Albion College - Albionian Yearbook (Albion, MI)

 - Class of 1949

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MlMiipfWSffiiiffi(, P J JBLIC L| BRARY 3 1833 01844 3462 GC 977.402 AL14ALC, 1949 The 1949 illiioiiiaii Taylor Ball Editor Robert L. Brown Business Manager Albion College Albion, Michigan Seaton Hall Kresge Gymnasium Robinson Hall •; : . South Campus Lower Berry Walk Epworth Physics Building Ilomero miis October, 1948 mnr ar ma Choir Minstrel Show Sadie Hawkins Dance homecominc Dance WlNTERSET Cacers And Coach At Alumni Field Tau Kappa Epsilon Quartet " : : - ■ -. ■ , Seniors Mary Lou Ahrens Fern dale Alpha Xi Delta, president; Home Economics club, pres- ident; Panhellenic council, secretary; YWCA; WAA Barbara Alexander Hillsdale Independent Women ' s league; Classical club; YWCA Barbara Allen Clarence Allen Detroit Port tiac Delta Zeta: Albion College Players; Canterbury club; WANR WANR Helen Allen St. Joseph Delta Zeta. recording secre- tary; Alpha Lambda Delta; Biology club, vice-president, secretary-treasurer; Chem- istry club; WAA; Phi Beta Kappa Benjamin Balaram Puntamba, Bombay, India Goodrich club; Omicron Delta Kappa; Chi Epsilon, cabinet; Sociology club, vice- president; YMCA Barbara Barnes Detroit Alpha Xi Delta, treasurer; Kappa Mil Epsilon, secreta- ry-treasurer; WAA board; YWCA board Adolph Anselmi Detroit Tau Kappa Epsilon Taylor Ball Trenton Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Phi Gamma; Albionian, editor; Pleiad; Band; Orchestra William Batey Adrian Alpha Tau Omega, vice-pres- ident ; Choir John Beaichamp Catherine Becker Detroit Detroit Sigma Nu Delta Gamma, treasurer; Kappa Pi, treasurer; Span- ish c 1 u b, vice-president ; WAA, president, " Outstand- ing Senior " award 12 Seniors Blair Bedient Albion Alpha Tau Omega, vice-pres- ident; Economics club Robert Biggs Detroit Sigma Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa, vice-president; Who ' s Who; Junior class president; Biology club; German club; Physics club; Chemistry club; YMCA; " A " club: Track, R. R. Daugherty tro- phy; Phi Beta Kappa Stephen Blatchly Roscoe, New York Independent Men ' s union; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Choir Frank Bonta Eaton Rapids Sigma Nu; Forum club, vice- president; " A " club; Foot- ball; Baseball Margery Boothroyd Pleasant Ridge Delta Zeta, vice-president, treasurer; Alpha Lambda Delta, treasurer; Mortar Board, president; Who ' s Who; AWS, president; Pan- hellenic council cup; Chem- istry club; Biology club; Y W C A, vice-president; WAA; Phi Beta Kappa Betty Bourc Detroit Delta Zeta, corresponding secretary; Albion College Plavers, secretary; German club; YWCA Frederick Bernat Detroit Delta Sigma Phi; " A " club; Football, captain, most val- uable player, scholarship cup; Omicron Delta Kappa Louis Black Chicago Alpha Tau Omega; German club, treasurer; " A " club; Football; Cross country; Basketball, captain; MIAA basketball team; MIAA stu- dent representative Robert Bliss Royal Oak- Delta Sigma Phi, vice-pres- ident; Interfraternity coun- cil, treasurer; Albion College Players; Economics club; Spanish club; Portuguese club Joyce Closson Boone Detroit Delta Gamma, recording sec- retary; Sociology club; Spanish club Dale Bordt Monroe Sigma Nu; Biology club; French club Earl Bower Armada Delta Tat Seniors Margaret Bowker Big Rapids Alpha Xi Delta, vice-presi- dent; Mortar Board, editor; Alpha Lambda Delta, presi- dent; Who ' s Who: Pleiad; Albionian; Choir; Campus Religious council, treasurer; Sociology club; YWCA cab- inet; WAA; Phi Beta Kap- pa Mary Ann Taylor Brines Detroit Alpha Chi Omega: Alpha Lambda Delta; Classical club; Spanish club; French club, president; YWCA; Phi Beta Kappa Arthur Brown Detroit Alpha Tau Omega, presi- dent; Kappa Mu Epsilon; lnterfraternity council; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Kappa Pi; Physics club; Orchestra; Phi Beta Kappa M ry Lou Buck Kalamazoo Alpha Xi Delta; Student council; Sociology club; French club; Campus Relig- ious council; YWCA, presi- dent; WAA Richard Campbell Algonac Delta Tau Delta; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, treasurer, national councilman; Band, drum major; Orchestra Helen Constantine Detroit Alpha Xi Delta, correspond- ing secretary; Mortar Board, historian; Alpha Lambda Delta; Who ' s Who; Panhel- lenic council, treasurer; AWS, treasurer; Home Eco- nomics club, president; French club, secretary; WAA; Phi Beta Kappa 14 Linda Bowman Charlevoix Independent Women ' s league; Theta Alpha Phi; Zeta Epsilon Lambda; Al- bion College Players; Span- ish club; Band; Orchestra; Oratory; Debate David Brocren North Muskegon Delta Tau Delta Merrill Brown Detroit Sigma Nu; Cerman club Catherine Bull Sparta Delta Zeta; Wesley Fellow- ship; Band; Orchestra; YWCA; WAA William Cavanach Albion Delta Tau Delta; club, treasurer; YMCA French WANR; William Cook Battle Creek Tau Kappa Epsilon, presi- dent, secretary ; German club, vice-president; Sociol- ogy club; lnterfraternity council, secretary; Campus Religious council; Choir; YMCA Seniors Joyce Cooley Tulsa, Oklahoma Independent Women ' s league: YWCA Miriam Crone Detroit Wesley Fellowship; Phi Beta Kappa Paul Deller Jackson Delta Tau Delta, treasurer, recording secretary; Forum club; Economics club, treas- urer; " A " club; Track Archie Donigan Flint Independent Men ' s union; Spanish club; YMCA Keith Ednie Buchanan Tau Kappa Epsilon, treasur- er; YMCA Edward Foster East Detroit Alpha Tau Omega; " A " club; Football; Track Ernestine Crandall Lapeer Zeta Tau Alpha, president; Kappa Pi: Panhellenic coun- cil; WAA Jean Curtiss Detroit Independent Women ' s league, vice-president; French club; WAA; YWCA James Dies Akron, Ohio Sigma Nu; " ' A ' ' ketball club; Bas- Grant Duncan Fowlerville Alpha Tau Omega; Omicron Delta Kappa; Biology club; Spanish club; " A " club; Tennis; YMCA Georgina Jane Fenner Detroit Zeta Tau Alpha; Sigma Al- pha Iota; Madrigal Singers; Choir; Student council; YWCA Marco Campbell Foster Detroit Alpha Chi Omega; Choir; WAA 15 Seniors Lawrence Frank Albion Alpha Tau Omega, secreta- ry; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, vice-president; Band; Or- chestra; YMCA Phillip Friedrick Detroit Tau Kappa Epsilon; YMCA Lou Ann Garber Detroit Alpha Chi Omega, sponding secretary; club; YWCA corre- Forum Joan Goodall Albion Zeta Tau Alpha; Panhellen- ic council; YWCA board Elizabeth Haefele Albion Biology club; Phi Beta Kap- pa Barbara Hatfield Niles Kappa Pi; YWCA Mary Jane Fraser Highland Park French club; Sociology club; WANR; YWCA; WAA Gordon Fuller Ionia Fiske lodge; Track John Gardner Albion Delta Tau Delta; YMCA; Canterbury club; Forum club; Spanish club, treasur- er; Albionian, 1948 business manager Wanda Griffiths Kalamazoo German club; WAA; YWCA Carol Hacerman Ann Arbor Delta Gamma ; Classical club, vice-president ; Canter- bury club; Campus Relig- ious council; YWCA Mary Belle Hawver Fort Wayne, Indiana Delta Gamma; Sociology club, president 16 Seniors Jean Hayward Rochester Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Mu Epsilon; WAA; YWCA Marjome Henshaw Birmingham Alpha Chi Omega; Band; Orchestra; WAA; YWCA CoRYDON HlMELBERGER Battle Creek Doris Hoover Pontiac Dean Hall, secretary-treasur- er; Zeta Epsilon Lambda, secretary; YWCA; WAA; Phi Beta Kappa Georce Huckle Cadillac Delta Tau Delta, correspond- ing secretary; Phi Mu Al- pha Sinfonia; Physics club, secretary-treasurer; Choir Shirley Jarrett Saginaw Classical club, vice-president, secretary-treasurer Walter Henke Benton Harbor Sigma Chi, vice-president ; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Choir Choi Margaret Hills Vassar Zeta Epsilon Lambda; We ley Fellowship ; YWCA. treasurer Edward Holmes Detroit Biology club Yvonne Howard Muskegon Zeta Tau Alpha, secretary; WAA Mary Hunt Detroit Alpha Xi Delta; Wesley Fel- lowship Margaret Jay Gary, Indiana Zeta Tau Alpha, correspond- ing secretary; Home Eco- nomics club; French club; Panhellenic council; Forum club, secretary-treasurer; Senior class secretary; YWCA; WAA 17 Seniors Ber.nard Johansen East Detroit Alpha Tau Omega; " A " club; Football; Basketball: Track Stanley Jones St. Joseph Sigma Chi, president, treas- urer; Omicron Delta Kap- pa, treasurer; Who ' s Who; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; In- terfraternity council, vice- president; Student council, president; Economics club; " A " club; Band; Orchestra; Tennis, most valuable player; YMCA; Phi Beta Kappa Maurice Katz Battle Creek Sigma Chi; Chemistry club; Biology club Beverly Kindic Bay City Kappa Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-president; Madri- gal Singers; Choir; YWCA William Kuhn Pleasant Ridge Delta Tau Delta Carol Lee Birmingham Jean Johnston Marshall Independent Women ' s league, treasurer; Albion College Players; WAA board; YWCA William Kasler Niles Delta Tau Delta; " A " club; Golf, captain, most valuable player Donald Kennedy Flint Margaret Knowles Dearborn Alpha Xi Delta; Kappa Pi Jack Lainc Grosse Pointe Sigma Chi Jean Lee Detroit Delta Zeta, president; AWS board; Panhellenic council; Chemistry club; YWCA; WAA 18 Seniors Phyllis Lee Montclair, New Jersey Delta Zeta: French club; Spanish club; WAA; Phi Beta Kappa Robert Lenzi Argo, Illinois Sigma Nu. vice-president; " A " club; Football; Track; YMCA Jane Lindow Marine City Edwin McCurry Muskegon Student council; Campus Religious council; Chi Ep- silon; Wesley Fellowship, cabinet; " A " ' club; Track; Cross country Robert McIntosh Royal Oak Delta Sisma Phi Keith Leenhouts Royal Oak Tau Kappa Epsilon: Forum club; YMCA Kenneth Lindland Muskegon Heights Chi Epsilon; Wesley Fellow- ship; Choir; Classical club; Football; Tennis Harry Lipski Grosse Pointe Sigma Chi; Alpha Phi Gam- ma; Pleiad Edgar McCoy Neal McCue Albion Goodells Delta Tau Delta Sigma Ch Betty McIlvennan Detroit Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Mu Epsilon; German club, sec- retary; Pleiad; Albionian; WAA board Natalie McKenzie Marshall Zeta Tau Alpha; YWCA; WAA 19 Seniors Betty McLaren Detroit Alpha Xi Delta, president; Panhellenic council; WAA hoard; YWCA William Manspeakek Buchanan Delta Sigma Phi Bernadine Marta Detroit WAA Martha Miller Nappanee, Indiana Zeta Tau Alpha; YWCA; WAA Robert Mohr Tecumseh Delta Tau Delta, preside nt ; Who ' s Who; Student coun- cil, president; Interfraterni- ty council, vice-president; Biology cluh; Chemistry club; " A " club; Football; Track Jean McNutt Dayton, Ohio Kappa Delta Elizabeth Marshall Grand Haven Alpha Xi Delta; Kappa Mu Epsilon; WAA board, treas- urer; YWCA Wendell Martin Albion Omicron Delta Kappa; Kap- pa Mu Epsilon; " A " club, president; Football; Base- Ball; Track; YMCA Richard Miller Saginaw Delta Tau Delta Dolores Morlock Detroit Kappa Delta; Band; Orches- tra; WAA John Mulder Marcaret Naumoff Flint Detroit Delta Tau Delta: Phi Mu 1 ndependent Women ' s league ; Alpha Sinfonia; Choir; Chi Alpha Lambda Delta, vice- Epsilon; Classical club; So- president; Zeta Epsilon ciology club; YMCA Lambda; Biology club, sec- retary-treasurer; Chemistry cluh, vice-president; German club, treasurer; YWCA; WAA; Phi Beta Kappa 20 Seniors Donald Nell Albion Delta Tau Delta; Orchestra; Band; drum major; Physics club; WANR; YMCA Dorothy Olenzek Detroit Delta Zeta; Kappa P ma Alpha Iota; YWCA; WAA i; Sig- Choir; Martha Orr Battle Creek Independent Women ' s league ; Sigma Alpha Iota; YWCA Lawrence Pahl Albion Delta Tau Delta; club; YMCA William Patterson Battle Creek Economics club; Kappa Phi Beta William Perkins Hudson Tau Kappa Epsilon, secre- tary; Omicron Delta Kap- pa; Who ' s Who; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Choir; Al- bion College Players; Horn contest winner; Forensics; Campus Religious council, president ; YMCA, presi- dent; Chi Epsilon; Wesley Fellowship ; French club Joy Oddy Aurora, Illinois Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-presi ident, treasurer; Mortal Board, treasurer; Who ' s Who; Alpha Lambda Delta AWS board; Forum club Spanish club, vice-president Albion College Players, pres- ident, vice-president; WAA board ; Phi Beta Kappa Mary Ann Onstad Detroit Delta Gamma, president ; Mortar Board, vice-presi- dent; Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-president; Who ' s Who; French club; Band; Orches- tra; AWS, secretary; Sopho- more class secretary; YWCA; WAA Mary Padden Ferndale Kappa Delta, corresponding secretary; Classical club, president; Panhellenic coun- cil; Spanish club; YWCA; WAA Norman Papsdorf Clinton Delta Sigma Phi; Physics club Shirley Pearce Royal Oak Delta Zeta, treasurer; Kap- pa Pi; Choir; Home Eco- nomics club; Wesley Fellow- ship; WAA; YWCA Jean Peterson Detroit Independent Women ' s league ; Student council, treasurer; Spanish club, secretary ; Kappa Pi; Zeta Epsilon Lambda; YWCA; WAA 21 Seniors Charlotte Phelps Detroit Kappa Delta, treasurer: Kap- pa Mu Epsilon; WAA, sec- retary Bonnalyn Phillips Wayn e Kappa Delta; Forum club; YWCA board; WAA board Eileen Platzke Eleanor Pore Park Ridge. Illinois Trenton Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics club, vice-presi- dent, secretary; Chemistry club. secretary-treasurer; Band ; Orchestra Orchestra; Sociology club Canterbury club; WAA YWCA Perry Porter New York Wesley Fellowship; Chi Ep- silon; Choir; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, secretary Patricia Randall Belleville Independent Women ' s league ; Dean hall, president ; Soci- ology club; AWS board; YWCA Cordon Reitz Battle Creek Sigma Chi; Economics club; Albionian, 1947 business manager Raymond Safronoff Hazel Park Independent Men ' s union v i c e-president, treasurer Goodrich club; Omicron Del ta Kappa, president; Stu dent council; Campus Re ligious council; YMCA, vice president, treasurer; Chi Ep silon; Wesley Fellowship " A " club; Football; Track 22 William Porter Albion Richard Reid Detroit Delta Tau Delta, recording secretary; Forum club Marjorie Rogers Albion Sigma Alpha Iota; YWCA Choir; Beverly Sawyer Royal Oak Alpha Xi Delta Seniors riHlV fc Elizabeth Schooley Birmingham Delta Gamma, correspond- ing secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota; Choir; Madrigal Sing- ers; YWCA Raymond Schumacher Albion William Scofield Howell Tau Kappa Epsilon; Kappa Mu Epsilon, president; Pub- lications council; Spanish club; YMCA; Senior class treasurer; Sophomore class treasurer; " A " club; Base- ball; Basketball; Golf Jack Shader Royal Oak Delta Sigma Phi Eber Sherman Albion Sigma Chi; Biology club, president; Chemistry club, president ; German club, vice-president Harold Schoultz Northville Delta Sigma Phi, David Schuurmans Lansing Tau Kappa Epsilon; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, treasurer; Who ' s Who; Choir, presi- dent; Madrigal Singers; Spanish club ; Chemistry club; Wesley Fellowship William Seith Detroit Delta Sigma Phi, secretary; Chemistry club; Debate; Band Norman Sharp Jackson Sigma Nu; " A " club; Foot- ball; Baseball manager G. Loyd Siler Wyandotte Sigma Chi; Wesley Fellow- ship; Forum club; Debate Gerald Skeels Adrian Sigma Nu, secretary; ball; Track Howard Slutz Muskegon Tau Kappa Epsilon; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Kappa Pi, president ; Wesley Fel- lowship; YMCA 23 Seniors Grace Smith Detroit Alpha Chi Omega; Forum