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PRESIDENT WILLIABI WHITCOMI3 WIIII'I:IIoI'sI1
TH.D., PH.D., LL.D.
AUDREY KENYON WILDER, M.A. EMIL LEFFLER, M.A., LL.D. WALTER B. SPRANDEL, A.M.
Dean of Women Academic Dean Dean of Men
JOHN L. SEATON, PH.D., LL.D., Litt.D., L.H.D.
MARVIN F. PAHL, B.A. PAUL R. TRAUTMAN, B.A. WAYNE H. FLEENOR, B.D., D.D.
Registrar and Director of Admissions Business Manager Director of Public Relations
SECRETARIAL STAFF ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRAR? OFFICE SEATON HALL STAFI'
Wits. fillfklil.ES llvximxizn Allis. ELoIsE SMI-LLTZI-LR Xlus. RacHEL Humixu
St'l'I'l'ik'1I'y to the Presiflent Secretary to the Registrar Assistant llireetor of Seaton llall
Xliss lloins NI. ALLEY Alias. RALPH Camus Alu. CHARLES lg-XLCII Lis
51-t-rc-tary to the Deans Assistant in Registrar! Offim- Director of Seaton Hall
Alias. Lux C. NIALLORY Mus. NORNIVX H.-XRCIQIK Niles. Rm Moom:
l li1l'f'lIlk'I1i Bureau Seeretary Beeords Clerk Receptionist
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Mus. ERNEST FIERKE Du. f,il.IFFORlJ B. TAYLOR, BLD.
Assistant Bookkeeper College Physician
AIRS. Iruun' CHRISTIAN Mus. CARL HEMSTREET, R.N.
Clerk, Bookkeeping Department Nurse at Susanna Wesley Hall infirniary
Mus. HI-ILEN RAYNoR Bliss Wiwii-'RED PAGE, R.N.
Bookstore Manager Health Service and Seaton Hall Nurse
Mus. CHARLES YoUNc Miss Jorci-1 STAIILY, R.N.
Assistant in Bookstore Nurse at Susanna YVesley Hall infirmary
MRS. VANCE E. THoMAs
FOOD SERVICE LIBRARY
Mus. JosI3PII BVxI.IIwIm MH. DAVID D. RIORRIS
Assistant to Director, Baldwin Hall Reference and Reserve Room Assistant
Nha. Grioncu 'l'RIT'I'sr:HI H MRS. WLALTER Rochus
Director of Halrlwin Hall Cataloguer
NIIIS. Nom P. IZOIIGIQ MRS. JOHN L. CHEILK
Hostess. Susanna Wesley Hall Reserve Room Assistant
Mus. MIXINIQ FoIcsYTHIg Miss ELIZABETH HANCE
Dietitian. Susanna Wt-sley Hall Assistant Librarian
MRS. JEAN P. KELLIQII
Mlss NUIIMA M. HAWINICJND
SEATED: Mrs. Mary Hufton, Mrs. J. G. Watson, Mrs. Abby Lewis. Mrs. Harriet Balflwing STAND-
ING! Mrs. G. D. Prentice, Mrs. Bradley Shackett.
MARY C. ALLISON, E. MAYNARD Anus, 0. FHRDINAND BALTL, KENNETH BALLOLI,
PH.D. M.B.A. M.A. M.A.
Professor of Modern Professor of Economics Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of
Languages and Business Adminis- Classics Biology
PANOS D. Bfxnms, H. M. BATTENnoI'si:, BETTY Bizxsig, NLS. VERNON L. BOBBITT,
PHD- PH-D' Instructor in Physical A-M-
Instructor in Sociology Professor Emeritus of Education for Women Professor of Art
MAURICE L. BRANCH, Howmm BECKSFORT, ELSIT: M. BUTT, A.M. PAUL H. CARNELL,
PHD- PHD- Instructor in Religious PHD-
Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Education Associate Professor of
Economics Mathematics Chemistry
THOMAS M. CARTER, JOHN L. CHEEK, PH.D. PEARL CHEN, PH.D. A. MERTON CHICKER-
Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of ING, PHD-
Professor of Education Religion Biology Professor of Biology
PAUL L. Coox, PH.D. CHARLOTTE DUFF JosEPH1NE DUNN, M.S. LESLIE ENGSTROM,M.A.
Instructorin Chemistry Instructor in Physical Associate Professor of Instructor in Econom-
Education for Women Physical Education for ics
KEITH J. FENNIMORE, CONSTANCE FOWLER, MORLEY FRASER, M.A. J. V. GARLAND, PH.D
PHD- M'F-A- Instructor in Physical Professor of Speech
Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of Education
DONALD M. GILBERT, WILLIAM J. GILBERT, RoBI:RT H. CILDART, JUSTIN L, GLATHART,
PH.D. PH.D. M.S. in J. PH.D.
Professor Emeritus of Associate Professor of Instructor in English Professor of Physics
Morlern Languages Biology and Journalism
ROYAL G. HALL, PH.D. CHARLES HAMPTON, L. ELLIS HANNA, EDB. JoHN E. HART, PILD.
Professor Emeritus of M-A- Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of
History Assistant Professor of Physics English
HELEN L. HABTON, WILLIAM HARTON, MARGARET HATTON HOMER O. HENDBICK-
PH,D. A.M. M.A. soN, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Lecturer in Education Instructor in Speech Professor of History
SPCCCII and Political Science
ISOLDE HENNINCI-LR JOSEPH C. HESTON, ERNEST H. K. HILLARD, ELIZABETH R. HoS1vnER,
A.fVI. PH.D. PH.D. PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Professorof Psychology Instructor in Spanish Assistant Professor of
Modern Languages English
MRS. EDMUNU E. IN- EDMUND E. INCALLS, JOSEPH J. IRWIN, PH.D. ELKIN ISAAC, M.A.
CALLS, PHD- PHD- Professor of English Assistant Professor in
Professor of Chemistry Professor of Mathemat- and Journalism Physical Education for
CoY H. JAMES, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of
History and Political
JEAN P. KELLER, PH.D. SHEILA I. KRAGNESS, HAROLD D. LARsEN,
Assistant Professor of PHD- PHD-
Spanish Assistant Professor of Professor of Mathemat
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RICHARD B. LEACH, JVLIA E. lxfCCI'Nl-1, ELEANOR T. AICLAVGH- W. lNlAl'RICE MCLI-:AN
M.A A.M. LIN, PH.D. EILD.
Instructor in Ceramics Assistant Professor of Professor of Education Associate Professor of
and Art English and Psychology Psychology
,IACQUELINE AIAAG, PHILIP R. lwARSHALL, KEITH W. NIOORE, PORTIA M. lX'lORRIS,
MIIs.M. PH.D. PH.D. PH.D.
Assistant Professor in Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of
Voice and Music His- Chemistry Mathematics Home Economics
ALBERT H. MUNK,M.A. ARTHUR W. lhfIlNK ELSIL lWfl'NRO, M.A.
Assistant Professor of PHD- Assistant Professor of
Chemistry Associate Professor of English
FR ANR C. PEARSOIN
Assistant Professor of
Theory and Piano anel
Director of Bands
HOWARD E. PETTILRSIIN, J. W. POLK, M.A. DARRELL H. POLLARD, JIILIAN S. RAMMIJL-
A-M- Assistant Professor of MA- KAMP, MA-
Assistant Professor of Economics Assistant Professor of Instructor in History
Physics History and Political
DAVID L. RANDALL, VIRGINIA RENsHAw, PAULINE RODGERS,A.M. LOTTA M. RocI:Rs,M.S.
PH'D- MA' Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of
Professor Emeritus of Instructor in Home Ec- Home Economics Biology
CLEMILNT E. Room, Lows U. ROWLAND, CARL J. SHLLTZ, DQROTHY SIMRALL,
PH.M. ML's.D. M.MUS PH.D.
Professor Emeritus of Professor Emeritus of Instructor in Music Assistant Professor of
Physics and Astronomy Music Psychology
E. R. SLEIGHT, Sc.D. LOTUs A. SNOW, PH.D. DALE R. SPRANKLE, EWELL A. STOWELL,
Professor Emeritus of Assistant Professor of A-M- PHD-
Mathematics English Director of Athletics Assistant Professor of
and Professor of Phys- Biology
DAVID L. STRICKLER, CHARLES SWAN, PH.D. ANTHONY TAFFS, M.A. WALTER A. TERPENN-
A'M' Associate Professor Of Assistant Professor of INC, PHD'
Associate Professor of Sociology Piano and Theory Professor Emeritus of
Voice and Director of Economics
F. DUDLEIGH VERNOR,
Instructor in Organ
CLARA L. D1xoN, M.S.
Assistant Professor of
Instructor in Education
FACULTY NOT PICTURED
MRS. GORDON PACRER
Instructor of Physical
Education for Women
ALICE E. WHITCOMR,
Assistant Professor of
Lecturer on Economics
LEONARD F. SHURMUR, M.A.
Instructor in Physical
Education for Men
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VIRGINIA ALCINI WINIFRED ANGOVE
Alpha Chi Omega, vice-
clubg Education clubg
Psychology clubg Pub-
lications council, secre-
taryg Panhellenic coun-
Kappa Delta, secretaryg
French clubg Education
clubg Art clubg Forum
cluhg Panhellenic coun-
cil, presidentg Choirg
Choral societyg Carol
RICHARD BAKER KATHLEEN McKAY
Sigma Chig Veterans,
Zeta Tau Alphag Forum
clubg Education clubg
Delta Zeta, social chair-
mang Alp ha Lambda
Deltag Education cluhg
Sociology cluhg Psychol-
THOMAS BECKER SHIRLEY BLUNDEN CAROL BOLLMAN
Akron, Ohio Detroit Evanston, Illinois
Psychology Elementary Education- History
Tau K a p p a Epsilon,
ty council, treasurerg
Intramural board, secre-
taryg Footballg Choirg
Choral societyg MSMQ
clubg Sociology club
Delta Zeta, treasurerg
Kappa Mu Epsilong Ed-
ucation clubg Spanish
clubg YWCA, WAA
Alpha Chi Omega, treas-
urerg Forum club, sec-
tion clubg Choirg Chor-
al societyg Carol Sing-
ersg Phi Beta Kappa
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia,
secretary, Kappa Kappa
Psi, Bandg Drum Ma-
jorg Orchestra, treasur-
erg String ensemhleg
BRUCE BARROW JUDITH BAUR
Sigma Chig Beta Beta
Betag Spanish cluhg
Bandg Orchestrag Phi
Mu A l p h a Sinfonia,
Kappa Delta, preside-ntg
Sociology club, presi-
dent, secretary, Panhel-
lenic council, secretary,
RALPH BOWI-IR Jo ANN BRITTON KENNETH BRoc KAREN BROWN THOMAS BROWN
Constantine Essexville Middleville Grand Rapids Farmington
Speech English Mathematics-Physics Art Businessffdministratlon-
Goodrich c l u h, presi- Alpha Xi Delta, treas- Sigma Nu, vice-presi- Delta Gamma, treasurer, Speech
dent, vice-president, sec- urerg Contributors' dent, Kappa Mu Epsi- Art club, social chair- Delta Sigma Phi, social
retaryg Albion College club, German cluhg long Omicron Delta mang Freshman council chairmang Chi Epsilong
Players, president, Phi
Mu A l p h a Sinfonia,
Theta Alpha Phig Choir,
French cluhg AWS
h o a r d, corresponding
Kappa, Spanish club,
Physics cluhg A club,
executive council: Bas-
ketballg Cross Country
WANR, news directorg
Forensicsg Speakers' Bu
ROBERT BRUBAKER PAULINE BUCHNER
Tau K a p p a Epsilon,
Omicron Delta Kappag
Whois Whog T e n n i sg
MSM, presidentg De-
bateg Chi Epsilon, pres-
identg A club
Alpha Chi Omega, re-
cording secretaryg Beta
Beta Betag Education
cluhg Debate, Baldwin
Discussion cupg Philos-
Alpha Xi Deltag WAA
secretary, Spanish club
NIARCIA CAroN COLLYER CHURCH MARILYN CHURCHILL JAMES CLARK PAUL CLOSSON
Wilmette, lllinois Midland Orchard Lake Romeo Parma
Matllemrztirs History-Political Science Biology Economics Biology
Zeta Tau Alpha, treas- Tau Kappa Epsilong WAA boardg Education Goodrich club, stewardg
urerg Mortar lloardg Omicron Delta Kappag clubg Chemistry Affili- Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoniag
French cluh, presi- Who's Who, Phi Mu atesg YWCA Choir
dent La Cenacle, presi-
dentg Kappa Mu Epsi-
lon, president, secretary-
Choral society, Educa-
tion clubg WAA Boardg
AWS, treasurerg Phi
Beta K a p p a, Who's
Alpha Sinfonia, presi-
dent, secretaryg Forum
Cluhg Economics clubg
Student council, presi-
dent, Senior Horn con-
ingg Seaton Hall com-
MARJORY BURDEN MARY Lou Blmcizss RONALD CAMPBELL CAROLYN CARR RUTH CARTER
MSM, v i c e-president,
Zeta Epsilon Lambda,
Campus Religious coun-
cil, WAA, YWCA, Ed-
ucation club, Choral so-
Delta Zeta, correspond-
ing secretary, Who's
Who, YMCA cabinet,
MSM, C h 0 i r, Carol
Singers, Choral society,
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Scholarship, F. Dud-
leigh V e r n 0 r Organ
prize, Jenny Worthing-
WAA board, Synchron-
ized swimming director,
club, Choral society
KENNETH COLLINS Sox-'IA CONDOS
Delta Tau Delta, Chem-
istry Affiliates, Physics
club, Intramural man-
Kappa Delta, Panhel-
lenic council, Sociology
club, treasurer, secreta-
ry, WAA board, Edu-
cation club, French
club, Art club, Albion
YWCA, Modern Dance
club, WANR, Baldwin
Discussion prize, Intra-
mural debate, manager,
Speakers' Bureau, In-
Delta Zeta, president,
Mortar Board, Albion
College Players, treasur-
er, Cheerleader, co-cap-
tain, YWCA, Choral
society, Education club ,
Sociology club, Home
Economics club, State
Festival, MSM, WAA,
Alpha Chi Omega, Cer-
man club, Panhellenic
council, WAA board
JAMES CONKLIN CHARLES CONNELLY
Albion Eaton Rapids
Phi Eta Sigmag Beta
Beta Beta, vice-presi-
dentg Omicron Delta
Kappag German clubg
Veterans' club, presi-
dent, vice-president, sec-
istry cluhg YMCA
Goodrich club, secreta-
ryg A eluhg Physics
clubg Football, Track,
Omicron Delta Kappa
RICHARD CooI.EY PATRICIA WILSON KENNETH CRosaY
Fenton CRANDALL Dearborn
Economics Charlotte Economics
Delta Tau Delta: Omi-
cron Delta Kappag
Who's Whog Philosophy
cluhg Economics cluhg
Campus Religious coun-
cil, presidentg Student
Track, co-captain, all-
MIAAg Cross Country,
captaing A clubg Seaton
Alpha Chi Omega, lst
vice-president, 2nd vice-
president, Alpha Omi-
crong Spanish club,
WAAQ YWCA, Home
Economics club, secre-
tary, Education clubg
board, presidentg Stu-
Veteransi club, secreta-
Alpha Tau Omegag Phil-
osophy clubg Physics
clubg Tennisg Debateg
Alhionian, sports editor
DENNIS DOOLEN DELMER EICIILER
Delta Tau Delta, presi-
dentg Phi Eta Sigma,
Omicron Delta Kappa:
Forum club, vice-presi-
dent, Economics club,
ternity council, secreta-
ryg Sophomore class
treasurerg Student coun-
cil, vice-presidentg Phi
Beta Kappag Who's
Tau Kappa Epsilong
Phi Eta Sigmag Spanish
club, Beta Beta Beta
CHERYL CUMMINGS JAMES DAHLMAN
Delta C a m m a, Beta
Beta Beta, Fall Chemis-
try club, YWCA, cabi-
net, C h 0 r al Society,
Foreign Student com-
Sigma Chi, vice-presi-
dent, Beta Beta Beta,
A club, Football, co
captain, AP all-state,
Omicron Delta Kappa
SHARON DECOU V
Alpha Xi Delta, vice-
presidentg Alpha Lamb-
da Delta, Mortar Board,
Who's Who, Alpha Phi
club, president, treasur-
er, Spanish club, Edu-
cation club, YWCA,
AWS board, Albionian,
editor, associate editor,
Pleiad, Band, Secreta-
ry, Orchestra, Secreta-
ry, Phi Beta Kappa
RAY FAROUCH DANIEL FISHER JUDY FLUK1-1 CHARLES FOLEY KATHRYN FOOTE
Detroit Sandwich, lllinoi Holt Dearborn North Muskegon
Art Biology History History-Political Science Elementary Education
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Art A l p h a Tau Omega, WAA, president, Cam- Sigma Chi, correspond- Zeta Tau Alpha, record-
club, Secretary, WANR, Physics club, Psychol- pus Religious council, ing Secretary ing Segretaryg WAA,
Albion College Players ogy club, Chemistry Af- Sociology club, Educa- treasurer, Education
filiates tion club, YWCA
cluh, Psychology club
