Fifth row Gervais, Frantz, Maas, Lamping, Swanson, Martin, Held, Nveston, Leeke
Fourth row Balcinlis, Porter, Pinkney, Guilford, Blumenthal, Adams, Baughey, Kehe, Welch
Third row Hidenfelter, Wurrnlinger, Stelle, Cicchcla, Dunne, Berry, Weidle, Brautigam, Frost
Second row Bennett, Wilcox, Coughenour, Monahan, Carducci, Hodgin, Jueckstock, Joranko, Van
Deusen, Mr Sprandel
First row Mr Matthews, Mr, Anderson, Shurlcw, Carson, Frey, Shebel, Smith, Stanton, Marvin,
The Albion college Britons. Playing
their second season under the direc-
tion of Coach Del Anderson, chalked
up a record of two w ns and one tie
against six losses during the I9-49
Opening their nine-game season a
week earlier than usual, the Britons
smothered the Defiance lOhiol col-
lege team, 30-7, on the turf at
Alumni field. The Albion eleven then
drew one of the toughest assignments
of the year when they entertained the
Wabash Cavernen from Crawfordsville,
Ind. A see-saw battle ended in a
The Britons took the longest road
trip of the season the first week in
October to Carroll college, Waukesha,
Wis., where they dropped the tilt
Opening MIAA grid warfare, the
Britons went to Adrian and clashed
with the Bulldogs, lcszng Z6-7, The
succeeding week, the Kalmazoo Horn-
ets came to Alumni field for the
Homecoming day game. They left
with a Zl-7 v,ctory.
The Purple and Cold gridsters ac-
counted for their second win by
whipping the Olivet Comets, l2-63
on the last Saturday in October the
Britons bowed to the Alma Scots, I4-
6. They closed their home season
lcs:ng to Hope college, Zl-6. In the
finale of the year, the Hillsdale Dales
won out Zl-7.
Although the Albion team went
victorless in MIAA competition, the
Briton's Ed Madieski was honored by
being selected as a guard on the All-
Star first team.
Cames Opponents Albion
Defiance college 7 30
Wabash college l9 l9
Carroll college l7 7
Adrian college 26 7
Kalamazoo college Zl 7
Olivet college 6 I2
Alma college l-4 6
Hope college Zl 6
Hillsdale college Zl 7
Msrve Shsbel, caprazn
Mr. Vvlalter Sprandel, backfield ccach
Mr Delmar Anderson, head coach
Mr, George Matthews, lane coach
Third row Betz, Little, Anderson, Joranko, Humphrey, Fowler
Second row Held, Eggleston, Boe, Perkins, Hurst, Pinkney, Maas
First row Mr Andersen, Sigren, Berry, Frost, Clark, Mohl, Allen, Porter, Mr Sprandel
The Britons wrote into the score books a
record of lO wins against
l9-49-'50 basketball season
I5 losses for the
ending the MIAA
conference race in a three-way tie for third
place and capturing the first
Vince Sigren, who was
tournaments most valuable
co-winner of the
player award, was
chosen the most valuable player for the season
by his teammates. Max Berry was elected
In their seasonal excursions, the Britons did
not fair too well. ln their swing to the east,
they downed Toronto university and lost to
Buffalo State Teachers College. During the
Christmas holidays and the Ohio road trip,
Albion was credited with four losses, however,
two of them by three points or less. The ln-
diana trip was none too successful for the
Britons lost to Wabash and Tri-State,
After dropping their first three MIAA games,
the Britons came back to chalk up their initial
league win over Hope, They followed it up
with wins over Adrian and Hillsdale, and
topped it off by handing the Kalamazoo Hornets
their first and only league loss. They closed
their court warfare by whipping Adrian for the
In the annual Rotary basketball carnival,
Albion won a surprising victory over the Wayne
university Tartars, 53-44,
Olivet college 5l 49
Wayne university 44 53
Alma college 4l 37
Buffalo State Teachers 6l 54
Toronto university 50 69
Hillsdale college 5l 4l
Wooster college 75 56
Western Reserve university Sl 66
Mount Union college 40 39
Wooster college 69 56
Ashland college 67 64
Alma college 47 68
Adrian college 56 58
Kalamazoo college 48 55
Kalamazoo college 65 53
Hope college 56 59
Adrian college 65 68
Wabash college 66 59
Tri-State college 75 63
Alma college 6l 29
Olivet college 57 54
Hillsdale college 43 50
Kalamazoo college 44 59
Hope college 59 48
Adrian college 59 63
Vince Sigren, capTaln
Mr, Delmar Anderson, assistant coach
Mr. WaITer Sprandel, head coach
Fourth row: Mr, Sprankle, Hagadone, Allen, Mr. Sprandel
Third row: Jacot, Pinkney, Polley, Carett, Amos, Haas, Hagan
Second rowt Vandivort, Ball, McGregor, Hidenfelter, Davis, Van Schoick, Trornbley
First row: Cappel, Sharp, Shenetelt, Maas, Held, Perkins, Brown, Briggs, Eggleston
The Briton trackmen under the
guidance of Coach Walter B. Sprandel
won their fourth consecutive post-war
track crown by downing Adrian in
the MIAA track meet at Kalamazoo
on May 20, I9-I9. The Britons lost
only one meet out of eight during
the outdoor season and that was to
Adrian, However, in the league meet,
Albion came back to score 76'2
points to 56-H3 for the second place
In the MIAA meet, the thinclads
took six firsts and showed strong bal-
ance in retaining their crown. Max
Polley was a double winner for the
Britons when he broke the tape in
the IOO and 220-yard dash. Jerry
Trombley won the quarter-mile and
Ted Hagadone won the mile run. In
the field events, John Haas took the
disc title. Albion's other first came
in the mile relay. Don Vandivort,
Bill Shenefelt, Bill Van Schoick and
Trombley were clocked in 3130.4 to
set a new MIAA mark for that event.
The team elected Trombley as the
most valuable Briton runner and also
chose Polley to captain the team dur-
ing the l95O season.
For the third consecutive year, Albion col-
lege's cross country team annexed the MIAA
cross country title, as Ted Hagadone success-
fully defended his individual runner's title for
the second straight year.
The Britons in the last three years have
dropped only one race each season, but in
MIAA league competition, the Albion runners'
records remain clean.
Albion opened its season at the University
of Illinois, Chicago branch, and won ZO-35.
Running at Bowling Green university the Britons
dropped their only race of the year 34-23.
Against MlAA toes, the Purple-and-Cold thin-
clads downed Adrian, 20-43, and Kalamazoo,
ln a tri-angular race, the Britons totaled 26
points to best Central Michigan college, who
had 37, and Toledo university with 70 points.
Coach Dale Sprankle's charges easily bypassed
Alrna l5-50 and ended their dual meets topp-
ling Hope l7-44.
The Britons concluded their season running
in the Central Collegiate Cross Country race
at Ypsilanti, Here Hagadone placed twenty-
tirst in a field of over a hundred runners and
the Albion team ninth against such powers as
Notre Dame, Purdue and Michigan State.
Second row: Richardson, Keehn, Crodavent, Cappei, Stewart Hagadone Vandivort Tuck Passarelli Serra Mr
First raw: Heydon, Dobie, Wahlberg, J. Holmes, L. Holmes Trombley Sharp Shenefeit Davis
Q ci 23:33
Thurd row. Sasha Wurm, Kurby, Splker, Ferguson, Monahan, Vveldeman
Second row: Martun, Weldle, Marvln, McKumball, Nelson, Wellnngton, Cerhart, Mr Anderson
Fnrst row. Jcranko, Wnlcox, Crostuc, Scofseld, Ballard, Berry, Hoover, Clendennrng
Coach Del Anderson's baseball team
hnlshed IH second place over the
shortened MIAA I9-48 league sea5On.
The Brltons' record of three wlns
agalnst two losses In league play
placed them behund only Hillsdale who
dld not lose an MIAA game, Adnan,
Alma and Hope flnushed In a three-
way tue for thlrd place wlth records
ot two wins and three losses. Kala-
mazoo was the cellar club and won
only one game In frve league starts.
The champlonshlp playfofts were
scheduled for May I9 at Kalamazoo
wlth the four top teams competlng.
l-Iope lost the drawlng to break the
three-way he and thus l-llllsdale was
to have played Adnan and Alblon was
to meet Alma, The wunners and losers
were scheduled to meet but ram can-
celled all tour games and lt was de-
clded by the league offnclals to count
the pre-play-off standmgs for the
The Alblon team thus finlshed :ls
season wuth a record of ll wms un
I4 starts. Fred McKimball and Clark
XfVurrn were the Brltons' leading
pitchers while Max Berry, Marv Cros-
tlc and Bill Scofleld lead the batsmen,
The golf and tennis teams of Albion college
each had successful seasons during l949. Under
Coach E. Maynard Aris the golfers finished
the year with a record of nine wins and two
losses. The tennis team led by Mr. Ralph M.
Powers ended the year with an eight wins
against four losses record.
The golfers lost only one MIAA match and
thus finished the season in a three-way tie
for first place with Alma and Hillsdale. ln
the league tournament which counts SO per-
cent of the championship, the Britons held a
three stroke edge after the first l8 holes.
Alma and Hillsdale followed the Britons in
that order. On the second round Albion slipped
to third place and lost the championship to
Alma by a seven-stroke margin.
The tennis team went into the tournament
in third place and slipped a position during
the field-day play. Alma, by winning two
important matches from the Britons on the
last day of the tournament, edged by the
Britons to finish in third position behind
Kalamazoo and Hope.
ln the golf tournament, freshman Chuck
Mohl was the medal winner for the Britons
with a 76-8l-lS7. Mohl was nominated
as the most valuable man on the Albion team
for his play throughout the season. Bill Casteel
won the same honor from the tennis team.
French, Hadden, Kasler, C-albreath, Wagner, Mr. Aris
Second row: Mr. Powers, Kehe, Fiske, White, Jones
First row: Gregory, Casteel, Frevert, Ungrodt
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JOHN L, SEATON, Ph.D.. DD., LLD. AUDREY KENYON WILDER, M.A. EMIL LEFFLER, A.M., LL.D,
'-'ff-Du '--H-D' Dean of Women Dean
PAUL R. TRAUTMAN, B.A. MARVIN F. PAHL, B.A, WAYNE H. FLEENOR, BD., D.D
Business Manager Registrar and Director of Admissions Director of Public Relations
Albion college athletes who have earned varsity letters compose the membership ol' the "A"
:lub The club strives to improve Albion's athlet.c standing and foster better relations with schools
as well as to keep sportsmanship among the students and athletes on a high plane. The officers
are James Carson, president, Thomas Bennett, v:ce-president, William Maas. secretary, and
Charles Marvin, treasurer. The advisor is Athletic Director Dale R. Sprankle, Among the activities
that the "A" club sponsors are the Big Three Week End, most valuable player awards and social
events for the club members,
Third rci.-.f Brautigam, Bennett, Pinkney, l-lioentelter, Basha, Nelson, Maas, Ritzman, Amos, Baker, Swanson
Second row Richardson, Vandivort, Keehn, Hagadone, Balciulis, Little, Jueckstock, Marvin, Held
First row Haas, Mr Sprankle, Sharp, Frey Blumenthal, Nlartir., Carson, Jameson
Nm in picture Bangs, Borelund, Capoel, Casteel, Christ, Davis, Eggleston, Frost, Hadden, Held, Holmes, Joranko
Kehe, Lee, R MacDonald, McKimhaII, Maideski, Mohl, Monahan, Shebel, Shurlovv, Shenetelt, Stanton, Stokoe,
Thompson, Vvilcox, Worm, Ytterberg
The Womens Athletic association of Albion college was formed to promote athletics, to
create a love ot sports and to foster the ideal of good sportsmanship, It is a member of the na-
tional Athletic Federation of College Women, which is based on the idea "Play for Play's Sake."
The association this year was led by Jane Koepel, president, Sally Mackenzie, vice-president, Mary
Weaver, secretary, and Mary Ellen Pasmore, treasurer Martha Graham and her company of mod-
ern dancers were brought to Albion this year under the sponsorship ot the association, and a high
school play day was held here tor six high schools
Seconi row Ertell Myer, Stegeman, Cell, Tharp, Roberts
First row llorlanfl, H Kocpel, Pasmore, J Koepel, Mackenzie Spalding, Nuckolls
Not in picture Cummings, Cartung, Henderson, Hendrick, Hill, Leenhouts
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SWH Freshmzrfs Float
The Marchmg Band
The Teke House
That . . . Type
A Hayride 'begnnningl
The Student Center
Minds after Matters
The Dean Hall Float
Queen of Homecoming
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ATO and Sugma Nu
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The Eat Shop
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'X eoedueational Christian college. one of the largest privately achninisterecl 4-olleges in
NIlI'llil12'3Il. .-Xlhion is highly a11'rediterl hy the nationis niost important sc-holastie
groups. Its eurrent enrollment is now over IQSH.