club; WAA Kenneth A. Smith Corpus Christi, Texas Sigma Chi; Forum club; World Federalists Patricia Smith Virginia Smith Detroit Detroit Kappa Delta: Sigma Alpha Alpha Chi Omega, vice-pres Iota; YWCA; WAA ident; Sigma Alpha Iota, re cording secretary; Panhel lenic council, president ; Choir; AWS, vice-president Marilyn Snodcrass Detroit Kappa Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota, corresponding secreta- ry; Spanish club; Band; Or- chestra; YWCA; WAA Li ' CRETIA SPRATT Royal Oak- Kappa Delta: Student coun- cil; Senior class vice-presi- dent; Junior class secretary; WAA, vice-president Kenneth Spyker Saginaw Economics club, vice-presi- dent; " A " ' club; Baseball Tom Steele Muskegon Delta Tau Delta; Freshman class president, treasurer; • ' A " club; Golf Nancy Spouse Royal Oak- Alpha Chi Omega, presi- dent; Choir; WAA Mabgretta Sprincborn Detroit Kappa Delta. secretary; Home Economics club, treas- urer; Spanish club; Campus Religious council; YWCA, president; WAA board Robert Starnes Battle Creek Tau Kappa Epsilon; YMCA Dorothy Steinincer Wayne Dean hall, secretary, treasur er; Sigma Alpha Iota, presi dent ; Zeta Epsilon Lambda Publications council, presi dent; Band; Orchestra Choir, vice-president; Mad rigal Singers; Jenny Worth ington cup; Wesley Fellow ship, secretary; YWCA 24 Seniors Jacqueline Stiles Detroit Kappa Delta, vice-president, treasurer; Mortar Board, sec- retary; Alpha Lambda Del- ta; Theta Alpha Phi; Who ' s Who; Chemistry club; Al- bion College Players, vice- president, secretary; AWS board; YWCA; WAA; Phi Beta Kappa Ellen Styles Detroit Independent Women ' s league, president; Home Economics club; Wesley Fellowship; YWCA C. James Sturces Detroit Sigma Nu; Classical club; Economics club William Taylor Detroit Ted Titus Albion Sigma Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa; Interfraternity coun- cil; Choir; Spanish club, president; French club, sec- retary; Portuguese club; YMCA Spencer Tomion Albion Tau Kappa Epsilon, presi- dent; Omicron Delta Kappa; Interfraternity council, vice- president; Student council, vie e-president ; Economics club; Sophomore class presi- dent; " A " club, vice-presi- dent; Baseball; Basketball; Football Ellen Transue Albion Alpha Chi Omega; Zeta Ep- silon Lambda; Sociology club; Albion College Play- Suzanna Taylor Niles Zeta Tau Alpha; Zeta Ep- silon Lambda; Spanish club; YWCA; WAA Genevieve Thalner Jackson Sociology club Sara Fitzgerald Tobias Western Springs, Illinois Alpha Chi Omega RORERT TOMPERT Detroit Sigma Chi Angelo Valato Ishpeming Delta Tau Delta, vice-presi- dent; Forum club, presi- dent; Senior class president; Interfraternity council, sec- retary 25 Seniors Richard Vetter Jackson Goodrich club, president; Physics club: Kappa Mu Ep- silon: Choir Dolores Weddell Detroit Kappa Delta, president; Panhellenic council; Orches- tra; YWCA; WAA board Florence Wells Vassar Independent Women ' s league, corresponding secretary; Spanish club; YWCA Joanne West Romeo Sigma Alpha Orchestra Leonella Wilcox Detroit Kappa Delta; Who ' s Who; Panbellenic council, treasur- er; French club, president; Spanish club; Choir, secre- tary; AWS board; YWCA, treasurer; WAA Richard Watkins Tecumseh Sigma Chi; German Physics club t-lub; John Wellington Albion Economics club; Baseball Robert Wentworth Montague Chi Epsilon. president, sec- retary, treasurer; Campus Religious council; Classical club; Debate; YMCA Anna Westenfelder Fremont Independent Women ' s league; Sigma Alpha Iota, recording secretary; French club; Band ; Orchestra Earl Williamson Detroit Delta Tau Delta 26 Seniors Frank Wochholz Port Huron Sigma Chi; Theta Alpha Phi; Albion College Players; Forensics Marion Wyckoff Detroit Zeta Tau Alpha; Alpha Lambda Delta; Econom- ics club, secretary; Spanish club; WAA; Phi Beta Kappa Billie Yuill Wyandotte Classical club; YWCA; Seniors lot Pictured Adolph Anselmi Stanley Baker Joseph Bixler Jack Blanchard Rorert Bower Richard Carver Warren Corbin Ohmer Curtiss Richard Foor Lillian Friedrick Edward Green Julia Herrick Louis Hooper Donald Robert Linton William Milner Robert Pfeuffer Alfred Pfister Edgar Pollock Walter Ptak Shirley Reed Robert Robison Marcaret Sessions Harold Wakelin Paul Wason William West Barbara Wollenzin 27 GLENNA ABERNETHY CLAIRE ADAMS DONALD ALEXANDER JO ANNE ALEXANDER CATHERINE ALLEN LYLE ALLIS JERRY ALVERSON DONNA ANDERSON SYLVIA ANDERSON YERLE ANDERSON RICHARD APPL BOYD ARTHURS DONALD ASHDOWN BARBARA BAILEY GERALD BAILEY HAROLD BAILEY GERALD BALDWIN WILBUR BANGS JOHN BARGER EDNA BARTLEY MICHAEL BASRA ADAROSE BEACH RONALD BECK JOAN BEDFORD JEAN BENOEL JAMES BERGLUND MARJOR1E BERRY CHARLES BERTSCH Juniors 23 BEVERLY BICKEL FRANCES BIGLER NEIL BINTZ JOHN BIRD HAROLD BLOOMOUIST WALTER BOND ROBERT BOONE RICHARD BROOKS AUBREY BROWN ERNESTINE BROWN ROBERT L. BROWN GEORGE BULLEN OLIVER BURNS SANFORD BURR FRANK BURT ROBERT BUSLEPP JEAN BUTER DOLORES CALHOUN RUTH CALLAHAN DAVID CARR JOHN CARTWRIGHT MATTHEW CHIONCHIO PHYLLIS CHISHOLM RICHARD COCHRAN DONALD CULBERTSON JACQUELYN CUMMINGS DAVID CURHAN ALEC DALGETTY Juniors 29 GORDON DAVIS MARGARET DEARING HELEN DE VOE DONALD DE WITT ALLEN DE WOLFE WILBUR DICK BARBARA DONAHUE MURIEL DONALDSON MARILYN DRIEBUSCH MARIAN DURMAN JOHN ENGLE J. LESLIE ENGSTROM FRANCISCO FEBLES RICHARD FIELD FREDERICK FISKE MARGARET FRENCH ALBERT FREVERT MARY LOU GARTUNG PHILLIP GATES RAYMOND GILLESPIE BURL GLENDENING CHARLES GROSS JOYCE GUTHAT SHIRLEY HAMILTON DAVID HARMER DANIEL HARRINGTON JAMES HARRISON GEORGE HARTMANN Juniors 30 HELEN HAWVER CATHERINE HENDRICK DOROTHY HENGST HAROLD HEYM BARBARA HILL NANCY HILL NANCY HOSMAN LYMAN HOWARD BETTY HUM HARRY HUNTER JAMES INGLIS DOROTHY JACKSON C. BERNARD JOHNSON WILLIAM JOHNSON BETTY JONES GEORGE KAY ARTHUR KEENEY ERNESTINE KEIM JAMES KENDALL OLGA KLIMOVICH ROBERT KNIGHT JANE KOEPEL EDWARD KRAUTHEIM MELVIN KURTZ LOIS LANGE LOIS LARSON RICHARD LARSON DONALD LEE Juniors 31 WILLIAM LEE PEIRCE LEWIS WAYNE LINDOW JEANNE LONG BETTY LYNN RICHARD MacDONALD sally Mackenzie MARYLYN McCORMICK KATHRYN McCREDIE jack Mcdonald JAMES McKEAN JOHN MALEJAN MARILYN MANN LARUE MEAD DONNA MEADEMA RICHARD MEYER CHARLES MILLER JACQUELINE MILLER PHILIP MISKE JANICE MONTGOMERY KENNETH MORGAN ROBERT MORRISON III RYEA MORTON THOMAS MORTON HARRIETTE MYER KENNETH NELSON WILLIAM NEWMAN LEROY NIEMANN Juniors 32 JEAN NORLAND EARL ORMISTON PATRICIA PAGE RHODA PANGBURN MARY ELLEN PASMORE CAROL JANE PAXTON PATRICIA PERRY MARVIN PHILLIPS WILLIAM PILLINGER MAX POLLEY CARYL PORTER ROBERT RICHARDS CHARLES RICKER HUGH ROBINS PHYLLIS ROE PHILIP ROSS CARL SATTELBERG HAMILTON SCHARFF MURIEL SCHLORFF JOSEPH SHARA KEITH SHAW MARVIN SHEBEL DONALD SHELY RICHARD SHERRILL LESTER SHIERE LAGUSSIE SIMMONS WILLIAM SIMPSON RICHARD SLEATER Juniors 33 DALE SMITH DEWEY SMITH EUGENE SNELL DWIGHT SOMERS FLORENCE SPALDING LOUISE STEGEMAN DARYL STEVENS WANETA STEVENS JOHN STITT WILLIAM STOKOE HAROLD STRAYER HAROLD TABER MELVIN TESSIN JEAN THARP ROBERT L. THOMPSON RICHARD TORLEY PATRICIA TOWNSHEND MAX TOY WILLIAM VALENTINE GEORGE VALRANCE ELIZABETH VERDOW ROBERT VERNIER LAWRENCE WADE RICHARD WANTY SHIRLEY WATSON MARY WEAVER MONEVEH WEEKS JOHN WHEATLEY Junioh 34 MARVIN WICKHAM JAMES WILTSE CLARK WURM MARGARET YODER RICHARD ZEMMER THOMAS ZEMMER GERALD ZICK JACK ZIMMERMAN Juniors Without Pictures Richard Adams John Adrianson Frank Anthony Donald Bahs Charles Baker James Baker Constance Barlond Ralph Bauchey Donald Baumcartner Claude Behn Carlton Benson Raymond Bergin Robert Bergstrom Julius Binder Donald Bird Bernard Birt Charles Bishop Robert Blyholder Norman Brautigam William Brines Thomas Brown Robert E. Brown John Butterfield Wallace Cameron Joseph Canna Raymond Carlson John Carstens John Carter James Chamberlin Neil Cochrane John Cooley Paul Creamer Richard Cronk James Custer Clarence Dailey Richard Dalley James Dearing Arthur Dell Robert Dobbs Richard Donaldson Thomas Donaldson Donald Douglass Gordon Ely Vernon Floria Richard Fransted Herbert Fredenburg Maurice Galbreath Ila Garner Ralph Garner Arlene Garver Robert Gordon Jack Grommons Marvin Grostic Douglas Hackett William Hammond Robert Hawes Steven Hegedus Charles Held John Hodge Robert Howard Geraldine Iwerks Merton Jacobs Clark Jacot William Jeffrey Wesley Jend Owen Johnson Thomas Johnson Harry Jones Laurence Kabel Edwin Kehe Joseph Keith Gordon Ketchum Mary Krupski Harold Lantis Armand Larson Donald Lester Virginia Lewis Gordon Lichtwardt Joan Lindberg Ewart Lockyer John Lonergan Richard Lowmaster Richard Ludy Richard McCall Donald McCredie Thomas Mainwaring Calvin Michael Robert Nixon Laurence Olson Richard Olson Robert Palmer Clifford Parker Leland Parks Raymond Paul Phyllis Perkins Perry Phillips Darl Pochert Julia Powels William Powlison Ralph Preshaw William Purves Edward Pulse Patricia Quick Marjorie Rahn Paul Reed Keith Ronan Robert Rosbolt Richard Safreed Richard Schaible Donald Scranton John Sharp Joseph Shepard Vincent Sigren Floyd Skinner Douglas Smith Kenneth K. Smith Raymond Smith Richard Spaine William Steed Floyd Stobauch Kenneth Stoudinger Edward St. Thomas Charles Thompson John Tincoff Richard Tobias Russell Toner George Tune Barbara Van Degrift Thomas Van Degrift John Van Der Harst John Van S choick William Vickers Russell Waltmire Russell Ward William Wass Wayne Wertz Robert Wheaton Wendell Will Juniors 35 J3 7a - ex i I ' i ' JT ' rf » ; 1J l I A.sA Sophomores dwk B. Adams. R. Allen. Baird. V. Baker. R. Ball M. Baum. L. Baum, Behnke. Bergren. E. Black J. H. Blanchard. Brasher. Bruce. L. Campbell, Cansfield Cappel, Carmien, J. Carson, Christ, Chrysler J. Clark. R. Clark. P. Collins. P. Cooley, Cos- Coulter. R. Coutts, Crocker, Darling, A. Dav- enport Day, Deckert. DeVinney, D. DeVoc, Diehl Dohie. P. Duncan, R. Engle, J. Engman, K. Engstrom 36 Evans, Farley, Fenton, Ferns, A. Field Fletcher, A. Foster, Friese, Fritts, Fritz B. Gauss, Getty, Gilchrist, Gleason, Graham Graunke, Grebel, Greene, Gregory, Groat J. Gross, Gruschow, Hadden, E. Hagan, R. Hagan Hanichen, Hanlon, Harley, E. Harger, R. Har- rison Hassberger, Hearst, Heimburger, G. Hender- son, R. Henderson Hildebrandt, Hoffs, Holcomb, Hollowell, M. Horn Sophomores 37 W. Horn. Horst. Hotchkiss. Houck. Hulse Jacobi. J. Jarrett, Johns. H. Johnson. R. John- son D. Kay. Kenney, R. Khanna. Klopp. H. Koe- pel Knittel. Kresge, Kribbs. J. Kuhn. Lamson Lawrie, D. Leenhouts, Loff, Ludington. Mac- Martin McLain. McRae, McSween, Mahon, Marsh C. Meyer, J. E. Miller, L. Miller. R. E. Miller, Jean Montgomery Mote, Nebergal, J. Newell, P. Niemann, J. Norton k A Sophomores 38 Noyes, Odgers, J. Oliver, Passineau, P. Paul M. Peters, W. Peters, Marjorie Peterson, Rad- ford, Rayle A. Reed, M. Reed, Renauer, Richardson, R. Riley Ritzman, N. Roe, Eash, Sartin, Savage I Saxe, Schwartz, Shenefelt, Silkworth, K. Sim- fete, mons Sluyter, Smeckert, M. M. Smith, N. Smith, Amos Robert Smith, Sommers, Standridge, Stark, E. Steele M. Stevens, Stoner, Struwe, Sturtridge, H. Sud- borough Sophomores 39 m?j Trelour, Van Arsdalen, Van Buren, Lindke, A. Wagner R. Wagner, Wallace, S. Walker, W. Weeks, Welday M. Wentworth, Wheeler, Wiber, D. Wilcox, G. Will C. T. Wilson, Worth, Wurts, Zerby Sophomores M Pictured Joseph Adams Harriet Agnew Glenn Alderson Lee Alpern orance Althouse Julia Barna Gerald Barnes Elizabeth Barton Charles Bartosek Robert Base John Batsakis Nancy Beard Winona Beard James Benedict Thomas Bennett Marcia Bertsch Charles Bibbings Donald M. Bird Carl Black Lawrence Black Joseph Blythe Joseph Boayue David Bolander Marjorie Boyd Ernestine Brown Ruth Brown Francis Bryant Richard Burrows Alexander Carducci Robert Carter William Casteel Walter Clarke Rolland Claucherty John Clayton Glenn Cline Jason Closson James Cole Hubert Cornish Jean Corsette Margaret Cretcher Charles Crosthwaite Louis Culman David Davies Duane Dean Joanna Dean William DeBusk Austin Deemer Richard Dekoker Darrell Densmore Janine DePew Harold Drttman Owen Dice Dorothea Diffin Gordon Dominey James Dunne Joseph Earl Robert Eggleston Milton Ehlert Eleanor Fersch Mary Field Frederick Fischer Nancy Fleenor William Fryer Richard Furney Wilbur Gaskell Calvin Gates Gerald Gervais Arnold Gibb Berl Gier James Gray John Haas Theodore Hagadone John Hagan Richard E. Hall Richard H. Hall Laverne Hamaker Eileen Hart John Hartz Charles Herbert Harry Hidenfelter Robert Hooper Charles Hovey Patricia Hoyt Edward Jennings Mary Johnson Benson Kaser Charles Kelly Nathan Kenny Douglas Kerby James Knoll Fred Krugel Bernard Kushel William Latham Alan Leonard Floyd Lyster William McClintock Sheldon McCullough John McKillop Robert McKinley William Maas John Malasky William Marshall Charles Marvin Ronald Mead Paul Meinke Robert Meisel Lois O ' Donnell Kenneth Palmer James Pierce Frederick Pitman Sam Porter Charles Pritchett Malcolm Raine Phyllis Reitzel Sidney Rente Dorothy Ritchie Rhoda Roberts David Rowlinson Arthur Rue James Rye Raymond Sankuer Donald Sash Thomas Sawyer John Schaefer Patricia Schram Arthur Scott Elmer Shurlow William Siebert Lewis Simes Horace Simpson Hermine Sobell Manus Spanier Harold Stevens Jack Strickfaden Betty Sundstedt Edward Swanson Robert H. Thompson Wesley Todd Gerald Trombley William Turner Diane Van Leeuwen John Walker Richard Walker Rudolph Wall Robert Warren Eleanor Watson William Watson Thomas Watts Lisle Wells John White Raymond White Nancy Wilcox Donald Wingard James Wylie Richard Yocum Bleakley Young Frances Young Henry McGuffey Sophomores 40 Aberdeen, Abbott, Albers, Alford, B. Allen, V. Allen P. Anderson, L. Anderson, Anderton. Gesko, C. Baker, G. Baker Barry, Bartrop, B. Bates, H. Bates, Batzer, Bauer J. Baughey, Bayless, Beatty, Beckman, Bensley, Billman Bobier, Bonkowski, Boomhower, D. Brautigam, R. Briggs, Brigham Brower, B. Brown, Bucklin, Butters, C. Carson, Chanay S. Conklin, Cormiel, Corr, M. Coutts, Cree, Cris sey M. Crosby, N. Crosby, Cunningham, Dalenberg, Dalglcish, Dalman Darvay, Davey, Decker, Dekoker, Delaney, De- Maggio Freshmen 41 Denison. Demoting. Dimick, Dodds. Dodge, Doty Dougherty, Douglass, Driscoll, Duday. Duffy. Dyke Ebel, Edwards, Egbert. Elkow. Ellis. Elms Elwood, Elwyn, L. Engman. Erickson. Ertell, Fer- guson Ferrall. Ferry. Fillmore. Flerlage, C. Floria. Fox B. Frank, Frasher, L. French, Fulmer, Gale, N. Gauss Geil, Gerhard, Gibson. Gilbert, Gold, Golla Goodell. Goodman. Grant-Watters, Grieves, Grif- fin, Grorlavent M. Hall, R. L. Hall, S. Hall, Hameister, Hamm, M. Harger Q f m. its t I m }) iJ - . i -A A f . 