VIRGINIA FOSTER WALTER FRUIT LEONARD GASHEL
Kappa Delta, treasurerg
Education clubg Home
Economics clubg Psy-
chology elubg YWCAQ
Tau K a p p a Epsilon,
elubg Foru m clubg
Delta Sigma Phi, secre-
taryg Contributors' clubg
Pleiad, sports editorg
Alhionian, sports editorg
Forum cluhg Intramural
LESTRA HANLIN JOHN HANNETT EMILY HEAP CAROLE HEEKE PATRICIA PEARSALL
Delta Gamma, presi-
dent 3 Mortar Board 3
Alpha Omicron, presi-
dentg Le Cenacleg
Who's Who g French
club, secretary g Home
Economics club, treas-
urerg Psychology club:
Williamsville, New York
Omicron Delta Kappa,
v i c e-presidentg Who's
Whog Spanish clubg A
club, vice-presidentg Ed-
ucation clubg MIAA
representative 3 Basket-
ball, co-captain, all-
MIAA, MIAA leading
Albion Marysville HESSLER
Art Elementary Education Highland Park
Kappa Pi, chairmang Education clubg Psy- Home Economws
Art clubg Marie Guy chology club
Delta Zetag Alpha Omi-
erg Home Economics
club, presidentg WAAQ
MSMg Education clubg
YWCAg Choral society
SUSAN GERTZ WILLARD GRANT GRANT GRINNELL THOMAS GUTHERIE KAREN HALL
Kappa A l p h a Theta,
WAA, Home Economics
clubg Psychology club
Battle Creek Lansing
Goodrich club, treasur- Sigma Nu, treasurerg
erg Los Hispanistas, Economics clubg Phil-
presidentg Spanish club,
treasurerg French club,
tion clubg Canterbury
osophy clubg Debate
RICHARD Hicxs JAMES HILDEBRAND JANET HOLT
Detroit Birmingham Flint
Art Mathematics Sociology
Goodrich club, secreta-
ryg YMCA, vice-presi-
dentg Art club, treasur-
Delta Sigma Phi, presi-
dent, vice-presidentg ln-
presidentg Student coun-
cil, Choirg Spanish
club, YMCAg Choral
Alpha Xi Deltag Psy-
chology clubg Sociology
clubg WAAg YWCA
Tau Kappa Epsilon,
rush chairman, lnterfra-
ternity council, vice-
club, treasurer, Forum
erg Omicron Delta Kap-
Delta Zeta, recording
Board, Alpha Lambda
Delta, secretaryg Kap-
pa Mu Epsilon, presi-
erg L o s Hispanistasg
Student council, secre-
taryg Spanish club, pres-
identg Cheerleader, co-
captaing YWCA cabi-
netg Campus Religious
clubg Choral societyg
WAAg Phi Beta Kappa:
GAYLE HIIF1'oN DOUGLAS HIlCCPITT EDMUND JENKINS
Flint Lansing East Lansing
History Biology Economics
Delta Tau Delta, treas-
urerg Phi Eta Sigma,
presidentg Omicron Del-
ta Kappag Who's Whog
Economics club, presi-
dent, treasurerg Forum
clubg .lunior class treas-
urerg Senior class presi-
dent: Student councilg
Phi Beta Kappa
Delta Zetag Sigma Al-
pha lota, recording sec-
retaryg Student council:
Education cluhg Choirg
Carol Singersg Choral
KARL KRISTEN WILLIAM LACKER
Grand Rapids Saginaw
Sigma Nu, vice-presi-
dentg Phi Eta Sigmag
Kappa Mu Epsilpng
Beta Beta Betag Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, pres-
identg Choirg Carol
Singersg Student coun-
cilg Footballg A cluhg
Goodrich club, Educa-
tion cluh, treasurerg
Spanish clubg Forum
cluhg YMCAg Phi Beta
Sigma Chi, secretaryg
Psychology club, A
cluhg Tennis, captain
Veterans, club, presi-
dentg Canterbury oluhg
JOELLEN KELLY JEAN WACNER KENNY PETER KNIBLOE
Psychology clubg Soci-
ology clubg Education
clubg Home Economics
elubg YWCAQ Bandg
Delta Gammag Educa-
tion clubg Home Eco-
Sigma Chig Economics
clubg Student council
Delta Zeta, 2nd vice-
presidentg Los Hispan-
istas, vice-presidentg Ed-
ucation clubg Spanish
club: Psychology clubg
MARLENE LATHAM EDGAR LEAVENWORTH
Beta Beta Betag YWCA
cabinetg Zeta Epsilon
Lambdag Campus Relig-
Delta Sigma Phig Plei-
adg Student councilg
THOMAS LEAVY MARION LEE
Delta Tau Deltag Phi
Eta Sigmag Beta Beta
Betag Phi Mu Alpha
German clubg Chemis-
try Aiiiliatesg Junior
class presidentg YMCAQ
Student councilg Choirg
Choral societyg Carol
Singersg Who's Who
Zeta Tau Alphag Span-
ish clubg French clubg
Art clubg Psychology
JOEL LEENAARS JUDITH LEPARD LARRY LIDDLE
Delta Sigma Phi, treas-
urerg Philosophy clubg
YMCA, Debate, Bandg
Delta Gamma, vice-pres-
identg Alpha Lambda
Delta, Campus Relig-
ious council, vice-presi-
dentg Foreign Student
WAAg Choral society
Beta Beta Beta, secre-
JUDITH MCLEOD TIMOTHY MALLARE
Delta Zetag Los Hispan
erg Spanish club, secre
tary, French clubg Edu-
cation c l u bg WAAg
YWCA, Band, MSM
Sigma Nug A club, Fo
rum club 3 Swimmingg
Sigma Nu, secretary,
Psychology club g Ten
nisg A club, Pleiad,
JOSEPH MARTIN MARILYN MATTHEWS
Grand Rapids Detroit
Tau Kappa Epsilon, so-
cial chairrnang Choirg
Alpha Chi Omega, cor-
Contributors' club, vice-
presidentg YWCA, Psy-
chology clubg Pleiad,
editorg Albioniang Edu-
cation clubg Women's
Handbook, editorg Al-
pha Phi Gamma
WALTER LIST GILBERT LUTZ JOANN MACARTHUR
Grand Rapids Midland
Biology A rt-Psychology
Sigma Nu German Delta Tau Deltag Art
club Psychology club clubg Psychology clubg
Alpha Xi Delta, presi-
dentg Education clubg
Forum cluhg Spanish
clubg YWCAQ WAAg
Phi Beta Kappa
JUDITH MEIDELL GILBERT MILLER CAROLYN MITCHELL
Detroit Boston, Massachusetts Grosse Pointe
Soczology German English
Alpha X1 Delta rush Alpha Xi Deltag Psy-
chairman S o c I o l o gy chology cluhg Home Ec-
club Psychology club onomics club
DONALD MCCRORY JUNE MCKINSEY
Economics English-Elementary Ecl-
Sigma Nu, vice-presi-
dent g Psychology club 3
Student councilg A club ,
B a seb a llg Basketballg
Alpha Xi Deltag WAAQ
clubg Education club
WILLIAM MURPHY VIRGINIA NAIR MARY NEFFNER WILLIAM NICHOLAS JAMES Nurr
Orland Park, Illinois Detroit Detroit Flint Muskegon
Psychology Art Elementary Education History-Political Science Biology
Sigma Nug Psychology Alpha Chi Omegag Delta Gamma, recording Education clubg Chi Ep- Sigma Nug Beta Beta
clubg Pleiadg Swimming Alpha Lambda Deltag secretaryg Los Hispanis- silong MSM Betag French club, treas-
Kappa Pig Art clubg tasg WAAQ Spanish urerg Chemistry Affili-
Education cluh club, vice-presidentg Ed- atesg Physics clubg A
clubg Track managerg
BARBARA OWEN HANs PAJUNK BARBARA PASCOE
Toronto, Ontario Ludington Wyandgtte
Psychology Economics-History Elementary Education
Kappa Delta, vice-presi- Goodrich clubg Forum Alpha Chi Omegag
dentg Psychology clubg clubg German cluhg Ec- Home Economics club,
Freshman c 0 u n c i lg onomics club vice-presidentg Educa.
WAA tion club, secretaryg
AWS boardg Choral so-
cietyg WAAQ YWCA
ROBERT OLSON RICHARD OSCOOD
Shaker Heights, Ohio
Sigma Nug Psychology
clubg Sociology club
Delta Tau Deltag Kap-
pa Mu Epsilong Physics
club, presidcntg Phi
Beta Kappag Omicron
SUE STEVENS Oscoon
Alpha Xi Deltag Alpha
urerg Home Economics
clubg Zeta Epsilon
HENRY PASSENGER CHARLES PAUKSTIS ROSEMARY PEARSON ARLENE PETERSEN MARY JANE POND
Ithaca Ludington Albion Cvrayling Royal Oak
English-Political Science Biology Elementary Education English Elementary Education
Goodrich club, president, Goodrich clubg Band Education clubg Psy- Co ntrib ut orsi cluhg Alpha Xi Deltag Educa
vice-presidentg Pleiadg chology club MSM: Z e t a Epsilon tion club, vice-president,
Albionian Lambdag Campus Relig- Home Economics club,
ious councilg Philosophy
WAAg Choral Society
Zeta Tau Alpha, presi-
dentg Psychology cluhg
Education clubg WAA
hoardg Student eouncilg
GARY RILEY BROOKS ROBERTSON
History-Economics History-Political Science
Sigma Chi, social chair-
mang A clubg Forum
T a u Kappa Epsilon,
pledge trainer, secreta-
ryg Los Hispanistasg
Forum clubg Spanish
Creseents, recording sec
retary, treasurerg Or
chestrag String ensem-
hleg Strin g quartetg
WAAg Education cluhg
Glen Bock, New Jersey
Beta Beta Beta, presi-
dent 3 YMCA, president g
DAVID SCOTT ELIZABILTII SHARON WARREN SILVERTHORN DON SKINNRR
Dearborn Birmingham Albion
Art Economics Economics-Psychology
Kappa Delta, social Sigma Chig Veterans' Delta Tau Dcltag Psy-
C h a i r m a ng Mortar clubg Psychology club ehology clubg Sociology
Boardg Kappa Pig Edu- club
Omieron Delta Kappa
cation club, presidentg
Art club, vice-presidentg
WAAQ YWCAg Senior
class secretaryg Who's
Whog Pleiad, news edi-
torg Albioniang State
women's oratorical con-
test lst prize
CHARLES ROBERTSON GERALD ROCHTE MARTHA ROOF SUE SALM PAUL SCHEIBNER
Dclta Tau Dcltag Eco-
nomics cluhg Psychology
Downers Grove, Illinois
Alpha Tau Omega, Phi
Mu Alpha Sinfonia,
Physics club, Chemistry
club, Choirg Choral so-
Alpha Xi Deltag Home
Economics club, Educa-
tion club, Choir, Carol
Singers, Choral society
Eta Sigma Phi, Alpha
Lambda Deltag YWCA,
NANCY SLACHTA STANFORD SMITH JAMES SNYDER JEAN SPAULDING
Saginaw Detroit Traverse City VAN SUEST
Education Ch6H1iSlfy Speech Grand Rapids
Zeta Tau Alpha. num
WAAg Art cluhg Psy-
chology cluhg Education
club: Bandg Orclu-strap
Delta Sigma Phi, presi-
dentg Thcta Alpha Phi,
prcsidentg Fall Chemis-
try cluhg Albion College
Players, Band, Orches-
trag Cross Country, ln-
terfraternity c ouncil,
president, Chemical Af-
Delta Sigma Phig Theta
Alpha Phi, Albion Col-
lege Players, WANRQ
Kappa Alpha Theta, re-
cording secretaryg Con-
Goodrich clubg Chi Ep-
erg YMCA, lVlSMg Vet-
erans' club, Sociology
Aclubg Education clubg
E coriomics-H istory
Delta Tau Delta, record-
ing secretaryg Forum
clubg Philosophy clubg
A clubg Senior class
treasurerg Speakers' Bu-
reaug lntramural man-
agerg Cross Country
Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-
clubg Philosophy clubg
Psychology clubg Pan-
Alpha Tau Omegag Phi
Mu Alpha Sinfoniag Or-
Bandg Veterans, club
Kappa A l p h a Theta,
v i e e-president, r u sh
Delta Tau Deltag Psy-
chology clubg A elubg
STUART WADDELL JANET WALKER ATARIAN WARD
Dearborn Lansing Chesaning
Economics Elementary Education
Sigma Chi, Psychology Crescents, s e c r et a r yg Education club
Club Theta Alpha Phi, treas-
urerg Albion College
Players, historian 3 Span-
ish clubg Los Hispanis-
tasg Education club
JOHN TSCHUDY JOYCE TWEEDIE WILLIAM VAN DULST KAY VATTER
Park Forest, Illinois Detroit Grand Rapids Detroit
Biology Elementary Education Economics Art
Sigma Nug Chemistry Education clubg Home Sigma Nu, social chair- Contributors'cluhg Kap-
Affiliatesg Philosophy Economics clubg Zeta man, Sociology clubg pa Pig Campus Relig-
clubg Swimmingg A Epsilon Lambda, presi- Psychology club ious council, secretary,
club dent, MSM, secretaryg MSM, treasurer, Art
Choral societyg WAAQ clubg Zeta Epsilon
Student councilg Cam- Lambda
pus Religious council
CORALEE WATTERS LOIS WERNER BARBARA HANDLEY ROBERT WHITECRAFT
Otsego Detroit WHITECRAFT Lansing
Elementary Education Psychology-Sociology Three Rlvefs Psychology
Zeta Tau Alphag Home
Economics clubg Edu-
cation cluhg YWCA,
board, Student council
AWS, recording secre-
taryg WAA boardg Psy-
chology clubg Sociology
club, Choral societyg
Zeta Epsilon Lambdag
Delta Cammag Educa-
tion clubg Home Eco-
nomics clubg Cheerlead-
erg Freshman class sec-
retaryg Junior class vice-
Sigma Nu, rush chair-
mang Psychology club,
Goodrich clubg Albion
College Playcrsg Theta
Alpha Phi, secrctaryg
Spanish club 9 Education
clubg French club
Goodrich club, treasur-
er, Economics clubg
Omicron Delta Kappa,
Forum clubg Albion Col-
lege Players, viee-presi-
dentg Pleiad, business
DAVID WILLIAMS AUDRE WILSON GILBERT WITT PATRICIA WOLFF
Lansing Harrison Grand Rapids Elmhurst, lllinois
A club, secretaryg Span-
ish c 1 u bg Economics
Alpha Chi Omega, pres-
ident, rush chairmang
Mortar Board g Forum
c lu bg Spanish club,
Canterbury clubg Edu-
cation clubg AWS
boardg Who's W h og
Junior class secretary
Tau K a p p a Epsilon,
treasurerg Eco n 0 III i c s
Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha
Omicrong Home Eco-
nomics club, president,
AWS, lst vice-presidentg
Spanish clubg YWCA
boardg WAAg Educa-
tion clubg Panhellenic
oouncil, Bandg Orches-
Home Economics club,
Education club, Zeta
WINTHROP YINGER YVONNI5 YINGER ROGER YTTI-LRBIQRG BRADLEY ZUVER
Theta Alpha Phi, presi-
dent, Choir, presidentg
Carol Singers, Albion
College Players, Wesley
Playersg YMCA cab-
inetg Football, Senior
Horn winnerg George
Bowen Silliman Orator-
ical prizeg Beulah
Champ Drama award
Alpha Lambda Deltag
Le Cenacleg Contribu-
tors' clubg MSM,
YWCA cabinetg Sigma
Alpha Iota, vice-presi-
dent, treasurerg Zeta Ep-
silon Lambclag Choral
Society, Choirg Carol
Singers, AWS boardg
Dean Hall, president
Alpha Tau Olncgag Vct- Delta Tau Delta, corre-
sponding secretary, Ec-
onomics clubg Physics
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
JAMES ASPLIN ROGER GILDERSLEEVE
ANN PARRY BELL
clubg Choirg MSM, Phi
MARY LOU BJORKQUIST
Des Plaines, Illinois
Le Cenacle, secretary
Delta Tau Deltag Beta
Beta Betag Chemistry
ty council, treasurerg
Omicron Delta Kappa
Delta Sigma Phi, vice-
Sigma Nug A clubg Vet-
erans, clubg Football
Alpha Tau Omegag A
clubg Student councilg
Sigma Nu, Veterans'
clubg A clubg Footballg
Zeta Tau Alpha, Sociol-
ogy clubg Philosophy
Alpha Xi Delta, record-
ing secretaryg Education
JULIE PoOsCH R. JEROME TIMMONS
Alpha Xi Delta, pledge
chairmang Kappa Pig
Mortar Boardg Art club,
club, Campus Religious
council, secretaryg Stu-
dent council, secretary,
AWS board, 2nd vice-
presidentg WAA, Who's
Delta Tau Deltag Cross
Country, A clubg Band
Sigma Nu, presidentg
Art clubg A club, treas-
urerg Footballg Trackg
Sigma Nug Sociology
Club, presidentg Cross
Countryg Pleiadg Albi-
Delta Tau Delta, presi-
dentg Kappa Mu Epsi-
long Phi Eta Sigma,
Omicron Delta Kappag
Student councilg lnter-
fraternity council, vice-
class, presidentg A clubg
WhO's Whog Track
MARY ANNE TISCORNIA
Delta Gamma, corre-
sponding secretary 5 Art
Delta Tau Deltag Ger-
man clubg A club, Foot-
Zeta Tau Alphag Forum
club, Y W C Ag WAA
board, Albionian, man-
aging e d i t 0 rg Pleiad,
feature editorg Women's
Handbook, editor, Phi
Delta Tau Delta
Larry S. Cox
Ella .lo Robinson
N aney Thompson
Janet Van Wingen
Demissie Abebe, Roger Affholter, Richard Altherr, Judith Arnold, Harriet Barker,
John Barry, James Beauchamp, Gayle Bergman, Marsha Bradshaw.