-X four-year liheral arts education is offered. yyith opportunity also for three-year pre-
professional eourses in flt'I1liSll'y. engineering. forestry. lahoratory' techniques. law.
nieflieine. and nursing unrler a 1-onllirinefl vourse arrangement yyith universities and
professional schools. Courses preparatory for the Christian ministry anrl other forms
of religious service are also featured. Fourteen national honor soeieties including
Phi Beta Kappa have ehapters at Albion.
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Fall Semester Begins September 10
Full ,trrrt-flitation lay'
'North Central Nwueiatinn of tfollege- Ellltl 5:-eonalury Selloolf
'Xnxeriean ,X--oriation of l niu-rfity' XXOIIIVII
The l niu-r-ity Senate of the Nlethotlift tihurrh
National nt--oeiation ot' Sehool- of Nlu-ie
llivhigan Natl' U1'l!21l'lllIl'lll of Puhlit' ln-truetion
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We Telegraph Flowers
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Congratulations to the
CLASS OF 1950
JC. Penney Co.
Paul J. Hawes
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Citizens lumber Company
Lumber and Builders'
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gowfwlfi ALL 2
Compliments of the
Stylish Clothing for Men
117 So. Superior St.
The ART CRAFT PRESS
MR AARONJ SHARP
MR, R, A, BURCETT
Supf, of Buddmgs and Cam
MRS, JOSEPH BALDWIN
Seaton Hall Hostess
MRS, CHARLES GARDNER
Secrerarv ro the Preswdemf
MRS ERMA W DICKERSON
MISS MARY OVBRYANT
MRS, ANNA H ROGERS
Secretary an Alumm Offuce
MR K J HOLLINSHEAD
MRS EARL C POST
FJIRS FREDA KERR
MRS JOHN CLEMENS
MRS L T ROBINSON
MRS T M, HARPER
MRS CLADYS SEARS
MRS ELIZABETH BLATTERMAN
MRS ALTA KEIHAUER
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MRS HARRIET BALDWIN
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MRS. V. J HUFTON
MRS CARNETT M PARKS
Royal Sandwich Shop
JUICY STEAKS and CHGPS
Noon-Day Plate Lunch
Our Three Prides
Sanitation - Courtesy - Service
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Bernie Sayles, Owner
Congratulations to the
Class of 1950
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Styled for Every 01-casimi
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BULLEN'S DRY GOODS
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210 S. Superior
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Furnishings :-: Clothing
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
The Albion College Alumni
Founded isaa OfHwQ ESL 1926 nun 1572
C0n.ser1'f1Io1' of the Pnsl. xliff lo Ille P1'v.w11I.
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Our nation needs minds like yours, trained in the art of
communicating ideas. Today's world-wide confusion and
misunderstanding are natural by-products ol shallow thinking,
thoughtless speaking and foggy writing.
To you the graduate, the faculty and the student body
of Albion College we say well done. Moy we add
our sincere hope that you will continue to
write clearly-speak up--speak out for the
principles that will keep America hee!
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Reserve Room Librarian
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Health Service and Seaton Hal
DR. CLIFFORD B. TAYLOR
MISS MARY E. BLATCHLEY
MRS. DANIEL LAWLER
Assistant to Registrar
MISS LOYIS CARTER
Assistant in Registrar's Office
M ISS DOROTHY DOTY
MRS. CHARLES RICKER
Secretary to the Deans
MRS. NORMA L. HARGER
Assistant in Registrars' Office
MRS. LYNN C. MALLORY
Secretary in Public Relations
MRS. ELLEN B. WEBSTER
Assistant to Director of Food Service
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Director of Food Service
MRS. ARTHUR SMITH
Food Director of Student Center
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Assistant Director of Food Service
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Instructor in Speech Head Football Coach and Instructor Associate Professor of Economics
in Physical Education and Business Administration
SUZANNE AXWORTHY, AM. KENNETH BALLOU, M,A, HENRY M. BATTENHOUSE, A.M.,
Instructor in Piano and Theory Instructor in Biology PITDA
Professor of English Literature
MARGARET P. BEDFORD, M.S. VERNON L. BOBBITT, A,M, JAMES W, BROCK. M,A.
Instructor in Biology Associate Professor of Art Assistant Professor of Speech
MRS. JAMES W. BROCK, M.A PAUL H. CARNELL, M.A., PhD. THOMAS M. CARTER, A.M., Ph.D.
Instructor in Piano Assistant Professor of Chemistry Professor of Education and Psychology
BEULAH G. CHAMP, A.M. JOHN L. CHEEK, A.M., D.B., Ph.D. A. M. CHICKERINC, M,S., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Speech and Associate Professor of Religion Professor of Biology
JEANNETTE CHURCH, A.B. MARGARET COOPER, M.A. PAUL COX, M.A.
Instructor in Spanish Instructor in Modern Languages Assistant Professor of Mathematics
MARY N. DACCER, M.A. CLARA L. DIXON. M.S. JOSEPHINE DUNN, A.M,
instructor in Modern Languages Instructor in Biology Assistant Professor of Physical
Education for Women
DOROTHY G. ENGLE, A.M., Ph.D. RUBY RICHIE ERWIN, M.A. KEITH J. FENNIMORE, A.M.
Professor of Chemistry Assistant Professor of Home Economics Instructor in English
NELLIE C. FIELD, MusB. CCNSTANCE E. FOWLER, M.F.A. J. V. GARLAND, A.M., Ph.D.
Instructor in Piano and Childrens Assistant Professor of Art Professor of Speech
DONALD M. GILBERT, A.M., Fh.D. WILLIAM J. GILBERT, MS., Ph.D. JUSTIN L. GLATHART, M,S., Ph.D
Professor of Modern Languages Associate Professor of Biology Professor of Physics
ROYAL C. HALL, A.M., PhD. VERA B. HALL, A.M., Ph,D, LOREN E. HANNA, Ed.B.
Henry M. Loud Professor of History Associate Professor of Modern Assistant Professor of Physics
WILLIAM C. HARTON, A.M. H. O. HENDRICKSON, A,M., Ph.D. EDMUND E. INCALLS, M.S., Ph,D.
Instructor in Education Professor of History and Political Professor of Mathematics
JOSEPH J. lRWlN, A.M., Ph.D. COY H, JAMES, A.M. MARY L. LANC, B.S.
Professor of English and Journalism Assistant Professor of History and instructor in Physical Education
Political Science for Women
HAROLD D. LARSEN, A.M., Ph.D. JOHN H. LAVELY, S.T.B, JULIA E. MCCUNE, A.M.
W. W. Brockway Professor of Associate Professor of Philosophy Assistant Professor of English
MARY E. MCKINNEY, A.M., Ph.D. W. MAURICE McLEAN, A.M. JACQUELINE MAAC, Mus.M.
Associate Professor of Classics Instructor in Psychology Instructor in Voice
ALBERT H. MUNK, M.A. BERNARD J. OLIVER, B.D., M.A., CONWAY PETERS, Mus.M., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry PPD- Professor of Violin and Conducting
Associate Professor of Sociology
HOWARD E. PETTERSEN, A.M. J. W. POLK, M.A. DAVID L. RANDALL, A.M., Ph,D
Assistant Professor of Physics Assistant Professor of Economics Professor of Chemistry
PAULINE RODCERS, M.A. LOTTA M. ROGERS, M.S. CLEMENT E, ROOD, Ph.M.
Associate Professor of Home Assistant Professor of Biology Professor Emeritus of Physics and
LOUIS U. ROWLAND, Mus.B., Mus.D. MARILYN W. SCOTT, A.M, ELEANOR M. SENN, M.A.
Director of Music Instructor in Psychology Instructor in Modern Languages
ELSIE B SILKWORTH, A.M E. R. SLEICHT, A.M., SCD. WALTER B. SPRANDEL, A.M.
Instructor in English Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Associate Professor of Physical
DALE R. SPRANKLE, AM. DAVID L. STRICKLER, AM, ANTHONY TAFFS, IVI.A.
Director of Athletics and Physical Assistant Professor of Voice Instructor in English
WALTER A. TERPENNING, Ph.D. DONALD D, TEWES, M,A. W, LEWIS TROYER, B.D., Ph.D
Professor of Economics Instructor in Psychology Professor ot Sociology
F. DUDLEIGH VERNOR, Mus.D. GEORGE WALKOTTEN, ANI, GRETCHEN WRIGHT, Iv1.A.
Instructor in Organ Instructor in Education Instructor in Speech
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ISOLDE HENNINC-ER, M.A. MARION P. TERPENNING, A.Iv1.
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Sigma Chi, secretary, treasurerg
Kappa Mu Epsilon: Economics
-1 CLAUD BEHN
P Sigma Chi
Alpha Tau Omegag A clubg Golf
North Libery, lndiana
Choir, Wesley Fellowship
Albion College Players: Soci-
JOH N BIRD
Goodrich club: Physics club:
Albion College Players: Con-
tributors' club: French club
Sigma Chi: Delta Sigma Rho,
secretary: World Federalists.
president: Chi Epsilon, vice-
president: Debate: Forum club
Campus Religious council: Wes-
ley Fellowship, vice-president,
Oratory: Choral society: Omi-
cron Delta Kappa
Zeta Tau Alpha: Choir: Ma-
drigal singers: French club
YWCA, student counselor
Alpha Tau Omega: YMCA
Delta Sigma Phi: YMCA: Track
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Band:
Campus Religious council: presi-
dent: Chi Epsilon. secretary,
president: Wesley Fellowship,
Delta C-amma: Sociology club:
Zeta Tau Alpha: Theta Alpha
Phi: Albion College Players, sec-
retary: French club: Speakers'
Delta Zeta, Kappa Pi, treasurer:
Tau Kappa EpsIlOn: A Club?
