' RONALD E. I'IARRIS
' CARLTON B. NEELAND
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Because o lzls ejorts in lvelzalf o his Alma .Matefg
Jeeaase o the name or lm' lze has made in inter-
eolleglateueifeles, aml above all because of the close
rlemlslzijns Alze has maele with the stmlevzis o Alma
College, the ruvziov' Class aleafieates zflze Nineieevz
llfznelreel avfzcla Twenty-,we lllaroon and Cream If
Coaelz Royal R. Campbell.
COACH ROYAL R. CAMPBELL
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Zin Memoriam '
' FRANK N. NOTESTEIN, P1-LD.
P1'ofe.r.v0r of 1Wzzrhe11mI'icf and AIl1'O7Z07lL3' of Aflma College
CHARLES I-il. BONBRIGHT
Trzutee of Alma College
HELEN ki. BARNES
Mf11Z'bK7' of the Clem: of 1925 of Alvnax College
"Home to the vzarrow home, zhe long, long sleep,
Whe1'e pam if Milled, cmd Jorrozo doth not weep."
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fin annual shoizlcl be an attractive record of a school
year, of all its achieoernenzfs anal glories, ancl of the
smaller and more intimate incidents which have
rnacle ihe year one to be pleasicrably reinernberecl.
PV e are presenting the IQ25 ,Maroon and Cream,
intending it to fnhfill such a function, and hoping
you will be pleased to accept it as a faithful recorcl
of your classmates anclvziheir greal or small accomp-
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JAMES E. IVIITCHELL, A.M.
I Dean Qf-the Faculty
i Professor of History and
2 Political Science
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Faculty , I9
Classes , 27
Activiisies . 57
Societies . 69
Athletics . . 77
Senior Class Will . . Q7
Calendar . . . Ioo
Jokes and Advertisements . IOS
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This is the chapel: here, my son, 4
. Your father thought the thoughts of youth,
And heard the Words that one by one ' 5 A
The touch of Life has turned to truth. '
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Blessings on Science! When the earth SCC1Tl,Cl old
When Faith grew doting, and the reason cold,
'Twas she discovered that the world was young,
And taught a language to its lisping tongue:
'Twas she disclosed a future to its View,
And made old knowledge pale before the new.
WT ALMA c1o1,Lec,L Q
Ah! what avail the largest gifts of Heaven,-
When drooping health and spirits go amiss?
How tasteless then whatever can be given!!
Health is the vital principle of bliss,
And exercise of health.
AL MA COLLEGE
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Here you must bide, my friends, with me entombed
In this dim crypt, Where shelved around us lie
The mummied authors.
AL MA COLLEGE H
He who hath loved not, here would learn that lore,
And make his heart a spiritg he who knows
That tender mystery will love the moreg
For this is Love's- recess.
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The man that hath no music in himself,
Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds
Is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoilsg
The motions of his spirits are dull as night,
And his affections dark as Erebus:
Let no such man he trusted.
- ALMA CGLLEGE
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O woman! Whose form and whose soul
Are the spell and the light of each path we pursueg
Whether suunid in the tropics, or chill'd at the pole,
If woman be there, there is happiness too.
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For here, not one, but many, make their play.
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ROY VV. HABIILTON, AlVI. JOHNYT. EWING, A.M., Litt.D
Vice-President Registrar and Secretary ofthe Facultx
Profexfor of English Speech
ALBERT P. CooK, A.M.
Secretary and Acting Treasurer
Asxiftavzt Profeffor of Latin
Profeffor of Clarifies
LAURA ELSIE IJAN1ER, A.B.
Dean of Women
!4J'.ViJ'llL7Zl Profeffor of EngH.fl1
MARGAILE1' E. LANDWEHP., A,NI.
AJ'J'i.YlIl'l1,l l"rofe'.r.ror of Germavz and
IRENE H. WILSON, A.M.
11ut1'ucior' in Evzglifh
HANs1fo1un M. MACCURDY, PH.D. IQAYMOND C. DITTO, A.M. V
Profefsor of Biology and Geology
Professor of Phyyicf
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LVIARIE Loumss Boxssor, A.B. ROBERT W. CLACK,
.f4fJi.vm1zt Profefxor of Frmzch P1'off.s'f01' of lVlzillzem.1mc5 and
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4 Profffsor of Philoxophy and Education Librmizm and Profeffor of Library
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? C1-m1u.1zs D. BROKENSI-IIRE FRANCIS E. WEST, M.Sc.
1 A.M., B.D. P1'0fe.r.r0r of Chemistry
i P1'0fr.rJ0r of Biblical Lilemture and 1
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FLORENCE LBURGY LEE NI. SHARRAR, A.B.
Library A.f.fZ.YZ6l'lZf Imlructor in History and Economicf
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J 11 Special Reprefeniative of the Board of Direflor of Phyfical Tmining for
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Direftor of Phyricczl Tmi11i11g for Men A,r.v1fJt1z1zt Profeffor of Vocal Ilflmic
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I ro csfor o I ifmo and Pipe Organ Mdf7'071 of W1'ight Hall
M. RUTI-I GRIERSON, A.B. GONNA Couzs
qfcretary to the Pwfidevzt Affiytcmt to the Secretary
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JOHN WILLIAM APSEY . . Hjacltn
Beta Tau Epsilon
President Beta Tau Epsilon C3, 41
Y. NI. C. A. Cabinet Q4j, Vice-President
fgj, Secretary Czj
Treasurer Student Council C4j
Assistant Business Manager Maroon and
"Seldom at council, never in a war."
