Albion College - Albionian Yearbook (Albion, MI)

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FLEENOP., B.D., D.D Director of Public Relations Administraiion 3 ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRAR,S OFFICE SECRETARIAL STAFF MRS. ELOISE SMELTZER MRS. CHARLES GARDNER Secretary to the Registrar Secretary to the President MRS. RALPH CROMAS Miss DORIS M. ALLEN Assistant in Registrars Office Secretary to the Deans MRS. NORMA HARGER MRS. LYNN C. MALLORY Records Clerk Placement Bureau Secretary SEATON HALL STAFF MRS. RACHEL HARDING Assistant Director MR. CHARLES BALCIULIS Director MRS. ROY MOORE Receptionist BUSINESS OFFICE FOOD SERVICE MRS. ERMA DICKERSON MRS. VANCE E. THOMAS MRS. FRANK BUCK Cashier Bookkeeper Assistant to Director, ' W Sl H' 11 MRS. HELEN RAYNOR MRS. ERNEST FIERKE Susanna 6 ey d Bookstore Manager Assistant Bookkeeper MR- GEORGE TRITTSCHUH Director MRS. GLADYS PHILP Receptionist MRS. JOSEPH BALDWIN Assistant to Director, Baldwin Hall LIBRARY MIss NORMA M. HAMMOND Librarian ME. DAVID D. MORRIS Reference and Reserve R MRS. WALTER ROGERS Cataloguer MRS. JOHN L. CIIEEK Reserve Room Assistant MISS M. ELIZABETH HANCE Assistant Librarian MRS. JEAN P. KELLER Library Assistant oorn Assistant SEATED: Mrs. Abby Lewis, Mrs. Marion Richmire, Mrs. Mary Hufton. STAND- ING: Mrs. G. D. Prentice. Faculty L A 5 JW 'L '.L:Lr' it ,Q I MAURICE S. ALBERDA, E. MAYNARD ARIS, O. FERDINAND BALE, KENNETH BALLOU, M.A. M.B.A, M.A. A.M. Instructor in English Professor of Economics Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of and Business Adminis- Classics Biology tration P1-LD. PANOS DD BARDIS, H. M. BATTENHOUSE, BETTY BEEsE, M.S. ALLAN BLIZZARD M A H' ' Instructor in Physical Instructor in Art Assistant Professor of Professor Emeritus of Education for Women Sociology English Language and Literature VERNON L. BOBBITT, MAURICE L. BRANCH, ELSIE M. BUTT, M.A. PAUL H. CARNELL, A.M. PH.D. P1-LD. Instructor in Religious Professor of Art Associate Professor of Education Professor of Chemistry Economics THOMAS M. CARTER, JOHN L. CHEEK, PH.D. PEARL L. CHEN, PH.D. A. MERTON CHICKER- P .D. P .D. H Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of ING' H Professor of Education Religion Biology Professor Emeritus of and Psychology Biology PAUL L. Coox, PH.D. CHARLOTTE DUFE, M.A. JOSEPHINE DUNN, A.M. LESLIE ENCSTROM, M.A. Assistant Professor of Instructor in Physical Associate Professor of . Chemistry Education for Women Physical Education for Instructor In Econom' Women 105 KEITH J. FENNIMORE, CONSTANCE FOWLER, MORLEY FRASER, M.A. J. V. GARLAND, PH.D. P .D. M.F.A. H Head Football Coach Professor of Speech Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of and Instructor in Phys- English Art ical Education for Men Faculty DONALD M. GILBERT, WILLIAM J. GILBERT, ROBERT H. GILDART, JUsTIN L. GLATHART, PH.D. PH.D. M.S. in J. PH.D. Professor Emeritus of Professor of Biology Assistant Professor of Professor of Physics Modern Languages English and Journal- ism ROYAL G. HALL, PH.D. CHARLES HAMPTON, L. ELLIS HANNA, ED.B. JOHN E HART PH D M.A. Professor Emeritus of ' Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of History Assistant Professor of physics Enghsh Speech HELEN L. HARTON, WILLIAM C. HARTON, PH.D. A.M. Assistant Professor of Lecturer in Education Speech HOMER O. HENDRICK- SON, PH.D. Professor Emeritus of History and Political Science CDeceased-Feb. 2, 19585 ISOLDE HENNINGER, A.M. Associate Professor of Modern Languages JOSEPH C. HESTON, ERNEST H. K. HILLARD, ELIZABETH R. HOSMER, MRS. EDMUND E. PH.D. PH.D. PH.D. INGALLS, PH.D. Professor of Psychology Instructor in Spanish Assistant Professor of Professor of Chemistry English EDMUND E. INGALLS, JOSEPH J. IRWIN, PH.D. ELKIN R. ISAAC, A.M. CoY H. JAMES, PH.D. P .D. H Professor of English Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of Ffofessor of Mathemat' and Journalism Physical Education for History and Political 105 Men Science JEAN P. KELLER, PH.D. BYRON C. KLUSS, PH.D. SHEILA I. KRAGNESS, HAROLD D. LARSEN, , I , PH.D. PH.D. Associate Professor of Instructor 1n Biology Spanish , Assistant Professor of Professor of Mathemat- French ics Faculty Louis U. ROWLAND, CARL J. SHULTZ, E. R. SLEIGHT, Sc.D. LorUs A. SNOW, PH.D. .D. M.M . MUS Us Professor Emeritus of Assistant Professor of Professor Emeritus of Instructor in Music Mathematics English Music DALE R. SPRANKLE, EWELL A. STOWELL, DAVID L. STRICKLER, CHARLES L. SWAN, A.M. PH.D. A.M. PH.D. Director of Athletics Assistant Professor of Professor of Voice and Associate Professor of and Professor of Phys- Biology Director of Vocal Or- Sociology ical Education for Men ganizations RODNEY SWENSON, ANTHONY TAEFS, M.A. WALTER A. TERPEN- F. DUDLEIGH VERNOR, M.A. , NING, PH.D. MUs.D. . Assistant Professor of Instructor in Modern piano and Theory Professor Emeritus of Instructor in Organ Languages Economics may, VERDA VosE, B.S. Instructor in Mathe- matics CLARA L. D1xoN, M.S. Assistant Professor of Biology MARY EMMA MCKIN- NEY, PH.D. Professor Emeritus of Classics GEORGE WALKOTTEN, A.M. Instructor in Education FACULTY Nor PICTURED JOSEPH B. DUCKWORTH CCOL. USAF, RETJ, A.M. Instructor in Speech MRS. GORDON PACRER, M.A. Instructor in Physical Education for VVo1nen ALICE E. WHITCOMB, GEORGE ZIMMERMAN A.M. B.B.A., C.P.A Assistant Professor of Lecturer in Economics Modern Languages MRS. CHARLOTTE HICKS, M.A. Instructor in Modern Languages LEONARD F. SHURMUR, A.M. Instructor in Physical Education for Men Seniors VIRGINIA ADAMS Wilmette, Illinois Art Delta Gamma, secretary, Art club, Home Economics club, Student council, sec- retary, AWS, recording secretary L. LYNWOOD ARIS Rochester Economics-Political Science Phi Eta Sigma, vice-presi- dent, Omicron Delta Kap- pa, Economics club, pres- ident, secretary, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, president, treasurer, Orchestra, Band, president, tr e a s u r e r, French club, Forum club, WANR, Phi Beta Kappa ARLENE AVERY Highland Park Education Zeta Tau Alpha, president, corresponding secretary, Education club, Home Ec- onomics club FREDERICK BALD Flint Biology Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Beta Beta, Spanish club, A club, Forum club, Soph- omore class president, Student council, Swim- ming, captain MARY BALKEMA Minneapolis, Minnesota Education Kappa Delta, Education c l u b, Sociology club, YWCA cabinet DAVID ALLEN North Plainfield, New Jersey German-Political Science BEVERLY ASBURY Homewood, Illinois Education Delta Zeta, social chair- man, Education club, Psy- chology club, Spanish club DOROTHY BAILEY Kingston, Jamaica Latin-French Mortar Board, Who's Who: Le Cenacle, president, Eta Sigma Phi, president, sec- retary, Education club, YWCA, president, Zeta Ep- silon Lambda, MSM, CRC GRACE BALDWIN Albion Home Economics Kappa Delta, Alpha Omic- ron, treasurer, YWCA cab- inet, H o m e Economics club, president ALFRED BAM SEY Royal Oak History MARGARET BARNES Cleveland, Ohio Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega, corre- sponding secretary, WAA: H O m e Economics club, treasurer, YWCAQ PCF CAROL BEEBE East Grand Rapids Art Alpha Chi Omega, Art club, Education club CAROL HOBAHT BOWER Huntington, New York English Alpha Lambda Deltag Mor- tar Boardg Contributors' club, treasurer, Education club, YVVCAg CRCg Albion- ian, editor, Whois Who, Zeta Epsilon Lambda, Al- pha Phi Gammag PCF ROBERT BOWER Livonia Economics Student council, PCF: Al- bionian, business manag- er: Economics club .IANICE BRODERICK Detroit Mathematics Kappa Alpha Theta. treas- urer, s O cial chairman: Kappa Mu Epsilon, secre- tary-treasurerg P h y s i c s club, German clubg Albion College Players 'anvil' BRADLEY BEACH Lapeer Physics-Mathematics Sigma Chi, Physics club DOUGLAS BLACK Port Huron Political Science Alpha Tau Cmega, Forum club, vice-presidentg Phil- osophy club GRETCHEN BOWER Marshall Art WILFORD BOWRON Bad Axe Economics BARBARA BROPHY Birmingham Education Zeta Tau Alphag Sociology clubg Spanish club: Edu- cation club Seniors JACK BROWN Eaton Rapids Education Chi Epsilon, treasurer, Ed- ucation clubg MSM, Cross Countryg Cheerleaderg A club MARGARET BURR Plymouth Education Delta Zeta, 1st vice-presi- dentg Education club, vice- president, WAA, YWCA, Student council, MSM ,IUDITH BUTLER Detroit Home Economics Delta Zeta, recording sec- retary, 2nd vice-president, XVho,s Who, Alpha Omic- ron, presidentg Home Eco- nomics clubg Education club, Spanish club, WAA b o a r dg AWS presidentg Sophomore class vice-pres- identg Student council, Synchronized swimming, PCF JOHN CAMPBELL Howell Physics-Mathematics NANCY CHALKER Arlington, Virginia Art Alpha Xi Deltag Art club, secretary PATRICIA BROWN Detroit Education Alpha Chi Omega, record ing secretary, Home Eco nomics club, vice-presi dent, Education C l u b VVAA SAMUEL BUTCHER Gaylord Chemistry FREDERICK CADY Albion Physical Education LINDA CAVANAUGH Gary, Indiana Education Kappa Delta, YWCA, treas- urer, Education club WAYNE CHAPMAN Marshall History A clubg Track, captain Cross Country LARRY CHRISTIAN Kalamazoo Physics-Mathematics Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, president, Kappa Mu Ep- silon, Omicron Delta Kap- pa, Physics club, president SHIRLEY CLAYTON Norrhoping, Sweden English Kappa Delta, secretary, A1- pha Lambda Delta, Los Hispanistas, president, Ed- ucation club, president, Contributors, club, YWCA cabinet, PCFg AWS board, Spanish clubg Phi Beta Kappa STEPHEN COOPER Chevy Chase, Maryland Economics MARILYN CRANDELL Battle Creek Biology Kappa Delta, Alpha Lamb- da Deltag Beta Beta Beta, CRCg WUS, co-chairmang French club, secretary, YWCA cabinet, Phi Beta Kappa NOELLE DECKER Cambridge, Ohio Home Economics Delta Gammag Panhellen- ic councilg Choirg Carol Singers, Psychology club, Spanish club, Home Eco- nomics club, Alpha Omi- cron, vice-president JAMES CLARK Romeo Economics Sigma Chi, rush chairman, Economics club, vice-pres- ident, Whois Who, Physics club, secretary-treasurer, Veterans club, secretary- treasurerg Junior class president, Senior class treasurer, WANR, Student council TAD COALWELL Midland H istory-Economics Alpha Tau Omega, treas- urer, corresponding secre- tary, Economics club, Fo- rum club, vice-president, Phi Alpha Theta RUTH CORTRIGI-IT Birmingham Speech-English Delta Sigma Rho, Contrib- utors' club, Debate, Edu- cation club, YWCA, MSM KATI-IRYN CHOSSMON V. Findlay, Ohio English-Art CHARLYNE DEEG Pontiac Speech Zeta Tau Alphag Who's Who, Theta Aloha Phi, vice-president, Albion Col- lege Players, president, secretary, Education club, AWS, 2nd vice-president, Beulah Champ Drama Award Seniors Lowell Music MYRA DOW'NIE Kankakee, Illinois Biology-Education Alpha Lambda Delta, pres- identg YWCA, vice-presi- dentg Beta Beta Beta DIANE DUTTON East Lansing History Kappa Alpha Theta, presi- dent, rush chairmang Fo- rum clubg Education club MARJORIE FILLMORE Dearborn Education Zeta Tau Alphag Home Ec- onomics clubg Education clubg Student council JOHN FOUGHT Lansing B usiness Administration Sigma Chig Economics club, treasurerg Albionian, sports editorg Basketball, manager DAVID DINGER Waterbury, Connecticut Biology-Chemistry JOHN DowNs Cwosso Biology ROBERT FIELD Detroit Economics ROBERT FINDLAY Grand Rapids Psychology Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Band, president NORMAN Fox Albion Economics-History Sigma Nu: A clubg Psy chology clubg Golf, captain EVELYN G1sLAsoN Chicago, Illinois English Contributors' clubg YWCA cabinetg MSMQ Zeta Epsi- lon Lambdag Sociology clubg CRCg Choir NANCY GORDHAMER Orchard Lake History YWCAg WAAg Education clubg Philosophy c 1 u bg Zeta Epsilon Lambda DOROTHY GREENHOE Midland Sociology Alpha Xi Delta, member- ship chairmang Education clubg Student councilg Pub- lications council, secretary DAVID HAAN Coopersville Economics Delta Tau Delta, treasur- erg Psychology club KAYE HAMLIN Jackson History Delta Gamma, president, rush chairmang F o r u in club, secretary-treasurerg Panhellenic council CLARK GLEASON Sou th Haven Economics ONALEE GOTHAN Jackson English JOAN GURDJIAN Detroit Education Kappa Alpha Theta, presi- dentg Art clubg Education clubg H o m e Economics club VIRGIL HALL Albion Biology BEVERLY HANNETT Williamsville, New York English Alpha Chi Omegag Who's Whog Contributors' clubg Philosophy clubg Spanish clubg Sociology clubg Edu- cation clubg MSMg Forum club Seniors JAMES HARMONY Saginaw Economics Delta Tau Deltag Football: Student council, vice-pI'esi- dent PATRICIA HARRIS Rochester Psychology-History Contributors' club, vice- president, secretaryg Theta Alpha Phig Albion College Playersg WANR, assistant station manager, Psychol- ogy club W. PAUL HEALD Port Huron Art-Economics Alpha Tau Omega, vice- presidentg Art club, Psy- chology club JOAN HEssE Saginaw H istory-Economics Kappa Deltag Economics club, secretary, Education club, Forum club, YWCAg XVAA FREDERICK HICKS Birmingham History-Political Science MARCIA HELMKAMP HARMONY Saginaw Education Zeta Tau Alphag Psychol- ogy clubg Education club J 01-IN HARTZ Detroit