Donald Brake, Catherine Breay, Betty Briggs, Sydney Briggs, Edward Brown, Nancy
Brown, Dorothy Carper, Susan Cook, Nancy Cotanche.
Thomas Cranmer, Constance Crockett, Robert Culver, Stephanie Culver, Dale Daniels,
Judith Davis, Anne Densmore, Nancy Dice, Henrietta Dodge.
Betty Eisemann, Barbara Enyart, Beverly Euler, Holly Fall, Robert Fleming, Nancy
Foster, Bruce Foulke, Gene French, Barbara Gardiner.
Nancy Gardner, Barbara Garner, Cicely Glauz, Donna Grindle, Anne Hagen, Lois
Hall, Ann Harrison, Robert Hartwig, Harvey Hawks.
Robert Heckle, Louise Henderson, William Hight, Virginia Hill, Julie Hoffman.
Sharon Hood, Dean Hough, Thomas Howson, Larry Hulce.
Thomas Hunter, Barbara Hurlbut, Allison James, Edward Jones, Sandra Keene,
Roberta Kennedy, William Keskey, Joan Kitley, Sally Klang.
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Leah MacNutt, Lawrence Manning, Gretchen Marsh, John Matthews, Louis Meeks
Anne Miller, Jacqueline Miller, Patricia Miller, Sharon Morlock, Barbara Morris.
Richard Morse, James Nelson, Barbara Nube, David Ogg, Carter Ogle, Carl Oxen-
rider, Judith Packard, Barbara Peters, William Prout, Ellen Purdy.
Fred Ragan, Alan Reed, Gerald Reed, Mary Riblet, Michael Roberts, Marjorie
Robinson, Virginia Robson, Marcia Roush, David Ryder, Rosalyn Schilz.
Gloria Schultz, Donald Shaffer, Lynn Siler, Ruth Smith, Sharron Smith, Henry
Snyder, Donna Spalding, Barbara Sprinkle, Janet Sullivan.
Kay Swan, Shirley Swanson, David Swendsen, Patricia Tabor, Baskoro Tjokroadi-
sumarto, Bryce Treadwell, Jeanette Uhrie, William VanDenburg, Glenna VanderMeer.
Arthur VanDyke, James Van Wagoner, John Weeks, Edward Weiskopf, Judith
Westrate, Carolyn Wood, Norma Woodman, Robert Wright, Marion Yoki.
ROW I: Nancy Adams, Sylvia Agnew, Carol Akey, Jane Allen, Laura Allen,
John Alward, Janet Amerman, Ralph Annis, Drake Atkinson
ROW ll: John Bader, Philip Badour, Robert Baers, William Bake, Mary Ball,
Gary Barnes, Gerard Barnhart, Jeffery Barry, Gladys Baughey
ROW lll: Robert F. Baxter, Robert L. Baxter, Gerald Bazaire, Julianne Bean,
Martha Beatty, Peter Begle, Shirley Bensen
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ROW I: Caryl Bremheck, William Bright, Carol Buckhorough, Nancy Burgess,
ROW ll: Cail Burns, Roberta Burns, Lynn Butler, Ross Calame, Mary Calkins,
Richard Calkins, Margaret Carlson
Row lll: ,lon Carroll, Ruth Casner, Byron Chocola, William Christian, Wil-
liam Chrysler, John Clagett, Nancy L. Clark
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Colwell, Carolyn Conner, Carole Corke, Susanna Cornwell, Charles Coye
ROW V: Carolyn Curtis, Karen Daley, Dan Dalzell, Michael Dant, Ann Davis
David DeBoer, Edwin Deer, Janese Dihle, Judith Dixon
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ROW II: Marilyn Eaton, Ellen Elliott, Kathleen Elliott, Virginia Emmett,
Paula Eschtruth, Frederick Farr, Ann Faulkner
ROW Ill: Nancy Fehsenfeld, Gerald Flanders, Ross Fleming ,Donna Flint,
David Fowler, Barry Fox, Kay Frash
HOW lV: Jeannette French, Ellen Gable, Pamela Gee, Connie George, Loren
Gibbons, Patricia Glackman, William Gnodtke, Julie Goodrich, Marion
ROW V: Sue Goodrich, John Gorman, David Gott, Sandra Green, Patricia
Greenhoe, George Grein, Cynthia Griffin, Sally Grisinger, Carolyn Hallen-
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ROW I: Harold Haller, James Hammond, Mano Hardies, Douglas Hardy,
Nancy Harger, Marylin Harret, Charlotte Harvey, Carolyn Hawn, Forrest
ROW H: Carolyn Heminger, Laura Hendrikson, Susan Henry, William Hess,
Donald Hines, Emery Hinkston, Richard Hintz, Barbara Hockley, William
Row IH: Barbara Hoffa, Benjamin Hoffman, Mary Holcomb, Carol Hollidge,
Roger Hooverman, Roberta Horton Jane Hoshal
ROW IV: Verne Hosal, Barbara Hosley, Lee Hubble, Carolyn Huckle, Earl
Hudson, Judith Hughes, Barbara Hummel
ROW V: David Hunt, Barbara Ilstrup, Paul Irwin, Andrew Jackson, Sandra
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Row I: George Jerome, Kay Johnson, Claudia Johnston, Karen Johnstone,
Betty Jones, David Jones, Judy Jones, Rosalie Jones, Hazeltine Kaines
ROW II: Sharon Kaiser, Margaret Kay, Mary Kay, Nancy Kay, Thomas
K'Burg, Barry Keller, Kathleen Kelley, Glen Kelly, Mary Ann Keyes
ROW III: Colene Kitchen, Clyde Kizer, Sara Kline, Robert KnCPP, Judith
Koch, Charlotte Kollman, John Krafft
ROW IV: Christine Kramer, Sue Kraner, Robert Kribs, Annamae Kuchta,
Sonja Kwis, Bruce Lacey, Janet Langdon
Row V: Carole Lapham, Winlfred Laws, Joanna Leapley, William Lee, Anne
Row I: Mary Lepard, John Lewis, Sally Lewis, Donald Lockwood, Ann
Row ll: Phyllis Long, Patricia Loniewski, Doreen Lovejoy, Donald Lucas,
Ann MacKenzie, Nancy McAuliffe, John McCord
ROW lll: Mary Ellen McCuen, Anita McHenry, Charles Mclntyre, Jeannette
McKee, Jeanette Mange, James Markunas, Jane Marshall
Row IV: Marie Martz, Marilyn Mayhew, Barbara Maynard, Mary Meister,
William Meister, Sheila Menoch, Joanne Merrell, Jane Meserve, James
ROW V. Marilynn Miller, Mary Lou Miller, Patricia Moffitt, Mary Moore,
Ethel Moreland, Donald Morris, Cairine Morrow, Martha Morton, Barbara
ROW I: Marilynn Munt, Mary Muntz, James Myerb bylvia Ncahr Marxm
ROW ll: Barbara Norman, JoAnn Oakes. Linda O'Conner, Patricia Odell
David Ohman, David Osberg, Robert Page
Row Ill: Robert Paige, Ralph Pardington, Frederic Pass, James Patmoa
Allan Pendorf, Sara Penzotti, Linda Peterson
Row lV: Sally Pfcil, Arlene Phillips, Richard Pittard, James Place, Harvey
Pranian, James Prichard, Nancy Probst, Peter Pullon, Catherine Rader
Row V: Karen Ralston, Guy Ramsdell, Mary Raymond, Barbara Reed, Mary
Reed, William Reeves, Thomas Rehn, JoAnn Reynolds, Richard Rice
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ROW l: Lora Lee Richards, Carol Richardson, Ross Richardson, Garth Richey,
Paul Rimer, Barbara Ritter, Gary Robertson, Nancy Robinson, Mary Rode-
Row ll: John Rogers, Richard Rogers, Scott Ross, Mary Lou Roth, Carole
Rudd, Carole Rudert, Cary Russell, Stuart Rutter, Patricia Sanders
ROW Ill: John Scales, Grace Scavone, William Schanck, Janet Schellig, Rita
Schiffer, Gary Schirs, Mary Schlolf
ROW IV: Clara Schmid, Jeanne Schmidt, Marily Schoenhals, Max Schwandt,
Sharon Selleck, Julia Shaw, Richard Sheldon
Row V: Katharine Shrader, Carol Simmons, Frank Simonds, Sandra Sinke,
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ROW I: Anne Smith, Beverly Smith, Deborah Smith. Erma Smith, ,lmlith
Smith, Richard Smith, Ronald Smith, Warren Smith, Taylor Snow
ROW ll: Janet Sokup, William Solms, Julia- Sparks, Matthew Spumzs-, George
Spenecr, Neil Spengler, Roger Spezzano, Lowell Spry, Michael Starling
Row III: Phyllis Steels-, Sheila Str-verls, .lunvt SIQWOIIIIHII, liarliara Stewart,
Ann Stocking, Conrad Stover, Kdfllfifll Strayer
Row IV: Joanne Streit, Susan Strong, Sll'IJlll,'ll Swan, Ronald Swift, Karen
Taggart. Paul Tarr, Lois Taylor
Row V: Nancy Thellmann, Carol Tllf0Op, Melody Todd, James Tortelli, Mary
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ROW l: Richard Tur
k, William Turnbull, Richard Turner, James Walker,
Row ll: James Waller, Anna Walter, Frederick Walters, Linda Wamsley,
Stanley Warner, Joyce Weeman, Donna Weiskopf
, eston, Brian Westrate,
Wendy Wheeker, Patricia White, Linda Wilcox
I: Martin Weiss, Sonia Wert Elizabeth W 1
IV: Richard Wilcox, Patricia Wilkins, David Williams, Suzanne Wvil-
liams, Edward Wilson, James Wilson, Janet Wilson, Lee Wollgast, Ann
Row V: .lack Wood,
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Wylie, James Wyse, Carol Zimmerman, Suzanne Zimmerman, Carol Zinn
Judith Wood Carol Woodard R ld
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IM-lla Sigma Phi prim--xsixixiingr fratvrnity float
"Mr, Rmb' fr-"
1- pvp rallx
Qlwn-n uwarlis trophies In winning organizations
Alpha Tau Omega prize-Winning house decoration
Albion vs. Olivet
Seaton hall prize-Winning independent float 4'Li'l
Queen is crowned by Student council president
goodrich memorial chapel
october 13, 1956
Dr. Lawrence and Dr. Krcsgu lay the cornerstone
Dr. Whitehouse, Bishop Reed, Dr. Lawrence, Dr. Kresge, Mr. Brigham
Frederick Goodrich lV
Architecfs plans of Goodrich Memorial chapel
Spectators at cornerstone laying Mr. Sharp, Dr. Babbitt, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Wright, Mrs. Riddell
Concrrt lmaml liolrls practicv outdoors Seniors await tlw hbig Ill0lIIl"fll.,
Tall Kappa Epsilon takvs first place' in fralvrnity lin-clivation ilinnvr of tlw llorotliy Nlvyillif
quarlvl sing dining. hall. Ss-ptr-iiilwi' fl. 1956
llluil time in w0invn's ilormilory Signui Chi lh-rlmy ilay
lr! cxllilmil fcuturvs 1110110111 crafts uf Mvxicco P1'l,"g2.llllK' pup rally
Dr. and Mrs. Whilclmusc 1-utcrtain sa-niors at tlwir hmm- SYllClII'0IliZl'7flSWil1l1I1l,'1'h prrrscnt annual swim show'
IFC ball I.l"21llll'l'S lllulmly Nlu1'1'0u uml llif haml Sllirlvy Swanson. Miss 5lil'hiQ1b111195fl
"Hanging of ilu: Harvevsl Vivrcallxv lry the AWS
SIM,'l'lTil dc-partnwnt holds discussion on foruigti-
Sludvuls in lim accounting, lalm
iJk111ill'iil,'l1il' council holds open house before
Hand pi-rfnrnls al, half-timu
Crm-sting spc'aka'1's for sp:-vcll llf'I!3l'ilIIt'Ili discus-
fion. "What .Nholit Fore-ign Aid?"
buff l.1Ill1- 5l1'Ill0l'lill fum! '-llllllr-UIB Ilr. ?uL1I'Qlil'l'l
1X1l'LlfI. Ilotml i1IllIlI'0IN1IllQi!-I
'Nlorlar liuarzl. Sl'IliOI' VHPIIIUIIHS llurmrury, laps nul-
rlElIl1liIlgjl1lliUI'h in Huy
Rvuislralion ul' ml'us,wcliv1: stuflvnls 011 "Mm-L-illw
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Stuflcuts talk with Sir 124-ufI'rm-5 auml Lauly KL-ylws
following ll7l'llll'1' on William lllakn-
IIi'CIpr1-siflf-nt, Stanford Smith. vrowns Crock
G01llIl'FS.Jll4Iilll Kovh, at IFC ball
student governing bodies
Row l: Dr. Carter, Y. :xtlHlllS, Doolcn, Church, J. HI: Jewell, Cowles. R. Russell, Lynani, Hildclnlarld,
Pooscli, Shipp, Mr. Pollardg Row ll: Garner, Jamie- Kristen, Sprinkle, 15.31orris,D. Greeuhoe.
son, Watters, J. Clark, Lindberg, Jenkins, Tweedicg Row
To lnect the needs of the students in their relation-
ships with the faculty and administration. the student
council has served as a representative group lmringing any
and all prolmlerns to the attention of the persons involved.
With Collyer Church as president. the council work-
ed to lietter relations with other MIAA schools. sponsor-
ed the all-Campus social event series. supervised the
showing of the Cineguild movies and contributed finan-
cially to the foreign student fund and to the Nancy Bal-
lard lVlcinorial fund.
Actixities ol liig Three weekend were a part ol the
councilis planning as were the informal dance sessions
held in the student center throughout the year.
Reaching all students, faculty and administration
was the proposal ol the honor code at Alliion college. Sur-
veys were taken and opinions voiced on the proposal, still
in the preliminary stages of planning.
Also serving as ollieers were Dennis lloolen. vice-
president: julie Poosch, recording secretary: Virginia
Adams. corresponding secretary. and lioliert Shipp,
Row l: J. Le-pard, Vattcr, Coo
loy, Hamscy, A. Petersen, Dr
Clue,-ck, Row ll: Harding, Cos
low. O'l3rian. ll. Scott, Uvnsmorc
Twccclic, Scliclb, ROW lll: ,I
campus religious council
The purpose of the Campus Religious council is to
'tact as a correlating body for religious organizations, to
aid the growth of interest in these organizations and to
encourage the Christian philosophy of life among the
students of Albionfi
Under the leadership of Richard Cooley, president,
the CRC sponsored two all-campus Worship services-
one at Christmas and the other at Easter. They also work-
The publications council is the governing body
which supervises the publication ol the Albionian, Pleiad,
and Campus directory. It directs the staffs and the ed-
itorial policies for these student publications.
The council handles the finances of the Pleiad and
the Albionian which are obtained through advertising
and subscription. lt is also responsible for the adminis-
tration of a program of publicity and public relations in
connection with these two publications.
Faculty members ol the organization are appointed
by the administration, and the student members are
elected by vote of the student body. These members elect
the editor-in-chief. managing editor and business man-
ager of the Pleiad as well as the editor-in-chief, associate
editor and business manager of the Albionian.
This yearis president was Ronald Pugsley. He was
assisted by Mr. Robert Cildart. vice-president: Virginia
Alcini, secretary. and Mr. l.cslie Engstrom, treasurer.
ed extensively through the Foreign Student committee
with the eighteen foreign students on campus. The CRC
was also responsible for the five Religion-ls-Life pro-
grams, the WCS drive and the faculty firesides held
throughout the year.
The other oliicers included Alfred Bamsey, vice-pres-
identg Kay Vatter, secretary, and John Leppi, treasurer.
How lf: Mr. Gildart, Pugsley, Mr. Engstrom, Row
ll: DeVinney, Foltz, Dr. Irwin, Alcini.
Pooscli, Packard, Lindberg, Bor-
land, ll. Swan, Howard, Latham.
How l: Mrs. llEll'lllllQ.Jll1'li50Il,
l.aml1. llrooks, Xlr. llaleinlisg
liow Il: llarnard, llonner, Clag-
etl. llelloer, Tarr, J. Wyse.
The function of the Seaton Hall eommittee is to di-
reet dorinitory activities.
The Seaton llall committee was led hy David laillllb,
president: Philip llrooks, sports chairman, and Andrew
jackson, social chairman.
Seaton Hall won the independent menis trophy for
liow l: Werner, ,l. Poosell, P. Crandall, Wolll, Miss
Wilderg How ll: Britton, liddy, Dodge, Sturm, Whitten-
lvergerg Row lllz Caton, Ballard, Magatti, Y. Yinger,
their lloat "Lil, Ahnerw in the llomecfoming parade. Oth.
er aetivities of the year ineluded tiso house parties, a
dormitory Christmas party. the annual faculty tea and
partieipation in intramural sports.