I -fl 11 Effay oh Criticixm
VICTORIA HAZEL BAIINA . . 'LVic"
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Student Volunteer Band,Secretar'y,Treas-
Ufef C31 43 .
Y. WV. C. A. Cabinet C45
" Ufhy a pygmy among gi!l11lJ.l,,
-The Spauiflz Student
ROBERT HENRY BAKER . . "Bob"
Beta Tau Epsilon
President Beta Tau Epsilon C21
Band Cz, 3, 42
"But af it ix, I live and die unheard,
With a 'mort ooiceleff thought, :heath-
ing it af a sword?
CATHERINE LOUISE BARsTow
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet CZ, jj
Glee Club C3, 4D
Maroon and Cream Staff fgj
"Age cannot wither her, nov- czuzom :tale
Her infinite variety."
-Antony and Cleopatra
FRANK M. BENTLEY
Phi Phi Alpha
Track CI, 2, 3, 45g Captain QQ
President Phi Phi Alpha f4j
UBKKLYVLIIEJ' in vain their pretty eyef may rollf'
-The Rape of the Lock
AL MA COLLEGE
Baseball C3, 41
Track C41 V
"Heir af tall a mem af a1zy'.r in Illymf'
- Twelfth Night
F. COLLINS BRADLEY
" They are med to the lie: I tell."
DWAYNE B. BURKE
"Book: were hi: pcusion and delight."
-The W ayslde 11111.
Ross LEONARD CALKINS . . "Calla
Phi Phi Alpha
Football C2, 3, 41.
Band C2, 3, 41, Business Maiiager C41.
President Phi Phi Alpha C41, House lvlan
ager C3,41, Vice-President C31. .
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet C31,Vice-President C41
Marshall Student Council C41.
"I will coizfeff the Jweetext of all erimef,
fl 'maiden wooed and won."
-The Sjszmifh. Student.
ARTHUR THOMAS CARTY . . "Red'
Football Ci, 2, 3, 415 M. I. A. A. End C31.
Basketball CI, 2, 3, 41, Captain C3, 41
lVl. l. A. A. Forward C2, 3, 415 M. l
A. A. Captain C3, 41.
Baseball Cl, 2, 3, 415 M. I. A. A. Catch-
Cvlee Club C41
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C41 '
Vice-President Zeta Sigma C41
" There are girlf he walked with ezufual.
Theylll be sorry now heix gonef' '
-The .flbfeiit-Minded Beggar.
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I' I I 'lil 'l I l Football tr, 2, 3, 41
l Basketball CI, 2, 3, 41
I Baseball CI, 2, 3, 41
Glee Club CI, 2, 3, 41
' Secretary Zeta Sigma C41
I "I quarrel with my wife at home, we
. never fight abroad."
I -Divided Deftiviief
BEATRICE A. COTTLIQ . . . "Bea"
Alpha Theta .
Glee Club CI, 2, 3, 41, President C41
Vice-President Class of 725 C21
Senate C3, 41
President Alpha Theta C41
"Beware of all, but mort beware of man."
if 1 -The Rape of zhe Lock
' PIELEN A. COURTADE '
' - Kappa Iota
President Kappa Iota C31g Treasurer C21
Nlaroon and Cream Stall C31
Y. VV. C. A. Treasurer C41
"I cavmot cheek my girlifh blufh,
My color come: and g0e.f.',
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CHRISTINE CAROLINE LDECKER . "Tiny"
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0, 34 I , L .. 1 fi , xj ' ffl' 4:0 Secretary Philomathean C31
' 'wig Q I. 'iff I President Wright Hall Senate C413 Sec-
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f' I And ye! I know him a notoriozu liar."
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,CCN l4"f ff, Il ,li , .',Ila,,5Q44l,.f '45 wifdom with mirthf'
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Glec Club C3, 41 'I II If -.75 I III'
President Alpha Theta C4.1g Vice-President "II
C419 Treasurer C31 JII ' III:-III3 ,I,I.Ja
" Low at int ,right was 'er trouble, I fI'IIIIIII:gIg I'Ig ,I
She didvft know what it were." IIII IIII
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DOIIOTI-IY FLANEGIN . . . "Dot"
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dent C31 1 Il
Secretary Student Councll C21 ' RI I'
President Wfright Hall Senate C31 II
President Y. VV. C. A. C314 Cabinet C41 J III
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Alpha Theta - I III III!
President Alpha Theta C41 'II I MIIIIII IIIII.
Student Council C21 I, ,I II 'If-XIII I
Maroon and Cream Play C315 Senior Play J I I IIIIIIQ ,III3
C41 I I. :WI 'I' g'I5IIf
President Wfright Hall Senate C31 'III I.,IIIIIIIIf
Vice-President Class of '24 C21 ,I IIIIIIII Lfffffiqm-.-I Ig,'Ij,I, 'III?I,IIi,7yNI,'.jI,I!NIQ",I'I'IIIIf
Glee Club Q15 'III A Iewgi,f.'I::ffs,I,l
"Fair vzymjnhf, :Mui well-d1'eJJed youth: IIIIII l,,, jI'f"l:I"-I.