Economics club: Forum Clubl
YMCA, Cross country, Track
Sigma Chi: Bandg Canterbury
club, president, Campus Re-
ligious council, treasurerg Or-
Independent l'Vlen's union
Delta Tau Delta, president: ln-
terfraternity council, secre'ary,
treasurer: German club: vice-
presidentg Band: Choir
Sigma Chi, Albion College
Sigma Nu, treasurer, Albjonian,
business managerg Economics
Winona Lake, Indiana
Kappa Pig Albion College Play-
ers, Choral society
Kappa Delta, AWS board: Stu-
dent councilg Who's Whog WAA
board, Albioniang Campus Re-
ligious councilg YWCA, presi-
dent, vice-president: Choral so-
Bayonne, New Jersey
Sigma Chig French clubg World
Alpha Tau Omega
Independent Men's union
Delta Zeta, recording secretaryg
Sigma Alpha lotag WAAA
YWCA, Zeta Epsilon Lambda
Choral society, Drum majoretteg
Kappa Deltag Albion College
Players, WAAQ YWCA
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Band:
Kappa Delta, vice-president, Al-
pha Phi Clammag Mortar Boardg
freshman class secretary, Al-
bioniang Albion College Players,
Campus directory, editorg Con-
tributors' club, Pleiad, WAAQ
YWCA: Phi Beta Kappa
Sigma Chig Interfraternity coun-
Shaker Heights, Ohio
Tau Kappa Epsilong Phi Eta
Sigma, charter memberg Biology
club: Chemistry clubg German
club: Physics club, Campus Re-
ligious council, YMCAQ Track
Tau Kappa Epsilon: Economics
club: Wesley Fellowshipg Ten-
nis: Phi Beta Kappa
Tau Kappa Epsilong Omicron
Delta Kappa: Choir: Chi Epsi-
long Wesley Fellowship cablneti
A club: Tennis: Choral societyg
World Federalistsg Phi Beta
MARY LOU GARTUNG
Zeta Tau Alphag Parihellenic
council, treasurerg Pleiadg Al-
bion College Plaversg Home
Economics clubg WAA boardg
Independent Men's uniong A
Sigma Nug Kappa Mu Epsilong
Omicron Delta Kappag Chemistry
club, presidentg Physics club: A
Delta Gamma: Orchestra: So-
ciology clubg WAAQ YWCA
MAUR ICE GALBREATH
Tau Kappa Epsilong A clubg
Kappa Mu Epsilon, presidentg
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoniag Band:
Delta Tau Deltag Sociology club
Tau Kappa Epsilon: Chemistry
club, secretary-treasurer, Inter-
fraternity council, secretary,
German club, A club, Baseball
DOUGLAS HAC KETT
DAN I EL HARR I NGTON
Delta Tau Delta, Phi Eta Sigma,
Kappa Mu Epsilon: Chemistry
club, Albion College Players,
Physics club, president, Choir,
Madrigal singers, Omicron Del-
ta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa
Independent Women's league,
president, Choral society, Phi
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Theta Alpha
Phi, president, Albion College
Players, Chemistry club, German
club: Physics club: Band, Or-
chestra, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Phi Beta Kappa
Delta Tau Delta, A club, Tennis
Chi Epsilon, vice-president,
Campus Religious council, Clas-
sics club, Phi Beta Kappa
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Delta Gamma, recording secre-
tary, Kappa Pi, Home Economics
club, Choir, YWCA
Forum club, A club, treasurer,
Basketball, Football, Track
Sigma Chi, Sociology club, Band
H UGH HECK
Alpha Tau Omega: Chemistry
club, Physics club
Who's Who, AINS board, Stu-
dent council, Weslev Fellowship,
cabinet, WAA, board, YWCA,
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Zeta Tau Alpha, Home Eco-
nomics club. president, Choir,
vice-president, Choral society,
Wesley Fellowship, YWCA
Tau Kappa Epsilon, treasurer,
Economics club, YMCA
Delta Zeta, president, Alpha
Lambda Delta, historian, Beta
Beta Beta, Panhellenic council,
Spanish club, WAA, YWCA,
Phi Beta Kappa
Tau Kappa Epsilon: Chemistry
club, Physics club: YMCA, A
club: Cross country
Phi Beta Kappa
Kansas City, Missouri
Delta Gamma, Contributors'
club, Debate, WAA, board,
Albion College Players
Delta Tau Delta, Beta Beta Beta,
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Who's Who,
Senior class president, Student
council, president, Sigma Delta
Psi, treasurer, A club, treasurer,
Cross country, Track
Independent Men's union,
Alpha Xi Delta, vice-president,
Mortar Board, editor, AWS
board, Sociology club, secretary-
treasurer, president, WAA,
Delta Sigma Phi, president:
Campus Religious council, treas-
urer: Chi Epsilon, secretary:
YMCA, vice-president: Albion
Hamburg, New York
Delta Sigma Phi: Kappa Mu
Epsilon: A club: Football: Ten-
Band: Sociology club: WAA
JANE KOE PEL
Zeta Tau Alpha: YWCA: WAA,
Goodrich club: Economics club:
Delta Tau Delta: Forum club,
vice-president: Economics club
Sigma Alpha Iota. treasurer:
Choir: Zeta Epsilon Lambda
cabinet: Campus Religious coun-
cil: Wesley Fellowship: YWCA
cabinet, student counselor
Tau Kappa Epsilon: Economics
Zeta Tau Alpha, president:
Home Economics club: YWCA:
Alpha Xi Delta: YWCA: Zeta
Epsilon Lambda: WAA
Tau Kappa Epsilon: Phvsics club.
Contributors' club. president:
World Federalists, YMCA, Phi
Delta Gamma, vice-president:
Home Economics club. secretary,
Panhellenic council: WAA
Alpha Chi Omega, vice-presi-
dent, French club, Pleiadz
Zeta Tau Alpha, treasurer, sec'
retary, Mortar Board, president,
Who's Who, Albion College
Players, AWS, treasurer, Or-
chestra, Spanish club: Student
council, secretary, YWCA, vice-
president, WAA, Extemporane-
ous speaking, Presbyterian stu-
Sigma Chi, president, Omicron
Delta Kappa, lnterfraternity
council, vice-president, Con-
tributors' club, president, Choir,
Sigma Chi, president, vice-presi-
dent, lnterfraternity Council,
vice-president, Omicron Delta
Kappa, treasurer, Freshman
class vice-president, Senior class
treasurer, A club, MIAA stu-
dent representative: Basketball
Delta Tau Delta, corresponding
secretary, Delta Sigma Rho, Phi
Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha Sin-
fonia, vice-president, Who's
Who: Contributors' club, Forum
club, president, Debate, Ora-
tory, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi
Delta Tau Delta
Independent Wornen's league,
Albion College Players, Kappa
Sigma Nu, Who's Who, Junior
class vice-president: Beta Beta
Beta, lnterfraternity council,
YMCA, president, Classics club,
Chemistry club: German club,
A club, secretary, Cross country,
captain, most valuable award,
l947, Football, Track
Tau Kappa Epsilon. secretary,
Kappa Mu Epsilon, YMCA
Delta Sigma Phi, president, vice-
presidentg Physics club
Bay Village, Ohio
Sigma Nu, president, lntertra-
ternity council, treasurerg French
club, vice-president: YMCA
Alpha Xi Delta, presidentg
Who's Who, AWS. vice-presi-
dentg Zeta Epsilon Lambda,
vice-president, WAA, vice-
Delta Tau Delta: YMCAQ Foot-
Zeta Tau Alpha, Senior class
secretaryg Albion College Play-
ersg Forum club: Publications
council, secretary, WAA, Zeta
Epsilon Lambclag YWCAg Phi
Delta Sigma Phi
Mortar Boardg AWS board:
Campus Religious councilg Dean
Hall, presidentg Sociology club:
Wesley Fellowship, cabinet,
Zeta Epsilon Lambda, president
Alpha Chi Omega, president:
Panhellenic councilg WAAg YW
CA, student counselor
Sigma Nu: YMCA, Track
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Delta Tau Delta: A clubl Track
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Economics
A club, secretaryg Economics
club, presidentg Baseball, Omi-
cron Delta Kappa
Alpha Xi Delta, treasurer, WAA
Band: Orchestrag Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia, presidentg Wesley Fel-
Delta Gamma, corresponding
secretary, Sociology clubg WAAg
DU RYEA MORTON
Delta Tau Delta, vice-president,
Omicron Delta Kappa: Theta
Alpha Phi: Albion College Play-
ers, president, treasurer
Bandg Orchestrag Classical clubg
Dean hall, secreta ry-treasu rerg
WAA board, Wesley Fellow-
ship, Zeta Epsilon Lambda
Sigma Chi, Economics club
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Delta Sigma Phi, secretary, Al-
bion College Players, vice-presi-
Alpha Chi Omegag Forum club,
MARIAN DURMAN PARKS
Alpha Xi Delta: Spanish club:
CAROL JANE PAXTON
Delta Gamma, treasurer: Alpha
Lambda Delta, president: A'-NS,
secretary: Mortar Board, treas-
urer: Sigma Alpha lata, presi-
dent, treasurer: Who's Who:
Albion College Players: Choir:
YWCA: WAA: Phi Beta Kappa
MARY ELLEN PASMORE
Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-president:
Mortar Board, secretary: Albion
College Players: Forum club:
Kappa Pi: Spanish club: YWCA
cabinet: WAA, treasurerg Phi
Alpha Xi Delta: AWS, presi-
dent: Albion College Players:
Panhellenic Council, president:
Publications council: Oratoryg
YWCA 1 WAA boa rd
Albion College Players: Con-
Tau Kappa Epsilon: Campus Re-
ligious council: Chi Epsilon,
treasurer, vice-president: Classi-
cal club, secretary, treasurer,
vice-president: A club: Track:
Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Beta
DARL POC H ERT
Sigma Chi: Boxing: Football:
Kappa Deltag Spanish club:
YWCA, student counselOfZ
XVAA1 Campus Directory, editor
Chi Epsilong Sociology duo
Delta Tau Deltag Omicron Delta
Kappag Alpha Phi Ciarnrnap
Pleiad, editor-in-chief, manag-
ing editorg Contributors' club:
Choral societyg Phi Beta Kappa
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, sec-
retary, Albion College Playersg
Bandg Orchestrag YMCA
Delta Tau Delta
Chl Epsilon, secrelaryg Campus
Religious council, presider-tg
Choir: Choral societyg Classics
clubg Wesley Fellowship, vice-
presidentg YMCAg Omicron
Zeta Tau Alpha: YWCA
Sigma Chi: Chemistry club:
Kappa Mu Epsilon: Physics club.
president, secretary - treasurerg
Omicron Delta Kappag Phi Beta
Zeta Tau Alpha: Senior class
vice-presidentg Alpha Lambda
Delta, treasurerp Home Econom-
ics club: Michigan Home Eco-
nomics Association of College
Clubs, presidentg Kappa Pig
Delta Tau Delta, secretary, Con-
tributors' clubg Pleiadg Sopho-
more class treasurer: WANR
Sigma Nu: A club, pres.deiitg
Football, captain, French club:
Delta Zeta, WAAQ YNNCA
Delta Tau Delta: Economics
Goodrich clubg Kappa Pig Physics
club: Choral society: YMCA
West Somerville, Massachusetts
Goodrich club, president, sec-
retary-treasurerg German club
vice-president: Canterbury club
LA GUSSIE SIMMONS
Zeta Epsilon Lambda, YWCA
Alpha Tau Omega, president
Omicron Delta Kappa, president
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia resi
. . D - -
dent: lnterfraternity council,
presidentg Choir, treasurerg Ma-
A clubg Baseballg Basketball,
most valuable player award,
Tau Kappa Epsilong Physics
Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Mu Al-
pha Sinfoniag Canterbury club,
president, Campus Religious
council, treasurer, Choir: Ma-
drigal singersg Choral society,
Sociology club: YMCA
A club: Football
Sigma Nug Forum club
Kappa Delta, presidentg Mortar
Boardg Who's Whog Forum club,
councilg Spanish clubz WAA
boardgYWCA, student counselor
PHYLLIS CH ISHOLM SMITH
Sigma Alpha Iota, secretarvg
Dean Hall, president: Choirg
Crosse Pointe Farms
Alpha Xi Delta, recording sec-
retaryp Debate: Forensicsg Ora-
toryg Spanish club: Albion Col-
lege Playe-rs3WAA board, World
Federalistsg YWCA cabinet, stu-
Tau Kappa Epsilong YMCA
Clen Ellyn, Illinois
Sigma Chip Phi Mu Alpha Sin-
toniag lnterfraternity councilg
Choirg Madrigal singersg Cer-
Alpha Tau Omegag Baseball
Independent Men's uniong Soci-
ology club1SDanish clubgYMCA.
secretaryg Wesley Fellowship
WANETA STEVENS STOBAUCH
Home Economics club. treasurerg
State Home Economics club,
vice-president: Spanish club
EDWARD ST. THOMAS
Independent Men's union
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Alpha Chi Omega, correspond-
ing secretaryg Chemistry clubg
Contributors' club. vice-presi -
dentg Albion College Players,
Sociology club, secretaryg WAA
board, YWCA, secretary, stu-
ROBERT L, THOMPSON
Alpha Tau Omegag A club, So-
ciology clubg Trackg YMCA
Sigma NugOmicron Delta Kappa,
lnterfraternity council, Choir,
Spanish club, president: French
club, secretary, Portuguese clubg
Phi Eta Sigmag Biology club:
Chemistry clubg German club:
Phi Beta Kappa
Delta Tau Delta: YMCA
WAAQ YWCA, student coun-
Independent Men's union
Alpha Xi Delta, treasurer, cor-
responding secretaryg Kappa Pi
recording secretary: Zeta Epsi-
lon Lambda: WAA: YWCA
Chi Epsilong YMCA, president,
treasurer, Campus Religious
council: Choral society
Delta Tau Delta, Footballg Choir,
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Coodrich club, XiVho's Who:
Kappa Pi, vice-presidentg Chi
Epsilon, Band, Orchestra: Con-
tributors' Club, Vxforld Federal-
ISTSQ Student Council, Wesley
Delta Camma, presidentg Mortar
Board, vice-presidentg Who'g
Whog Alpha Lambda Delta,
vice-presidentg Alpha Phi Cam-
mag Pleiad. editor -in - chief,
managing edltorg Panhellenic
council, Contributors' clubg AI-
bioniang WAAQ YWCA, Wom-
en's Handbook, editor
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Alpha Tau Omega
Kappa Delta, secretary, Kappa
Pig YWCA, WAA
Biology club: Chemistry club
Delta Sigma Phi, treasurer
Zeta Tau Alpha, corresponding
secretary: Home Economics
club, WAA, secretaryg YWCA
Omicron Delta Kappa: Junior
class president, A club, vice-
presldentg Baseballg Pleiadg
Sigma Chi, secretarv: Alpha Phi
Cammag Delta Sigma Rho, presi-
dent, Who's Whog Theta Alpha
Phig Albion College Playersg
Economics club. treasurer: De-
bateg Extemporaneous speak-
lngg Pleiad, busuness manager:
Cmicron Delta Kappa
RICHARD A. BURROWS
MARY ELLEN DECKERT
DON DE VOE
MARY ANDREA FIELD
' JAMES HADDEN
MARY ANNE HORN
- M, MARILYN SMITH
WILLIAM VAN ARSDALEN
VERA VAN BUREN
DIANE VAN LEEUWEN
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Edward Brigham, Barbara Brown, Richard Burns, Gerald
Donald Carter, Jean Chanay, Clarence Christensen, Jack
Bruce Cornell, Max Cornell, Elizabeth Corr, William
Margaret Cretcher, Margaret Crissey, Myrlen Crosby.