The Seaton Hall committee also gained recognition
for independent men lmy the Student eouneil and donated
money to the Nancy Ballard lVlemorial fund and the For-
eign Student fund. Mr. Charles llaleiulis and lVlrs. Ha-
ehel llarding were the groupis advisors.
The Association of Women Students, as the name im-
lrlies. is a group of self-governing women representing the
female student lmorly in all matters concerning dormitory
living lioth socially and seholastieally.
lt is a group of students aware ol the qualities of
leadership in many of the nomen students as emphasiz-
ed in its annual leadership dinner. It is a group aware
ol tradition and formality indieated ln the Hanging ol'
the llarrest Wreath eaeh lall and the informal afternoon
teas known as the "Cookie jar" hours.
The group is aware ol the nieeties of life as it ree-
ognizes lmirthdays at a speeial dinner and provides nens-
papers and magazines for eaeh ol' the dormitories, annex-
es, and eooperative living houses.
This year the AXVS hoard proxided milk lor nomen
students during final exam xseelx lor that extra xitality so
neeessary to pass those "tough" linals.
All nomenis aetixitifs during llig 'lihree neelx end
mire planned ln' them as were the dormitory deeorations
and eontests at Christmas lime.
l'residenl ol this yearis group was l'atrieia Crandall,
while Patricia Wollf served as lirst viee-president, ,lulie
l'ooseli as sceond viee-president. lrois Werner as record-
ing seeretary. ,lo Ann Britton as eorresponding secretary
and lVlareia Caton as treasurer.
llow l: tl o n nl o s. Xpplcliy.
llcsslcr. X n go x c. xv001llllII'Ilt,',
Sonrs. .l. ,Nlillcrg How ll: Koe-
tller. Cummings. Henman. Vlvolfl,
lllllllltli. lltllttlltt. Lartcr, .l.
Panhellenic council is a group of representatives
lrom each of the seven sororities on campus hound to-
gether to coordinate the functions of these groups.
This is the group that sets the standards by which
each sorority functions. With the aid of Miss Audrey K.
Vlfilder, Dean of women, the fall rush schedule is plan-
ned in minute detail. Also, new Women students are in-
troduced to these respective social groups by an open
house planned hy the Panhellenic council.
ln addition to these activities, the council awards a
scholarship to each of two worthy sorority women on
campus. As philanthropic projects the council sponsors a
Creek war orphan and distrilmutcs clothing to needy Al-
Highlighting the activities ol the lnterlraternity
council this year was the ll7C Hall held Jan. 2. At inter-
mission. dancers turned their attention from the music
ol liuddy lVlorrowis orchestra to Stanford Smith. council
president. who crowned the Creek Goddess. Judith Koch.
The IFC sets up rushing dates and schedules which
are sulmjcct to the approval of the chapters. This year the
council sponsored the exchange dinners.
- . w
Ufllcers are elected for hall-year terms. rlhc cxccu-
tivc hoard ol the first semester consisted ol ,lamcs Hilde-
hrand. president: james Pauli. vice-president: james
Brow n. secretary. and Richard lilardas. treasurer. Assist-
ing Smith during second semester were Jerome Timmons.
vice-president: ltoliert Riley. secretary. and Thomas
One of the outstanding social events of the year is
the Panhellenic ball sponsored by the council with the
cooperation of the inemlwcr groups.
Presiding over the group this year was Winilred
Angove. with secretary, Judith Vlfoodlmurne, and treasurer,
Patricia Pearsall Hcssler.
How l: lilardas. Hildelirand. Pauli. J. llrown, Dean Spran-
delg How ll: Riley, Sliipp. 'llltt1tItUl1S, T. llcclierg Row
lll: Scliermer. Winger, S. Smith. Otzinan.
How I: Zillel, lilfler. Mr. Mor-
ris, Mr. Tails, Ur. Moore, Dr.
Whitehouse, Johnson, DeRosa,
l'rovw-neeg Row Il: Watts, P.
llarris, l.. llnmpllrey, H. Humph-
rey, lluslman. Cuy. Kaiser, liell-
more, Nlunk, li. Webber, Geiger,
ll. Nlorris. H. Chapman, Hier-
phi beta kappa
The Michigan Beta chapter of Phi Beta Kappa was
established at Albion college in 1940. Albion is one of
three schools in this state to have a chapter of this oldest
and most distinguished of national honorary scholastic
The goal of Phi Beta Kappa is to encourage scholar-
ship in the liberal arts. The annual spring election ol
senior men and women is based upon character and schol-
Ollicers were Dr. Willialii Gilbert, presidentg Miss
Isolde llenninger, vice-president, and Mr. David D.
lfighteen senior men and women were elected to rep-
resent Alliion college in the 1956-57 edition of c'Who's
Who Among Students in American Universities and Col-
legesfi Scholarship. leadership, character, service and
extra-curricular activities formed the basis for selection.
Final choice of students who had been nominated by
the sororities, fraternities and independent groups was
made by the llean and the Student council.
The main purpose of the group is recognition of stu-
dents vvho have made outstanding contributions to cam-
How l: llanlin, ia" '
Sharon. lleifou. lloolen, llur
gess: Hon ll: llaton. Cooley
Church. 'liimmons, llannelt, Lea
xy, Jenkins. Pooseh: Nor ru:
'rilninz llrulmaker, Kristen, A
nett. Kristvn. Mr. Spranklc: liow
ll: Nlr. Pollard, flllllI'l'll. lloolcn.
Late last spring, eight junior women were tapped in-
to Mortar Board, national women's honorary. The W0-
men, who serve during their senior year, are selected on
the basis of leadership, scholarship, and service in cam-
Mortar Board raises money each year to contribute
to the Sue Little Memorial Fund. The fund, which is
used to bring outstanding speakers to the campus,
brought Dr. Margaret Mead, internationally famed per-
sonality, to Albion in March. Dr. Mead addressed the
student body in chapel and a womenis evening convoca-
Julie Poosch was president of the organization this
year and Marcia Caton was vice-president. Other offi-
cers were Audre Wilscmri, secretary, Karen Hall, treas-
urer, Sharon DeCou, historian, Elizabeth Sharon, editor,
Carolyn Carr, projects chairman, and Lestra Hanlin,
special occasions chairman. Sponsors were Miss Jose-
phine Dunn, Mrs. Vernon Bobbitt, and Miss Elsie Munro.
J. l,0USQ'll, Calon. Mi:-as llunn,
llow ll: Carr, llailiou, Sharon,
omicron delta kappa
Omicron Delta Kappa, national men's leadership
honor society admits junior and senior men each year
who have been outstanding in two of the five phases of
campus life. The five fields considered for election are
scholarship, athletics, student government and social
and religious organizations, publications, and speech,
music and the dramatic arts.
Omicron Delta Kappa brings together the most rep-
resentative men in all phases of college life for the pur-
pose of recognizing them and to inspire the underclass-
men along similar lines. This year in the spring a dis-
cussion with Mortar Board took place.
Serving as officers during the year were Karl Kris-
ten, president, John Hannett, vice-president, and Dr. Paul
H. Carnell, secretary-treasurer.
How l: Ur. llcnrlrickson. llan-
innnons, Jenkins, Dr. Carter.
How I: Miss Munro, A. Wilson,
lion I: Nlr. l'ollurtI. lhigslvy.
Xri-. iillflallttlt. Svliinii-lwnln-x'g4,
ltnigi-r. llvlwlwrz lion Il: Nissa-
inun. Fliullm-r. llill'lH'Ill4'I'. Kann-
IlIl'I'l. Kr-nl. 'l'4'rry. 1Ioxfor.l,
l'1':1l'4'f'. .l. lui lor.
phi e'ra sigma
l'l'ii Ifta Siglinu. national honorary society which Plans worn licgun to establish at llrcsli:min-opurulecl
strives to proinotc good strholarship among freshman fl1i0l'il15I SySiClllillillCl'l0l'Il1ilU1'y.
invn. tuppt-fl lrm-slnnan nn-n in the spring who had a 2.5 Ullltfltrs for the' yvar ifvvrc Willialil Pearce, prcsiclcntg
m,lN,m,I,mc1.agC. Joseph Taylor, vice-president: l'rank Sassanian, secre-
taryg Rolwrt Terry, treasurer. and john Krsul, historian.
How I: ltr. Xllison. S. llootl, linyurtg How ll: Dr.
on. N lfo-In-r, llil11Q'I1. Robson, Miss l'lt'11llll1Qll'1'Q tion'
lll: llulv, l'vtt-rs. litnnvron. llurl-zartl.
alpha lambda delta
ln orclvr to prolnott- Ingh SI'llUlilSlll' ilt'llll'X'4'IIlClll anil
higlwr stanmlarrls ol lvurning aniong lrvslnnun isolncn.
tliirlvon XNOINPII who attuinvxl 2.5 svliolaslif' avmwagc for
tlw first SCIIICSICI' ol thvir il'l'Sllllt2lIl your wvrv 1'0t'1'ivctl
into Alpha lnnnlulu llcltu. lrvshinan WOIIICII-S honorary
Continuation ol at tutoring progrnni. tht- annual
Slltilfly party for lrushnn'n who ntl,z1inc'4l qualifying ax-
Hagics nl lltifl-IPFIHS anrl tht- annual spring tra honoring
giumltlatiiig seniors losturctl tht- olvjm-tivo of this incnilwrs.
Ollicvrs wort' SIIPITN lloorl. prvsirlvnt: l'iarliara lfny-
art. xivo-prvsiclvnt: Annu llugt-n. svr-rotary: Virginia
liolison. ll't'ilSUl'0l'. anfl Nillliv lfostor. historian. Aclvisors
iscrt- Miss lsolmlt- llc-nningcr. llr. lVlury Allison and Ur.
Holwrtsmi, li. Wliitccrall. lou-
rorg, J. Kelly, C. Bower, Dr.
Sinirallg How ll : Print-ing,
Hyl ll lx l ll
Jucklc, Laidlaw, Srhwink, Van
Dulsx. Patrick, P. Harris, Ten-
nant, Y. Foster, Di-ckcr, Hanlinq
tow lll: Wrislcy, Ccrtz, R.
Pearson. Nash, 'l'. licckcr, Malt-
on. C. Yivlamore, Werner, Ycrry,
Nlurphy, Nl c i d c l l. McKinsey,
Sprunli, Nl. Lewis. Poole.
Leading the Education club this year were Elizabeth
Sharon, president, Mary ,lane Pond, vice-president, Bar-
bara Pascoe, secretary, and William Lacker, treasurer,
with Dr. Eleanor T. McLaughlin and Dr. Thomas Carter
as faculty advisors.
The Education club provides teachers in training
practical experience in working together, covering all
phases of elementary and secondary education. Programs
for the year have centered around science, art and psy-
chological testing. Conrad Naihan, Department of Mental
Health, talked on the Held of science. A senior tea was
held in May.
How l: Dr. ll:-sion, Dr. Mc-
can. Rice, ll. l.cc, Konarslci,
1 c, ecw. Slacila, R. i son,
How l: K. llall, Carr, Watters,
Lacks-r, Pond, Sharon, Pascoe,
llaldwin, Jewell, Nicholas, ROW
ll: P. lirown, Spiller, M. Wood-
ward, M. Smith, Hcsslcr, Hecke,
Blunden, Whitney, Woodman, N.
Brown, G. Howcr, Enyart, Sal-
niong How lll: Sturm, Burnside,
,l. Kelly, Cameron, Schlichting,
Uilirian, Mclacod, Wolff, Church-
ill, Hollnian, Hoof, C. Baldwin,
llrcay, Bailey, Row lV: Sprunk,
Cavanaugh, Vattcr, Rice, Alcini,
lJeCou, Nair, R. Pearson, Caton,
S. Spaulding, Wrisley, Twecdie,
Charles Robertson presided over the meetings of
the Psychology club, whose purpose is to stimulate inter-
est and to foster participation in all aspects of psychology.
A visit to the State Mental Hospital in Kalamazoo
and the Coldwater Hospital for Mentally Deficient Chil-
dren highlighted the year's activities.
Mr. Cordon Fuller, Director of Counselling, Jackson
State Prison, was included among the guest speakers.
Other club officers were Robert Whitecraft, vice-
president, and Suzan Verry, secretary-treasurer. Dr. ,lo-
seph Heston, Dr. Maurice McLean and Dr. Dorothy Sim-
rall were faculty advisors.
How l: ,l. llavis. llr. Allison,
Null, llranl. Hailey, Miss Krug-
ness, S. Sniitlig Row II: llritlon,
Calon. .l. Xlelmoml. llowson. Whit,
ney. XV2.llSWOI'lll, Lee, J. Miller,
The purpose of the French elulx is to develop an in-
creased knowledge ol French lift- and customs and to
provide an opportunity for conversation and the use of
the French language.
At various meetings this year the lfreneh elulm par-
ticipated in French games and songs. viewed llr. ,lustin
L. Glathartls slides of his trip to France and enjoyed a
special Christmas party depicting Christlnas in a lfreneh
The ollicers for the year were lltlftlllly Hailey. presi-
dent: Wfillard Grant. vice-presidentg Marilyn Crandell,
secretary . and james Nutt, treasurer.
The tsso-fold purpose of the German Club is to learn
more of the German culture and to improve speaking
know ledge of the German language.
Activities of the clulw for the past year included a
round talmle discussion of Germany by people who had
visited there last summer. the selling of German calen-
dars. a Christmas party for the department and faculty
guests. a hook auction of 150 German hooks, a talk by
Mr. Vernon Bolmliitt on German contemporary art and
the annual picnic and election in May.
Faculty advisor was Miss Isolde Henninger and of-
fieers for the year were Eugene Becker, presidentg Judith
Jamieson. vice-presidentg john Marvin, secretary, and
Gerald U'l3rien, treasurer. David Allen was honorary
Henninger, Marvin, Becker, ,la
lnieson. U. Uilirien. Goslow. C0
Ianehe. Busehg How ll: .l. Hell
man. llroileriek. Peterson, List
Krsul. Purslow, ll. Allen. Kam
inert. Lindberg. P. Miller, H
Kuehta, N. Foster: Row III
son. Cliavarry, Hyder.
Row I: Voss. Pajunk, Miss
Storey. llippel, Worcester, Cross,
C. Miller. li. Holmerts, Stone
Sassaman, St'llll21ClikTIllJ0l'g, Han-
How l: Wllitncy, Dr. Kcllcr
llr. Allison, Ncllllcr, K. Hall, J
Nlclmofl. Grant. Miss Wfllllilfljllllb
Ur. llillarflg Row ll: Larirne
Sponsoring the campus showing of the Him 'tllon
Quixote" highlighted this year's activities for the Spanish
club. Other programs included a joint meeting with the
Art cluh. viewing art and art crafts of Guatemala, and a
display of Spanish and South American handiwork at
era sigma phi
Eta Sigma Phi, national honorary classical fraterni-
ty, was organized to foster an appreciation of the lingu-
istic conipleteness of the ancient Creek and Latin tongues
and to develop an awareness of the importance of the an-
cient classical cultures as a whole.
Officers for the year were Ronald Pugsley, president,
Sue Salrn, vice-president: Dorothy Bailey, secretary,
Priscilla Appleby, treasurer, and Donald Shaffer. his-
torian. lVlr. 0. F. Bale was faculty advisor.
Requirements for membership in the club include a
major or minor in the classics department, a 2-point av-
erage in the department, and a 1.5 over-all average.
Ollicers were Karen llall, president, lVlary Nelfncr,
vice-president: Judith lVlcLeod. secretary, and Willa1'd
Grant, treasurer. lVliss Alice Vlfhitconlb was faculty ad-
Row I: Mr. Bale, Pugslcy, Appleby, ROW II: Shaffer,
Clayton, ,Petr-rs, Lawrence, Bow-
crsox, Carpenter, Woochuan, Mor-
rison, Xr2l11flt'1'lyll?l?1', Lee, Nair, L.
Taylor, Row Ill: Rice, S.
Spaulding. J, Sullivan, Salmon,
llropliy, Cameron, N. Brown,
llcnsmorc, E ny a r t, Harding,
IA'2ll'll. Sharon. .l. Pooscli, Far-
ougli. Hhs-rring, Miss Fowl:-rg
Row Il: K. llrown. Vattcr, Loo,
Kcndcigh, Chalkcr, C. Bower,
Koctlic-r: Row III: Nair. Tiscor-
nia. Y. Clit-vk. Sclicrnn-r. Work-
man. X. xtdanis. l'm-14-rs.
ltow lt Mr. liolylyitt, Nlr.
Activitics ol thc Art clulm this ycar yycrc dircctcd lay'
.lulic Poosch. president. Other olliccrs wcrc llay Far-
rough. secretary. and Richard Hicks. trcasuror. lfacully
advisors are Mr. Vernon liolilyitt. Miss Constancc lfoyylcr.
and Mr. Richard La-ach.
The cluli again sponsorcd its annual on-nt. ilu- Sidi--
walk Art sale in tht- spring. Art cluly sponsorcd thc stu-
dent art gallcry' in Baldwin Hall wlioro studcnt work is
cxhiliited throughout the ycar. Uthcr actiyitics includcd
rcgular monthly nicctings. niovics. and an annual spa-
This year Sir Ccolfrcy Kcyncs. rcnowncd lccturcr
and authority on Williaiii Blake-. was lcaturcd spcakcr in
the Art-Film lecture series.
home economics club
lindcr tht- lcadcrsliip ol Patricia Wolll. prcsidcnt.
thc llonic lficononiics clulm maintained and sponsored ac-
tiy itics to stiniulatc intcrcst in the prolcssional and horne-
niaking aspccts ol that field.
lncludod in their yearly program nero a panel dis-
cussion hy four graduate students from Michigan State
tinivcrsity. a hat demonstration by Mrs. H. Vilerner from
llotroit and a talk demonstration on the "Art of Beingrm
lmy a Powors' model. ln May. the cluli gavc the annual
llridcsi Tca for all brides of the inimediatv future and
also scyycd the "A" awards on the athletic blankets award-
cd to athlctcs at tlw Honors' t'UIlYUCE:1liUll.