- arofzmd her ,qlzo1ze, 'IIIIII " I..
Bm every eye wax jixed on her alone." I'IgIIf I IUIIII
. -The Rape ofthe Lock II. 'I IINIQ
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I-IAROLD GAY .... "Pinky,I AIIIIII ,I I I,
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NIARY JOSEPI-IINE GEROW
1 Kappa Iota '
Vice-President Class of 725 Q11 '
President Kappa Iota C3, 41g Secretary
- Cz, 335 Vice-President C22
Glee Club C3, 4j5 Women's Sextette C3, 4j
Dramatic Club C35 1
"A town that bocutr inhabitant: lilee me
Can have no lack of good moiety."
-The Bird: of Killihgworth
PAUL D. GESNER . . 4'Doc Pills"
. Zeta Sigma
Editor-in-Chief of Almanian C4jg Asso-
ciate Editor C32
Band Cz, 3, 41
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C45
Athletic Trainer fzj
Student lVl. I. A. A. Representative Q45
" What pity, calm! that Jo liberal ct miiitl
Should .ro long be to new.vpajJe1"e.1'.rtzy.1'
WINIFRED HARROD . . "Winnie,'
Brownell Scholarship Q22
"Here let me .vit in Jarrow for 1gmnlei1ul."
JOHN MEREDITPI PIILDERLEY . "Bubbles"
Beta Tau Epsilon
President Beta Tau Epsilon 12,141
4'Oh, had I rtezyed, and mid my pmyevzr
-The Rape ofthe Locle
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ll: 1. ,141,1 "I am at fellow ol the ftmngert mimi i'
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RUTH l'1u:NE KING
ice-l resident Class of 725 C21
Y. W. C A. Cabinet C21 . P
President Philomathean C415 Vice-Presi-
dent C31' Secretary C31
.lui 1 we KWONG
.Shill 'ul alile with tongue and pen." i
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"IJ :hir not more than pamtmg can ex-
Or youfhful jnoetxfavmy when they low?" ,
ANN EMILY LYONS
Y Alpha Theta
Lake Erie College, 1921-22
"Sc'cm.r to reject him, though .the grant:
h if prayer. H
-The Rape of Ihr Lock .
E1,No IJUNCAN NICGLONE . "Mad,
.Phi Phi Alpha !
President of the Senior Class l
Business Manager of the Almanian C21g
Assistant Business Manager C11
President Flint Club C21
Treasurer Phi Phi Alpha C31
Business Manager Marooii and Cream C31
President Republican Club C31
"B-nz in the way of bargain, marie ye me,
FZ! cami! on the ninth part of cz hair."
C3, 41g treasurer C31
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President Zeta Sigma C415 House Manager
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That we wiylfd himfull ten timer zz day
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JOHN ANDREW lXfIAU1uz11 . . "-laclcl'
Phi Phi Alpha
Football C3, 41 I
Vice-President Phi Phi Alpha C41
"Cheerful, at morn, he wake: from Jlzort
Breartx the keen, air, and carolr ar he
ERWIN D. NIERRIAM
. Zeta Sigma 4
Glee Club CI, 2, 3, 41
Male Quartet C3, 41
President Zeta Sigma C41g,Vice-President
C41Q Secretary f31g Treasurer CI, 21
Treasurer of Class Of ,25 C31
Maroon and Cream Staff C31
"I do not look for holy xmfmr to guide -me
on my way."
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M,x11cA1zET MORRISON . . "Marg"
Vice-President of the Senior Class
Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41 A
President Kappa Iota C2, 31g Vice-Presi-
- dent C21g Secretary C41
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Q2, 415 Geneva Rep-
Vice-President Student Council C41
President of Senior Girls Q41
Editor CO-ed Almanian Q41
Dramatic Club Director C31
N I hardly yet have lebczrnid
To iizsimmte, flatter, bow and bend my
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MILDIKED NICHOLAS . . . "Mid,'
'Uillaff we wx her with our mw'tlz.."
-The Nurfmg Szszm'
A ,l. MA COLLEGE
llI1I'EA -lov STINSON -'
1fVILM.ER RAY lATTON . at ,
Beta 'I au Epsilon -.
AlITl'll1l'll1 Staff C3 41 33
I'CS1QlLl1L Beta Tzu Epsilon C41' Vice-
Pres1denLf31 Secretary 41
Secrctirv 1 M C A C 'T'
Associate l dilor Maroon and Cream 3 .l '
Second Place in Omtoricil Contest 4 A ,
Silhman Scliolirship C21
Secret iry Republican Club 31 '14,
You .ree 1111 grow 1n11.rtz1clzc.ff 3011. ear -Q
The Eathmz in
Dor. XID W1-.sl LY PUGSI EX 4
umor lliy Committee 31' Senior Play 1
Glce Club 41
Ylme war mystery in hi: looks. .,
- Tha' Wayxidf Inn 24
l RIIDTRIC1 Wu 1 IAM SHAVIZR . Cucldy f
Leta Sigma 1
lcotbill Q1 2 3
Bwskctblll I 2 3 41' M. I. A. A. Guard ..
3 4 A
Baseball CI, 2, 3, 415 Captain f3l in
President Class of '25 CBJ 5.31 .