1 B « A ft . , i Jl i ] m mm f M Freshmen 42 Harness, Hasler, L. Hawes, Haycock, H. Hayward, Hebert Heinrichs, Hinrichs, Heydon, Hock, Hoffman, Hogg B. Holmes, R. Hooper, Howlett, Huff, Hunsicker, L. Jackson F. Jacobs, Jacobus, Jacoby, Jaycox, D. Jend, V. Johnson P. Johnston, B. Jones, C. Jones, P. Jones, Juday, Jueckstock Karlstrom, M. Kay, Kendeigh, Ketcham, Kidder, Kilian J. Klimovich, Kloster, Knopp, Kovin, Krohns, Kuehne Ladd, LaFreniere, Lamping, G. Larsen, Lawrence, Layland Leavitt, Lenhoff, Leopold, Lincoln, Lord, Lons- berry Freshmen 43 mM i Lowe. Luxmoore, McCann, McGregor, McGroarty, McKercher McKirnball, Mack. Malnar. G. Martin. D. Martin. Marion Mayes, J. Meyers, C. Miller, G. Miller, Mizener, Moat Mohrhardt, D. Moore, J. Morris, S. Morris, Mulli- gan. Arthur H. Nebel, N. Nebel, Neidlinger, Neumeister, New- comer, Niehoff Northrup, E. Norton, Nuckolls, O ' Dell, M. Oliver, D. E. Owen Park, R. W. Parker, Parlin, Parr, Patton, M. L. Perkins O. Perkins, R. Perkins, B. Perry, F. Peterson, J. Phillips. Piening Pixley, Porte, C. Potter, D. Potter, Ray, Rankin Freshmen 44 Ransom, Rathbone, Readhead, R. Reed, Reis, Renick Renshaw, Rich, W. Riley, Robertson, Rodgers, J. Rogers D. Roberts, C. Robinson, Roulier, Runkel, San- dusky, D. Sattelberg Saunders, Schaack, Schieber, R. G. Shimmel, Scholes, Schweizer Scupholm, Sechler, Secontine, Shafter, Sias, T. Siler P. Simpson, E. Smith, H. Smith, M. J. Smith, Richard Smith, W. Smith L. Spanier, Spencer, Spinney, Sprankle, H. Stev- ens, Stormer Sullivan, Tenhunen, Thom, B. Thomas, C. Thom- as, E. Thomas N. Titus, P. Trombley, Trout, Troyer, Trudgeon, Tymkin Freshmen 45 Lngrodt. Upjohn. Yanderjagt. Vandivort, Vaugh- an. Yedder Ventrella. J. Yick. Yivier. Vogel. B. alker. Wear B. Weaver, Webb, Wellman, Werle. L. Westen- felder. Whetstone Wilkins. Wilson. Wingard, Wisner, Yates ' 1 M ib D fS Freshmen Blot Pictured Jacqueline Abbott James Adams Richard Albertzart Archie Allen Elwood Anderson Kenneth Anderson Joyce Aris John Baldwin Allen Bass Robert Bassett Roger Bates Robert Beattie Richard Beechler Darrell Biggs Richard Bigley Martha Bishop Nancy Boyd Robert Boyson Joan Buchbinder Lynford Bunday Richard Burns Gerald Carlson Donald Carter Clarence Christensen Albert Church John Cole William Collins Everett Conklin Donald Coon William Coughenour Floyd Crandall Dan Curtiss Ronald Denison Gar Dickerson Rodney Dopp William Eversman Robert Failing Harry Fink Curtiss Fisher Jack Fiske Jesse Foote Mary Foote Glenn Ford William Foster Alex Fraser William Fraser Robert French William Frew Robert Frey Charles Frost Duane Fultz John Garrett Howard Gates Charles Geishert Richard Gordon Matthew Green Harold Gronseth Kenneth Grove Ira Guilford Gene Haggard George Heminger Fay Higgins Patricia Hogan Lewis Hole Leland Holmes Doyle Hoopingarner Robert Hyatt Willard Irwin Roger Japinga James Johnson Frank Joranko Robert Kay Jere Kemp Omesh Khanna Robert Kitchen Roger Klemm Paul Klotz Warren Krapohl Kenneth Lane Lois Leaver James Lee David Leeke Emil Lenkey Donald Little Robert McDonald Edward Majdeski Lawrence Mason George Merz Charles Mohl William Monahan •Theodore Moore James Navarre James Oakes Robert L. Olsen Robert W. Olson Mary Overlease David Owen Alan Peattie Melvin Peden Arnold Pinkney Frank Plettenberg Kingsley Purton Alan Raine James Redfern Glenn Reitzel Richard Ridley James Robinson Dolores Ross Joyce Rowe Norma Schnapp John Schrenk David Seelye David Sharer Jack Sharp Robert Shimmel Jack Short Thomas Simon Stanford Smith Frank Sobell Richard Spier Charles Stanton Robert Stclle Ned Sudborough Ward Taylor John Telfer Jack Tomion Charles Truesdell James Turner William Van Deusen Walter Van Every Herbert Vick Douglas Wagner Thomas Walters Robert Weaver William Weideman Guenther Weidle William Weiss Clarke Wells George Weston William Wilkinson John Willis Charles Wilson Nick Wurmlinger Noel Yaney 46 liili ' liuiiNi ' . ili.l)., Ph.D. President Administration 48 Emil Leffler, A.M., LL.D. Dean Paul R. Trautman, B.A. Business Manager Marvin F. Pahl, B.A. Registrar and Director of Ad- missions Administration Helen C. Sparling, B.A. Dean of Women Wayne H. Fleenor, B.D., D.D. Director of Public Relations 49 Faculty Delmar W. Anderson, M.A. Head Football Coach and Instructor in Physical Education E. Maynard Aris, M.B.A. Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration Suzanne Axworthy, A.M. Instructor in Piano and Theory Henry M. Battenhouse, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of English Language and Litera- ture Marion C. Beaumont, A.M. Instructor in Modern Languages Margaret P. Bedford, M.S. Instructor in Biology Vernon L. Bobbitt, A.M. Associate Professor of Art Thomas M. Carter, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Education Beulah G. Champ, A.M. Assistant Professor of Speech and English John L. Cheek, A.M., D.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Religion A. M. Chickering, M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Biology Jeannette Church, A.B. Instructor in Spanish and Sociology 50 Faculty Constance E. Fowler, M.F.A. Assistant Professor of Art J. V. Garland, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Speech Donald M. Gilbert, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages William J. Gilbert, M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology Justin L. Glathart, M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Physics Royal G. Hall, A.M., Ph.D. Henry M. Loud Professor of History Clara L. Dixon, M.S. Instructor in Biology Margaret Downing, A. M. Instructor in Modern Languages Josephine Dunn, A.M. Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Women Dorothy G. Engle, A.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Keith J. Fennimore, A.M. Instructor in English Nellie Field, Mus.B. Instructor in Piano and Children ' s Classes 51 Faculty Coy H. James, A.M. Instructor in History and Political Science Mary L. Lang, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education for Harold D. Larsen, A.M., Ph.D. W. W. Brockway Professor of Mathematics John H. Lavely, S.T.B. Associate Professor of Philosophy Pearl A. Liidy, A.M. Assistant Professor of Home Economics Julia E. McCune, A. M. Assistant Professor of English Vera B. Hall, A.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Modern Languages Loren E. Hanna, Ed.B. Assistant Professor of Physics William C. Harton, A.M. Instructor in Education Homer 0. Hendrickson, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of History and Political Science Edmund E. Ingalls, M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics Joseph J. Irwin, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of English and Journalism 52 Faculty Mary E. McKinney, A.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Classics W. Maurice McLean, A.M. Instructor in Psychology Jacqueline Maac, M.M. Instructor in Voice M. Victor Michalak, A.M. Instructor in Speech Mrs. M. Victor Michalak, A.M. Instructor in Speech Albert H. Munk, M.A. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Conway Peters, Mus.M., Ph.D. Professor of Violin and Conducting and Director of Band and Orchestra Howard E. Pettersen, A.M. Assistant Professor of Physics J. W. Polk, M.A. Assistant Professor of Economics Ralph M. Powers, A.M. Instructor in Mathematics David L. Randall, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Lotta M. Rocers, M.S. Assistant Professor of Biology 53 Faculty Clement E. Rood, Ph.M. Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy Carol J. Sandy, A.M. Instructor in Spanish John L. Seaton, Ph.D.. LL.D., D.D., Litt.D., L.H.D. President Emeritus Elsie B. Silkworth, A.M., Instructor in English Walter B. Sprandel, A.M. Assistant Professor of Physical Education David L. Strickler, A.M. Assistant Professor of Voice and Director of Vocal Organizations W. L. Troyer, B.D., Ph.D. Professor of Sociology Louis U. Rowland, Mus.B., Mus.D. Director of Music, Professor of Piano and Theory and In- structor in Organ Marilyn W. Scott, A.M. Instructor in Psychology E. R. Sleicht, A.M., ScD. Professor Emeritus of Mathe- matics Dale R. Sprankle, A.M. Director of Athletics and Physi- cal Education Walter A. Terpenninc, Ph.D. Professor of Economics F. Dudleich Vernor Instructor in Organ Richard Strlwin, M.S. Instructor in Chemistry Ceorce Walkotten, A.M. Instructor in Education 54 Staff Seated: Mrs. Lynn Mallory, secretary in public relations office; Mrs. Norma Harder, assistant in registrar ' s office; Mrs. Charles Ricker, secretary to the Deans. Standing: Mrs. Daniel Lawler, assistant to registrar; Loyis Carter, assistant in registrar ' s office; Dorothy Doty, receptionist; Mrs. Melvin Kurtz, clerk. Seated: Mrs. Charles Gardner, secretary to the President; Standing: Mrs. Erma Dicker- son, cashier; R. A. Burgett, superintendent of buildings and grounds; Mrs. Winifred Finucan, manager of the college bookstore. Mrs. Maxine Forsyth, M.S., assistant direc- tor of food service and instructor in Home Economics; Mary R. Parsons, M.S., director of food service; Helen Beneke, B.S., assist- ant to director of food service. Mrs. Vernon Bobbitt, B.S., B.S. in L.S., li- brary cataloguer; Mrs. N. J. Weiss, A.B., B.S. in L.S., acting librarian; Elizab eth Read, B.S., B.S. in L.S., reserve room librarian; Mrs. Wayne Wertz, A.B., assistant in library; Mrs. Leon Arey, A.B., assistant in library. 55 Staff Mrs. Blanche Post, clerk; Kenneth J. Hol- linshead, A.B., alumni secretary; Mrs. Ann Rocers, alumni office secretary. Aaron Sharp, A.B., field secretary; Wallace Wright, A.B., endowment secretary. Emma Spiegel, R.N., health service nurse; Clifford B. Taylor, M.D., college physician; Miriam Crone, R.N., college nurse. House Directors: Seated: Mrs. Alta Klei- h i eh. Mrs. V. J. Hi fton, Mrs. John Clem- ens, Mrs. Garnett Parks, Mrs. L. T. Robin- son, Mrs. Harmon Morehouse. Standing: Mrs. Isabel Bushnell, Mrs. Ann Gee, Mrs. T. M. Harper. Mrs. Gladys Sears. 56 Hende son. Dr. Carter. Second row: Corhri n. Beach. Knittel. Bedford. J Carson N. Crosby. Coughcnour. Not in | ictur e: R. Carner. Getty, Safronoff OFFICERS: Robert Mohr. president; Ar- thur Knittel, vice-president; Gloria Henderson, sec- retary; Jean Peterson, treasurer. PURPOSE: The council works to give di- rection to student activities and to form new activi- ties where they are needed. ADVISER: Dr. T. M. Carter. MEMBERSHIP: Members are chosen to rep- resent college classes, fraternities, sororities and in- dependent organizations. ACTIVITIES: The council conducts elec- tions for class officers, council representatives and Homecoming queen ; directs nomination of students for " Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Univer- sities; " plans " bust-outs, ' ' caravans. Big Three week end ; helps to plan Homecoming. This year, in co-operation with the adminis- tration, the council secured new uniforms for the cheerleaders and placed suggestion boxes in the Stu- dent center and Stockwell Memorial library for stu- dent suggestions. The council works with the Calendar commit- tee in planning the calendar for all dances, parties and programs by campus organizations. A faculty- student committee has worked this year on the prob- lem of student cheating. The council selects a chapel committee and a committee to work on Freshman week. Student Council S3 Phi Beta Kappa OFFICERS: Dr. W. L. Troyer, president; Dr. Harold D. Larsen, vice-president; Dr. Mary Mc- Kinney, secretary-treasurer. PURPOSE: To honor and recognize overall achievement in the study and furtherance of liberal arts and cultural advancement and to create and stim- ulate interest in intellectual attainment and scholar- ship. MEMBERSHIP: Members of the organiza- tion are classified in three groups. Alumni of the college who have been graduates for at least ten years are invited to join in honor of some contribution to the advancement of culture or scholarship. The hon- orary members are also elected on the basis of their contributions but need not be graduates of the in- stitution conferring the honor. Members-in-course are the seniors in their last semester who have ful- filled the qualifications and who have been duly elected by the organization. ORGANIZATION: Beta of Michigan of Phi Beta Kappa was installed Nov. 8, 1940. ACTIVITIES: Three meetings are held each year. The first is to elect officers, the second is to elect new members for the year and the third is the initiation of new members. The initiation is on Phi Beta Kappa day and the new members are feted at a banquet. In a " tapping " ceremony in chapel, the fol- lowing students were named for membership April 20: Helen Allen, Robert Biggs, Margery Boothroyd, Margaret Bowker, Mary Ann Brines, Arthur Brown, Helen Constantine, Miriam Crone, Elizabeth Haefele, Doris Hoover, Stanley Jones, Phyllis Lee, Jacqueline Major, Margaret Naumoff, Joy Oddy, William Pat- terson, Jacqueline Stiles, Marion Wyckoff. Dr. A. M. Chickering and Judge James J. Pope, ' 08, Los Angeles, Calif., were voted honorary memberships, and alumnus membership was award- ed to Dr. Claude J. Lapp, ' 17, assistant director of the scientific personnel office, National Research coun- cil, Washington, D. C. t row: Dr. D. M. Gilbert. Dr. Lar- Dr. McKinney, Dr. W. J. Gilbert, Whiteho Mis denour, Mrs. Hollinshead. Second row: Wenzel. Dancey, P. L. McKean. R. H. Johnson, Dies, Platig, Dr. Wilber D. Engle, E. M. Sparling. R. 0. Weiss. McWethy, Searles, J. Thomas. Not in picture: Miss Axworthy, Dr. Boom, Miss Church, Miss Downing, Dr. Garland, Mr. Sprandel, Mrs. Terpenning. W f V-lft- pI I M I li Mortar Board OFFICERS: Margery Boothroyd, president; Marv Ann Onstad. vice-president; Jacqueline Stiles, secretary; Joy Oddy. treasurer. SPONSORS: Miss Beulah Champ. Dr. Dor- othy Engle. Miss Helen Sparling. Mrs. Dale Sprankle. PURPOSE: Mortar Board is the national honorary organization for senior women with a two- point scholarship average who display leadership and service. ACTIVITIES: The members assist at the senior reception, usher at commencement, serve as hostesses to visiting high school groups and sponsor the Red Cross drive. This Christmas the members sold Christmas cards in the dormitory. At Homecoming they served a breakfast at the Delta Gamma lodge for Mortar Board alumnae and for alumnae of Chevron, the local organization which Mortar Board replaced in 1940. rsl row : Mis s Sparling. Mrs. S . Engle, Mis othroyd, Sti es. Bowker. Con stad. Not i i picture: Oddy. J. E. Miller, M. Stl OFFICERS: Jean Miller, president; Nancy Sartin. vice-president; Marilyn Stevens, secretary; Nancy Fleenor, treasurer. PURPOSE: To recognize scholastic achieve- ment by freshman women. SPONSORS: Dr. Dorothy Engle, Miss Julia McCune, Miss Helen Sparling. Senior adviser: Helen Constantine. MEMBERSHIP: Freshman women who have attained a 2.5 scholastic average during their first semester or an over-all average of 2.5 during the first year are eligible for membership. ACTIVITIES: Served dinner for alumni at Homecoming; served as guides for campus visitors and prospective students; gave annual " Smarty Party " honoring 13 women who attained a 2.2 schol- astic average at mid-semesters during first semester; celebrated 25th anniversary of national founding. Alpha Lambda Delta 60 Phi Eta Sigma PURPOSE: To recognize freshman men who have attained a scholastic average of 2.5 or more at the end of their first semester. ADVISERS: Dr. A. M. Chickering and Dean Emil Leffler. ACTIVITIES: The first initiation of mem- bers of the Albion chapter of Phi Eta Sigma was held Jan. 23, 1949, in Stockwell Memorial library. Dr. Scott H. Goodnight, dean emeritus of ths University of Wisconsin and former president of the society ' s national organization, acted as installing officer. A delegation of six men from ths University of Michi- gan assisted Dean Goodnight. They were headed by Dr. J. A. Bursley, dean of students. A dinner at the home of Dean Leffler followed the installation of members. Krugel, Cline, Hulse. C. Thomp son Harrington, A. Foster, Saxe. W. Wat son Bibbings. s. Dr. Terpenn ng. Safrou off. Dr land. B larara, D r. Ch ckering, A. H