.
Crandallj Bower, Farver, Adgate, Newcomb, Porter,
Wykoff, Eckstrom, Snodgrass, Pearce, Miller, McIlven-
nan, Randolph, McLay, Stiles, Nelson.
Schoenheit, Morrison, Murray, Beebe, Warner, Bourg,
Richards, Tompert, Hayes, Allen, C., Sumner, McLaren, Ellis, Dackroth, Black, W., Yateman
Callahan, Devine. Hunt Duncan.
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TOP ROW: Smith. V., Vincelette. Garber, Murray, Fitzgerald, Anderson, N., Hoag,
Dunham, Wilcox, M. SECOND ROW: Burns, Graebner, Welcke, Ware, Brown. Sill,
Sternberg, Granville, jelsch. THIRD ROW: Wilson, M., Spouse, Enge, Helton, Grant,
Crow, Watson, J. NOT IN PICTURE: Braun, Bussey, Campbell, French, Gee, Graham,
May, Platzke, Toncray, Wilson, E.
Alpha Chi Omega
The traditional Father-Daughter week-end of the Alpha Chis began on a Saturday
night with a banquet at the Masonic Temple, after which the members and their fathers
attended a basketball game at the Kresge gymnasium. After the game there was
dancing, cards, and the presentation of an original skit on "Fathers" at the lodge.
The week-end concluded with Sunday dinner at Susanna Wesley hall.
Six members of Alpha Chi Omega have completed their second year of volunteer
nursing at the Sheldon Memorial hospital. Each woman spends four hours a week at
Other activities were a scavenger hunt and. party at the lodge, a traditional
Christmas breakfast with the exchange of white elephant gifts, and a winter formal
which was a dinner-dance at the Cascades Country club in Jackson.
The inauguration of an Initiation banquet at which prominent alumnae of the
sorority spoke was second semester 1945-'46. It is hoped that this will grow to be an
Alpha Chi officers were LuElla Brown, presidentg Laura jean Sill, vice-president:
Pauline Woodard, recording secretaryg Isobel Foster, corresponding secretary: Cor-
delia Ware, treasurer, and Marilyn Granville, social chairman.
Smith, G., Long,
The Alpha Xi Deltas were awarded the Helen Knappen Scripps cup for high
scholarship second semester of 1944-'45 and the Sigma Alpha Iota Song Fest cup for
1944-'45, which was won with the song "Spring Rain".
During the year the members of Alphi Xi Delta had a date night, a "Hick Huddle"
party given by the pledges for the actives, an open house at the beginning of the
second semester for all men on campus, and a tea in honor of President and Mrs. W.
W. Whitehouse to which all faculty members were invited.
The Snow Ball, the winter formal, had snowmen, stars and snow decorations to
carry out the winter theme. The traditional basketball dinner was given for the mem-
bers of the intercollegiate basketball team.
Members of the cabinet were Marguerite Wiley, president, Norma Biastock, vice-
president, Jessie Margetts, recording secretary, Catherine Huxtable, corresponding
secretary, Nancy Norris, treasurer, Margaret Whitney, pledge-mistress, and Marilyn
Harger, social chairman.
lpha Xi Delta
TOP ROW: Cochran, Dalrymple, Fairbairn, Whitney, Smale, Allen, Callahan, Walkotten, Hock, Siders,
Jack, Buelteman, Harper, Lang, Ahrens, Holmes, Jones, H. SECOND ROW: Harger, Norris, Huxtable,
Hearst, Robinson, Wiley, Biastock, Margetts, Leonard, Niedermiller, Moorcroft, Vance. THIRD ROW:
Rufe, Constantine, Jensen, Sawyer, Barnes, Lindow, Roosevelt, Hallett, Hanson, Bowker. NOT IN
PICTURE: Blair, Carpenter, Jenella, Fraser, J., McLaren, Nicholson, Sumner.
For the first time in three years the Delta Gammas were able to resume their
traditional football banquet for the intercollegiate football team, which had not been
active since 1943. The women provided a vegetable corsage for each man.
The active members of the chapter chartered a bus to attend the installation and
initiation of the new chapter at Michigan State college.
The women of Delta Gamma were awarded the WAA activities cup for the second
semester of 1944-'45.
Officers for this year were Jean Moffett, president: Patricia Loveday, vice-
presidentg Mary Jean Klinesteker, recording secretary: Joan Cartwright, correspond-
ing secretaryg Shirley Tate, treasurer: Margaret Becker, pledge-mistress, and Jane
Harrison, social chairman.
Social activities included a tea for all women faculty members and faculty wives
in honor of Mrs. W. VV. Whitehouseg the second annual Mother and Father week-end,
and a winter formal party in the form of a Ship's ball with a large steering wheel,
anchors, and portholes around the room as decorations.
BACK ROW: Peters, Wilcox, C., Yost. Dancey, Anderson, B., Lee, Wenzel. Dean, E. B., VanVolken-
burgh, Moffett, Engstrom, Chrysler, Crockett, VanArk, Brock, Lovett. Fraser, M., Sayre. SEATED: Mil-
ler, N., Cartwright, Morrison, Harrison, Netting, Becker. M.. Loveday, Klinesteker, Pellowe, Tate, Baker
Dean D., Baldwin. FLOOR: Hawver, Miller, F.. Onstad, Brewster, Beebe, Hollands, Becker, C,
Closson, Peterman. NOT IN PICTURE: Babcock, Ferguson, Schooley,
STANDING: Young. Wolf, Boothroyd, Logan, Conway, Avery, Cross, Osland, George, Brummitt
Olenzek. Thompson, Hildebrand. Wesley, B., Pearce, Drew. SEATED: Kompass, Fessenden, Smith, A. E.,
Webb, Kelley, Dale, Steele, Greenman, Marvin. Simmons, Childs. FLOOR: Lee, P., Kerr, Bennett.
Bourg, Larson, Lee, J., Howe. NOT IN PICTURE: Brattin, Callahan, R., Gilbert, Hunter, Preston.
Schweitzer, Wesley, M.
"Little Lulu" won for the Delta Zetas the Homecoming first prize in lodge
decorations. Wallpaper, curtains and pictures all helped to create an indoor scene
on the front of the lodge with Little Lulu pointing at a clock and the slogan 'It's
Time for Homecoming!"
To make the most of their redecorated lodge, the Delta Zetas had an open house
for all men on campus, and a date night with a circus theme. Stuffed animals in cages
and a fat lady and thin man were in the side show.
The winter formal, called the Heart Beat, used the Valentine theme.
Delta Zeta officers for the year were Elizabeth Cross, presidentg Susan Steele,
vice-presidentg Joyce Greenman, recording secretaryg Shirley Brattin, corresponding
secretaryg Jacqueline Kelley, treasurer, and Alice-Ellen Smith, social chairman.
Nancy A. Norris
STANDING: Langley, Johnson, Drake. Matthews. Akey, Haller, McGarvah, Pullman. Shattuck, M.,
Carpenter, Jane, Eby, Darling. Jaekel, Padden. Phelps, Carter, Yuill. SEATED: Thomas, Brown.
Hatch, Hicks, Goodwin, Mosteller, Watson, Priestley. Cowan. Dinger, Zimmerman. FLOOR: Phillips,
Bowden, Smith, P,, Springborn, Weddell, Dickison. Stiles, Gallandt. NOT IN PICTURE: Gidilewich,
McCord, Passarelli, Shoop, Snodgrass, Tobey.
Returning from summer vacation to find their lodge completely redecorated in
Cape Cod style, the Kappa Deltas decided to make the most of this year.
Their first party was a Shipwreck party. All of the men invited were called for
by the women, who, instead of a snake dance, all hung on to a long rope. At the lodge
the basement was decorated to resemble Davy Jones' locker with green lights,
octupuses, and mermaids. Upstairs a fish-net and a large sail provided a sea-going
The Kappa Delta Winter Frolic had winter sports as the theme. Small Christmas
trees were decorated with little wooden skis, which were the party favors. Also at
Christmas time the members provided a Christmas basket of food and went caroling.
The Kappa Delta cabinet included Mari Goodwin, president, Mary Lou Watson,
vice-presidentg Laurel Hicks, recording secretaryg Olive Priestley, treasurerg Marion
Jean Cowan, assistant treasurerg Bernice Hatch, editor, and Polly Mosteller, social
Placing high on the Zeta Tau Alpha calendar of social events was a joint Zeta
Tau Alpha-Delta Tau Delta pledge party where all the work was done by the actives
in a reversal of the ordinary procedure.