Chemistry Tau Kappa Epsilong Kappa Mu Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Phi Beta Kappa MARY ELLEN HEATH Hastings Mathematics Alpha Xi Delta, vice-presi- dent, corresponding secre- taryg Alpha Lambda Deltag Kappa Mu Epsilon, secre- tary - treasurerg YWCAg WAAg Spanish clubg A1- bionian, managing editorg Pleiadg Campus Directory, editorg Alpha Phi Gamma ELIZABETH HEUMAN Detroit English Alpha Xi Delta, presidentg Who's Whog Philosophy c 1 u b, secretary-treasurer, Art club, Sophomore class secretaryg WAA GERALD HINKLE Gaylord Economics Goodrich clubg Psychology club SHIRLEY HOWARD Santa Monica, California Sociology Philosophy club, Sociology club, Zeta Epsilon Lamb- da, CRC, MSM, AWS board JUDITH JAMIESON Lapeer German-His tory Alpha Chi Omega, lst vice- president, Mortar board, Who's Who, German club, president, Forum club, WAA board, Synchronized swimming, Student coun- cil, Phi Beta Kappa RICHARD JOHNSON Comstock Park Political Science JANET KECK Montpelier, Ohio English-Sociology Alpha Chi Omega, Panhel- lenic council DAVID KELLOGG Battle Creek Economics BRENDA HYDE Concord Psychology WILLIAM JOHNS Detroit Economics DWIGHT JONES Grand Ledge Economics Sigma Chi, treasurer, cor- responding secretary, Om- icron Delta Kappa, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Economics club RON KELLER Morenci Speech Goodrich club, secretary, MSM, Chi Epsilon, Vice- presidentg WANR SUSAN KELLOGG Battle Creek Art Seniors JOHN KINNE Grand Ledge Economics Sigma Chi: Physics club SUE KOEPFGEN Detroit Music Kappa Delta: Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-president, corre- sponding secretary, AWS, treasurer, Education clubg Choir, Jenny Worthington cup, Carol Singers Jo ANN MILLER LANG Manchester Speech-Sociology Alpha Chi Omega, 2nd vice-president, social chair- man, Albion College Play- ers, WAAg Education club, Intercollegiate forensics KEITH LEPARD Sturgis Biology ROBERT LEWIS Birmingham Economics Delta Tau Delta, treasurer CAROLE RICE KNIBLOE Kalamazoo Eclucaticm Delta Gamma, correspond- ing secretaryg Education club, Los Hispanistasg Psy- chology clubn Band, Span- ish club: Orchestra ROSEMARY KUCI-ITA Belleville English Kappa Alpha Theta, re- cording secretaryg Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Del- tag Alpha Phi Gamma, Who's Whog German club, secretary, Albion College Playersg MSM, Pleiad, ed- itorg Contributors' club RICHARD LAWRENCE Ballard Vale, Massachus- etts English Goodrich clubg Contribu- tors' club, German club FRITZ LEWIS Lansing Biology-Physical Education Football, Trackg A club, Education clubg Psycholo- gy club JOHN LOGAN Jackson Chemistry Alpha Tau Omega, Who's Whog Omicron Delta Kap- pag Physics club, Chemis- try club, A club, Publica- tions council, president: Junior c l a s s treasurer, Swimming: Tennis JOHN LYDAY East Lansing Biology Si ma Chi recordin sec 3 , 3 ' retary, Chemistry c lu b, French club STEWART MCLAREN Morpeth, Ontario Political Scie1ice-Econom- ics Alpha Tau Omega, Psy- chology club WILLIAM MALARNEY Hudson Biology Sigma Chi, president, Beta Beta Beta, Interfraternity council GEORGE MARTIN C aro Political Science-Econom- ics Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Al- pha Theta, president, Eco- nomics club, Omicron Del- ta Kappa, Forum club, president, Pleiad, business manager, Band, Orchestra KAY MARTIN Grosse Pointe Woods English Education club, Sociology club, Psychology club MARTHA McBRoo1vI Walled Lake English-History MERILYN JEAN MAGATTI Grand Rapids English Alpha Chi Omega, treas- urer, WAA, vice-president: AWS, lst vice-president, Education club JOYCE ANN MANNING Port Huron Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilon, Zeta Epsilon Lambda, vice-pres- ident, YWCA, Education club, MSM GERALD MARTIN Ridgetown, Ontario Economics-Psychology Alpha Tau Omega, rush chairman, Psychology club BEN MAYNE Saginaw Biology Delta Tau Delta, recording secretary, social chairman: Psychology club Seniors Kitchener, Ontario Biology ROGER MILLS Solon, Ohio Economics-Art LATHROP MORSE Grosse Pointe Music Tau Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoniag Bandg Orchestra JOHN NIGGEMAN Pontiac His tow-Economics MARY O'BRIAN Sturgis Education Delta Gamma, vice-presi- dentg Education clubg CRC, secretaryg MSMQ YWCA5 WAA WALTER MIKUS Ridgetovvn, Ontario Economics-History Alpha Tau Omega, treas- urerg Forum clubg Psychol- ogy club KENT MOOREHEAD Ferndale Physical Education RICHARD NASH Albion Economics MILDRED OBERLIN Detroit Education Kappa Alpha Theta, corre- sponding secretaryg Sigma Alpha Iota, treasurerg Al- bion College Playersg Theta Alpha Phi, secretaryg Carol Singersg Choirg Education Club GERALD O,BRIEN Pontiac Economics Tau Kappa Epsilong Ger- man club, treasurerg Edu- cation clubg International club GERALD OTZMAN Detroit Speech Tau Kappa Epsilon, Inter- fraternity council, vice- presidentg Speakeris Bu- reau, WANR, station man- ager, Who's Whog Pleiad, sports editor EVE PATRICK Birmingham Sociology Kappa Delta, correspond- ing secretary, French club, Sociology clubg Psychology club, Philosophy c 1 u bg WAA RAYMOND PEARSON Albion Economics GLENN POWELL Downers Grove, Illinois History RONALD PUGSLEY Dowagiac History-Political Science Sigma Nu, president, Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, vice-president, Eta Sigma Phi, president, WhO's Who, Delta Sigma Rho, president, Forum club, president, Publica- tions council, president, Debate ANNE PALERMO South Euclid, Ohio English Alpha Chi Omega, presi- dent, rush chairman, Al- bion College Players, WAA KURT PAUSTIAN Detroit Chemistry Goodrich club, Football, manager, Physics club BEVERLY PHILLIPS Wayne Art DONALD PRIEST Flat Rock Political Science JOYCE QUIGLEY Grand Rapids Biology-English Beta Beta Betag Contribu- tors' club, YWCA cabinetg CRC, Psychology club Seniors Albion Economics ROBERT RILEY Royal Oak Economics-History Alpha Tau Omega, secre- tary, Interfraternity Coun- cil, secretaryg Forum clubg Philosophy club ELLA ,IO ROBINSON Saginaw English Contributors' clubg MSM: International clubg VVAA: YWCA ROBERT RUSSELL Flushing History-Political Science Sigma Chi, A clubg CRC, Education club, Student council, Christian Science organization, Track JOHN RYAN Detroit Economics-English JAMES REID Davison Business Aclniinistration Sigma Chi, social chair- man DONALD ROBINSON Wyandotte Sociology Tau Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Sociol- ogy club, president: Phil- osophy clubg Band, Chi Epsilon, French club, Or- chestra BARBARA ROMNES Evanston, Illinois English Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-presi- dent, Le Cenacleg Contrib- utors' c l u b, president, WAA, secretary RICHARD RUSTAD Kenmore, New York Philosophy CONSTANCE SALMON Royal Oak Education Kappa Delta, social chair- mang Spanish club, Home Economics club, Educa- tion club, YWCA KAYE SCHILLTNG Ann Arbor Education Education club, Sociology club, YWCA, Psychology club ,IoHN SCHWINCK Saginaw Biology WAYNE Scorr Beaverton Mathematics Chemistry club, Physics club, MSM ROBERT SHIPP Scarsdale, New York Mathematics Alpha Tau Omega, presi- dent, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Delta Sigma Rho, Student council, president, treasur- er, CRC, Christian Science organization, Debate, Fall Chemistry club, Physics club, Interfraternity coun- cil ILA SLoAN Detroit English Delta Zeta, vice-president, treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar Board, Con- tributors' club, Education club, treasurer, Sociology club, Who's Wl10g XVAA, CRC, Phi Beta Kappa STEVEN SCHOENBERG Detroit Economics JOHN Scorr Pleasant Ridge History Alpha Tau Omega, A club, Forum club, Philosophy club, Basketball, co-cap- tain DANIEL SHARP Battle Creek Biology Sigma Chi, A club, Chem- istry club, Swimming, PCF PETER S1Lcox Ridgetown, Ontario Economics-Political Science Alpha Tau Omega, vice- president, Interfraternity council, Forum club HERBERT SMITH Detroit Biology Seniors Detroit Education Kappa Deltag Education clubg Pleiad, news editorg Sociology club llflAR,IORIE SoURs Peoria, Illinois History Delta Zetag Le Cenacleg Senior c 1 a s s secretaryg Panhellenic council, treas- urer, secretaryg Sociology club, vice-presidentg WAA boardg Forum club ,IANICE SPILLER Roy al Oak Education RALPH STOREY Norwalk, Ohio Biology RONALD L. SMITH Midland Economics-Political Science Alpha Tau Omega, presi- dent, s o c i al chairman, rush chairmang Econom- 1cs clubg Forum clubg In- terfraternity council, pres- ident, treasurer SARAH SPAULDING Detroit Biology Delta Zeta, corresponding secretaryg Beta Beta Betag Los Hispanistasg Spanish club, secretaryg Education clubg YWCAg Phi Beta Kappa ,IOANNE SPRUNK Blissfield Education Alpha Chi Omegag Psy- chology clubg Education club, secretaryg Home Ec- onomics clubg Band ROGER STROUP Flint Economics BETSY STURM Deerfield, Illinois Education Zeta Tau Alpha, treasurer, secretaryg Education clubg WAA boardg AVVS board Louxsn TAYLOR Wyandotte Education Los Hispanistas, vice-p1'es- identg Sigma Alpha Iota, treasurerg Choirg Spanish clubg YWCAg Education club NANCY THOMPSON Munising Political Science Education clubg Zeta Epsi- lon Lambdag MSM RICHARD TOMLINSON Detroit Economics Tau Kappa Epsilong Soci- ology clubg Psychology club DAVID SWAN Albion Chemistry-Biology Tau Kappa Epsilong Beta Beta Betag Chemistry Af iiliatesg YMCA, president CRCg MSMg Footballg De bateg Band JOHN THISTLEWAITE Grosse Pointe Shores Business Administration Sigma Nug Pleiadg Psychol ogy club ELLEN BUSHONG THORNTON Traverse City English JAMES TROLZ Jackson History Seniors JANIES VAN BUREN Jackson Economics SUZAN VERRY Detroit Psychology Delta Gamma, treasurerg Theta Alpha Phi, Albion College Players, treasurer, Psychology club, president, secretary-treasurerg CRC LOWELL WALSWORTH Muskegon Speech RICHARD WEBBER Jackson Physics JANET VAN WINGEN Grand Rapids Biology Delta Gammag Beta Beta Beta, vice-president, WAA, president, Phi Beta Kappa MILDRED Voss Breton Woods, New Jersey German German clubg Philosophy clubg YWCA, secretary JAN WALTERS Detroit Sociology-Psychology Delta Zeta, Sociology clubg Psychology club, YWCA, VVAA board LARRY WEIR Albion Economics JANET WEST Berrien Springs History YWCAQ MSMg Religious Dance club DAVID WILSON Detroit Chemistry JUDITH WOODBURNE Essexville Education Zeta Tau Alphag Educa- tion clubg Panhellenic council, president, secre- tary GEORGE WRIGHT Ludington Biology SANDRA WICKLUND Detroit Music Kappa Delta, vice-presi- dentg Mortar Board: Whois Whog Sigma Alpha Iota, president, secretaryg Carol Singersg Choir, secretaryg YWCA H. RICHARD WISE Detroit Psychology-Sociology Delta Sigma Phi, vice-pres- identg CRCg Publications councilg Psychology clubg Student council DONALD WORCESTER Big Rapids Biology Sigma Nug Beta Beta Beta, secretary-treasurer Chem- istry Affiliatesg Fall Chem- istry clubg German clubg Psychology club JEAN WRISLEY Chicago, Illinois Education Zeta Tau Alpha: Sociology c l u bg WAAg Education club CAROLE BARDIS Albion Sociology-English EUGENE BECKER Ithaca Chemistry Tau Kappa Epsilon, secre- tary, Phi Eta Sigma, Kap- pa Mu Epsilon, Fall Chem- istry club, Chemistry Af- filiates, president, German club, president: Philoso- nomics C l u b, Baseball, phy club ANNE BJORNCRANTZ Evanston, Illinois Sociology RALPH BOWER Constantine Speech GEORGE BURKMAN Detroit Political Science RICHARD BURNHAM Detroit Economics KAY BURN SIDE Burr Oak Home Economics Seniors VERNON CI-IEEK Albion Art L. WARD EDWARDS Detroit Economics VICTOR FRUEHAUF Midland Psychology-Econom ics ROBERT GAMBLE Homer Biology EUGENE GOEF Bay Port Business Administration CHARLES HANCHETT Ypsilanti Not Pictured WILLIAM LIPKE Grand Rapids English BARBARA LITTLE Evanston, Illinois Sociology ROBERT MCKELVEY Detroit GEORGE START Litchfield Sociology THOMAS STINSON Birmingham Economics DONALD STOUT Flint Economics-Psychology KEITH PALMERTON Lansing Philosophy Goodrich Club, Chi Epsi- lon, president, vice-presi- dent, Psychology club' Philosophy club JAMES PAULI Three Rivers Economics Economics DAVID VAN HOEVE Kalamazoo Psychology ROBERT WATERMAN Battle Creek Economics-Political Science Sigma Nu, A Club, ECO- Home Economics club, Ed- ucation club, YWCA, Band RICHARD CHAVARRY North Adams, Massachu- Sociology Goodrich club, Sociology club, Veterans club, Chi Epsilon SALLY HARDING Toledo, Ohio English Delta Zeta, president, Mor- tar Boardg Who's Who, Los Hispanistas, YWCA, president, Student coun- cil, Spanish club, Synchro- nized swimming STEPHEN HAZEL VERNE PLASSMAN Albion Economics GEORGE POTTER Jackson Economics Economics club, Club MARGARET SEABURY Gasport, New York Forum Football RICHARD WEINBERG Saginaw Psychology JOYCE WHITTENBERGER Sturgis setts B kl Philosophy-Psychology er ey Art A t Goodrich club, German T club, Chi Epsilon, YMCA, MSM JAMES SIMPSON ROBERT HEFFRON Detroit Adrian SHIRLEY GOSLOW CHAVARRY , Psychology Economics Dearborn English GEORGE SPANOS Contributors, club, .Ger- RICHARD I-'APP East Lansing man Club? YWCA Cabllleti Williamsville, New York , , , CRC, MSM, Zeta Epsilon