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House lvlanager Zeta Sigma Q3, 41 .pq ffl
Athletic Editor Maroon and Cream C31 iilillll Ali? 4 - N
"ll-if jnrayev' ha milk, thi: patient, holy lgllll fiifxi
man." 441 filw.Qf1 5,
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JO!-'IN I-IENRY Sl-IROYER
Phi Phi Alpha .HgMQ,1. .1 A '
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1 Treasurer of the Senior Class mf! M 1 1 -
Treasurer Class of '25 12, 41 'Wi
Associate Editor Maroon and Cream C31 ,hgh .
Vice-President Phi Phi Alpha C31 QM,
"And yn of .fuclz fzutidiouf tariff, . lf'
lla viewrfo-zmd zlze but 100 good." I+
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Assocmiie Editor Maroon and Cream C31 vmvn . 1 'if-f74:1f4' -
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timid' i' A"' iii 'MH "lil "A "" ii i' AUGUSTA M. STURTRIDGE . "Gussie
5' Q 'flijgw Alpha Theta
,j l 'llzfgllnglig 5 " Uncertain, Coy, :md hard to pleasef,
C 145 'iii lil -lVIm"mion
'ifli SINCLAIR TEBO . . . ' "Clair"
IFS, C 'f 'l l lil Zeta Sigma E
.CM 4 QM if Sli Basketball 1919, '20, C315 Captain5 M. I.
Xalan' yljg 3,1 A. A. Guard '19
I, alll., 55 ,A,H,N, 4,5 gr ,C la Football 1919
!r"'ll"f'i'l'll 'l 1 ' All ! President Class of '22, 1919
Iqhffl' li l . President Y. M. C. A. C41Q Cabinet C31
Nall Cv' President Athletic Association eng Mac-
'-Elq 'ji ' Hgef C31
hi jllwifff President Student Council C41
555 '.ii.-elim President Zeta Sigma C41
Qilfwg L f. Debate C41 A 1
IAC! lil "To lzzm all thingy were possible and
aim I u seemed
'QW' ',,filfQ,i ,,N C. VV, , 5 4 , 'HI ' Not what he had dccomplixlied, but had
gills' "' 'l" ' "Hi ' 4 All dreamed." -Emma and Eg'i11.hard
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Chi ,f Ii XCYIRGINI x ATIIEMAINE
!ll lj' ' r 1 Alpha! Theta
il, ' A Vice-President Class of ,25 C31
I lil 1 1' Vice-President Student Council C31
nf M Hip College Orator C21 C V P 1
ll , I President Alpha Theta 315 ice- resic ent
. ' i C31
'C 4 , 2 I - f' Glee Club CI, 2, 3, 415 President C31
ly g ' - ' 'P vicc-Pccsacicnc Dramatic Club C31
-' A Senate C2 31 A
' 3 .5 ' Y. W. C.,A. Cabinet C35
lj, 4' Though grave, yet triflingg zealow, yet
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llwgill iiiwf ii CLARISSA S. VREELAXND . ' . "Clair',
,wlialiil 'M 4 Uv, ,G . C, gi. Philomathean
"iff 'ill ':"W:l"" . Q- mi' Maroon and Cream Staff C31
ii '.5i "ffl Athletirc Board of Control C31
'Wal . V. 9 'O President Philomathean C41 . 6
'Fiat A "Her lively loolef a .rprightly mind dw-
.iiiljf ' , Clare." -The Rape ofthe Lock
iz, , Alpha Theta .
i C ff Secretary of the Senior Class
, CW-,,, N M4 ,QI Glee Club C35 415 Nlanager C415 YVo1nan's
'ft iKiiii.iiiiiiiB jli-,li iir. it SCXYCULC C41
ill'ii'lii..l.l"il'Z-sl-'fr-----"em" l"..RJ...il?gC fl Secretary Alpha Theta 'C21
ill? i. Assistant Business Manager Marooii and
f ll ll lllznliliisll is iiirlenmlririi Cream C33
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ALMA COLLEGE '
HARRY L. W1LL1AMs . . "Prince"
Phi Phi Alpha f 1 '
Baseball I 1 J- gl
Track C25 0 I is
Treasurer Phi Phi Alpha C259 Vice-Presi- N , 1 A I
dent C45 l ' 1
"Ufith. age, with carer, with 77llll!ld1iKJ' ' '
Ile Jfelex the 14' ugz of monaxtzc zest. , A d
-Thr' lfzz1zity of Huvnmz I'l"iJl1e: Q
I-IOWARD G. WEST I C '
Band CI, 2, 3, 45g lVIanager C35g Treasurer A
Glec Club CI, 2, 3, 453 President C45 i A A 1' . l 11
Male Quartctlze C3, 45 I ' l 'X
. Zeta Sigma ' 1
0 C45 I I
Vice-President Zeta Sigma C455 Secretary i C 1 Kg,
"RefoZw'd to win, he merl1ftatc.r the way, 1 - 1 1 ,
By force to rzwish., or by fraud bezmyfl ' ' ' i,'i f
-The Rape of the Lock I 1 IL' I
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WINFRED PERCY WILSON 0 -1 '
'LD1f,fcou1'.recZ in trv'111..v cu just, zuiih look: I ' 1 U
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AJ e'e1' could Devmzf of the Grfczan 1
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lCENNE'I'H Pi-111.L1P WOLFE . L'Ken" ', '
Zeta Sigma I , X I
Band Cz, 3, 455 Director C254 President C45 . ee .