Uthcr officors of thc cluh wero Barhara Pascoe. ricc-
prcsident: Patricia Crandall. secretaryg Judy' Butler,
lt't"ilSl1I'Gl'. and Joyce Whittcnherger. ways and means
chairman. Miss Virginia Rcnshayy was the club advisor.
How l: 'Xliss Hodgcrs. lit
tioakcs: How III: 'l'wot-:lit-,
llntlcr, Pascoc. Wolff, P. C1 n
tlall, Miss licnsllaw. Dr. Xlorii
Row ll: llanliii. A. Milli-r, D114
Nicolson. U. llowcr. Brandt. lla
lard. IJ o n n i s. Pond. Root
It a l d w i n. M. Woodward. 1
Wood. llcsslcr. Gurdjian, Co
Eulcr, llcclwr. Purdy, Whit in
hart, Kucllta, Mr. Ciltlart.
Cou, M. Matthews, P. Harrisg
o I O
The purpose of the Contributors, club, an English
honorary, is to foster creative writing.
Monthly meetings have included outside speakers
on various phases of literature.
The club's major project is the sponsoring of a ser-
ies of movies each of which is adapted from an outstand-
ing literary work. This year HMidsummer Night's
llreainfi Wfhe Green Pasturesfl '4Les Miserablesfj and
Wllhe Late George Apleyl' were shown.
The club ollicers were Sharon lJeCou, presidentg
Marilyn Matthews, vice-presidentg Patricia Harris, sec-
retary, and Carol Hobart, treasurer. Dr. Joseph Irwin
served as the club's advisor.
alpha ph: gamma
Alpha Phi Gamma is a national honorary journal-
istic fraternity which serves to recognize individual abil-
ity and achievement in journalistic pursuits in colleges
and universities, to serve and promote the welfare of the
college through journalism, to establish cordial relation-
ships between the students and members of the profes-
sions, and to unify in a fraternal way congenial students
interested in journalism.
Members are chosen on their individual ability and
must have worked on either the Pleiad or Albionian.
Chosen for membership this year were Sharon DeCou,
Carol Hobart, Rosemary Kuchta and Marilyn Matthews.
Faculty members are Mr. Robert Cildart, Dr. Joseph J.
Irwin, Mr. Anthony Taffs and Mr. Paul R. Trautman.
The fraternity has no officers and no organizational
function on the Albion campus.
How I: llr. Irwin, Nl21illll'WS,
1-Coug Row ll: Mr. Tails, llo-
How l: Dr. lrwin, Vatter, Dc-
ROW ll: Ronin:-s, Coslow, Ho-
bart, Rustad, Quigley, Van Socst,
'ulh. Wilkinson. llolyarl, llcmaray
Sharon DeCou, editor-in-chief, headed the stall of
the Allmionian this year. She was aided by Carol Hobart.
associate editor: Faye Wilkirxsori, managing editorg Mary
ljllcn Heath. copy cditorg Robert Demaray, sports editor,
and members of the news writing class. Roger Mills serv-
cd as business manager, assisted by Robert Bower, assist-
ant lmusiness manager. Mr. Leslie Engstrom and Mr. Holm-
ert Cildart ix ere faculty advisors.
Work started last summer when the layout and dc-
sign of the hook were planned. The first job upon return
to Allwion in the fall was to photograph individuals for
class pictures and to photograph the various campus
Vlfhcn photography was nearly finished. copy writers
lwgan to work. ln March copy was sent to the printer.
Engraving proofs and copy proofs were combined to
make a dummy from which the hook was printed. The
hook was scnt to the binders to he trimmed and bound
in early May. Late in May the finished 1957 Albionian
Sharon Dr-Con, editor-in-chief
lloxwr. Xlr. tlildurl, Mr. Engstrom, H. Hills
Nlr. llildart. R. Kuchta,
Willadsen. Nl. Smith,
rilyn Xlatthews. editor-in-ehiel'
5EA'1'Iiu: li. Miller, gi. Miller
R. Langdon. Kuehta. Norman
Bradshaw: ST'-XNIIJINILZ S. Cook
Da,-nsmore. Sullivan. Kitlcy
Appearing weekly, the Albion College Pleiad is a
student publication containing news and features of earn-
pus and town events of interest to Albion students. Ed-
itor-in-ehiel this year was Marilyn Matthews. Other stail
nienilmers were Rosemary Kuchta, managing editor:
Charles Willaclseli, advertising nianagcrg Donald lVlalton,
sports editorg Marcia Smith, news editor, and Jean
Spaulding Van Soest, feature editor. Faculty advisors for
the pulrlieation were Mr. Hohert Gildart and Mr. Leslie
liaeh week students from the journalism class were
assigned a Wheat" and began collecting and writing news
to he handed in Tuesday altcrnoon. On Tuesday iillll
Wedriesclay' evenings the stall and copyreaders worked in
the Pleiad othce writing headlines and eheeking copy.
while the editor planned the layout. The finished prod-
uct. often Nhot from the pressf' was waiting for Alhion
students Friday noon.
lion I : Sliaflvr. l'uggslc-y.
S1TllIl2:lt'lit'lllH'I'g, lllflllllilll, 'lla-
toolvs, Workman, Hit-ks, Dr.
Munkg Row Il: liist-mann, A.
Peterson, Cooley, Hoosc, Tschu'
dy, lf, Jones. llowartl. Hustafl,
How lll: l.. lfrlwarcls. liivll. ll.
Wilson, liorlantl, W'ells. llalnsey,
Leading the Pliilosopliy clulv this yoar wt-ro llino
Tatooles, president, and lilizahotli Hcuinan, secretary-
treasurcr. The purpose ol tht- clulm is to further tht- "phil-
Guest speakcars included llr. llvnry S. Leonard. who
spoke on "Fu-edoni and l3ontlagc," and Joan lionarski,
who discussed her visit to the Far liast. The year was
highlighted hy the annual spring picnic.
Dr. Arthur W.Mu11k was club advisor.
A trip to Detroit with Wayne State lfniversity
School of Social Vlfork students acting as hosts highlight-
ed thv program of the Sociology clulm this year.
A visit to a Negro church for dinner and a group dis-
vussion on t-urrvnt social pi-obtains took place in lYOY6ID-
The annual picnic was held in the spring.
.ludy Baur was presidcntg Ita Sloan, vice-president,
and Sofia Condos, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Charles Swan
and llr. Panos Hardis were faculty advisors.
Haur, Sloan, Wernerg ROW H
Row I: Dr. Bardis, Sours
Bartlis, Carr, Patrick, C. Roberts
N. Harrisg HOW IH: M. Bald
win, Nubu, Scheihncr, J. Walters
lnvestigation and discussion of current internation-
al relations questions is the purpose of the Forum clulfs
monthly meetings. These gatherings include student
programs and guest experts in the international relations
This year a political debate was held with the two
state chairmen, John Feikens and Emil Slateler.
ln March the club joined the economics and sociol-
ogy club in a conference entitled wllhe Press as a Social
Club leaders were Ronald Pugsley. presidentg Doug-
las Black, vice-president, and Carol Bollman, secretary-
Row l: Gottlieb, Gutheric
Doolen, Jenkins, Aris, Mr. Eng
-tromg Row Il: Dr. Branch, Will
adsen, Zuver, C. Robertson, Witt
Hr. Arisg Row Ill: D. Jones,
Burnham, Pajunk, J. Clark, W
Row I: Mr. Pollard, Dr. Hend-
rickson. Angove, Pugslcy, Black,
Mr. Ramrnelkanip, Dr. James,
Row ll: A. Wilson, K. Balciulis,
Doolen, Borland, Pajunk, G.
Martin, Wilkinson, Mac?-rthurg
ROW Ill: Silverthorn, Church,
Willadsen, F. Hicks, Steverman,
Nlikus, Jenkins, T. Coalwell.
The Economics club, departmental honorary, was
organized to create and further interest in the field of
economics, and to gain additional knowledge and ex-
perience in this field. Monthly meetings introduced
speakers from various fields of husiness to discuss their
lines of work.
The club joined with clubs of other departments to
sponsor hoth the vocational conference and the social
science conference. A fall trip to Detroit where the De-
troit Free Press and the Michigan Bell Telephone Co.
were visited and a spring trip to visit the Lansing indus-
tries were part of the year's activities.
Officers of the group were Edmund Jenkins, presi-
dentg Dennis Doolen, vice-president, Lynnwood Aris, sec-
retary, and Thomas Cutherie, treasurer. Mr. E. Maynard
Aris, Dr. Maurice Branch, Mr. Leslie Engstrom and Mr.
J. W. Polk served as club advisors.
Row l: Dr. Chickoring, llr.
Chen, L4-avy, Conklin, D. Scott,
l.ifltlln-. Miss Dixon, Miss Rog-
ers: Row Il: Dr. Cilhert, Mr.
llallou. C. Cummings, ll. Swan,
Nlarxin, Taloole-s, lluellner, S.
Spaulding. llr. Stowellg Row
lll: Sl'llI12il'kt,'lllH'I'Q, Strait, Bald,
Comai. lllllllltlklll. Nutt, Worcest-
beta beta beta
The purpose of Beta Beta Beta is to stimulate sound
scholarship, to promote the spreading of scientific truth,
and to encourage investigation in the life sciences. It is
a national honor society to recognize students who show
an outstanding academic record and a special aptitude in
In March the group sponsored Dr. lilvada Clover
who spoke to an open meeting on '4Plant Hunting in the
Tropics." A picnic, at which new officers were elected.
took place in May. Other meetings featured presenta-
tions hy outside speakers, faculty members and students.
Officers for the year were David Scott, president:
James Conklin, vice-president, and Larry Liddle, secreta-
ry-treasurer. Dr. A. M. Chiekering, was faculty advisor.
The purpose of Chemistry Ahiliates is to promote
interest in chemistry. Directing the club this year were
Eugene Becker, president, and Stanford Smith, secretary-
treasurer. Advisors were Dr. Paul Carnell, Dr. Dorothy
Ingalls. Dr. Philip Marshall, Dr. Paul Cook and Mr. Al-
Dr. Harold Cassidy, Yale, and Dr. R. R. McGregor,
of Dow Corning Co., spoke to the club at respective meet-
Throughout the year activities planned to further
interest in chemistry were presented by the members.
The year concluded with a field trip to a large industrial
plant. and a joint meeting with the Michigan State lfni-
How l: Ur. Cook, llr. lngall
Mr. Munk, E. Becker, S. Smith
Churchill, C. Cummings, Dr
Marshall, Ur. Carnellg Row ll
D. Dinger, Strait. Shipp, Howson
Hosoms, E. Wciskopf, Nutt, Rytl
cr, D. Wilson, Worcester, 'la
toolcsg How lll: Hccklc, Lyflaw
Swendsen, Tschucly, Timmons, F
Brown, Scliwinck, D. Swan, Jor
ROW l: Dr. Glatliart, K. Brog,
Xl. Cimotty, R. Osgood, J. Clark,
Broderick, Foulke, Mr. Petter-
seng ROW ll: .l. Mills, Paustian,
Cowan. Connelly, U. Heed, D,
Vlills, Edick, Swemlsen, W. Scott,
lieaucllampg Row lll: Wleblrer,
Otero, Schoolcraft, B o s o rn s,
Royle, Sliipp, Hight, Nlarli.
To further an interest in physics is the aim of the
Physics club. Directing club activities this year were
Richard Osgood, president, Michael Gimotty, vice-presi-
dent, James Clark, secretary-treasurer, and Peter Oakes,
Dan Harrington, Richard Webber, and Charles Rick-
er, all former Albion students, spoke at club meetings
throughout this year on various aspects concerning the
field of physics.
An outstanding event of the year was a trip through
the Albion Malleable Iron company. A trip to Chicago,
which included tours through the Museum of Science and
lndustry, the University of Chicago research laboratories
and the Central Scientific company, completed the year.
kappa mu epsilon
Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics
fraternity, initiated fourteen new members on March 11.
Requirements for membership include an over-all high
scholarship and a B average in mathematics.
The purpose of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to further in-
terest in mathematics in those schools which place their
primary emphasis on the undergraduate program, to de-
velop an appreciation of the power and beauty possessed
by mathematics mainly because of its demand for logical
and rigorous modes of thoughts and to provide society
for the recognition of outstanding achievements in the
study of mathematics in the undergraduate level.
President Karen Hall led the group this year with
the aid of William Johns, vice-president, Janice Brod-
erick, secretary-treasurer, and Jim Clark, program chair-
man. Faculty advisors were Dr. Harold D. Larsen, Dr.
W. Keith Moore, Dr. Edmund E. lngalls, and Dr. How-
Row I: Dr. lngalls, K. Brog,
Broderick, K. Hall, W. Johns, J.
Clark. H. Osgood, Row Il: Cat-
on, Webber, Christian, D. Mills.
Sliipp, E. Becker, lilunflcn.
How I: Nlills. Angove, Jewell. Wood, Burgess. Richardson,
Xlange. Morlock. Tabor. llolllnan, Nlayllcw. Crindle, Wilcox, Carl-
son. cil'l'l'IIt'1 Row II: Kramer, Workman, Elliott. Oberlin. Cisla-
son. lluscli. George. ll. Keller, Wecman. Hockley, Trinnn. Yinger.
I.. llutln-r. Zimmerman, fVlr-Kcnzicg Row III: Smith. Roof. E.
The Albion College A Capella choir under the di-
rection ol lVlr. David Strickler was kept busy this year
with concerts and rehearsals. The first concert was the
annual Christmas program given December 16 at the
During the year the choir sang in a series of dedica-
tion services for the Community church in Okemos, Mich-
igan. ln addition, it provided the program for the Al-
bion Around the Worlrl broadcast April 14. The spring
Wilson. lioss. Tubbs. Hicks. Harrlies. Nelson. llclloer. Hanson.
Pitlarfl. Flclning. Miles. -Xrnoltl. Taylor: Row IY: Kallinger.
,lone-s. Simon. R4-1-fl. Yinger. Closson, Kelsey. ,Nlln-n. Peterson.
Calkins. Fla-niingg, ll. Km-llcr.
concert was press-ntccl April 5 and the choir went on tour
April T-13. lts tour engagements included concerts in
Alma. Saginaw. Howell. and Detroit. Michigan: Ham-
burg and Corning. New York. and Akron, Ohio. Whitt?
on tour. it was assisted by nine members of the Albion
College Chamber orchestra and their conductor. Mr.
Completing the yearis activities the choir performed.
as it has done for the last fifteen years. at the commence-
ment and baccalaureate exercises.
N'lo1.lN l: SITllli1'llllIlQ., Vritnicri
Vrorm ll: Agnew, Odellg YIULAZ
liarnardg Clil.I.UZ IQ. Elliott. Ho-
rlcwalrl. F e li s c n fe l rl. Hyder:
lhssz Jcsty. ljndlmergl FI.l"1'1f3:
Olson, liaugln-y: Ol-soil: Yanllen-
burg, Sliatler: C1.A.n1w:'r: DeXin-
ncy, Waltcrg Horw: Curtis.
The Chamber Orchestra was in its second year of
organization during the past season under the direction
of Mr. Carl Shultz. As a select group of instrurnentalists,
the Chamber Orchestra is formed for the purpose of
studying and performing classical and modern works
scored for a small orchestra. Membership in this group
is determined by auditions and assisting musicians from
the surrounding community are used on the concerts to
provide a complete instrumentation of 36 players.
Officers of the group included Richard DeVinney,
presidentg David Lindberg, vice-president. and Nancy
Fehsenfeld, secretary-treasurer. Carol Witmer served as
the music librarian.
Fulrusz L. Hill, C. Woodard, Gardner: P1ccox.os: Dixon,
Knudsong Oeoizsz D. Robinson. Mertzg BAssooN: D. Huntg
CLAnIN15'1's: Delvinney. Walter. Barner. Vanllenburg. H. jones,
Wyse. lrwin, Deyo, Arisg SAXOPHONES: Barry. McCord. Probst,
Findlay: Connnrsz Spears. Rollis. S. Thompson. Schwandt:
Under the leadership of Mr. Frank C. Pearson the
Marching, Varsity, and Concert bands played for the
enjoyment of Albion college students and guests.
The Marching and Varsity bands performed during
half-time intermission at the football and basketball
games. The Varsity band gave a concert May 19 with the
A Cappella choir at the Victory Park bandshell. The
smaller Concert hand was limited to 45 members who
tried out for their posts.