Economics-Political Home Economics Delta Zeta, WhO's Who, Alpha Omicron, secretary, Student council, secretary, AWS, corresponding secre- tary, WAA board, Home Economics club, Educa- tion club JAMES WILSON Tecumseh Physical Education PETER YOUNG Williamsburg, Virginia Lambda Biology Science History l l Sophomore Follies ,I-Hop We finally made it! C 4 4-4 ,QQAQ l V COHlUl6llC6ITlClll in Kresge Gymnasium for the last time-1957 Juniors De-Missic Abebe Mildred Allen Richard Altherr Nelson Andrews Judith Arnold Martin Bell Kenneth Borland Donald Brake Sandra Brandt Betty Briggs Sydney Briggs Nancy Brown Richard Carpenter Alfred Cohoe Susan Collins Nancy Cotanche Arthur Coxford Anne Densmore Ann Deyo Nancy Dice Sue Dinger Geoffrey Drawbridge Richard Ellerton Janet Elmy Barbara Enyart Holly Fall Bruce Foulke David French Barbara Gardiner Nancy Gardner Barbara Garner Larry Gess Dale Gieske Cicely Glauz Edward Goodman Betty Greene Jane Grinager Donna Grindle Henry Hartson Robert Hartwig Harvey Hawks Robert Heckle William Hight Sherry Hood Dean Hough Thomas Hunter Robert Jais Allison James Edward Jones Helen Jones Ronald Kallinger Roberta Kennedy Kenneth Kline Allan Knickerbocker ,Ion Krebs John Krsul Juniors Barbara Labick Roger Landrum Roberta Langdon Linda Larick Mary Lassila David Lindberg Faye Luedtke janet MacDonald Jac-klyn Mesenbrink Philip Miles Anne Miller Jacqueline Miller John Mills Sharon Morlock Barbara Morris Ross Morrison Sandra Nicolson Justine Oliver Carl Oxenrider Judith Packard Barbara Peters David Peterson William Prout Ellen Purdy Gerald Reed Carolyn Roberts Anne Robinson Marjorie Robinson Larry Robson Scott Ross Marcia Roush David Ryder Franklin Sassaman Ellen Seeley Donald Shaffer Lynn Siler Ruth Smith Ronald Somers Joan Starkweather Larry Stone Janet Sullivan David Sutton Kay Swan Shirlee Swanson Patricia Tabor Irene Tan James Taup ,lean Taylor Jill Thompson Bryce Treadwell William VanDe-nburg Glenna VanderMeer Terry Vliek Edward Weiskopf Victor Wilkinson Carolyn Wood Norma Woodman Ann Workman Marion Yoki Bake, Sharon Baker, Mary Ball, Gary Barnes. Margaret Adams, Sylvia Agnew, Laura Allen, John Alward, Ralph Annis, William A .L QQ' 5-f inf' . nr 1. 'ia 3 Sue Baughey, ,Iulaine Berg, Mary Jean Blair, Hans Boehringer, Jane Boring. Ed- "'f I ward Boss, Winfred Bowen, Marilyn Bright, William Bright. Y Nancy Burgess, Ray Burgess, Paul Burton. Barbara Butcher. Lynn Butler. Richard Calkins, Victor Cherubim, Robert Clark, Douglas Clason Sophomores fi.. jf Q fx "Wynnw-" Mg wk.. if ,ai we , ,Lam W 1 , 5, ,ai H eg! we ,. 'F seifirggn-f X. .13 . .,, ,V, A I gr r 4 ,., .,-,:A I A J Hi f' in Janet Coen, Susannah Cornwell, Carolyn Curtis, Michael Dant. Diane Dorland, Marilyn Eaton, Kathleen Elliott, Paula Eschtruth, Ann Faulkner, Nancy Fehsenfeld, Ross Fleming, George Ford, David Fowler. Barry Fox, Jeannette French, Connie George, Jack Giguere, Nancy Giniotty, Sue Goodrich, David Gott, Sally Grisinger, Janet Gunnerson. Carolyn Hallenbeck, Harold Haller, Mano Hardies, Carolyn Heminger, Donald Hines, Emery Hinkston, Barbara Hockley, Barbara Hoffa, Roger Hooverman. A 4-ni 'Q' nr C? 2 W Sophomores James Markunas, Judith Matthews, Marilyn Mayhew, Barbara Maynard. Sheila Menoch. Joanne Merrell, Janis Molner. Mary Moore. Ethel Moreland, Cairine Morrow, Martha Morton, Marilyn Munt, William Noland, Patricia Odell. Michael Ogles, David Osberg, Frederic Pass, James Patmos. Arlene Phillips, James Place, Richard Plymale, Catherine Rader, Patricia Ravas, Mary Raymond, Barbara Reed, Lora Richards, Paul Rimer. QQ' W5 i . 2. 'T . ff 1 ,A , M 1 fw if H544 ,fir X ,E W, .,..a MQW? , W' , 25,5 Q7-Q...:.,, Roberta Horton. Verne Hoshal, Barbara Hosley, Lee Hubble. Carolyn Huckle Judith Hughes, Barbara Hummel, Paul Irwin, Sandra Jefferson. Barry Johns, David Jones, Nancy Kay, Thomas K'Burg, Mary Keyes, Karel Knud- .Mg gm sen. Christine Kramer, Annamae Kuchta, Janet Langdon. "kr W 'Mae md rx! , ,. .,i, E3 at ig wu W fllllli' xa. xii' .- , . Q , gagfie - A isaaii f W ' 1 .A ' i ..,, - XVinifred Laws, Anne Lepard, Mary Lepard, Sally Lewis, Donald Lockwood, Ann Lohrman. Phyllis Long. Patricia Loniewski, Doreen Lovejoy, Martha MacKenzie. Charles McIntyre. Mary McCuen. Anita McHenry. K f",,...7 li, V 4? i': Stuart Rutter, Nancy Robinson, Grace Roblee, Mary Rodewald, Donna Rosie, Carole Rudd, Carole Rudert, Barbara Ritter. Patricia Sanders, Janet Schellig, Rita Schiffer, Jeanne Schmidt, Marilyn Schoen- hals, Max Schwandt. Ronald Simpson, Thomas Smallwood. Anne Smith, Beverly Smith, Deborah Smith, Gayle Smith, Michael Starling, Janet Steverman, Ann Stocking, Karleen Strayer. Sophomores :af . ,af 'K 'A 2 f 'rt' I . V ,.,, Z .1 , .3 . . 5, , 'QM OW-4'-" wi fi P? wgiwwm 4 00" Siva Q. ..,,, fi an ' .MN R 'WN V. .,',., . ,,,-, h w mt an W -": 4 ax- ,Q ,f-- '- 7' at , T 1 at T T ,. if-f y H '. k'.V ::' :'E Iv . l Joanne Streit, Susan Strong. Stephen Swan, Karen Taggart, Nancy Thellman, Joyce Tice, Melody Todd, James fortelli, Richard Turk, James Walker. James Waller, Anna XValter, Stanley VVarne1', Nancy Wlebber, Sonia VVc1't. Eliza beth Weston, Brian Westrate, Marcia Whitlock. .Q Linda Wilcox, Suzanne Williams, Edward Wilson, Ann Wood, Jack Wood, Carol .guy Zimmerman, Suzanne Zimmerman, Carol Zinn. Freshmen ROW V: Sharon Bluhm, Judith Bodkin, Linda Boileau, James Boxall, Roberta Boyd, Paul Bradley, Dianne Breymeyer, Mac Briggs, Mary Brown. Row VI: Mary Brunson, John Buck, Kay Bueschen, Rosemary Burnett, Walter Bushala, Ellyn Bushey, William Butcher, Thomas Calkins, Lee Carlson. Row VII: Nancy Carroll, Lance Caston, Judith Chapman, John Chase, Donna Chenoweth, Richard Christensen, Susan Clark, Joyce Colwell, Harry Cook. Row VIII: David Cooley, Jeanne Cooper, Glenn Corliss, Helen Cortright, James We -, , . Corwin, Donna Cowan, Susan Cowles, Diana Craig, Richard Crandell. -r . . . . R ti: ,, ,fwxiwZfz t" 1 Y' , I , j ' , Vg if . Row I: Harold Adams, Corinne Alger, Gregory Allen, Jane Allen, Thomas All- -'4 Yr' QQ. ubu' mand, Susan Amstutz, Donald Anderson, Melanie Andreae, Delno Andrews A ' , f Alls . , ,hx V2 2 in z ,:.. jj Row II: Robert Andrews, Ralph Armstrong, Nancy Arnold, Owen Arrow- , ...V ,fi ' smith, Duane Ashley, Charles Atkins, James Badge, Janet Baker, Stuart Baker. , Row III: Virginia Baldwin, Terry Banta, Priscilla Barkalow, Joel Bartlett, I 5 Dariel Beach, Nancy Beal, Charlotte Beck, Nancy Beier, Ronald Bellaire. 'E' Ev, v Row IV: Gerald Bennett, Linda Bennet, Margaret Bennett, Bruce Berndt, Brenda Beurmann, Luanne Biehl, Janet Bigham, Elaine Blakely, Susan Blanchard. A A 'u.,vJ"vw' Row I: Dale Crawford, John Crockett, Rita Crosby, ,Ioan Cumper, Barbara D ' in , we , Dadd, Doris Dadson, Patricia Dailey, Judith Dalzen, Diane Darby. i n gi Row ll: ,Ioan Davies, Tamar Davis, Marie deBeaumont, Linda Dinkel, David t ,gy 4 Dippel, Mary Dorn, John Dorwin, Howard Dowell, Earl Durand. - Freshmen 4. 'HM Q W' , K QL ,K ,zu ,F vz.. , ,, ' 5 l Row III: Stanley Eaton, Marion Ehrhart, Ann Elliott, John Engle, James -, Everingham, Lynn Fairchild, Roger Fausch, Barbara Ferguson, Beverly - Fields. Row IV: Polly Fine, Patricia Fisher, Bruce Fitch, Charles Flanders, Ann Flocke, Robert Fowler, Karen Fromm, Sylvia Fuller, Terry Gallagher. ' 'Qin Row V: Miriam Gaskill, Donald Geisler, Diane Gibson, Marianne Gillespie, Barbara Gilray, Dorcy Gourd, John Grootenhuis, Sonja Grung, Larry Guy. K' Row VI: Valerie Haan, Bethany Hagland, Marcia Hall, Richard Hanna, Bar- ,R Y kara Hans, Louise Harcourt, George Hardy, Elizabeth Harper, Janice Harris. L. Row VII: Philip Harrison, Barbara Hartwig, Richard Hecock, Allan Henning, q V Gwen Hetler, Carolyn Hill, David Hines, Marlene Hobby, Dick Hobe. 4 .0 lx' A Row VIII: Conard Hobgood, George Holt, Douglas Holtz, Marilyn Hook, Philip L 1 I 'J ' :""' Hoskin, Jack Howe, Wayne Huber, Craig Huffman, Lynn Hulbert. lg- , K' .M I ,.., , ' ,,. , Freshmen , ig ii 'T Ln' wt gl ,W :Q , WW Q 1" 'Hb Row V: Herbert Lenon, James Lienau, Walter Lindell, David Lindley, George Linne, Darwin Liverance, Dennis Lollar, Nancy Long, Nancy Lott. Row VI: Janet Ludwig, Mary Lyday, Eric MacGilliuray, Charles McCaslin, James McConnell, Karen McCotter, Thomas McDowell, Margaret McGarr, Donna McNeilage. Row VII: Louis Maceroni, Kaye Mann, Paula Markey, Beverly Martin, Martin, Dianne Martin, Suzanne Martin, Carl Mead, James Miesen. Row VIII: David Miles, Martha Miles, Penelope A. Miller, Penelope J. Miller, Nelson Mills, Robert Miske, Gail Moffatt, Jane Mohler, Harry Montgomery. David :ak - 1 wa Q 31, 'nf' I 5 . 4" AQ fee' - ' - , K ,533 L ave - af 'A tr- 4-H. E365 - if 'S we , nel C, rald Kusehbaum Lo1s K1ss1nge1 Peter klein ,Iuhfmne Kmght 186 W 'rr 4, Av Row IV Charlotte Knuth Robert Kraft JoAnn Langlev Joan Langs Sandm R Q M 59 Q YR, 5-,X x We xx' 'QP -.5 w WJ' E -1" ,lc ,3 Q Q " ,., - .1 Row 1: Carmina Monzo, Carol Moore, Keith Moore, Janice Morrissey, David 4 gd V Morrow, Carol Mueller, Jean Mumby, John Mutch, Caroline Myers. ' A " Qa. ,s f W .4 i b:g,i,,::,-- 'X Row Il: William Natho, Robert Neal, Gary Olsaver, Karen Olsen, Nancy Clsen. S Q 1 r Chase Osborn, Alice Osterberg, Sara Ostrander, Merwyn Ott. l H' 1 'ti nf if: Nil 12? F res h m e n Row Ill: Jane Ottman, Patricia Palmer, Arthur Pancioli, Eleanor Patrick, Nyle Patrick, Marcia Pear, Carol Peck, Susan Pellowe, Marino Perez. 'tiki ie k e,"'sd? MQ...-'W ROW IV: Lee Perkins, Donald Persons, Edward Piggins, David Pixley, James Placatka, Emilie Poelke, Gerald Ponko, Karen Pritchard, Carol Prout. 'll 'Q Ubin z Mr W Lan ds c k r I 1 V -i.:e.3i . ,,.- J I t Q 1 4 5.2 ' ' K iw, ' ':..: hw- f ...' I T ' .. -A':' I , '-,- -V:V , 113: ,:,,-f ' , " i l I' .,A' I 1 : ' ' il, 4... ff . fi . Z I I A, 1 I i j" :QWEZ I -5 , :IZ- s 934: ' 11 Kel ,A I -Q b- :if , ,E y y, A fg K.,-W-41 - -, 'wwf I , -"'- ' xv Y' hi' . - 'Vw v f-r R Row V: Philip Purcell, Martha Quirk, Reva Raeside, Beverley Ralston, Barbara Ravas, Carol Reavely, Ned Reed, Patricia Reppert, Peter Reveno. .. Fig ., 4' Q f Row VI: Lyle Richard, Diane Romnes, Nona Roush, James Sammer, James Sampson, Barbara Sanders, Karen Sanjume, Robert Schaffer, Emily Schim- melpfennig. g Row VII: Susan Schreur, Patricia Scott, Thomas Scupholm, Sherritt Seales, Gary Sebastian, Ellen Settino, Jane Severs, Max Sherman, Ruth Shiels. U, Q Row VIII: Theodore Shudark, Lyle Sisson, Audrey Smith, Bruce Smith, David H ,,V. I '.V: A A Smith, Donald Smith, Judith Smith, Patricia Smith, Phyllis Smith. A 'K' Q Q' if T, 3 V Freshmen Row V: Carol Turner. Thomas Turner. Sara Uehling. Lawrence Uhrie. XV Urick. Phyllis Vader. The-odotta Vail, Virginia Valentine. alter Row VI: David VanderLaan. Larry Walls, Constance Warner, Sylvia VVarner, Y' A Caroline VVarren, Jeannette VVeber. Judith Vkleightman, Richard VVeiner. ? +: K W -x V- Row VII: Claudia Westerman. James Westphal, Greta Westrich. llene White. 5' Q A Sandra VVhite, Deborah Whitlam, Rene Whitmire. Gordon VVilcox. , V M I if Row VIII: Cynthia VVilliams, Philip Williams. Roberta Williams. Barbara Winegar. William VVinfield, Gisela Wohlrab, Eldon VVyly. Ruth Youngs. Q, 85" . 'rw aw' 1 Q qt .ie q ' H all M75 K Row I: Randolph Smith, Richard Smith, Sherlynn Smith, Shirley Smith, Ger Vlv, D ' I f L A ald Snider, Warren Snow, Judith Somers, Lura-Beth Sparrow, Susan Spicer .f HMV., I Row II: Suzanne Stephens. Anne Stevens, Herbert Stevens, John Stevens. 9, ' .'-- 1- . 