Albion High School - Albionian Yearbook (Albion, MI)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 140
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ADMIN I STBATIUN
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AUDREY KENYON WILDER, M.A.
Dean of Women
EMIL LEFFLER, MA., LL.D.
PAUL R. TRAUTMAN, B.A.
JOHN L, SEATON, Ph.D., D.D., LL.D
MARVIN F. PAHL, B.A.
Regisfrar and Director of Admissions
WAYNE H. FLEENOR, B.D., D.D.
Director of Public Relations
MR. K. J. HOLLINSHEAD, A.B.
MISS PHYLLIS WARNER
Clerk in Alumni Office
MRS. K. J. HOLLINSHEAD, A.M.
Director of Publicity
MRS. EARL G. POST
MRS. ANNA ROGERS
Secre?ary in Alumni Office
INISTB TIO I
ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRAR'S
MRS. DANIEL LAWLER
Secretary to Registrar
MRS. NORMA L. I-IARGER
Assistant in Registrars Office
MISS ARLETTA EBERLY
Assistant in Registrar's Office
SECRETAR IAL STAFF
MRS. LYNN C. MALLORY
Placement Bureau Secretary
MRS. CHARLES RICKER
Secretary to the Deans
MRS. CHARLES GARDNER
Secretary to the President
M I SS HELEN HALLETT
MRS. ERMA W, DICKERSON
MR. R. A. BURGETT
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
MISS MARY O'BRYANT, A.B.
MISS DOROTHY DOTY
MRS. ARTHUR SMITH
Food Director of Student Ccnter
MISS MARY R. PARSONS, MS.
Director of Food Service
MRS. ELLEN B. PHILLIPS
Supervisor of Burns Street Dining Room
MRS. MAXINE M, FORSYTH, M,S.
Assistant Director of Food Service
MISS LOIS J. MELLQUIST. R,N
Miss ENID J. WALKER, RN.
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DR. CLIFFORD B. TAYLOR, MD. f
MISS EMMA M. SPIECEL, R.N.
Health Service and Seaton Hall Nurse
SEATON HALL DIRECTORS
MRS. JOSEPH BALDWIN, A.B.
MR. JOSEPH BOYD, M,A.
Mrs T. M. Harper
Mrs L. T. Robinson
Mrs, Freda Kerr
Ella M. Everiss
Mrs Harriet Baldwin
Mrs V. J. Hufton
Mrs John Clemens
Mrs Isabel Bushnell
Mrs Carneff M. Parks
Mrs Edith Jury
Mrs Gladys Sears
Mrs Meta Depfa
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MRS. N. J. WEISS, B.S. in L.S.
MR. DAVID MORRIS, M.A., B.S. in L.S.
Reference and Cataloging Assisfanf
MISS ELIZABETH READ, B.S. in L.S.
Reserve Room Librarian
MISS NORMA HAMMOND, B.S. in L.S., IVl.S
OTIS J. AC-C-ERTT, M.A.
Instructor in Speech
DELMAR W. ANDERSON, M.A.
Head Football Coach and Instructor in Physical
E. MAYNARD ARIS, M.B.A.
Associate Professor of Economics and Business
CHARLES B. ARZENI, M.S.
Instructor in Biology
KENNETH C. BALLOU, M.A.
Instructor in Biology
HENRY M, BATTENHOUSE, A.M.,
Professor of English Literature
VERNON L. BOBBITT, A.M.
Associate Professor of Art
EDWIN W. BORN, Ph.M.
Assistant Professor of Education
JOSEPH D. BOYD, A.M.
Instructor in Physical Education
JAMES W. BROCK, M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Speech
MRS. JAMES W, BROCK, Mus.M.
Instructor in Piano
PAUL H, CARNELL, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
THOMAS M. CARTER, A.IVl., Ph.D.
Professor of Education and Psychology
JOHN L. CHEEK, A.IVl,, D.B., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Religion
A, M, CHICKERINC, NLS., Ph.D.
Professor of Biology
JEANNETTE CHURCH, M.A.
Instructor in Spanish
PAUL c. cox, AM.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
ELLA N. DAMON, B.S,
Instructor in Home Economics
CLARA L. DIXON, M.S.
Instructor in Biology
JOSEPHINE DUNN, A.M.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education for
C. HOBART EDCREN, M.A.
Instructor in English
KEITH J. FENNIMORE, M.A.
Instructor in English
NELLIE B. FIELD, Mus.B.
Instructor in Piano and ChiIdren's Classes
CONSTANCE E. FOWLER, IVl.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Art
J. V. C-ARLAND, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Speech
DONALD M. GILBERT, ANI., Ph.D.
Professor of Modern Languages
WILLIAM J. GILBERT, IvI.S., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology
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JUSTIN L. CLATHART, M.S., Ph.D.
Professor of Physics
ROYAL G. HALL, A.M., Ph.D.
Henry M. Loud Professor of History
VERA B. HALL, A.M., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Modern Languages
HOWARD D. HAMILTON, Ph.D.
Lecturer in Political Science
LOREN E, HANNA, Ed.B.
Assistant Professor of Physics
WILLIAM C. HARTON, A.M.
Instructor in Education
HOMER O. HENDRICKSON, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of History and Political Science
MRS. EDMUND E. INCALLS, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry
EDMUND E. INCALLS, M.S., Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
JOSEPH J. IRWIN, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of English and Journalism
SHEILA L, KRACNESS, M.A., Ph.D.
Instructor in French
MARY L. LANG, B.S.
Instructor in Physical Education for Women
HAROLD D. LARSEN, A.M., Ph.D.
W. W. Brockway Professor of Mathema
LAVELY, S.T.B., Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy
Professor of English
IVICKINNEY, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Classics
Instructor in Psychology
MAURICE McLEAN, A.M.
W. MAURICE McLEAN, A.M., Ed.D.
Instructor in Psychology
JACQUELINE MAAC, Mus.M.
Instructor in Voice and Music History
DOROTHY MARTY, M,A.
Instructor in Psychology and Spanish
MRS. DAVID D. MORRIS, Ph.D.
Lecturer in Horne Economics
ALBERT H, IVIUNK, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
BERNARD J. OLIVER, B.D., M.A.,
Associate Professor of Sociology
FRANK C. PEARSON, M.A,
Instructor in Piano
CONWAY PETERS, Mus.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Violin and Conducting
HOWARD E. PETTERSEN, A.M.
Assistant Professor of Physics
J. W. POLK, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Econornics
DAVID L. RANDALL, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry
PAULINE RODGERS, A.M.
Associate Professor of Home Economics
LOTTA M. ROGERS, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Biology
. CLEMENT E. ROOD, Ph.M.
Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy
LOUIS U. ROWLAND, Mus.B., Mus,D.
Director of Music and Professor of Piano
E. R. SLEICI-IT, A.M., SCD.
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
WALTER B. SPRANDEL, A.IVI.
Associate Professor of Physical Education
DALE R. SPRANKLE, A.M.
Director of Athletics and Physical Education
DAVID L. STRICKLER, A.M.
Assistant Professor of Voice
ANTHONY TAFFS, M.A.
Instructor in English
WALTER A. TERPENNING, Ph.D.
7 Professor of Economics
WILLIAM L. TROYER, B.D., Ph.D.
, Professor of Sociology
F. DUDLEIGH VERNOR, Mus.D
Instructor in Organ
GEORGE NNALKOTTEN, A.M.
Instructor in Education
ALICE E. WHITCOMB, A.M.
Instructor in Spanish
GRETCHEN WRIGHT, M.A.
Instructor in Speech Correction
FACULTY WITHOUT PICTURES
HENRY BECKENBACH, B.S,
ELSIE MUNRO, M.A.
Graduate Assistant in Physical Education De- Lecturer in EngIish
MRS. J. V. GARLAND, M.A.
Lecturer in Speech
COY H. JAMES, A.M. Ion Ieavei
Assistant Professor of History and Political
BERNARD G. MILLER, M.A.
Lecturer in Economics
ELSIE B. SILKWORTH, A.M.
Instructor in English
MARION TERPENNING, A.M
Lecturer in German
GEORGE ZIMMERMAN, B.B,A
Lecturer in Economics
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NeWaYE0 Sigma Chip Basketballg dentg A clubg Track: Pon Huron JOHN BAIRD
Alpha Tau Omega Track Football A Clubg Golf Ypsilanti
Delta Tau Delfag
A clubg Track
Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Delta Kappag Who's
Economics clubg A
Tao kappa -Epsilong
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfo-
nia, secretaryg Bandg
Alpha Chi Omega.
councilg Albion Col-
lege Playersg WAAg
Wl NONA BEARD
Alpha Xi Delta, presi-
dent, Who's Whog
Zeta Epsilon Lambda,
Pig Art Club, secre-
taryg Spanish clubg
Choral societyg WAA
board, YWCAQ Wes-
Sigma Nu, president
president, A club
WILLIAM BERNDT A clubg Basketball,
Baseball, Track, Foot-
ballg Pleiad sport's
Cerrnan club trophy, '49, '50
LAWRENCE BLACK ERNESTINE BROWN RICHARD A. JACK CALDWELL
Berkley Albion BURROW5 Spfingpoff
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Phi Mu Alpha Slnfo- Independent Women s AlbIOn College Players
niag Bandg Orchestra, league Sigma Chi! KGDDB Mu
Choral Society Epsilon, Classical club
Delta Gamma, corre-
Art clubg Orchestrag
Choral society, YWCA
Zeta Tau Alpha, president, Mortar
Board, editor, Who's Who, Alpha Phi
Gamma, Albionian, editor-in-chief,
associate editor, Pleiad, Panhellenic
Council, Contributors' club, Spanish
club, WAA, YWCA
Delta Zeta, Beta Bela Beta, secretary-
treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delta
Delta Gamma, president, Mortar
Board, treasurer, Who's Who, Alpha
Lambda Delta, historian, Student
Council, Freshman class secretary,
Panhellenic council, Debate, World
Federalists, treasurer, Philosophy club,
secretary, YWCA, WAA
Delta Zeta, French club, YWCA
Delia Tau Delta, vice-president, cor-
responding secretary, Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia, president, Forum club, Choir,
Tau Kappa Epsilon, A club, Track,
Delta Tau Delta, Beta Beta Beta, ln-
tertraternity council, German club, A
Alpha Tau Omega, president, Omicron
Delta Kappa, Who's Who, Senior class
president, Sophomore class president,
lntertraternity council, A club, presi-
dent, Football, co-captain
Tau Kappa Epsilon, president, Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, president, Who's
Who, Student Council, president,
treasurer, Junior class president,
lntertraternity council, vice-president,
Economics club, Forum club, French
club, A club, Track
Independent Men's union, Basketball,
JOI-I N CLAYTON
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national coun-
cilman, Band, Orchestrag YMCA,
Independent Women's Ieagueg Kappa
Ivlu Epsilon, secretary-treasurer
Alpha Xi Delta, vice-president, Psy-
chology club, secretary, WAAQ YWCA
Kappa Pig Art club
Sigma Nug A club,
Beta Beta Beta, Choir
Delta Zeta, vice-president, Who's
Who, Sigma Alpha Iota, president,
vice-president, Panhellenic council,
treasurerg Bandg Orchestra, Spanish
clubg YWCAQ Jenny Worthington cup
outstanding woman music student
Sigma Nu, A club: Colt
Economics club, secretary, Spanish
Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia, vice-presidentg Choir,
Defroif DUANE DEAN
Kappa Delta, corre- Saglnaw
sponding secretary, Ceodrich club, treas-
WAA, YWCA urer, YMCA
Delta Gamma, Theta
Alpha Phi, vice-presi-
dent, Delta Sigma Rho,
Albion College Play-
ers, secretary, Spanish
Club, WAA, World
Clen Ellyn, Illinois
Kappa Delta, record-
ing secretary, Kappa
Pi, Art Club, WAA,
JAMES DETTMAN DONALD DeVOE
St. Ignace OWOSSO
Sigma Nu, secretary, Independent Men's
Omicron Delta Kappa, uniOn
vice-president, Phi Eta
Sigma, president, Beta
Beta Beta, vice-presi-
dent, Chemistry club,
German club, Philoso-
phy club, Physics clubl
Delta Zeta, treasurer,
Sigma Alpha Iota, Or-
chestra, Wesley Fel-
Sigma Chi, president,
Omlcron Delta Kappa,
treasurer, Delta Sigma
R h o , Interfraternity
council, World Feder-
Forum club, Debate
Goodrich club, Phi Eta
Kappa Mu Epsilon,
secretary, Campus Re-
ligious council, Wes-
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Kappa Pig Art club:
Choirg Choral society
K5lTl'l ENCSTROM Chicago, Illinois
A'b'O" Phi Mu Alpha Sinfo-
Delta Tau Deltag niag Choirg Madrigal
Bandg Orchestra singersg Choral society
Kappa Delta, presi-
dent, treasurerg Mor-
tar Board, secretaryg
Who's Whog Alpha