Glce Club C35 ' H
"W'014ld you axle for hi! vmfritr? Ala!! I I
he had none." o 1
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CARI, A. WOOD .C U C J
Phi Phi Alpha ' Q i "
Secretary Phi Phi Alpha C35 ' 1 Nami, - 3-'L '
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Debate C45 '
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"Old ax I ami for ladiex' love unit, A Q
The power of beauty I remf1nbe?' yet." U Cl, 1' " 1. A Q.
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4 Iootball CI 2 3 4 Cxpm C31 NI
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Bmsketbwll CI 2 3 45
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DEWEY DWMM: X 0191214
' S urely some demon num parser: the lad
Who .rlzowfd more 2011 than ever ,vchool
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Nm , A Alpha Theta '
3, "I seek one man, om' man, and om' aloaef'
nil H f:Q"- . --Sohrah and Rlaxtum.
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'I "She if as oirtuoaf ay fha lJ'f6H1'.H
-Yhg Spamyh Student
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Ill LEONARD ANDREWS . . . "Andy"
l Phi Phi Alpha
" The pupil of imjmlie, it forced him along,
l A Hi: conduct :till right, with his argzmievit
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l DOROTHY BRADLEY
l Ai Alpha Theta
ll Q Art Work A
'fill' " The fixing blufhey, which hw cheek 0'er-
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"Oh, may .vomz Jpark of your celeftial fire,
, The laft, the meavzeit of your :ons iuypirefl'
-An Essay on Criticixm
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Roclsu F. Coma .... "Reg"
Phi Phi Alpha I.
"Oh, cmsc, 1'lZ.I'l7, youth! dexift ere 'tix too late, 0
Fear the just gorlf, cmd think of Scyllrff I
DOROTI-1Y NIARIE DOUDNA "I I I
"She mock: all her zoooerf out of cz mit." o'
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OSEPI-I Glsokcslzu COUTURE . . 'CSheik" I g
"So be zvhrvzed by my lot Qwhich I know you ' "
will 11.00, I
And lmrh about women from me!" ' .N .
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Beta Tau Epsilon ' I I I
"Hare lie: homxrt Wi!lilL171, whore heart was I
ll mint, ,I I '
While the ozomfr 'l'L6',L'7' knew hzIU the good II 'I
lhat was i'Iz't." I
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GIIJBERTI H. DAVIS . . "GUI,
Zeta Sigma 'I II'
'III'CE1SI.II'C1' I, ,
"1 was very wx!! plowed with what I knowed, .I y IIIII IIII ,I .
I reckowwd 'l1ILV.S'6'UI no fool." I I I I 1
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"I give him cwxef, yet he give: me love."
-A' Al'ldJ"Ll.1?Z77LZ7' N ightlv Dream
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. T My I "I do betray my:eU with 1Jl1TLJ'h'l77.g.,,
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V 'I JENNIE NIARIIL GILBER1'
'N ,liz V Philomathean
' hi 9 'L 0 that my tongue were in the thznzderlv mouzh!
' , i: wel Then with a pa,fT1fo1z would I .vlzalee the
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N Alpha Theta '
" I had rather hear my clog bark at a crow
than a man swear he love: me. "
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5 "l"t'1'y 7'd7'L'l3l will he Jqtzarely jbufh the logic 'WM
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l To iff 'ultimate conclzuiovz in 'uvzvnitifgaleci .Q3 f ' '.
-The Fmfzale of the Specify Ii ,
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l I'lENRYl1l. I'IOLl.AND . I . . c'HHlTlC,, I,
N Beta Tau Epsilon '
IL' 'UE dovft obry no ov'de1'.v mzleff lhey if 'if I
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Phi Phi Alpha 'i l
" I .fmrteci cu ci average kid,
I jivzifhzd as zz thinkin' 11g,a1z.,' l' l
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1M!LCll Ado About Nothing
"0 q-zzrrtz of quemtf! how far daft thou exfelg
No thought can think, nor tongue of mortal
-Low? Laboufi Loft
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- - That made one think of court: and king:
' ' -The Rhyme of Sir Cfiriytophev'
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CHARLES EDYVARD LEMEN
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A JEAN CONSTANCE KINGAN . A "Connie
" Tully war not 50 eloquent ru thou."
Childs H arolci
VVOODBURN K. LAMB . . ' "Woocly"
H.7VIL'71d him who ming the Zcidief call him,
Labour J Lori
" The more I hate, the more he followf me."
-A7 .Mirl.fumme1' N ight'.v Dreziim
4' Thou weft not Jeiitfov' slumber!" '
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GORDON MACDONfXLD . . "Mac" l , y . 1.
A Zeta Sigma 3 N 3'
"A Scotelzmaizjrom pride aizzifrovn prejudice I i
free, , p - 1
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-Retaliation 1 K3
'tl know not by what power 1 am mode bolcif,
-A MidJ'll'l71"I7ZK7' N ightfr Dream
" Now liifgheree eyef with J'parleli1zgfil1'y glow,
Now sigh: Jteal out, and tear: begin to jiowfl
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lilENNIiTI4I BURNEL1, Moomz . . "Keanu
"Hi.r vows are lightly fpoleeii. "
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CARL'roN NEELAND . . '4Carl"
alle wears hiy faith but ax the fashion of hi:
' hazy it ever change: with the next block."