'if' Thomas Stevens, Suzanne Stewart. Ann Stoddard. William Stoddard. Mi- A A chael Stone. Row III: Robert Stoppert, Beth Struck, Charles Suchman, Richard Swain. Bela I Szepesi, Paul Tarr, Robert Teeter, Ernest Tesluck, Gloria Thompson. I. 1 " Row IV: Kay Thompson, Virginia Thompson, jack Thorne, Dennis Tibble, Linda Titus, Thomas Trexler, Jane Trigg, Bruce Triplett, Jane Tucker. . .. if ? rw w 12, ii 1 ef 1 fi if 'Es ze Q 43 5 12 K K Through Campus Organizations R Kuchta, Otzman, G. B. Martin, R, Lang- don Sullivan, B. Miller SEATED: Sullivan, McCuen, Dixon, A. Wood L. Butler, Jefferson, Rader, STAND- ING Matthews, Turk, B. Miller. Pleiad Appearing weekly, the Albion College Pleiad is a student publication. Editor-in-chief this year was Rosemary Kuchta. Assisting her were Janet Sullivan, managing editor, George Martin, adver- tising managerg Gerald Otzman, sports editor, Bruce Miller, news editor, and Roberta Langdon, feature editor. Faculty advisors were Mr. Robert Gildart and Mr. Leslie Engstrom. Each week reporters covered a beat. The news was collected and written to be handed in by 6 p. m. Tuesdaty. On Tuesday and Wednesday nights the staff e ited and headlined copy and planned the layout. The finished product, often "hot from the pressf was waiting for Albion students Friday noon. o Mr. Gildart, G. B. Martin, Mr. Engstrom Langdon. Strom, Heckle Albionian Carol Bower, editor-in-chief, headed the staff of the Albionian this year. She was aided by Anne Miller, associate editor, Mary Ellen Heath, man- aging editor, Roberta Langdon, copy editor, John Fought, sports editor, and members of the news writing class. Robert Bower acted as business manager, Robert Heckle was assistant business manager, and Mr. Leslie Engstrom and Mr. Rob- ert Gildart served as faculty advisors. Work began on the Albionian this fall when class pictures were taken. The staff finished its work in April when they combined the copy and engraving proofs into the dummy from which the book was printed. The book was sent to the bind- ers in early May to be trimmed and bound and was distributed late in May. J. Fought, C. Bower, A. Kuchta A. Miller, M. Adams, M. Heath R R. Bower, Mr. Gildart, Mr. Eng A1 Row I: Mr. Pollard, Landrum,J. Harmony, Peters Waller Row III R Clark Brewer Rus R. Shipp, Jamieson, J. Butlerg Row II: Koch, sell Paige VV Bright Foulke Petherlck Yoki, VVeston, Densmore, G. Bower, De Young. Student Council Under the leadership of Robert Shipp, the Student council sponsored the Cineguild series, the all-campus social events, the Blood Bank clin- ic, Big Three weekend, and informal dance ses- sions held in the student union. A College Relations committee was establish- ed this year to foster basic campus improvements through a closer system of faculty, administration, and students. Other oflicers for the year were James Har- mony, vice-president, Joyce Vkfhittenberger, re- cording secretary, Judith Jamieson, corresponding secretary, and Roger Landrum, treasurer. Row I: Mr. Gildart. Lo gan, Creenhoe, Mr. Eng- strom, ROW ll: Dr. Irwin, Borland, Wise. Row I: D. Bailey, O,Brian Bamsey, Dr. Cheek, Borland M. Roush, M. Crandell, How ard, Sloan, Densmore, Gisla son, P. Long, Harding, M Lepardg Row HI: W. Bright E. Jones, R. L. Fleming Powell. Campus Religious Student Publications Council Council The Campus Religious council, composed of representatives from eight student religious organ- izations and a number of general members, corre- lates the campus religious organizations and pro- motes a Christian philosophy of life. President Alfred Bamsey directed the council in its Religion-is-Life chapel speakers and "Cookie Jarw discussions, World University service drive, and sponsorship of foreign students. Kenneth Borland served as vice-president, Mary O'Brian as secretary, and Truman Jordan as treasurer. The Publications council, elected by the stu- dent body, directs the publication, finance, public- ity, distribution, and editorial policies of the Albi- onian, Pleiad, and Campus directory. The editors of these publications are chosen by the council. John Logan, president, headed the council this year. He was assisted by Mr. Robert Gildart, vice-president, Dorothy Greenhoe, secretary, and Mr. Leslie Engstrom, treasurer. Mary Ellen Heath edited the Campus direc- tory. A supplcment of incoming second semester students was printed in the Pleiad. Jordan, S. Hoodg Row II: AWS Board Seaton Hall Committee The Association oi' Womcn Students is a group of self-governing Women. The board traditionally repeats the Hanging ol' the Harvest Wreath. the senior Christmas car- oling, and the freshman distribution of May bas- kets. Judith Butler served as president this year. She was assisted by Merilyn Magatti, first vice- presidentg Charlyne Deeg, second vice-presidentg Virginia Adams. recording secretaryg Joyce XVhit- tenberger, corresponding secretary. and Sue Koepfgen. treasurer. The Seaton Hall committee represents the dormitory residents and directs their activities. This year the committee worked with the wo- men's dormitory to sponsor freshman exchange dinners. It directed the annual faculty tea, dormi- tory Christmas party. house parties, and intramur- al sports. Two members of the committee represented Seaton Hall on the Student council. The group was led this year by Gary Carley. Row lx Mrs. Harding, Snider, Carley, Weiner, Mr. Balciulisg Row Il: Soup- holm, Voorheis, C. Hardy, McCaslin, M. Bradley, Bu- shala. Revcno. ' i '63 I Row I: Koepfgen,Magat ti, J. Butler, Mrs. Prentice Yates. Seeley, P. E. Miller Purdy, J. Miller, Gale, R. B Kennedy, Elmy. Deeg, V. Adamsg ROW II: Panhellenic Council Row I: L. Hall, A. Kuch ta. Woodburne, Sours, A. Miller, Purdyg Row II: Keck. Welter. VanderMeer. Decker B. Briggs. B. Phillips. Elmy lnterfraternity Council The high point of the Interfraternity council was the IFC ball held January 2. At this event Ronald Smith, council president, crowned the Greek Goddess, Sara Uehling. Ralph Marteries orchestra provided the music. The IFC set up rushing rules and schedules. The group also sent representatives to the IFC con- ference held at Ann Arbor. Officers are elected for half-year terms. The executive board of the first semester consisted of ,lames Pauli, presidentg Gerald Otzman. vice-presi- dentg Daniel Chapman. secretary. and Ronald Smith. treasurer. Officers during the second se- mester were Ronald Smith, president. Donald Otero, vice-president, Ronald Pugsley, secretary, and Donald Brake, treasurer. Row I: Brake. R. L. Smith. Pauli, Otzman. D. Chapman. Mr. Sprandel: Row Il: Sil- cox, Downs. NV. Malarney. Otero, Bowser. Leppi. Pugs' lev. Two representatives from each sorority meet in Panhellenic council to carry out the recom- mendations of the National Panhellenic congress. Its main functions are the regulation of rushing rules and the establishment of a rushing schedule. The council supported a Greek war orphan. contributed to the March of Dimes. and aided needy children of Albion. It also awarded two 5575 scholarships to worthy sorority women on cam- pus. The Panhellenic ball is the annual social event sponsored by the council. President Judy Woodburne, secretary Mar- jorie Sours, and treasurer Annamae Kuehta led the council. Row I: K. Hall, Miss Hen- ninger, Dr. Chickering, Dr. Gilbert. Dr. Morris, Dr. F. E. Shideman, MacArthur: Row II: A. Bell, Bollman. Jenkins. WVilkinson. Doolen, R. Os- good, DeCou, Caton, Lacker. Row I: C. Bower, R Kuchta, J. Butler, Whitten berger, Wicklund, Harding Jamieson, Row Il: Moore head, Bamsey, De Vinney, K Lepard, Pugsley, J. Clark Ctzman, Nor PICTURED: D Bailey, S. Butcher, Deeg Hannett, Heuman, Logan Powell, R. Shipp, Sloan. Who's Who Phi Beta Kappa Twenty-three senior men and women will represent Albion College in the 1958 edition of 6'Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges." The students were selected by a student-fac- ulty committee who based their decisions on lead- ership, personality, scholarship, character, and campus participation. The purpose of the honor is to recognize stu- dents vvho have made outstanding contributions to campus life. Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and most dis- tinguished of national honorary scholastic socie- ties. The Albion College chapter. one of three in the state of Michigan, was established in 1940. The purpose of the society is to encourage scholastic excellence in the liberal arts. Members- in-course are elected each spring from the senior class on the basis of character and scholarship. Officers were Dean Walter Sprandel. presi- dentg Dr. Elizabeth Hosmer, vice-president, and Mr. David Morris, secretary-treasurer. Mortar Board Tapping into Mortar Board, national wo- mens honorary. takes place each spring. The jun- ior women chosen serve during their senior year. This year Mortar Board worked to expand and make known the graduate study program. They also sponsored the annual sophomore schol- arship dinner and assisted in electing the school study committee. Members were Judith Jamieson, president, Dorothy Bailey, vice-president. lla Sloan, secre- tary, Rosemary Kuchta, treasurer, Carol Bower. editor. Sally Harding, projects chairman, and Sandra XVicklund, special occasions chairman. Sponsors were Miss Elsie Munro. Mrs. Joseph Ir- win. and Mrs. Vernon Bobbitt. Dmioron Delta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa, national men's leader- ship honor society, admits junior and senior men each year who have been outstanding in two of five phases of campus life. The five fields consid- ered for election are scholarship, athletics, stu- dent government, social and religious organiza- tions, publications. and speech, music. and the dramatic arts. Serving as oflicers during the year were Sam- uel Butcher, president, and Ronald Pugsley, vice- president. Mr. Darrell Pollard and Mr. Leonard Shurmur were the groups advisors. ,. Row I: Miss Dunn. D Bailey, Jamieson, Mrs. Irwin Miss Munro: Row II: Sloan R, Kuchta. C. Bower, VVick lund. Harding. Row I: Pugsley. Mr. Shur- mur. S. Butcherg Row ll: Mr. Pollard, Aris. D. G. Jonesq Nor PICTURED: Bam- sev. L. Christian. G. B. Mar- tin. Logan. .7 it 'Ii3'i!: ' f 7' iw . : tl.:-:Sak Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta is a national scholastic society honoring freshman women who attain high scholarship the first semester or entire year. Last spring 14 girls with averages of 2.5 or above were received into the society and served during their sophomore year. Members sponsored teas for freshmen attain- ing 2.3 averages and for Alpha Lambda Delta alumni. They continued the freshman tutoring program. Officers were Carol Simmons. president: Irene Tan, vice-president. Donna Flint. secretary, and ,Iudy Koch, treasurer. Faculty advisors were Dr. Lotus Snow and Miss Clara Dixon. Row I: Mr. Pollard, Sass aman, Terry, R. Bartlett, B Fox. Mr. Sprandelg Row 11 Hartz. Shaffer. Hough, Pass. llooverman. Carpenter,Turk. Phi Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma. national honorary society which strives to promote good scholarship among freshman men. tapped freshman men in the spring who had a 2.5 or better average. Row I: Flint. Koch, Sim INOIIS. VVert. Tan. Miss Dix on: Row ll: J. B. Matthews Knudsen. Penzotti. li. Elliott Curtis. Keyes, Hallenbeck XVeston, Thellmann. Row I: Miss Rodgers. Dr. Morris. Nicolson, P. Brown C. Baldwin, M. Barnes. Pur dy, Dice. Miss Renshaw Row ll: Burnside, J. Butler Euler. Brandt. Luedtke. Fill more. C. Bower, C. S. Wood Decker. A. Miller. H. L Jones. Row In Miss Fowler. Yoki man, B, Morris, Streit, Row II: J. lVl. VVilson. J. Turner Yates, N. Brown. J. Davis ers. G. Bower. Buckborough Brembeck. V. Adams. Art Club Home Economics Club Activities of the Art club this year were di- rected by Beverly Phillips, president. Other ofli- cers were Nancy Chalker, secretary, and Donald Kendeigh, treasurer. Faculty advisors were Mr. Vernon Bobbitt, Miss Constance Fowler, and Mr. Richard Leach. The club again sponsored its annual event, the Sidewalk Art sale in the spring, and the stu- dent art gallery in Baldwin Hall throughout the year. Other activities included regular monthly meetings, movies, and an annual dinner. Under the leadership of Grace Baldwin, presi- dent, the Home Economics club emphasized the professional and home-making aspects of this field. Included in the yearly program was a talk and demonstration on 'Floral Arrangements in the Home." The club visited Marygrove college and attended the state convention. In May they gave the annual Brides' Tea and also sewed the "A" on the blankets awarded to the athletes. Other officers of the club were Patricia Brown, vice-president, Sandra Nicolson, secretary, and Margaret Barnes, treasurer. Miss Virginia Renshaw was the club advisor. S. Strong. Mr. Leach. B. Phil- lips, Mr. Blizzard. A. Work- Pardington. J. Schultz. Pet- t..r.rMm, 4 ........,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,5, ,W-...W --., ,,., W. , .W f,fy' R',f .A , wwf.