Lambda Daltag French
clubg WAA secretaryg
YWCA: World Feder-
leagueg Bandg Home
RICHARD FARLEY ELEANOR FERSCH MARY ANDREA NANCY FLEENOR
Detroit Quincy HELD ' Alblofl
Delia Tau Delta, re- Independent Women's Shaker Heights' Ohlo Alpha Xi Delta: Al-
Cording Secrefaryz psy, league: Sigma Alpha Kappa Deltag Art clubg pha Lambda Delta,
chology club, president lota, recording secre- French clubg WAAQ treasurerg French clubg
ia,-y YWCA Spanish club, vice-
president, secreta ry 3
Delta Sigma Phig Omi-
crori Delta Kappag Phi
Eta Sigmag Kappa Mu
dentg Physics clubg
Zeta Tau Alphag Home Economics
club, presidentg Choral societyg
Sigma Nug A clubg Footballg YMCA
Delta C-amma, recording secretaryg
Beta Beta Betag Home Economics clubg
Spanish clubg YWCA cabinetg WAA
Goodrich club, secretaryg Wesley
Kappa Mu Epsilon, presidentg Physics
clubg Psychology club
East Grand Rapids
Sigma Nug Tennis
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoniag Bandg
Kappa Delta, vice-presidentg WAA,
presidentg Contributors' clubg YWCA
Delta Gamma, treasurer, Mortar
Board, Who's Who, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Beta Beta Beta, Student coun-
cilg Publications' council, Choir, presi-
dent, Junior class vice-presidentg
Sophomore class vice-president,
WAA g YWCA
Alpha Xi Delta, treasurerg French club,
president, Spanish club, WAA
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chi Epsilon,
Sociology club, Wesley Fellowship
Clen Rock, New Jersey
Delta Sigma Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon,
A club, Track, most valuable member
award, '50, Football
Alpha Tau Omegag A clubg Track,
RICHARD E, HALL
Delta Sigma Phi
Delta Tau Delta, Senior class treasurer,
Junior class treasurer: YMCA
Independent Men's union, Cheerlead-
ing, Psychology club
Delta Tau Delta, treasurerg Psychology
club, treasurerg Freshman class
Alpha Tau Omega, lnterfraternity
council, vice-president, treasurerg
A club, Pleiadg Albionian, assistant
business manager, Cross country, Colt
St. Clair Shores
Physics clubg YMCA, Track
lndepenclent Women's league, vice-
presidentg Zeta Epsilon Lambdag
Sociology clubg YWCA
Alpha Tau Omega,
Beta Beta Beta, Choir,
Alpha Xi Delta, re-
Who's Who, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Theta
Alpha Phi, secretary-
treasurer, Albion Col
lege Players, treasurer,
Fcrum club, Spanish
club, Speakers' bu-
reau, YWCA, WAA
Delta Tau Delta, Al-
pha Phi Gamma, Al-
bionian, Forum club,
Alpha Xi Delta, cor-
Forum club, secretary-
treasurer, Band, Or-
WAA, World Feder-
Delta Zeta, vice-pres-
ident, AWS, treas-
urer, Albion College
Players, Band, Choral
council, YWCA, vice-
Kappa Delta, Who's
Who, Alpha Phi Cam-
ma, Sigma Alpha Iota,
president, AWS board,
Senior class vice-presi-
dent, Sophomore class
secretary, Campus di-
rectory, editor, Choir,
Choral society, Philos-
ophy club, Pleiad, Al-
bionian, Spanish club:
Choir, Madrigal sing-
ers, Home economics
club, treasurer, Choral
Zeta Tau Alpha, his-
torian, Who's Who,
Student council, sec-
retary, YWCA, secre-
tary, WAA board
Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-
Kappa Deltag Sigma
Alpha Iota, secretary,
ireasurerg Choir, sec-
retaryg Madrigal sing-
ersg Albion College
Playersg Choral Socie-
tyg WAAQ YWCA
Kappa Delta 3 Sociology
club, presidentg Stu-
dent councilg YWCA
Who's Whog Dean
hall presidentg AWS
board: Zeta Epsilon
club, president, treas-
urerg Campus Reli-
gious councilg Choral
societyg Wesley Fel-
Delta Sigma Phig Kap
pa Mu Epsilong Psy
chology clubg Trackg
WANRQ Wesley Fel
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfo-
niag Forum club, pres-
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tra: Choirg Choral
clubg YMCA cabinet
RAY HOTCHK ISS
Alpha Tau Omegag
Delta Sigma Rhog De-
bateg Discussiong Ex-
Oratoryp Speakers' bu-
reaug WANRg YMCA
Alpha Tau Omegag
Kappa Deltag Sigma
Alpha Iota, vice-pres-
ident: Zeta Epsilon
Lambda, treasurerg Al
bion College Playersg
Choirg Madrigal sing-
ersg French club 3
Goodrich clubg Physics
Clubg Wesley Fellow-
Delta Sigma Phig A Club, Baseball
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Student council,
vice-presidentg YMCA cabinetg Chi
Epsilong Wesley Fellowship
Omicron Delta Kappag Phi Eta Sigma, 1
vice-presidentg German club, presi-
dent, secretary, Spanish club,
presidentg French club, secretary, 4
Wesley Fellowship, YMCA
1 i 1 trim
, Independent lVlen's Union, Debateg
Alpha Tau Omega, secretary, Omicron
Delta Kappa, Who's Whog Alpha Phi
Gamma, Publications' council, presi-
dentg Sophomore class treasurer,
Economics club, Football, Pleiad
Alpha Tau Omega
Zeta Tau Alpha, corresponding secre-
tary, Beta Beta Beta, Spanish club.
president, Albion College Players,
Economics club, vice-president,
Forum club, Classical club
W, 'zzwmwwvr' .1
Sault Ste. Marie
Zeta Tau Alpha: Choral Societyg
Contributors' clubg WAAg YWCA
Classical club: German club
Delta Zeta, corresponding secretanfg
Mortar Boardg Who's Whog YWCA,
presidentg WAA, trea-Surerg Campus
Religious council, vice-presidentg
Forum clubg Philosophy clubg Bandg
Delta Sigma Phi, vice-president,
treasurerg Psychology clubg Trackg
World Federalistsg YMCA
Albemarle, North Carolina
Chi Epsilong Wesley Fellowshipg
Delta Tau Deltag Theta Alpha Phig
Albion College Playeisg Psychology
club, vice-presidentg Track
Alpha Chi Omega, vice-president,
treasurerg Spanish club, treasurerg
Psychology clubg Albion College
Players: WAAQ YWCA
MARY ANNE LEE
Albion College Playersg Contributors'
clubg Spanish club
Alpha Xi Deltag Spanish clubg Pleiad
Delta Tau Delta, pre-sidentp Who's
Whog lnterfraternity council,
president, vice-presidentg Phi Mu
Alpha Slnfoniag Choirg YMCA
Alpha Tau Ornegag Student councilg
A club, secreraryg Football, Basketball
JOHN MALASKY DOLORES KIRK MARSHALL Addan
' MARONICK -
Detroit U Richmond Sigma Nu: A dub'
- . , Detroit SHELDON
Sigma Chlg Speakers Alpha Tau Omegag treasurerg Footballg MCCULLOUGH
bureau YWCA Baseballg YMCA Baseball
Kappa Deltag Choirg
Delta Zeta, president 3
Who's Whog Alpha
Phi C-amrnag Pleiadg
aging editorg Panhel
Ienic councilg Albion
clubg French club:
Alpha Chi Omegag
clubg Wesley Fellow-
shipg WAAg YWCA
East Grand Rapids
WAA 3 YWCA
RONALD MEAD Alpha Tau Omegaj CHARLES MEYER Home,
Wh,t L k treasurerg Economics B kl
'more a e club, president, er er Phi Mu Alpha Sinfo-
Psychology club Forum club Sigma Chi niag Banclg Orchestra
Zeta Tau Alpha, treas-
urer, recording secre-
tary, Sigma Alpha
lotag Choir, Choral
club: WAA, YWCA
Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfo-
nia, Choir: Choral
Sigma Chi, Theta AI
pha Phi, presidentg
Albion College Play-
ers, presidentg A club,
JAMES NORTON BARBARA ODGERS
- Alpha Tau Omega Delta Zeta, recording
secretary, Sigma AI-
pha Iota, correspond-
ing secretary, Choirg
French clubg YWCA
Alpha Tau Omega,
tary, Kappa Pi, vice-
president, Art club,
Classical clubg YMCA
RAY PARELLO "W '
Sigma Chig Choirg Choral society
ROBERT PASSI NEAU
Delta Sigma Phi
Alpha Xi Deltag Panhellenic councilg
Student councilg WAA board
Delta Gamma, vice-president, Kappa
Pi, treasurer: Art club, treasurerg
Contributors' club, secretary,
SIDNEY RENTE '
Williamsville, New York
Delta Tau Delta, Beta Beta Beta,
A club, Footballg YMCA
A Jn- tx lc01linuvvm'i
JOAN NE PARSHALL
Independent Women's leagueg Alpha
Lambda Deltag Zeta Epsilon Lambda
Wesley Fellowship, president, treas-
urerg Campus Religious council, Choir
Choral societyg Madrigal singersg
French club, Spanish clubg Albion
College Playersg YWCA
Tau Kappa Epsilong Economics club,
treasurerg Spanish club
Albion College Players, presidentg
Theta Alpha Phi, secretaryg Delta
Sigma Rhog Discussiong Oratoryg
Extemporaneous speaking, World
MARY LOUISE REED
Alpha Chi Omega, secretary, Who's
Who, AWS, secretary: Publications
council, secretaryg Albioniang Con-
tributors' clubg Pleiadg Spanish clubg
Alpha Tau Omega, treasurerg A club:
Classical clubg Football
Alpha Chi Omega, secretary, Mortar
Board, president, Who's Who, AWS,
president, Forum club, French club,
WAA board, YWCA, Panhellenic
council award, outstanding senior
Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Choir, Canterbury club, vice-
president, Contributors' club, secre-
tary-treasurer, Classical club, Sigma
Alpha lota, Spanish club
Idaho Falls, Idaho
German club, Biology club
Alpha Tau Omega! YMCA
Chemistry club, secretary-treasurer,
German club, Physics club
Alpha Tau Omega
Brooklyn, New York
Kappa Delta, Panhellenic council,
president, secretary, Beta Beta Beta
Goodrich club, Who's Who, YMCA,
president, Student council, vice-
president, A club, Campus Religious
council, Philosophy club, Track,
World Federalists, vice-president,
Wesley Fellowship cabinet
Tau Kappa Epsilon, A club, Football,
THOMAS SILER -as
Sigma Chi, Theta Alpha Phi, vice-
president, Albion College Playg-rg,
Choir, Vfesley Fellowship, World
Zeta Tau Alphag Kap-
pa, Freshman class
club, recording secre
Brooklyn, New York
Huntington, West D It S. Ph.. ROBERT STARK
JOHN SMALLWOOD Band: Orchestra, Psy- Orchestra, Physics Tau Kappa Epsilon
Chicago, Illinois chology club, YMCA club, Philosophy club secretary
Alpha Lambda Delta,
secretary, Kappa Pi,
clubg Campus Reli-
gious council, secre-
taryg Wesley Fellow-
Delta Zeta, corre-
Spanish clubg Wesley
JACK STRICKFADEN BURTON
Fox River Grove, STUR-l-RlDCE
Sigma Chig Interfra- Goodrich club, vice-
ternity council, president, secretary,
treasurer Bandg Orchestra
Cerman club, presi
Chi Epsilon cabinetg
Sociology club, vice-
club: Wesley Fellow-
Midland JEAN TROMBLEY WM. VANARSDALEN
Sigma Chi: A Club: Midland Morenci
lnterfraternity councilg Alpha Chi Omega: Alpha Tau Omega:
Trackg Cross country Kappa Pi A club
leagueg Kappa Pi, cor-
Alpha Xi Deltag Psy-
chology clubg YWCA
Uniong French clubg
Albion College Play-
ersg Psychology clubg
Cross countryg YMCA
Tau Kappa Epsilong
A clubg Trackg Cross
ELEA NOR WATSON
Delta Cammag Choir
Alpha Tau Omega, Ornicron Delta
Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Pi,
president, treasurer, French club,
Debate, Psychology club
Sigma Chi, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia,
Band, Choir, Madrigal singers,
Dean Hall, secretary-treasurer, WAA,
Sigma Nu, Spanish club
Alpha Tau Omega, A club, Football,
Sigma Nu, Interfraternity council,
Sigma Nu, treasurer, Forum club
Kappa Delta, Kappa Pig Zeta Epsilon
Lambda, Art club, Choir, Choral
society, WAA, YWCA
Alpha Chi Omega, Spanish club
Campus Religious council, secretary'
Orchestra, Sigma Alpha Iota, WAA,
Wesley Fellowship, YWCA cabinet
Alpha Tau Omega, vice-president,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Whog
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, treasurer,
WANR, manager, Albion College
Players, Canterbury club, vice-
presidentg French clubg Publications'
council, Speakers' bureau, YMCA
Delta Gamma, AWS board, Senior
class secretary, Junior class secretary,
Sigma Nu, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Beta Beta Beta, president, secretary-
treasurerg Chemistry club, president,
Football, Track, YMCA
Kappa Delta, Albion College Players,
French club, treasurer, Home Econom-
ics club, secretaryg Spanish club,
WANRg WAAQ YWCA
Delta Zeta, French club, Spanish club
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
Hall, Richard l-l.