The Zetas won top basketball honors with their championship "A" team. Atia
date night at the lodge the decorations were Vogue pictures, and at a formal given by
the pledges Petty drawings covered the walls.
A spaghetti dinner for the patronesses of the sorority took place at the lodge.
Zeta oflicers for the year were Audrey McPherson, presidentg Marjorie Hossfeld,
vice-presidentg Carol Albertzart, recording secretary, Helen Price, corresponding
secretaryg Barbara Taylor, treasurer, and Margaret Downs, social chairman.
Zeta Tau Alpha
TOP ROW: Day. Downs, Hunt, Lewis, Rodgers, Church, James, Bennett, Hudson, Washbum, Allgeo.
Crandall, McKenzie, Reed, Pore, Fenner. SECOND ROW: Wyckoff, Meyers. Matheson, Dannells.
Hauenstein, McPherson, Jones, D., Carter, Hossfeld, Taylor, B., Albertzart, Price, Manley, Crandall.
THIRD ROW: Zeindler. Dillon, Slout, Miller, Taylor, S., Oddy, Jay, Mcllvennan, Jenkins, Vollmer,
Hayward. NOT IN PICTURE: Denecke, Gartung, Reitz.
Among the many Alpha Tau Omega parties of the year was a Hard-times party
at which prizes were given for the best costumes. Other activities included a hay ride,
a party at the Alpha Chi Omega lodge, a formal and a party at the Alpha Tau Omega
house, which will not be reopened until September, 1946.
Donald Collins and Bernard Johansen attended the Alpha Tau Omega tri-conclave
at Bowling Green State university, Bowling Green, Ohio.
Beginning the year with seven pledges, the Alpha Taus had 15 actives and 13
pledges in March.
Officers for the year were Arthur Brown, president, Edward Davison, vice-
president: David Flotow, secretary: Bernard Johansen, treasurer, and Donald Criner,
lpha Tau Omega
BACK ROW: Blanchard, Adams, Levison, Lyons, Jackson, Berglund, Toffend. Batey, Fitch. SECOND
ROW: Davidson, Flotow, Criner, Oliver. Schavey. Black. Foster, Johansen, THIRD ROW: Birt, Collins,
Gannon, Hengst, Davis, Brown. NOT IN PICTURE: Bedient, Duran, Lofbald, Russell, Smith, W,
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BACK ROW: Smith, Bliss, Cooley, Lee, Coerner, Pfister, Robinson, Gee, Schoultz, Manspeaker.
SECOND ROW: King, Newkirk, Jackman, Seith, Corbin, Toutant, Ford, Mrs. Black. THIRD ROW:
Pence, Breitlield, Sell, M., Barrett, Sell, E., Jones, MacIntosh. NOT IN PICTURE: Blythe, Collins,
Hopkins, Kincaid, Schade.
Delta Sigma Phi
After being inactive on this campus for two years, the Delta Sigma Phis started
in September of 1945 with three actives and in March, '46, they had a total of 11 active
memgers and 19 pledges. The three actives were Carroll Collins, William Hopkins and
In February the Delta Sigma Phi house was reopened, having been completely
redecorated. Nineteen men had rooms and boarded at the house, while a commissary
served a total of 42 men.
Among the activities of the year have been two dances and tive date nights, all of
which took place at the house. A formal party was given in May.
The Delta Sigma Phis had two men on the varsity basketball squad and three on
the varsity football team.
Officers were Warren Corbin, presidentg George Ford, secretary-treasurer, and
Eldred Toutant, pledge master.
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BACK ROW: Brogren, Metzler, Farver, Richards, Furnas. Cavanaugh. Malejan, Shutcoff, Acton, Nixon.
SECOND ROW: Linn, Pahl, Struthers, Morrison. Black, Brooks, Bower. Ashbaugh. Deller. Valrance,
Johnston. THIRD ROW: Kleinschmidt, Perritt. Shafer, Mrs. Lawler, Moore, Manly. Souders, Carr,
Culver, Hall. FOURTH ROW: Adgate, Anderson, Torley, johnson. Miller, Kasler, Murray, Weber,
Campbell. NOT IN PICTURE: Athey, Bishop. Brosier, Day, Gamble, Shely, Ytterberg.
Delta Tau Delta
The Delta Tau Delta traditional Black and White week-end began on a Friday
evening with an informal dance at the Delt house. Saturday evening the formal dance
was in Battle Creek. White lambskin photo albums with the Delta Tau Delta crest
were used as favors.
Sunday morning there was breakfast at the house and then the group attended
A combined Delta Tau Delta-Zeta Tau Alpha party was given for the "pledges
only" at the Delt house. Attending the Ohio State-U. of M. football game at Ann
Arbor and visiting the Delta Tau Delta chapter there was one of other social activities.
Officers were Aden Manly, presidentg Wilford Souders, recording secretaryg
Robert Hall, corresponding secretary: William Shafer, treasurer: James Porritt,
pledge master, and Paul Deller, social chairman.
For the second consecutive semester and for the second time in the history of
Albion college, the Sigma Nu fraternity was awarded the sorority-fraternity scholar-
ship cup and also the Dean's Interfraternity scholarship cup with a 2.289 average.
Outstanding, also, in athletics, the Sigma Nus accounted for 10 lettermen in varsity
football and for eight on the varsity basketball squad. Lewis Moon, captain of the
basketball team, was elected outstanding player of the season.
Social activities included the traditional Melon Feed and hayride given by the
actives for the pledges, date nights and two formals. One of the formal parties had
a "Make-believe Ballroom" theme, and the other was the Gamma Gamma Night club."
The cabinet was Aaron Sharp, presidentg Philip Marsh, vice-president, Gerald
Williams, secretary-treasurerg Robert Rodda, pledge master, and Jarvis Lamb, social
BACK ROW: Parkhurst, Quigg, Beauchamp, Brown, Gittus, Bonta, Milner, Cochrane, Hurlbut, Sharp, N.
SECOND ROW: Phillips, Hackett, Parshall. Nichols, Dies, Emmett. Duddy, Moore, Oakes, Bower.
THIRD ROW: Rodda, Fles, Sawyer, Marsh, Sharp, A., Mrs. Sears, Williams, Skeels. FLOOR: Linton,
Graebner, Martin, Lamb, Wiggins, Lenzi, Yost. NOT IN PICTURE: Beechler, Dittmann, Gaskell, Gresso,
Light, Moon, Phipps, Titus, Turner.
Highlight of the year for the Sigma Chis was the Sweetheart ball at Battle Creek.
Although this has long been a Sigma Chi tradition it is the first time for Alpha Pi
chapter. It was a dinner-dance and there was an orchestra. During the evening Mar-
jorie Hossfeld was crowned Queen of the Ball. At the entrance to the dance-floor
there was a huge white cross and large red hearts adorned either side of the band-
Other activities of the year included a hay ride given by the pledges for the
actives, several date nights, and a formal dance.
Officers were John Seely, president: Gordon Braund, vice-president: Robert Sill,
secretary, Thomas Cushing, treasurerg Jon Witters, pledge master, and Donald Moore,
BACK ROW: Meyers, Gregory, Wochholz, Trocke, Lungerhausen, Siler. T., Laing. Wanty, Siler, L.,
Wright, Wollenzin. SECOND ROW: Finni, Kresge. Rutenbar, Weybright. Burrows, Turpin, Henke,
McFarlin. Schade, Schroeder. THIRD ROW: Gould, Hagan, Skulstad, Brown. Seeley. Mrs. Frederiberg.
Witters, Cushing, Buck. FLOOR: McDonald. Mohr, Sherman, Watkins. Maynard. Sill, Hughes. NOT
IN PICTURE: Ayling, Ferry, Ludy, Reitz, Sablain, Sommerville, Tompert. Wells.
BACK ROW Budge Poelstra, Barnhart, Kindig, Linam, Scoheld, McConnell, Noyes, Anselmi, Cook.