-iyftsul-smswmuunmpmlnnp 9 . Row I: L. Hall, Brophy G. Bower, C. G. Knibloe Sloan, Sprunk, Dr. McLaugh- lin, Clayton, M. Burr, L. Tay- lor, Asbury, Cavanaugh, M Smithg Row II: K. Swan Glauz, Euler, N. Thompson J. Manning, J. L. Colwell Marsh, Hulce, J. G. Wilson V. Hall, Klang, VanderMeer J. Turner, De Young, Alcorn J. Miller, O'Brian, Balkema Spillerg Row III: Fillmore Salmon, Casner, Penzotti Gardiner, Schilling, K. Mar- tin, M, Robinson, Rihlet. J Butler, McAuliffe. Marshall M. Roush. H. L. Jones. S Briggs. Row I: Dr. Heston, Sprunk. li. l. Patrick. Wright, Verry. P. Harris, Dr. McLean: Row Il: C. G. Knibloe, Dice. Hyde. K. Swan. VanderMeer. Marsh, Asbury. J. VValters. C. Roberts: ROW IH: R. Hartwig, Hinkle, Osgood. N e b e l. McKelvey, Cohoe. VVyly, Education Club Shirley Clayton presided over meetings of the Education club this year. Programs included lifesaving, rhythms, par- ent-home relationships, and music constr'uction. A tea was held for the graduating members of the club in May. Other officers were Margaret Burr. vice-presi- dent. Joanne Sprunk, secretary, and lla Sloan. treasurer. Faculty advisor was Dr. Eleanor T. Mc- Laughlin. Psychology Club A trip to the Kalamazoo State Mental Hospi- tal highlighted the years activities for the Psy- chology club. Two movies, one on hypnosis and the other on mental and emotional problems, were shown. Col. Duckworth spoke on K'General Semantics," and a senior spoke on her seminar work at Starr Commonwealth for Boys. Officers for the year were Suzan Verry, pres- ident. George Wright, vice-president, and Glenna VanderMeer, secretary-treasurer. Dr. VV. Maurice McLean was the faculty sponsor, Alpha Phi Gamma To qualify for membership in Alpha Phi Gamma. national journalistic fraternity, a student must have worked on the staff of the Albionian or Pleiad at least two years and in an editorial capaci- ty one year, Chosen lor membership this year were Carol Bower, Rosemary Kuchta, Anne Miller. ,Ianet Sul- livan, Mary Ellen Heath. Roberta Langdon, and Bruce Miller. Mr. Robert Gildart, Dr. joseph Ir- win, Mr. Anthony Taffs. and Mr. Paul Trautman are faculty members. The fraternity is in the process of reestablish- ment on the Albion campus. Contributors' Club Four outstanding literary movies were pre- sented by the Contributors club this year. They were "Cry the Beloved Country," NAS You Like lt." "A Bell for Adanof' and 4'The Caine Mutiny." The club also helped sponsor the Bennett Cerf lecture. The organization. which aims to further stu- dent interest in creative writing, was directed by Barbara Romnes, president. Patricia Harris, vice- presidentg Martha MeBroom. secretary. and Ellen Seeley, treasurer. Dr. Joseph Irwin was faculty advisor. Row iz R. Kuchta. Sulli van. C. Bower. ROW II: Dr Irwin. A. Miller. Mr. Tafls R. Langdon. Mr. Gildart. Row I: Dr. lrwin, Seeley P. Harris. B. Remnes, Mc Broom, Fall. Hannettg Row ll: Clayton. Sloan. E. Rob- inson. Dodge. C. Bower. S Chavarry. Gale. Row I: G. Keller. Voss. S. Chavarry. D. Allen. Jamie- son. G. O'Brien. Rodewald. Weston. Miss Henninger: Row II: P. E. Miller. Jasiu- levicius. Todd. M. Lepard. Clason. Boehringer. Hoover- man, Lindberg. Boss. Baxter. Hardiesq Bow IH: Kirsch. Gott. B. D. Smith, VV. Smith. Turk. Pass, Jordan. Shaffer. Ryder. Mr. Swenson. French Club Le Cercle Francais, the French club, provides opportunities for French conversation, and a full- er appreciation of French culture. At the annual Christmas party traditional carols were sung in French. Mr. Alan Blizzard spoke on French aft at a joint meeting with the Art club. Officers for the year were Thomas Howson, president. Jacqueline Miller, vice-president. Nancy Doster, secretary, and Judith Davis, treasurer. Fac- ulty sponsor Was Dr. Sheila Kragness. The French honorary, Le Cenacle, is headed by Holly Fall. 1. Q18 German Club A new name. "Der Deutsch Bundj' 'The Ger- man Bandf' started off the new year for the Ger- man club. An old-fashioned "Kaffe Klatschj' a Christ- mas program featuring a German play and tradi- tional carols. and the annual spring picnic high- lighted the year's activities. Other meetings in- cluded programs of slides and discussions. Officers of the club were Judith Jamieson. president. Frank Sassaman, vice-presidentg Nancy Cotanche and Barbara Garner, secretaries, and Gerald O'Brien, treasurer. Miss Isolde Henninger was the club's faculty advisor. Row l: Miss Whitcomb Grinager. Hoffa. Dostcr. J Miller. J. Davis, Dr. K115., nessg Row Il: Fall. L. Wil cox. Enyart. Fehsenfeld. B Butcher. Keyes. M. Moore S VV3l'llCl'. Lamb. Hosley. 'NJ i Row I: Dr. Keller. Wood man, Monzo, N, Brown, Van derMeer, Enyart, Spaulding Miss Whitcombg Row II: D Pearson, Sullivan, M. Calk ins, L. Peterson. L. Wilcox Agnew, P. Walker, J. M. Wil son, Cornwell, Hallenbeck Brophy, C. G. Knibloe. Jeff ersong Row III: Starling Meeks, S. Thompson, Losey Hartson, Cohoe. Yonker. Spanish Club The Spanish club, La Sociedad Hispanica, highlighted the year with a rogram by Latin American students, who are Eonorary members of the club, and one by David Yonker, who show- ed slides on Bolivia. Officers were Barbara Enyart, presidentg Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma Phi, national honorary classical fraternity, emphasizes the appreciation of the an- cient Greek and Latin languages and cultures. This year the fraternity presented a study of the Greeks and their contributions to contemporary art and architecture, which was opened to the classics department. They also participated in the scholarship contest sponsored by the national chapter. Officers for the year were Dorothy Bailey, president, Ronald Pugsley, vice-president, and Donald Shaffer, secretary-treasurer. Mr. O. F. Bale was faculty advisor. Glenna VanderMeer, vice-president, Sarah Spauld- ing, secretary, and Nancy Brown, treasurer. Miss Alice Whitcomb and Dr. Jean Keller were faculty advisors. The Spanish honorary, Los Hispanistas, is headed by Shirley Clayton. Row I: Mr. Bale, Pugsleyq Row Il: Shaffer D. Bailey. Row I: Mr. Aris, D. G Jones. L. Aris, Hesse. J Clark. Fought. Dr. Branch Row II: Spanos, G. B. Mar tin, Terry, Kammert, Water man. R. L. Smith. Coalwell. Row I: Coalwell. Mr. Pol lard. Dr. Quale. Dr. James G. B. Martin: Row II: Aris Knickerbocker. Weeks. ,Iami eson. R. L. Smith. Riley, Spa nos: ROW III: VVeiss, Turk ,I. Scott. Silcox. Borland Lindberg. Economies Club Forum Club The Economics club, departmental honorary, held monthly meetings with guest speakers from various business fields. The club joined other departmental clubs to sponsor both the vocational conference and the so- cial science conference. A fall trip to the G. M. Technological center and a spring trip to Chicago to visit the Mid-West Stock Exchange were part of the year's activities. Oflicers of the group were Lynnwood Aris, president, James Clark, vice-president, ,Ioan Hesse, secretary, and John Fought, treasurer. Mr. E. May- nard Aris, Dr. Maurice Branch, Mr. Leslie Eng- strom, and Mr. J. W. Polk served as club advisors. Investigation and discussion of current inter- national relations questions is the purpose of the Forum clubs monthly meetings. Q Guest speakers this year included Harold J. Foote, Commonwealth Southern engineer. who spoke to the club on Russia, showing many slides he had taken in the country, and Dr. Justin Glat- hart, who discussed the usputniku at another meeting. Club leaders were George Martin, president, Tad Coalwell, vice-president, and Kaye Hamlin, secretary-treasurer. Philosophy Club Leading the Philosophy club this year were Richard Rustad, president, and Elizabeth Heu- man, secretary-treasurer. The purpose of the club is to further thenphilosophical spirit." Guest speakers included Mrs. Edward Daley. who showed slides and discussed her tri in Eu- rope, Dr. Ernst Breisach, assistant proflessor of history at Western Michigan, who spoke on "Ex- istentialismf Dr. Philip Marshall, who discussed 'Philosophy in the Physical World,' and Reverend Dudley Burr, who spoke on the 'Development of the Christian Creed." Dr. Arthur XV. Munk was club advisor. Sociology Club Slides from India shown by Dr. Charles Swan and a social work discussion led by Miss Lois Lamont from Jackson highlighted two programs of the Sociology club this year. A visit to a Negro church for dinner and a group discussion on current social roblems took place in November. In the spring the annual pic- nic was held. Donald Robinson was presidentg Marjorie Sours, vice-president, and Ann Bjorncrantz, secre- tary. Dr. Charles Swan and Dr. Panos Bardis were faculty advisors. Row I: L. Hall, J. Walt' ers. E. 1. Patrick, Sours, Han- nettg Row II: C. Roberts. R. B. Kennedy. VVoodman. R. Hartwig, P. E. Miller. N. Harris. Row I: Cherubim, Dr M u n k. Rustad, Heunian Bamsey: Row II: S. Butcher Howard. Borland, Hannett D. Black: Row III: Jais Sassainan, Foltz. Niggeman Pass. Beta Beta Beta A biology Open House and an open club meeting with Dr. Leonard P. Schultz, ichthyologist of the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D. C., highlighted the activities of Beta Beta Beta this year. Club officers were Frederick Foltz, president, Janet Van Wingen, vice-president, Donald Wor- cester, secretary-treasurer, and John Hartz, his- torian. Dr. William J. Gilbert was faculty advisor. The purpose of the club, a national honorary society, is to encourage superior scholarship in biology and to reward achievements in that field. Chemistry Affiliates The purpose of Chemistry Afiiliates. to pro- mote interest in chemistry, was furthered by speakers who visited the club. Armand J. Guarino, of the University of Michigan medical school, spoke on "Cancer and Nucleic Acidsn at a joint meeting with Beta Beta Beta. Dr. Robert N. Ham- mer, of Michigan State University, spoke on uLiquid Ammonia Chemistry" at another meeting. Leading the club this year were Samuel Butcher, president, and Truman Jordan. secretary- treasurer. Row I: Mr. Munk, Dr. Cook. Jordan. S. Butcher VVest0n. Dr. Marshall, Dr Carnell1 Row II: Ryder, R Lawrence. V. Hoshal. G. Kell er. E. Weiskopf, Hudson. R D. Smith: Row III: D, Swan Rimer, Carpenter, R. Mange XVorcester. D. VVilson. Row I: Miss Dixon, Hartz Miss Rogers, Foltz, Worces ter, Van Wingen, Dr. Gilbert Row II: M. Crandell, Spauld ing, Oliver, Downie, D. Ding er, Bunker. Peters, Welter Quigley. Row III: D. Swan Sassaman, Carpenter. K. Le pard, R. Fleming, L. Stone Kinde, L. Manning. Row I: Mr. Pettersen. Mullin, Buckles, J. Clark, Lutz, L. Christian, Broderick, Brewer, Gieske, Hawks, Dr. Glathart, Row Il: J. Mills, Foulke, Haller, A. Reed, Os- berg, Hudson, Hooverman, Coye, Paustian, Ryder, W. Smith, Boss, Row III: Gott, Abebe. Carpenter, School- craft, Conaway, G. Reed, Gu- dum. Otero, Love. G. Barnes. Osgood, Gibbons. .L .. Q L A w...,f 1-asf-,P if-f . 4.51 we 3" Kappa Mu Epsilon Arthur Coxford served as president of Kappa Mu Epsilon this year, assisted by Truman Jordan, vice-president, Mary Ellen Heath, secretary-treas- urer, and Mary Buckles, program chairman. The outstanding project of the year brought Dr. Paul Halmos. University of Chicago professor. to the April meeting. Both the Physics and Chem- istry clubs were invited. Dr. Keith W. Moore was faculty advisor ol' the club. a national honorary mathematics society. Rowlq Broderick, Buckles. Jordan, Dr. Moore, Coxford. J. Clark, Heath, Row II: Brewer. Otero. Hooverman. Gieske, L. Christian, S. Butcher. Foulke. J. Manning. Physics Club Mr. Robert S. Cohen, renowned scientist and physicist, was guest speaker at the March meeting of the Physics club, whose aim is to foster and cn- courage student interest in physics and science. This years club officers were Larry Chris- tian president, Wfilliam Lutz. vice-president, and Thomas Brewer, secretary-treasurer. The group was assisted by faculty advisors Dr. J. L. Glathart. Mr. L. Ellis Hanna, and Mr. Howard E. Pettersen. Row I: MacKenzie, P. Mills, Pritchard, K. Thomp son, N. Arnold, S. Workman, Grindle, C. Wood, Gaskill Reppert, Peck, L. Wilcox, Greene, J. Baker, L. Taylor, R Smith, Row II: P. E. Miller, Winegar, Kramer, J. Arnold J. Mange, L. Pinney, Poelke, Oberlin, G. Keller, Carl, sf Zimmerman, Hook, G. Smith, Titus, Richardson, Koepf- Row I: MacKenzie. Greene. Grindle, C. VVood, Koepfgen. S. Workman, P, Mills, L. Taylor, Row II: P Miles, J, Arnold, P. E. Miller, G. Keller, Oberlin, S. Zimmerman, Kramer: Row III: R. Burgess, G, Bennett, R. Reed, J. Nelson, R. Dwyer, De- Vinney, Row IV: D. Allen, Bor- land, G. Reed. R. Calkins. Lind- berg. gen, Hockley, Row III: Badge, P. Miles, Boss, D. W. Smith, Dwyer, D. Morrow, R. Burgess, J. Nelson, Hardies, DeVinney, Pixley, E. Wilson, Pittard, D. Robinson, Row IV: G. Bennett, R. Kraft, L. Smith, R. Reed, D. Allen, Bor- land, G. Reed, E. Weiskopf, D. Hines, R. Calkins, Hecock, Walsworth, Lindberg. Carol Singers - Choir Music filled the air in and around Albion through the efforts of the A Cappella choir this year. The choir was under the direction of Mr. David Strickler. "Music for Christmasf performed by the combined choir and Choral society, consisted of 16th and 17th century music. The group sang for the St. Cecelia society in Grand Rapids and participated in the Fourth Inter- collegiate Choir Festival. On their annual tour they presented church concerts throughout Michigan and in Chicago. The Carol Singers presented concerts in Lan- sing, Battle Creek, and Albion. Band The Albion College bands, under the leader- ship of Mr. Frank C. Pearson, played for the en- joyment of college students and guests during the year. The Concert band, a group chosen by audi- tion from the Varsity band, presented programs for the student body in convocation and in a spring concert. During their spring tour the Con- cert band presented seventeen concerts in Michi- gan, Indiana, and Illinois. The Varsity band, open to any interested stu- dent, appeared at a basketball game and ended the year with a concert in Kresge Gymnasium, with the A Cappella choir and the Modern Dance group as assisting artists. Chamber Orchestra The Chamber Orchestra was under the direc- tion of Mr. Carl Shultz. College students make up the nucleus of the orchestra, assisted by musicians from surrounding communities. Featured during the season were the string workshop and festival held in Baldwin Hall, con- certs given in February and May, and the Choral society concert. Wayne Dunlay, well-known conductor of sev- eral Michigan orchestras, served as guest con- ductor on two occasions. Guest soloist in the fi- nal Chamber Orchestra concert was Paul Olefsky first cellist of the Detroit Symphony. a Row I: Van Denburg, Walter, Garner, J. Hoshal, Morse, Wyse, P. J. Smith, Curtis, Row II: Knudsen, Hosley, de Beaumont, Clason, Shields, Richard, Row III: Flocke, Gardiner, S. Smith, Slocum, A. Lepard, Irwin, Hartson, Findlay, Osberg, McCord, D. Lockwood, Weeks, S. Thompson, J. Spears, Row IV: H Stevens, Mr. Frank C. Pearson, McCuen, R. Bartlett, Turk, J. Whitmore, Camburn. Row I: Agnew. S. Cowles. Knudscn. Slocum, VanDen- burg. Anderson, A. Stevens. E. Elliott, Row II: K. Olsen, ,I a n k e, Liverance, Curtis, Crockett, ,I. Spears, Turk, H. Stevens, G. Wilcox, Ryder. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia The highlights of this years activities center- ed around the quartet sing held in ,Ianuary and the Interfraternity sing in May. Other events includ- ed a joint American Composers' concert with Sig- ma Alpha Iota and ushering at numerous musical programs. Funds raised at the quartet sing went to- wards the S5150 scholarship awarded annually to an outstanding music student. Beta Iota chapter also won an award for be- ing the outstanding chapter in the Michigan pro- vince. This years activities were organized under the leadership of Lynnwood Aris, president, and Richard DeVinney, vice-president. Sigma Alpha Iota Musical activities ol' Sigma Alpha Iota during the year were under the leadership of Patricia Ta- bor. Assisting her were Sue Koepfgen. vice-presi- dent: Sandra Wicklund, recording secretaryg Louise Taylor, treasurer. and Donna Grindle, cor- responding secretary. Sigma Alpha Iota is a national women's mu- sic fraternity. Albions Iota Pi chapter annually sponsors a sorority song fest. This year a music scholarship fund was set up. Other activities included the American Composers' recital held with Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and a program of music by Mr. Anthony Taffs. Row la Wicklund,Tabor, Koepfgen, L. Taylorg Row II: Oberlin, Busch, J. Arnold, Grindle, Row I: R, L, Fleming. Hyder, Shaffer, Aris, Van Denburg, Weeks, Mr. Pear- song Row II: Hartz, Morse, Lindberg, Borland, G. Reed, D. Peterson, Findlay, Ken- deigh, S, Thompson, Blom- field. Bow I: Oberlin. Deeg. M. A. Bennett, Labick, R. Bow- er, ROW II: Dr. Irwin, Mr. Hampton, Dr. Harton, Miss Henninger. Row I: Sassaman, Buckles, P. Harris, Deeg, Dr. Harton, Labick, Royle, ROW II: Palermo, M. Bennett, Peters, Oberlin, Verry, R. Bower, R. Knight, Treadwell, Seeley, B. Morris, A. Robin- son. Albion College Players Theta Alpha Phi A take-off on the old time melodrama, 'SOnly An Orphan Girljl opened the 1957-58 season of the Albion College Players. "Family Portraitl' was presented in December. ln the Spring the Players dramatized "She Stoops to Conquerf' This year the Players were led by Charlyne Deeg, president, Patricia Harris, vice-president, Barbara Labick, secretary, and Mary Buckles, treasurer. Dr. Helen Harton was club sponsor. The Players held two open meetings, one, a panel discussion of the opportunities for student participation in campus play production, and the other, a talk on current Broadway theatre. Theta Alpha Phi, national dramatics recogni- tion society, was led this year by Mary Bennett, president, Charlyne Deeg, vice-president, Mildred Oberlin, secretary, Barbara Labick, treasurer, and Ralph Bower, historian. Dr. Helen Harton was the sponsor. To be eligible for membership in this group, one must be a member of the Albion College Play- ers and an active participant in some phase of campus theatre production. . - I , . nz :. .swf 1,'L'm,3ai5fi V we . tame Row I: S. Warner, V. Ho shal, Mr. Hampton, J. Ho shal, D. Swang Row II: Weiss, Pass, Urick, Culver R. Manning. Row I: LeFevre, Aris, P. Harris, Hight, Buck, Col Duckworth, Cohoez ROW Il M ann, Enyart, Nicolson Lange, R. A. Fleming, J Clark, B. Fox, Fromm Schmidt, J. Hoshal. Row III G. Wilcox, Purcell, C. And rews, R. Reed, Bendall, Mc- Whorter, Pass, Kraft, West phal. Debate WAN R Debaters won sixteen out of twenty-four de- cision debates this year. Citations for excellence were awarded to Walter Urick and Stanley Warner at the Invita- tional Novice tournament at the University of Illinois, and to Verne Hoshal and David Swan in the Illinois State Normal tournament. Albion won the tenth annual DePauw Invita- tional tournament and rounded out the year with the West Point Invitational tournament at North- western University. WANR, the "Voice of Albion Collegej' broad- casts twenty-one hours weekly. A first in the stationis history this year was a live broadcast of the Calvin-Albion basketball game. WANR is now an associate member of the United Press News Association. Leading the staff were William Hight, man- agerg Patricia Harris, assistant managerg John Buck, chief engineer, and Lynnwood Aris, news and sports manager. They were assisted by forty staff members. Row I: Doster, Harding, D Bailey.Cavanaugh1 Row II M. Crandell, A. Smith, Cislison. Balkema. Horton. YMCA The YMCA, under the leadership of Eldon Wyly, Worked with the recreation department in Albion to aid underprivileged children. They also sponsored a freshman dance in the fall and a rec- ord hop. Dr. Philip Marshall spoke at one of their meetings. Advisor this year was Mr. Howard Pettersen. Other officers were Phillip Williams, vice-presi- dent, and Paul Bradley, secretary-treasurer. YWCA This year the YWCA was divided into sec- tions which dealt with the areas of Christian faith and heritage, social responsibility, and personal and campus life. Under the leadership of Dorothy Bailey, pres- identg Marcia Smith, vice-president, Linda Cav- anaugh, treasurer, and Nancy Doster, secretary, the YWCA sponsored the Big and Little Sister movement, vesper services in the dormitories, the Horn-of-Plenty dinner, and the Y-sister activities. They also did volunteer hospital work and pro- moted the student-faculty Fireside Talks. Miss Clara Dixon served as the group advisor. Y '. ,-F4443 .ai-f . .. Row I: L. Carlson, P. Williams, Wyly. Stahl, R. L. er, Westphal, Atkins, B. Crandell, R. R. Smith, How III: Corliss, Ashley. G. llurst. Ott, Stoppert. P. Bradley. Fleming, Row II: W. Butch- Chi Epsilon The purpose of Chi Epsilon is to unite in fel- lowship men entering the ministry or other forms of religious leadership. Guest speakers offered advice on vocational opportunities. The group gained practical experi- ence by working with similar community organiz- ations. Officers this year were Kenneth Borland, president, Paul Tarr, vice-president, James Tor- telli, secretary, and Emery Hinkston, treasurer. Zeta Epsilon Lambda The emphasis of Zeta Epsilon Lambda is on fellowship of girls who are interested in religious vocations and church related activities. Under the leadership of Marcia Roush, the girls held a get-acquainted program for the fresh- men and provided a Christmas party for the resi- dents of an old peoples, home. Other activities in- cluded a joint meeting with Chi Epsilon and a pro- gram which featured Lois Lamont, Jackson social worker, who spoke on the vocational opportunities in social work. Gther officers were Joyce Manning, vice-pres- ident, and XVinifred Laws, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Elsie Butt was faculty advisor. Row I: Howard, Gislason M. Roush, J. Manning, D Bailey, Langs, Rovv Il: Mc Cotter, J. Cook, Grindle, Pel- lowe, S. Jackson, Ritter, Berg, N. Thompson. ing, Pranian, Stoppert. Row I: D. Miles, E. Jones Dr. Cheek, Borland, Hinks ton, Tortelli, Badge, D. G Martin, Rovv II: S. Baker Giguere, Pass, R. Clark, Lind berg, H. Cook, Grii-Hth, Row III: Wilde, Kraft, Rustad, P Bradley, Bauer, R. L. Flem Row In P. Long, Plymale. Densmore, M. Adams, Dice McCotter, Row II: N. Ad ams, Sharp, Szepesi, E Jones, Hooverman, J. XV jones, Wleston, Kelsey. Row I: L. Wilcox, Grin dle, M. Kay, Howard, Powell Pass, Seeley, Row II1 Mc Henry, Calame, W. Bright Bauer, K. Ralston, A. Jack son, O'Brian, Jordan, E. Wil son, M. Roush. Methodist Student Presbyterian College Nlovemert The Methodist Student Movement was under the leadership of Glenn Powell. Assisting him were Shirley Howard, vice-president, Margaret Kay, secretary, and Frederick Pass, treasurer. 'Communism and Christianityf' and the Afri- can situation were topics of discussion during the year. The group worked with residents at the Starr Commonwealth for Boys. The religious dance group was led by Marcia Roush, and the XVesley Players were under the di- rection of Ellen Seeley. Fellowship 'Participating in Christian Fellowship" was the theme this year of the Presbyterian College Fellowship, led by Anne Densmore. Activities of the group included washing the church windows, Halloween and Christmas par- ties, a winter retreat at Duck Lake, and a family fellowship program. Dr. W. Keith Moore addressed the group on l'Astronomy and Christianityj' and Judith Arnold presented a program on Christianity through mu- sic. Other oflicers were Richard Plymale, vice- president, and Nancy Adams, secretary-treasurer. A Club A va1'sity sports letter is the prerequisite for admission to the KA" club. Leadership in the classroom, on the athletic field, and on the cam- pus is the goal of the club. Oflicers for the past year were Art Coxford. presidentg John Leppi, vice-president. Ken Wylie. secretary, and Jim Bowser, treasurer. Big Three week end was thc main activity sponsored by the "A" Club. This spring event tra- ditionally features a tug-of-war for the freshman and sophomore classes and activities for the rest of the campus. Row I: Miss Duff. B Romnes, Van VVingen James. Sours. Miss Beese. Lovejoy: ROW II: Enyart. Munt, R. Knight. De Young. N. Brown. Johnstone, J VValte-rs. L. Wlilcox. Sullivan Row III: M. Carlson, Cale. Welter. R. B. Kennedy. Buckles. VanderMeer. M Robinson. Tice WAA Awards were presented in the spring for ac- tive participation during the year in swimming. hockey, badminton, outing, archery, bowling, modern dance, basketball, volleyball. snow sports table tennis, softball, canoeing, and tennis. XVAA again sponsored Co-Rec nights, which united activities for both men and women. Officers were Janet Van Wingen. president, Alli- son James, vice-president, Barbara Romnes, sec- retary, and Marjorie Sours. treasurer. Miss Jo- sephine Dunn, Miss Betty Beese. and Miss Char- lotte Duff were the faculty advisors. Brubaker, Waller, Noland Row I: Russell, R. Nash V. Hall, J. G. Wilson, Land rum, Moorehead, R. Pearson McConkie, Bald, J. Scott, K Lepard, Row II: Van Hoeve Hulce, Foulke, Leppi, Brew er, Mr. Fraser, Haller, Leak Sharp, Morrison, Bowser Row Ill: Wylie, D. Taylor D. E. Hines, Solms, Water man, Gudum, D. H. Jones - L A' . ,,?W ., if 5 l 14 "A Al lg, lite Gangwer. Crosby, Maynard, Penzotti, S, Baker, Simmons Cheerleaders This years cheerleaders were Carol Simmons and Barbara Maynard, co-eaptainsg Rita Crosby, Gayle Gangwer, Sharon Baker, and Sara Penzotti. Tamar Davis, a substitute first semester, replac- ed Sara second semester. Priscilla Barkalow was also a substitute first semester. The cheerleaders cheered at almost every football and basketball game played by the Brit- ons. During football season they sold pom poms and put the money in a fund for new sweaters next year. ln the spring letters were presented to those having cheered one year and letter sweaters for two years of service. Q 4- . m......N . Homecoming 1957 M ,M A wr ,W V ff"' V Candids Q , Jia A Q s kg 2 WllW""'. . K, 1 President Whitehouse at Homecoming game Pleiud staff hard at work Delta Zetas win SAI song fest Albion and the Bohm theatel Familiar scene The crew behind the scenes qvwnlwv' ex In A if Dorothy McVittie Kresge dining hall Commencement Day Big Three "County Fair" In the ceramics lab Dormitory dance Speech department discussion on the Near East Candids Bennett Cerf visits Albion College Band performs at pre-game pep rally Q "Q . V .. ' g ., - V51 hw' Q5 ll '- '. Ai 4 X i 3 if fr ll,l V , 5 ' V , A t "Hanging of the Harvest VVreath" by the AVVS 'board Albion College on the air M Mortar Board judges Christmas decora- tions in womens dormitory Q! rx WW? LM Scene from 4'Faniily Portraitu Christmas in the women's dormitory Tekes again take first place in fraternity quartet sing 1-......,,,mn wwf' Greeting Rep Clare Hoffman for speech de partment discussion on Right to Work Laws Student research in chemistry gg-as-Sw., U ,ups gnu I. , 5 ,.,, 4, E L . M L.. fi 9 Through Athletic Activities ,QF Yvvvv 1957 FOOTBALL RECORD ALBION OPPONENT 7 Wabash 32 27 Kalamazoo 1 3 14 Adrian 6 14 Hillsdale 20 5 7 Olivet 0 20 Michigan Tech. O 1 3 Alma 6 7 Hope 47 lk-fr ' Co-captains: Reed and Taylor Coaches. Shurmur, Balciulis, Fraser Dick Nash Tom Taylor The Briton football team was a surprise to everyone. At the beginning of the season ten ex- perienced men were lost through ineligibility and injuries. At the end of the season the Britons had compiled a 5-3 overall record and a 4-2 record in league play, which earned the Britons a second place tie with Hope. The highlight of the season was the Home- coming game against Hillsdale played before a record breaking crowd of 8,400. Albion, pre-game underdog, led most of the game until the Dales came from behind to win 20-14 in the last quarter. End Tom Taylor was elected to the first team Little All-American, the second time in the school's history that a football player has been so honored. Fullback Dick Nash, the leagueis leading ground gainer, was selected for the first team Methodist All-American. Both Taylor and Nash were on the first team Small College All-State and All-MIAA. Row I: Mr. Balciulis, Richards, Cady, Vangilder, Kenyon, Danforth, T. Taylor, Reed, Noland, Sawchuk, Nash, Coach Fraser, Coach Shurmur. Row II: Paustian, Harkness, Walters, Landrum, Pearson, Dygert, Johnston, Leak. F. Lewis, Carpenter, Richey, Gamble, Bowser: Row III: Lyons, W. McNally, Stafford, Vournakis, Berry, J. Lewis. P. Bowers, Foss, D. Andrews, Alexis, Row IV: Cartwright, Dewey, Newman, Jacobs, J. Snider, Wood, Williams, Larson, Dunn, Willey, Darwin, Row V: D. Morrow, Crawford, Holtz, Engle, B. Snyder, Graham, Ingraham, Heaps, H. Adams: Row VI: Berndt, Manning, Flanders, Garrett, Kreider, Maceroni, Bremmeyr. MP Row I Krawiec Rogers Bright Powell Priest, nam, Hobe, Huggettg Row III: Gallagher, Mr. Polk J Eaton Kevitt Anderson Row Il Coach Sprankle West- Jones, Youngs, Barnes, L. Smith, Taup, Tarr, Harrison phal Vydareny Gaudard Pobst G Hurst Chapman Ly- Szepesi,W.johns. Cross Country The Albion harriers were again in the cham- pionis seat as they split the title with Kalamazoo. The team turned in a perfect league meet record of 5-0 and an overall season record of 10-3. After beating Kalamazoo in the regular season, the Brit- ons placed second in the all-MIAA meet with 41 points to Kalamazoois 38. The season ended with a co-championship between the two teams, the eleventh time in twelve years that Coach Spran- kle's men have either won or split the cross coun- try title. Captain Jim Taup was voted the most valu- able team member for the second straight year. This is the first time in recent years that an indi- vidual has been honored with the captaincy. 