Sigma Nu, Kapp
Alpha Tau Omega
Kappa Mu Epsilon
a Pig Art club,
Thompson, Robert H
FIRST ROW: Jacqueline Abbott, Jerry Allen, Gwen Al
ford, Joyce Aris, Colleen Baker, Verne Baker
SECOND ROW: John Barry, Roger Bates, Robert Beattie,
Mark Blaising, David Bolander, Mary Bolander
THIRD ROW: Nancy Boyd, Robert Boyson, Ruth Briggs,
Edward Brigham, Frances Bryant, Joan Buchbinder
FOURTH ROW: Mary Burke, Richard Burns, Chris Chris-
tensen, Ernest Coad, John Cole, Stella Conklin
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FIRST ROW: Donald Coon, Max Cornell, Elizabeth Corr, William Coughenour,
Margaret Cretcher, Margaret Crissey, Nancy Crosby
SECOND ROW: Charlotte Darvay, Kenneth Davis, Robert Dennis, Vinod Doshi,
Shirley Douglas, Carolyn Dove, James Dunne
THlRD ROW: Cary Dyke, Madeline Ellis, Mercedes Erickson, Mary Ertell, William
Ferguson, John Ferry, Jesse Foote
FOURTH ROW: Patricia Frasher, Robert Frey, Charles Frost, Duane Fultz, Nancy
Causs, Ellan Coodell, Carol Gorenflo
FIFTH ROW: William Griffith, Kenneth Crodavent, Harold Cronseth, Lysle Hall,
Marjorie l-larger, Hugh Harness, Walter Hasler
FIRST ROW: Lawrence Hawes, Helen Hayward, Elsie
Heinrichs, Linus Heydon, Roy Higgins, Walter Hinrichs
SECOND ROW: Kenneth Hock, Carol Hoffman, Velma
Hopusch, Dolores Hough, Charles Hovey, Barbara Howlett
THIRD ROW: Leila Jackson, Dorothy Jend, Herbert
Johnson, James Johnston, Patricia Johnston, Paul Jones
FOURTH ROW: Luben Jordan, Mary Kay, Grace Kidder,
Jennie Klimovich, Lois Knopf, Francis Kotarski
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FIRST ROW: Eva Krolwns, Burton Leavitt, Dtnald Little, l'-larry Long, Lee Lonsberry,
Ruth Lord, Eileen Malnar
SECOND ROW: George Martin, Patricia McCann, David Mohrhardt, William Mona-
han, David Moore, Theodore Moore, Sylvia Morris
THIRD ROW: Nancy Nebel, Doris Neidlinger, Mary Lou Nielriotf, Mary Northrop,
Eleanor Norton, Beverly Nuckolls, Martin O'Dell
FOURTH ROW: Barbara Orwall, Robert Park, Camilla Parlin, Melvin Peden, Mary
Lou Perkins, Bonnie Perry, Lyle Peters
FIFTH ROW: Joyce Phillips, Lawrence Piening, Robert Porte, Laura Ransom, Clara
Robertson, Carl Robinson, Nancy Ross
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FIRST ROW: Randolphe Roulier, Donald Sattelberg,
James Schaack, Mary Scupholm, Robert Sechler, David
SECOND ROW: David Sharer, Robert Shimmel, Shirley
Sias, Lea Spanier, Mark Spinney, Harold Stevens
THIRD ROW: Donald Sullivan, John Telfer, Barbara
Thom, Beverely Thomas, Charles Thomas, Kathryn
FOURTH ROW: Nancy Titus, Jack Tornion, Patricia Trom-
bley, Mary Trudgeon, James Turner, Paul Ungrodt
FIRST ROW: Donald Vandivort, James Vick, Kenneth Volgman, Robert Warren
Carol Wear, Doreen Webb, William Weiss
SECOND ROW: Charlotte Wellman, Lida Westentelder, Ralph Whetstone Roland
Wilkins, John Willis, Betty Wing
' Joyce Akerley, Janet Albaugh, Ullrich Arnold
Alice Bachrnan, Ruth Balkema
Shirley Barnes, Bruce Barr, Robert Bassett
l-lildegard Beck, Frances Blair
I Ann Bogart, Robert Bollman, Allan Bonnell,
3 Donald Boothroyd, Nancy Bortle
William Bow, Dorothy Bowen, Merrilyn Brad-
ford, Lucy Bradner, Donald Braman
Jeanette Braun, Dwight Briggs, Ralph Brown,
Joyce Bucklin, Conrad Burkrnan
Peggy Canstield, Esther Catton, Jane Chapman,
Sarah Chapman, Marilyn Chisholm
June Chrisrnan, Brian Coates, William Collins,
Nancy Comstock, Barton Connors
Ma ry Craft
Mary Lee Funk
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Patsy Hamilton, Jane Hanna, Nancy Hawkins,
Carole Hedstrom, Norma Hendrickson
James Higgins, Anna Hill, Helen Holmes, Doro-
thy Hooker, Mary Horton
John Hummon, Charles Hutchings, Loren Hum-
phrey, Dorothy lrwin, Joanne Jacoby
Mary Johnstone, Barbara Jones, Edward Kason,
Carolyn Kendeigh, Wayne Keehn
Shirley Kennedy, Colin Keys, Fred Kistler, Dino
Kostianes, Edytheann Larson
Geraldine Larsen, Sally Laughlin, Major Leckie
Corinne Leland, Barbara Lindblom
Kenzie, Elinor McLaren,
Ruth Loveland, Donald McClelland, Hope Mc-
Maribeth Magel Moore
Loreen Snyder Niemann
Janet Nordstrom O'Dell
Elizabeth Rauchbauer, Gloria Rauchle, Kay Ren-
nie, Mary Reutinger, Helen Rice,
Patricia Roe, Virginia Rose, James Rupp, Jo-
Anne Russell, Peggy Sale
Patricia Sanford, David Saxman, Ardene Scott,
Susanne Scott, Joseph Serra
Walter Seyttert, Robert Siegel, Thomas Simon,
Betty Smith, Janet Smith
Janet Steele, John Stetson, Alan Stevenson, John
Stewart, David Stone
son, William Thoms, Roberta Titus
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Sally Synan, George Teachrnan, Robert Thomp-
Jean Tomion Ruth Tower David Tuck Vir-
Hall, Charles A.
Porter, John J.
Porter, John W,
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Jeanne Abdelhak, Diane Adams, Margaret Agne,
Albert Aldrich, Robert Allan, Freddie Ambler
Charles Anderson, Ruth Anderson, Nina Angeloff,
Virginia Arbaugh, Russell AuWerter, Barbara Bad-
James Baker, Howard Baldwin, Janice Ball, Geor-
gine Barbour, James Barrett, Jack Barry
Leroy Barry, James Bates, Verne Bechill, George
Benko, Harriett Bennett, Susan Bergquist
William Biggs, Austin Bitney, Patricia Blanchard,
John Boddy, Jane Boggs, William Bohl
Thomas Bonina, Barbara Bouda, James Bradshaw,
Shirley Brady, Beverly Britton, Elizabeth Brockett
Gloria Brockway, Robert Brown, John Brundage,
Keith Caldwell, Nancy Caley, Edmund Campbell
Ralph Carey, Donald Carmien, Earl Carpp, Robert
Cascaddan, Joan Christopher, Jack Clark
Howard Clarke, Allen Clayton, Marilyn Collins.
Sally Collins, Shanna Collins, Robert Compton
Patricia Conlon, Celia Cook, James Cook, Richard
Cooper, Marilyn Corey, Roberta Cosner
James Coville, Stuart Crane, Cynthia Cummings,
Kaye Custer, Robert Cutcher, James Davis
Bernona DeCicco, Marianne DeWeese, Dan Dewey.
Joseph Dore, Phyllis Dorman, Philip Doster
Inez Draper, Dennis Druckarniller, Kenneth Ed-
wards, Norman Eitler, George Elliott, Elizabeth Er-
David Esmann, Warren Fabel, Richard Farris, Her-
bert Fenske, Richard Ferguson, Betty Fitch
Barbara Fox, Dolores Freeland, Guy Frick, Barbara
Friend, Suzanne Frost, Gene Fry
Gordon Garthe, John Gilbert, Joan Glass, Carol
Gnat, Gail Gorenflo, Mary Gosch
Margaret Graham, David Gray, Olina Grill, Bar-
bara Guimond, Melvin Gutherie, Nancy Guy
Evelyn Gwinn, Suzanne Hafford, Helen Hartley,
Barbara Helrigel, Marlene Hesse, Elinor Hodges
Charles Hodgkinson, Jane Hogue, Dorothy Hois-
ington, Jack Hornbaker, Steven Horvath, Leonard
McKenzie Howser, Edna Humphrey, Jane Hunsick-
cr, Bonnie Irving, Bruce Jackson, Joan Janecek
Allen Jirasek, Bernette Johnson, Carroll Johnson,
Dorothy Johnson, Evelyn Johnson, James T. John-
Yvonne Jones, William Kanold, Donna Kay, Mary
Keller, Maureen Kennedy, William Kessel
Elagene Kettell, Sonya Kingsley, James Knapp,
Thomas Knight, Marlene Knowles, Richard Kruse
Doris Lafever, Burton Lamkin, Mary Landman,
Joyce Landon, John Lardie, Anne Larsen
Barbara Larson, Kenneth Larson, Elizabeth Leithe,
Ray Leutz, Jack Lewis, Pricilla Lewis
Vslilliam Lewis, Lyn Liebum, Susan Little, Mar-
garet Lock, James Locke, William Lorenz
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Patricia Lowe, Conrad Luecke, June Luke, Earl
MacDonald, Marjorie MacMillan, Jack McCall
Ruth McCall, Allen McCoy, Dawn McCullough.
Glenn McFarland, Hugh McKay, Donald McLaugh-
Annabelle Marshbanks, Harry Marson, Willare
Meader, Sally Mehrer, Arkie Meinert, Frank Mer-
James Merrifield, Mary Miller, Margaret Mohl,
Edward Momrow, Harold Mondol, Patricia Moody
James Moore, John Morden, Herschel Murray,
James Neithercut, Esther Nevins, Allan Nichols
Elizabeth Nicholson, Joan Norland, Elizabeth Nor-
ton, Richard Nottoli, Thomas Nulf, Barbara Oben-
Anne Packer, Rocco Paniccia, Edwin Parker, Wen-
dell Parker, Gretchen Personius, Ann Peters
Richard Phillips, Albert Plaehn, Ruth Pollock, Carol
Poosch, John Poulos, Robert Prescott
Barbara Priest, Mary Rea, William Redmond, Lin-
wood Reed, Richard Reinhard, Elizabeth Renfrew
Daniel Roberts, William Roberts, Robert Rosevear,
Marian Ruehl, Barbara Ruff, Bill Ryan
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Schulz, Sally Scupholm, Richard Shank
Marilyn Sharland, Carol Sheneman, Barbara Shir-
ran, Donna Shirran, Lois Shook, Leonard Shurmur
Robert Simmons, Donald Sims, Neal Singles, Ron-
ald Smalley, Dorothy Smetana, Katherine Smith
Paul Smith, Janet Snider, Robert Spiess, Jay Star-
key, Phyllis Starkweather, Ruth Steen
Nancy Stelle, Jerry Stephenson, Ellyn Sternberg,
Eugene Stevens, Eugene Stinson, Ann Stowe
Donna Stutesman, Janice Sutton, Alan Swan, Fred-
eric Tarleton, Frances Taylor, June Tennant
Donna Terrill, Gerald Thackham, Dorothy Thomas,
John Thompson, Carolyn Townsend, Beverly Trim-
Wayne Tripple, Merton Trombley, David Valentine,
Samuel Van Boven, Helen Van Sickle, George Van
FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED
William Vincent, John Walker Robert Walkotten
Naomi Waltor., Robert Wass Dawn Weiss
Marilyn Wellemeyer, Judith Wells Johanna Welt
man, James Whitman, Ruth Williams Jean Wil
Keith Wilson, Barbara Wright
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Third row: Cameron, Ricker
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f . i Fiske, Thompson, Polley, Hart:
' mann, Johnson, Frevert
ger, Jackson, Pasmore, Ander-
son, Watson, Guthat, Paxton
Meadema, Donahue, Mrs. Coop-
er, Miss Axworthy, Miss Church,
First row: Dr. Chickering, Mr.
Tatfs, Miss Henninger, Dr. Troy-
er, Pres. W, W. Whitehouse,
Mr. Sprandel, Dr. Larsen, Dr.
McKinney, Dr. W, J. C-ilbert,
To recognize and encourage scholarship and breadth ot cultural interests is the purpose of Phi Beta Kappa,
the oldest ot the Creek-letter societies. Albion's Beta chapter is one ot two in the state. It is composed of
faculty members and students elected on the basis of scholarship, character and cultural interest. Alumni and
honorary memberships are given to a limited number otpersons who have achieved scholarly distinction since
college graduation. Officers were Dr. Harold D. Larsen, president, Dr, Mary E. McKinney, vice-president, and
Dr. W. L. Troyer, secretary-treasurer.
C WIIIYS H0 D
"Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" recognizes students who show promise ot usefulness
to business and society. On the basis ot scholarship, cooperation and leadership in academic and extracurricular
activities, citizenship and service to the school, students were selected for this honor by a student-faculty com-
mittee under the direction ot Dean Lettler and the Student council.
,, Second Row: Ludington, Beard,
Hearst, Evans, Getty, Johns,
Cansfield, Carmien, Reed, Rob-
First row: Carson, McLain
Christ, Hollowell, Coulter, Ball-
ard, Henderson, Wilson
Not in picture: Harger, Leenf
Second row: Richards, Mrs. Hol-
linshead, Dr, Garland, Miss Dag-
C i IIIBTAB BUAIID D
Second row: Evans, Cansfield, '
Getty, Carmien, Leenhouts
First row: Dean Wilder, Dr.
Ingalls, Roberts, Mrs. Pettersen
Mortar Board, national senior women's honor society, tapped seven new members last year. They were
selected because they have maintained high scholarship, have shown outstanding leadership in campus activities,
and have given continued service to the college. Ushering at commencement, serving at the senior reception,
and selling Christmas cards are some of the activities of Mortar Board. Rhoda Roberts was president, Carolyn
Getty, vice-president, Dorothy Evans, secretary, Ann Carmien, treasurer, l-lelen Cansfield, editor, and Doris Leen-
houts, historian. Sponsors were Mrs. Edmund Ingalls, Mrs. Howard Pettersen, and Miss Audrey K. Wilder.
C 0 ICIIIIN DELTA KAPP D
Junior and senior men are elected to Omicron Delta Kappa on the basis of service and leadership in campus
life, character, scholarship, fellowship and consecration to democratic ideals. The purpose of the organization is
to recognize men who have attained a high standard of leadership in collect activities, to bring together the
most representative men in all phases of college life and to bring together members of the faculty and student
body on a basis of mutual interest, understanding, and helpfulness. Officers were Chris Christ, president, James
Dettman, vice-president, Mr. E. Maynard Aris, secretary, and Thad Earl, treasurer.
Second row: Ballard, Dettman,
Carson, Foster, Mr. Pearson, Earl
First row: Dr. Rowland, Dr.