Norma Cunningham, Dan Curtiss, Lois Dalenburg, William
Kenneth Davis, Norman Decker, Joyce Delaney, Eugene
Malcolm DeYoung, Rodney Dcpp, Joseph Dougherty,
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Barbara Fox, Patricia Frasher, Lawrence French, Robert
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Audrey Grieves, Kenneth Grodavent, Harold Gronseth,
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4' David Howe, Barbara Howlett. Joan Hunsicker, Alex lrwin
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William Kloster, Lois Knopf, Mary Kuehne, Richard Kuhn
Bernard Kusbel, Kenneth Lane, Cordon Lawrence, Burton
Hildegard Leopold, Donald Lincoln, Don Little, Ruth Lord
Charles Luxmore, Patricia McCann, Robert McDonald,
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Mary Niehoff, Mary Northrop, Eleanor Norton, Beverly
Martin O'Dell, Mary Oliver, David Owen, Camilla Parlin
Mary Haycock Passineau, Mary Lois Perkins, Robert
Perkins, Bonnie Perry
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Willa Ray, Marian Readhead, Phyllis Reitzel, Jack Renick
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Dwight Briggs. Mary Brown, Ralph Brown, Jane Browning, JOyce
Lorna Bugbee, John Bull, Conrad Berkman, Alline Burns,
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Sarah Chapman, June Charlier, Marilyn Chisholm. June
Chrisman, Brian Coates
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Cook, Arthur Cooke
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Alice Cripe, John Crossley, Carolyn Custer, Muriel Dalgleish,
Marilyn Davidson, Jay Dean, Joseph deNicola, Robert DeVinney,
James Dobie, Vinod Doshi, John Douglas, Billy Duncan,
.lcyce Dusendorf, Margaret Dykstra, David Eash, Jeanet El-iinger,
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Paul Fey, Harold Filbrandt, Patricia Finney, Glen Ford, John
William Foster, David Fowler, Robert Fowler, William Fritz.
Phillip Fry, Mary Funk, Sharon Gates, Ann Cehman, Richard
Richard Gilbert, Clark C-leason, Joan Gloor, Janice Ciockel,
Malcolm Ciocdwin, Robert Cray, James Greig, Valda Cretten-
berger, Mary Hadder
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bach, Robert Hemstreet
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Ward Taylor, George Teachman, Charles Thomas, John
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Jean Tomion, Ruth Tower, Harley Transue, Carolyn Tredvvell,
Jack Turnbull, Mark Turpen, Virginia Valentine, .lacquelyn
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Shirley Vinson, James Wagner, Paul Wagner, Arno Wall-
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Marjorie Watson, Prosser Watts, James Wells, Edith Werback,
Betty Wheeler, Dorolose Wheeler, William Whitecraft, Joyce
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Barbara Williams, Don Williams, Margaret Willoughby, Diana
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Rudesille, Phyllis Perkins
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Van Camp, Mary
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PA HELLENIC COUNCIL
The Panhellenic council is composed of the presidents and an elected representative from
each of the six national Panhellenic sororities on campus: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Xi Delta,
Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta, Kappa Delta, and Zeta Tau Alpha. Officers are Patricia Perry, presi-
dent, Anne Schwartz, secretary, and Mary Lou Cartung, treasurer. Presidency of the council ro-
tates each year, The council awards two S75 scholarships each year, sponsors the Panhellenic
ball in the spring and regulates rushing procedure on the campus. This year deferred rushing was
initiated with each rushee required to have a I.4 scholarship average,
Second row: Montgomery. Reed, Lindberg, Jackson, Stagefnan, Lange, Hassberger, Mackenzie
Iirst row: Schwartz, Perry, Miss Wilder, Cartung, Wa'son
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The lnterfraternity council is composed of two representatives from each of the six Greek
letter fraternities on campus. The group acts to promote fraternal harmony in problems that per-
tain to the fraternity system as a whole. The officers are William Stokoe, presidentg John Luding-
ton, vice-president: Alvin Ballard, secretary, and William Blythe, treasurer.'The Council directs
rushing activities for the six fraternities and had charge of the preparations for the annual Inter-
fraternity ball which was held Dec. IO with the theme, "An Evening in Paris." Ray Anthony and
his orchestra supplied the music for the second year. The Council also has charge of the voting for
the Greek Goddess.
Second row: Shely, Blythe, Lee, Titus
First row: Ballard, Carr, Mainwaring, Baumgartner, Stokoe, Jones
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Second row: Wellman, Dalenburg, R. Roberts, Caley, Wiek. Sarkin, Noyes, Bates, Scupholm, Marion, McRae
First row: Transue, Lamson, Long, Janice Montgomery, Tharp, Bengel, Pangburn
Not in picture: Cortis, Dalgleish, Hedstrom, Manigold, Ransom, Rice, Watson, Wickham
Beta chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was organized on the Albion college campus on May 27, l887. Of-
ficers are Janice Montgomery, presidentg Jeanne Long, vice-president: Marjorie Manigold, secretary, Jean
Tharp, corresponding secretary, and Dorothy Lamson, treasurer. Scholastic qualification for membership in
Alpha Chi Omega sorority is a l.6 average.
Activities for the year included a father-daughter weiner roast preceded by attendance at a football
game, a mother-daughter banquet, participation in the blood donor drive of Sheldon Memorial hospital in
Albion, and a Christmas party with alumnae of the chapter. Other activities included the celebration of l-lera
day on March l with dinner at the lodge, a party for children, packing of groceries for needy families, a
series of Saturday luncheons prepared by sorority mothers and daughters, a dinner dance with Delta Gamma in
February, annual Christmas caroling, and the presentation, at the annual Sigma Alpha Iota Song Fest, of the
Jennie Worthington cup which is awarded to the senior woman outstanding in the field of music.
ALPHA Xl DELT
Third row Cook, Malner, Brown, Crosby, Hill, Cunningham, Westentelder, D, Peterson, Mainville, M. Peterson, Briggs, Graham,
Lmdblom, N Beard, Spanner, Sale, Anderson
Second row Roe, Rankin, Manning, Porter, Wisely, Hudson, Reitzel, Lott, Smith, Blair, Baker, W, Beard, Finney, Russell,
First row Coster, Norland, Spalding, Perry, Mackenzie. Jones, Verflcw, Larson, Hart
Members not in picture Altord, Driscoll, Harger, Rademacher
Led by Sally Mackenzie, president, Alpha Xi Delta participated in the following activities during the I949-
'SO school year: Parents' week end, Homecoming banquet, Halloween hayride and partyg the chapter convo-
cation at the University of Michigang Christmas carolingg Christmas party with the alumnaeg winter formal at
Battle Creek, senior banquet, spaghetti dinner given by the seniors, spring ball in Jacksong Mothers' week endg
annual banquet for the basketball team, and Friday afternoon cozles.
Other officers for the year included Betty Jones, vice-president, Elizabeth Verdow, corresponding secre-
taryg Florence Spalding, recording secretary, and .lean Norland, treasurer.
Alpha Xi Delta was founded nationally April I7, l893, and Phi chapter was installed locally Nov, 5,
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Third row: J. Smith, Grant-Watters, Engman, Heinrichs, Cockel, Hood, Buter, Lindberg, Getty, Wear, Parlin, Charlier, E. Smith
Second row: Carmien, Rayle, Worth, Werle, Rosbolt, Dean, Leopold, Gauss, Campbell, Passineau, Dibbern, Arbaugh, J. Hawver,
Funk, Hainsey, Duday
First row: Bailey, Peterman, Hill, Paxton, S. Watson, Bedford, Page, H. Hawver, French, Anderson
Not in picture: Beatty, Burns, Neffner, E. Watson
Delta Gamma was founded Jan, 2, IS74, at Lewis school, Oxford, Miss., and Albion's Zeta chapter came
here Jan. l7, l883. Shirley Watson is president and other officers are Joan Bedford, vice-president, Helen
Hawver, recording secretary, Patricia Page, corresponding secretary, and Carol Jane Paxton, treasurer. Activi-
ties of the chapter included: Homecoming banquet, annual football banquet at Parker inn, Christmas party
and fashion show with the alumnaeg Delta-Camma-Alpha Chi Omega annual formal dinner-dance, spring
formalg State day meeting of all chapters in Lansing, and senior picnic and skits in May. Delta Gamma mem-
bership qualifications require that a candidate attain a scholastic average of l.7.
Third row Nebel, Fillmore, Corr, Cripe, Dobro, Buchbinder, Hunsicker, Cretchcr, Dusendorf, Sias, Erickson, Hough, Sanford.
Second row Oliver, Webb, Douglas, Crago, Boyd, Tredwell, Leland, Marsh, Odgers, Crlssey, Eppler, Tower, Vinson, Elwood
First row Callahan, Krohns, Stoner, Donaldson, Jackson, Schlorff, Coulter, Leenhouts, Hassberger, Ertell
Not in prcture McLain, Neidlingcr, Stormer, Trudgeon, Young
Delta Zeta was founded Oct. 24, l902, at Miami university, Oxford, Ohio, and came to AIbion's campus
May ll, l94O, Officers this year were: Dorothy Jackson, president: Barbara Coulter, vice-president, Muriel
Donaldson, recording secretary: Doris Leenhcuts, corresponding secretary, and Muriel Schlorff, treasurer.
Many activities were sponsored by the group, among them: Homecoming dinner, winter formalg Christmas
party by the Mothers' club in Detroit, Christmas party for poor children, date nights at the lodge: monthly
pledge-active Saturday luncheon and bridge parties at the lodgeg parents' week end picnicg Sigma Alpha Iota
song fest cup, March 24, l95O, and the spring "Rose Ball" formal.
Membership qualifications of this organization are that "members shall be chosen for moral, social and
intellectual worth, congenial disposition, lady-like demeanor and a high sense of honor. The scholarship re-
quirement shall be such as is required by the local college Panhellenic council."
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Third row: Kilian, Dearing, Deckert, Magel, Young, Field, Runkel, Geil, Holcomb, Smith, Trout, Kidder
Second rowi Quick, Harger, Engel, Marcy, Murdock, Hoffs, Hoyt, Phillips, Cretcher, Holmes, Nuckolls, Tomion
First row: Day, Hearst, Schwartz, Donahue, Stegeman, Yoder, Evans, Cummings, Hayward, Perkins
Not in picture: Akerley, Chrisman, Maynard, Miller, Werbeck
Dorothy Evans was elected as president of Kappa Delta sorority this Year. Other officers are Barbara Geil,
vice-presidentg Mary Ellen Deckert, recording secretary, and Beverly Nuckolls, treasurer.
Kappa Delta was awarded the Homecoming sorority float cup, Oct. l5, and the WAA activity cup, Nov. 4,
Other activities were: Homecoming banquet: annual philanthropy drive, Nov. 73 annual Spaghetti dinner,
Dec, l2g winter formal, Jan. 73 annual open-house before Panhellenic ball, March 255 spring dinner-dance.
May 203 Parents' day, May l4, and senior picnic, May 8.
Kappa Delta was founded nationally Oct. 23, I897. and came to this campus March 24, l923. Member-
ship qualifications are: a candidate must take the first degree upon meeting faculty, Panhellenic, college chap-
ter and Kappa Delta constitutional requirementsg a pledge must take the second degree after meeting college
Panhellenic and chapter requirements for initiation, and the neophyte may take the third degree after receiving
the first and second degrees and passing the pledge examination.
Th rd rcw Blanchard, Meaderria, Barnes, K Nebergal, Hildebrandt, Olcoft, Valentine, Niehoff, Cansfield, Gehman, Balkema.