wn. Sec ond row : Dr Troy er, Frev S. To nion, Be D. F Smith uurnians S. Jone s. D. Hills J. Mc aid. W. Perkins, Slutz No in pic e: Dr. Battenhous e, Be rtsch. G. Duo D. Flo ia, D. Le e, D. Morton, Rich Mr. Sprandel. Wuri OFFICERS: Raymond Safronoff, president; Robert Biggs, vice-president; Dr. W. L. Troyer, sec- retary; Stanley Jones, treasurer. ADVISER: Dr. Louis U. Rowland. PURPOSE: First: to recognize men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in col- legiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar lines. Second: to bring together the most represent- ative men in all phases of collegiate life and thus create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate interest. Third: To bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution on a basis of mutual interest and understanding. MEMBERSHIP: Men are selected for char- acter, leadership and service in campus life, scholar- ship, fellowship and consecration to democratic ideals. Omicron Delta Kappa 61 c?0y0 . Sealed: Keeney. Donahue. Cansfield. McLain. Hearst. Standing: Lipski. Bur- rows. T. Ball. Wurm, D. Alexander. Dr. Irwin. S. Watson. Richards J. Zimmerman. Dr. Hcndrickson. STAFF: Robert Richards, editor-in-chief; Shirley Watson, managing editor; Arthur Keeney, sports editor; Barbara Donahue, desk editor; Jack Zimmerman, business manager. ADVISERS: Dr. Joseph J. Irwin and Dr. H. 0. Hendrickson. PURPOSE: To present news of campus and town activities which are of i nterest to the students. ACTIVITIES: The Pleiad, published each Friday during the school year, serves as a laboratory for members of the newswriting and newsediting classes. Pleiad 62 .tlbioiiian STAFF: Taylor Ball, editor-in-chief; Don- ald Alexander, associate editor; Barbara Donahue, organizations editor; Richard Burrows, fraternity ed- itor; Helen Cansfield and Maureen McLain, co-facul- ty and class editors; Arthur Keeney, sports editor; Robert L. Brown, business manager. ADVISERS: Dr. Joseph J. Irwin and Dr. H. O. Hendrickson. PURPOSE: To record annually activities of the students and to picture students and faculty mem- bers. MEMBERS: Staff members are chosen by the Publications council and by the advisers. Dr. Irwin T. Ball. R. L. Brown, Dr. Hendrickson. Kecnev. Donahue, D. Alexander, T. Zcm- Sealed: H. Sudborough. Harley. C in»- field, McLain, Ciiniiiiings. Standing: Publications Council Alpha Phi Gamma PURPOSE : To exercise general supervision over the editorial and business policies and over the staffs of the Albionian. Pleiad and Student directory; to conduct the main body of business for the Pub- lications association, which is a corporate body in- cluding students, faculty and trustees. ACTIVITIES: Elects the editor, managing editor, business manager and circulation manager of the Pleiad, and the editor, associate editor and busi- ness manager of the Albionian for the following year. MEMBERSHIP: Members are elected by popular vote of the student bodv. PURPOSE: To recognize individual ability and achievement in journalistic pursuits in colleges and universities; to serve and promote the welfare of the college through journalism; to establish cord- ial relationships between the students and members of the profession and to unify in a fraternal way con- genial students interested in journalism. ACTIVITIES: Serving as a national honor- ary journalistic fraternity, Alpha Phi Gamma car- ries on no activities except a dinner in the spring to honor new initiates. Sealed: Dr. Hendrickson. Steinin g er. Dr. Irwin. P. Perry. Standing: L. Wil- cox. Scofield. Lipski, R. L. Brown. D. Alexander, S. Wairan. Kenny. T. Ball, Donahue, Rich- ard.. Dr. Battenhnuse. Dr. Irwin. Not Frank, L. Olsor , R. Campbell, D. Alex ander, Schuurrn ans, Kendall. Dr. Row land. Second row: D. D. Smith. Dick P. Lewis, Clayt on, W. Perkins. Cochran Henke. Third row: Pillinger. Gillespie Mulder, D. F. Smith, Horst, Bertsch Not in picture : Baiger. Blatchlv, But lerfield, Foor, C. Cates, Huck ' le. P First row : Snodgra ss. Paxton, Kindig Steininger. A. West nfelder. V. Smith Olenzek. Onstad. Se cond row: Sartin Orr, Fersch. J. West, P. Smith. Schooley Hoyt. Coulter. Keim Chisholm. Not in picture: Fenner, H arst, Hoffs, Odgers OFFICERS: Laurencs Olson, president: Lawrence Frank, vice-president: Hugh Robins, sec- retary; David Schuurmans. treasurer. ADVISERS: Dr. Louis U. Rowland, Mr. David L. Strickler. PURPOSE: To advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brother- hood of students of music, to develop the truest fra- ternal spirit among its members, to encourage loyal- ty to the Alma Mater and to give recognition to out- standing worth in musical activity. ACTIVITIES: Initiation Nov. 30 for John Barger, John Clayton, Richard Cochran, George Huckle, Toby Horst, William Pillinger and John Stitt; Fiftieth Anniversary convention Dec. 28-30 at- tended by Olson, National Councilman Richard Campbell and Robins; initiation Jan. 4 for Calvin Gates; Annual Quartet sing Jan. 14: Annual Inter- fraternity sing, April. OFFICERS: Dorothy Steininger. president; Beverly Kindig, vice-president; Marilyn Snodgrass. corresponding secretary; Anna Westenfelder, record- ing secretary; Carol Jane Paxton, treasurer. PATRONESSES: Mrs. Frank Dean. Mrs. Louis U. Rowland. Mrs. David L. Strickler. PURPOSE: To study and practice the good- ness of life, the beauty of art and the meaning of music. ACTIVITIES : Madame Dikova concert Feb. 10 and her initiation as an honorary member Feb. 12: Sigma Alpha Iota Song Feat, March 13; Contem- porary American Composers concert; visit to Ann Arbor to Alpha chapter to present a musicale. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Sigma Alpha Iota 65 Band ACTIVITIES: The band played at football games, making formations for the home and visiting team supporters, and led the Homecoming parade. The band and orchestra toured Michigan, northern Michigan and neighboring states May 1-15. giving an average of three concerts each day. Partial funds for the tour were raised by a dance band and the " Band BeBop " dance. Flutes and Piccolos: Patricia Dodge, Douglas Eash, Patricia Johnston, Mary Ann Onstad. Oboes: Hugh Robins, Robert Smith, Donnell Sullivan. Clarinets: Beth Adams, John Barger, Nancy Boyd, Richard Burrows, Joan Coutts, Robert Coutts. Gar Dickerson, Mary Hamm, David Harmer. Joan Hunsicker. Doris Neidlinger. Stanley Renauer. Alto Clarinet: William Weeks. Bassoons: Richard Foor, Freja Peterson. Anna Westenfelder. Saxo- phones: Nancy Gauss, David Moore. Jack Renick. French Homs : Jean Anderson, Dovle Hoopingarner. Manns Spanier. William Weiss. Trumpets: John Clavton. Floyd Crandall. Wilbur Dick, Duane Fultz, George Miller. Lloyd Miller. Alto Saxophones: Everett Conklin, Leona Inman. Shirley Vinson. Doreen Webb. Trombones: John Barry. Calvin Gates. William Horst. John Meyers, Donald Owen. Robert Radford. Baritones: Keith Engstrom, Lawrence Frank. June Olson. John Van Der Harst. Basses: John Butterfield. William Hoock. Laurence Olson. Burton Sturtridge. Tympani: Barbara Coulter. Drums: Richard Campbell, Rex Miller. Ran- dolphs Roulier. Lawrence Wade. Joanne West. Ramcsh Khanna . Ma ilyn Snodgrass, Robert Vcdder. Ralph Whetstone. Hunsicker, Doris Second Violin-: Sara Dobie. Clara Robertson, David Saunders, Beverly French Horns: J 1 nomas, Shirlej Vina in. Mary Ellen Wiber. Nancy Wilcox. Violas: John liam Weiss. Tn Butterfield, I.au ence Olson. Hugh Robins. Anna Westenfelder. Cellos: Miller. Trombo Muriel Dnnaldsc n. Ml rylyn McCormick. Basses: Richard Campbell. Floyd Burton Sturtridg Crandall. Willia m He uck. Joanne West, Flutes: Patricia Dodge, Douglas Barbara Coulter. Eaah, Patricia J hnal. i. l..n Ann Onstad. Oboes: Robert Smith. Donnell ts: John Barger, Gar Dickerson, David Harmer, Joan Neidlinger. Bassoons: Richard Foor, Freja Peterson, an Anderson. Doyle Hoopingarner, Manus Spanier, Wil- npets: John Clayton. Duane Fultz, Wilbur Dick. Lloyd :s: Calvin Gates. John Meyers, Donald Owen. Tuba: Drums: Lawrence Wade, Randolphc Roulier. Tympani: Orchestra 66 Choir OFFICERS: David Schuurmans, president; Dorothy Steininger, vice-president; Leonella Wilcox, secretary; Charles Bertsch, treasurer. PURPOSE: Primarily an educational instrument for the cultivation of the participant ' s mind and spirit and sec- ondarily, a public relations medium used to interest the pub- lic at large in Albion college. ACTIVITIES: Appearances at the Homecoming luncheon; the cornerstone laying for Seaton hall; installa- tion of Bishop Reed; Christmas concert; Ministrel show; Commencement exercises. The choir went on its annual tour through the mid- west May 1-10, singing 14 concerts. Sopranos: Donna Anderson. Frances Bigler, Jane Blanehard, Colleen Carson, Phyllis Chisholm, Mercedes Erickson, Jane Fenner. Helen Hawver. Barbara Hearst. Louise Hoffs. Patricia Hoyt, Beverly Kindig, Maxine Nebergal. Dorothy Olenzek, Marjorie Rogers, Beth Schooley, Virginia Smith, Venetia Standridge. Beverly Troyer, Eleanor Watson. Altos: Lois Engman, Carolyn Getty. Edna Heimburger, Dorothy Hengst, Ernestine Keim, Barbara Odgers. Camilla Parlin. Carol Jane Paxton, Nancy Sartin, Joanne Sluyter. Marilyn Smith, Dorothy Steininger, Edith Tcnhunen. Leonella Wilcox. Tenors: Donald Alexander. Lloyd Bergren. Charles Bertsch. Frank Burt, James Clark, Richard Cochran, William Cook, Rus- sell Hanlon. Melvin Larimer, Kenneth Lindland, Leo Lonsberry, John Ludington, William Perkins. William Pillinger. Norbert Smith, Owen Wismer. Basses: Thomas Adrianson, Warren Bayless, James Benedict. James Bravman. Paul Cooley. Donald Criner. Alan Davenport. John Ferry. Gordon Lawrence. John Mulder, Philip Niemann. Carl Sattelberg, David Schuurmans. Richard Sherrill, Dale Smith, Dewey Smith, Jchn Stitt. Richard Wagner, John Wilson, ACTIVITIES: The Madrigals associated with the a cappella choir in the annual Christmas concert. Other programs by the 12 singers included the Michigan Music Teachers ' association convention, a performance before the Men ' s club at Christ church in Cranbrook and appearances before the Wesleyan Service guild and in chapel. The Madrigals were composed of: Sopranos: Phyllis Chisholm, Jane Fen- ner, Louise Hoffs. Beverly Kindig. Tenors: Lloyd Bergren (not in picture), James Kendall. Norbert Smith. Mr. Strickler. Altos: Carolyn Getty. Edna Heimberger. Joanne Sluyter, Dorothy Steininger. Basses: David Schuur- mans, Dale Smith (not in picture), John Stitt. Madrigal Singers 67 Fii si ro Carroie R. Don aldson. Wo chho Iz, Bil HZ, J. D can. Ra :hbone. -. uml row : Harm JSS, Mahon, Hoyt, Bei ich, Ci llhou n. Thi rd row : E arl, J. Zin imen m n. B nwman, Mr s. Micha lak, D. Dr. Carland. Forensics activities, under the direction of Dr. J. V. Garland, included debate, discussion, oratory and extemporaneous speaking. PURPOSE: The purpose of debate is to train students in the skills necessary for effective com- munication in modern society, and to supply them with the necessary experience in discussion for ordi- nary successful business life. The debate question this year was " Federal Aid to Education. " Members of the debate and discussion group wer; Gerald Baldwin. Adarose Beach. Neil Bintz. Linda Bowman, Ann Carmien, Richard Donaldson. Tharl Earl. Peirce Lewis. Roland Wilkins and Jack Zimmerman. Tournaments the group participated in in- cluded the Michigan Intercollegiate Speech league tournamenet at Wayne university, the Hoosier De- bate tournament at the University of Indiana, the Delta Sigma Rho contest at Madison. Wise, and a tournament at DePauw university. The squad also competed at Adrian college, Kalamazoo college. Michigan State college. Purdue university. Western Michigan College of Education and at other colleges. Joanna Dean and Lewis were winners of the local oratory contest and competed in the State con- test at Alma college. Mary Mahon and Marvin Phillips won the poetry contests, and Harold Bloomquist and Ann Rathbone won the prose contests in the Michigan In- tercollegiate Speech league interpretative reading con- test. Miss Rathbone and Zimmerman won the local extemporaneous speaking contest and Miss Rathbone placed third in the state contest. Patricia Hoyt and Frederick Fiske represent- ed Albion at the Peace Oratory and Peace Extempo- raneous Speaking contests at Hope college April 20. Miss Hoyt placed third in the oratory contest. Six students accompanied by Dr. Garland attend- ed the fourth annual student congress of Delta Sigma Rho. national honorary forensic society, in Chicago March 31-April 1-2. Students attending were Bald- win, Bintz. Donaldson. Earl. Hugh Harness and Lewis. Forensics 68 Campus Religious Council OFFICERS: Sanfotd Burr, president; Charles Bertsch, vice-president; Marilyn Stevens, sec- retary; Dewey Smith, treasurer. ADVISERS: Dr. John L. Cheek; Dr. Wayne H. Fleenor; Mrs. G. Dempster Yinger. PURPOSE: To stimulate and promote reli- gious thinking and to co-ordinate religious activities on campus. MEMBERSHIP: The council is composed of two representatives from each of the six campus religious organizations. Carol Hagerman and Dewey Smith, Canter- bury club; Neil Bintz and Sanford Burr, Chi Epsilon; Charles Bertsch and Marilyn Stevens, Wesley Fellow- ship; Richard Field and Raymond Safronoff, YMCA; Ernestine Keim and Margretta Springborn, YWCA; Jacqueline Miller and Margaret Sessions, Zeta Ep- silon Lambda. ACTIVITIES: Religious Emphasis week in November, 1948. Dr. Gerald Ensley, minister of the North Broadway Methodist church, Columbus, Ohio, delivered three chapel lectures on the theme, " Jesus ' Way, Our Way, " and led various discussion groups on two evenings. Fraternities, sororities and independent groups met faculty and student leaders for informal discussions on " What Has Jesus ' Way to Offer the Student of Today? " The World Student Service fund drive was the first week in March, with a goal of $1400. Friday morning Matin services were spon- sored by the council during Lent. The theme of these services was " Jesus and Ourselves. " The council sponsored a series of monthly lectures by off-campus speakers. Among them were: Dr. Glenn Frye, Methodist Peace Temple, Ben- ton Harbor; Miss Esther Middlewood, state director of mental health education; Rabbi Jerome D. Folk- man, Temple Israel, Columbus, Ohio. The Rev. Duncan E. Littlefair, Fountain Street Baptist church, Grand Rapids; Mr. Herold C. Hunt, general superintendent of schools, Chicago. : B srtsch, Bu r, D. D. Smith, M. w: Hagen nan, McCu rry. Spri gbori, Keim F ourth »: J. Mill : D. Field Dr. Cheek Chi Epsilon OFFICERS: Sanford Burr, president; Neil Bintz. vice-president: Carl Sattelberg. secretary; Max Pollev. treasurer. ADVISERS: Dr. John L. Cheek. Dr. Wayne Fleenor. Mr. John Lavely. the Rev. G. Dempster 1 inger. PIRPOSE: To promote Christian thinking and fellowship on the campus and within the group. MEMBERSHIP: Chi Epsilon is composed of college men who are preparing for Christian work in the ministry, missionary work and social religious field. ACTIVITIES: Initiation was held at the be- ginning of the year. Dr. Wayne Fleenor. the Rev. P. C. Balaram and Dr. D. Stanley Coors presided at three of the meetings. Deputation teams conducted Sunday services in various churches in Lansing, Jackson, North Adams and Charlotte. Chi Epsilon conducted Chapel