Troyer, Christ, Mr. Aris, Mr.
Not in picture: Dr. Battenhouse,
Dr. Chickering, Hidenfelter,
Johns, Krugel, Dr. Terpenning.
Watson, Wilson, Yost
QALPHA LA A DELTAD
Second row: Watson, Hill, Bow-
' Custer, Coodell
irst row: Philip, Chrisman, Mis
Church, Marcy, Porter
Not in picture: Miss Dixon
Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman women's scholastic honorary, is obtained by earning a
scholastic average of 2.5 either at the end of the first semester or for the entire freshman year. Sophomore
members form the active chapter. Serving the alumnae luncheon at Homecoming and being hqstesses to visitors
on campus were among the activities of the organization. Officers for this year were June Chrisman, president,
Jean Marcy, vice-presidentg Jane Philip, secretary, Loris Porter, treasurer, and Rhoda Mainville, historian. Miss
Jeannette Church and Miss Clara Dixon were senior advisors and Muriel Coodell was junior advisor.
C PIII ETA S GMA E
Phi Eta Sigma is a national freshman men's honorary fraternity which recognizes outstanding scholarship in
college. To be eligible for initiation, a man must attain a scholastic average of 2.3 or better at the end of the
first semester of his freshman year. Paul Fey led the group this year, while Fred Krugel served as vice-presidentg
Loren Humphrey, secretary and Donald Johnson acted as treasurer. Dr. A. M. Chickering and Dean Emil Leffle'
were advisors to the organization,
N-W' mm ' A Second row: Stone, Brown, John-
1 ston, Foster, Stevens, Hutchings,
First row: Johnson, Fey, Dean
Leffler, Humphrey, Bonnell
Not in picture: Dr. Chickering.
i deNicola, Ehlert, Jones, Krugel
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en, Mainville, Eppler, Cretcher,
Second row: Abbott Little Hi
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gins, Clark, Carson, Morford,
Serra, Van Buren
First row: Driscoll, Jones, Christ,
Cook, Shenefelt, Carmien
Not in picture: Dr. Carter
CSTUDEN T CIIUNCILD
Promoting the welfare of the student body, considering all-campus problems, and furnishing leadership for
campus activities, the Student council was headed this year by Chris Christ, president. Other officers were Wil-
liam Shenefelt, vice-president, Jocelyn Cook, secretary, and Paul Jones, treasurer. Dr. Thomas M. Carter was
advisor to the group. The council, whfch meets every Thursday evening, sponsors all-school social activities, serves
on student-faculty committees, organizes caravans, plansBust Outs and Big Three week-end activities, and raises
funds for such items as cheer leader's uniforms and recreation equipment for the Student center.
QAM US IIELIG 0US CIIUNCID
Second row: Dr. Cheek, Kay
Brown, MacCuffey ldeceasedl
Ehlert, Neidlinger, Shenefelt, Dri '
First row: Wilcox, Crodavenf
Not in picture: Dr. Gilbert
Promoting religious thinking and coordinating religious activities on the campus is the Campus Religious
council, which was under the leadership of Kenneth Crodavent, president. The activities of the council this year
included sponsorship of Religious Emphasis week, the drive to aid the DP student at Albion, campus forum
speakers and Easter Matin services. The other officers were Doris Leenhouts, vice-president, Nancy Wilcox, sec-
retary, and Donald Sattelberg, treasurer. Advisors were Dr. John L. Cheek, Dr. Wayne H. Fleenor, and Dr. Wil-
liam J. Gilbert.
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C AWS BIIABD D
Second row: Nuckolls, We
Wellman, Hollowell, Wor
First row: Hassberger, De
Wilder, Roberts, Beard
' Not in picture: Reed
Directing the activities of the dormitory and annexes, the AWS board serves as a self-governing body for
the women of Albion college. The Christmas breakfast, Big Three week-end activities, birthday dinners, Thurs-
dav afternoon teas and special Wednesday night dinners were planned by committees appointed by the board.
Officers of the Association of Women Students were Rhoda Roberts, president, Winona Beard, vice-president,
Mary Louise Reed, secretary, and Phyllis l-lassberger, treasurer. Mrs. Garnett M. Parks and Miss Audrey K,
Wilder were advisors to the group.
QSEATIDN HALL C MMITTEED
Forming dormitory policies, planning social functions, and spending allotted money are the activities of the
ernin bod of Seaton hall This committee was composed of the house officers and floor representatives and
SUV S Y v ,
was headed by George Benko, president. Roy Stearns, vice-president, William Bohl, secretary, and Samuel Nei-
berg, treasurer, completed the slate of officers. Mr. Joseph D. Boyd acted as advisor to the committee.
' Second row: Cansfield, Fenske
Compton, Dennis, Pietz, Fabel
First row: Lewis, Neiberg
Benko, Mr, Boyd, Bohl, Steam
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Third row: Holcomb, Evans,
Douglas, Wilcox, Johnston, Mc-
Second row: Rowe, Wear, Par-
lin, Marcy, Kay, Odgers, Abbott
First row: Mrs. Hall, Spanier,
Hassberger, Leenhouts, Hoffman,
Under the direction of Doris Leenhouts, president, the YWCA has provided a counseling system for fresh-
man women, helped with orientation week, and provided weekly vespers in the dormitory under student
leadership. It also was co-sponsor of the Horn of Plenty dinner at Thanksgiving time, Selling candy in the dormi-
tory was one project which helped it to raise money to send delegates to the national conference at C-eneva.
Helping Miss Leenhouts were: Phyllis Hassberger, vice-president, Carol Hoffman, secretary, and Lea Spanier,
treasurer. Mrs. R. C-. Hall and Mrs. l.. T, Robinson were the advisors.
Helping with the Boy's club in Albion was one way in which the YMCA strove to fulfill its purpose which is
to interpret and promote the Christian way of living for the individual on the campus, in the community and in
the world. They also helped in freshman orientation by having a picnic and game night for the new men, fol-
lowed by a worship service, and they furnished lunches for the players after all home basketball games, The group
was led this year by William Shenefelt, president, Miltow Ehlert, vice-president, Robert DeVinney, secretary,
Charles Frost, treasurer, and Mr. Howard E. Pattersen, advisor.
Third row: Dyke, Filbrandt
Second row: Nielsen, Murray,
Hagan, Niemann, Krugel
First row: Mr. Sprandel, Frost,
Shenefelt, DeVinney, Mr. Petter-
Not in picture: Ehlert
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Fifth row: Jackson, Weiss, Trim
ble, Kay, Ruehl, Robertson
. Knopf, Nevins, Pollock, Dougla
Fourth row: Behnke, Wahlberg
Munson, Burke, Corr, Hough
Abbott, Johnstone, Orwall
Third row: Toner, Starkweather
Townsend, Comstock, Chapman
Dusendorf, Howlett, Jones
man, Mrs. Cheek
Not in picture: Adams, Baker
Bennett, Brady, Bradford, Braun
Craft, Custer, Dykstra, Engle
Class, C-oodell, Crill, Hanna
Hoffman, Humphrey, Jacoby
Wen, Widdis, Wiek
Leading Zeta Epsilon Lambda, women's special service group, through its program for the year was Doris
Neidlinger with Ruth Hollowell, vice-president, Ann C-ehman, secretary, Mary Lou Niehoff, treasurer, and Mary
Kay, program chairman, helping her. Advisors were Mrs. John L. Cheek and Mrs, John Tennant. Fulfilling its
purpose of creating a fellowship of college women in religious and social service, the group sponsored many activi-
ties among which was participation in Big and Little Sister groups at Dalrymple and West Ward Schools. lt was
also co-sponsor, with the YWCA, of the annual l-lorn-of-Plenty dinner at Thanksgiving time. lt has made scrap-
books and tray favors for the patients in the Sheldon Memorial hospital as well as reading to the patients.
CCHI EPSILO D
Using "The Teachings of Christ" as their central theme for the year, Chi Epsilon, men's pre-ministerial
organization, held its monthly meetings under the direction ot Kenneth Grodavent, president. The group is a
fellowship of students planning full time Christian service in the ministry, missions or religious social work, Other
officers were: Donald Sattelberg, vice-president, Kenneth Davis, secretary, and Harold Filbrandt, treasurer.
Sponsors of the group were Dr. John L, Cheek, Dr. Way'1e H. Fleenor and Dr. John H. Lavely.
""""'-"""F' " "' ' ' Third row: Doster, Nielsen
Sweet, Fowler, Knittel
Second row: Lewis, Murray
Cook, Blaising, D. Baker, Sutton
V V First row: Filbrandt, Frost, Davis
'X f Cirodavent, Sattelberg, Lowder
ner, Horst, Lonsberry, Plessner
Sims, Spinney, Willis, Wilson
Second row: Steen, Thom, Smoot
l-Ioisington, Rowe, Personius
Horton, Tower, Conklin, Mac-
First row: Mrs. Tennant, Nie-
hoff, l-lollowell, Neidlinger, Ceh-
Not in picture: V. Baker, Be-
chill, Boyson, Brown, Foote, Oil-
bert, Griffin, Croat, Hoopingar-
CP BLIC TIIINS CIIUNCILD
Second row: Reed, Wilson,
First row: Dr. Irwin, Hearst, Mr.
Elected by popular vote of the student body, the Publications council elects the editor, managing editor and
business manager of the Pleiad, and the editor, associate editor and business manager of the Albionian. The fac-
ulty members are appointed by the administration. Barbara Hearst was president this year, with Mary Louise
Reed, secretaryg Mr, Anthony Taffs, vice-president, and Dr. Joseph J. Irwin, treasurer. Other members were
Thomas Wilson and Jean Werle. The organization also supervlses the editorial and financial policies and the
staffs of the Albionian, Pleiad and Student directory.
C LPIIA PIII GAIVIMAD
Second row: Nuckolls, Johnston, '
Hearst, Dr, Irwin, Dunne, M
First row: Harley, Mr. Taffs,
Serving as a national honorary journalistic fraternity, Alpha Phi Gamma recognizes individual ability and
achievement in journalistic pursuits in colleges and unive sitiesg serves and Promotes the welfare of the college
through journalism, and establishes cordial relationships between the students and members of the profession. lt
does not have any organizational function on campus but its members, who have earned their membership by
work on college publications, are expected to continue this work. Six were initiated into the group at the begin-
ning of the second semester including Ivtr. Anthony Taffs, instructor in English. Dr. Joseph Irwin is the faculty
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Beginning during the summer with the plans and design, Helen Cansfield
started her duties as editor-in-chief of the Albionian this year. Helping her
were Beverly Nuckolls, associate editor, William Houck, business manager,
assisted by James Haddeng Barbara Hearst, senior editorg James Dunne,
sports editor, and staff members selected from members of the newswriting
and newsediting classes. Dr. Joseph J. lrwin and Mr. Anthony Taffs were
the faculty advisors. The Albionian is published annually to record student
activities and to picture students and faculty members. Before it is released
in June, the book progresses through the planning and designing stages,
and through the hands of photographer, copywriters and editors, engraver,
printer, binder and cover manufacturer,
Helen Cansfield, Editor
Dr, Joseph J. Irwin, Business Advisor
Beverly Nuckolls, Associate Editor
William Houck, Business Manager
Mr. Anthony Taffs, Faculty Advisor
Second row: l-larger, Johnston, Hill
First row' Brundage, Hearst, Mainville, Dunne
Not in picture: Barnes, Butters, Hainsey, Valentine
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Maureen McLain served as editor of the Pleiad this year. The position
of . Q . . . .
managing -ditor was filled by Mariorie Harger, and Cordon Lawrence was
business manager. Sports editor was James Dunne and Barbara Hearst was
desk editor. Mr. Anthony Taffs senfed as advisor while Dr. Joseph J. Irwin
di ' ' '
rected the business policies. Members of the newswritinv and newsedit' ff
classes staff the paper, which serves as a laboratory for the courses, The
Fleiad, a weekly publication, presents news and features of interest to Albion
students. The editors plan the paper at a Monday conference Copy is
gat ered on Tuesdays and Wednesdays by the staff, and is edited Tuesda
and Wednesday evenings. Thursday afternoon the paper is made up, and
it is printed and distributed on Friday mornings.
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CFBENCII CL BD
Tw M T"W"lTm'7T Third row: Aris, Conklin, Wil-
son, Parshall, Custer, J. Young,
" T Second row: Fleenor, Ransom,
L I - , ' Smith, Vedder, Hollowell Hutch-
i F 'i" ' ings, McLain
,N First row: Dr. Gilbert, F. Young,
Graham, Krugel, Spanier, Dr.
Not in picture: Agne, Brown,
Chrisman, Cretcher, Funk, J.
Gilbert, Mrs. Gilbert, Dr. Hall,
Heinrichs, Hoyt, Keller, Kidder,
Murdock, Norton, Porter, Sale,
Thomas, Watson, Weston, Miss
The French club conducts monthly meetings in French. The club's purpose is to encourage members to
take an active interest in French literature, art and the lite of the French people, and to furnish an opportunity
to use French in conversation. Members of the French composition and conversation class presented an original
play at one of the meetings. Dr. Sheila Kragness talked to the club about her travels and impressions of France,
and Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Gilbert planned a Christmas party at their home for the club. Club officers were June
Craham, president, Lea Spanier, vice-presidentg Fred Krugel, secretary, and Frances Young, treasurer.
CISERMAN CL BE
Charles Hutchings led the German club this year, Other otticers were: Waltraud Etterich, vice-president,
Edward Pulse, secretary, and David Stone, treasurer. The purpose ot the club is to offer an opportunity to speak
the language and to foster a feeling ot unity between faculty and students interested in Germany. The club spon-
sored the annual German song test at Christmas. At one of the monthly meetings, Dr. Mary E. McKinney, spon-
sor of the club, played records brought from Germany ot the voice of Dr. Albert Schweitzer.