Fritz, Larson, Synan, Cilbert
Second row Kendeigh, H, Koepel, Henderson, Johnston, Jend, '-loffman, Philip, Calhoun, Bickel Norton, Ladd, Titus, Silkworth,
First row Hengst, J Koepel, Weaver, M Nebergal, Pasmore, Lange, McCormick, Cartung, Roe, Rahn
Not in picture Beck, Hanna, Mahan, McKenzie, Tromblev
Activities of the year for the Albuon chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha included the founders' day service in
October, the Homecoming banquet for the alumnae of the chapter, the Hallowe'en costume party, a mother-
daughter Christmas party, traditional caroling of the patronesses at Christmas time, a pledge party at the
lodge in January, and the annual spring formal in Battle Creek in May. The winning of the all-soroity and all-
campus scholarship cup, parents' day, and the breakfast honoring seniors completed their season's activities.
Beta Tau chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha, which demands a I5 scholarship average for membership, came to
the Albion college campus in l929. Lois Lange is president of the chapterg Mary Ellen Pasmore, vice-presidentg
Marylyn McCormick, secretary, Mary Weaver, corresponding secretary, and Maxine Nebergal, treasurer.
LPHA TAU OMEGA
Third row: Wilson, Appl, Haclden, Sash, Hanlon, Heck, Hotchkiss, D. F. Smith, Brines, Wickham, Houck, Young, Watson,
Ytterberg, Ritzman, Wilcox
Second row: Thompson, R. G. Shimmel, D. D. Smith, DeWitt, Vandivort, Walters, Berglund, Johns, Newell, Boone, Murphy,
Norton, Adams, R. A, Shimmel
First row: VanArsdaIen, Carson, Meisel, Dr. Gilbert, Mrs. Stevens, Stokoe, Bailey, Oliver, Marshall, Kenny
Third row: Maas, Hovey, Luxmoore, Hookey, Weymouth, Todd, Wells, Boe. Green, Weidle
Second rowi Douglas, Thoms, Dance, Wood, Richardson, Cornell, Tuck, Keehn, McClelland, Poleski
First row: Bitney, McKimball, Gerguson, Yonker, Holbrook, Sallivan, Stevens, Ungrodt
The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity returned to the campus this fall the possessors of the all-sports, minor-
sports and the major-sports trophies won during the l948-'49 school year. ln defense of these awards the
members added the intramural championships in football, cross country, tennis, horse shoes and basketball
The high point of the Alpha Tau Omega social season was Feb. l8 when the fraternity collaborated
with Sigma Nu fraternity for the annual Blackfoot-Whitefoot ball. The spring dinner-dance was given in
April. Other special days on the social calendar were the Alumni Homecoming banquet, Founder's Day on
March ll, a Christmas party for underprivileged children and Parents' day.
The officers are William Stokoe, president, Gerald Bailey, vice-president, Robert Meisel, treasurer, and
James Oliver, secretary. The chapter advisor is Dr. W. J. Gilbert.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Third row, Hogg, Ward, Baker, D, R Eash, Palmer, Goodman, Miller, Billman, Base, Kehe, Spanner, Lincoln, Bauer, Davenport
Second row Bartosek, Burns, Baldwin, Cole, Van Schoick, Lindke, Klemm, Blythe, Jameson, Jacobus, Beckman
First row: Moore, Passineau, Corneil, Albertzart, Mrs Black, Jones, Ormiston, Hall, Horn
Third row Hammond, Bartrop, Plessner, Barr, Howe, Saxton, D. Johnson
Second row Berndt, Shafer, Purton, MacDonald, Eichstedt, Hoffman, Turner
First row. McGill, Vick, D, T, Eash, McGinnis, J, Johnson, Baughman, Panella
Not in p.ctpre' Adrianson, Burkeb, Foster, Cergle, Hammond, McNally, Michael, Sergent, Waltmire
Delta Sigma Phi's purpose is to give the intimate, beneficent fellowship with good men which is necessary
to full development, and to supplement cultural and professional education with training in those qualifications
for citizenship and leadership which are not definitely or directly a part of the college function, To help
achieve this, Delta Sigma Phi's members must have a good character, acceptable scholarship and have served
a satisfactory pledgeship.
The officers for the year were Joseph Blythe, president, Ronald Hogg, vice-president, Robert Palmer,
secretary, and Richard Burket, treasurer.
During Homecoming week, the Delt Sigs held the annual Alumni Homecoming banquet, The same month
the house was decorated for a Cay Nineties party. At Christmas time, the fraternity gave a party for needy
children of the community. But the highlight of the Delt Sig social season was the annual Sailor's ball which
was held in March, The group also gave a spring formal besides the holding of the annual waffle breakfast.
DELTA TAU DELT
Third row' T. Johnson, Somers, Lyster, Hunter, Runciman, Siegel, Valrance, Gruschow, Harrington, Lichtwardf. C. Johnson, Morrison
Second row: Shely. Ball, Larson, Ford, Basset, Engstrom, Simon, Hock, Gross, Farley, Dunne, Malejan
First row: Wagner, Mohl, French, Clark, Mrs. Temple, Carr, Scharff, Richards, Lewis
Third row: Friese, Holmes, C. Gleason, Coll, R. Johnson, Harness, Wiles, Porter, Rente, Peterson, Heym, Lee, Yaney, Barsch,
Second row: Hubbard, Rupp, Bull, Cox, Wyse, Torley, Parker, Kelly, Thompson, Husband, Ludington, Monahan, Turpen
First row: Crodavent, Harrison, Kay, Sharp, Shaw, Harley, Lindow. L, Gleason, C-ross
Not in picture: Hall, Irwin, Schaefer, Williams
The big point of the Delta Tau Delta social calendar was the eighteenth annual Black and White which
was celebrated between semesters. This three-day party included a dinner-dance in Jackson, a house party.
and a snow party. Other highlights of the social program were the Homecoming banquet, a Christmas party
for underprivileged children, an exchange dinner with the Sigma Chi's and a spring party. A Friday after-
noon coffee hour was initiated with members ot the six sororities as guests.
In February, Epsilon chapter was host to the Northern division regional conference. Delegates from ten
chapters in five states attended the two-day meeting. The national president of Delta Tau Delta visited the
chapter in January.
The officers for the year were John Ludington, president, William Monahan, vice-president, Richard
Farley, recording secretary, James Clark, corresponding secretary, and Donald Gruschow, treasurer.
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Third rowi Weeks, DeBusk, R. A. Burrows, Paul, Meyer, Malasky, Bintz, A. Gregory, Earl, Gates, Bishop, Baumgartner, R. Allen
Second row: Baldwin, Diehl, Zimmerman, Ross, Reed, Pochert, Cederquist, Nixon, Barger, Hagan, Ronan, Trombley, Siler
First row: Beck, Zemmer, Newman, Engel, Carstens, lvlrs. Harger, Lee. R. Hawes, Stitt, Strickfaden
Third row: Dell, Reitzel, Furney, Short, Grove, L. Hawes, Shafter, Wagner, Coates, Howell, Wilson, Burkman, Fry
Second row: T. Allen, Frasier, Collins, Barry, Bigley, Wurmlinger, Lawrence, Wilkins, Fowler, R. C. Burrows, Transue, R. Gregory
First row: Bodle, Lane, Taylor, Butters, Hall, Ricker, Siebert, Olsen, Miller, Upiohn
Not in picture: Behn, Foor, Frantz, McDonald, Parker, Tincoff. Tomoert
In the Sigma Chi fraternity male students of good moral character who have maintained an honorable
standing in scholarship have banded together with the following expressed purpose: incentive to honorable
action, development of the higher qualities of the mind and nobler feelings of the heart.
The officers for the fall term of 1949 were Donald Lee, president, John Garstens, vice-president, Robert
Hawes, secretary, and Ronald Beck, treasurer. The spring term of l95O officers were Donald Baumgartner,
president, Amos F. Gregory, vice-president, George Miller, secretary, and Ronald Beck, treasurer.
At the annual Sweetheart ball held Nov. IZ, Donna Meadema was crowned the chapter's sweetheart. The
fraternity's spring formal in May along with several house parties given throughout the year were among the
high points of the year's social calendar, ln March, an exchange dinner was held with Delta Tau Delta.
Third row: Marvin, Yocum, Batsakis, Johnson, Bailey, Lowrnaster, Parks, Swanson, Miske, Wheelcr, Titus, Parr
Second row: W. Smith, Kaser, Bibbings, R. Smith, Yost, Bennett, Kay, D. McDonald, Perkins, Furniss, Herbert
First row: S. Smith, T. Watts, Cochran, Mainwaring, Mrs. Dean. Amos, Welclay, Hameister
Third row: Lewis, Hinrichs, Briggs, Madden, Elwyn, Wallschlaeger, M. Watts, R. McDonald, Jones, Oakes, Serra
Second row: Goodell, Jodry, Reed, Reault, Weston, Jackson, Crossley, Kuhn, Wurdock, Fetner, Major
First row: Mighion, Karlstrom, Joranko, Riley, Elms, Wingard. Foster, Spier
Not in picture: Armstrong, Baer, Bolander, Carstens, Christensen, Crosthwaite, Dettman, Floria, Gates, Hall, Humphrey, Keys,
Kresge, Leitch, Metsher, Nankervis, Nasson, Niles, Pierce, Vaughn
The -Gamma Gamma chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity was founded in l896, 33 years after the national
founding at Virginia Military institute. The l949-'SO school year saw a meeting of the Sigma Nu chapters
of Michigan at Michigan State college. The occasion was a basketball tournament.
Gamma was awarded the cup for the best fraternity float as well as the trophy for the best all-round float
at Homecoming. The winning theme was the meeting of Stanley and Livingston. The chapter barbershop
quartet won the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia cup with the singing of "Ain't That a Shame?" The sports trophy
for ping-pong was also won by the fraternity this year.
The high point of the social year was the Blackfoot-Whitefoot ball held in conjunction with the Alpha
Tau Omega fraternity in February. The Sigma Nu's own White Star weekend held this spring was the
fraternity's biggest party of the year. Other activities included the annual Melon feed and hay-ride.
The officers were Thomas Mainwaring, presidentg Norman Amos, vice-presidentg Richard Elwyn, secretary,
and Neil Cochrane, treasurer.
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Third rowi Crostic, Sommers, Frevert, Fisher, Harrison, Christ, Baker, Fiske, Field, C-roat, Cappel, Jeffrey, Niemann, Denno
Second row: Lawrie, Polley, Stevens, Davis, Knight, Allis, Engle. Noyes, Stark, Wahlberg, Jacot, Barnhardt
First row: Inglis, Cartwright, Morgan, Alverson, Mrs, Lord, Ballard, Simpson, McCall, McKean
Third rowi Singer, Bonnell, Teachman, Miles, Coughenour, Kelly, Wilson, Sawyer, Baker, Bucklin, Vernier, Bates, Lenkey
Second row: Castile, Sharp, Spinney, Faylor, C-erhardt, Whitecraft, Holmes, Delvlaggio, Turnbull, Bender, Whitehead, Seelye,
First row, Tomicn, Fixley, Porte, Ferry, Cclchrest, Perkins, Little, Lonsherry, Warren
Tau Kappa Epsilon's purpose may be expressed in one word: service. Its channels of service include four
classes: the college, the undergraduate members, the chapter's alumni and the national fraternity of which
it is a part.
The chapter as a whole was honored when Teke, the fraternity's national magazine, chose Omega as
the "Chapter of the Month" in the spring of l95O. This honor was given on the basis of all around campus
The Tekes won the Dean's scholarship for the entire school year of l'-948-'49 and had a spring semester
average of l.89. They also successfully defended their league volleyball title for the third year. At the I949
Homecoming the chapter won the cup for the best house decoration for the second year in a row.
The highlight of the social season was the Festival of the Red Carnation which was held in the spring.
Other social events included the pledge-active hard-times party and the All Teke Night which honored the
alumni. A christmas party for needy children of the town was also given.
The officers were Alvin Ballard, president, Jerry Alverson, vice-president, James McKean, secretary, and
Robert Warren, treasurer.
I DEPE DE T WOMEN'S LEAGUE
The Independent Women's league is a member of the National Independent Students' associa-
tion and open to all women who are not affiliated with a sorority. Officers are Joyce Cuthat, presi-
dent, Mary Kay, first semester vice-president: Leila Jackson, second semester vice-president,
Muriel Coodell, secretary, and Jo Anne Alexander, treasurer. Mrs. Royal C. Hall is the group
sponsor. The organization had a party with Goodrich club in the fall, a Homecoming banquet
for alumnae, and sent a delegate and candidate for queen to the national convention.