communion service before Easter vacation. First row: Dr. Cheek, Taber. R. Davei port, Polley, C Sattelberg, Burr, Bint; Balaram. Dr. Yinger. Second row Ferns, McCurry, W. Wentworth, f Smith, V. Baker, Saunders. F. Fiski Wade. R. Kelly, Frcvert, Spinney. Su ton. Knittel, R. Watson. Third row: I Sattelberg. Groat. Lindland. Peatli. Redmond. Boyson Bo J. Wils A. L. Br. No picture: Behn. Benedict. Benson. Burns. P. Cooley. O. Curtiss, Dobbs, Donigan, Foote, Frost, Hagadone, R. L. Hall. Harlmann, M. Jacobs, H. Jones. Lenhoff, Merz. Mohrhardt. Mulder, E. Owen. W. Perkins, P. Porter. SafronoiT, Sandusky. A. Smith. Willis. First row: Sessions. DeVinney, D. Hoover, J. A. Miller. Behnkc. Hollowell, Hoyt. Second row: Mrs. Yinger, Nie- hoff. Mote. Neidlinger. M. Kay, Nebcl. Fletcher, E. Norton. Sluyter. Mrs. Cheek. Third row: Crocker, Kilian. N. Crosby, Keim, V. Allen. L. Jackson. Mack, D. Jend. Hoffman. Not in picture: Chanay. S. Conklin, M. Donaldson. Douglas. Er- tell, M. Coodcll, Graunke, S. Jarrcll, L. Larson. MacKenzie, Robertson, L. Simmons, Thorn. OFFICERS: Jacqueline Miller, president; Sally MacKenzie, vice-president; Doris Hoover, sec- retary; Patricia Hoyt, treasurer. PURPOSE: To create a fellowship of col- lege women interested in Christian social service. ACTIVITIES: Participation in the Big and Little sister group at Dalrymple school; church help, including office work and Sunday school teaching; church choir and hospital service, making favors for trays and scrapbooks and reading to patients. Group programs included a representative from Starr Commonwealth, a combined meeting with Chi Epsilon. an initiation and a talk on the qualifica- tions for religious education and social work. The group visited the Adrian chapter, Alpha Delta Chi. Zeta Epsilon Lambda 70 YWCA OFFICERS: Margretta Springborn, presi- dent; Jacquelyn Cummings, vice-president: Gloria Henderson, secretary; Leonella Wilcox, treasurer. ADVISERS: Mrs. Royal G. Hall, Mrs. John Lavely, Mrs. LeRoy Robinson, Miss Helen Sparling. ACTIVITIES: The YWCA greets freshman women in the fall with a picnic, a " cozy, " a Big and Little Sister program and assists with the freshman mixer. In November the YWCA was a joint host to a state YW and YM conference. In co-operation with Zeta Epsilon Lambda the group gave an annual Horn of Plenty dinner. The YWCA gave monthly programs for its members and sold candy each night in the dormitory and annexes. First row: Mrs. Lavely, Miss Sparling. L. Wilcox, Springborn, G. Henderson, Mrs. Robinson. Second row : McCormick, B. Phillips, B. Jones, B. Gauss, M. Weaver, Pasmore, Keim. row: Mr. Pettersen, K. Leenhouls. MacDonald, Safronoff, Toy. Sec- ow: Burr, Taber, R. Field. Kresge. OFFICERS: Richard MacDonald, president; Raymond Safronoff, vice-president; Keith Leenhouts, secretary; Max Toy, treasurer. ADVISERS: Dr. John L. Cheek, Mr. John H. Lavely, Mr. Howard E. Pettersen. PURPOSE: To interpret and promote the Christian way of living for the individual. ACTIVITIES: Picnic and " get-acquainted " program for freshman men, September; all-campus dance, September; lunches for visiting and home team players after every home basketball game to promote good will and co-operation between Albion and other colleges. The organization sponsored a movie club which presented five films of past years. Movies of the 1948 Olympic games at London were presented in April by Dr. E. B. Mitchell, of the University of Michigan. YMCA 71 First row: Calhoun, Mr. Michalak, Oddy, Bourg. D. Morton. Second row: Beach, H. DeVoc, Y. Howard. Rath- bone, J. Dean. Third row: J. L. Johns- ton. V. Anderson, Hassberger, Leonard, Van Arsdalcn. Fourth row: Harmer. Lvster, Brogren, M. Fraser, McCormick. Fifth row: J. Zimmerman. Bowman. P. Paul. Mahon. D. Alexander. Sixth row: Cartung. H. Koepel, Pasmore. OFFICERS: Joy Oddy, president; Jacque- lyn Stiles, vice-president; Betty Bourg, secretary; Duryea Morton, treasurer. Officers for 1949- ' 50: Duryea Morton, pres- ident: John Nixon, vice-president; Dolores Calhoun, secretary; Philip Paul, treasurer and business man- ager. PURPOSE: To sponsor and produce full- length and one-act plays during the academic year. MEMBERSHIP: The Albion College Play- ers organization is made up of students who have taken part in dramatic activities on the campus, ei- th er in acting or production. Members are divided into three classifica- tions, according to a point system. Active members are those who have acquired 100 points, associate members have 50 points, and apprentices are those with less than 50. Active members this year are: Barbara Al- len. Betty Bourg, Linda Bowman. Dolores Calhoun, Joanna Dean. David Harmer, Jean Johnston, Alan Leonard, Betty Lynn, Mary Mahon. Duryea Morton, John Nixon, Joy Oddy, Philip Paul. Ruth Ann Rath- bone, Thomas Siler, Jacquelyn Stiles, Frank Woch- holz and Jack Zimmerman. Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatics fraternity, has as its purpose the increase of interest, the stimulation of creativeness and the fostering of artistic achievement in all of the allied arts and crafts of the theater. Members and officers of this group are: Frank Wochholz, president; Jacquelyn Stiles, vice- president; Linda Bowman, secretary-treasurer. Sponsors for Theta Alpha Phi are: Miss Beulah Champ, Dr. Joseph J. Irwin, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Victor Michalak. ACTIVITIES: Under the direction of Mr. M ' chalak, three plays were presented: Francis Swarm ' s comedy, " Out of the Frying Pan. " at Home- coming; " Winterset, " the blank verse tragedy by Sherwood Anderson, Dec. 10-11, and Oscar Wilde ' s farce, ' ' The Importance of Being Earnest, " April 1-2. Several student-directed one-act plays were produced late in the spring. Dramatics 72 Dramatics Out of the Frying Pan D. Morton, Calhoun, Wochholz, S. Morris, Mahon, W. Perkins, Rathbone, Bloomquist, Hoyt WlNTERSET Ketcham, M. Phillips Out of the Fryinc Pan Lenhoff, Mahon, Hoyt, Calhoun WlNTERSET D. Morton, H. Jones, Ormiston, E. Harger, J. Dean, Lyster, M. Phillips, Ketcham, Mahon, Weid- eman, P. Paul 73 Association of Women Students World Federalists OFFICERS: Margery Boothroyd. president; Virginia Smith, vice-president: Mary Ann Onstad. secretary; Helen Constantine. treasurer. PURPOSE: The AWS is the women ' s self- government association of Albion college. ACTIVITIES: The AWS has charge of the Thursday afternoon teas and the Christmas and East- er breakfasts. The association helps to orient fresh- man women and governs or provides for all dormi- tory activities. OFFICERS: Neil Bintz, president; Keith Ronan. vice-president: Ann Carmien, secretary-treas- urer. PURPOSE: To educate all those interested in the implications of world government. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Mem- bership in the group is open to all who are interested. ACTIVITIES: The week of Feb. 28 to March 5 was set aside as World Federalist week. Speakers were brought to the campus and a group newspaper was issued. A poll was taken among members of the faculty to determine their views on world govern- ment. Movies were shown and discussions held at open meetings. Among the speakers were Philip Roupp. president of the Federalist press, and Dr. Royal G. Hall, professor of history. Left silling: Chisholm. Paxlon, Becker. Left standing: P. Perry, L. Wilcox Firsl row: M. J. Lee. McCormick. Sec. ond row: Miss Sparling, Mrs. Parks Boothroyd. V. Smilh. Onstad. Constat! rsl row: Rnnan. Wade. Carmien, Binlz eond row: Dr. Boone. C. Will. Evans hwartz. Sartin. Third row: Spalding rt. W. Peters. Holcomb, Hoyt. Fourtr w: Bartrop. Shern f.l I. J. A. Miller nnnkc. Rathbone. Fiflh row: Bur »». P. Porter, Keini. First row: Wyckoff, S. Baker, Spyke R. L. Brown, Mr. Aris, Dr. Terpennini Deller, Miss O ' Bryant. Second row Patterson. Bcdicnt. Hcgedus. Reitz. Kurt Beck, Krautheim, Shaw, L. Engstron Third row: S. Jones, J. Zimmcrmai Schaihlc. Wellington, Knight, S. Tomioi Nelson, T. Morton. First row: Dr Bo om, D r. Hendrickso Valati , Jay, B( nta Mr. Jan les. Secoi Reid, G. Sil er, J. Mi xandcr. P t more. Tune, C . Smith, G rber. Pan burn. Sk ' gtinan B Phil ips Donaldso R. L Brown. 11 ird r Held, Leenh outs, Ca twr ght, Bir tz, K. P. Lew Kcnda 11, Bullen, Kay. Fourth r : R. Mey r, W. Wi nger. N at in p ctu re: Del] Cardn er, Oddy, Dr. R. G H 11. OFFICERS: Robert L. Brown, president; Kenneth Spyker, vice-president; Marion Wyckoff. secretary; Paul Deller, treasurer. PURPOSE: The club was organized with the idea of creating interest in special economic and business administration activities among the stu- dents. MEMBERSHIP: Limited to economics ma- jors who have a " B " average in the field. ACTIVITIES: Production difficulties were studied on field trips to the Kaiser-Fraser plant and the Michigan Bell Telephone company. At an alumni conference in March, past eco- nomics majors met to discuss with students the prob- lems of merchandising, insurance, investment, per- sonnel relations, manufacturing and accounting. A field trip was made to the Chicago Board of Trade and Chicago ' s stock yards. OFFICERS: Angelo Valato, president; Frank Bonta, vice-president; Peggy Jay, secretary- treasurer. ADVISERS: The history and political sci- ence denartment under the direction of Dr. Royal G. Hall. PURPOSE: To stimulate interest in current problems of national and international importance through discussion. MEMBERSHIP: Limited to 30 persons who are juniors or seniors and who are majors in history and political science. The club is a member of the Midwest conference of International Relations clubs. ACTIVITIES: The club sponsored open fo- rums led by speakers of importance in their fields: Solomon Kaplan discussed the Jewish question; Dr. Fifield of the University of Michigan discussed the China question. The club participated in a model United Na- tions conference at Hillsdale college. Economics Club Forum Club 75 Sociology flub OFFICERS: Mary Belle Hawver, president; P. B. Balaram. vice-president: Betty Jones, secretary- treasurer. PURPOSE : To stimulate interest in current international and community sociological problems and to aid the student in viewing them from an ob- jective standpoint. MEMBERSHIP: Sociology majors and mi- ACTIVITIES: Mrs. G. Dempster Yinger s oks on English family life in war. Movies on In- dian architecture and musical instruments were shown. During a trip to Detroit, members of the club talked with a Ford executive concerning the employ- er ' s viewpoint and with a labor leader concerning labor ' s stand. A p ' enic was held in the spring. Sealed: Dr. Troyer, B. Jones, M. Haw- ver, Miss Church, Taber. Standing: M. Fraser, L. Hooper, Thalner. Not in pic- ture: O. Curliss, Mulder, M. Weeks. Buter, E. Green. Page, Holcomb, C W. Miller, Parshall, Buck, M. French, Tharp, Pore. Dr. Ball Mn Silk- OFFICERS: Jack McDonald, president; Donald Lester, vice-president; Nancy Sartin, secre- tary-treasurer. SPONSORS AND FACULTY MEMBERS: Dr. Henry M. Battenhouse, Mr. Keith J. Fennimore, Miss Julia McCune, Mrs. Elsie B. Silkworth. PURPOSE: To promote good writing and to gain appreciation of good writing. MEMBERSHIP: Limited to English majors Contributors Club worth, J. McDonald, D. Lester, Miss McCune. Mr. Fennimore. Second row: Sarlin. Tharp. A. Reed. B. Hill. J. Mil- ler, Rayle, Corsette, McRac, Cansfield, Mahon. of sophomore standing or more who have a two-point scholastic average in the field. ACTIVITIES: Report on Thomas Mann ' s " Dr. Faustus, " and discussion of the character Faust- us as portrayed by Goethe, Mann and Marlowe, in December. Dr. Battenhouse spoke at an open meeting on the Nobel prize winner, T. S. Eliot, in February. In May the annual club picnic was held. 76 Home Economics Club OFFICERS: Helen Constantine, president; Eileen Platzke, vice-president; Joan Lindberg, secre- tary; Waneta Stevens, treasurer. ADVISER: Miss Pearl Ludy. PURPOSE: The Home Economics club, the Albion college chapter of the Michigan Home Eco- nomics association and the American Home Econom- ics association, was organized to promote interest in vocational and practical home economics and to in- vestigate present day problems relating to the home and the community. MEMBERSHIP: Majors and minors in home economics who have maintained a " B " average in the field. ACTIVITIES: Technicolor movies on deep freezing and kitchen planning; annual brides ' tea for all engaged women on the campus; sandwich sale in the dormitory and annexes. First row: Lindberg. W. Stevens. Mis Parsons, Constantine. Miss Ludy. Platzk. Ahrens. Second row: Heim burger Styles. V. Anderson. Pearce. Bartley. H. DeVoe. H. Hawver, J. Kuhn, Heni Springborn. Not in picture: P. B F. Young. OOA D. Anderson, Lynn. W. Watson, DeVoe, Van Buren, Shepard. Wade, I field, Callahan, Becker, Sessions, Let Yoder. Miss Fowler, Pearce, Pasnn Mr. Bobbitt, Olenzek. Creamer, M, J Peterson, J. Oliver. E. Crandall. Wil Knowles. Verdow, Slutz, Rayle, A. Brown. H. Hawver, Deckert. Not in | ture: V. Anderson, Jean Montgomery, Phillips, P. Roe, M. Stevens, Yoc Behnke. OFFICERS: Howard Slutz, president; Law- rence Wade, vice-president; Margaret Sessions, re- cording secretary; Donna Anderson, corresponding secretary; Ruth Callahan, treasurer. PURPOSE: To create a fellowship for art students on campus and to increase the appreciation and understanding of art. MEMBERSHIP: Limited to students who are majoring or minoring in art. ACTIVITIES: Kappa Pi sponsors art exhib- its and lectures throughout the school year. Lectures th : s year were " ' The Plastic Approach to Art " and " Humanism in Art, Past and Present. " The second lecture was given by Miss Mary Adams Holmes of Ohio State university. A panel discussion, " So You Don ' t Like Mod- ern Art, " was presented at an open meeting. The group gave its annual spaghetti dinner at Christmas time for all members. Kappa Pi 77 mft-- », Firsi row: C. Thompso borough, Dr. McKinney, Kru row: A. Wagner. Benedict, fin. Third row: Buslepp Shiere, Leopold. Fourth $%$%$ Sankner. Dettman. Not Cardueri. Cook. Friese, kiiT ?? Spanier. Fir„l row: Policy. Paddcn. Dr. McKin- ney. Hagerman. S. Jarrett. Second row: Yoill. R. Mover, Hildebrandt. Lindland. A. Reed, J. Oliver. Third row: Sturges, H. Simpson, Bcckn Rensliaw. Rilzman. Rowlins ' o berg. Wall, Wcntwortb. Not — , Kusbel. Mohl. Mnhrhardt, ell. W. Olh OFFICERS: Harrison Sudborough, presi- dent; Fred Krugel, secretary: Charles Thompson, treasurer. ADVISER: Dr. Mary E. McKinney. PURPOSE: To foster intellectual, social and practical understanding of German customs. ACTIVITIES: Monthly meetings conducted entirely in the German language: discussion of Ger- man prose and poetry and current events; annual Christmas song fest sponsored by club for German classes; talk by William Weber, student from Ger- many; the sending of packages to needy families in Germany. OFFICERS: Mary Padden, president; Carol Hagerman. vice-president; Shirley Jarrett, secretary- treasurer. ADVISER: Dr. Mary E. McKinney. PURPOSE: To further the inspiration of those people who are interested in the ancient classics. MEMBERSHIP: One semester of Latin or Greek in Albion college is required. The candidate must be at least a second-semester freshman, be en- rolled in the classics department and have a one-point scholastic