Second row: Peterson, Baker
Dedulin, Collins, Long, Fritz,
First row: Krugel, Etterich, Dr
McKinney, Hutchings, Stone
Not in picture: Berndt, Eash
Fey, Finney, Humphrey, Jones
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Latham, Leavitt, Pulse, Sud-
Cs ANI ll CLUB
Third row: Spinney, Synan, J. 9
Young, Jean Tomion, Tower,
Howlett, Dusendort, Parshall,
Driscoll, Kidder, Koepel, Behnkc,
Larnson, Netfner 6 6
Second row: Davenport, Jack
Tomion, Fowler, Bollman, Rob-
inson, Wing, C-raham, F. Yound,
Wyman, Loft, Davis, Perkins D
First row: Dr. Gilbert, Nuckolls, Q
Miss Whitcomb, Bauer, Marcy, ri
Krugel, Fleenor, Miss Church, ,
Not in picture: Curtis, Dart,
Dykstra, Ertell, Fisher, Hock,
Hoesch, Johnston, Keehn, Len-
hott, Reed, Riesco, Roe, Ross,
Stoner, Werle, Wheeler, Wick-
The Spanish club was led this year by Fred Krugel, Climaxing its activities in May with a banquet which had
only Latin-American dishes, the club also celebrated Pan-American day in April and had a Latin-American party.
The purpose of this group is to further culture on Albion's campus and to further the use of spoken Spanish.
Sponsors of the organization were Miss Jeannette Church and Miss Alice E. Whitcomb while the other officers
were: Nancy Fleenor, vice-president, Jean Marcy and Joyce Dusendorf, secretary, and George Bauer, treasurer.
CCLASSICAL CL B?
To further the knowledge of those who are interested in Creek and Latin is the purpose of the Classical club.
The annual club banquet was held in February on a complete Roman theme. The group met monthly this year
with Dr. Mary E, McKinney as its advisor. Charles Mohl,presidentg Rosemary Renshaw, vice-presidentg Joseph de-
Nicola, secretary-treasurer, and Lois Hildebrandt, student advisor, were the club's officers. The program theme
of the year was "Milestones in Classical Literature," and talks were given by the members on: Homer, Plato,
Vergil, Caesar, Horace and the Elegiac Poets.
Second row: Filbrandt, Oliver,
Tower, Keehn, Hall, Mohrhardt '
First row: Hildebrandt, Mohl -9
Dr. McKinney, Renshaw, Aris ' -
Not in picture: Burrows, de- H "
Nicola, Hagerman, Hendrickson V , , I ,
Laiham, Little, Morford, Newell ' fi.
Phillips, Sartin, Sudborough 4' I
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Second row: Nuckolls, Johnston,
Murdock, Netfner, Ladd
First row: Rayle, Sudborough,
Miss McCune, Stetson
Not in picture: Akerley, Jend,
The Contributors' club was formed to promote good writing and to gain appreciation of good writing.
Patricia Jcbnston was president, Helen Rayle, secretary, and Doris McRae, treasurer. Miss Julia McCune was
faculty advisor to the group. At one of this year's meetings ot the club, Laura Campbell presented an account ot
her trip to Europe last summcz.
C PSYCIl0LOGY CL BD
Sponsored by Dr, and Mrs. Maurice McLean, the newly organized Psychology club has as its purpose the
acquainting ot interested students with various phases of psychology and the stimulation ot academic achievement
in the field. The club members took a trip to the Coldwater training school in February and had as speakers
Mrs. Lord ot Alb on and Dr. Yoder of Ypsilanti on the subject, "Mental Institutions." Richard Farley is presi-
dent of the organization this year. Other otticers are Floyd Lyster, vice-presidentg Kathleen Coster, secretary,
and Donald Cruschow, treasurer.
Second row: Lamson, Sutton,
M. Horn, Briggs, Mead, Corr,
Sawyer, Phillips, W. Horn, Nebel,
McCann, Darling, Stoner
First row: Fryer, Van Leeuwen,
Lyster, Farley, Coster, Cruschow,
Not in picture: Barton, Doble,
Mrs. McLean, Dr. McLean, Van
CSOCIOLOGY CL BD
Fourth row: McRae, MacCuffey,
Hough, Van Corden
Third row: Jackson, Ellis, Wen,
Second row: Comstock, D.
Moore, M. Moore, Cripe, Horton
First row: Hamilton, Sutton, Hol-
comb, Dr. Troyer
Not in picture: Alford, Braun,
Burke, Darvay, Fairbanks, Frost,
Green, Croat, Hawes, Hollowell,
Jacoby, Lindblom, Marshall,
Nebel, Dr. Oiiver, Orr, Perkins,
Rowe, Thompson, Trombley,
To encourage and promote an interest in activities and programs of the Sociology department and to pro-
mote an interest in professional training in the field of social science is the purpose of the Sociology club. The
club's main activity this year was sponsoring a field trip to Chicago in October. Also, monthly meetings were
held with guest speakers and the annual club picnic was held in May. Officers this year were Peggy Holcomb,
president, Lewis Sutton, vice-president, and Gwen Alford, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Bernard J. Oliver and Dr.
W. L. Troyer were the advisors,
CECIDN MICS CL BD
The Economics club was led this year by Robert Meisel as president. Bernard Kusbel was vice-president,
Jack Curtis was secretary, and Robert Perkins was treasurer. Mr. E. Maynard Aris and Dr. Walter A. Terpen-
ning were the club's sponsors. The organization, which was formed to create interest in special economic and
business administrative activities among the students, took part in a field trip to Chicago in November and one
to Detroit in the spring, and the Business and Economics conference in March, which brought many visitors to the
campus. The club has also had various speakers for its meetings.
Third row: Piening, Allen, Christ, 'A
Johns, Barry, Whetstone -
Second row: Mr. Aris, C-ascoyne,
Parr, Ballard, Harness, O'Bryant, V A i
First row: Dr. Terpenning, Kus-
bel, Meisel, Curtis, Perkins
Not in picture: Crosby, Frey
Kistler, Dean Leffler, Navarre ,
Phillips, Pierce V,,, V46 A
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Third row: Gilbert, Orr, Siler
V 9 Second row: Jackson, R. C
w-gf? , , Q Burrows, Harness, Filbrandt
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S JW H Wilkins, Shenefelt, Earl
gn. .. -V Not in picture: Crane, Baird
Bird, R. A. Burrows, Coodell
The World Federalists were led this year by Roland Wilkins as president, William Shenefelt, vice-president,
and Jane Hanna, secretary-treasurer. Dr, Howard D. Hamilton was the faculty advisor. The aim of the group is
to educate all those interested in the implications of world government. During the year, the organization in-
vited outside speakers to the campus, put out a newspaper, "The Federalist," and held discussions among the
C FOIl CL BD
The Forum club, sponsored by the departments of histcry and political science, holds monthly forums and
discussions on topics of national and international interest. The club also invites outside speakers with extensive
knowledge of world affairs to stimulate interest in current problems. Membership in the club is limited to 30
juniors and seniors who are history or political science majors. The club officers were William Horst, president,
William Struwe, vice-president, and Eileen l-lart, secretary-treasurer. Dr. l-l. O. Hendrickson was the faculty
Third row: Navarre, Kusbel,
Harley, Wilkins, Van Arsdalen,
r. Mohl, Clark, Baughman
Second row: Malnar, Welday,
Roberts, Parr, Crosby, Meisel,
Harger, Christ, Fowler, Spanier
First row: Dr. Hamilton, Dr.
tc! Hall, Struwe, Horst, Hart, Dr.
Not in picture: Atkinson, Boy-
son,YDunne, Earl, Olsen, Rowan,
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C IDIIENSICS D
Second row: Gwinn, Doshi,
Hotchkiss, Burrows, Wilkins,
First row: Carter, Dr. Garland, V
Forensics is compesed cf three speech elements: debate, oratory, and extemporaneous speaking. The de-
baters participated in the Indiana contest, National Delta Sigma Rho tournament in Madison, Vilis., natIonal s'u-
dent congress of Delta Sigma Rho in Chicago, and the itate debate contest at Lansing. At the state men's
extemporaneous contest, Edmund Campbell placed second. At the Michigan Peace contest in the men's extem-
poraneous division, l-lugh l-larness placed first. At the Same contest in the women's division, Barbara Wright
placed third. Advisors to the group were Dr. J. V. Garland and Mr. Otis J. Aggertt.
Q DELTA S GMA BHO D
Second row: Rathbone, Wilkins, N
First row: Harness, Dr. Garland,
Delta Sigma Rho, national honorary forensics fraternity, was founded on the Albion college campus in l9l l.
This society was formed to recognize meritorious service in the forensic field and to encourage participation in
forensic activities. Members must be juniors or seniors who have participated in five or more intercollegiate de-
bates or the equivalent and have an overall B average during the year of election to the society. Delegates were
sent to the National Student congress, held in Chicago April ll-l4, at which over 50 colleges were represented.
CALBIUN CULL G ' LAYEIISD
The Albion College players is the dramatics producton organization on Albion's campus. All the theater
work is done through this group, run on a seasonal basis with a minimum of three major full-length productions.
Members must be active in order to remain in the organfzation, and only members can serve in executive posi-
tions as heads of crews on productions. This year the Players produced "Arms and the Man" by George Bernard
Shaw, "MacBeth" by William Shakespeare, "Tartufte" by Moliere, and "The Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart.
The Players, as an extra-curricular activity of the speech department, presented chapel programs. The officers
were Ann Rathbone, president, Edward Brigham, vice-president, Joanna Dean, secretary, and Eleanor Harger,
Third row: Bradner, Bender, Cornell, Howser, Heydon, Brown,
Second row: Weiss, Lenhoff, H. Van Sickle, Wagner, Hummon,
Jacoby, E, Van Sickle, Johnson
First row: Wilson, Webb, Dean, Rathbone, Dr. Brock, Nixon,
Brigham, Newhart, Olcott
Not in picture: Harger, Lyster, Morris, Siler
October l3, I4
ARMS AND THE MAN
Ceorge Bernard Shaw
Richard B, Sheridan
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Q IIE f ALPHA PHI?
Theta Alpha Phi is a national honorary dramatics fraternity tor recognition of achievement in dramatic
art. The national organization determines how much stage experience is necessary for upperclassmen to become
members in this organization but they must have participated in several full-length plays, either in dramatic roles
or as production executives. The chief function ot the group is to serve as a nucleus for stimulating interest in
the theater and in sponsoring activities other than direct productions. John Nixon was president this yearg Joanna
Dean, vice-president, and Eleanor l-larger, secretary. Mr. Otis J. Aggertt, instructor in speech, was initiated as an
First row: Nixon, Harger, Dr. Brock, Rathbone. Dean. Mr. Aggertt
Not in picture: Siler
Ann Rathbone as Lady Macbelh
John Nixon as Macbeth
December 8, 9
Third row: Ferguson, Burrows,
Foster, Brautigam, Jones
Second row: Collins, Haas, Horn,
Ehlert, Higgins, Doshi, Kidder
First row: Dr. Ingalls, Krohns,
Fryer, Warren, Beattie, Mr. Cox
Not in picture: Bonnell, Booth-
royd, Carstens, Coffron, Cretch-
er, Crosby, DeVinney, Eash, Cer-
gle, Heminger, Holmes, Kistler,
Dr, Larsen, Manning, Sankuer,
Kappa Mu Epsilon national honorary mathematics fraternity attempts to develop an appreciation of the
value and beauty of mathematics in students of superior abil: y in the mathematics field It sponsors a series of
monthly programs to and in the development of this appreciation The club was directed by William Fryer presi-
dent Robert Warren vice president Robert Beattie program chairman Eva Krohns secretary treasurer and Dr.
C IIEM CAL FFILI TESD
The Chemistry affiliate officially the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical society has as its pur-
pose the stimulation of interest in chemistry Dr David L Randall was the sponsor and president of the group
was William Yost Other officers were vice president Edward Swanson secretary treasurer Raymond Sankuer,
Third row: Johnson, Jones, Hin-
Second row: Mr. Munk, Bauer
Warren, Irwin, Stafford, Dr
First row: Dr. Randall, Park
Yost, Swanson, Sankuer
Not in picture: Appl, Dettman
Grove, I-lock, Lord, Thompson
C PHYSICS CLUB D
Second row: Sankuer, Eash,
Wagner, Higgins, Stevens, Ha-
gan, Fultz, Jacobi
First row: Mr. Hanna, Tymkew,
Beattie, Hovey, Foster, Dr. Glat-
Not in picture: Bird, Brautigam,
Dettman, Doshi, Fraser, Hem-
inger, Hooper, Krohns, Leeke
Olsen, Peden, Mr. Pettersen
Spanier, Walters, Yaney
The Physics club, with the purpose of stimulating interest in the field of physics, was led this year by
Charles Hovey, president, Robert Beattie, vice-president, and l-larry Tymkew, secretary-treasurer. Dr. J, L. Glat-
hart, Mr. Loren E, Hanna and Mr. Howard E. Pettersen were the club's sponsors. The club, which goes on tours
of industrial factories and other places of interest, displiyed physics exhibits in the Physics building and spon-
sored an open house in May,
C BETA BET BET D
Beta Beta Beta is an honorary society for students cf the biological sciences who achieve Superior academic
records and exhibit special aptitude for the field of biology. Cultivation of intellectual interest in the life sciences,
promotion of a better appreciation of the value of biological study, advancement of the general objectives of
education with reference to living organisms, and the encouragement of new discoveries through scientific inves-
tigation are the objectives of the group. William Yost was president, James Dettman, vice-president, Shirley
Marsh, secretary-treasurer, and Alexander Carducci, historian. Dr, A, M. Chickering was sponsor. A tree-
planting project at the biology preserve and a guest speaker from the University of Michigan were part of the
Third row: Schwartz, Schaack, V'
Rente, Stevens, Carducci, Cooley, 5
Second row: Dr. Gilbert, Mr.