Second row: Hamilton, Renshaw, Chanay, Perry, Robertson, Jackson, Walker, Allen
First row: Coodell, Kay, Cuthat, Alexander, Mrs. Hall
Membership in Goodrich club depends upon one's need, character and potential usefulness.
The group is a cooperative organization designed to provide inexpensive living facilities for men.
The central aim of the club is to foster fellowship, promote scholarship, instill cooperative spirit
and uphold reverence for Christian ideals. The groups' activities included a hayride, a mustache
growing contest before the Christmas party, and various date nights. The officers for the year are
Fay Higgins, president, Burton Sturtridge, vice-presidentg Milton Ehlert, secretary, and Duane
Second row: Rouller, Hole, Leonard, R. Khanna, Ehlert, Higgins, Mrs. Gates, Bird, Wade, Creenman, Shepard.
First row: Anderton, Fritts, Sturtridge, Shiere, Dean, Shenefelt
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Albion shares with the University of Michigan possession of the only two chapters of Ph. Beta
Kappa in the state, This society, founded in l776, is the oldest of the Creek-letter societies. Its
purpose is to recognize and encourage scholarship and breadth of cultural interests. Beta chapter
of Albion is composed of faculty Phi Beta Kappa members and students who have been elected on
the basis of scholarship, character and cultural interests as prescribed by the chapter constitution.
A restricted number of alumni and honorary memberships are extended to persons who have
achieved scholarly dist nction snce graduation from college. Officers are Mr. Walter Sprandel,
president, Dr Harold Larsen, vice-president, and Dr. W. Lewis Troyer, secretary-treasurer,
Third row Crone, Allen, Oddy, Wykoff, Bailey, Boolhroyd, Lee, Constantine, Naumotf
Second row Harrison, Haefele, Brunes, Patterson, Brown, Dr Chickering, Judge Pope, Dr, Lapp
First row Dr Gilbert, Miss Church, Mrs Cooper, Mr Sprandel, Mtss McKinney, Dr Whitehouse, Dr. Trover,
Dr Larson, Miss Axworthy, Dr. Garland, Mrs Hollinshead, Dr, Gilbert
The purpose of "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" is to recognize students
who, on the basis of scholarship, cooperation and leadership in academic and extracurricular ac-
tivities, citizenship and service to the school, show promise of future usefulness to business and
society. On the basis of the above criteria, students are selected by a special committee of faculty
members appointed by the Dean and Student council members.
Second row Jacot, Alexander, Ber sch, Zimmerman, Wade, Lewis, Cummings
First row McCormick, Hendrick, Watson, Paxton, Stegeman, Mackenzie
Not in picture R, MacDonald, Frevert
Eight members and one honorary member, Mrs. W. W. Whitehouse, were tapped last year
for Mortar Board, national honorary organization for senior women. These women were selected
because they have maintained high scholarship, demonstrated outstanding leadership and have
shown loyal and continued service to their Alma Mater. No chapter may have fewer than five or
more than 20 members. Marylyn McCormick is president: Shirley Watson, vice-president, Mary
Ellen Pasmore, secretary, and Carol Jane Paxton, treasurer. Activities of Mortar Board include
serving at the senior reception, ushering at Commencement, sponsoring the Red Cross drive and
selling Christmas cards. Sponsors are Miss Dorothy Engle and Mrs. Howard Pettersen.
Second row: Watson, Miller, Donahue, Paxton, Pasmore, McCormick
First row: Stegeman, Mrs. Pettersen, Dr. Engle, Jones
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Character, leadership and service in campus life, scholarship, fellowship and consecration to
democratic ideals are the bases upon which men are selected for Omicron Delta Kappa. Officers
are Dale Smith, president, Albert Frevert, vice-president: Dr. W, Lewis Troyer, secretary, and
Donald Lee, treasurer. Mr. Walter B. Sprandel is the advisor. The purpose of the organization is,
first, to recognize men who have attajned a h'gh standard of efficiency in collegiate activities:
second, to bring together the most representative men in all phases of collegiate life, and third, to
bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution on a basis of mutual in-
terest and understanding.
Second row: Dr. Troyer, Floria, Wurm, Dr. Battenhouse, Lee
First row: Richards, Mr. Sprandel, Smith, Dr. Chickering, Bertsch
Not in picture: Frevert, J. MacDonald, Morton, Dr. Rowland, Dr. Terpenning
LPHA LAMBD DELT
Alpha Lambda Delta is an honorary rgfganization for freshman women who have attained a
scholastic average of 2.5 either after their first semester or for their entire freshman year. Mem-
bers maintain active standing during their sophcmore year and then become collegiate alumnae
This year's officers are Joan l-lunsicker, president, Eleanor Norton, vice-president, Carol Hoffman,
secretary, and Margaret Crissey, treasurer. Miss Jeannett Church and Miss Clara Dixon are Senior
advisors and Carol Jane Paxton is junior advisor. Activities of the organization include serving the
alumni dinner at Homecoming and being hostesses to camous visitors.
Second rovv Paxton, Johnston, Crosby, Renshaw, Crissey
First rovv' Hoffman, Miss Church, Hunsickcr, Miss Dixon, Norton
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PHI ETA SIGMA
Membership to Phi Eta Sigma, national honorary rnen's fraternity, is limited to freshman men
who have attained a scholastic average of 2.5 or more at the end of their first semester. The fra-
ternity was brought to Albion's campus in January, V949, to promote a highenstandard of learning
and to encourage high scholastic attainment among the freshman men. Officers are Robert Sechlar,
presidentg James Dettman, vice-presidentg Paul Jones, treasurer, and Roger Klemm, secretary. Dr.
A, M. Chickering and Dean Emil Leffler are the advisors.
Second row Stevens, Ehlcrt, Harrington, Klemrn, Jones, Johnston, Krugel
First row Dettman, Dr. Leffler, Dr Chickering, Sechler
Not in picture Casteel, Kemp, Potter
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STU DE T COUNCIL
Clark Jacot, president, led Student council activities this year. Other officers are William
Shcnefelt, vice-president, Nancy Crosby, secretary, and Chris Christ, treasurer. Dr. T. M. Carter is
h cl ' Members are chosen to represent college classes, fraternities, sororities and independent
t e a visor.
or anizations. The Council conducts elections for class officers, Council representatives and Home-
coming queen, directs nominations for "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," plans
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a freshman mixer, "Bust Outs, Big Three Week End and other college dances, helps to p an ome-
coming, and works with the Calendar committee.
Second row: Hendrick, Wade, Peterson, Little, Kay, Lee, Cook
First row: VanBuren, Shcnefelt, Jacot, Crosby, Christ
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CAMPUS RELIGIOUS COUNCIL
Sponsoring Religious Emphasis week, campus forum speakers, Easter Matin services and the
drive to bring a displaced person to study at Albion were among the activities of the Campus Re-
ligious council this year. Designed for the stimulation and promotion of religious thinking and co-
ordination of religious activities on campus, the Council is headed by Carl Sattelberg. James
Benedict, vice-president, Carol Hoffman, secretary, and Lawrence Collins, treasurer, complete the
lvl i-I d E. Pettersen advise the
slate of officers. Dr, John L, Cheek, Dr. Wayne Fleenor, and r. owar
Second row: Burr, Toy, Mr. Pettersen, Hollowell, Burrows, Polley, Miller, Frevert
First row: Dr. Fleenor, Benedict, Sattelberg, Hoffman, Dr. Cheek
Not in picture: Collins, Cummings
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ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTS
Serving as a self-government association for the women of Albion college, the AWS board
directs and provides for all the activities of the dormitory and annexes, The board appoints com-
mittees to have charge of Thursday afternoon teas, the special Wednesday night dinners, Christmas
breakfast and special Big Three Week End festivities, and acts as a governing group. The officers
of the Association of Women Students are Patricia Perry, president, Sally Mackenzie, vice-presi-
dent, Carol Jane Paxton, secretary, and Marylyn McCormick, treasurer,
Second row Miller, Cummings, Hendrick. Getty, Jones, Reed Hearst
Frat row Mackenzie, Perry, Miss Wider, Paxton, McCormick
SEATON HALL HOUSE COMMITTEE
The Seaton hall house committee is composed of two members elected from each floor to
coordinate the student-administration affairs of the men in the dormitory. The committee is as-
sisted by Mrs. Joseph Baldwin, Seaton hall hostess, and Mr. Maurice McLean, director of Seaton
hall. The officers are Bruce Kresge, president, James Lee, vice-president and social chairmang
Maurice Fowler, secretary-treasurer, and John Sperr, public relations, The committee has organ-
ized a faculty reception, an open house, a Christmas party for the men in Seaton hall, and a
Second row Lee, Fowler, Barsch
First row Rupp, Kresge, Wunderlin, Allen
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Providing a counseling system for freshman women and printing calendars of campus events
for the year have been two new YWCA activities for this year. The group also helped plan tresh-
man orientation week, sponsored ten weekly meetings for freshman women with out-ot-town
speakers, provided weekly vespers in the dormitory under student leadership, and sold candy and
soft drinks in the dormitory to raise money to send delegates to the national conference at Geneva.
The Albion college YWCA has exchanged visits with Jackson and Hillsdale, The officers are
Jacquelyn Cummings, president, Marylyn McCormick, vice-president, .lean Tharp, secretary, and
Betty Jones, treasurer.
Second row: Spalding, Pasmore, Evans, Miller, Cartung, Hoffman, Henderson
First row: Spanier, Tharp, Cummings, McCormick, Jones, Reitzel
Not in picture: Leenhouts, Kay, Hunsicker, Odgers, Anderson, Wilcox
To interpret and promote the Christian way of living tor the individual is the purpose of the
YMCA. This group was directed by Max Toy, president: James Benedict, vice-president, Milton
Ehlert, secretary, Stanley Kresge, treasurer, and Mr. Howard E. Petterson, advisor. In carrying
out its purpose the Y has sponsored many activities. They helped in freshman orientation by
sponsoring a picnic for men and joint vespers and a dance with the YWCA. They worked with
boys' clubs in town, participated in the Campus Religious council, provided important speakers for
open meetings, exchanged visits with other Y's in the state, and sponsored movies.
Second row: Krugel, Field, Horst, Mr. Pettersen, Toner
First row: Kresge, Toy, Benedict, Ehlert
ZETA EPSILO LAMBDA
Cooperating with the YWCA for the annual Horn-of-Plenty dinner at Thanksgiving time,
working with the school children through Big and Little Sister clubs at both Dalrymple and
West Ward schools, as well as many other social services mark the activities of Zeta Epsilor
Lambda, a group formed to create a fellowship of college women interested in Christian social
service. Mrs. John L, Cheek advises the group Officers of Zeta Epsilon Lambda are Ruth Hollo-
well, president, Alice Behnke, vice-president, Doris Neidlinger, secretary, and Leila Jackson,
Thiri row Thoms, Readhead, Comstock, Slandng, Robertson, Larson, Marshall
Second row Dusendorf, Steele, Wiek, Niehoft, Miller, Hamilton, Walker, Conklin
First row Tower, Jackson, Mrs Cheek, Hollowell, Mrs Yinger, Neidlinger, Behnke
Not in picture Abbott, Chrisman, Corr, Douglas, Coodell, Crettenberger, Halsted, Hough, Kay, Keim, McRae
Rowe, Sluyter, Vanderven, Worthington
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Chi Epsilon is composed of college men who are preparing for Christian work in the min-
istry, missions and religious social work. They are united to promote Christian thinking and fel-
lowship on the campus and within the group Albert Freyert heads the organization with Max
Polley, vice-president, Donald Sattelberg, secretary, Kenneth Crodavent, treasurer, and Richard L.
Hall, worship chairman, Sponsors of the group are Dr. John L. Cheek, Dr, Wayne Fleenor, Mr.
John l-l. Lavely, and Dr. John Tennant of the Albion First Methodist church.