SECOND ROW Pon Pearson Burnstine, Edwards, Lankton, Birnkrant, Forton, Browne, Beyer. THIRD
ROW Hills Ingham Morrison, Williamson, Lynn, Harper, Smith, T., Schuurmans. FLOOR: Pedelty,
Patterson Wentworth Britton Lancaster, Perkins. NOT IN PICTURE: Anderson, R., Field, Huelga,
Humphrey Karres Mickle Mosher. Oliver, C., Wideman.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
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Opening the house in September '45, Tau Kappa Epsilon has had a Joint housing
club with the Sigma Nus. The Tel-re's First party of the year was a hay-ride and party
at.the Alpha Xi Delta lodge. V
At the formal party at the Parker inn one of the members hypnotised another and
took off his shirt without removing the coat of the victim and without awakening
him, as part of the entertainment.
There has been open-house at the Teke house every Friday and Saturday evening,
and a theatre party, date nights and formal comprised the rest of the social activities.
The cabinet consisted of Robert Lynn, presidentg Clark Oliver, vice-presidentg
Clare Ingham, secretaryg John Morrison, treasurer, Gordon Gable, pledge master, and
David Hills, social chairman.
STANDING: Cushing, Skul-
stad, Corbin. Ford. SEATED:
Dittmann, Manley, Sharp, A.,
Anderson, R., Schavey, Birt.
More than most campus organizations, the Inter-fraternity council benefited by the
return of war veterans. All six fraternities were represented on the council for the first
time in two years.
Donald Dittmann, president of the Council first semester, presented Joan Beebe, Delta
Gamma candidate, as Greek Goddess of 1945 at the Hrst post-war Interfraternity Ball on
During the year the council also governed the rushing activities and the pledging of
the six fraternities. On the council are two members of each fraternity, the president and
a special council representative.
Officers the First semester were: Dittmann, presidentg Aden Manly, vice-president, and
Robert Anderson, secretary-treasurer. Manly was president the second semester 3 George
Ford, vice-president, and Robert Mitchell, secretary-treasurer.
The Pan-Hellenic council, which meets once a month to discuss problems that concern
all the sorority groups on campus, "worked this year on the revision of the rushing rules,"
announced Marjorie Hossfeld, president of the group.
Pan-Hel also sponsored a cultural program during the First semester. Maurice Dumesnil,
who had studied under Debussey, gave a piano recital of this master's works.
In the spring, the tradition of the Pan-Hel ball was resumed for the First time in three
years, and here a reversal of the usual procedure was seen. Women brought the men flowers,
called for their dates and provided for the evening's entertainment.
The Council also sponsored the opening rush teas in the beginning of the year and the
Inspectors' teas throughout the two terms.
This year Miss Hossfeld, presidentg Joyce Greenman, secretary, and Marilyn Netting,
treasurer, were the oilicers that led the group. It is composd of two active delegates and
an alumnus from each sorority, and the Dean of Women.
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STANDING: Miss McKinney
iston, Mr. Sprandel. Dr. Mar
shall, Mr. Gough. Dr. Seaton
Miss Ridenour, Dr. Goodrich
Mrs. Hollinshead, Dr. D. M
Gilbert. SEATED: Tripp. Wor
cester, Fenner. Porter, Peterson
STANDING: Sill. Norris,
Goodwin. McPherson. Wiley.
SEATED: Cross, Moffett,
Miss Engle. Miss Gray.
To encourage veterans of intellectual ability to do graduate work.is the latest project
of the united chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary scholastic society.
The big day of the year for this organization is Phi Beta Kappa day in May. On this
day there is a formal academic procession in chapel and a Phi Beta Kappa day speaker. The
address was given on May 8 this year by Dr. David D. Henry, president of Wayne uni-
versity. Initiation, followed by a luncheon, was held immediately after chapel.
Three meetings took place as usual this year. Election of officers for the year was in
October. New members were elected to the group in April and the initiation in May was
the last meeting.
Phi Beta Kappa and
Mortar Board, although an honorary organization for outstanding senior women, is very
active in work of public service. In February, the members helped the veterans' wives
to become organized by giving a tea for them at the Whitehouse residence.
Soldiers at Fort Custer received Christmas packages sent to them by Mortar Board
members. Women living at Susanna Wesley hall appreciate greatly the books which this
organization adds to the dormitory library. A concert by Carlton Eldridge, tenor, was
sponsored in March, and the handy little plan books were sold on registration day.
Although the purpose of this organization is to promote leadership and scholarship, it
actually does much more than that. The members take up the problems of the campus and
try to find suitable solutions for them.
Jean Moffett is president: Elizabeth Cross, vice-presidentg Marguerite Wiley, secre-
tary, and Mari Goodwin, treasurer.
Dr. Kraft. Dr. Hayward Ken-
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
Fraser. M., Searles, jaekel,
Toncray, Miss McCune,
STANDING: Dr. Geiger,
Ingham, Dr. Leffler, Dr
Sleight. Dr. Terpenning.
SEATED: Dittmann, Mor-
rison. Lynn. Sharp, Dr
Kraft. NOT IN PICTURE.
Bacalis. Britton, Isaac, May-
nard, Oliver, Parkhurst, Sill
Eleven women, an unusually large number for this organization, were initiated this
year into Alpha Lambda Delta, national honorary scholastic society for freshman women.
These women all had a 2.5 average or above.
When prospective Albion students or other guests visit the campus they are shown
around by Alpha Lams. Women of this organization also had charge of serving at the
alumni luncheon on Homecoming week-end.
The annual "Smarty Party" was given for all eligible women after midsemester marks
came out. The senior Alpha Lambda Delta who had maintained the highest point average
for four years was presented with a book by the members of the group.
This organization helps to promote high scholarship, intelligent living and higher
standards of learning.
Officers for the year were: Alice Mae Matchulat, president: Phyllis Toncray, vice-presi-
dentg Patricia Jaekel, secretaryg Margaret Fraser, treasurer, and Shirley Searles, historian.
Alpha Lambda Delta and'
Umicron Delta Kappa
At the close of chapel one December day, Donald Dittmann, Clare Ingham, Robert
Lynn and John Morrison were tapped for Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary for
junior and senior men, by Aaron Sharp, the only remaining student member. These men
were chosen because of their outstanding leadership on campus. They were judged for their
activity in five areas: scholarship, athletics, social and religious affairs, publications, speech,
music and dramatic arts. Initiation for them took place on january 19.
On March 13, eight more men were tapped for membership. They were Jesse Bacalis,
Joseph Britton, Elkin Isaac, Robert Maynard, Clark Oliver, Charles Parkhurst, Robert
Sill and Raymond Wauthier.
The Albion circle extended a vote of thanks to Dr. E. R. Sleight for his long and
faithful service to the circle on his retirement after many years as faculty advisor. He had
geegiuvery active in getting the organization on our campus and in its promotion and up-
CHI EPSILON D
STANDING: P e r k 1 n s.
SEATED: Dr. Kraft. Ing-
Whitney, Perkins. Ingham.
Dr. Hall, Dr. Kraft, Car-
penter, Hufton. SEATED:
Margetts. Milner. Greene.
Norris, Souders. NOT IN
PICTURE: Dr. Whitehouse.
Chi Epsilon became an active organization on the campus again this year, meeting for
reorganization in October. The group had held informal meetings during the war period,
but has now resumed a formal schedule. ' '
Students who plan to enter the ministry or some form of religious service at home or
abroad are eligible for membership. The study and discussion of religious and vocational
interests is the main work of the club.
This year, several outside speakers were obtained for the meetings. Bishop Arthur Wes-
ley of Argentina, who spoke in january, highlighted the year's program.
Clare Ingham is president and William Perkins is representative to the Campus Re-
Chi Epsilon and
Campus Religious Council
The Campus Religious council set 51,000 as the goal in the annual World Student
Service Fund drive, the money to be sent to Innsbruck university in Austria for student
aid there. Students responded enthusiastically and contributed more than S1,000. Jenella
Carpenter, Hazel Hufton and Clare Ingham headed the drive.
" . . . With face set forward" was the theme for the expanded period of religious
emphasis this year. The Rev. Paul Albery, Dr. Hiel D. Bollinger, Mr. George Harper, the
Rev. Russell R. King, Dr. W. P. Lemon, and Dr. John E. Marvin were the speakers for
the Monday chapel periods during Lent. Every Friday morning Matin services were con-
ducted under the leadership of campus religious organizations.
Besides sponsoring these two activities, the Campus Religious council has as its pur-
pose to stimulate religious thinking and to co-ordinate religious activities on the campus.
The representatives on the council are the president and a delegate from each religious
Officers this year were: Norma Greene, presidentg Jane Harrison, vice-president:
Nancy Norris, secretary, and William Milner, treasurer. Advisers were Dr. Royal G. Hall,
Dr. Charles Kraft, Dr. W. W. Whitehouse, and Mrs. G. Dempster Yinger.