average. ACTIVITIES: Comparison of the classics with modern art, drama, poetry, literature and the novel. The annual club banquet was Feb. 15. The Albion high school Latin club was a guest at the March meeting. German Club 78 Classical Club Biolog y Club French Club OFFICERS: Eber Sherman, president; Mrs. Helen Allen, vice-president. PURPOSE: To sponsor independent studies in some problem of biological science by club mem- bers. The club fosters fellowship but emphasizes in- tellectual study. ORGANIZATION: Organized in its present form in 1896. MEMBERSHIP: Limited to 15 undergrad- uate students but includes all members of the biology staff and Kenneth Ballou and George Hopson, grad- uate students. ACTIVITIES: Meetings at which members report on reading and study; lectures for the student body by outside lecturers and members of group. OFFICERS: Mary Ann Brines, president; Thomas Mainwaring, vice-president: Ted Titus, sec- retary; William Cavanagh, treasurer. New officers for the second semester were: Leonella Wilcox, president; Ruth Hollowell, treas- urer. PURPOSE: To encourage members to take an active interest in French literature, art and the life of the French people; to furnish an opportunity to use French in conversation. MEMBERSHIP: Completion of one semes- ter of French in college, the recommendation of the French instructor and election by the membership committee. ACTIVITIES: A fund for tubercular stu- dents in Limoges, France to provide for clothing, food and recreation. A special table was set aside at the women ' s dormitory one night a week for those who wished to speak French. ADVISERS: Dr. D. M. Gilbert, Miss Mar- garet Downing. First w: N iimoff. Dr. Chic keri ng Shcrn an, Mi Rogers. Se cond ro Bordl R Bis gs Miss Dixor , Mi. s B :d ford. Third ow: Ballon Boo thro ,i Cochr in, Dr. Silbert. Fo urth ro Katz, E. Ho lrr es, Wertz, Hops )n. C Dunca No H. All Bedfo rd. Hae el », Mohr, Sh rrill. Mail Sec M. Brii Mh lagh, _. M. Gilbert. Third ._ Shebel, Fenton, Hoyt. Hollowell, Odgers. Onstad, J. Curtiss, P. Lee, Graham, R. Brown. Fourth row: R. Roberts. L. Wilcox, B. Watson, T. Wilson, Bloom- qnist. Bibbings, Sherrill, Dell, Mahon. MacKenzie. Spanish Club OFFICERS: Ted Titus, president: Catherine Becker, vice-president: Jean Peterson, secretary; John Gardner, treasurer. SPONSORS: Miss Marian C. Beaumont. Miss Carol J. Sandy. PL RPOSE : To provide an opportunity for those students who are interested in a foreign tongue to hear, speak and enjoy the Spanish language. ACTIVITIES: Talk by Dr. Juan Garcia, Caracas. Venezuela, on hospital and medical facili- ties in his native country. Helen Koepel and Mary Ellen Pasmore dem- onstrated South American dancing accompanied by recorded rhythms brought from Chile. The annual picnic was held in the spring. GilllC T. Tim Becker. Gardner. Feblc M. Brines. Snodgrass, Sartin, McCon H. Koepel, Pasmore, Cansfield. Wyckoff. Cameron, G. Gauss, Stegeman. Hears " Wilcox, Spalding, S. Walker, Lan Fleenor. Not in picture: V. Ande J. Dean, Donigan. Durman, Flei Gascoyne, Hart, L. Howard, D. Jackson, Krugel, J. E. Miller, Padden, Scofield, Snodgrass, J. Young, Duncan. Naumoir. V. Fiona, Platzkc Second row: Mr. Munk, I 1 Dr. Randall. Third row Rcnauer, Boothrayd. Fourth R. Biggs. Grostic. Fifth ro Sankuer, Harmer. Sixth ro Harrington, C R. Baker. OFFICERS: Deane Floria, president; Mar- garet Naumoff. vice-president; Eileen Platzke, secre- tary-treasurer. SPONSORS: Dr. Dorothy Engle, Mr. Albert H. Munk. Dr. David L. Randall. Mr. Richard Stru- win. PURPOSE: To secure for the members the advantages arising from discussion of chemical prob- lems; a broader and more intimate knowledge of chemistry, and to further the study of this science at Albion college. MEMBERSHIP: Twelve of the members of the club are members of the Student Affiliate chapter of the American Chemical society, which exists at Al- bion in conjunction with the chemistry club. ACTIVITIES: A trip to East Lansing to visit the regular monthly meeting of the American Chemical society and a trip through the laboratories; annual field trip to automobile plants to note the part of the industrial chemist in this field. The club ' s two social meetings each year are the initiation in the fall and a picnic in conjunction with the Physics club and Kappa Mu Epsilon. Chemistrv Club 80 Physics Club OFFICERS: Charlss Ricker, president: Dan- iel Harrington, vice-president; Robsrt Buslepp, sec- retary-treasurer. SPONSORS: Dr. Justin Glathart. Mr. Loren Hanna, Mr. Howard Petterson. PURPOSE: To stimulate interest and re- search and to encourage independent study in the field of physics. ACTIVITIES: Physics club open house at which practical application of physical principles in everyday life were stressed in simplified form for the layman; trip to the Chrysler corporation plant in Detroit with the Chemistry club, March. The club exchanged combined meetings with Kappa Mu Epsilon in December and February. Fi r-t r p : Har rington Ri cker. Bl slepp Hi ckle Law rie. R. J Warn. M . Ha nna. Mr. Petter Third Va n D er Hars , Mr. Gl athart. Snell Blvhold er. Foil rth ro w: D. Ale ander Vctter. Not n pic b: All s, B Ba iley, Baldwir . R. Biggs, d, R Fi •Id, V. Flor a. Gr ons. H H ck. Hosman, JciVrcv C. Johnso 1, Mc- Na lly, Neil, R . Nlxc Pillingc r. W Si TIPSO , Watki s, We tz. First row : R. E. Brown, Snell. Scofield, B. Barnes, Dr. Larsen. Second row : Blyholder, Arlhurs. R. Garner, Carver, Dr. Ingalls , Mr. Powers. Third row : Mcllvennan Harmev. Wakelin, Gillespie, Beck, Riek r. Fourth row: E. Marshall, Phelps. J. Hayward, A. H. Brown, I. Newell, Po vlison, W. Martin. OFFICERS: William Scofield, president; Eugene Snell, vice-president; Barbara Barnes, secre- tary-treasurer. SPONSORS: Dr. Edmund E. Ingalls, Dr. Harold D. Larsen. PURPOSE: To further the interests of math- ematics and to help the undergraduate realize the im- portance, power and beauty possessed by mathemat- ics. ACTIVITIES: Reading of papers at meet- ings by senior members; initiation March 1 for stu- dents who qualified at the end of first semester; na- tional convention, Topeka, Kansas; combined meet- ings with the Physics club; picnic with the Physics and Chemistry clubs. Kappa Mu Epsilon 81 First row: R. Khantui. Leonard. Hop- kins, Shenefclt. Second row: Balaram. Frills. Shiere, Mrs. Gales. Smeckerl. Anderton. Third row: Davies, D. Dean. Wade. W. Will. C. Poller. R. E. Brown. Blyholder, Sturlridge, Renauer, 0. Khanna. Mi- Do ne. J. Curliss. Styles. J. L. Johnston, Dixon. Second row: Jean Pclcrson. M. Bishop, Diffin, J. E. Miller, Neidlinger, Juday. Robertson, Bowman, A. Westen- felder. M. Kay. C. Hendrick. S. Ander- son, F. M. Wells, Guthat. OFFICERS: Lester Shiere, president; Ted Smeckert. vice-president; Earl Fritts. secretary; Frank Anderton, treasurer. PURPOSE: The Goodrich club is a co-op- erative organization designed to provide inexpensive living facilities for men. The central aim of the club is to foster fellowship, promote scholarship, instill co-operative spirit and uphold reverence for Chris- tian ideals. MEMBERSHIP: Membership in the Good- rich club is dependent upon one ' s need, character and potential usefulness. ACTIVITIES: A hay ride, Christmas parly and a mustache growing contest won by Richard Vel- ter. Stanley Renauer won the " futility " cup. Friday and Saturday nights were date nights. OFFICERS: Ellen Styles, president; Jean Curtiss. vice-president; Adarose Beach, recording secretary: Florence Wells, corresponding secretary; Jean Johnston, treasurer. SPONSORS: Miss Clara Dixon, Miss Mar- garet Downing, Mrs. W. J. Gilbert, Mrs. Royal G. Hall. ORGANIZATION: The IWL became active- ly affiliated with the National Independent Students " association Feb. 18. The all-inclusive purpose of the NISA is to aid in the full development and adjustment of independ- ent students and to act as a constructive force in de- veloping the aims and the ideals of the educational institution of which it is a part. ACTIVITIES: Fourth annual Homecoming dinner for Independent alumnae; a tea for new stu- dents in October, date nights in November and April. Projects included making scrapbooks for Sheldon Memorial hospital and a fashion show in March with townspeople participating. Beverly Juday was elected queen and enter- ed as a candidate in the national contest. Goodrich Hub 82 Independent Women ' s League ' ' 1947-48 111 Sports Award Briton athletes brought the conference All-Sports award home to Albion for the first time in eight years during the 1947- ' 48 sports year. The race for the award was one of the most closely-contested in the history of the MIAA and saw Albion win only on the strength of its showing in the annual field day at Kalamazoo. In winning the award Albion piled up 48 markers to out-distance second-place Kalama- zoo by seven points. Albion athletes won conference championships in basketball, cross coun- try and track; finished third in golf, tennis and baseball, and last in football. The Britons also won the unofficial indoor track title. 84 Kneeling: Manager P. Paul, Hagadone, R. A. MacDonald. Cappel, Griffin, Manager H. Richardson. Standing: McCurry. L. Holn les. Cul man, G. Tromhley, Deltman, Hinrichs, Coach Sprankie. OPPONENTS ALBION MEETS: The Cross Country team won the league crown for the second consecutive year, win- ning the MIAA meet and nine conference contests. The harriers lost only to Central Michigan College of Education. In the MIAA meet at Alma the Brit- ons, led by Ted Hagadone, took first with a score of 31 points. Alma placed second with 60 and Hope third with 80. Other teams and scores were: Kala- mazoo, 81; Adrian, 98; Hillsdale, 171. Albion entered the National Collegiate meet at East Lansing and finished in fifteenth place. In this meet the Britons revenged the earlier defeat at the hands of Central Michigan and beat all other MIAA teams. Jackson junior college 50 Kalamazoo college 38 Central Michigan College of Education 23 (Triangular meet) Adrian col- lege 89 Alma college 42 Adrian college 44 Hope college 39 Alma college 37 Central Michigan College of Education 33 (Triangular meet) Alma college 60 Toledo university 31 Hillsdale college 50 15 23 32 18 17 20 21 33 25 15 Cross Country 85 »: Managers G. Martin. Lamping. Ma s. Held. Swanson. Sec Cut.ghenoui, Jueckstock. C. Wells. Cardu ci. J. A. Adams. F : Guilford. O ' Dell, W. Martin. Albers Hidenfelter. D. Wilcox Gates. Coach Clark. Fourth row : Co ch Sprandel. Blyth rnat. Frey. W. Brown. Larimer. J. Ca son. J. Jarrett. Ritzman Safronoff, Pinkney, Stanton, Joranko. Van Deusen, Majdcski. F Third row : Coach Matthews. Marvin Crosthwaite. D. Brauti Ayres. Parks, E. Fostet. Hiilse, Kabc ' l, Mi enke. K. K. Smith, I os, T. Bennett. J. R. Blanchard. Wur nlinger. Kehe. Monahan Coach Anderson. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AND CAP- TAIN: Fred Bernat. GAMES: Briton gridders finished in last place in MIAA standings after starting the season by win- ning two non-conference games. A strong start took a turn for the worse when a MIAA eligibility rule riddled the lineup of the Brit- on squad. Coach Anderson lost the services of Rog- er Bates. Tom Bell. Charlie Frost. Ira Guilford, Frank Joranko. Arnie Pinkney and Nick Wurmlinger. Al Carducci and Bill Van Deusen were ruled out because they were transfer students. A meetin g of the MIAA Board of Directors Oct. 7. 1948 dropped the eligibility rule from the books and stated that any student who is regularly admitted to the freshman class and carrying a full- time schedule of classes shall be eligible for athletic competition during his first semester, effective at the end of the 1948 football season. OPPONENTS ALBI Manchester college 40 Olivet college 7 26 Kalamazoo college 14 Alma college 13 7 Adrian college 1 Homecoming) 13 7 Hope college 33 6 Hillsdale college 14 7 Lake Forest college 13 7 Football 86 Football Upper left: Harry Hidenfeher. Upper right: Ken Smith. Below: Fred Bemat, captain and most valuable player. 87 (In floor: Joranko. Little. Seated: Louis Bli Sigren, R. Clark. Eggleston. Standing: Cad Pinknev. D. Lee. G. Davis. R. Carlson, M. R. Manager Maas. Coach Sprandel. ck, Mohl, Dies. R. Allen. Anderson. Manager Held. Berry, Oakes, R. Baughey, GAMES: OPPONENTS ALBION Olivet college 57 64 Adrian college 50 86 Western Ontario 77 57 I diversity of Toronto 37 56 Alma college 62 52 Mount L nion college 61 53 L niversity of Akron 63 34 Wooster college 57 43 Ashland college 69 60 Kalamazoo college 53 57 Hope college 60 62 Hillsdale college 67 58 Adrian college 41 42 Michigan Normal 49 45 Olivet college 45 48 Michigan Normal 54 69 Alma coll?ge 64 56 Kalamazoo college 66 72 Tri-State 64 78 Hope college 75 59 Hillsdale college 45 41 Carroll college 62 60 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Max Berry. CAPTAIN: Lou Black. The Briton cagers ended the season in a three- way tie for second place with Kalamazoo and Hope. Vince Sigren was the leading scorer for Albion. Lou Black was named to the MI A A team and Sigren was given honorable mention. Basketball Basketball 89 ' JO GAMES: OPPONENTS ALBI Jackson junior college 4 19 Indiana Tech 4 14 Indiana Tech 2 8 Jackson junior college 11 12 Olivet college 13 3 Ohio Wesleyan 7 8 Michigan Normal 15 7 Alma college 6 4 Olivet college 5 4 Hope college 1 4 Adrian college 6 7 Hillsdale college 7 5 Alma college 4 Hillsdale college Michigan Normal Percy Jones hospital Percy Jones hospital 16 6 10 6 5 10 22 Albion finished the season in third place in the first MIAA baseball playoffs in 20 years. Clark Wurm was an outstanding pitcher for the Britons, winning five games. Frank Bonta and Ken Spyker also showed well. Vince Sigren, Ken Grostic, Max Berry and Bill Scofield led the batters. Ballard, Bonti ofield. D. Wile Baseball MATCHES: OPPONENTS albi or University of Michi gan 18 1 Adrian college 3 16 Olivet college 5 13 Kalamazoo college 11 8 Alma College 13 6 Jackson junior Coll ege 6V2 12% Kalamazoo college 10 9 Hillsdale college 8 11 Hope college 8 11 Jackson junior college 17 2 University of Michigan I8I 2 Olivet college 10 9 y-i MIAA MEET: Alma 20, Hillsdale 14, Al- bion 12, Kalamazoo 8, Hope 6. Adrian 0. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: William Kasler Coach Aris, Hadden, Denton. Kasler, G. Wagner, Pfeuffe Golf MATCHES: Jackson junior college Olivet college Jackson junior college University of Detroit Wayne university Hope college Adrian college OPPONENTS ALBION 2 5 7 1 6 9 8 1 5 5 2 5 Kalamazoo college University of Detroit Alma college Michigan Normal Albion finished third in the MIAA field day at Kalamazoo behind Kalamazoo and Hope. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Stanley Jones J. Harrison, Lindland, Gregory, Frevert, Ban R. White, Casteel, Coach Robert Reed, Mayn cture: Hunter. Tennis 91 First row : Hagadone. Mulligan. Jac.t. G. Tr mblev. R. Bill. Oilman R. A. M cDonald. Second row: Policy. R. Bigg., Ctirist, Detlman Hidcnfelle r. L. Mead. Fry. Third row : C, ach Sprandel. McCnrry Eggleston, Manager Held. Appl, Manager Maas. Cappel, R. Allen. Coach Rockwell. Fourth row: Amis, Krhe. Field Ashdown, Ayies, Haas MOST V ALL ' ABLE PLAYER: Max Polley, major point winner. CAPTAIN: Dick MacDonald. MEETS: OPPONENTS Adrian college 71% Hope college 37% Kalamazoo college 66 2 3 I Triangular meet) Detroit Tech ' 3 1 3 Alma college 38% Kalamazoo college 53 I Triangular meet I Hillsdale college 45 Hillsdale college 54 77 ALBION 58i 2 931 2 82 92V2 63 MIAA MEET: Albion 75. Adrian 44. Kala- mazoo 38. Hillsdale 35%, Alma 17, Hope 15%. Al- bion won only three firsts in the MIAA meet: John Haas in shot put, Lou Culman and Bob Ball tied for first in the high jump, Dick MacDonald in the two- mile run. For the first time in ten years there was no MIAA indoor track meet. In an indoor meet with Ohio Wesleyan John Haas tossed the shot 43 feet 7% inches to break a 24-year old field house record at the Ohio school. MEETS: Wayne university Ohio Wesleyan Western Michigan college OPPONENTS 521 2 721 , 67 ALBION 501 , 511 2 33 Track 92 JL . f I Jf First row: J. Jarretl. Kerby, D. Wilcox. Cartwright, Galbreath, Cappcl. Second row: Kasler. J. Harrison. Slokoe. G. Duncan. Louis Black. Ritzman. Hadden. Ytterberg, R. While. Third row: Grostic, Scofield. Lockyer. E. Foster. Nelson, Spyker. Hoover, S. Tomion. R. L. Thomp- son, Wurm. Fourth row: K.-he, V. Baker, Held, Shurlow, D. Lee, aas, Eggleston, Culman. Hagadone. Fifth row: Parks. T. Bennett mos, Christ. Bcrnat. Shebel. Ashdown, Glendening. J. Carson. Sixth ow: D. Floria. R. Ball. Ballard. Hidenfclter, K. K. Smith. Hegedus revert, Polley, Valrance. Seventh row: MacDonald, Marvin, W. :rown, W. Martin. OFFICERS: Marvin Shebel, president; Clark Wurm, vice-president; Kenneth Nelson, secre- tary; Steven Hegedus, treasurer. PURPOSE: To determine ways and means of improving Albion ' s athletic standing and relations with other schools; to strive to blend student activi- ty and sports at Albion in order to bring the best qualities of both to the student body. MEMBERSHIP: The " A " club is composed of Albion athletes who have won varsity sports let- ters. ACTIVITIES: Club members have served throughout the year as ushers and managers for sports events and in aiding in management of the high school track meet held in Albion during the spring season. Funds and plans havr; been drawn by the club to purchase trophies to be awarded each year to the man voted " most valuable " in each sport by his team mates. The club sponsored Big Three week end April 29-30. Interclass games and contests included the annual freshman-sophomore tug of war, shot put con- tests, dashes and an interclass touch football game. The group investigated and aided in the es- tablishment of a local chapter of Sigma Delta Psi, national athletic fraternity. « i V f ' .I 93 First ro : Mcllvennan, Dunn. Sprall. B. Phillips. J. J.hnston, Miss Lang. I Anderson, McKcnzic, Fent. . E. Marshall. Phelps. Becker. Miss id row: J. Knepel. Stegeman. Oddv. iWland. M. Pelerson, H. Meyer, V. OFFICERS: Catherine Becker, president: Lucretia Spratt. vice-president; Charlotte Phelps, sec- retary: Betty Marshall, treasurer. Officers for 1949- ' 50 are: Jane Koepel. presi- dent: Sally MacKenzie. vice-president: Mary Weav- er, secretary: Mary Ellen Pasmore. treasurer. Heads of sports were: Fall sports: Verle An- derson, archery: Barbara Hill, hockey: Miss Mac- Kenzie. hiking: Jean Norland, badminton. Winter sports: Jean Johnston, bowling: Miss MacKenzie. hiking: Marjorie Peterson, swimming; Bonnalyn Phillips, snow sports; Louise Stegeman. volleyball. Spring sports: Miss Anderson, archery: Suzanne Fenton. canoeing; Miss Koepel, tennis; Miss Mac- Kenzie. hiking; Harriette Myer, Softball. PURPOSE: To promote athletics, to create a love of sports and to foster the ideal of good sports- manship. MEMBERSHIP: Membership is open to any college woman who participates in three sports, one of which must be classified as a major sport, and who is accepted by the WAA board. There are 108 mem- bers at present. ACTIVITIES: Award to Most Outstanding Senior: Miss Becker. The WAA Activity cup for the most points was awarded to Kappa Delta sorori- ty for the third consecutive year. Letter award winners were Miss Hill. Miss Koepel and Dolores Weddell. Sweater award win- ners were Muriel Donaldson. Miss Norland, Miss Phillips. Patricia Smith. Miss Spratt and Jacqueline Stiles. Barbara Geil. Miss Hill. Miss Koepel and Miss Stegeman represented Albion at the biennial conven- tion of the Athletic Federation of American College Women in Madison. Wise. April 27-29. Women ' s Athletic Association 94 OFFICERS: Nancy Spouse, president; Virginia Smith, vice-president; Mary Ann Brines, recording secretary; Mary Peters, corresponding secretary, and Eileen Platzke, treasurer. ORGANIZATION DATES: National, Oct. 15, 1885; local, May 27, 1887. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: 1.6 scholar- ship average. ACTIVITIES: Homecoming sorority float cup, theme " Miracle of the Bells; " Halloween date night; Christmas caroling; Alpha Chi Omega-Delta Gamma dinner-dance, Jan. 8; Father and Daughter banquet, Feh. 26; series of Sat- urday luncheons prepared hy one sorority mother and her daughter. Row: Dalcnbcrg, Grieves. Vogel, Leaver. J. Morris. Doty. Vivi. S. Morris. Gale. Second row: Long. G. Smith. Platzke. Garb, rrith. Spouse. M. A. Brines. M. Foster, Henshaw. S. Tobias. Thil Davey, Delaney, M. L. Reed. J. Kuhn, M. E. Berry. McR = e. Thil n. R. Roberts. Sartin. Mahon. Rodgers. Fourth row: Pangbui man. Bengel. Wnrts, Jean Montgomery, Janice Montgomery. } . A. Reed. Wcllman. Ritchie. S. Hall. Not in picture: Barton. Boomhower. Bruce. Dalgleish. Larsen. Marion. D. Roberts. Scuphol: Alpha Chi Omega 96 Alpha Xi Delta Fi w: Loff R . Briggs. Conn ingh am. B. Bro wn Van Lt euwen, Alfc Ra y, M Cc J. Abbott. Second r Know Ahr B. Wollen Cc nstan ine B. B rnes, B. Saw yer, M. Hunt. B ick. Third M , McLar Bowker M. J. Smith Fourth ro W. Beard. W lker. P. Per y. Norland L. Lars on, Durma n. B. J . ones, Verd M cKen ie. Spaldir g. N. B eard. L. West enfeld r, Flee tor Fifth ro Ra nkin. M. er. PS . Ci osby Scho es. E. th. P. Reit E. Harg er. Coste r. De Pew. Mar orie Pet rson. Ha I. G ah m. O ' Donn Not in pic L Anderso l. G. Bak ;r, D riscoll l alner OFFICERS: Betty McLaren, president; Margaret Bowker, vice-president; Barbara Wollenzin, recording secre- tary; Helen Constantine, corresponding secretary; Elizabeth Verdow, treasurer. PURPOSE: To promote friendship, to maintain a high sense of honor and duty. ORGANIZATION DATES: National, April 17, 1893; local, 1915. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Members shall be chosen from college students. ACTIVITIES: Spring formal, April 2, 1948; Sigma Alpha Iota song fest cup. May, 1948; fall dinner-dance with University of Michigan chapter; annual banquet for basket- ball team at lodae. 94 m sL $n _ TT- ' ' ■ ' { war ■■■ - --■ | % -ipt- 7 X- a . „ A . i oM K : v. " B ■ i L ■ ; Sl! i Hl H r " 97 Delta Gamma OFFICERS: Shirley Watson, president; Joan Bed- ford, vice-president; Carol Jane Paxton, treasurer; Helen Hawver, recording secretary; Patricia Page, corresponding secretary. PURPOSE : To foster high ideals of friendship among members, to promote their educational cultural interests, to create in them a true sense of social responsibility and to develop in them the best qualities of character. ORGANIZATION DATES: National. Jan. 2, 1874; local. Jan. 17. 1883. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must attain a scholastic average of 1.7, pass the national fra- ternity test and receive a vote of acceptance by active chap- ter members. ACTIVITIES: Football banquet; parents ' week end; Christmas party with alumnae; annual dance, Spring Arbor; scholarship cup for sorority and campus; National activities award. Firs! row: Werle, L. Engman. Leopold, B. Bailey, Wear. Tenhunen Dudin . Duffv. Kuchnc, E. Smilh. Second row: Lindberg, Schooley Brcke r. Onstad. S. Watson. M. French, M. B. Hawver. Page, Hagerman Bedfo d. Third row: F. Pclerson, Parlin, Grant- Walters, Getty, B Gauss L. Campbell, Seeontine, Haycock, Beatty. E. Watson, Paxton, D Ander .on. Fourth row: Peterman, D. Ross, Worth, Buter, H. Hawver H. D Voe, B. Hill. J. Dean. Carmien. Raylc, J. Engman. K. McCrcdie Not i n picture: J. Boone, Lowe, McGroarty, Ralhbone, Spencer. 93 First row: Tnidgeon, Kroh is, Elwood. Howlett. Cree, Ertell. Webb McLain, N. Hill. Second ro w: Rich. Bourg. D. Jackson, Pcarce, Buch binder, Schlorff, H. Allen, P. Perkins. Third row: M. Donaldson Bonthroyd. M. J. Lee. Dobi e. Fourth row: Nebel, Sias. Hunsicker Fillmore, Odgcrs, Marsh. Trel our, Stoner. Barbara Allen. Zerbv. Stormer Olenzek. Filth row: McCa nn, Bull. Callahan. P. Lee, Coulter, D Lecnhonts. Mnlleavy, I. Gam r, Schram, Hassberger, Hum, M. W. John sin, Ellis, I ot in picture Bobier. Erickson, Frasher, Henderson, V OFFICERS: Jean Lee, president; Margery Booth- royd, vice-president; Helen Allen, recording secretary; Mur- iel Schlorff, corresponding secretary; Shirley Pearce, treas- urer. PURPOSE: To unite members in the bonds of sin- cere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social cul- ture of members, and to develop plans for guidance and uni- ty and action; objects worthy of the highest aim and pur- pose of associated effort. ORGANIZATION DATES: National, Oct. 24, 1902; local, May 11, 1940. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Members shall be chosen for moral, social and intellectual worth, congenial disposition, lay-like demeanor and a high sense of honor. . . . The scholarship requirement shall be such as is required by the local college Panhellenic. ACTIVITIES: Christmas party by the Mothers ' club in Detroit; winter formal; spring formal, the " Rose Ball; " open house each Saturday afternoon for games and bridge. Delta Zeta 99 OFFICERS: Louise Stegeman, president; Barbara Donahue, vice-president; Margaret Yoder, recording secre- tary; Suzanne Fenton, treasurer. PURPOSE: To promote true friendship among the college girls of our country by inculcating into their hearts and lives those principles of truth, of honor, of duty, without which there can be no true friendship. National. Oct. 23, 1897; ORGANIZATION DATES: local, March 24, 1923. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS : A candidate must take three degrees: ((1) She shall meet faculty, col- lege Panhellenic, college chapter and Kappa Delta constitu- tional requirements for pledging. (2) To take the second degree she shall have previously received the first degree, shall meet faculty, college Panhellenic and college chapter requirements for initiation. (3) To take the third degree she shall have taken the first and second degrees and shall have passed the Kappa Delta pledge examination. ACTIVITIES: Homecoming banquet, Oct. 23; award- ed Activity cup by WAA, Oct. 25; annual spaghetti dinner, Nov. 22: winter formal. Jan. 8; annual open house before Panhellenic ball, March 20; volleyball championship; WAA announced Helen Bowden outstanding senior, April 16; spring dinner-dance. May 1; parents ' day, " Gay Nineties " party, May 16; senior picnic in Victory park. First row: Yodcr. Quick. S Phelps. Donahue. Stegeman. C Day. Fenton. Holcomb. Seh Phillips. McNutt, A. Field. Leaeh. M. M Third row: M. Perkins. Kidd Trout. Maronick, Fox. Gcil, B. Tho H. Havward. Not in picture: Darvav. Mori Paddcn. P. Smith. Stiles, Wcddel ;s. L. Wilcox. Second row: Hears Deckert, Evans. Kindig. HofTs. 1 . A. M. Smith. Snodgrass. M. Dearin Kilian, Runkel. B. Holmes. J. Phillip Northrup. C. Floria. M. Haige ck. Sn kappa Delta 100 Zeta Tau Alpha First row: C. Carson, Edwards. P Gilbert. Second row: Goodall. S. Cormick, E. Crandall. Oddy. Mcllve Hogan, P. Johnston, N. McKenzie, Fi M. Weaver, Calhoun, Bickel, Lange J. H. Blanchard, Kovin, E. Norton, Corsette. Hengst, Nebergal. H. Koepel, M. Baum, Meaden ture: G. Henderson, Y. Howard, Kendeigh, Ladd, LaFn Silkworth, N. Titus. Simpson, D. Jend, P. Tromblev Taylor, Fenner. J. Hayward, Mc nan. Jay, M. Miller. Third row tz. Hildebrandt, Wyckoff, Cansfield Pasmore, Hoffman. Fourth row Koepel, Gartung, Rahn. P. Roe Not M.-h,.fl OFFICERS: Ernestine Crandall, president; Joy Oddy, vice-president; Yvonne Howard, recording secretary; Peggy Jay, corresponding secretary; Marylyn McCormick, treasurer. PURPOSE: To intensify friendship, to promote hap- piness among members and in every way create such senti- ments, to perform such deeds and to mold such opinions as will conduce to the building up of a nobler and purer wo- manhood in the world. ORGANIZATION DATES: National, Oct. 15, 1898; local, Oct. 29, 1929. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must attain a point average of 1.5, pass the fraternity exam- ination and fulfill initiation requirements. ACTIVITIES: Donna Meadema chosen as Homecom- ing queen; golden anniversary celebration for alumni and chapter at Homecoming; formal given by pledges, December; traditional caroling of the patronesses, December; Colleen Carson chosen as Greek Goddess; spring formal. 101 OFFICERS: Dale Smith, president; Blair Bedient, vice-president; Gerald Bailey, treasurer; James Oliver, sec- retary. PURPOSE: Founded soon after the Civil war, the prime object of the founders was to restore the union, to unite fraternally the young men of the South with those of the North and to foster a Christian brotherhood dedicated to the task of achieving and cherishing permanent peace. ORGANIZATION DATES: National, Sept. 11, 1865; local. May 24, 1889. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Members must be white and students or faculty members of the college; they must not be members of another fraternity. ACTIVITIES: Spring formal, 1948; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia interfraternity sing cup, 1948; Christmas party for needy children; Blaekfoot-Whitefoot dance in collaboration with Sigma Nu, Feb. 5; interfraternity championships in softball. wrestling, horseshoes, badminton, tennis, basketball, free-throw, track and baseball field day. Fir«t row: Appl, Monahan, Lamping, Bergren, Johansen, A. H. Browi Rosbolt. Hotchkiss. Hasler, Bass. Ritzman. Second row: R. L. Thcmi son, W. Brines. Mcisel. J. R. Blanchard. Birt, G. Bailey. D. F. Smil] Mrs. Stevens, Bedient, J. Oliver. Stobaugh, W. Watson, R. Meyer. . Baughey, Van Arsdalcn. Third row: Huff. C. T. Wilson, Snell. Haddei Arlhurs. Gilchrist. Heck. J. Norton. Savage. Batey. D. D. Smith. 1 Frank. Cornish. Kirsch. Vandivort, Murphy. Fourth row: Berglum Sash. D. Wilcox, R. White, Walters. Larimer, Hagadone. R. A. Shimmc R. Boone. E. Foster. C. Duncan. R. S. Olson. J. Newell. Hanlon. Houcl B. Young. J. Q. Adams. Kenny. Not in picture: Ayres. R. Baughe Louis Black. J. Carson. DcWitt. Ferguson. Johns. W. Marshall. Frey, H Green, R. G. Shimmel, Stclle, H. Stevens. Stokoe. Strayer. Sullivai Ungrodt, Wickham. Alpha Tan Omega 102 Delta Sigma Phi Top picture, first row: Kcnnev, Bliss. Ward. J. Sci.h. McNally, R. Waltmire. Shader. Second I Palmer. W. Lee, W. Horn. C. R. Baker, Adrian: R. E. Hall, Papsdoif, Passineau, H. Jones. Third Michael. Pfis R. Cooley. Mrs. Black. ow: A. Davenport, R. on, W. Clark, Lindke. row: Mcintosh, Roosa, Rcbinson, Black. Hyatt, Chri C. Black. Albertzai Brower. D. O. Cur J. Turner, D. Mo D. Potter, Eversm picture: J. Baldw son. Klotz. Ormist. w: R. Abbott. Schrenk, Beckman, Bartrop. Mrs. . Goodman, Bauer. Second row: D. D. Owen, nm. Lincoln, Jacobus, J. E. Cole, A. W. Foster, rneil. Olsen. Batzer. Cronk, Hole. Third row: enison. B. Weaver. Bartosek. Scharer, Billman, Baker. Ebel. Dahm. Eash. H. Vick. Not in nat. Bundav. 