One set of ofhcers served both organizations. They
were Lynn Aris, presidentg Richard DeVinney, vice-pres-
identg Barbara Garner, secretary, and Williani VanDen-
Tntrmems: Lockwood, Beauchampg Horms: Curtis, Blair, Weeks,
Lassila, Treadwellg Tnorvieom-Ls: Camburn, Hess, Turkg BABI-
TONIC: Kamrnertg BASS: David Lindbergg STRING BASS: Bartlettg
TIVIPANII Mcflueng Pizncnssronz Hamady, Merrell.
lion I: I.. 'taylor-, .lv-well,
XY icklunrl. N. Ninger. Kocpfgeng
Hovv ll: 'l'aImor, Crinmlle. Fall,
sigma alpha :ofa
Sandra Wiczkluricl led Sigma Alpha lota through
this yearis activities. Assisting her were Yvonne Yinger.
vice-president: Kathe Jewell, recording seeretaryg Louise
Taylor. treasurer. and Sue Koepfgen, corresponding sec-
Sigma Alpha Iota is the national womenls music
fraternity. lts aims are to support the field of musie. to
foster cultural interest in our nation, to promote appre-
ciation of the relationship lnetween good music and satis-
factory living, and to give moral and material aid to its
Allnionis Iota lji Chapter sponsored a Sorority' Sex-
tettc Sing this year in place of its annual Song Fest. Oth-
er group activities included the Province State Day' held
on Allmion's campus. a program of art and music hy' Miss
Constance lf. Fowler and Miss Jacqueline E. Maag and
the American Composers recital.
ph: mu alpha slnfonla
Musical programs and group activities of Beta Iota
chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. honorary music fra-
ternity' for men. were It-fl this year hy' Collyer Church.
president. Other olliccrs were Thomas l.eavy. vice-presi-
dent: Holiert liarnarrl. secretary, and l,ynnwood I-Kris.
The group sponsored the annual fraternity' sing in
May' and the vvinter fraternity' quartet sing.
Memhership of the group was more than doulvled
yvith the initiation of tyvelve men during the year. A
scholarship for 53150 vvas issued to a yvortliy music stu-
dent from the funds raised Ivy the group. Several musical
programs and activities were planned in cooperation
with Sigma Alpha Iota. national vvomen's music honor-
How I: Nlr. Pcurson. llarnart
Church, Mr. Slricklerg How II
I Morse, IA-avy, ll. Allen, Aris. H
Bow l: Hawn, Strong, S.
Swan, Hight, Walsworth, Otz-
nian, P. Harris, Labick, 5.
Cree-ng Row ll: Holcomb, Bake,
Rustad, Purslow, G. Reed, Shel-
don, ll. Adams, K7Burg, J. Nel-
son, Conner, ROW HI: Heming-
er, Wyse, R. Bower, M. Roberts,
B. Hamilton, H. Bader, Ohinan,
Waller, Dobbs, Heaps.
WANR, the HVoice of Albion Collegefi broadcasts
twenty-nine hours weekly throughout the Albion College
A five minute news summary every hour was heard
three hours each morning Monday through Thursday. In
the spring basketball and baseball games were broadcast
from tape. Interviews of campus personalities and vari-
ous disc jockey shows filled the balance of the week's
air time. Sondra Phillips and Carolyn Carr gave the so-
rority news weekly while both Sandra Green and Sue
Strong presented half hour disc jockey programs.
Theta alpha phi
Only full members of Albion College Players who
have distinguished themselves in more than one phase of
theatre production are eligible to become members of
Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatics fraternity.
The fraternity is a means of recognizing theatrical
achievement in upperclassmen. In the past it was a pro-
ducing organization. but that function has been taken
over by the Albion College Players.
Leading the group this year were Winthrup Yinger,
presidentg Robert Vifhitney, secretary, and Janet Walke1',
treasurer. Dr. Helen Harton sponsored the fraternity.
The WANR staff includes Gerald Otzman, general
station manager, Lowell Walsw'orth, assistant station
inanagerg Willialii Hight, chief engineerg Willialii Mark,
assistant engineer, Sarah Swan and Dorothy Carper,
traffic managers, Patricia Harris, personnel and program
director, and Sandra Nicolson, record librarian. Col. J.
B. Duckworth was the faculty advisor.
Row I: Dr. Harton, W. Yinger, J. Walker, Row II: S
Smith, Whitney, R. Bower.
Huw l: Dr. Harton, Wwilladsen,
H. llowvr. lien-gr, Yerryg Row H:
lfarr. ,l. SllB'llI'l'. YY. Yinger, Whit-
ney, 5. Slllllll. Olwrlin, ,l. Walk-
albion college players
A three-act comedy, "The Showofffl opened the Al-
lmiun College Players, 1956-57 season on Hmnecuming
week-end. Eugene O'Neill's L'Ah. Vvildernesslv was also
presented in the fall. In March the Players dramatized
Shakespearefs comedy. "Twelfth Night".
This year the Players were led by Ralph Bower, pres-
ident: Charles Willadsen, vice-president: Charlyne Deeg.
secretary: Suzan Verry, treasurer: Carolyn Carr, pro-
gram chairman, and Janet Walker. historian. llr. Helen
Harton was club sponsor.
Hvllvaxwal for fo1'llu'mning1 play
Homevonling play, 5'The Show Off"
Scum from hill! XY ilflermf
Ron l: ljrindle. Packard, Ho-
lnart, Twef-die, Schelli, llensmorc
Hrs. Bultg Row Il: Burden, Yat-
ter. Nl. Woodward, A. Petersen
J. Hughes, Slirader, Raymond,
BOW Ill: Strayer, Heminger,
Kline. Howard, Moore, Y. Ying-
er. Seeley, Coslow, Laws.
zeta epsilon lambda
Fellowship of girls who are interested in religious
vocations is the purpose of Zeta Epsilon Lambda.
Programs for the year have included Lenora Sykes,
Director of Religious Education at the First Methodist
church in Lansing, who spoke on religious education
jobs, Mrs. Charles L. Swan, who spoke on her life as a
missionary and as a ministerls wife, and Myra Downie,
speaking on her work camp experiences in Texas.
Officers were ,loyce Tweedie, president, Donna Grin-
dle, vice-president, and Carol Hobart, secretary-treasurer.
Mrs. Elsie Miller Butt was faculty advisor.
The emphasis in Chi Epsilon changed from an infor-
mation service to an examination of the Pre-ministerialls
duty to campus life. Outstanding speakers this year in-
cluded Dr. Thomas Pollard, chaplain of Southern Michi-
gan prison, and Bishop Marshall B. Heed, of the Meth-
First semester ofhcers were Robert Brubaker, presi-
dentg Keith Palmerton, vice-president, Paul Scheibner,
secretary, and Richard Burgess, treasurer. Second semes-
ter ollicers included Keith Palmerton, president: Ronald
Keller, vice-president, Gary Wallamre, secretary, and jack
jones, Nicholas, T. Brown, Hovx
WW-i-ks, D. Hunt.
How l: Dr. Clieek, llinkstou.
Se-lieilmner, Pranian, R. Keller. E.
ll: Shaffer, Yan Wagoner. Pass,
H. Clark. Borland, Lindberg, H.
lfflwarfls. Tortellig Bow lll: Cal-
ame, P. Miles, Bauer, Fleming,
IJ. Peterson, Baxter, Findlay.
Row l: Miss Dixon, Voss, Downie, S. Harding, M. Smith, Parryg ROW
ll: Hufton, Goslow, Seabury, Sprinkle, Watters, Hobart, E. Robinson, Salmg
Row lll: K. Hall, Crossman, Cummings, G. Baldwin, Bailey, Latham.
The YWCA provides an opportunity for students to
seek answers to modern problems and to further their
own interests. The following areas were chosen as being
most pertinent: modern drama, segregation, Asia and the
United States, quest for truth, and social work.
Under the leadership of Sally Harding, president,
Myra Downie, vice-president: Mildred Voss, secretary.
and Marcia Smith, treasurer, the YWCA sponsored the
vesper services throughout the dormitory system, the
Horn of Plenty dinner and all the Y-sister activities. The
group advisor was Miss Clara Dixon.
methoclist student movement
The Methodist Student Movement this year was un-
der the direction of Robert Brubaker. Other officers in-
cluded David Lindberg, vice-president: Grace Baldwin,
secretary, and Truman Jordan, treasurer.
Group projects this year have included the organiza-
tion of depulation teams under the direction of Joyce
Tweedie and Phillip Miles. Other activities have been
the organization of the religious dance troupe under the
direction of Marjory Burden. The Wesley Players were
under the direction of Wayne Scott.
R. Hicks, B. Fleming. D. Swan
The YMCA under the leadership of David Swan held
a series of discussion groups with the YWCA as well as
participated in the state conference at Clear Lake in the
fall. The YMCA also provided a toy box for the mentally
retarded children and worked in close conjunction with
the city recreation department.
Other olticers were Richard Hicks, vice-president,
Robert Fleming, secretary, and Richard Biddinger, treas-
ROW I: Jordan, Lindberg, R. Brubaker, G. Baldwin
ROW ll: West, Howard, D. Swan, Miles, Burdeng Row lll
Seeley, Powell, W. Scott, O'Brian, Tweedie.
Ron I: Sprunk. J. Hiller. Palermo. Nair. Nl, Mattln-ws. Xl- iler. L. Hall. Magatti: Hon lll: 'liihhlc-5. J. Nlarshull. Boring.
4-ini. K. Wilson. P. Crandall. Bollman. liuehner. Carter. Pascoe. Kuis. llorlantl. ,l. Jones. J. Smith. I.. llnller. flulwell. Lohrinan.
Nl. Harrie-s. P. Brown: RUW ll: Jamieson. Ke:-k. Hohnhm-rg. Kes- linrke. Henry. Flint. Nlnskow.
sz-l, Shrixer. Hale. H. Wells. Evans. Pendell. Fall. Keene. S. Sny-
alpha chi omega
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The members of Alpha Chi Onrcga rclurnefl in the
fall unfler the leadership of Auclre Wilson. president:
Patricia Crandall and Virginia Aleini, xice-presiclentsg
Pauline Buchner. recording scerelary 1 Marily n lVlalthc:ns,
CUI'I'PSl10IlClllig secretary. and Carol linlhnan. treasurer.
The Father-Daughter hanquel in the fall was fnllow-
ml hy the annual winter forinal with thi: Delta Gannnas.
A Christmas party was given for swine Alhinn children.
,Io Ann Miller was IlElIlll'll Sigma Chi sweetheart.
hanquet at Schulerk and thc spring lorniul. Last spring
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nas highlighted hy winning the vup al tho 5lgII1il Cilll
The Jleflffes Gave a sur xrisc s iuffluztli dinner har thi-
s 1 1 F F 1 1 1 1 I I :-
aelives. bprlng activities inelufh-il the lVluthvr-llauglitcr
HThe Four Posterw was the title of Alpha Xi Delta's
prize-Winning Homecoming float. A Homecoming dinner
for the visiting alumnae took place at the lodge.
The fall formal was held in Jackson with the Kappa
Deltas. Food baskets were given to needy families at
ln December there was a Christmas party with gifts
for the lodge, and caroling at the homes of the alumnae.
Two joint meetings Were held with their brother fraterni-
ty the Sigma Nus.
March brought the annual basketball banquet.
Spring events included Parents' week end and the spring
dinner dance in Battle Creek. May was the month of the
The Alpha Xi sextette placed third in the Sigma Al-
pha lota Sextette sing.
Officers were JoAnn MacArthur, president, Sharon
DeGou, vice-president, Janet Phillips, recording secre-
tary, Mary Ellen Heath, corresponding secretary, and
JoAnn Britton, treasurer.
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N ,gi W.. n .Y .
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Row l: lXlitc'hell. Hoof, Pond, J. Poosch, Heath, DeCou, Mac-
Arthur, Britton, J. Phillips, Meidell, Durman, McKinsey, Holtg
Row ll: Aspbury, Ghalker, James, Turner, S. Collins, l-JeYoung,
Heuman, Buckle, Lamet, N. Brown, Welter, Oliver, Graham,
Larick, B. Briggs, Starkweather, P. Poosch, D. Greenhoeg ROW
alpha xi delta
Ill: Wheeker, Biederman, Greene, J. Steverman, Stewart, S. Skin-
ner, Duncan, Hagen, Trinim, N. Jones, Wamsley, Yates, C. Johns-
ton, D. Weiskopf, E. Smith, Kitchen, Coakes, N. Probst, P. Green-
Hanlin, J. Lepard, Neffncr, C. Cummings, Enyart, Riceg ROW H
A. Miller, Dice, G. Schultz, Dcnsmore, Henderson, Verry, Ballard,
D. Spalding, Bergman, 0'Brian, Cameron, Alcorn, Dennis, M.
Row I: Decker, V. Adams, J. Kenny, K. Brown, Tiscornia,
Lewis, Westralcg Row lll: M. Robinson, Mertz, Alexander, A.
Lepard, McAuliffe, Griffin, Brembeck, Buckborough, P. Miller,
Mottitt, Penzotti, Casner, Ball, Mayhew, J. Hughes, Simmons,
The Delta Cammas returned in the fall to a newly
redecorated lodge. They started the year by sponsoring
an all-campus social event. nFantasy in Pastelsf' with
the Sigma Chis in October. Later in the fall, in coop-
eration with the Kappa Alpha Thetas. they gave the an-
nual football banquet.
A surprise breakfast for the pledges was returned by
a surprise Halloween party for the actives. There was a
Mturn about dayw for the pledges.
The Delta Gamma-Alpha Chi Omega dinner dance
took place in December at the Albion Conservation Club.
L'Hannah's Gift Shopw was once more a success. A Christ-
mas party for the children of Albion was given by the
Second semester brought the snow party with the
Zeta Tau Alphas. Climaxing the spring semester was
the spring formal and Parents, week end.
Leading the group were Lestra Hanlin, presidentg
Judy Lepard, vice-president, Mary Nelfner, recording
secretaryg Mary Ann Tiscornia, corresponding secretary,
and Karen Brown, treasurer.
Wilirnirig the scholarship cups highlighted the year
for the Delta Zetas.
A hayride in the fall was followed by the winter for-
mal given with the Zeta Tau Alphas. There was a party
at Christmas for underprivileged children. During the
year there was a surprise hreakfast for the pledges. La-
ter the actives were given a surprise dinner. An ice skat-
ing party took place in February.
Spring included the senior picnic and Brides, Tea.
An open house at the lodge followed the recital of Mary
Lou Burgess. Other events were the spring formal in
Jackson and Parents, day.
Delta Zetasi sextette look first place in the Sigma
Alpha lota Sextette sing.
Leading the group were Carolyn Carr, presidentg
lla Sloan and Judy Butler, vice-presidents: Karen Hall,
recording secretary, Mary Lou Burgess, corresponding
secretary, and Shirley Blunden. treasurer.
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Row I: Larime, Jewell. Wliittenlwrger, Nl. Baldwin, Nl. Bur-
gess, J. Butler, Carr, Sloan. K. Hall, Blunden, Mt-I,eod, Hessler,
Sours: Row ll: Roush, N. Harris, Stueck, Walters. P. Hammond.
Kennedy, Vanderflleer, Arnold, Culver, J. Taylor, Burr, C. Wood,
llrandt. Talmor. S. Spaulding, Asbury, Harding, Row lll: Corke
llinger. J. Sullixan, Scllloff, Huekle, Wilcox. Sanders. S. W'illiams,
Hill, S. Goodrich, Hosley, Fehsenfeld, Sc-he-llig. Delliridge, Henrik-
son. fNlacKer1zie, H. Jones.
Row l: Lmrlnanski. Sawymrr, Hobson, Euler, Dutton, Gcrtz, J. III: A. Robinson. Hull. llixon, Ritlvr. Hoslial. Cllitflillliill, Nl. Uoofl-
Yan Soost. 5. SilV4'flll0I'll, K. Swan, Tuulmrgg ROW ll: Garner rivli. Kranm-r, Hrarlsllaw, Ulu-rlin. lf. Elliott, Mvfine-n, Kovll, L.
Crintllv, 5. Phillips. Applt-hy, Silor, Kncthcr, Uuriljian, R. Kucfh- Rivliarfls. Harrvtt.
la, A. Klll'lllil. llroelm-rivk. Frasli, S. Cook, Morrow, R. Jones: ROW
kappa alpha Theta
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The Kappa Alpha The-las rcturnorl in tht- fall undef
the lvaflvrship of Diana- Dutton, prcsiclmlt: l3vY0i'ly liul-
cr. Vir:c-prnsirlfntz ,ivan Spaulding Van Socst. l'KTf'UI'flillfI
S6l'I'l'l2lI'f : Susan Cvrtz. l'1lI4l'l'SliUll1lillQI St'l'1'Clill'f. aml Vit'-
ginia Nolison. ti'0asur1'r.
A scholarship rlinnm-1' and a llaclis clay look place in
the fall. A lootlmall lranquvt sponsorvzl hy the Kappa
Alpha Thetas and tht- llolta Gannnas was also helcl :luring
this svason. Thu fall formal was hvlfl in Allmion at the
A Christmas lmullm-t clinncr with tht- advisory hoard
was he-lcl at the homo of Prcsiclonl and Mrs. Whitelifmuse.
Melnhers lvrought gills for their national philanthropy.
thc Instituto of Logopeflics.
Juclith Koch was vit-feta-fl Crvck Coclrlcss at IFC.
Spring activities inclurlcrl a l,Zll'l'IllSi clay and a flin-
nur clanw in liattlt' Crm-ok.
Kappa Delta's candidate, Sandra Wicklund, was
elected Homecoming queen in October.
Activities of the year included the fall formal with
the Alpha Xi Deltas. There was a surprise breakfast giv-
en for the pledges who later treated the actives to a party.