Wentworth. Idle. S0Ude'5-
Majors and minors in sociology are members of the Sociology club which tries to
prepare these students to accept their responsibilities in various fields of social work.
Round table dicussions with outside speakers versed in the social field, give the group
an opportunity to learn the problems of today. Racial problems in Albion have been a topic
of discussion and several projects have been put into practice as a result.
The group this year made a trip to Starr Commonwealth where they studied the work
of the institution. Dr. Walter A. Terpenning is advisor for the group.
Officers for the year were: LuElla Brown, president: Patricia Rodgers, secretary, and
Joyce Dalrymple, treasurer.
Sociology Club and
Zeta Epsilon Lambda
Development of one's religious interests as well as an opportunity to do social work
and serve the surrounding community Zeta Epsilon Lambda offers to college women.
Members of the group this year have worked in Big and Little Sister clubs at Dal-
rymple school and have been leaders of Albion Campfire Girl groups. A Junior Red Cross
chapter has been organized in which Red Cross work is done and assistance is given to the
local hospital. Several women assist in the religious education work of the local churches.
Points for participation in the various religious and social activities sponsored by the
organization must be earned for active membership in the organization.
The year's officers were: Jane Harrison, president: Catharine I-Iuxtable, vice-presidentg
Ruth Wells, secretary, and Alta Mae Adams, treasurer.
BACK ROW: Callahan,
Fraser, J., Lyons. Chrysler.
Fairbairn, Wells, R., Rayle.
Matheson. Carpenter, Jane,
Welcke. Hudson, Dannells.
Adler, James, Downs. SEC-
OND ROW: Carpenter. Jen-
ella 5 Vance, McKean,
Church, Foster, Dr. Terpen-
ning. Dalrymple, Rogers.
THIRD ROW: Nampa, All-
geo, Hufton, Fisher, Buelte-
man. Harrison. Bowden,
Hobin. Harper, Gilbert, Lah-
man. Slout. NOT IN PIC-
TURE: Brown, Harding.
ZETA EPSILON LAMBDA
BACK ROW: Bowden,
Crawford, Taylor, Harper,
Gleason, Lahman, Rayle,
Mahalfy, Nampa, Perry,
Hinrichs, Newcomb, Freden,
Wiley. SECOND ROW:
Buck, Shattuck, L., Ran-
dolph, Nelson, Tyler,
Searles, Marvin. Barton,
Schuett, Cooley, H., Kling-
ler, Posthumus, Constantine,
Hufton, Niedermiller, Stein-
inger. THIRD ROW: Nor-
ris, Brattin, Dinger, Wells,
Mrs. Kraft, Harrison, Hux-
table, Margetts, Adams,
Greene, Morlock, Dalrymple,
Passarelli. FOURTH ROW:
Wint, Matheson, Gee, Car-
penter, jane, Fischer, Chrys-
ler, Hallenbeck, Pellowe,
Wilcox, C., Siders, Fair-
bairn, Nickora, Cowan, Mc-
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STANDING: Biastock. M. J.. Barnes. Robinson. Cochran, Ingham. Gee, Holmes, Dr. Kraft, Miss Gray, Dr. Hall, Harrison.
Anderson, R.. Sharp. A,, Greene. SEATED: Mrs. Robinson, Margetts, Marsh, Hills, Hatch, Cummings, Whitney. FLOOR: Gilbert,
Carpenter, jenella, Marvin. Souders. Dinger. Harper.
YWCA and YMCA
Membership in the YWCA topped previous records
this year with 350 women students enrolled.
New feature of the year's program was the organiza-
tion of a freshman cabinet, led by Barbara Barnes,
which was composed of a member from each annex.
These freshman women conducted the weekly vesper
services in their annexes, distributed periodicals in
the annexes, and in general carried on the YWCA
program in the annexes in cooperation with the one
at the dormitory.
Co-ordination of the YW-YM forces this year saw
several all college activities under their sponsorship.
A dance, fun night, and the October "Spool-:'s Fro1ic",
were the results of the combined program.
As usual the YW cabinet arrived early in September
to aid the freshman women during orientation week, a
tradition of several years.
To help girls become more active Christians through
participation in social service projects and campus
religious activities is the purpose of the group.
Officers for the year were: Norma Greene, presidentg
Margaret Whitney, vice-presidentg Bernice Hatch,
secretary, and Jessie Margetts, treasurer.
YMCA'activities began this year with the annual
retreat for the freshman men at Victory park last
WbSeptember. This event was in co-operation with the
'program sponsored by the YWCA during orientation
Membership is steadily increasing in the organiza-
tion with three out of four men on campus members
of the group. Monthly meetings are held in which
panel discussions on politics, race, sex, religion, em-
ployment and international affairs are carried on.
This year the YM co-operated with the YW in
sponsoring an all-school dance and several fun nights
in Kresge gymnasium. The men also sponsor four
boys' clubs in the city.
The officers this year were: Aaron Sharp, presidentg
james Cummings, vice-presidentg Philip Marsh, treas-
After a period of inactivity, the Independent Women's league was reorganized
by a group of enterprising sophomore students. At a meeting early in the fall ofhcers
were elected and the women started their round of activities. The oiihcers were:
Marjorie Royer, president, Elizabeth Johnson, vice-president: Doris Fishbeck, secre-
tary, and Virginia O'De11, treasurer.
Their programs were planned each week by a different committee of students and
included a musical program, a Christmas party after carolling, and informal meetings
at one or two faculty homes.
The women gave teas both for the faculty and for the alumnae of the group in
town. In March they sponsored a date night and in May they had a show night and a
formal. Homecoming week-end they gave a dinner for their alumnae. One of the
highlights of their year was the winning of the swimming meet in April.
Throughout the year they carried out a project with Mexican children, providing
recreation and helping them with English. This program was enlarged in the spring
to include all the children at the trailer camp for whom a chi1dren's hour was pre-
sented three days of the week.
Sponsors for the group were Miss Mary Louise Lang, instructor in physical
education: Mrs. Royal G. Hall, assistant professor of modern languages, and Mrs.
Independent Women's League
FIRST ROW: Kenyon, Gleason. Eckstrom. Wint, Sessions, Alexander, Wicks, McClellan, Cobb, Perry
Cartwright, Lahman, Mahaffy, Bowman. SECOND ROW: Marta, Rayle. Murphy, Davis, Hufton, Car-
penter, Jenella, Hastay, Plinnecke, Spafford, Bridgman, Price, P., Schuett, Bejcek, Richardson, Nampa
Redman, Warner. THIRD ROW: Adams, Greene, Mrs. Hall. Fishbeck, Berry, Johnson, Royer, O'De1l
Mrs. Yinger, Hinrichs, Novy, Harding. FOURTH ROW: Giddings, Koehn, Lyons, Bird, Nolan, Eaton
Carson, Bierlein, Bumler, Winkler, Holmes, R., Bowersox.
Campus news and gossip appeared every
Friday during the year in the Pleiad, but
before it could be published the staff had
enough work to do to keep them busy nearly
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the stu-
dents of the newswriting class gathered the
news from professors and students. Tuesday
and Wednesday the copyreaders, under the
editor, Roxana Sayre, and the managing
editor, Marjorie Van Volkenburgh, did their
job so that all the copy could be in the hands
of the printer by Thursday morning.
Copyreaders for the year were Martha
Bridgman, Mary Buelteman, Barbara Cochran,
Carol Conway, Marilyn Harger, Marjorie
Hearst, Paula Herrick, Amy Thomas, Audrey
Wenzel and Mary Wilson.
Co-business managers Patricia Loveday and
Shirley Tate were busy all week taking care
of advertisements and all other business mat-
ters. Mary Lou Watson was the proofreader
and Wayne Brown did special writing. Dr.
joseph J. Irwin was faculty adviser for the
publication and Dr. H. O. Hendrickson was
On Friday Carol Conway, circulation man-
ager, distributed the Pleiad around the campus
and took care of mailing copies to subscribers
TOP: Sayre. SECOND: Watson, Dr. Irwin. Van-
Volkenburgh. Brown. W. THIRD: Hearst, Wenzel.
Thomas. FOURTH: Bridgman. Buelteman, Harger.