Third row Reimer, Filbrandt, Bintz, Burr, Nielsen, C. Sattelberg, Sherman, Davenport, Short, Willis, Croat
Seconrl row Hartman, Brown, Redmond, Baker, Gilbert, Frost, Fiske, Lowder, Davis, Taber, Smith, Spinney
First row Dr Cheek, Polley, Frevert, D Sattelberg, Cirodavent, Sutton, Wilson
der and circulation
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manager of the Pleiad, and the editor, asscciate editor and business manager of the Albionian tor
the coming year. Student members of the Council are elected by popular vote of the student body
while the treasurer is appointed by the administration. The organization supervises the editorial and
business policies and the staffs of the Albionian, Pleiad and Student directory. Roy Johns is presi-
dent, assisted by Donna Meadema as secretary. Dr. I-I. O. Hendrickson is treasurer and Dr, Joseph
' ' the other members of the Council.
J. Irwin is vice-president. Carolyn Getty and Barbara Hearst are
Dr. Hendrickson, Johns, Getty. Meadema, Hearst, Dr. Irwin
Alpha Phi Gamma is a national honorary journalistic fraternity which serves to recognize in-
dividual ability and achievement in journalism in colleges and universities, to serve and promote
the welfare of the college through journalism, and to establish cordial relationships between the
students and members of the profession. All members earn their membership by work on college
' bl' t' . Dr. Joseph J. Irwin is the fac-
publications and are expected to continue to work on pu ica ions
r, Zimmerman, Donahue, Harley, Canstield, Richards
Second row: Alexande
First row: McLain, Watson, Dr. Irwin L I
Not in picture: Dr. Battenhouse, Johns, Mr. Trautman
Donald Alexander, editor-in-chief, headed the staff
of the Albionian this year. He was aided by Helen
Cansfield, associate editorg Neil Cochrane, business
managerg Barbara Hearst. class editor, and staff members
chosen from among members of the newswriting and
newsediting classes. Dr. Joseph J. Irwin served as
advisor. assisted by Dr. H. O. Hendrickson and Mr,
Anthony Taffs, The Albionian ig published annually to
record student activities and to picture students and
faculty members. Work begins nearly a year before the
book is published and progresses through the planning
and designing stages. through the hands of photographer.
copywriters and editors, engraver, printer, binder and
cover manufacturer until the book is ready for dis-
Donald Alexander, Editor
Dr Joseph J Irwin, Faculty Advisor
Neil Cochrane. Business Manager
Helen Canstield. Associate Editor
Dr H O Hendrickson Business
Second row Dunne, Grant-Watters, Reed, Harley
first row Mr Tatfs. l-larger. Nuckolls, Hearst
Shirley Watson, Editor
The Pleiad, published each week throughout the
college year, presents news and features of campus life
of interest to the student body. lt serves also as a
laboratory for members of the newswriting and news-
editing classes who staff the paper, which is organized
as nearly as possible like a professional newspaper.
Shirley Watson was editor-in-chief assisted by Maureen
McLain, managing editor. Bud Johns was sports editor
and Jack Zimmerman business manager. Other students
who by previous training were qualified to do so served
on the copy desk. Dr. Joseph J, lrwin was advisor while
Mr. Anthony Taffs was his editorial assistant and Dr,
I-l. O, Hendrickson directed the business policies. Copy
for the paper is gathered on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
after the editors have planned the work at a Monday
press conference. The copy is edited on Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings, the paper is made up Thursday
afternoons, and printed and distrlbuted on Friday morn-
Dr, Joseph J, Irwin, Faculty Adv.sor
Maureen McLain, Managing Editor
Dr, H. O. Hendrickson, Business
Jack Zimmerman, Business Manager
Second row: Johnston, Harger, Dunne, Grant-Watters, Nuckolls, Jueckstock, Harley, Richards
First row: Alexander, Mr, Taffs, Donahue, Loff, Cansfield, Hearst
The Albion college band played tor football and basketball games under the direction of Dr.
Conway Peters as well as leading the Homecoming parade and a Christmas parade for the city of
Albion. April l6-25, the organization went on its annual tour during which it played an average
of three concerts a day In several Mich gan cities, including Bay City and Detroit.
Flutes Johnston, Tredwell, Eash, Irwin, Oboes Smith, Renier, Clarinets: Barger, Dickerson, Hunsicker, Nerd-
linger, Catton, Goodwin, Balkema, Snyder, Penhale, Eppler, Hiller' Bassoons Foor, Peterson, Leland.
French Horns Spanner, Hoopingarner, C Kelly, Anderson, Wevss, Altos: Vinson, Worthington, Webbg Barstones:
Engstrom, Clark, D Kelly, Trumpets. Fultz, Clayton, D.ck Black, Miller, Raville, Talbot,
Saxophones Gauss, Tovier, Maron, Trombones Cafes. Meyers, Horst, Barry, Basses. Butterfield, Sturtridge,
Connors, Conklin, Drums Wade, Highlund, Stormer, Tympani Coulter.
Besides accompanying the band on its tour, April l6-25, the Albion College Orchestra pre-
sented its home concert in the Chapel on Sunday afternoon, Feb. l9. The Orchestra, which has
full instrumentation. is directed by Dr. Conway Peters.
First Violins French, Vedder, B. Smith, Wilcox, Whetstone, Sanford, Inman, Second Violins: Vinson, Thomas.
Doble, Robertson, Miller, Dick, Clayton, Connersg Violasi Fr Mangrum, Robins, Talbot, Oliver, Rauchbauer, Clark,
Cellos Halstrd, McCormick, Neidlinger, M, Catesg Basses' Donaldson, Butterf-eld, Ciray, Palrnlter.
Flutes Johnston, Tredwell, Eash, lrwrng Oboes. R Smith, Reinier, English Horn: R. Smithg Clarinets' Barger.
Dickerson. l-lunsicker, Hiller, Cattong Bass Clarinet: Hiller, Bassoons. Foor, Peterson, Leland.
French Horns: Spanner, Hoopingarner, Kelly, Anderson, Weissg Trumpets. Fultz, Black, Raville, Gillespie,
Trombones. C Cates, Meyers, Horst, Bucklyn, Tuba: Sturtridge. Celesta: Hunsicker, Percussion, Wade, Storrner.
Worthington, Tyrnpanl, Coulter
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A CAPPELLA CHOIR
The a cappella choir sang at the Homecoming alumni banquet and joined with the Choral
society in presenting the Christmas portions of "The Messiah" in December. The remainder was
presented in March. The annual tour, April I8 to 26, included concerts in Michigan cities and
Chicago. Officers are Charles Bertsch, president: Carolyn Getty, secretary, and Dale Sm.th, treasurer.
Fourth row: Hemstreet, D. P. Smith, Coad, Davenport, Handley, Lawrence, Engle, Ferry, Harrington, Porter.
Weeks, Bertsch, Enos, N. Smith, Gibb
Third row: Parello, Wurdock, Bayless, D. Sattelberg, Johnson, Bornell, C. Sattelberg, Keys, D. F. Smith, Alex-
ander, Hanlon, i-lall, Burt, Fcy, Metsk-sr
Second row: Hearst, Erickson, McCann, Knopf, Hoyt, Horfs, Fillmore, Getty, Willoughby, M. Smith, Engman, Read-
head, Odgers, Arthurs, Sluyter, Barnes
First row: Finney, Bigler, Russell, P. Smith, Chisholm, Anderson, Hengst, Keim, Mr. Strickler, Paxton, Tomion,
Bradford, Burns, Blanchard, Thom, Heimburger, Perkins
Not in picture: Baker, Blair, Larimer, Nebergal, Nieman, Rademacher
Programs in Lake Odessag Okemosg Metropolitan Methodist church, Detroitg Christ church,
Cranbrook, Hastings, Main Street Methodist church, Lansing, and Albion made up the activities of
the Madrigal Singers this year. The purpose of the group is to present the best in vocal litera-
ture, both ancient and modern. The organization is directed by Mr. David L. Strickler,
Second row: D. P. Smith, D. F. Smith, Harrington, Ferry, Bertsch, N. Smith, Mr. Strickler
First row: Blanchard, M. Smith, Hoyt, Hofts, Erickson, Odgers, P. Smith, Heimberger
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SIGMA ALPHA IOTA
Led by Carol Jane Paxton, president, Sigma Alpha Iota sponsored a piano-organ recital by
Mrs. Clark Dean and Mrs. Glen Kemler, the annual Song Fest Feb. 24, and Sunday afternoon mu-
sicales at Susanna Wesley hall. Members attended the SAI State Day at Ann Arbor. Other ot-
ficers of the fraternity are Barbara Coulter, vice president, Phyllis Smith, secretary, and Ernestine
Keim, treasurer. Mrs. James W, Brock, Mrs. Robert Kelsey and Mrs. Louis U. Rowland are pat-
rcnesses. The purpose of this national professional music fraternity is to study and practice the
goodness ot life, the beauty of art and the meaning of music.
Second row' Thomas, Hunsicker, Odgers, Hotfs, Fersch, Kay, Donaldson
First row Sartin, Hoyt, Chisholm, Paxton, Coulter, Keim
Not in picture: Hearst
PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national music fraternity, endeavors to advance the cause of music, to
foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music and'to give recognition to outstand-
ing worth in musical activity. Dale Smith, president, Donald Bahs, vice-president, Hugh Robins,
secretary, and Donald Alexander, treasurer, headed the organization this year. Dr. Louis U. Rowland
and Mr. David l.. Strickler are advisors. Phi Mu Alpha sponsored the annual Quartet sing and th.
lntertraternity sing during the year.
Third row Weiss, Olson, Barger, Bayless, Meyers, Clayton, Fultz
Second row' Niemann, Clark, Cates, Ferry, Ludington, Hoopingarner, Bahs, Miller
First row Dr Rowland, Butterfield, D P Smith, Bertsch, D F Smith, Robins, Dick, Alexander, Mr, Strickler
DELTA SIGMA RHO
Delta Sigma Rho serves as the honorary fraternity for debaters. Students must be juniors or
seniors and have participated in two years of intercollegiate speech activity to be eligible for
membership. As an honorary the group carries on few campus activities. This Year it did, however,
sponsor a campus forum on the topic, "Must America Co the Way of Great Britain?" Five other
colleges ioined in these discussions. Members also participated in the forum on movies, For these
forums the group brought 29 distinguished guests to the campus. Jack Zimmerman is president of
the groupg Neil Bintz, secretary, Mr. D. Maynard Aris, treasurer, and Dr. J. V. Garland, major
Second row: Earl, Lewis, Bintz
First row: Zimmerman, Dr. Garland
Forensics is composed of three speech elements: debate, oratory and extemporaneous speak-
ing. The debaters have participated in debates at the University of Indiana, Northwestern university,
University of Wisconsin ,and in the state tournament at Lansing. They also sponsored a State
practice debate at Albion, ln the annual extemporaneous contest Oct. 26 Joanna Dean and Max
Cornell were the winners, ln the state finals at Ypsilanti Joanna Dean placed fourth. ln the
state oratorical and extemporaneous peace speech contest in Albion Jack Zimmerman tied for
second place in the men's extemporaneous contest and Ann Rathbone placed first in the women's
oratory. Advisors are Dr. J. V. Garland and Mr. Otis J. Aggertt.
Third row: Brigham, Cornell, Lonsberry, Pinkney, Sherman
Second row: Walker, Wilkins, Wilson, Wagner, Carmien, Beach
F'r't row: Mr. Aggertt, Hotchkiss, Lewis, Earl, Bintz, Dr. Garland
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ALBION COLLEGE PLAYERS
The Albion College Players are the dramatics production organization on Albion's campus.
Organized as an extra-curricular activity of the speech department, it is run on a seasonal basis
with a minimum of three major lull-length productions, This year the Players have produced "The
Class Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams: "Night Must Fall" by Emlyn Williams, and "The Rivals"
l:y Richard B. Sheridan. In addition to these they assisted in producing seven one-act plays directed
by members ot the play direction class. Only members of Players can serve in executive positions
as heads of crews on productions, The officers are Duryea Morton, first semester president: John
Nixon, second semester president, Earle Ormiston. vice-presidentg Dolores Calhoun, secretary, Ph'lip
Paul, treasurer, and Mr. James W. Brock, advisor.
Third row: Hassberger, Anderson, Meadema, Pasrnore, Creamer, Rathbone, Bradrier, Cold, Akerley
Second row' Harmer, Morris, deNicola, Gray, Dean, Brigham, Cornell, Lyster, Curtis, Olcott
First row: Zimmerman, Siler, Nixon, Morton, Mr, Brock, Calhoun, Paul Ormiston, Lynn
THETA ALPHA PHI
Theta Alpha Phi is an honorary fraternity for recognition of achievement in dramatic art with
members chosen from the upperclassmen, They have participated in several full-length plays, either
in dramatic roles or as production executives. David Harmer was president this year, Ann Rathbone,
secretaryetreasurerg and lvlr. James Brock, advisor. The chief function of the group is to serve as a
nucleus for stimulating interest in the theater and in sponsoring activities other than direct pro-
duction, One of these activities was presenting Prof. Donald Buell, director of the Michigan State
college theater, to the student body as a speaker on modern art, February lO.