Tray favors were made at Thanksgiving and Christmas
for Sheldon Memorial hospital. The pledges gave a party
at Christmas for the pledges of all the sororities.
ln February they played host to Kappa Delta State
Day and had the past national Kappa Delta president as
their guest speaker. Redecorating the lodge was another
event of the year. The spring dinner dance and Parents,
day took place in the spring.
Kappa Delta's took second place in the Sigma Alpha
lota sextette sing.
Leading the group were Judy Baur, presidentg Bar-
hara Owen, vice-presidentg Winifrecl Angove, secretary,
and Virginia Foster, treasurer.
Row l: Salmon, Condos, Wicklund, Clayton, Sharon, Angove,
Baur, Owen, V. Foster, Spiller, Hood, B. Phillips, Koepfgeng ROW
ll: Cavanaugh, Laking, Patrick, Balkema, Morelock, McBroom,
Hesse, Witmer, A. Harrison, S. Swanson, M. Smith, J. Miller, Pur-
dy, Breay, G. Baldwing ROW HI: Doster, Schoenhals, Sinke, Am-
erman, P. Wilkins, J. Wilson, Kline, Strong, Lapham, Waltensperg-
er, Shaw, Gimotty, M. Miller, A. Sleight, Hollidge, Yoki, L. Allen,
Row l: lim-gg, Wolff, Watturs, Wilkinson, Slachia, Foote, Brophy, lljornc-rantz, l,illl1-, Mvlivoy, Konarski, Row lll: Honi-
Prinving, Stratllm-y, Stnrni, lialoiulis, Avery, Caton, B. Lee, Fill- nos. Hawn. Haynionfl, Dowling, Rvaml, C. Rivharrlson, lim-atty, Mc:-
inorvg liow ll: lihny, llalv, Grinagcr, Wrislcy, Wooclhurne, st-rvv, Ruclel. 0'Connor, Low-joy. Maynard. 0'llrian. M. Olson.
lfrlfly. ,lf-sly. Svvlm-y. llartlina-r, Knight, N. Harris, G. Bower, Calkins. Roth. l'. Km-lln-r, Hn-linkanrp.
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Zeta Tau Alpha slartvrl tht- yvar with a pivnic at
Wilder-'s Crvvk for tht- non Jlvclffcs. The winter formal.
f ' nn - I Q F F f
"Noel lXof:lu1'm',f' was QIYPII yyith tht' Della Lctas. It was
prec-cclcfl hy an opun housm- at thc lotlgv.
The Wi-XfX activities vup was prcscntccl to the Zetas
in the fall.
At tho Christmas party givvn hy tho juniors, toys
yyerc hrought for the YVVCA. Anolhor project was mak-
ing toys lol' cerelwral palsy' chilflron.
A snow Jarty with tht- llc-lla Cannnas was ffivvn flur-
U r . A 2.
ing the soconrl sonwslvr. lialcr in tho yfcar there was an
Easter party anrl a sc-nior lrrvaklasl. The liI'itlGS7 Tea was
given at the enfl ol the ycar.
Spring hroughl llarvnls' mlay and tht- spring formal.
Ullirters w1'l'0 ,luflilh Primting, lJl'lfSll'lCIllQ Lesley'
Slracllvy. y'it'0-JI'Csiclmll: lxathryn lfootc. r'cc:orclin0' scri-
l . I f :-
rotary 1 Arleiw Aw-f1'y, t,'Ul'l'USll0IlillIlg ss-t:i'vta1'y. anrl Betsy
The men of Alpha Tau Omega. upon returning to
the campus in September. retired the l'i0IIlt'CUllliIlg house
decoration trophy by winning their third consecutive
victory in this event. This, coupled with a second place
in the intramural foothall race, got the ATOVS off to a fly-
ing start for the year.
Fraternity social events were highlighted hy the an-
nual Black Focmt-White Foot Ball held on November 17.
Other parties during the year included the Roman Dance
in the fall and the spring formal.
Men winning special recognition during the year
were Phil Kaltsas who was chosen on the All-lVllAA foot-
liall team and John Scott. who was chosen as a co-captain
of the Briton basketball team for the coming year. Dale
Taylor and George Burkman will lead the Albion swim-
ming team next winter.
Leading the fraternity this year were Robert Shipp.
presidentg Peter Silcox, vice-president: james Tennant.
secretary, and Walter lVlikus. treasurer.
alpha tau omega
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M. iwf., V ..,.' 1
.,..,,. ...,, , ...... . as ROW I: Coalwell. Heald. Mikus, Sliipp. Mrs. Stevens. Silcox.
' Tennant. 5. Robinson, Logan: Row ll: D. Willson. Fruehauf.
Hockstacl. Kaltsas, Greig. Kenyon, J. Osgood. Yangilder, Riley. D.
How l: Weiss, lJeYries, R. Wilcox, Cowan. Lucas, Wylie: Taylor. Cox: ROW lll: Rich, R. Smith. Moorehead. Bald. P.
How ll: C. Mullin. Coye. Hoeliner. R. Reed. Harry. Black: Young. Nlel,.aren. .l. Scott, Cullum. Hamilton. ll. Hell, Cady. D.
How lll: Flanders. Patmos. Love. Spengler. Solms. Drawliridgv. Jones. R. Stewart. C. Martin. Barry.
How l: H4-inlmokel. T. Brown. ,l. Snymler. Nlrs. Nates. S. Cowle's. Rilner. Purslow. FHIT.:XlM'3I'fl.til1'Slit'.l,01'l1t'll.iildS0ll..l.
ith. Cashel. Wise. Niehieeking Row II: Swenilsen. Howson. Nlills.
sonis. Nlattln-ws s. Nl. Rohr-rls, Brake. Jessup, Le-Nlopiieg Huw lll'
delta sigma phi
Men returning last fall to learl llelta Sigma l'l1i were
Stanford Smith. president: llieharfl Wise. vice-presiclent:
l.en Cashel. secretary. and Mike liolverts. treasurer.
Chapter activities during the year ineluflecl the fall
house party nCOHl1llllIIiSt Rally," co-sponsorship ol an
all-eanipus social event with the Kappa lleltas. a fall hay-
ricle, a Sailors' Ball. ancl the annual Carnation Ball on
Triumphs during the year inelurletl winning the fra-
ternity homecoming float cup with a theme liasetl on
MMI: Holmertsfl This also won the host float in the pararle
awarcl. The Delt Sigs also won the intramural howling
As the year progressed many chapter house iniprore-
ments is ere inafle.
The men of Delta Tau Delta got off to a good start
this year by taking the interfraternity scholarship trophy
for the fourth consecutive semester. ln addition the Delts
placed second in the Phi lVlu Alpha Sinfonia quartet sing.
The quartet, which was composed of Tom Leavy, Ben
Mayne, Dave Rlomfield, and Don Kendeigh, sang HlVloon-
light in Vermontil and uAl3l'JHlIlEl jubileef'
The highlight of the Delt social season was the twen-
ty-lillh Black and White Week end on Jan. 8. Miss Mar-
garet ljoosch was named l957 Queen of Delta Tau Delta
and she presided over Black and White activities.
Delts receiving recognition for campus activities in-
cluded George Vivlamore, who captained the Briton bas-
ketball team and received a berth on the All-MIAA team.
and ,lim Harmony, who was on the All-lVllAA second
team for football.
Oflicers for the year were Dan Chapman, presidentg
Henry Snyder, vice-presidentg David Haan, treasurer,
Don Crandall, corresponding secretary, and Allan Davis,
Row 1: Schwandt, Bidclinger, Lacey, D. French, Hamady.
Heaton, D. Morris. Ramsdell, Wyse, DeBoerg ROW Il: Starling,
SIl18llW0O1'l, Dant, Losey, Hubble. Spence, Krafft, G. Robertson,
Camburn, Carlyle, Hardy, Mullin, Blomfieldg ROW lll: Grein,
Harnhart, R. Smith. R. Bartlett, Barnes, Turk, McCord, Sheldon,
C. Reed, Dygert, Snow, Buckland, Turnbull, Andringa, D. Snyder,
delta 'rau delta
ROW I: Bicum, L. Manning, Danforth, Radzik. Haan, H.
Snyder, Mrs. Temple, D. Chapman, D. Crandall, Kinde, VerPlank,
Kendeigh, Borland, Mangeg ROW H: S. Thompson, R. Johnson,
Flack, A. Davis, Stelle, R. Johnston, R. Morse, Terry, Krsul, Eman,
Stone. Butcher, Sutton, Schwinck, J. Taylor, Cooley, Steverman, T.
Roberts. Row lll: Ness, Stinson. Weinberg, Petherick, K. Col-
lins. C. Smith. Nebel. Timmons, Troll. L. Robson. Taup, L, Cum-
mings, Doolen. French. Mayne.
' vw 1: ixikll3l'l1l1.liigf'l0VV, R. Riu-, ,lvrmm-. ,I. L4-wisz Hun Hem l: ,lOllI1SUll. Kimux llahlmuu. Nlrs. tlri-ll. Pauli. ll.
uino. Cross. lil'dCll. Sharp. C. Kvlly. llipplx-1 Rm! Ill: K. .loin-5. Hilvy: Row II: Nlalarm-3. ,l. liruwn. K1-ml. Downs. lieu'-
fulur. H. Holwrts. S. Swan. Wiollgaft. llalxvll. rmr. liowvrsox. Foluy. Waddcll: How III: Coup:-r. XX. Swain. Sil-
N ., 1. '
if-rtliorn. Knihloc. Christian. Lyday. Russvll. llc-llmii.
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The Sigma Chis kept husy this yvar with a wide
xaricsty of activities which they spmisorvcl. Leading the
Sigs were james Pauli. president: ,lunws Dahlmau, vico-
prcsident: William Johnson. sem-rotary, and Dwight junes.
The Sigs' coutrihutiun to campus atttivitios iwre
highlighted hy their spousorsliip ul the annual llerhy
Day on May third. The evvut. which lvziluwcl illl4'l'SUI'-
ority competition. providvd thv lliillly in ulti'mlzuu'v with
ai hilarious time.
The major social f'X'Hlli ul' tht- ivan' was tht- Siwct-
hcarl Ball held on Nm. ii. Thv hall was pl'c:r'ctlc-cl hy a
W7c'stcru house party on Friday PXl'Illllg1. 'lihv Sigs vhosrr
Miss JoAnn Miller as their 1057 SXNt?t7illt'iIl'i nf Signia
Chi. and she reigned tn er the hall.
linder the leadership of Hohert Schcrmer. presidentg
lion lVlcCrory', vice-presidentg Grant Grinnell, treasurer.
and Don Malton, secretary. the Sigma Nus had a very
successful year. Activities which Sigma Nu won includ-
ed the intramural foothall. haskethall, cross country, ten-
nis and two-man volleyhall championships.
Major social events during the year included the
White Star weekend on May fourth and the annual Melon
Feed in the fall. White Star weekend lmegan Friday night
with a costume party, featured a formal dinner dance Sat-
urday night. and concluded Sunday with a huflet dinner
at the chapter house.
The Sigma Nus also held an exchange party with
Alpha Yi Dcltas and entertainment w provided hy the
pledge classes. Parentsi weekend was staged on May 12.
Y1 ' f,,"'f'
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1: 1 lt yy My a sf?
How I: Sclinackenherg. Mftllonkie, Hintz. Noland. XlcCrory.
Nanllykc. ,l. Smith, Sleight. Schultz, Rollis, HOW Il: Ross,
Pranian. .l. Young, Lutz. Clem. Blakeman. Hess. Sawchuk. Wiood,
Roosc. Chocola. Waterman: ROW lll: Miller, Fliss. Nlastellar,
Lynam. Sehoolcraft. Ellerton. Hurd. Page. Daniels, Leak, Cona-
Way. Hf'3ll0ll3I!lp. Clagett. B. Smith. Boss.
Row l: Morrison. D. Young, Divcn, Hustad, Wortzester, Hrs.
Daley. Ryan, VanHoeve, Edwards, Fox. Bruhakerg Row Il: Brew-
er. Fish. Summers. Sassamau, Carpenter, Royle. Hines. Leparrl.
Leppi. Pearce, liurnhani. Murphy, Schoenbergg Row 1lI:R.
Xlills. Olson. Tatooles, List. Wlells. Vanllulst. H. Smith. Huggett,
Nutt, Field. Gimotty, Hutt, Comai. Tingley, Bunker, Navarre.
Ron I: Rogers. Harper, Ile-Yinm'y. Mnlru-ws. Marlunias. Dwy-
zr Hunter. Lamh. llrightg Row ll: li, Wilson. Hoshal. Waller
llegle. l'c-ndorf. Hauer, Fowler. C2il8ll1l'..l0llIlSQ Row Ill: Walters,
ll jones. Olnnan. Welili. Calkins. Lovkwood. K'llurg, Usln,-rg,
tau kappa epsilon
Him I: Ili-an. lf. Ili-vker. Hartz. Niggernun. Ulm-ro. Nlrs. Katz.
F. Hit-ks. W. ,lollns. IJ. Robinson. XY21ll?.lt'l'1RllW Il:ICili1-k.
Hartwig. Fruit. IJ. Wilson. .I. Martin, Kallinger. IJ. Tomlinson.
Ullman. Powell. l'rout. ll. Lawrence, I.. Nlorse: How Ill: ll.
Swan. Jordan. Ugg. ll. Robertson. Higln, L. Smith. Stafford. .I.
Russell. ll. Nlills. 'l'. lie-1-ker. XKBIIIJCIIIJLITQ. Walswortli. Wilt. .I.
'T w i .-
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The Tekes won the annual Quartet Sing. with Ll
quartet composed ol Dir-k Devinney, Don liolminson. lion
Kallinger and Ed Vifeiskopf. Attirecl in top hats and tails.
they sang "Never Throw a Lighted Lamp at lVlolher.i'
and 6'I.ullahy ol liroadwayf'
Highlights of tho active social calendar ol' tln- 'lic-kos
were the annual Safari. a witch hunt. the Coney Island
party. the Firehouse Fling. the decoration ol the Christ-
mas tree. the stag dinner, and the Spring Festival of lied
Carnations m-ck:-ncl. This weekend featured the Dog-
pateh party on Friday night and the annual ltr-fl Carna-
tion Ball in llattle Creek on Saturday.
Inder the leadership of 'loin Becker. president:
Dick Fruit. vice-president: lack Niggeman. seeretary. and
Cilhert Witt. treasurer, the Teke House experienced a
complete modernization program. including the redecora-
tion oi the lihrary, game room, and the study rooms.
Outstanding events ol Goodrich club this year were d ' h I b
the Uctoher hayridc. the March Moustache party. and the C u
First semester oliieers were Henry Passenger, presi-
dent: Ralph Bower. vice-president: Charles Connelly. sec-
retary. and Charles Willadserl. treasurer. ln the sec-
ond semester the group was headed hy Ralph Bower, pres-
ident: David Lindberg, vice-president: Ronald Keller.
secretary, and Bruce Foulke. treasurer.
How I: Hicks. Storey, Foulke, Lindberg, Bower, Keller. Row lll: Grant, Shaffer. Dobbs, Nelson. E. Jones, Passenger
Weeks, Sclieilmnerg Row ll: Annis, Hagan, Paustian, Fleming, Paukslis,Whitney,Hough, Ryder,Tortelli.
l-linkle, Connelly, Peterson. Wiright, Ahebe, Wiilladsen, Hinkston:
'IW xg mpww
- varsity sports
' athletic clubs
1956 FOOTBALL RECOH IJ
VllfXA FINAL ST
I g ut
Row l: Coach Slluftllllll llrooks. Hudson. llurd, Cady. Harmony.
Dalllman, Heed. Lcppi. Word:-n. llilderslc-ew. Waterman. fi08l'll Wood:
Row ll: Wilkinson. Cowles. llowse-r. lligt-low. Kim-r. lllakeman. Hark-
ness. Walker. Swan. Cook. tlamlilr-. Coxford. Coach Fraser: How lll:
Rice. Leak. Richard-on. Jolmston. Lynam. ionnkman. Nolan. Pr-arson.
Lewis. Sawchuk. Dutcher: Row IV: Nash. lirown. Neff, flood. llan
forth. NIcConkie. Landrum, Miller, llrown. liaggf-rt. Turn:-r. :Xlmlwott
ROW V: Seales. Cooper. Richey, Taylor. liflllll. .lones. Kenyon. X Elllgllfltl
Walters. Lewis. Carpenter,
A young Albion squad finished the year with an
over-all 3-5 record equaling last seasonis mark. The cam-
paign saw all hut 3 games settled hy 1 touchdown. The
league had 6 strong contenders fighting for positions 2-6
with the Britons taking a 4th place hearing a league
record. The fall fever reached its peak as a new home at-
tendance record was set along with a record Homecoming
crowd of more than 7.000 fans.
Individual awards were diflicult to give to this team
that had its strength in its halance. jim Dahlman, star
Co-captains: Linwood Rm-fl. .lim llklllllllilll
center and co-captain, was named on the AP All-State
The All-MIAA team included guard Phil Kaltsas and
for the second straight year, Jim Hurd, fullback. Co-cap-
tains Lin Heed and ,lim Harmony were hoth on the sec-
ond string listings. The team voted Tom Taylor its most
valuable player, Harry Wordexl the outstanding freshman,
and Jim Dahlman the best morale.
This yearis youth should he felt in next year's battles
as only three seniors will he lost-Phil Kaltsas, Jim Dahl-
man and Roger Cildersleeve.