Cochran. RIGHT: Dr. Hendrickson. Tate, Loveday,
Informality is the key word to this year's
Albionian. In it students have a photographic
record of the year at Albion in athletics, clubs,
classes, sororities, fraternities, and other
Beginning at soon as school started last
September, Nancy Norris, editor-in-chief of
the Albionian, began to carry out plans for the
yearbook. Pictures were taken the first semes-
ter and final plans were made. During the
second semester the staff members wrote copy
and finished putting the book together.
On the staff, headed by Miss Norris with
Dr. Joseph J. Irwin as faculty adviser, were:
Barbara Cochran, associate editorg Betty
Dunham and Mary Wilson, class editors:
Martha Bridgman and Gioia Passarelli, club
editors: Paula Herrick and Cordelia Ware,
editorial assistants: Marilyn Harger, faculty
editor: Mary Buelteman, honoraries' editorg
Audrey Wenzel, sorority-fraternity editor, and
Edward Davison, sports editor. Patricia Love-
day and Shirley Tate were co-business man-
agers with Dr. H. O. Hendrickson as adviser.
TOP: Norris. SECOND: Cochran, Herrick, Dr. Irwin,
Ware. THIRD: Loveday, Dr. Hendrickson, Tate.
FOURTH: Wenzel, Bridgman, Dunham. LEFT: Harger,
The publication of the Pleiad, the Albionian and the student directory is governed by
the Publications council. In addition to governing the financial policies, and to some extent
the editorial policies of these publications, the council directs and regulates all printed
matter containing paid advertisement circulated on the campus. Still another duty is the
electing of certain Pleiad and Albionian staff members.
On the Publications council are four students, juniors and seniors, and two professors.
The students are elected each May by the student body, the journalism instructor is on the
council by virtue of his position and the other faculty member is appointed by the admin-
istration. Members of the council this year were: Charles Parkhurst, president: Dr. Joseph
J. Irwin, vice-president: Ethel Belle Dean, secretaryg Dr. H. O. Hendrickson, treasurerg
jack Buck and Jane Robinson.
Publications Council and
lpha Phi Gamma
Alpha Phi Gamma is a purely honorary national fraternity recognizing students out-
standing in journalistic work. It carries on no activities on campus other than the election
and initiation of new members. It serves the college indirectly by promoting greater student
interest in journalism and encouraging better work on the publications. Any student who
has served on either publication, Albionian or Pleiad, in a major position or several minor
ones for a year or more, is eligible for membership.
Election of members takes place once a year, and after initiation, the entire group cele-
brates by having dinner in Marshall. Faculty members as well as students may become
members of this organization. This year the group was visited on April 1 by the national
president, Mr. Gil A. Cowan of the editorial staff of the Los Angeles Examiner. Dr. Joseph
J. Irwin, local faculty adviser, is also Eastern Vice-President in the national organization.
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Dr. Hendrickson, Robinson
Parkhurst, Dean. E. B., Dr
ALPHA PHI GAMMA
Norris, Watson. M. L.. Con-
way. VanVolkenburgh, Park-
hurst. Dr. Irwin.
Dr. Battenhouse, Sayre
PHI MU ALPHA
Cummings, Hills. Marsh.
Oliver, Parkhurst, Moore,
Mr. Strickler, Dr. Peters.
SEATED: Campbell, Foster,
Brown, Sill, Lancaster, Dr,
Rowland. FLOOR: Henke.
Weybright, Criner, Birn-
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA
FIRST ROW: Dale, Maus,
Matthews, Workman. Miss
Hamm, Mrs. Rowland, Mrs.
Dean, Mrs. Strickler. Adams,
Oliver, Peters, Toncray
Allen, Baldwin. SECOND
ROW: 0'Del1, Hicks, Bia-
stock, N. I., Watson. Sill.
Biastock, M. J., Day, Shat-
tuck, M. THIRD ROW:
Fraser, M., Lee, Barton,
Harper, Nickora, Hinrichs,
This year, for the Brst time since May, 1943, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national honorary
music fraternity for men, became active again on Albion's campus. With one active, Robert
Sill, returning to school in the fall, interest was aroused to reinstate the organization on
campus, and, when live more actives, Joseph Britton, William Finni, Raymond Kindig, Gauin
Moore, and Frank Pearson returned second semester, arrangements were made with the
national chapter to reactivate.
The former annual event, the Interfraternity sing, sponsored by this group, was re-
sumed again and given in May. In the spring the members sponsored a chapel program and
also held a joint recital with Sigma Alpha Iota. At their meetings, these men took up the
study of music literature.
The year's oPFicers were: Robert Sill, president: Joseph Britton, vice-president, Gauin
Moore, secretary, and William Finni, treasurer.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and
Sigma Alpha Iota
Sponsoring concerts and giving teas for freshman music students are but a small part
of the activities carried on by the members of this national honorary musical fraternity for
women, Sigma Alpha Iota.
One of the big events of the year for these women was the initiation into the chapter
of Marisa Regules, an Argentine pianist. The chapter initiated her in Lansing while she
was there on a concert tour in November, and in February went to Kalamazoo to hear
Members of the Sigma Mu chapter at Hillsdale college visited the Albion members for
a week-end in February. They were entertained with a luncheon, musical program and
recital by the Madrigal Singers.
The year ended in the usual manner by the sponsoring the annual Inter-sorority Song
This year's oflicers were: Mary Lou Watson, president: Laura Jean Sill, vice-president:
Norma Jean Biastock, secretary, and Miriam Jean Biastock, treasurer.
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The highlight of the year for the band and orchestra
was the resumption of their annual tour of Michigan.
Both organizations are under the direction of Dr. Conway
Peters. In the band are: Flutes: Mary Anne Onsted, Joseph
Britton, and Mary Alice Gilbert. Oboes: Shirley Gallandt
and Charlotte Wint. Clarinets: George Appelman, Leola
Proctor, Janice Allen, Robert Llewellyn, Helen Redman.
Janet Carson, Richard Burrows and Eileen Platzke.
Bassoons: Margaret Fraser, Richard Foor and Anna
Westenfelder. Saxophones: Norma Spafford and Virginia
O'De1l. French Horns: Phillip Marsh, Mary Lou Watson,
Gauin Moore and Yvonne Avery. Marimba: Donald Barn-
hart. Trumpets: Barbara Richardson, Richard Culver,
Raymond Gillespie, Linda Bowman, Jean Lyons and
Marilyn Snodgrass, Altos: Margaret Peters, Patricia
Price and Marjorie Henshaw. Trombones: Charles Park-
hurst, William Finni, Dorothy Steininger, Robert Flan-
ders and William Seith. Baritones: Richard Cornell and
Charles Ross. Basses: Raymond Kindig, Frank Pearson,
Harmon Hallett and Elwood Jacobs. Tympani: Richard
Campbell. Percussion: Robert Palmiter, Donald Barnhart
and Evelyn Eyler.
With the orchestra are: first violins: Dorothy Oliver,
Charles Ross, Margaret Peters, Anne Baldwin, Virginia
O'Dell, Louise Pearson, Raymond Kindig and Nell Bar-
ton. Second violins: Patricia Price, Richard Cornell, Alice
Chrysler, Marilyn Snodgrass, Marjorie Henshaw and
Anna Westenfelder. Violas: Clark Oliver, Mary Shattuck,
Lawrence Scott and Frank Pearson. Cellos: Janice Allen,
Ruth Lahman, Esther Tallefson and Dolores Weddell.
Basses: Robert Palmiter, Elaine Giddings, Janet Curley
and Eleanor Pore.
BACK ROW: Schooley, Eby, Kindig, Sill. Lankton, Henke. Criner,
Schuurmans, Souders, Valrance. Weybright, Birnkrant. Watson. Koehn.
Maus, Workman. SECOND ROW: Hicks, Fenner, Fessenden. Wilcox,
Matthews, Lancaster, Hills, Wiltsie, Porter, Griggs, Kompass, Hin-
richs, Adams, Dancey, Newcomb, Loveday, Siders. THIRD ROW:
Reed. Keys. Olenzek. Carpenter, Jenella, Walkotten, Hock, Hartley,
Smith, F.. Perkins Brown, W.. Ytterberg. Shoop. Denecke, Church,
Thomas Nickora, Biastock, N. I.. Hobin. FOURTH ROW: Bowman,
Passarelli, Bowker. Kahn, Nolan, Holmes, R.. Rodgers. Mr. Strickler.
Irving, Harding, Toncray, Blake, Helton, Biastock, M.