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.llf 553 Ih . Kappa Iota
.LINE ii " She was a zfixen when :he went to Jchoolg
'fp' -,i5ll-Qgwwglle And though fhe be but little, fhe 'if fiercef'
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Wit. "There'J little of the melancholy element in
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'JM' M' The idle Jingerrof an empty day."'
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if Lf? f3'fgiff'f1l-If We he talk: about jzutice and rightf'
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QD e e ALMA COLLEGE i
Cu1.BER'rsoN W. Ross . "Big Bertha" 11511
" To whom all tonguer and land: were known, 1'1
find yet ez lover of hix own? - 1 '11
-The W ayfide Inn '1 1111
A. DEVERE RUEGSEGGER . . "Duke"
Zeta Sigma 1
Joke Editor 1
"Looked with the eye of love through the golden 1
vapour around him."
I-Imuu' W. SEGER, H
Beta Tau Epsilon I 1
" W zth no reeuovz on earth to go out of his way,
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SOPHOMORWE CHRONICLES 12
Then came the Freshmen from home, even the whole gang, into the town of
Alma in the ninth monthg and the men abode in Pioneer and the women in thc
hall of CVVjRight.
And there was a war to be ragedg and they gathered themselves together
against the heathen tribe called Sophomores and hid away. And the Freshmen
battled with the Sophs and died saying: .
YVould that we had won against our enemies before this crowd.
And why have ye brought up this gang of Freshmen into this hole that we
and our friends should die here? l
Andwherefore have ye made us so many rules to obey in this evil place? It
is no place of play, or of joy, or of freedomg neither is there any water to drink.
And the Freshmen went from their homes into the abode of the faculty and
they fell upon their facesg and the blessing of the faculty appeared upon themg
and they spake unto the coach saying:
Take these men and gather thou them together, thou and Rathsburg, thy
helper, and use them as thou scest fitg and they shall be good fightersg and thou .
shalt use them on all thy teams. And so did the coach as it was told him.
And Professor Ewer took also the advice from before ,the faculty, as it was
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And the Freshmen lifted up their voices and cried, "NOV, and the water flowed
on abundantly and the Freshmen were not pulled in.
And the President spake unto them: "Because ye obeyed the rules, to keep
thyselves from being paddled, therefore ye shall in due time be Sophomores and
shall lead new bands into the paths pointed out to them."
And the new Sophs sent-messengers unto the new Frosh:"'Thou knowest the
things that we do. How We shall set up a flag and ye shall test thy skillg and the
Freshmen came forth and were defeated.
These things being done, many others still the Sophomores 'didg and behold
they are in Alina the chosen class.
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STATION 1928 BROADCASTING
College life and college traditions are not complete without the
Freshmeng for new material must be added for the professors to try
to educate, someone must receive the vituperation of the upper-
classmen, and newcomers are the only buyers of "chapel ticketsn.
Therefore, if the reputations and customs of Alma College are to be
maintained, good material Csuch as is present in the class of 1928,
Upholding the current opinion, ,we lost the "flag rush", not be-
cause we did not iight hard, but for the reason that too fcw of us
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Sophomores and oflieials in a football game, and trimmed their wicks
properly in basketball. We were represented on the varsity football,
basketball, track and debate teams, and also won both oratorieal con-
We are proud to be called the "best behaved bunch of Froshu,
not that we are unduly meek, but because we know what a Senior
means when he shows us our place with a downward pointed finger.
We live to learn, and hope that the Student Body will only remem-
ber the time when they were Freshmen.
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THE STUDENT COUNCIL
In glancing back over the record of Student Councils, several changes were
noted. One of these changes is in the membership, which at present consists
of fifteen members. The four class presidents are ex-officio members. Acting
with these are four more representatives from the Senior Class, three from the
Junior Class, two from the Sophomore Class, and one from the Freshman Class.
The faculty sends one representative who advises the Council and brings messages
and suggestions from the faculty.
Another very important change that has occurred in the Council is its financial
control over various campus organizations, including, Athletic Board of Control,
WVeekly Almanian, Gratory and Debate, Y. NI. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. 'I-Iereto-
fore, these organizations have met and controlled- their affairs alone. As was stated
last year, these boards or organizations have a different personnel at each meeting.
Consequently members were not well informed concerning the matters contracted
before or the financial conditions of the school activity fund.
From now on, a member is appointed from the Student Council to act with
these boards to help direct the budgets. All bills are now passed by the Student
Council before they can be paid. In this way there is an accounting for all bills
and money spent.
Last year the students voted to set aside a part of the Student Activity Fee
for entertainments. This fall the Council, acting with the faculty, drew up a
program of entertainments, consisting of lectures, musicals and plays. ' The
program consisted of eight numbers, some of which are still to be given. Although
this program has been criticized severely by students, the Council hopes to profit
by its mistakes and secure a better or more satisfactory program next year.
The old, undying question of enforcing campus rules has come up repeatedly
this last year. Campus rules and traditions have to be enforced-but how-
that was the- greatest difficulty. Paddling seemed inadvisable until the Marshal
found that most all colleges our size and larger use the same method of punish-
ment and often in a more extreme sense of the word. However, the Council de-
cided that punishment would not be confined to paddling only. If he cares to,
the law-breaker may do a required amount of work on the campus instead of
taking the "Royal Order of Forty-five Degrees."