Coaches: Woods. Frasz-1', Slllll'lltlll'
Row l: Coach llalciulis. ,l. Mastellar. Wilson. Brog. Han- Hanrlolpli. Fought: Ron lll: Sclianck. Lynaln. lvlO1Tlll I Hu
nr-tl. Yivlanrorc. Scott. Hall, ,l0llI1FOII. Coach lsaacg Row II: sr-ll. Homsck, Xltliousv. Nofzigcr. Kralft. YytlklllJIIN Lan: rum
Nutt. Lost-y. L. Nlastvllar. Robson, Pritcllartl. Stover. Him-In-y. Ilulu-.
I'Cagers tie for league titlef' These few words sur-
prised many. The race promised to be close when at mid-
season all schools had shown they could win on their
home courts. After losing three of last season's starting
five players, the Britons were being considered only as
longshots. They jumped off to an early lead, lost it twice
and bounced back in their last game to match Hope's
record for the number one spot.
Both veteran starters, John Hannett and George Viv-
lamore, made the first all-MIAA team. In addition to this,
John was awarded a berth on the all-Methodist team. Viv-
lamore took the team's individual scoring award for the
second straight year with an average of 19.2 points per
Playing their last season were Hannett, Vivlamore
and Ken Brog. The starters back for next yearis squad
will be forward John Scott, guard Virgil Hall and center
MIAA FINAL STANDINGS
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L 1 2
2 4 , Q
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I: l S
Row I: Young. Campbell, Chapman. Prohst, Cooley, Taup,
Simpson. Smith: How Il: Johns, Bright, Krawiec. Barnes. Otero,
Alter nine years of dominating the league, Coach
5prankle's Llemile men dropped to second place in the
MIAA league. A 1-point loss to Kalamazoo in the league
meet ended the Briton reign. Jim Taup, voted the team's
most valuable runner, pulled a muscle in this meet and
Taup. Rogers, and Simpson
llrubaker. Kannnert. Str-vermang Row III: Mr. Sprankle, Taylor.
Haller. Place. Russell, Rogers. Miller, liawson.
was not able to perform as he had previously, taking four
first places during the season. Pushing Taup throughout
the year were freshman Dick Rogers. winner of two
meets: Dick Cooley: Jim Simpsong Bob Probst: Gary
Russell: W3y'IlC Chapman and Glen Krowiee, all consist-
antly within the first ten finishers.
Other major letter winners and contributors to the
spirit that enables this team to win each year were Har-
old Haller, Loren Smith and Jack Young.
The liniversity of Chicago and Kalamazoo inflicted
the team with its two losses, while the Briton power
flashed throughout a season of overwhelming scores, in-
cluding two perfect meets.
1956 CROSS C0l'NTliY RILCOHIJ
43 Jackson J. C. 19
50 Hillsdale 15
50 Olivet 15
11-5 Calvin 18
201,f3 11. of Chicago ISOIQ
31 Bowling Green 29
29 W3y'Il6 State University 26
46 Alma 17
42 Hope 19
23 Kalamazoo 32
49 11. of lllinois 17
1956 BASEBALL RECORD
3 Franklin 6
B Franklin 5
6 Hillsdale B
3 Hillsdale 0
2 Calvin 17
5 Calvin 4
2 Alma 3
4 Alma 1
6 Hope 9
1 Hope 10
O Olivet 11
3 Olivet 8
2 Adrian 12
0 Kalamazoo 1
3 Kalamazoo 0
8 Michigan Normal 2
18 Michigan Normal 13
Baseball coaches: Fraser, Balciulis
The Briton ball club finished the 1956 season with
a 9-4 record giving them a strong second in the MIAA
race. The over-all statistics are 10 wins and 7 losses for a
.588 percentage. This powerful and experienced team
held the following four all-MIAA players: Elvin Bilt,
first baseman, possibly the best hitter in Albi0n's history,
led the team with a .4-76 average and was a constant
threat with his long ball hitting. Ad Brink, pitcher, com-
piled a phenominal 1-1 earned run average while he was
winning all of his four starts. Bob Waterman, third base-
man, was a steady fielder and hit at a .322 rate. Lastly,
john Baty with his wins as a starting pitcher kept the club
in season-long contention.
The team captain was Al Jackson. Voted the most
valuable player was Hitt, while the leading pitcher award
was taken by Brink and the outstanding freshman award
went to Bob McC0nkie. Only three of this yearls regu-
lars will be back next season.
Leak, ,l. Nash, Walswortlig
Brink, Hitt, D. Banovicz.
Bow 1: NlcCrory, Flack,
Stinson, Vantliltlcr, Jones,
Row ll: Coxfonl, Weis-
kopf, J. Russell, VanH0evc,
McC0nkie, Mastellar, Jack-
son, Coach Balciulisg Row
111: Coach Fraser, Water-
man, R. Banovic, Bader,
1036 TICNNIS RECORD
Il Murray State 1
B South lllinois l
3 lfvansville T
l ll. of Toledo 11
l Tri-State 6
7 Michigan Normal 2
1 Olivet 6
6 Kalamazoo l
5 Hillsdale 2
4 Calvin 3
0 Adrian T
. Hope 4
2 Alma 5
1 How l: .lolmson. Clagett, Lamb: How ll: Coach Dempsey. Worcester. Mahon. ll. Brubaker. Hines.
A slow start was overcome by Albion's courtmen as
they' came back to win their last three league matches.
gaining a third place. They' trailed powerful Kalamazoo
and were edged out of the second slot by' Hillsdale. Coach
Cedric Dempsey saw his club develop through the rugged
first half ofthe season.
The starting singles men were Dale Brubaker. Bill
johnson. Don Hines, Gary' Riley' and Don Malton in po-
sitions one through five respectively. with Bob Brubaker
also seeing much action. Freshmen. Dale Brubaker and
Hines formed one of the double teams while Johnson and
Riley' played together for the second year. johnson serv-
ed as captain and Dale Brubaker was voted the most val-
Albion retained its golf crown by capturing the
MIAA Field Day' open. as was predicted. lts season
record was 11 wins and one loss. lts only setback was
a single loss to Wayriml State liniversity in an early season
triangular meet. The Britons' strength is demonstrated by
the following medal winners: Dick Niehausf2: Bud Fox
-'21 Tomoshner-2: Jim Wilsciri-2. and Brian Bell41.
Fox broke the school record when he carded a 66. better-
ing the 1951 mark by one. Shooting well throughout the
season were Morrison. Youngs, Keskey. Krsul. Pauli and
Altherr. Missing from next year's club will be Niehaus.
Oshner, Wilsciii and Morrison making Coach Maynard
Arisi job of duplicating this years T-0 sweep a big onc.
Slfg Michigan Normal
61,4 Bowling Green
Zlfflf Toledo li.
Waylim- State lv.
Mr. Aris, Althcrr, Krsul, P. Young, B. Bell, Pauli, Wills.
1956 GULF HIQCOHIJ
A decisive victory ill the MIAA-league meet won for
Alhionls tI'ElCklN6ll their third straight chalnpionship. This
was the Britons, ninth title in the last twelve years. The
season's record shows six wills Zilltl four losses. The lat-
ter Callie at the hands of the three out-of-state opponents
and Waylie State University.
Early in the season, john Leppi set a new school
low hurdle record of 24.5 and followed with a high hurdle
time equaling the track record of 18.6. The most valu-
able player award also went to Leppi.
Toni Schwaderer alld Dick Lawson were co-captains
and nlorale leaders on this well-halanced Briton team.
Youth and depth were outstanding factors and are rea-
sons to predict strong teams ill the future.
1956 TRACK RECORD
29 tl of Illinois
321 f,ff Hillsdale
T6LQ If of Chicago
T1l,f Bowling Green
How l: K3lllIllL'l'l, J. 'l'aylor, Landrum, Karcck, Sohwaderer, Nuttg Row lll Wir Polk K Leparcl Ltppl fonnelly clllllllll
Lawson, Noble, Cooley, Foulke, Hubbard, Row Il: Kemp, L. Huggett Tnnnlons faup Wallace I3 lutl Coalli laac
Smith, Simpson, Chapman, Otero, Marshall, Lutz, Bowser, Jones,
nanl. Powell. Krawiev. XXX-
lie. Nlorrison: How ll:
lalfl. ll. illaylor. Nlills,
llnll. Slellv. Solms, Nlayne,
4 f .
l: llexrles len-
The final statistics on the Alhion tankers 756-757 sea-
son reads 8 wins and 4 losses. The eight victories were
the most ever posted lay an Albion swimniing team. These
results were the fruits of a great team effort made by a
group ol men among whom no individual star was to be
found. Four varsity reeords were set hy Coach Fritz
Shurmeifs men. The first was set by the 400-yard medley
relay team composed of freshmen Bill Solms and ,lim
Waller. sophomore Ross Morrison and junior George
liurkman. ln addition. Solms, Wall1'1' and Morrison set
records in the 200-yard hackstroke, the 200-yard conven-
tional hreaststroke, and the 200-yard hutterfly breast-
stroke respectively. Fritz Bald and Roger Mills were the
teamis co-captains. The most valualmle swimmer award
went to veteran George liurkman who last swam competi-
tively in '52-'53. Dale Taylor was the high point man, to-
taling over a hundred for the season.
Coseaptainsz Roger Mills, Fritz Bald
1056-57 SWIMM IN C R ICCUHD
48 liay City C. 38
38 li. of illinois 4251
36 llillsdale 50
32 liall State 54
64 Central Michigan 22
Central Michigan 34
34 Ohio Wesleyan 52
31 Hillsdale 55
32 D1-Pau w 54
50 Western Michigan 36
33 Wayfrie State ll. 53
38 liay City J. C. 453
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Goodrich Chapel and Christian Education Building
Christian Liberal Arts
Coeducational Able Faculty
Enrollment-1200 Excellent Equipment
Long known as "A College of Distinguished Alumni," Albion is a four year college
offering pre-professional work in dentistry, engineering, forestry, medical tech-
nology, lavv, medicine, nursing, the Christian ministry and other forms of religious
Fall Semester Begins September 15
Full Accreditation by
North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
American Association of University Women
American Association of Colleges tor Teacher Education
The University Senate of the Methodist Church
Michigan State Department of Public Instruction
William Whitcomb Whitehouse, Ph.D., Th.D., LL.D., President
A varsity sports letter is the prerequisite for admis-
sion to the HA7' Club. Leadership in the classroom, on
the athletic field, and over the campus in general, is the
goal of the club. Officers for the past year were Kent
Morehead, president: Roger Landrum, vice-presidentg
,lim Hurd, secretary, and Bob McConkie, treasurer.
Big Three week end was the main activity sponsored
by the 'SAW Club. They also contributed to the Nancy
Various movies, such as NCAA championship games
and the world series, were shown at the meetings. A
bulletin board was placed in the Fnion showing results
of the different sports events.
How I: Mr. Fraser, Mr. Shur-
mur, S t e v e 1' m a n, Scliernier
Brog, Powell, Mr. Isaac, Mr.
Sprankle, Row ll: Carly, Leak.
Sharp, Dahlman, Krsul, J. Bus-
sell, T. Becker, Coxford, Otero,
R. Brubaker, Probstg ROW HI:
Vangilder, Hamilton, Hurd, Mar-
vin, Gudum, Huggett, Timmons,
B. Bell, Hannett, Foulke, J. Tay-
lor, Nutt, Bow IV: W. Johnson,
Nash, Simpson, Chapman, R.
Russell, McConkie, VanHoeve, R.
Awards were presented for the various sports and a
special trophy was given the outstanding senior Woman
in athletics at the annual WAA Spring banquet on
Three members and a sponsor attended the National
Convention of the Athletic Federation of College Women
at the University of Nebraska April 15-IB.
The presiding offiicers this year were: Judy Fluke,
president, Merilyn Magatti. vice-president, Elizabeth
Buckle, secretary, and Kathryn Foote, treasurer. Miss
Josephine Dunn and Miss Betty Beese were faculty ad-
WAA sponsored the Co-Rec nights whereby the in-
tramural activities of both men and women were united.
How 1: Miss Dunn, Buckle,
Flulw. Magatti. Miss Beeseg How
ll: Cogger, Cliurvhill, Wilkinson,
Werner, Ballard, Jamieson, But-
ler, Row' Ill: XVllilliL'Ill7CI'gt7I',
Yan Wings,-n, Carter, Sours,
Buckles, A. James.
Moore-head, L a w s o n, Cooley.
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P. Keller. Finke. Maynard. Simmons, Frenm-li. Hood
Tryouts for the four cheerleader positions were held
early' in the fall. Candidates were judged by two students,
two faculty' Illf'llll'lPI'S. and the two co-captains, Sherry'
Hood and Pat Keller. Others selected were Sandy Sinke,
Carol Simmons. Barbara Maynard, and Jeanette French.
Laura Hendrickson was a substitute.
The cheerleaders did much to raise the morale and
spirit of the teams and students. cheering at all Mlr-XA
football and basketball games. This year they' sported
ln the spring awards were presented. Letters were
received for one year of cheering and a letter sweater for
those cheering two years.
.Nlliion tin-s for first plan- in lraslu-lball in NllxXX league
Left to Right
Mr. Edward Brigham, Jr.
Mr. Bates Willis
3rd Vice President
Mr. A. J. Sharp
Mr. Kenneth B. Hollidge
' President Albion Fund
The Hlhien Celleqe Hlumni Hsseeietien
Founded 1853 Office Established 1926 incorporated 1872
"C0nse1"vat01' of the Past,
Aid to the Present,
Advocate of the Future"
Member of the
American Alumni Council
Exists to serve Albion through its Alumni
Become a Member by
Making Your Annual Gift to the Albion Fund
Left to Right
Membership entitles you to Io Triumphe, Directories, Mrs. Anna Rogers
Bulletins, Calendars. This is the way to Continue Your Mrs' phyllis Wilkinson
Many College Friendships and Contacts. Mrs. Blanche Post
VHHDEH BEHG SIUDHI
PORTRAIT and COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
414 South Superior Street Telephone 4911
CAMERAS FILMS SUPPLIES DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING
201 South Superior Street Telephone 4879
Bohm Theatre Building
EDWARD. H. VANDEN BERG, PROP.
In Albion, indusTry
and educaTion are
able To work TogeTher
because They are working
Toward The same goal,
ThaT of a beTTer producT.
WheTher iT is a sTudenT
or a casTing, The TinesT
TaciIiTies and men are aT
work in Albion To produce
LBIUH HLLEHBLE RUN lllllPHllU
Class of 1957
UIIIUII STEEL PHUDUCIS CUIIIPHHU
Compliments of . . .
The Heeerder Press Cempanu
fHom0 of The Albion, lfvemng Recorder?
Printers of the Alblonian and the Pleiacl
Tex! Hooks - Stationery - Supplies
Mrs. Helen Raynor, Manager
MAPLE CITY AUTO
Authorized Buick Sales and Service
0 Repair on All Makes
0 Complete Collision Service
0 Wheel Balancing
0 Brake Service
0 Wrecker Service
We Call for and Deliver Your Car
MAPLE CITY AUTO CO.
Market Place Albion
FURNITURE I APPLIANCES
IO6 E. Erie 400 S. Superior
Mcike GAS Your
Southeastern michigan Gas
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR P R I N T I N G
Of All Kinds
CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES
"Exclusive But Not Expensive O F F I C E S U P P L I E S
Estelle DRESS SIIWIUID THE ART CRAFT PRESS
IHE BHIIII III IIIBIUII
Offering A Complete Banking Service
Member of Federal Reserve Bank
Member of Federal DeposiT Insurance Corp.
All Deposits Insured Up To SI0,000,00
CARTWRIGHT'S , 2
Qualify Shoe Brands I: I-I R N I T U R E
FLORSHEIM AIRSTEP ROBLEE ALBION' MICHIGAN
STRIDE WESTPORT PEDWIN Howard Reed Don Copeland
Albion Lumber Co. C Q f'f f Th
A" Kinds Of CLASS or 1957
Lumber, Builders' Supplies
B Id H d
dp ' C. Penney Co.
E C ST Ph 2295
Cfcm of 7957
203 E. Erie Phone 4129
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S S perior Ph 298 4 ......,, .u.,...,.,,. 4.,.,.,,.,u, ,,., ,.,,, 4
ALBIQNI MICHIGAN H5 South Superior Street
5'Say it with F lowers'
407 Perry Street Phone 3127
The Class ot '57
1he Hlhionian Stall'
Congratulations to Class of 1957
we mos' in
outh Superior Street Phone
Sorority ond Fraternity
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP
Color Our Specialty
ACME Quality Paints, Inc.
208 S. Superior Phone 40-46
Headquarters tor Arrow Shirts
310 S. Superior
Exclusive Pendleton Woolens
"A Complete Ottice Service'
121 N. Superior Albion
BesT of luck To The
Class of I957 J. L. Frye, Owner
I Hardware - Paints - Glass - Sporting Goods
S WHERE QUALITY 81 VALUE MEET
Fashions 313 S. Superior sf. Dial 4192
Compliments of . .
CUIIIIIIIII GIHSS IIIIIHIIS
HCorning Can Do Almost Anything With Glassg'
JEWELRY IS THE TRIANGLE
FINEST GIFT PLUMBING and HEATING, Inc.
JEWELRY and WATCH REPAIRS Dia' 3057 H5 W' Cass S"
QI5 S. Superior Albion, Mich. ALBION, MICHIGAN
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