A Cappella Choir
With the return of the campus to near normalcy, the
Albion College a cappella choir once more included male
voices and resumed its annual trip. Ofhcers of the choir
were: Miriam Jean Biastock, president: Laurel Hicks,
secretary, and Jeannette Church, treasurer.
Members of the choir were: Sopranos: Margaret Bow-
ker, Mary Campbell, Jenella Carpenter, Jane Fenner,
Mary Fessenden, Margaret Hartley, Bettie Helton, Laurel
Hicks, Ruth Holmes, Helenmae Kahn, Beverly Keyes,
Beverly Kindig, Patricia McKean, Emily Matthews, Dor-
othy Olenzek, Gioia Passarelli, Mary Reed, Marjorie
Rogers, Beth Schooley, Laura Jean Sill, Virginia Smith,
Julia Ann Walkotten, Caroline Wilcox, Marguerite
Altos: Alta Mae Adams, Miriam Jean Biastock, Norma
Jeanne Biastock, Jeannette Church, Joyce Denecke, Dor-
othie Harding, Vera Hinrichs, Margaret Koehn, Jane
Kompass, Patricia Loveday, Martha Maus, Shirley New-
comb, Lydia Nickora, Marilyn Shoop, LeAnn Siders,
Nancy Spouse, Amy Lou Thomas, and Ethel Workman.
Tenors: Wayne Brown, David Carr, David Hills, Clare
Ingham, William Perkins, Richard Vetter, William Wey-
bright, Thomas Whitehead. Basses: Sherwin Birnkrant,
Donald Criner, Russel Fitch, Herbert Hengst, Walter
Henke, Keith Lancaster, Charles Lankton, Perry Porter,
David Schuurmans, Robert Sill, Donald Thurston, Park
This year the home concert took place on the day of
the inauguration ceremonies in April. The choir also pre-
sented the annual Christmas concert and sang at Bacca-
laureate and Commencement.
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Sponsoring debates and discussions on compulsory military training in peacetime was
one of the main activities, this year, of Delta Sigma Rho, national honorary forensic
Four new members were elected and initiated in the spring and were honored at the
annual Speech Honors celebration given in conjunction with Theta Alpha Phi, national
honorary society in dramatics. They were Jesse Bacalis, Joyce Greenman, Audrey McPher-
son and Aaron Sharp.
This is the oldest national honorary on campus, having been founded in 1911. Students
who have participated creditably in intercollegiate debate or oratory for two years are
eligible for membership:
Gordon Gable, on his return to campus second semester, was elected president: Charles
Parkhurst is secretary and Dr. Carroll P. Lahman remains as faculty sponsor.
Delta Sigma Rho and
For the first time in several years men predominated in the personnel of forensic activ-
ities. The 16 students who took part in debate and discussion had as their topic this year
world free trade, and were kept busy all year with tournaments and festivals.
The debate team went to the state tournament on February 16 at Michigan State
college where they tied for First with Wayne university and Hope college. They won 9 and
lost 6 debates in the whole tournament. At an invitational tournament in Terre Haute,
Indiana, March 1-2, in which 22 colleges from seven states participated, Albion won 12
and lost seven debates. The debate squad also had contests during the year with Wayne
and the Univerity of Michigan.
Thirteen members of the discussion group participated in the seventh annual round
table discussion festival of the Michigan Intercollegiate Speech league at Kalamazoo college
on December 7. The second semester a discussion group was formed, under the direction of
Gordon Gable, to discuss peacetime military training for off-campus groups.
Winfier of the home oratorical contest for women was Helen Kahn, who also won first
place in the Michigan Intercollegiate Speech league. Robert Maynard who won the men's
home oratorical contest, placed second in the state contest.
DELTA SIGMA RHO
STANDING: Sharp, Ba-
calis, Mr. Pahl, Dr. Lah-
man. SEATED: McPherson.
Gable, Parkhurst, Greenman.
NOT IN PICTURE: May-
Parkhurst, McPherson, Kahn
Greenman, Lawson. Webb
Johnson, L., Foster, Went
worth, Lott, Maynard, Ses
sions. Seith, Baldwin. Sharp
A., Bacalis, Barron, Kracko
r Albion College Players
BACK ROW: Foster, Bleeker, Parkhurst, Ingham. Greenman, Marsh, Weybright, Wochholz. Siler, Idle, Dr
Lahman, Dr. Irwin, SECOND ROW: Ware, Marvin, Cochran, Mr. Brock, Dunham, Cross, Miss Champ, Harger
Rodgers, Morrison. C., Howe. THIRD ROW: Biastock, M. J., Snook, Webb, Downs, Langley, Blyveis
Lawson, Nolan. NOT IN PICTURE: Brown, L.. Hock, Souders.
With several productions this year, the Albion College Players rolled along at a pace
that had been broken during the war years, to present two three-act and three one-act
Because the Players had no official director the First semester, Mr. Robert Stevens of
the Battle Creek Civic Players came to direct the first one-act "Overruled" by George
Bernard Shaw. Later, for the first time in the history of Players, students directed and
completely produced their own shows. Elizabeth Cross and Cordelia Ware respectively
directed the two one-acts, "Grandma Old Style", by Walter P. Eaton, and "The March
Heir", by Babette Hughes.
The second semester brought a new director, Mr. William J. Brock, instructor in
speech, who became the leader of Players. Under his direction the students produced first
the three-act melodrama, "Kind Lady", by Edward Chodorov, and in the spring the com-
edy, "Dear Brutus", by James M. Barrie.
New stage equipment was purchased and two performances of each play were given.
During the year, the group had a steak dinner and a spring party.
Members of Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatics fraternity which sponsors
the Players' activities, were Miss Cross and Charles Parkhurst. Elected in April to Theta
Alpha Phi were: LuElla Brown, Marilyn Harger, Lorraine Marvin, Clara Morrison, Patricia
Rodgers and Cordelia Ware. The faculty members are Miss Beulah G. Champ, assistant
professor of speechg Dr. Joseph J. Irwin, associate professor of English, and Dr. Carroll P.
Lahman, professor of speech.
The oflicers for the year were: Miss Cross, presidentg Parkhurst, vice-president, Pat
Rodgers, treasurer, and Marilyn Harger, secretary. .
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SEATED: Freden. Novie, Tyler. Miss
McKinney. Prxestley. STANDING:
Dodge Souders, Nickora. NOT IN
PICTURE: Alexander, Baldwin, Bell,
Brown. Cooley. Cornett Cowan Crow.
Idle, Jarrett, Murphy, Oliver, Padden,
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STANDING: Sayre, VanVolkenburgh,
Conway, Dr. Irwin. Whitney, Hearst,
Morrison. SEATED: Miss Gray. Wat-
son, Miss McCune, Cartwright, Hauen-
stein. Bridgman. FLOOR: Wenzel.
Brock, Dunham. Ware, Hallenbeck.
NOT IN PICTURE: Dr. Battenhouse,
FIRST ROW: Snook, Primrose, Mar-
gctts, French. Loveday. Morrison
Netting. Moorcroft, Smith, Graebner
SECOND ROW: Hossfcld, Jones. D.
Dr. Hall. Dr. Hendrickson, Wesley
Tate, Biastock, M. J. NOT IN PIC
TURE: Browne, Greenman, Jacobs
The officers for the year were: joan Cartwright, president, Margaret Hauenstein, vice-
The highlight of the Contributor's club meetings this year was when Dr. William C. S.
Pellowe, author, came to lecture. Speaking on his biography, "Mark Twain, the Pilgrim
from Hannibal," Dr. Pellowe, once a student at Albion himself, gave pointers to the pro-
spective writers on how he wrote the book.
During the year, the members of the club, which is open only to English majors, wrote
original vignettes, poems and prose pieces, which were read at the club meetings. Some
were submitted to magazines.
Early in December, Mrs. N. J. Weiss, assistant librarian, spoke to the group on "Books
for Christmas Giving." She brought a large number of the suggested books with her to
illustrate types that various friends and members of the family could enjoy.
The social events of the year were the dinner at the Delta Zeta lodge and the spring
president, and Mary Lou Watson, secretary-treasurer.
A Christmas program, entirely in Latin and Greek, including a play, scripture, the
Lord's prayer and hymns, was the main feature of the Classical club's work this year.
Taking as their theme for the year drama and the theater, the individual members
presented reviews of plays, comedies and other dramatic Latin and Greek works.