1957 SEASON RECORD ALBION OPPONENT 15 Jackson J. C. 22 LQ Kalamazoo IQ 31 Wabash 50 35 25 15 Butler 50 23 O. Wesleyan 36 43 Bowling Gr. 18 15 Hillsdale 44 24 Calvin 35 22 Earlham 39 16 U. of Illinois 47 16 Alma 47 15 Hope 50 31 U. of Chi. 24 Row I: Powell, Voorheis, Waller, VVylie, DeVries, mur, Logan, Tibble, Taylor, Burkman Sampson Solms Stafford, Dwyer, Henning, Jais, ROW II: Coach Shur- Hanna, Allmand. Swimming For an outstanding performance of 8 wins and 3 losses the swimming team was awarded championship jackets for the first time in its his- tory. fhe custom of issuing jackets only to league title teams was temporarily suspended as there is no MIAA competition in swimming. The team was led by co-captains Dale Taylor and George Burkman and five outstanding fresh- men: Tom Allmand, the teamis top point getterg Dick Hanna, jim Sampson, Colin Stafford, and Dennis Tibble. Sampson was voted the most out- standing swimmer, and set a pool record and two varsity records. Fritz Bald, Burkman, Glenn Powell, and Tay- lor will be missing from next year's team. 1957 SEASON RECORD ALBION OPPONENTS 32 Central Mich. 54 53 Western Mich. 33 56 Beloit 29 34 West. Ontario 52 441,74 Bay City JC 411,74 47 Wayne State 30 51 Hillsdale 34 58 Ball State 28 39 Central Mich. 47 53 Ohio Wesleyan 33 53 DePauw 33 Swimmers in action Stover dunking the ball Basketball After tying for the basketball crown last year. the cagers found the going much rougher this year. Their efforts produced a 9 won-12 lost rec- ord and a tie for filth place in the league stand- ings. liven with this record the Britons remained undefeated on the home floor until near the end of the season when Adrian topped them hy one point. 74-73. Virgil Hall was the teams leading scorer with a total oi' 363 points. a 17.3 average per game. Conrad Stover and Garth Richey were the other high scorers with averages of 10.6 and 7.9 respec- tively. Co-captains Hall and Scott along with Dick Johnson will he missed from next years squad. Row 1 Coach Balciulis. M. Stone, Sisson, Hultz, J. Ponko. D. Brubaker. Stover, Hansen. Richey, Arrowsmith Masteller Stott. Hall, R. johnson. Wilson. Dant, Losey, F. Shipp. T. Trexler. Benbrook. Kreidei Coach Isaac: Row II: Ford. Fausch. Bondield. 1958 BASKETBALL RECORD XLBION OPPONE INT 74 Tri-State 70 66 Hope 77 57 Kalamazoo 34 54 Adrian 78 65 West. Ontario 54 75 Alma 62 55 Manchester 72 75 Hiram 43 76 Hillsdale 66 66 Calvin 80 55 Bluffton 56 66 xVOOStCl' 76 72 Olivet 64 84 Lake Forest 59 61 Kalamazoo 66 73 Adrian 74 54 Hillsdale 57 64 Olivet 39 69 Calvin 8-l 715 Alma 78 6 6 H op e 9 1 Row I: Hall, Timmons, Marvin, Connelly, Cooley, Pearson, Powell, Moorehead, Row II: Ford, Foulke, Chapman, Lynam, Otero, Taylor, Gudum, Bowser, Nutt Row III: Leppi, Thornton, Landrum, Hood, Bowen 1957 SEASON RECORD ALBION OPPONENT 36 Central Mich. 72 9215 U. of Illinois 4015 9015 Calvin 4015 55 U. of Chicago 76 83 M, Hope 4734, 56 Wayne 64 56 U. of Detroit 28 101 Hillsdale 30 9327, Kalamazoo 3715 Barnhart, Bright, Lawson, Row IV: Mr. Polk, Lepard Bader, Barnes, Taup, Stover, Berry, Cady, Richey, Hug gett, Coach Isaac. Track The track team again scored decisive victor' ies in all league meets to capture for the fourth straight year the MIAA track championship. This was the tenth title in the last thirteen years. The seasonis record was 6 wins and 3 losses, the latter coming at the hands of Central Michigan college, University of Chicago, and Wayne State university in a triangular meet. The co-captains for the 1957 season were Charles Connelly and Dick Cooley. John Leppi received the most valuable player award for the second straight year and was the team's leading scorer. Bat boy Fraser, Jr., ROW I: Coach Fraser, Stone, er, L. Masteller, J. Russell, ROW III: Brooks Vangildei Middlestadt, Nash, Waterman, Kenny, Eman, Coach Bale Deer, Coye, Radzik, Flack, Althouse, Row IV NVe1s eiulis: ROW II: McConkie, Van Hoeve, Hultz, J. Mastell- kopf, Coxford, Hudson, Krawiec. The young Briton baseball team, compiled mostly of freshmen and sophomores, found the MIAA title race a bit tough as they wound up the season with a 6 won-7 lost league record and tied for fourth place with Kalamazoo. The Overall sea- son record was 11 wins and IO losses for a .524 average. Larry Masteller was an All-MIAA selection at left field, received the teamis most valuable player award, and led the team in hitting with a .349 average. His twin brother, Jerry Masteller, was chosen as an All-MIAA pitcher. Chuck Coye was voted the outstandin freshman, and Bob Wa- S terman was elected captain. All major letter winners are expected back with the exception of two seniors. Coach Mor- ley Fraser anticipates a much improved team next year. 1957 SEASON RECORD ALBION OPPONENT ALBION 8 Aquinas Hope 3 Aquinas Hope 7 Huntington Adrian IO Huntington Adrian 9 Calvin NVayne 3 MSU Wayne 0 MSU Calvin 4 Alma Hillsdale 2 Alma Hillsdale 2 Olivet Kalamazoo 4 Olivet OPPONENT 7 5 2 2 3 5 7 5 5 I Baseball P3 ' Masteller twins ALBION OPPONENT 1 O Chicago 1 l Ku - 1 957 GOLF RECORD ALBION OPPONENT 8 Tri State 10 3 Louisville 24 4 Louisville 1 4 61fQ Hanover 141 ,vli Q 51,Q Kalamazoo 10 IQ 10112 Hope 51,4 1416, Toledo A 2 111.6 Bowling Green 61g 1 , 16 W - Olivet O y 5 Hillsdale 11 4 Bowling Grn. 1 1 , 16 Alma 0 1 12 Adrian 3 l 16 Calvin 0 Row I: Coach Aris, Hamilton, B. Bell, P. Young, B. Johns, N. FOX, Row ll: K. Crosby, VVyse, Altherr, Krsul, Pauli, Fliss. CEOH After losing the first four meets the putters made a strong comeback to end up the season with a 7-7 overall record and a 5-2 league record. However, Coach Aris' men ran into trouble in the league meet at Kalamazoo and ended the sea- son in fourth place behind Kalamazoo, Hillsdale, and Hope. The first squad of golfers was composed of Captain Bud Fox, Bob Hamilton, Pete Young, and Berry Johns. Tennm Returning tennis coach, Darrell Pollard, piloted the netmen to a second place berth in the conference. After a slow start the team bounced back to win six of its league matches, being de- feated only by Kalamazoo. Starting singles men in positions one through five were Dale Brubaker, Don Hines, captains Bill Johnson and Gary Riley, and John Krafft. The doubles teams were Brubaker-Hines and Johnson- Riley. 1 957 TENNIS RECORD 1 Toledo 8 1 Louisville 7 3 Louisville 6 8 Hanover 1 3 Eastern 6 4 Hope 3 7 Olivet O 7 Calvin 0 7 Adrian O 6 Alma 1 6 Hillsdale 1 1 Kalamazoo 4 Crainj Row I: Krafft, W. Johnson, Riley, Hines, D. Brubaker, Row II: Elkins, Lamb, Smith, R. Brubaker, Coach Pollard. i 4 ve 3 4 Through Social Affiliations Row I: VVrisley, Woodburne, Little, G. Bower, Deeg, Sturm, Avery, B. Romnes, Gale, Rudd, Fillmore, Bjorn crantz, M. Harmony, ROW II: Raymond, Lovejoy, See ley. Gee, Gardiner, R. Knight, N. Adams, Beatty, Olson gi .i JT,-at tina: 'him ,Q-3'f'.f-qi!,3,,QQ fits gf , - 'it Nu Q l tk it V - 1 IS fe 6. vs 5: at Zeta Tau Alpha M. Calkins, Elmy, Grinager, ROW HI: J. Tucker, S. Gilbert, K, Thompson, Hundley, J. Gilbert, Bluhm. H. B. Jones, A. Elliott, P. J. Smith, Raeside, Hobby, P. Long. Biehl, T. Davis, Gillespie, J. Baker, Hoffa, B. L. Smith. Leading Zeta Tau Alpha this year were Ar- lene Avery, president, Barbara Romnes, vice-pres- ident, Betsy Sturm, secretary, and Nancy Gale. treasurer. Activities included a surprise breakfast given in the fall for the pledges, the winter formal given in honor of the pledges of both Zeta Tau Alpha and Delta Zeta, Parents' day, and the annual spring dinner-dance. 6'Around the World in 80 Lapsv was the theme of the annual cross country party honoring the team. The activities cup was presented to the Zetas in the fall for the third consecutive year. fzftiit 'Kiwi-If 'Vik 5' "Fg:g5'V1iSQ" f ' ' 'Q' . s S x . Row I: Cavanaugh, McBroom, Balkema, Hesse, B. Phillips, E. I. Patrick, G. Baldwin, Clayton, S. Hood, Wick- lund. J. Miller, Salmon, Purdy, Doster, Yoki, M. Crandell. M. Smith, Row II: Jefferson, Shaw, Schoenhals, L. Al- len. Morlock, Swanson, S. Strong, C. Lapham, Walten- The Kappa Deltas returned in the fall under the leadership of Sherry Hood, president, Sandra Wicklund, vice-president, Shirley Clayton, record- ing secretary, and Eve Patrick, corresponding sec- retary. Activities of the year included the fall formal with Alpha Xi Delta, a Thanksgiving party for the pledges of all sororities, a surprise breakfast for the pledges, Parents, day, Brides' tea, and the track picnic. A Christmas party was held for thirty Albion children. An honor bestowed upon the KD,s was the se- lection of Sandra Wicklund as the national sweet- heart of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Sara Uehling was elected Greek Goddess at the IFC dance. sperger, A. Sleight, J. M. Wilson, Gimotty, M. Miller, Wilk- ins, J. Mange, Bensen, Hollidgeg Row III: Eyth, Gang- wer, S. Stewart, Lott, Mueller, S. Lapham, Fisher, Dailey, Bigham, Hagland, V. Baldwin, Crosby, Last, S. Stone, Reynolds. .,'1. V fx rs af '7 no, 'ffm ?- ' KA -,ft 'V ls ,ff Z". 0 If lift afar Kappa Delta Kappa Alpha Theta Row I: Garner. Euler, Grindle, Oberlin, Gurdjian, Siler, Broderick. Hyde, K. Swan: Row II: Glauz, D. O. Smith, Harrett, Sparks, C. Morrow, Ritter, J. Hoshal, Carl. E. Elliott, XVinters, R. Kuehta. Dutton, MeCuen, Dixon. A. The members of Kappa Alpha Theta returned in the fall under the leadership of Joan Gurdjian. presidentg Lynn Siler, vice-presidentg Brenda Hyde, recording secretary, Mildred Oberlin, cor- responding secretary, and ,Ianice Broderick, treas- urer. Projects this year centered around earning money for furnishings for their new lodge, which will be completed by September. Activities of the year included a Halloween party, Dads day, winter formal, Friday-the-13th party, a Christmas party at the home of President and Mrs. Whitehouse, Parents' day, and the an- nual dinner-dance. The Thetas won the all-sorority speech and scholarship trophies. Robinson. Frash. Kochg Row III: Knudsen, Hill, Mum- by, Molner, M. Brown, Amstutz. Kempf. Moffatt, C. Moore. G. Smith, McHenry, Rueger. D. M. Martin, Blair, Horton. Bushey. l .,...,.. e -1 an Kipp 'T Delta Zeta began the year under the leader- ship of president Sally Harding, vice-presidents Margaret Burr and Roberta Kennedy, recording secretary Judy Butler, corresponding secretary Sarah Spaulding, and treasurer lla Sloan. A come-as-you-are party was given by the pledges, and in return the actives surprised the pledges with an early morning breakfast. The pledges gave a Christmas party for needy families of Albion, and the entire sorority adopted a patient at Carville hospital as their philanthrop- ic project. Spring activities included a date night. a Motheris day program, the spring formal, and the Brides, tea. Row I: N. Harris, J. NValters, Sullivan, Sloan, M. Burr, Harding, J. Butler, Asbury, Sours, Whittenberger, J. A. Taylor, Row ll: MacKenzie, Corke, Fehsenfeld, L. Wilcox, Kramer, Goodrich, Brandt, Hosley, S. Williams, J. Arnold, Tabor, C. S. Wood, VanderMeer, Schloff, Schel- Delta Zeta Q l 1, e f zytg 5 La: F'F'PlP"gi " '91 'H'I4 W Ill S lig, S. Dinger, H. L. Jonesq Row III: N. Arnold, Merrell. Keillor, S. Zimmerman, Joss, Ehrhart, B. Sanders, Hook, Janke, Fields, Gaskill, Knuth, S. Cowles, Titus, Pear, Dadd, McNeilage, Karnok, N. Roush. l V 1' 1k5gg9rd'g'ip,gEQ?jQ' wwf ' i . , , W F : 15.