0. Burns. Hammond, J. M. John- Simpson. M. Spanier. R. Tobias. Van Schoick. OFFICERS: Robert McNally, president; Charles Baker, vice-president; Richard Burket, treasurer; Thomas Adrianson, secretary. PURPOSE: To give members the intimate, beneficent fellowship with good men which is necessary to their full de- velopment, and to supplement their cultural and profession- al education with training in those qualifications for citizen- ship and leadership which are not definitely or directly part of the college function. ORGANIZATION DATES: National, 1899; local, 1917. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Good character, acceptable scholarship and satisfactory pledgeship. ACTIVITIES: Spring formal, 1948; Alumni Home- coming banquet; winter formal. 103 Delta Tan Delta OFFICERS: David Carr. president; James Clark, vice-president; Richard Larson, treasurer; Hamilton Scharff, corresponding secretary; Paul Friese, recording secretary. PURPOSE: The stress in Delta Tau Delta is on par- ticipation and co-operation of all members in order to sup- plement college training and to n_ )ld a well-rounded indi vidua! with stable characteristics and a balanced personality ORGANIZATION DATES: National, 1859; local. 1876. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Prospective members must receive a " B " in one course and a " C " average in other courses during the semester they are pledges; they must pass pledge tests and the Delt Development program satisfactorily. ACTIVITIES: Winning of cups for the best fraterni- ty and best-on-campus Homecoming floats, with the theme " Inside U.S.A.; " winning of scholarship cup; Black and White week end between semesters; championships in bad- minton and table tennis. Top picture, 6rsl row: Huckle. Torley, Reid. P. Lewis. D. Morion, Mrs. Temple. Mohr. Deller, Mulder. Cardner. Second row: R. Campbell. Buslepp. T. Steele. J. Clark. C. Wagner. Harrington. Neil, Whoatlev, Morrison. Cleason. W. Kuhn, Carr. Third row: R. Miller. R. Larson, Richards. Hunter. Kasler. G. Kay. Kendall, Saxe, M. S. Johnson, J. Harrison. Somers. Bullen. Bottom picture, first row: R. H. Thompson. S Scharff. Williamson. Malejan. Brooks, P. Nixon. Mohl, Richard Smith, Lyster, J. M. Cole. Hocl Parker. J. C. Sharp. Brogren. E. Gross, McCoy. Cavanagh. T. Johnson, Pahl, Harley. C. Johnson, ington, W. Lindow, Gruschow, Heym. Not in pi Basset. T. Brown, Carducci, Dunne, Ford, L. She ly- Seco n.l row: K Engstroi . R. W. Third T. Ball. Val e, Fri Lud- : A rthur. R. Ball, r rer ch. Grod yen t. C. Har; Lichtwardt. Monahan, Rent! 104 Top picture, first row: G. Trombley Harger, R. L. 01s n, G. Reitzel. Lane Lawrence, G. Mill r, Barry, L. Hawes, Butters. D. E. Ow Smith, Mr . ml. Shatter. Heyden. D. Bottom picture, first row: R. H. Hall, Strickfaden, Stitt. Earl. New- man, Engel. Second row: Laing, Carstens. Wakelin, Beck, P. Ross, Mrs. Harger, J. McDonald. Baldwin. Watkins. Henke. D. Lee. Third row: S. Jones, Wanty, Gregory, Malasky, C. Meyer. Sherman. McCue, Behn, Siebert, Safreed, Tompert, R. Hawes. Hodge. Ricker, Schaefer. Fourth row: Ludy. W. Weeks, Ronan, R. Zemmer, J. Zimmerman. Baumgartner, DeBusk, R. Allen. Barger, Katz, J. Nixon, T. Siler, Pochert. Burrows. Not in picture: R. Bigley. Bintz, C. Bishop, Bixler. L. E. Black. Ceder- quist. Diehl, Foor. Frantz. Furney, P. Gates, J. Hagan. C. Parker. Pfeuffer, M. Redfern, M. Reed, Ward Taylor, Tincoff, Upjohn, Vanderjagt, Woch- holz. OFFICERS: Fall, 1948: John McDonald, president; Philip Ross, vice-president; Ronald Beck, secretary; Stanley Jones, treasurer. Officers for spring, 1949: Don Baumgart- ner, president; Walter Henke, vice-president; John Carstens, secretary; Stanley Jones, treasurer. PURPOSE: Incentive to honorable action, develop- ment of higher qualities of the mind and nobler feelings of the heart. National, June 28, 1855; ORGANIZATION DATES: local, June 12, 1886. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Members must be bona fide white male students of good moral character who maintain an honorable standing in scholarship. ACTIVITIES: Spring formal, April 2, 1948; Tri- chapter convocation, May 21, 1948; Phyllis Reitzel chosen Sweetheart; Sweetheart ball, Nov. 6; presented Sigma Chi Foundation Province Scholarship award to Eber Sherman, ' 45- ' 46, and Harold Sharp, ' 46- ' 47. Sigma Chi 105 OFFICERS: Harold Bailey, president; Robert Lenzi, vice-president; Gerald Skeels, secretary; Robert L. Brown, treasurer. ORGANIZATION DATES: National, 1869; local, 1895. ACTIVITIES: Traditional melon feed and hayride, October; Blackfoot-Whitefoot dance in collaboration with Alpha Tau Omega, February; White Star week end, May. Top picture, first row: Yost. N. Sharp. R. L. Brown. H. Bailey. Mrs. Evelvn Dean. Lenzi, Skeels. R. Biggs, Bolander. Second row: Shebel. Cochrane. R. C. Smith. T. Donaldson. R. Donaldson. Beauchamp, Van Der Harst. W. Johnson. Chionchio, W. Brown, Packard, Furniss. Eggleston. D. Kay. Third row: Mainwaring. T. Titus. D. Floria. R. Bower. I. Nichols, Lowmaster, Parks, Miske, Milncr, R. A. MacDonald, Sturgcs. Wiltsc. Keeney, Powlison, Bordt. Bo Horn pictur e. first row: O ' Dell Hulse, Wr eeler. B tsakis, kes R. L. H ill. M rs. Dea , Pierce. N. Roc. Am Weston. Ka ser, P rr, M icMartin Gier, Beechl ;r, R. C . P« rker. Ha ncisler. H fke J. Walkc r, Del man, Perkins. S. S mith, Ht rber t. Karlstr om, Sandi sky Thir d row Crosthwaitc. Marvin. Me nkc. R. Reed, K rby Yo cum, Wallac 11, Watts, Cul ■nan. We Iday H. Gate s, T. Ben Jo anko. Not in pict are: Bibbings Bonla. Die s, Elwyn Hiniichs P Jo res. R. J. Mr Donald, D. McCredie, P. Reed W. Smith. Spier. Vaughan Sigma n 106 Tau Kappa Epsilon J. R. Sha J. Toir Kitchen. Wi-me D. Cai ren. Buck Seelye, J. Allen, G. Martin Truesdcll. D. Wagner. Golla Bergin, J. Carter. Dyke, Egber Porte, Wahlberg, Wason. ■ w: Stanton, Fisher, Ferns. C. Kelly. Mrs. Baldwin, W. Collins. Spinney, Jacot. Second row: Pixley. Fischer. Davis. Jueckstock, Ferry. Lonsberry. War- Lenkey, Little. Third row: R. Bates. Gerhard, DeMaggio, Coughenour. Purton. Casteel, Hidenfelter. Not in picture: Galbreath, Groat, R. Harrison, L. Holmes, Anselmi, Mrs. P. Friedricks. Field. Ely, So W. Simpson, C e, first row: Cappel, V. Baker, Jeffrey. R. Perkins. S ' nt , Stark, L. Mead. W. Peters, Cochran, Grostic, D. Anseln K. Leenhouts, Starnes, W. Perkins, Scofjeld. Slutz, Baldwin, Cook, S. Tomion, W. West, Ednie, Schuurmai Third row: Inglis. T. Simmons. F. Fiske, Stoudinger. inters, R. Engle, Allis, Keith. D. Stevens. Morgan, McCai in, Grommons. Christ. Fourth row: Knight. Gervais. J. Jarre in, Lawric, Frevert, Ballard. Vernier. Rudesill, Alverson. Noyes, McKean. Tessin . Polley, T. Morton. OFFICERS: William Cook, president; John Carter, vice-president; Keith Ednie, treasurer; William Perkins, sec- retary. PURPOSE: Our purpose as a fraternity .... may be expressed in the one word, service. Its channels of ser- vice include four classes: the college in which the chapter is organized, the undergraduate members, the chapter ' s alum- ni and the national fraternity of which it is a part. ORGANIZATION DATES: National, Jan. 10, 1899; local, Jan. 1, 1927. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: A candidate must be in good standing, be in attendance at any school where an undergraduate chapter has been chartered and in- stalled and have reasonable character and latent abilities to profit the college and the chapter. ACTIVITIES: Festival of the Red Carnation, spring, 1948; intramural touch football champions, fall 1948; helped at installation of Beta Omicron chapter at Wayne university; winners of Barbershop Quartet contest. 107 o © Sealed: E. Crandall. Ahrens. Smith. Spouse. D. Anderson, Perkins. Standing: McLap M. J. Lee. Weddell, Onstad. Panhellenic Council OFFICERS: Virginia Smith, president; Mary Lou Ahrens, secretary; Leonella Wilcox, treasurer. PURPOSE: To maintain on a high plane fraternity life anil interfraternity relationship, to cooperate with college authorities in their effort to maintain high social and scholar- ship standards throughout the whole college. . . . ORGANIZATION DATES: First Panhellenic con- vention. 1891: name changed from ' " Intro-Sorority confer- ence " ' to " National Panhellenic congress, " 1911; name changed to " National Panhellenic conference, " 1945. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: Membership to the N.P.C. shall be open to women ' s national college fraterni- ties which meet the qualifications specified in the by-laws and petition for membership. ACTIVITIES: Panhellenic ball, March; presenta- tion of cup to the outstanding senior woman. OFFICERS for fall, 1948: Dale Smith, president; Robert Mohr. vice-president ; William Cook, secretary, and Don Baumgartner, treasurer. Officers for spring, 1949: Harold Bailey, president; Don Baumgartner, vice-president; Marvin Grostic, secretary, and Robert McNally, treasurer. Interfraternity Council Sealed : Coi It, Mohr, D. 1 Smith. Banmgarlm .. St:.ndinL Grostic, Valnto, R. V Mai Do uld R. While, II. Bailey. J. I Cooler, Braynu i, I. McDonald 108 ALBION COLLEGE Albion, Michigan Chartered in 1835 Highly accredited by the nation ' s most important scholastic groups, Albion is a coeducational Christian college, one of the largest privately administered col- leges in Michigan, its current enrollment now over 1250. A four-year liberal arts education is offered, with opportunity also for three- year pre-professional cours- es in dentistry, engineering, forestry. laboratory tech- niques, law, medicine, and nursing under a combined course arrangement with un- iversities and professional schools. Twelve national honor societies, including Phi Beta Kappa, have chap- ters at Albion. Able Faculty Excellent Equipment Moderate Cost Commencement Procession Passing Stockwell Library FALL SEMESTER BEGINS SEPTEMBER 12 Full Accreditation by North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools American Association of University Women The University Senate of the Methodist Church National Association of Schools of Music Michigan State Department of Public Instruction WILLIAM WHITCOMB WHITEHOUSE, Ph.D., President 109 HEAT or COLD . Lj a5 M a 5 FOR Qot Jt " COOKING — REFRIGERATION WATER HEATING — HOME HEATING REFUSE DISPOSAL The Albion G as Light Co. Phone 3938 110 Cameras — Films — Supplies Portrait and Commercial Developing — Printing — Enlarging Photographers VANDEN BERG STUDIO Successor to Harland A. Ludwig Studio 414 SO. SUPERIOR STREET ALBION, MICHIGAN Edward H. Vanden Berg, Prop. Telephone 4911 111 Bed [ Vlikes Jo Jhe L la55 y 1949 LONERGAN MANUFACTURING ALBION, MICHIGAN COMPANY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 Union Steel Products Company Made in Albion Used Round the World 112 ALBION COLLEGE BOOK STORE MRS. W. FINTJCAN, MGR. ESTABLISHED 1S93 Decker Manufacru ring Company ALBION, MICHIGAN 113 McDougal MAPLE CITY AUTO CO. Young BUICK SALES AND SERVICE DEALERS IN Car Washing - Greasing - Brake Service QUALITY FUELS • Complete Collision Service Water Softener Service " The Culligan Way " • Wheels Straightened, Balanced and Aligned PHONE 2874 Market Place Dial 3936 116 N. Superior Street ALBION The Alb ion Malleable Company MAKERS OF HIGH GRADE I ron MALLEABLE IRON CASTINGS SINCE 188S ALBION, MICHIGAN Royal Sandwich Shop CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 JUICY STEAKS CHOPS Noon-Day Plate Lunch Home Cooked BOHM MALTEDS SUNDAES avid OUR THREE PRIDES Sanitation — Courtesy — Service ALBION 203 N. Superior Phone 2805 Albion, Michigan Jheaterd BERNIE SAYLES, Owner CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 KINGSKRAFT Manufacturers of Your ALBIONIAN Covers KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. 325 W. HURON ST. CHICAGO 11, ILLINOIS 115 Brownridge Drug Store The @„atl Store Albion, Mich. Corsages Our Specialty Styled for Every Occasion lament 5 slc " 9 owers Block South of the High School Dial 3127 READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING, SHOES Vaughn Co. ' The Place to Go for the Name You Know ' MEN ' S .STORE . . . WOMEN ' S STORE Compliments of Ttaaam Cleaners Formerly Ladd ' s Phone 4281 PICK-UP DELIVER L. F. Blaisdell FINEST CLOTHING FOR COLLEGIATES 111 S. Superior Phone 5752 Christensen ' s Ma rket GROCERIES AND MEATS ALBION, MICHIGAN 115 N. Superior Phone 5173 Weaver ' s Restaurant Waffles - Dinners - Short Orders Closed 2 P M. Wednesdays Corner Cass and Superior Miller Jewelers " A Square Deal Always " 115 South Superior Street 116 Albion Hardware BOYDELL PAINT SPORTING GOODS GENERAL HARDWARE H. H. Snyder J. L. Frye BISHOP Furniture Co ALBION, MICHIGAN " Eddie " Andrews, Mgr. Compliments of the recorder j- redS L o. printers of The Albionian and The Pleiad The Recorder Press Co. (Home of Albion Evening Recorder) Albion Michigan Weatherwax ,om 217 S. Superior Phone 2987 ALBION, MICHIGAN DICKERSON ' S — BAND BOX CLEANERS — " Our Scientific Cleaning Makes Fabrics Young Again " Dial 4205 119 N. Superior St. ALBION, MICHIGAN COLLEGE C at SHOP 117 Frost ' s Shoe Store SHOES For Every Purse and Purpose Since 1S67 ALBION, MICHIGAN Paul J. Hawes DRUG STORE • 101 N. Superior Phone 4673 HOME LAUNDRY ALBION LUMBER CO. All Kinds of Lumber, Builders ' Supplies Builders ' Hardware and Paint E. Cass St. Phone 2295 Compliments of JIM BROWN ' S STORE Albion, Michigan • EVERYTHING IN FARM AND HOME SUPPLIES The Albion College Alumni Association Founded 1853 Office Est. 1926 Inc. 1872 " Conservator of the Past — Aid to the Present — Advocate of the Future " MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN ALUMNI COUNCIL INVITES The Membership and Cooperation of Every Former Student of Albion Through the Alumni Loyalty Fund Membership Entitles the Holder to Io Triumphe, Bulletins, and Insures the Continuing of Many College Friendships and Contacts K. J. Hollinshead, Sec ' y. Albion, Michigan 118 THOMSON ' S SMART FLOWERS FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS We Telegraph Flowers 112 E. Erie Street Dial 4510 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 • J. C. PENNEY CO. KOO S Hardware onaratutation5 ! From HI and KEN at the ALBION GRILL 121 N. Superior Dial 3486 Avery Cleaners Albion ' s Quality Cleaners The Exclusive Agents For CRAVENETTE WATERPROOFING PROCESS Pickup - Delivery Dial 2815 CARTWRIGHT ' S SHOE STORE Printing Of All Kinds STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES THE ART CRAFT PRESS 119 WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE TUCHTENHAGEN JEWELER OPTOMETRIST At the sign of the big clock OX Glamour Poses Quality Frames Chichester Studio 210% S. Superior Over Bullen ' s Store Albion, Michigan Phone 4690 Compliments of Up-To-Date ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR THE GEM DAIRY Dealers in Milk, Cream, Butter and Eggs WE FREEZE OUR OWN ICE CREAM Phone 3094 Ladies ' Ready-to-Wear Clothing and Accessories " Exclusive But Not Expensive " (Osteite rJJre S kop BULLEN ' S DRY GOODS LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR AND GENERAL DRY GOODS dS vi lie n 5 210 S. Superior Since 18 93 Huffman ' s " The Men ' s Store " Funishings :-: Clothing Phone 3 793 310 Superior Street 120


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