Ballou, Getty, Scott, Hanlon,
Brigham, Gauss, Mr, Arzeni,
First row: Humphrey, Marsh,
Dr. Chickering, Yost, Miss Rog-
Not in picture: Beard
41fs vm xi ,lig-
C110 E ECON0t ICS CLUB?
Second row: Kendeigh, Knopf
Fairbanks, Niehoff, Titus, Young
First row: Mrs. Damon, Thom
Miss Rodgers, Fritz, Gauss, Mrs
W .J . Morris
Not in picture: Boyd, Briggs
. Cook, Craft, Hudson, Synan
The Home economics club, a member club of the Michigan and American l-lome economics associations,
was led this year by Joanne Fritz, who was also the project chairman of the state association. Other officers were
Barbara Gauss, vice-president, Barbara Thom, secretary, Nancy Titus, treasurer, and Mary Lou Niehott, publicity
chairman. The club, whose purpose is to promote interest in vocational and practical home economics in relation
to the home and community, gave an initiation tea in November, gave the annual Brides' tea in the spring, and
sent two members to the province meeting of Home economics clubs. Sponsors of the club are Mrs. Ella Damon,
Mrs, David D. Morris and Miss Pauline Rodgers.
C KAPPA PI E
William Watson was president ot Kappa Pi, national honorary art fraternity, this year. The purpose of
the organization is to create a fellowship for art students and thereby increase interest and understanding in art.
The society sponsored a Christmas dinner for its members and guests and organized this year an art club for be-
ginning students. Sponsors ot Kappa Pi were Mr. Vernon L. Bobbitt and Miss Constance Fowler. Other officers
included James Oliver, vice-president, Pamela Silkworth, recording secretaryg Alice Behnke, corresponding sec-
retaryg Helen Rayle, treasurer: Carol Wear, social chairman, and Robert Engle, historian.
Fourth row: Field, Campbell,
Gronseth, McClelland, Peters,
Crane, Wallschlaeger, R. Engle,
Third row: Gauss, Van Buren,
Elkow, Wing, Stevens, Cans-
field, Cehman, Johnstone, Deck-
ert, Sias, Manson
Second row: Larson, Norris,
C, Nutting, Tomion, Perkins, How-
lett, Schnabel, Wear, Abbott, M.
First row: Mr. Bobbitt, Rayle,
Oliver, Watson, Behnke, Miss
Not in picture: Heap, Lord,
-it Roe, Silkworth
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C G ALPHA IUTAD
Second row: Thomas, Erickson,
Kay, Knopf, Dobie, Hearst, Epp-
Ier, Beck, Vinson
First row: Odgers, Hoyt, Coul-
ter, Hotfs, Fersch
Not in picture: Blair, Catton,
Holmes, Nebergal, Neidlinger,
Sponsoring the annual Song Fest in February, giving an American Musicale concert in May which featured
music by Mr. Anthony Taffs, and bringing Madame Dikva to Albion for a piano concert in April were some ot
the activities of Sigma Alpha Iota, national professional musical sorority, during the past year. Barbara Coulter,
president, Patricia Hoyt, vice-presidentg Eleanor Fersch, recording secretary, Barbara Odgers, corresponding sec-
retary, and Louise Hoffs, treasurer, led the organization this year. Patronesses were: Mrs, James Brock, Mrs,
Clark Dean, Mrs. Robert Kelsey, Mrs. Frank Pearson, Mrs. Conway Peters, Mrs, Louis Roland, Mrs. H. L, Smith,
Mrs. Walter Sprandel, and Mrs. David Strickler,
C PIII MU ALPHA SINFIDNIAD
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national honorary musical fraternity, again sponsored the annual Quartet sing and
the lnterfraternity sing this year. Phi Mu Alpha strives to advance the cause of music and to give recognition to
outstanding accomplishment in musical activity. Men arf elected to the fraternity on a basis of participation in
the musical life on the campus. Officers this year were James Clark, president, Alan Davenport, vice-president,
William Weiss, secretary, and Thomas Vililson, treasurer, Dr, Louis U. Rowland and Mr, David L. Strickler were
the organization's advisors.
Third row: Ludington, Renick
Second row: Mr. Pearson, Nie-
mann, Barry, Ferry, Cates, Horst
First row: Wilson, Clayton
Clark, Davenport, Weiss, Dr
Not in icture: Me ers Miller,
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Mr. Pahl, Mr. Strickler, Dr
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Flute: Johnston, Eash, Hastings:
Oboe: Smith, Sullivan: English
Horn: Smith: Clarinet: Dicker-
son, Neidlinger, Whitman, Nei-
mann, Catton, Penhale, Epbler,
Balkema, l-loisington, Goodman,
AuWerter, Draper, Braun: Bass
Clarinet: Volgman: Bassoon: Le-
land, Howard: Saxophone: Hun-
sicker, Gauss, Holth, Miller:
French Horn: Spanier, Kelly,
McCullough, Holmes: Trumpet:
Clayton, Fultz, Black, Raville,
Talbot, McFarland, Eash, Cans-
field: Alto: Webb, Vinson, ln-
man: Trombone: Meyers, Barry,
Connors, Bucklin, Schulz: Bari-
tone: Clark, Hamilton, Mavis:
Bass: Dewey, Sturtridge, Sav-
age, Blair: Tympani: Coulter:
Percussion: Vilorthington, Storm-
Climaxing the season tor the Albion college band was its annual tour Ap il 8 l5 through Michigan and
neighboring states lt played two to three concerts a day under the direction ot Dr Conway Peters ending the
tour with a home concert in the Chapel lt al o played tor the football and basketball games and Homecoming
C IIBCHE TB D
Under the direction ot Dr Conway Peters the Albion college orchestra gave its home concert in the Chapel
on Sunday afternoon Feb ll lt also accompanied the band on tour April 8 l5 lts 55 members give the group
First Violin: Vedder, B. Smith,
Wilcox, McCune, Sanford, ln-
man, Miller, Clayton: Second
Violin: Vinson, Thomas, Dobie,
Etterich, Sharland, Catton, Cates,
Meyers, Connors: Viola: Fr.
Mangrum, Cook, Clark, Talbot:
Cello: Halsted, Neidlinger, Hat-
tord, Weltman: Bass: Dewey,
Personius, Sturtridge, Sterling:
Flutes: Johnston, Hastings, Eash:
Oboe: R. Smith, Sullivan: Clari-
net: Dickerson, Volgman, Snyder,
Draper: Bassoon: Leland, Lardie,
Foor: Trumpet: Fultz, Black, Ra-
ville, McFarland: French Horn:
Spanier, McCullough, Kelly,
Holmes: Trombone: Meyers,
Barry, Connors: Tuba: Savage:
Tympani: Coulter: Percussion:
Worthington, Stormer, Davis
Fourth row: Clark, Fenske, Wur-
dock, Van Wagoner, Lowder
Roberts, Redmond, Klein, Weeks
McCoy, Lonsberry, Larimer, Ir'
win, Lawrence, Carpp
Third row: Ferry, Hemstreet
Singles, Parello, Jack Tomion
Coad, Stone, Hanlon, Horst
Hummon, Anderson, Bonnell
Enos, Niemann, Fowler, Merri-
field, Fey, Porter
Second row: B. Johnson, Angel-
off, Funk, Ball, Norland, Mc-
Kinley, Odgers, Hotfs, Runkel
Erlckson, Knopf, Hoyt, McCann
Beck, Chisholm, Taylor, Getty:
First row: MacMillan, Freeland
Finney, Jean Tomion, Cuirnond
Arthurs, Blair, Bergquist, Mr
Strickler, Barnes, Nebergal
Burns, Rademacher, Bradford:
Perkins, Russell, Heimburger
A CAPELL CHUIBD
The a cappella choir again presented a Christmas concert in December and a pre-tour concert April 8 ir
the First Methodist church, The annual spring tour, April lO-l7, included concerts in Michigan Ohio and
Indiana. Choir officers were Carolyn Cletty, president, Louise Hotts, secretary, and Russell Hanlon treasurer
The choir was directed by Mr, David l.. Strickler.
C DRIG L INGEBSD
The purpose of the Madrigal Singers is to present the best in vocal literature, both ancient and modern
Highlighting this year's program were performances in Chessaning Methodist church, Metropolitan Methodist
church in Detroit, and Christ church in Cranbrook, The organization was directed by Mr. David L Strickler
Second row: Mr. Strickler, Enos
Weeks, Ferry, Wurdock, Hem-
First row: Finne Blair Knopf
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' ' Fourth row: Amos, Haas, Christ,
, Siegel, Brautigam, Van Arsdalen,
Third row: Little, Shurlow, Hag-
adone, Balciulis, Perkins, Martin,
Second row: Baker, Cappel,
O'Dell, Moore, Keehn, Cuiss,
Ferguson, Shenefelt, Ungrodt
First row: Kresge, Frey, Carson,
Bennett, Maas, Sharp
Not in picture: Betz, Blumen-
thal, Boe, Eggleston, Frost, Cer-
vais, Guilford, Hidenfelter, J.
yy l-Iolmes, L. Holmes, Jameson,
V loranko, Lamping, Maideski,
iw Marvin, Mohl, Monahan, Pink-
ney, Porter, Ritzman, Rowan,
Shave, Stanton, Swanson, Vandi-
The "A" club endeavors to improve Albion's athletic Standing and to keep a high level of sportsmanship
among students and athletics. The club is comprised of Albion college athletics who have earned varsity letters
in any sport. The officers were James Carson, president, Thomas Bennett, vice-president, William Maas, secre-
tary, Charles Marvin, treasurer, and Robert Frey, publicity chairman. Mr. Dale R. Sprankle was the faculty
advisor. The "A" club sponsors the Big Three week-end and gives most valuable player awards in each sport,
C IGNIA BELT P ID
Men are admitted to Sigma Delta Psi on the basis of proficiency in tests of various athletic skills that in-
clude running, jumping, throwing, rope climbing and swimming. Applicants must also pass requirements for
scholarship and posture. Only four students have passed the tests required for membership but trials are being
held regularly for those who are interested. The officers of the group were Jack Sharp, president, Robert Eggles-
ton, vice-president, and Harry Hidenfelter, secretary-treasurer. Faculty members were Dr. Delmar Anderson, Dr.
William J. Gilbert, Mr. Howard Pettersen, Mr. WalterSprandel, and Mr. Dale Sprankle.
Second row: Sharp, Eggleston
. First row: Dr. Lavely, Mr
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Second row: Wear, Werle, Nor-
ton, Murdock, Valentine, Buch-
binder, Mahan, Douglas, Behnke
First row: Henderson, Evans,
Ceil, Leenhouts, Niehoff
Not in picture: Ertell, Hill,
Barbara C-eil was president of the NNornan's Athletic association, Other officers included Mary Ertell, vice-
president, Dorothy Evans, secretary, and Doris Leenhouts, treasurer. Miss Jo Dunn and Miss Mary Lang were the
sponsors. The association, a member of the national Athletic Federation of College Women, sponsored a week end
of camping for the MIAA schools in November at Camp Kitanniwa and sent representatives to the national asso-
ciation meeting in April at the University of Michigan. The purpose of the organization is to promote a love of
sports and to foster the ideal ot good sportsmanship.
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Turning in one of the best season's records since Coach
Del Anderson took over the coaching position, the Albion
college Britons roared to a tally of six victories against
two defeats and one tie.
The record allowed the Britons to tie with the Alma
Scots, the MIAA champions, for second place in all-state
standings in competition with 2l other colleges', junior
colleges' and universities' fielding teams.
The Briton scoring machine tallied l83 points against
86 for the opposition. Twice the Britons were able to
preserve their perfect mark by turning in victories without
letting the opposition make one point.
ln the race for the MIAA crown, Albion tied for third
place with Hope, following Alma and Kalamazoo. Bill
Van Deusen was voted a first-string beth on the All-
MIAA defensive team, while teammates Frank Joranko,
lke Guilford and Lin Reed won honorable mention.
After by-passing Defiance college, 30-O, and Ashland
college, l9-O, in games in Ohio, the Britons opened ath-
letic relations with Michigan Tech by nosing them out,
I4-l3, with the accurate toe of Dan Carmien adding
the necessary point. Hillsdale then tied Albion, 7-7, after
the Britons led until the closing minutes of the fray.
Before a packed Homecoming day crowd, Albion rolled
to its greatest score of the season by flattening Adrian,
33-6.4: The Britons then met their match for speed in
the Kalamazoo Hornets and bowed, 35-28. ln a thick
fog the Britons toyed with Olivet, 26-6, and then in a
driving rain-storm were edged out by Alma, 7-O. A
blinding snowstorm and an icy field at Holland failed to
stop the Britons as they topped Hope, 26-12, in the
Line coach Henry Beckenbach Backfield coach Walter
Head coach Delmar Anderson
Sixth row: Parker, Grant, Valentine, Ceranski, Watts, Gamble,
Nottoli, Ambler, Shank
Fifth row: Armstrong, Van Deusen, Stuart, MacDonald, Lamkin,
linger, Leutz, Gervais, Joranko, Rowan
Fourth row: Reed, Paniccia, Bruno, Walker, Guilford, Jordan, Fry,
Third row: Mr. Anderson, Marvin, Van Epps, Wilcox, Siefka,
Hidenfelter, Shurmur, Carson, Stinson, Shurlow, Blumenthal, Mr.
Second row: Mr. Beckenbach, Bates, Majdeski, Bow, Frey, Bennett,
Brautigan, Horvath, Monahan, Thompson, Brown, Jameson
First row: Maas, Martin, Hoffman
The Briton basketball team captured its first MlAA
basketball title since l947-49 last winter by annexing a
victory streak of l3 consecutive wins and mounting a
season's record of l4 victories against seven losses.
After opening the season with a victory, the Britons
slumped into a losing streak that carried two MIAA
games and the annual trip east and through Ohio. How-
ever, in the first game back in Michigan the Britons
snapped the streak and turned in a win over Kalamazoo
college. From then on, it was only on the victory side
of the ledger for the Britons.