Seccnd row, Nixon, Zimmerman, Morton, Paul
First row: Rathbone, Harmer, Siler, Mr, Brock
Not in picture: Calhoun
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"NIGHT MUST FALL"
To educate all those interested in the implications of world government is the aim of the World
Federalists. The group, advised by Dr. Royal C. Hall, set aside a week in April as World Federalist
week during which Dr, Preston Slosson, professor of history at the University of Michigan, spoke.
Other activities of the club included a chapel debate on world government and the circulation of
a monthly newspaper. "The Albion Federalist." Officers are Neil Bintz, president, William Shen-
efelt, vice-president: Eileen Hart, secretary, and Leila Jackson, treasurer.
Third rowi Frevert, Wade, Sheffield, R. A. Burrows, R. C. Burrows
Second row' Wilkins, Heydon, J, Bird, Bintz, Dell, Siler
First row: Carmien, Jackson, Shenefelt, Earl, Ronan, Evans
Not in picture: Bartrop, D. Bird. Davenport. Dean. Dickerson, Filbrandt, Gilbert, Cooclell, Hart, Henrmnger, Hcl-
comb, Hole, Japinga, Lee, Rogers, Sartln, Schwartz, Shiere, Smith, Rogers, Zimmerman
SIGMA DELTA PSI
Albion college was granted a chapter of Sigma Delta Psi last year to promote physical, mental
and moral development of college students. Only four students have successfully passed the athletic
tests required for membership thus far, but trials are being held regularly for those who are interested.
The tests cover skills in running, jumping, throwing and swimming. Candidates must also meet
the requirements for scholarship, physical condition and posture. The group's officers are: Jack
Sharp, president, Harry Hidenfelter, vice-president, Robert Eggleston, secretary, and Clark Jacot,
treasurer. Mr. Delmar Anderson, Dr. W. J. Gilbert, Mr, Howard Peterson, Mr. Walter Sprandle.
and Mr. Dale Sprankle are faculty members.
Second row: Jacot. Dr. Gilbert, Mr. Sprankle, Mr. Pettersen, Eggleston
First row: Mr. Anderson, Hiclenfelter, Sharp, Mr, Sprandel
BET BET BET
The big event of the year for the Biology club was its installation as Alpha Alpha chapter
of Beta Beta Beta, national biological fraternity. It had been organized as the Biology club since
l896, Dr. A. M. Chickering is faculty advisor for the group with .loan Bedford, as the president
of the organization, Herbert Humphrey, vice-president, and William Yost, secretary-treasurer. The
organization emphasizes independent intellectual study in some problem of biological science and
fosters fellowship. An open house of the biology department was held in the spring.
Second row: Mr, Ballou, Jackson, Dettman, Johnson, Field, Thompson, Zick, Batsakis, Dr. Gilbert
First row: Miss Dixon, Dr. Chickering, Yost, Bedford, Humphrey, Miss Bedford, Miss Rogers
Not in picture: Benedict, Hunter, MacDonald, Marsh
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Richard Appl, president, has led the Chemistry club in its activities this year. Other officers
are Deane Floria, vice-president, Marvin Grostic, secretary-treasurer, and David Harmer, program
chairman. Dr. David L. Randall is the faculty advisor. The purpose of the club is to secure for
the members the advantages arising from discussions of chemical problems, to create a broader and
more intimate knowledge of chemistry, and to further the study of this science at Albion college.
Monthly lectures by students, faculty and guest speakers are sponsored by the club.
Third row: Bauer, Grove, Sankuer. Dailey, Irwin, Benedict, Jones, Batsakis
Second row: Vogel, Klemm, Hock, Decker, Harrington, Elwyn, Yost, Field, Heck
First row: Hamm, Dr, Randall, Crostic, Appl, Harmer, Dr. Engle, Lord
Not in picture: Dr. Carnell, Floria, Hanlon, Heinrich. Mr. Munk, Park, Ricker, Smith, Swanson, Thompson,
To further the inspiration of those who are interested in the ancient classics is the purpose
of the Classical club with Dr. Mary E. McKinney as its advisor, Monthly meetings th.s year were
devoted to the study of Roman festivals. Mr, Ralph Merriam, Chicago lawyer, spoke on Plato at an
open meeting sponsored by the club in November, The annual club banquet was held February l-l.
Lois Hildebrandt acts as president of the club, Max Polley, vice-president, and Joyce Phillips,
Se:ond row Mohrhardt, Renshaw, Myer, Oliver, Kusbel
First row Pol'ev, Hildebrandt, Dr, McKinney, Hagerman
Not in p:c1ure Beckman, McDonald, Mohl, Newell, PhiIl:ps, Raweinscn
club was formed to promote good writing and to gain appreciation of good
writing Harrison Sudborough is the president of the club, and Jean Tharp is vice-president.
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l-lelen Rayle serves as secretary and Doris McRae. as treasurer. Faculty members an a vis rs
the Contributors' club are Dr. Henry M, Battenhouse, Mr. Keith J, Fennimore, Miss Julia McCune,
and Mrs, Elsie B Si
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lkvvorth, The club members are English majors who have a two-point average
Second row McDonald, Reed, Crieves, Wade, J Phillips, Lenhoff, Hoffman, Bloomquist
First row Tharp, Beach, Rayle, Lester, McRae, Johnston. Nuckolls
Not in picture Beckman, Cutha, Harger, M Phillips, Sartin, Scharff, Sudburough
Kenneth Nelson presides over meetings of the Economics club, which was organized with
the idea of creating interest in special economic and business administrative activities among the
students. Mr. Maynard E. Aris and Dr. Walter A. Terpenning sponsor the club. The club's activi-
ties this year included the second annual Business and Economics conference and two field trips,
one to Chicago and the other to Detroit. Neil Cochrane serves as vice-president, and Elizabeth
Cascoyne is secretary, Jack Zimmerman is treasurer of the organization.
Third row: Kay, Newman, Zimmerman, Beck, Inglis, Ytterberg, Gregory
Second row: Ballard, Cartwright, Knight, Christ, Meisel, Krautheim, Kurtz, Schaible
First row: Mr. Aris, Cochrane, Cascoyne, Nelson, Miss O'Bryant, Dr. Terpenning, Mr. Polk
Monthly forums and discussions on subjects of current national and international interest con-
stitute a regular activity of the Forum club. lt also invites Outside speakers with interesting ex-
periences and a knowledge of world affairs to stimulate interest in current problems of national
and international importance. The membership of the club is limited to 30 junior and senior
history or political science majors. The officers are Peirce Lewis, president, George Kay, vice-
president, and Felicia Stegeman, secretary-treasurer. Dr. H. O. Hendrickson, assisted by Dr. Royal
C. Hall and Mr. Coy James, advises the club.
Third row' Mackenzie, Alpern, Meadema, Alexander, Hart, Pangburn, Held, Leenhouts
Second row: Welday, Cartwright, Alverson, Christ, Roberts, Sommers, Harley, Shely, Cameron
First row: Earl, Smith, Kay, Lewis, Stegeman, Dr. Hendrickson, Bintz
The French club met six times during the year with Dr. D, M. Gilbert, Miss lsolde Henninger,
as principal speakers at various meetings.
Joan Richards, Lea Spanier, and Miss Eleanor Senn
Members of the French composition and conversation class presented an original play at the Christ-
mas meeting and a picnic was given in May. The club's purpose is to encourage members to
take an active interest in French literature, art and the life of the French people, and to furnisl'
an opportunity to use French in conversation. Ruth l-lollowell, president: June Graham, vice-
president: Audrey Grieves, secretary, and Lea Spanier, treasurer, led the group. Mrs. Hugh Coop-
er was the advisor.
Third row: Wilson, Young, Smith, Krugel
Second rowi Fleenor, Barna, l-ic-'nrichs, Norton, Beatty. Beach
First row Graham, Hollowell, Grieves, Mrs. Cooper
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The German club conducts monthly meetings in German andlattempts to foster intellectual,
social and practical understanding of German customs, Early in the fall Dr. Mary E, McKinney,
advisor ot the club, spoke to the group on the Goethe Bicentennial convocation at Aspen, Colo
The club has since participated in a state-wide Goethe celebration at Mt. Pleasant and a Goethe
musical celebration in Detroit. ln February they traveled to East Lansing to see a German movie.
They also sponsored the annual German Christmas song fest, Officers of the club are Fred Kruger.
presidentg Lester Shiere, vice-presidentg Hildegard Leopold, secretary, and Edward Pulse, treasurer.
Third row' Roulier, Park, Jones, McDonald, Crostic
Second row, Bailey, Schaack. Kloster, Coon, Seehler, Runkle
First row Pulse, Shiere, Krugel, Dr, McKinney, Leopclil
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The Home Economics club, sponsored by Miss Pauline Rodgers was organized to promote
interest in vocational and practical home economics and to investigate present day problems re-
lating to the home and community, Dorothy Hengst is president of the club which is a member
of the Michigan and American Home Economics associations. Other officers are Joan Lindberg,
vice-president, Frances Young, secretary: Edna Heimburger, treasurer. The club presented an
introductory tea for freshman women in the fall and, in the spring, the annual Brides' tea, and a
lecturer on modern fashions in silver.
Second row: Titus, Hawver, Weaver, Lange, Beatty, Thom, Anderson
First row: Heimburger, Roe, Lindberg, Miss Rogers, Hengst, Fritz, Young
KAPPA MU EPSILO
Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity, attempts to develop an apprecia-
tion of the value and beauty of mathematics in students ot superior ability in the mathematics
field. lt sponsors a series of monthly programs to aid in the development of this appreciation. The
club is directed by Raymond Gillespie, president, Albert Foster, vice-presidentg Patricia Collins,
secretary-treasurer, Jack Newell, program chairman, and Dr. Harold D, Larsen, faculty advisor.
Third row: McKean, Ricker, Floria, Harmer, Mr. Cox, Fischer
Second row: Warren, Fryer, Horn, Kehe, Harrington, Diehl, Burrows, Dr. Ingalls
First row: Newell, Collins, Foster, Gillespie. Dr. Larsen
Ii:lot ing plisturez Anderton, Beatty, Brautigan, Ehlert, Ferguson, Haas, Higgins, Jones, Kidder, Klemm, Krohns,
ane, ec er.
Kappi Pi, national honorary arf society, was brought to AIbion's campus to create a fellow-
ship for art students on campus and to increase the appreciation and understanding of art. The
club is sponsored by Mr. Vernon Bobbitt and Miss Constance Fowler, and the officers are Lawrence
Wade, president, Marilyn Stevens, vice-president: Elizabeth Verdow, recording secretary, Vera Van
Buren, corresponding secretary, William Watson, treasurer: Donna Anderson, social chairman, and
Jean Montgomery, historian. Activities this year included monthly programs dealing with "The Art
World," including lectures by Mr. Bobbitt, Mr, John Frazer Mills and Dr. Ernst Sheyer. A panel
discussion was held on the topic of "Art Vocations."
Third row. La Freniere, Silkworth, Callahan, Oliver, Lynn, Shepard, Yoder, V Anderson, Deckert
Second row' Yocum, Behnke, Hawver, Rosbolt, Spier, Saas, Rayle, Pasmore, Creamer, Engle
First row: Mr, Bobbitt, W, Watson, D, Anderson, Wade, Montgomery, VanBuren, Verdow, Miss Fowler
Not in picture Phillips, Roe, Sfevens, Vogel, Wear
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The Physics club was formed by the advanced students in the department, in conjunction with
the teaching staff, to stimulate interest and research and to encourage independent study in the
field of physics. The club was led this Year by Daniel Harrington, presidentg Harry Lawrie, vice-
president, and Charles Ricker, secretary-treasurer. Faculty advisors are Dr. Justin Cilathart, Mr.
Loren Hanna and Mr, Howard Petterson. The club has sponsored guest speakers from the indus-
trial and scientific fields, and it has published a monthly physics problem with a prize presented
to the student offering the best solution. Combined meetings of the Physics club and Kappa Mu
Epsilon were held in December and February,
Second row, Johnson, Khanna, Floria, Bailey, Simpson, Mr. Pettersen
First row Dr Clathart, Ricker, Harrington, Lawrie, Mr Hanna
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