The Roman banquet, an annual affair, was held in February to honor new members of
the club. At this banquet everything is exactly in Roman style with all of the food of
Prospective members must have had one year of Latin or Greek in high school and
must be enrolled in a non-language classics class or in a college Latin or Greek class. The
increase and furtherance of the languages and customs of the ancients is the aim of the
Olive Priestly was president this yearg Margaret Novie, vice-president, and Beverly
The Forum club this year had a series of talks on matters of national and international
concern. Among these were discussions on "Free Trade" by Mr. Maynard Aris, "Japanese
Relocation Camps" by Mr. Robert Cullum of the United States Department of the Interior
and "Argentina" by Bishop Arthur Wesley. The year was ended with the annual picnic.
A special event of the year was the International Relations Conference in Wisconsin
in March to which the club sent three delegates, Elizabeth French, John Morrison and
Marguerite Wilcox, who afterward reported to the club on the conference.
The purpose of the club is to promote interest in current economic, political and socio-
logical problems. This year's officers were: John Morrison, presidentg Miriam Biastock,
vice-president, and Alice Snook, secretary-treasurer.
Highlights on the program of Le Cercle Francais this year were an original play in
December and a talk in March by a student veteran about conditions in France during the
war. The play, "La Noel, 1945" was written by Shirley Dancey, Marilyn Granville, Marilyn
Harger, and Betty Hasty and was presented by seven other members of the club.
At other meetings there were talks given by Ruth Dale, Margaret Hauenstein and
Lorraine Plinneke, French songs were sung and the annual picnic was held in Auril.
The group is made up of French students recommended by the department of modern
languages. The purpose is to stimulate interest in French and to become more fluent in
speaking the language.
Pauline Woodard served as president this year and other officers were: Miss Harger,
vice-president: Nancy Miller, secretary, and Miss Plinneke, treasurer. Dr. D. M. Gilbert
is the faculty sponsor of the club.
Highlighting the activities of the Spanish club this year was the Spanish auction car-
ried on by the new members as part of their initiation program. Speaking in Spanish, each
new member had to auction one article at the January meeting.
Lectures dealing with topics related to the interests of the club were given by various
students throughout the year and a Final picnic completed the year's activities.
To stimulate interest in literature, art and the customs of Spain and Latin America and
to offer an opportunity for students to converse in Spanish, are the purposes of the organi-
Second year students who have maintained above average scholarship are eligible for
Jessie Margetts was president for the yearg Marilyn Knight, vice-president, Norma
Jean Biastock, secretary, and Viola Jones, treasurer.
Meetings of the German club this year included a talk by Keith Lancaster on his visit
to Germany, a Christmas play and dinner, a discussion of modern Germany and its post-
war problems and treatment, and a program of German music played by members of the
club who formed themselves into a miniature band. The last meeting of the year was a
picnic, following the custom of the club.
This was the first year of activity for the club since 1943. The officers were: Erwin
Weber, president: David Carr, vice-presidentg Alice Mae Matchulat, secretary, and Phillip
Organized in 1922, the German club has as its purpose the promotion of German con-
versation and the stimulation of interest in the written language. The members of the club
gave skits and speeches in German in this connection. In April their speaker was Major
Nobel O. Moore of Albion who spent some time in the Heidelberg region in Germany.
STANDING: Dancey. Lovett. Lippert.
Dr. Gilbert, Knight, Hauenstein, Tay-
lor, Dale, Wiley. SEATED: Cart- '
wright, Miller, N., Woodard, Harger,
Plinnecke, Watson. FLOOR: Wash-
burn, Thompson, Granville, Walkotten,
Hastay, Allen, J., Workman, Mat-
STANDING: Robinson, Thomas Mar-
cinkowski. Dr. Rathje, Shattuck. M..
Bedient, Hicks, Mahaffy. SEATED:
Jaekel, Marsh, Weber, Matchulet,
STANDING: Haswell, Allgeo, Snook
Lippert. Jelsch, Hock, Downs, Lang
Anderson, B., Fraser, M.. Cross
Steele, Wilcox, M., Church. SEATED
Harger, Jones, V., Biastock, N. J., Mrs
Hall, Miss Maxwell, Margetts. Knight
French. Wiley. FLOOR: Plinnecke
Fishbeck, M.. McKean, VanArk
Buelteman. Walkotten. NOT IN PIC-
TURE: Chrysler, Dancey, Day, Fisler
Grant, Harding, Haswell, Phelps, Ran
dolph. Scott, Snodgrass, Springborn
Taliefson, Wyckoff, Young.
Huxtable, Miss Ludy.
Holmes, Becker. M., Norris.
Dean, E. B.. Hunt. Miss
Shauer, NOT IN PIC-
TURE: Hayes. Johnson. E..
STANDING: Drake. Wes-
ley, B., Logan, Carson, An-
derson, B., Klinesteker, Eby.
Hayes, Holmes, Smith, A.
E.. Ware. Tobey, Darling,
Cochran, Miss Busch, Fish-
heck. Day. SEATED: Stern-
berg, Mosteller, Dean, E.
B., Cross. Price, H. NOT
IN PICTURE: Siders, Tal-
The annual tea in April for married and engaged women on campus was the climax of
the year's program of the Home Economics club. The club also sponsored the waffle supper
in February. This supper is becoming an established custom on the campus and students
Fill themselves with waffles prepared and served by the members of the club.
Other programs for the year were a dinner given by the actives for the initiates and a
talk on food conditions in overseas countries.
Members of the club must be either majors or minors in home economics and must
maintain an average of B in the Field. The formal purpose of the club is to "further scho-
lastic achievements in home economics, to introduce home economics into the community
and to unite the classes and interest of the members in the organization."
The club's officers for this year were: Catharine Huxtable, presidentg Margaret Becker,
vice-president: Nancy Norris, secretary, and Ethel Belle Dean, treasurer.
Home Economics Club and
Alpha Nu chapter of Kappa Pi, national honorary art fraternity, was installed at Albion
last May, replacing what was formerly the Art club. The first initiation carried on by this
chapter last fall was celebrated afterwards by dinner in Marshall.
The members decided to award a Kappa Pi key as the grand prize for the annual student
exhibit which it sponsors in the spring for all art students. Also on its calendar for the
year are circulating and senior art exhibits.
Most of the posters seen displayed around campus were created by the members of
this organization, Usually this work is done at the meetings.
Officers for the year were: Helen Price, president: Ethel Belle Dean, vice-president:
Elizabeth Cross, secretary, and Betty Sternberg, treasurer.
Oldest club on Albion's campus is the Biology club with membership restricted to
twelve members. The objective of the club is to stimulate discussion of current biological
During the year the club sponsored lectures by Dr. Gerald W. Prescott, who did scien-
tiiic work for several months in South America, and Dr. H. H. Bartlett of the University
of Michigan. Movies were also shown on bio'ogical subjects.
A student who has completed one year of biology and maintained a "B" average, may
be nominated by the club staff members. He must also be a major or a minor in biology.
The officers for the year were Melbourne Worfel, president: Sallie Holcomb, secre-
Students planned and directed most of the Chemistry club meetings this year. Some
of the programs were talks given by students about summer jobs related to the Field or an
area of special interest within the Field. At one meeting a round table discussion was pre-
sented by students on the atomic bomb and the possible p0St-War application of atomic
energy. This followed the November meeting when the group attended the lecture by Dr.
Harold Q. Fuller on the atomic bomb. The year was ended in May by a picnic held with
the Chemistry club and Kappa Mu Epsilon.
OFlicers for the year were: William Ashbaugh, presidentg Robert Kelley, vice-presi-
dent, and Norma Spafford, secretary-treasurer. Most of the members of the club are also
members of the Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Association, which does
not hold separate meetings on this campus.
Holcomb. Brattin. Matchu-
let, Kelly, Miss Rogers,
Barcroft, Worfel, Hum-
phries, Truax. Childs, Van-
Duzen. Shattuck. L.. Good-
win, Kittinger, Dr. Chick-
ering. NOT IN PICTURE:
Hanna, Dr. Prescott.
BACK ROW: McPherson
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Van Dusen. Huxtable. Ash-
ley. McPherson, Childs
THIRD ROW: Nixon, Bar-
ton, Haswell, Richardson
Swan. FOURTH ROW:
Miss Engle. Dr. Randall
Ashbaugh. Kelley, Spalfordi
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Houghton, Hills. Hopkins.