John Porter, Albion's sharp-shooting and quick-
stepping guard, paced the team to the MIAA title by
setting new records for MIAA scoring with l5S points
and a total of 277 points in a single season.
Dick Allen, the elongated center, completed his col-
legiate basketball career by accumulating a scoring total
of 725 points to set a new Albion college record for four
years. lt exceeded the mark set last year by Lou Black.
ln all, the Britons tossed some I476 points through
the hoops during their 2l game tour to average a score of
70.28 points. However, the scores ranged from a low
of 48 against Adrian to a high of lOl against Hope.
Named as co-captains of the team for the year were
Allen and Bob Eggleston, Porter's running mate. Eggles-
ton was fourth in team scoring and was particularly
noted for his defensive tactics and elusive ball-handling.
1950-51 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
70 Olivet 49
69 Alma 75
61 Buffalo State 69
51 Toronto 56
59 Hillsdale 76
51 Wooster 73
52 Mount Union 54
51 Wooster 65
72 Ashland 74
64 Kalamazoo 57
98 Olivet 43
73 Hope 67
92 Adrian 36
72 Univ. of Chicago 53
95 Wabash 62
74 Alma 57
64 Hillsdale 49
77 Kalamazoo 64
68 Univ. of Chicago 38
101 Hope 65
48 Adrian 43
Conquering all opponents within its class, the Briton
cross country team annexed six victories while losing only
one dual meet to capture their fourth straight MIAA title.
Led by Captain Ted Hagadone, the Britons met all
comers and fell only once before the team from Bowling
Green State university in Bowling Green, Ohio. Against
MIAA opponents, Albion now has taken the last 24 runs.
Opening competition against the University of Illinois,
Chicago branch, the Britons triumphed, 20-35. It was
in the second meet that they lost to Bowling Green, 24-
23, Against Adrian, whose Tom Hewitt won the indi-
vidual championship, Albion won Z0-43 and followed that
with a lop-sided IO-40 count over Kalamazoo.
In a triangular run, Albion placed 26 points, with the
University of Chicago, 37, and Toledo university, 53. At
Mount Union in Alliance, Ohio, the Purple and Gold run-
ners out-sped all opposition to an I8-45 score, and then
bounced back to MIAA competition to down Alma, I5-
SO. They closed out the dual-meet season by trouncing
In the annual cross country run, this season at Adrian,
Hagadone and Don Vandivort paced the field until the
final mile of the four-mile course where Hewitt took the
lead and retained it. Vandivort and' Hagadone tied for
second and third. Jim Holmes placed fifth, Jack Sharp,
eighthg Carl Cappel, tenth, Keith Wilson, twelfth, and
Jim Hadden, sixteenth.
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Third row: Mr. Beckenbach, Hall, Carstens, Furney, Porte
Second row: Luxmoore, Hookey, Leckie, Cyrus, Kessel, Clark ldeceasedi,
McKay, Goodall, Yonker, Poleski, Sudborough
First row: Blumenthal, Allen, Kason
Not in picture: Khanna
The Albion college swimming team completed its
initial year of intercollegiate competition by writing into
the records' book an impressive tally of four victories
against one defeat-that by only one point.
Coached by Henry Beckenbach, the swimmers were
able to complete the season without suffering defeats in
Tom Allen, the Briton's great free style swimmer, has
yet to meet defeat in the 60-yard and lOO-yard free
style events. The other individual star of the season was
Charlie Luxmoore who finished first every time he was
entered in the l5O-yard backstroke.
Allen and Luxmore teamed up with Bob Porte to make
up the medley relay team that chalked up a first each
time it competed.
Coach Beckenbach's fledglings opened Albion's new-
est venture into collegiate sports last December l5th
when they met Detroit Tech. Precision swimming and
good conditioning was apparent as the tankmen regis-
tered a 51-24 decision over the visitors. They then
turned back Hillsdale twice, 45-30 and 55-l7 before
opposing the strong Illinois Tech aggregation. The
Techawks were able to eke out a 38-37 win. Albion
completed the season by routing the University of Illinois,
Chicago branch, 48-27.
All ten lettermen are scheduled to return to the
campus next fall.
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Dropping only three games-two of them league en-
counters-the Briton baseball team battled through a
l5-game schedule to bring to Albion college the first
postwar MIAA baseball championship.
With southpaw Chappy Marvin and right-hander Clark
Wurm carrying the brunt of the mound duties, the Briton
batters rapped out convincing victories and ran their un-
defeated string to nine games before bowing to Alma and
Hillsdale. They carried into this season a list of seven
Co-captain Marv Crostic, who patroled the left field
acres, was chosen the most valuable player by his team-
mates after the season was completed. Wurm shared the
captain's duties with Crostic.
The Britons took advantage of the spring vacation by
traveling south in search of some games. Rained out in
two Indiana games, Coach Del Anderson's players twice
turned back Berea, Ky., college. Returning to Michigan
territory, they pummeled Adrian, l8-7, downed Hills-
dale, 4-2, and trounced Alma, l5-4. Traveling to Ohio
Wesleyan university at Delaware, Ohio, the Britons won,
After squeezing past Hope, 4-3, Albion downed
Adrian, 6-2. lt was then the string was cut short with
the games against Hillsdale and Alma. After dropping
the first of a double header against Indiana Tech, 4-5,
Albion roared back in the night-cap, 9-5.
They closed out the season by whipping Hope, 5-2,
Kalamazoo, 8-2, and twice defeating Olivet, 8-3 and
Third row: Martin, Wilcox, Biggs, Marvin, Ferguson, Basha, Jameson
Second row: Clendening, Nelson, Little, Joranko, Gervais, Jueckstock
l95O most valuable player
First row: Berry, Ballard, McKimbaII, Crostic, Wurm, Hoover, Baer Kresge
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Boasting one of the greatest track powers to be assem-
bled since the l93O's, the Albion college trackmen swept
nine opponents before them and tallied their fifth con-
secutive MlAA track championship last spring,
Three times piling up scores of lOO points or more,
the Britons advanced with ease against their opponents,
the closest scores coming against the Ohio Wesleyan
university and Kalamazoo teams.
Ted Hagadone remained undefeated in the two-mile
run during the entire season and successfully defended
his crown in the MIAA event. The Britons took four
other firsts, five seconds, nine thirds, five fourths and
five fifths. They scored points in all I5 events.
Big John Haas was the field meet's only triple winner.
He captured the discus and shot put titles, and the special
lOO-yard dash for men weighing over ZOO-pounds. He
set records in both the discus and shot. Don Vandivort
set a new Kalamazoo field record with his mile run, and
Jack Sharp took first place in the lOO-yard dash,
The Britons tuned up for their outdoor competition by
engaging in three indoor meets. After bowing to West-
ern Michigan and Wayne university, the runners came
back to hand Ohio Wesleyan university a 59-50 loss on
the "Battlin' Bishops" oval.
Season's scores: Albion lOO, Adrian 31, Albion 96,
Hillsdale 353 Albion lO9 ZX3, University of Illinois, Chi-
cago branch, Zl U33 Albion 87, Ohio Wesleyan 42, Al-
bion 9lV2, Toledo 39V2g Albion 83, Kalamazoo 443
Albion ll3V2, Hope 24lf5, Calvin 24g Albion 96 ZX3,
Central Michigan 34 l,f3.
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First row: Hall, Gregory, Ungrodt,
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Loaded with veteran talent, the Albion college tennis team put on one of its most spirited drives and closed
the season by clinching third place at the MIAA field day competition in the Stowe Tennis stadium in Kala-
Bill Casteel was elected by his teammates as the most valuable player, and he teamed up with freshman Bob
Siegel to reach the semi-finals in the MIAA doubles competition.
A host of senior talent provided Coach Kenneth Higgins with a well-organized team in his first year of
coaching the sport at the college.
TENNIS and GULF
Atkinson, Berglund, Wagner, Cuiss,
Mohl, French, Hadden
Losing only one match the entire season, the Purple and Gold golfers snared the MIAA golf championship
iast spring by turning in an aggregate score of 957 for 36-holes.
The Britons swept by all MIAA opponents, except I-Iope, and topped such non-conference foes as Olivet,
Detroit Tech and the University of Illinois, Chicago branch.
Going into the MIAA tournament at Kalamazoo, the Britons held on to first place and, after the first I8-
holes were played, still retained the top position. Vic Cuiss led the Britons to the championship by turning in
a low score of I53.
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trophy surrounded by Albiorfs
cross counfry, baseball. Track
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Third row: Scupholm, Rice, Mc-
Knignt, Leithe, Hedstrom, Ha-
meister, Arthurs, Badger, Packer
Ransom, Laughlin, Watson
Wiek, Dunham, Wilson, Steele
Second row: Noyes, Gorham,
wells, Voelker, Larsen, Manson,
Mohl, Cloor, Ruehl, Cansfield,
Erockway, Lock, Wyman, Craft,
First row: Dalgleish, Wellman, I
McRae, Reed, Lamson, Barton,
Roberts, Morris, Wickham, Vo-
Not in picture: Christopher
Elizabeth Barton led Alpha Chi Omega as president. Dorothy Lamson and Doris McRae served as vice-
presidentg Rhoda Roberts was recording secretary, Mary Lou Reed was corresponding secretary, and Sylvia
Morris was treasurer. Activities ot the group included the Alpha Chi Omega-Delta C-amma dinner-dance, father-
daughter banquet, Christmas party with alumnae and a Christmas party tor Albion children, Alpha Chi Omega-
Delta Gamma football game, celebration of I-lera day on March lg Saturday Iuncheons, and the awarding of the
Jennie Worthington cup at the annual Sigma Alpha Iota Song test to the senior woman outstanding in the field
Party-party Alpha Chi VS Delta Gamma
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Halloween party at Fleenor's
Third row: Porter, Lindblom,
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Alpha Xi Delta won the sorority and campus scholarship cups for the first semester. Other activities this
year included a fall dinner-dance in Battle Creek Nov, llg a rummage sale Dec. 95 a cozy to honor Albion
Alpha Xi alumnaeg Fathers' week end in January: Christmas baskets sent to Albion familiesg Christmas carolingg
Care package sent to Europe, Mothers' week end and a spring formal April 7. Alpha Xi Delta took top honors in
the Sigma Alpha Iota Song fest. Officers of the chapter were Winona Beard, president, Kathleen Coster, vice-
presidentg Eileen Hart, corresponding secretaryg Eleanor Harger, recording secretaryg June Ciraham, treasurer, and
Nancy Crosby, social chairman.
CDELT A MA E
Third row: V. Arbaugh, Funk, I ' " " K '
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Led by Ann Carmien, president, the Delta Gamma's included the following activities in their year's schedule:
a winter formal Dec. 9 with Alpha Chi Omegag parents' week end and spring party in Mayg a Christmas party for
Albion childreng the annual football banquet at Parker Inn and the province convention, April Zl. Helen Rayle,
senior, and Carol Gnat, freshman, were elected Homecoming queen and Greek Goddess, respectively. Other offi-
cers were Helen Rayle, vice-president, Barbara Gauss, recording secretary, Laura Campbell, corresponding sec-
retary, and Carolyn Getty, treasurer.
Cramming for pledge test
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Building the "Toyland" float
Third row: Crago, Trudgeon
Boyd, Neidlinger, Stormer, Corr
Cripe, Hough, Eppler, Nebel
Cretcher, Buchbinder, Cates
Sias, Erickson, McCullough
Second row: Frasher, Hodges
Chisholm, Douglas, Leland, M
Ertell, Oliver, Ellis, Sanford
son, Leenhouts, Bennett, Mehrer
Honoring alumnae and present members at a Homecoming dinner, the Delta Zeta's celebrated their tenth
anniversary of the founding of Beta Pi chapter on the Albion campus. Among the activities the chapter under-
took this year were the winning of the Homecoming parade sorority float cup, a winter formal with Kappa Delta,
Dec. 9, and a spring dinner-dance, the "Rose Ball," May 5. They placed second in the SAI Song fest. Officers
this year were Maureen McLain, presidentg Phyllis Hassberger, vice-president, Barbara Odgers, recording secre-
tary, Patricia Stoner, corresponding secretary, and Sara Dobie, treasurer.
Not in picture:
Hunsicker, E. Ertell
Crissey, Dusenclorf, Tower, Vin:
First row: Webb, Marsh, Odgers,
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Third row: Blanchard, Reutinger
C-orenflo, Moore, Marcy, Miller
Murdock, Worthington, Cretcher
Runkel, Engle, Maynard, Taylor
Second row: Brockett, Britton
Akerley, Thomas, Young, Hoyt,
Hoffs, Werback, Chrisman, Pe-
ters, McKinley, Harger, Hay-
ward, Custer, Perkins
First row: Schwartz, Field, Hol-
comb, Phillips, Deckert, Evans
Ceil, Nuckolls, Kidder, Hearst
Not in picture: Angeloff, Bouda,
Fitch, Johnson, Moody, Newhart,
Pollock, Steen, Williams
Led by Dorothy Evans, president, Barbara Cell, vice-president, Mary Ellen Deckert, secretary, and Beverly
Nuckolls, treasurer, Kappa Delta began activities with a Homecoming banquet. The annual spaghetti dinner fol-
lowed. A winter formal in December, caroling, a Christnas party for Albion children, sending of a Care package
to Europe, a date night Jan. 5, the annual open house in the spring, the spring dinner-clance, the senior picnic,
Parents' day and the adoption of a French war orphan were other activities. Kappa Delta was the winner of the
W.A.A. Activities cup and placed third in the Sigma Alpha Iota Song fest.