The Student Body should feel that the Council is coming to the front and
improving into a more efficient body. These few Changes have been helped a
great deal, but there is still a great deal of room for improvement.
The present oH'icers and members are:
. SINCLAIR TEBO . . . . . Pre.rident
NIARGARET MORRISON Vice-Prericlent
IETHELYN ADAMS . . Secretary
JOHN APSEY . . . . Trearurer
Ross. CALKINS . . . . llflarslml
PROFESSOR ROY W. HAMILTON . . Faculty fildmrm-
ELNO D. McGLoNE
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THE WRIGHT HALL SENATE
ln March, 1922,'the women of XVright Hall organized to test their ability for
self-government. Clauses from constitutions for self-government in Various East-
ern schools, being found applicable to the needs of Alm,a's campus, were used as
a basis for the constitution of the VVright Hall Senate. The organization which
was thus founded is adequate and efficient. Every class elects one representa-
tive from each society. Nominations for President come from the girls as a group.
The Senate then elects the President from these nominations. It also elects the
The purpose of the Senate is to eo-operate with the Dean of Womeii in pro-
moting high standards of honor and integrity in matters of personal conduct,
and to maintain order and discipline among the women of Wright Hall,
The work of the Senate this year has not been spectacular, but many questions
of discipline have arisen which have been justly and satisfactorily settled. Its
benefits increase as the organization grows older and the girls accept more re-
sponsibility for the standards and traditions of Wright Hall.
Through its work the Senate has created ar better understanding between the
NVrigh,t Hall women and the Dean than would otherwise be possible, which is
one ofits greatest accomplishments.
The 'officers of theepast year were:
. . Prerident
LORETA NEELY . .
Those newly elected for the year 1925-26 are:
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ESTIIER OLDT .
EL1zA1sE'rr-r JENKINS .
ELMA BISHOP .
-DOROTHY M. DOUDNA. '
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Y. M. C. A.
The Alma College Y. NI. C. A. during the past year has become a part of the
state organization. Under the skillful and painstaking direction of the new State
student Secretary, Roy McColluch, a splendid state-wide program has been
launched which will unite all the college associations in Michigan. This has been
the first year of this program and already results are apparent, and the future
for next year looks even brighter. Through this organization many prominent
speakers have been made available. Among these were George Collins, Frank
W. Libby, Gilbert Lovell, and others of 110410. These addressed the student body
on world problems and discussed them later in open forums. A series of talks on
China, treating this country from social, economic, political, and religious angles,
was given by Professor Clack and was well attended by the students. '
The annual Opening Reception, the Stag Pajama Parade, an All-College
Hallowe'en Party, the Stag "Bathrobe Paradev, and several receptions in Wright
Hall after basketball games were well attended.
Facing a large financial delicit at the beginning ofthe year, the "Y" has man-
aged to get on its feet in this respect also.
At the joint banquet of the retiring and the incoming Cabinets of the Y. M.
and Y. W., held April 16th, "The Task" of "Carrying On" was handed over by
the retiring OHIICCFS to the new ones. With the Spirit ever helping them in their
attempts, there is no doubt that next year the Y. M. C. A. will be enabled to reach
the student life and be of more service on the campus.
The retiring and incoming officers are as follows:
. . Prerident . LEONARD ANDREWS
. . Vice-Preridenz . . C. E. LEMEN
Secretary . EDWIN MCIQINNON
. Treaxurer . EDWIN CREASER
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Under the capable leadership of LoReta Neely, its president, the Y. W. C.. A.
this year has been very successful. During the summer two delegates, LOReta
Neely and lvlargaret Morrison, WC1'1t to the Y. VV. C. A. conference at Lake Geneva.
The hrst week of school in the fall is known as Y. W. week, every member making
it her aim to get acquainted with the Freshmen women, and several social func-
tions were planned for that purpose. The cabinet chose for its motto this year,
"A broader life for everyone on the campusw. The Y. NI. and Y. VV. Cabinets
united in giving the opening reception, the Halloweien party, the Christmas tree
i and Hnally the banquet for the incoming cabinets.
Q ' The officers are: '
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LOlRETA NEELY' . Prefidem . RUTH ALLEN
NIARJORIIB IJUNTON . Vice-Pravident . . DOROTHY LEE
BERTIIA WOODHURST ' Serv-etary CONSTANCE ZKINGAN Y
HELEN COURTAIJE . T1'ea.fIu'e1' . DOROTHY LANDWEHR I
ESTI-IER OI,IJ'I' ALLQA GILBERT
IVIARGARET MORRISON . Social . ELIZABETH JENKINS 1
AIJMA GILBERT . . Social Serzfice Q . ELMA BISHOP '
CATIIRYN LEE . Home . ALICE GIES
JUNE LEWIS . Program BERTHA WOODI-IUIlST
BEULA1-I YVATSON . . Ponder . . NIAXRJORIE KUNZE
VICTORIA BAIINA . World Fellowxhip - . LOUISE WATROUS
IQUTI-I AI.I..I5N . . Gemfva - . . . LUCILLE WVOLFE
lVllLDRED NICIIOLAS Publicity . GERTRUDE BURCH
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THE WEEKLY ALMANIAN
Under the editorship of Doc. Paul D. Gesner the Almanian has almost com-
pleted a very successful season. Doc has tried to remember that the Almanian
is the outlet for college opinion and has conducted the paper accordingly. In a
very fair-minded way he has freely published faculty as well as student opinion
and has only refused to put in print matter which he believed injurious to the
feelings and sense of justice of either party. In addition to regular issues he has
published several "specials", e. g., a farm edition, a basketball edition, a week
of prayer edition, and a co-ed edition. Other special editions are in prospect.