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OND ROW: Bunte. Her-
rick. Albertzart, Kittinger.
KAPPA MU EPSILON
BACK ROW: McPherson.
Moffett, Parkhurst, Dr. In-
galls, Dr. Sleight. SECOND
ROW: Weber, Schuett, Hel-
zer, T h o m a s , Bleeker.
THIRD ROW: Barker,
Leonard, Bunte, Shattuck,
This year has seen Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics society, grow in
strength and number with the return of so many men to campus.
It was a relief to the new members of this organization when they had finished giving
their initiation speeches on some phase of mathematics, and became full-fledged members,
although their work continued all year. One or two papers were prepared by members to be
presented at each meeting to further their information and interest in mathematics. The
group had discussions of current mathematic interests, applied mathematics, and vocations
in their field.
The members of this group have found it very interesting to contact their alumni and
to learn what they are doing and the kind of work they are carrying on.
Officers for the year were: Mary Shattuck, presidentg Harriette Leonard, vice-presi-
dent: Marion Bunte, secretary-treasurer: Janis Barker, program chairman.
Physics Club and
Kappa Mu Epsilon
After being inactive in 1944-45 the Physics club was started again this year with a
nucleus of half a dozen old members. At the beginning of the second semester 11 new
members came into the club. Officers for the year were: Charles Parkhurst, president:
jack Buck, vice-president, and Marion Bunte, secretary-treasurer.
Varied programs were presented throughout the year, A lecture in November on the
atomic bomb by Dr. Harold Q. Fuller, club sponsor, who was on leave of absence during
1944-45 working on the Oak Ridge, Tenn., project, was open to the public. Mr. Reginald T.
Harling, the other faculty member of the Physics club, talked on "Lilliput Re-visited" as a
portion of the January program. Several motion pictures of the General Electric "Excur-
sions ir Science" series were presented, in March. Student papers made up the programs for
the balance of the year and the May meeting consisted of a picnic with Kappa Mu Epsi-
lon, national honorary mathematics fraternity.
X X9 "The Football craze'
A M S
TOP ROW: Coach Surankle, Wells, Brown, Adgate, Hopkins, Newkirk, Day, Light, Wiggins, Sharp, N.. Hurlbut, Bell, Gittus,
Lenzi, Burnstine. Yost. Sharp, A., Cummings. Lamb. SECOND ROW: Martin, Athey, Valrance. Beechler, Lighthall. Gaskell,
Novak, Field, Linton, Blanchard, Linam, Smith, W., Huelga. FIRST ROW: Porritt, Lynn, Johansen, Black, Sommerville,
Turpin, Bishop, Blythe, Gresso, Ytterberg.
Albion college was represented in intercollegiate football this year for the first time since 1942.
Largely an inexperienced and under-manned team, the Briton squad won only one game and lost seven.
This record, however, does not tell the full story of the season.
On six occasions, the difference in score was a single touchdown while in one game the difference
was a solitary point. In many instances the Britons led their opponents throughout the game only to
see their lead diminish in the final minutes of play and to see the opposition forge ahead to victory.
Hillsdale was the First opponent on the eight game schedule and Albion took the Dales in stride
14-6. Michigan Normal college of Ypsilanti provided the next opposition and scored a touchdown
late in the third quarter to defeat the Britons 6-0. Albion played host to Alma in the next game and
dropped a 13--12 thriller. Central Michigan college was held scoreless until the last Eve minutes of
the contest but then managed to push over a touchdown to down the Britons 7-0.
Albion led Wayne university until the last three minutes only to have the Tartars squeeze out a
7-6 victory. Michigan Normal made a return engagement for homecoming and again defeated the
Britons 6-0. Two Ohio teams furnished the opposition for the last two games. Ashland college downed
Albion 13-6 while Otterbein college took the measure of the Britons 12-7.
Twenty-three men were awarded varsity letters for their work during the season. Among the out-
standing players were Keith Hurlbut, Bill Lighthall, Ralph Ytterberg, Bob Lenzi, Bernard Johansen
and Vern Gresso.
With the return of veteran players to the campus, Coach Walter B. Sprandel was able to put a
better than average basketball team on the court to represent Albion college in the 1945-46 cage
season. The Britons ended the season with ten victories and eight losses.
In eighteen games, Albion averaged 50 points a game while compiling an offensive total of 909
points. Albion's opponents scored heavily also, making 858 points against the Briton five.
Outstanding player of the season was veteran Lewis Moon who scored 220 points: just two points
shy of the MIAA scoring record. Moon placed second in the MIAA scoring race.
Jerome Edwards was another standout. He scored 197 points and placed in the ten high scorers of
the MIAA. Although Elkin Isaac missed the First six games of the season, he managed to score 162
points and to set the team individual scoring record with 25 points against Michigan Normal college.
Other players who turned in creditable performances were Louis Black, Bernard Johansen, Robert
Linton, Robert Lynn.
The season's results were:
Albion 444-Western Ontario 42 Albion 41-Kalamazoo 27
Albion 33-Michigan Normal 48 Albion 64-Alma 47
Albion 3.5-Wayne 39 Albion 48-Toronto 64
Albion 52-Alma 50 Albion 4'8-Western Ontario 40
Albion 39-Canisius 53 Albion 40-Wayne 47
Albion 5X5-Niagra 52 Albion 79-Hillsdale 34
Albion 53-Hope 47 Albion 50-Hope 67
Albion 59-Calvin 43 Albion 53-Kalamazoo 56
Albion 63--Hillsdale 42 Albion 51-Michigan Normal 60
FOP ROW: Pon, Novak, Field. Jackson, Lamb. Skeels, Huelga. SECOND ROW: Hurlbut, Oakes. Burnstine, Moon, Ed-
vards. Scofield, Johansen. FIRST ROW: Coach Sprandel, Wiggins. Linton, Black, Russell. Shaeffer, Furnas.
omen's Athletic Association
Interest in women's sports increased this year with a membership of 158 women
in WAA. In addition a great number of other college women participated in the
various WAA activities.
Hockey began the season with the Gold and White All-Star teams, captained by
Dorothy Dinger and Rosemary Berry, ending the final game in a 4-4 tie. The award
to the outstanding player this year went to Lois Johnson.
Bowling and badminton came next with Patricia Webb winning First place in the
bowling tournament, and Dagmar Dean taking top honors in badminton for the second
An A and B league were carried on in basketball with the Zeta Tau Alphas taking
first place in the A league and the Alphi Chi Omegas and the Alpha Xi Deltas tying
for first place in the B group. Audrey McPherson led the Pro team and Marilyn Gran-
ville the Con team for the All-Star basketball game. The Cons defeated the Pros,
20-18. The seniors carried away first place for class games.
Two hundred fifty women participated in the volleyball tournaments this year.
An intramural tournament was led by Dean hall, a consolation tournament was won
by the Zeta Tau Alpha's and the Final school championship in volleyball went to the
Hiking and swimming continued throughout the year and spring brought baseball,
canoeing, archery, tennis and roller skating.
Major officers for the year were: Olive Priestly, presidentg Marjorie Hearst,
vice-president: Margaret Downs, secretary, and Amy Thomas, treasurer.
BACK ROW: Dean. E. B., Yost, Morrison, Becker, M., Becker, C.. Whitney, Cochran, Harger, Drake.
SECOND ROW: Richardson, VanArk. Mahalify, Pellowe, Vance, Vollmer, Fishbeck, Royer, Perry, Novy,
Logan. THIRD ROW: Barnes, Robinson. Neidermiller Jones, Callahan, Burns, Hobin, Granville,
Chrysler, Nickora, Wenzel, Dam-ey. Taylor, Hunt FOURTH ROW: Hinrichs, Hatch, Watson, Matthews.
Holmes, S., Dalrymple, Marvin, Webb, Fessenden Loveday, Vllare, Barton. Meyers. Hossfeld. FIFTH
ROW: Workman, Mosteller, Hock, Cartwright, Childs, Thomas, Brown, L., Preistlev. Grflsbncz Harriscn.
Huxtable, Lewis. Downs.
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A tour year Christian, co-educational, liberal arts college, Albion also offers
three year pre-professional training in dentistry, engineering, laboratory
techniques, law, medicine, nursing and forestry under a combined Course
arrangement With universities and professional schools. Courses preparatory
for the Christian ministry and other forms ot religious service are featured.
Known as "the college of distinguished alumni," its normal enrollment is 800.
Fall Semester Begins September 15
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