Annual spaghetti dinner
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Picnic in VlCf0l'Y Dafk Awarded National scholarship cup
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Second row: McKenzie, Barnes
Johnston, Synan, Norris, Larson
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First row: Ladd, Fritz, Kocpel
5 field, Hildebrandt, Hoffman
i Silkworth, Norton
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tana, Wa h I be rg, Wellemeyer
Zeta Tau Alpha activities for the year included the Homecoming banquet in October, the winter formalg a
Christmas party for Albion children, a Christmas party and traditional caroling of the patronessesg date night,
the spring formal in April, a Parents' picnic in lvlayg a bridal shower and breakfast honoring the seniorsg a
meeting with alumnae about cerebral palsy, the national philanthropy, and Saturday luncheons, Officers were
Helen Cansfield, president, Lois Hildebrandt, vice-president, Helen Koepel, corresponding secretary, Maxine
Nebergal, recording secretary, and Carol Hoffman, treasurer. The group received the national scholarship cup and
a province scholarship plaque at the national convention in July, l95O.
X i , Olcott, Bortle, Jend, K. Neber-
Henderson, lvl, Nebergal, Cans-
Herman, Larsen, Penhale, Sme-
Third row: Appl, K, Marshall,
Sash, B, Young, Adams, Houck,
Haclden, Stevens, Cornell, Lux-
more, Ferguson, Hanlon, Meisel,
Second row: Richardson, Bitney,
Frey, Robert Shimmel, Hovey,
Vandivort, Hagadone, Walters,
Fritz, Ungrodt, Sullivan, Reid
First row: Watson, Hotchkiss,
Van Arsdalen, Wilson, Mrs.
Stevens, Carson, Johns, Ritzman,
Not in picture: Brown, Comp-
ton, Fry, Hasler, Luecke, Mead-
Third row: Elliott, Tuck, Kason,
Bollman, Baker, Stearns, Stin-
son, Singles, Boddy, Reinhard,
Shurmur, Hookey, Yonker, Pol-
eski, Lark, Simmons, Eason, Mc-
Second row: Leutz, C. Marshall,
Ambler, Hodgkinson, Frick, Van
Wagoner, Martin, Dore, Hor-
vath, Bernardo, Stetson, Cook,
Greig, P. Young, Davis, Walkot-
First row: Wolf, Thoms, Cal-
cagno, McClelland, Holbrook,
Boe, Larimer, Keehn, Ytterberg,
Alpha Tau Omega officers for the year were James Carson, president, Thomas
Wilson, vice-president, Bud Johns, secretary, and Robert Ritzman, treasurer. Dr. W.
J. Gilbert was faculty advisor, The activities of the fraternity included a Homecoming
banquet, various house parties, a Christmas party for Albion children, the annual
Blackfoot-Whitefoot formal dance in the fall, the spring formal dance, Parents' day,
a conclave with other chapters of the fraternity in Michigan, and participation on
intramural teams. The group was the holder ofthe major sports trophy, minor trophy,
and the all-sports trophy for the second year.
Q ALPHA TAU G D
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Officers of Delta Sigma Phi this year were Richard Burket, president, Robert
Lindke, vice-president, Bernard Billman, secretary, and Michael Baughman, treasurer.
An IFC open house after the Alma football game in November, the annual Home-
coming banquet, the Sailors' ball, the fall formal, and a Christmas party for Albion
children were part of the Delta Sigma Phi social activities. Other activities included
a football game with the Hillsdale chapter, a Michigan Delta Sigma Phi conclave at
Jackson, a farewell party for Mrs. Black, the house-mother, and the annual White
Carnation ball in the spring. The group was the winner of the l949-50 basketball
championship, the l95O golf championship and the trophy given for the best float
Leuven, Foster, Mastney, Base
Cergle, Bonino, Nult
Second rowi Panella, Hoffman
Farris, Outherie, Horn, Handley
Davenport, Shank, Shafer, Bauer
First row: Johnson, Jameson
Baughman, Burket, Mrs. Black
Lindke, Billman, Passineau
Not in picture: Fey, Francis
Third row: Hall, Palmer, Span-
ier, Custer, Barr, Haas, Van-
Third rowi Yaney, Irwin, Har-
ley, Barsch, Grodavent, Bull,
Bow, Wyse, Porter, Ball, French,
Carducci, Hubbard, Rupp, Rente
Second row: Thompson, Mohl,
Dunne, Sharp, Lyster, Parker,
Engstrom, Peterson, Siegel, C.
Gleason, Hall, Holmes, Williams
First row: Ford, Clark, Grus-
chow, Ludington, Mrs. Temple,
Monahan, Farley, Harness, l..
Not in picture: Blaising, Ceran-
Third row: Marson, Fabel, Val-
entine, Johnson, D'Pulos, Swan-
son, Howard, Cansfield, Car-
Sccond row: AuWerter, Mac-
Donald, Clarke, Brundage, Van
Boven, Black, Vander Jagt, Nei-
thercut, Gregory, Carey
First row: Poulos, Fenske, Ar-
nold, Biggs, Kessel, Humrnon,
Delta Tau Delta was the winner of the scholarship cup and the fraternity float
cup at Homecoming this year. William Monahan, presidentg James Holmes, vice-
presidentg James Dunne, corresponding secretary, Noel Yaney, recording secretary,
and John J. Porter, treasurer, are the officers of the fraternity. The nineteenth annual
Black and White was held in Jackson between semesters. The week-end included a
party at the fraternity house and a snow party in Jackson. The group also gave a
Christmas party for Albion children.
The Homecomi ng monster
C DELT TA BELT D
C S GMA Clll D
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Jean Trombley
The Sigma Chi's began the tall term with their annual Sweetheart Ball in Novem-
ber. The chapter sweetheart this year is lVlrs. Gerald Trombley. The chapter also
gave a spring formal and sponsored a Mother's and Fathers' day in May. Thad Earl,
president, led the Sigma Chi's for the tall term, Working with him were George
Miller, vice-president, Richard Hall, secretary, Richard Furney, house manager, Ward
Taylor, social chairman, and Robert Olsen, pledge master. For the spring term,
Gordon Lawrence was president, Roland Wilkins, vice president, Robert Vedder, sec-
retary, Walter Bodle and Ward Taylor, co-social chairmen, Richard Hall, house
manager, and Richard Allen, pledge master.
'TT' Third row: Pochert, Weeks,
Strickfaden, R. Allen, DeBusk,
Long, Hagan, Vedder, Dennis
Second row: Wurmlinger, Ma-
lasky, Fraser, Van Epps, Wilkins,
John Barry, R. C. Burrows,
Hawes, Thomas, Taylor
First row: Olsen, Meyer, R.
l-lall, Miller, Mrs. Harger, Earl,
Siler, Grove, J. Trombley
Not in picture: Bradshaw, Bu"-
ters, Richard Furney, Heirnbach,
Kanold, Lawrence, Nixon, Par-
ello, C. Parker, Siebert, Upiohn
Third row: P, Wagner, Golan-
vaux, McKay, L. Hall, Milford,
Crr, H. Wagner, Anderson
Second row: M, Trombley, Rob-
crt Furney, MacArthur Icic-
ceasedl, King, Liebum, Burk-
man, Baker, Parsch, Lewis
E. Parker, T. Allen
First rowi Gilbert, L. Barry,
Brown, Jack Barry, Cray, Bodle,
Third row: P. Oakes, Serra,
Christensen, S. Smith, W. Smith,
Foster, Balciulis, McDonald, Per-
kins, Riley, J. Oakes, Madden,
Second row: Wingard, Jackson
Stuart, T. Watts, Karlstrom,
Wallschlaeger, P. Watts, Jones
Parr, Elms, Wurdock
First row: Amos, Kay, Donald-
son, Hinrichs, Bennett, Mrs.
Dean, Marvin, Yocum, Herbert
Not in picture: Armstrong, Bark-
well, Blumenthal, Bruno, Crosth-
waite, Culman, J. Dettman,
Humphrey, Jodry, Joranko, Maj-
deski, O'Dell, Paniccia, Peters
Rowan, Swanson, Van Deusen
Welday, Weston, Yost
Third row: Lewis, Walker
Kresge, Lardie, Nasson, Knapp
McCoy, Baldwin, Howser, Laid-
law, Mayo, Wilson, Reault,
Second row: Druckamiller, Bark-
well, Campbell, Higgs, Keys
Holth, Reed, Carstens, Barrett
Crossley, Leitch, Baer
First row: Goodall, Mighion,
P. Dettman, Stephenson, Thomp-
son, Nankervis, Fetner, Esmann
Highlighting the activities for Sigma Nu this year was the White Star week-end
in the spring. The chapter also sponsored its annual Melon Feed in the fall and
Blackfoot-Whitefoot ball with Alpha Tau Omega in December. Gamma Gamma
chapter won the trophy for the best house decorations at Homecoming. The officers
of the fraternity are Thomas Bennett, president, Donald Wingard, vice-president,
Walter Hinrichs, secretary, and Donald Welday, treasurer.
Champion woodgathers for Pep rally
C SIG NU D
Jackie VanderVen, 1950 Red Carnation Queen
Q TAU KAPP EPSILUI D
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Tau Kappa Epsilon was led this year by Chris Christ, president, Jack Tomion, vice-
president, Robert Stark, secretary, and Robert Warren, treasurer. The chapter won
the intramural football trophy. Highlighting the social scene was the "Teke" winter
formal in December and a Christmas party for needy children of Albion. Harry Hiden-
felter was received into Omicron Delta Kappa, and Alvin Ballard and Chris Christ
received mention in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. The purpose
of the fraternity is service and its channels include the college, undergraduate mem-
bers, the chapter's alumni and the national fraternity.
Third row: Cappel, DeMaggio
Brigham, Coughenour, Seelye
mann, Wahlberg, Little, Porte
Second row: Perkins, Shurlow
Sharp, Holmes, Volgman, Crea?
Jacoby, Ballard, Coon, Spinney
First row: Dyke, Martin, Warren
Christ, Stark, Tomion, Engle
Lonsberry, J. Allen
Not in picture: Anderson, Benko
vais, Grant, Kelly, Lemmon
Merrifield, Sheathelm, Stanton
ford, Faylor, Stewart, Darin
Sccond row: Jeske, Redmond
street, Campbell, Kn.ght, D
First row: Swan, Carthe, Miles
Marlowe, Whitecraft, Wagner
Beattie, Braman, Stevens
dates, V. Baker, Knittel, Nie-
Betz, DeVinney, Gamble, Cer-
Third row: Lewis, McCall, Bend-
er, Teachman, Rosevear, Mor-
Cooper, R, Allen, Sawyer, Larn-
Fowler, Bonriell, Collins, Booth-
royd, Kistler, Cilchreft Hem-
C PAN IIELLENIC CIIUNCILD
Evans, McLain, Cansfield, Peter-
son, Beard, Carmien
. 'rst row: Dean Wilder
Schwartz, Coulter, Norton
' A V Werle
. We . ay . " Composed of the president and one elected representative from each of the six national Panhellenic sorori-
ties on campus, the Panhellenic council regulates rushing rules, gives the annual Panhellenic formal dance, awards
three S75 scholarships to Panhellenic members, and recojnizes the outstanding senior sorority woman of the year.
The offices, which are rotated yearly, were held this year by Anne Schwartz, presidentg Eleanor Norton, secretary,
and Barbara Coulter, treasurer. Miss Audrey K. Wilder served as advisor to the group.
QNTEIIFBATEBNITY C0 UN CHD
The lnterfraternity council is composed of two representatives from each of the six Creek letter fraternities
on campus. The group acts to promote harmony in problems that pertain to the fraternity system as a whole.
The officers for the first semester were: John Ludington, presidentg Torn Bennett, vice-president, Ronald Hogg,
secretary, and James Hadden, treasurer. Second semester officers were: Bennett, presidentg Hadden, vice-
president, Carold Dyke, secretary, and Robert Olsen, treasurer. The council directed rushing activities for the six
fraternities and had charge of the preparations for the annual lnterfraternity ball which was held in December
with the theme "South Pacific," Tony Pastor and his orchestra supplying the music. The council also has charge
of the voting for the Greek Goddess who is crowned at the ball.
Second row: Bennett, Hadden,
Ludington, Dyke, Strickfaden,
First row: Herbert, Carson, Car-
ducci, Christ, Earl, Burket
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Fourth row: Comstock, Trimble '
Robertson, Sundstedt, Loveland
Third row: Dykgtra' Chapman,
Elkow, Perry, Kay, Bucklin,
Second row: Baker, Horton, Nie-
mann, Rose, Coffron, Ross, Jones,
First row: Renshaw, Hamilton,
Mrs. Hall, Jackson, M. Goodell,
Not in picture: P. Collins, S.
Collins, E, Goodell, Knopf, Luke,
Rauchbauer, Van Buren, Wilcox
Abbott The Independent Women's league is a member ofthe National Independent Students' association and open
to all women who are not affiliated with a sorority. The organization had a party with Goodrich club in the fall,
several date nights, a Homecoming banquet for alumnae and a tea for incoming freshmen, Officers were Leila
Jackson, president, Shirley Hamilton, vice-president, Muriel Gooclell and Rosemary Renshaw, secretaries, and
Jacqueline Abbott, treasurer. Mrs. Royal G, Hall was the group sponsor.
C GO0DllI ll CLUB?
Goodrich club is a cooperative house for men thats designed to provide inexpensive living facilities. The
club is named in commemoration of the late Dr. Frederick S. Goodrich, college chaplain and professor of English
Bible. The purpose of the club is to instill fellowship and cooperative spirit, promote scholarship, and uphold
Christian ideals. The groups' activities included a hayride and various date nights during the year. The officers
were William Griffith, presidentg Milton Ehlert, vice-presidentg Jack Clark, secretary, and Jay Starkey, treasurer.
Second row: Vincent, Starkey,
A. Gifford, Bechill, Clark, B.
Gifford, Connors, Spiess, Jacobi,
First row: Shenefelt, Sturtridge 5
Higgins, Gates, Ehlert, Dean
Not in picture: Griffith, John-
son, Manning, Maron, Seyffert
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