-iv ' .- , V - , . i ' x xii, f I ROW I: Densmore, G. Schultz, Decker, C. G. Knib loe, Verry, K. Hamlin, O'Brian, V. Adams, Van Wingen Enyart, Alcorn, Row II: Mertz, A. Miller, Dice, Breml beck, M. Reed, C. C. Griffin, Buckborough, J. Thompson. Woodman, Klang. Penzotti, Casner, McAuliffe. Hughes TIF? Ari g 4 Delta Gamma Simmons, Mayhew, A. Lepard, Streit, S. White, Row III: Darby, J. Allen, C. J. Knibloe, Barkalow, Brunson, S. Clark, R. Williams, Boileau, Gilray, McGarr, Loos, Blanch- ard, Fine, M. Kay, Whitlain, Schreur, Langley, Gibson. Winegar, B. Morris. VValter. Delta Gamma started the year under the di- rection of Kaye Hamlin, president, Mary O'Brian, vice-president, Virginia Adams, recording secre- tary, Carol Rice Knibloe, corresponding secretary, and Suzan Verry, treasurer. Activities of the Delta Gammas included a surprise breakfast given by the pledges, a dessert for the football team, Hannah's gift shop, the Brides' tea, and the senior picnic. The Delta Gammas won recognition this year by Winning the cup for the prizevvinning sorority float in the Homecoming parade and Winning the scholarship cups in the fall. The annual winter formal was held with Alpha Chi Omega at the Otsego hotel in Jackson. V ,.... .MM 'T Row I: Cliver, Hagen, Larick, Greenhoe, Heuman, Heath, Collins, N. Brown, VVelter, Yates, Row II: James, Starkweather, L. Peterson, B. Stewart, Steverman, Hamilton, E. Smith, De Young, Steele, C. Johnston, Os- terberg, D. Weiskopf, K. Elliott, C. Myers, Kitchen, Alpha Xi Delta started off the year with the following officers: president, Elizabeth Heuman, vice-president, Mary Ellen Heath, recording secre- tary. Nancy Brown, corresponding secretary, Susan Collins, and treasurer, Ann Hagen. Activities of Parents, weekend kept the girls and their parents busy attending the football game, a Saturday night party, and breakfast Sun- day morning at Baldwin hall. During Christmas, a trim-the-tree date night was held at the lodge. ln cooperation with Tau Kappa Epsilon, a Christmas party was given for underprivileged children. The winter formal given with Kappa Delta was held at the Post Tavern in Battle Creek. .i I YP Coakes, Row III: N. Long, Sparrow, J. Somers, And- reae, de Beaumont, V. Haan, C. Turner, Pinney, Trigg, Stoner, VVarner, Whitmire, K. Wilson, Blakely, M. Miles, P. A. Smith, Boyd. Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Chi Omega if 13' ar '?.Lf5 ff e 14. 2 :IL ,ke f'-as AXO, 5 if fjjle QE f'VF'5.i st lst Row I: Lohrman, Flint, Keck. Sprunk, M. Barnes Palermo, Lang, Magatti, P. Brown, Hannett. Marshall Row II: Noellert, B. Jones, Meredith. V. Emmert, Bor- ing, Palmer, L. Butler. Marsh. J. L. Smith, G. Keller, Kwis J. L. Jones. Dorland. Forsberg, J. L. Colwell, D. Beach Members of Alpha Chi Gmega returned in the fall under the leadership of Anne Palermo. president. .Judith Jamieson, first vice-president. Jo Lang, second vice-president, Margaret Barnes. corresponding secretary: Patricia Brown, record- ing secretary, and Merilyn Magatti, treasurer. Activities of the Alpha Chis included a Christmas party for underprivileged children of Albion, a party with their brother fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega, and the winter formal held with the Delta Gammas. ln the girls' swimming meet the Alpha Chis placed first. The pledges had a surprise breakfast for the actives, and in return the actives sponsored a treasure hunt and dinner for the pledges. Beebe. Gunnerson, Beal, Henry, Row III: J. B, Mat- thews, Fairchild, Reavely, Morrissey, Harper, Severs. Poelke. P. Walker, VVert, Seales. A. J. Smith, Roblee, J. A. Colwell, Cowan, M. Lyday. S. Stevens. P. J. Miller. E. G. Patrick, Kirchner, Dadson. Row I: Hinkston, Nelson. Fuller, Mrs. Roberts. R D Smith Dobbs Persons Tortelli Row III Foulke Knickerbocker, Shaffer, Hough, Lawrence: Row ll: Lie- Abebe Lindberg R Keller S Baker Swain D Peterson nau, Storey, Annis, B. Fox, Hartson, Weeks, Ott, Hinkle. R L Fleming Lohoe Allor Wright Ryder Goodrich Club Outstanding events of Goodrich Club during the past year included an October hayride, the an- nual moustache party in March, the April formal at the Parker Inn, and a picnic in May. The Goodrich quartet placed second in the quartet sing with 'Rigoletto Quartetten and "Lazy Riverf The Club celebrated its 25th anniversary at Homecoming. First semester officers were Ralph Bower, president, David Lindberg, vice-president, Ronald Keller, secretary, and Bruce Foulke, treasurer. During the second semester the club was guided by Allan Knickerbocker, president, Jay Fuller, vice-president, Donald Shaffer, secretary, and Dean Hough, treasurer. Row I: W. Smith, L. Gibbons. Gott. Pittard, Hiltz Krawiec, Hardies, Hecock, lVIcD0wellg Row ll: D. Jones R. Burgess. G. Wilcox. Liverance. Hight, Osberg. Pass, D. Andrews, Purcell. Willey, W. Bright. H. Adams: Row III J, Vklarner, Berndt, W. Hurst, G. Hardy. G. Hurst. R. Kar- man. D. Hines. J, Buck, T. Karman. Shook. G. Eminert. Eaton. fxgiffisb Tw? JIM 1, Q, 3.5 , fjywf7' " X I Row lx K'Burg, Calame. R. Hartwig, V. Hoshal. lVIrs. Katz, Landrum, Coxford, Hunter, Hudson, ROW II: Markunas. VValler. XV. Prout, F. VValters, VV. Bauer, Kal- linger, R. Clark, D. Lockwood, R. Calkins, Ohlnan, Vydar- eny, Richey. Hegel. Lamb. Ogg: ROW III: Elkins, B. Johns, Otero. DeVinney, Niggeman, VValswo1'th, VV, Johns. Hartz. C. Andrews. Dwyer. Tomlinson, Dean. Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon. under the leadership ol' Donald Otero. president, Jack Niggeman. vice- presidentg Bill Johns, treasurer, and Eugene Beck- er, secretary, won the interfraternity scholarship trophy and the province scholarship cup last fall. The Teke quartet composed of Dick DeVin- ney, Don Robinson, Ron Kallinger, and Ed Weis- kopi' won the quartet sing for the second year in a row, singing 'tlVle and My Shadow." and HO Joe." Tau Kappa Epsilon also received intramural cross country and tennis doubles championships. Social highlights included the Teke-Delta Zeta all-campus social event, "Pajama Game," and the fall formal November 16. Mothers' day and the Festival of Red Carnations climaxed the social activities this spring. ,,,,Q ., , 5 M . A ... 41 all ROW I: W. Edwards. Rustad. Thistlewaite, Schoen- berg, Burnham, Van Hoeve, Ryang Row II: J. Sleight, R. Somers, Ross, Clem. Sunnerville. Hurd, Leak, Pincoe. Vournakis, Chocolag ROW III: Thorne, Schanck, Sisson. Trexler, R. Johnson. Humanic, Judd, Blakeman, T. Tuck- er. Sammer, T. Hood, Kevitt, B. Snyder. Sigma Nu Sigma Nu started the year by winning the intramural football championship for the third year in a rovv, this year as co-champs. Officers for the year were Ronald Pugsley, president, Richard Carpenter. vice-president, Rog- er Mills, treasurer, and Frank Sassaman, secreta- ry. The house was completely redecorated during the year. Social events included a melon feed and hay ride October 19, the annual Blackfoot-Whitefoot dance November 16, and Parents' day May 11. The Climax of the social calendar was White Star, April 18 and 19. A costume house party Friday night was followed by the dinner-dance Saturday evening. A buffet supper on Sunday concluded the Weekend activities. i 5 ROW I: Pranian. Fish, McConkie, R. Mills, Pugs- Iey, Mrs. Daley. K. Lepard, Sassaman, J. Schultz, Ailfholt- cr. Vliek: Row II: Brewer, Lynam, Treadwell, Boss. Rutter. Hintz, Noland, Brubaker, Royle, Schoolcraft, J. XVood, Ogles, Lutz, Bonner, M. Miller, Voorheis. ROW III: Morrison. Worcester. Bunker, Carpenter, Conaway, Spen- Cer. D. Williams, D. Hines, VanDyke. R. Bader. J. Smith, Leppi. Clagett. Rollis. Sawchuk. xabdr 'K L ,-v-"rw-rv .,-ag, is 'S' ah ' ' r.m-fi'- "' A .. . Q" '-5:-1" - . .f 'F 'WWW' -s. , f' 1. 1. ,Q . ,R " ..g:,t, 'R A '- a -f V ' ' H " 'li' W ,bv- ,"" "Q 2' Y' J i' f: ll zfzgi' ti ,yy f'.4'f'J Row I: Stahl, Hobgood, G. Kelly, Durand, Chris tensen Lee e Row II' .Nash Neal D Di el Gib- , ga - J , , . pp , bon, Slocum, Linne,Gaudard,Winfieldq Row III: Walls xanderLaan, N. Reed, McKale, Meister, MacGilliuray eeter. Sigma Chi The men of Sigma Chi had a fine year both on campus and off. In May, the annual Derby Day provided everyone with a good time. The 51st Grand Chapter meeting in Toronto highlighted the off-campus calendar, at which an alumnus of Alpha Pi chapter was honored for his composition, i'The White Cross of Sigma Chi." The Sigs were led by Bill Malarney, president, Howard Cross, vice-president, Dwight Jones, treas- urer, and John Lyday, secretary. Homecoming and an October hayride were followed by the Sweetheart Ball in November. Merilyn Magatti was crowned Sweetheart of Sigma Chi during the dance, which was preceded Friday evening by a Prohibition party at the house. Row I: Kinne, Reid, Cross, W. Malarney, Mrs. Mace, J. Lyday, D. Jones, W. Dippel, D. Dingerg Row Il: S. Cooper, Bonino, Russell, Wollgast, J. Dalzell, L. Chris- tian, Culver, J. Clark, Goodman, E. Malarneyg Row IH: Pauli, J. Bader, D. Dalzell, Spry, Place, Downs, D. Adams, Sharp, B. Beach, S. Swan, J. Lewis. Delta Tau Delta The g'Delta Queen," won two trophies at Homecoming to begin a very busy year for the Delts. Delta Tau Delta received cups for the best fraternity float, best float in the parade, and best fraternity house decorations. Delt sweetheart Betty Greene reigned at the annual Black and White formal February 8. A Car- ibbean theme made the house party the preceding evening a success. The annual Spring formal May 24 and Parents' day earlier in the month high- lighted the spring social calendar. Officers this year included Dan Chapman, president, Henry Snyder, vice-president, David Haan, treasurerg Donald Crandall, corresponding secretary, and Allan Davis, recording secretary. Row I: D. French, Starling, Reeves, Losey, R. Johnson, Grein, Eman, D. Morris, Rarnsdell, G. French: ROW II: Blomfield, Dant, Krafft, Andringa, T, Snow, Dy- gert, Nebel, Turnbull, Turk, F. Farr. S. Thompson, Ken- deigh, Hamadyg Row III: Wyse, Engle, Lindley, Alt- house, D. Smith, McCaslin, E. Strong, Gunn, Sebastian. Row I: Barnhart, Bicum, R. Johnson, Flack, Mrs Temple, Petherick, Lacey, Danforth, Row II: Sutton Hubble, L. Manning, Woody, VerPlank, Borland, Carlyle Schwinck, D. Snyder, De Boer, Radzik, Row III: Sheldon Robertson, R. Bartlett, G. Barnes, Krsul, Terry, Robson. A Davis, D. Haan, Meeks. l Row lx Heckle, J. Mills, L. Cowles, Gieske, M. Rob- erts, Mrs. Yates, Brake, Heinbokel. Bowser, LeMoyne How II: Boehringer. Plymale. Paige, Purslow, Wise, J Farr, Howson, J. A. Matthews, Bosoms. Boxall. Jessup. .KX Brooksg Row III: Bohl, Wyly, H. Stevens. LeFevre, Stop- pert, H. Cook, G. F. Martin, Bendall. Gay. M. Bradley. Harrison. Westphal. Winterle. Atkins. D, Morrow. Delta Sigma Phi The men of Delta Sigma Phi returned to cam- pus last fall under the leadership of Don Brake, presidentg Tom Doench, vice-presidentg Mike Rob- erts, treasurer, and John Heinbokel, secretary. Highlights of the Delt Sig social season in- cluded the annual Carnation ball April 19, the Party Parisien in November, and a snow party at Echo Valley in January. The chapter won first place in intramural horseshoes. A pledge exchange project was car- ried out with Kappa Delta. The pledges tiled the floor of the sorority lodge while their sister pledges gave the fraternity house a complete spring house- cleaning. K ,Q a ' Row I: Weiss, Mullin, Hockstad, Rich, Wilcox, B. Bell, K. Wylie, J. Flanders, Pardington, Row II: Utley. C. Stafford, Hoehner, Kent, R. Shipp, Pancioli, Pullon. D. Miller, DeVries, Miesen, Everingham, Huyck, Ashley: Row HI: Scupholm, Herndon, Mclntyre, Miske, K. Da- ley, VVoodside, Yeomans, Altherr, Darling, Spengler. Hanna, Allmand. Tibble, Sampson. Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega started the year by vvin- ning first place honors in intramural football. Other activities of the year included the ATO Conclave of all Michigan chapters, uClub ATO." and the annual spring formal. A project of the new actives in the spring was the building of a brick wall in front of the house. The fraternity officers were Ronald Smith, president, Paul Heald, vice-president, Tad Coal- well, treasurer, and Robert Riley, secretary. Rovv I: D. Taylor, Riley, Heald, R. Smith, Mrs Stevens, Coalwell, G. B. Martin, Hazel, Logan, Draw bridge, Rovv II: D. Willson, Mikus, Swift, Osgood, Ken yon, Krebs, Lucas, Sussex, Cox, Greig, Coye, Row III Schlecht, Love, P. Young, Scales, Solms, D. Jones, Gudum J. Scott, Silcox, McLaren, Barry, Patmos, Vangilder, Bald A . iff A ,.,,l .:. ilgffli - ,v,'.-v N, .....,. ..,.... gb N Stockwell Memorial Library LBIO COLLEGE Christian Liberal Arts Coeducational Able Faculty Enrollment-1300 Excellent Equipment Moderate Cost Long known as "A College of Distinguished Alumni," Albion is a tour year college offering pre-professional work in dentistry, engineering, forestry, medical tech- nology, law, medicine, nursing, the Christian ministry and other forms of religious service. 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