Doc. possesses the important requirement of being able to Work harmoniously
with his staff. Wliile he does a large share of the work, he always accepts readily
suggestions from his subordinates. .
No small share of the Almanian's success is due to Cecil MacDonald, the
business manager. This has been one of the hardest years in the history of the
college to coax ads out of the financially straitened Alma business men, but "Cec"
has, by his oratorical powers or by other means, parted enough of them from their
money to keep the Almanian's head above Water. '
ALMA cottsct as A
LESLIE Or.n'r Rum EDMONDS
In the lield of oratory Alma was represented by two Freshmen. In the local
contests held in the chapel in january, first place in the wornen's contest was won
by'Miss Ruth Edmonds for her oration, "The Price of Prejudice". lVIiss Ed-
monds made a plea for broadmindedness as a cure for the present race problem.
Miss Esther Oldt was a very close second in the women's contest. Mr. Leslie
Oldt was awarded hrst place in the men's contest for his oration "The Power of
a Free Press". Mr. Oldt departed from the usual oratorical lines and presented
the more intimate problem of the daily newspaper and its influence. Mr. 'Wilmer
Patton won second place.
March the sixth, the orators competed with representatives of other colleges
of the state in the annual contest of the Michigan Oratorical League at Kala-
mazoo. Mrj Oldt was given fourth place in the rnen's contest and Nliss Edmonds
was given sixth in the wornen's, First place in the, men's contest was given to
Albion College, while honors in the women's contest went to Hope College.
The places won by the Alma orators were the usual places taken by represent-
ativcs from this college. Alma has yet to see an orator compete in the Iirst or
second year of college and continue the rest of his or her college career. It cannot
be expected that Freshmen or inexperienced speakers can place very high against
the highly trained orators of the M. O. L. Honors will come only after several
years of constant work. It is to be hoped that Miss Edmonds and Mr. Oldt will
continue to take active interest in oratory at Alma. Then We may confidently
expect higher honors for our school. '
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Alma was represented in debate this year by inexperienced teams. Of last
year's debaters four were lost by graduation and a fifth member failed to return
to school. This left us with Harris as the only man with any previous training
in college debating. A group of about fifteen tried for places on the teams in the
fall. The teams chosen were: Aflirmative, Cecil MacDonald, Captain, Clifford
Fildey, Sinclair Tebo, and Carroll Clark, Alternate. The Negative team was made
up of Ronald Harris, Captaing Leslie Turner, Carl Wfood, and Elno McGlone,
The question debated was: "Resolved, that Congress should be empowered
to override, by a two-thirds vote, decisions of the Supreme Court declaring acts
of Congress unconstitutionalf, The teams, coached by lVlr. Sharrar, drilled on
the question, emphasizing the present position of the Constitution concerning
progressive legislation and the governmental consequences of the adoption of the
proposed plan. ,
February the thirteenth, the Aflirmative team debated Michigan State Normal
on the home platform, losing by a two to one decision. The Negative team jour-
neyed to Albion where it lost by the same decision. The twenty-seventh. of Feb-
ruary the Negative team lost to Hope on the Alma platform, again by a two to
one vote, while the Affirmative team lost at Olivet by a unanimous decision.
Wihile this record cannot be called satisfactory, it must be remembered that
all of the teams encountered were composed mostly of experienced debaters and
it is little to be wondered that an edge was to be shown in their favor. In the
number of points earned Alma equaled three other colleges in the Nlichigan De-
Two letter men and an alternate will be lost this year by graduation. This
leaves four experienced debaters and an alternate around which next year's de-
bating work will center. 'With coaching equal to that which the teams had this
year from Nlr. Sharrar, Alma's record next year should place her among the leaders
of the League. ,
ALMA COl,LEG1?e been to
LEE M. SHARRAR
SINCLAIR TREO CLIFFORD FILDEY
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The fifteenth annual tour of the hflerfs Cvlee- Club was a success. A successful trip means a success-
ful season, for the annual tour is the club's chief activity for the season.
The itinerary this spring took the club into the southern part of the state, a hitherto unconquered
lield for an Alma College Glee Club. Beside the experience of singing before critical and appreciative
audiences in the cities visited, the club received several novel entertainments. They were Featured
with Weber and Fields on a bill at the Boulevard Shrine Club of Detroit, broadcasted from the Book-
Cadillacllotelgwere featured by the Rotary Club of Flint on their annual Gala Day both in the parade
and at a luncheon, furnished music for the Sunday evening service and gave the feature concert of
Dedication week at the First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak. The Following towns were visited:
Saginaw, Detroit, Flint, Pontiac, Milan, Albion, Royal Oak, Farmington and Northvillc. The home
concert was given to an excellent audience, and at the present writing was expecting several other
engagements. . '
The oflicers of the club were: Professor W. Ewer, director, Howard West, prcsidentg liilliott
Crooks, manager, and Carroll Clark, accompanist. -lEr.1,io'r'r Cnooxs.
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Although the "Cantando Club" has had some difficulty in establishing its
new name, chosen to supersede the "Girls, Glee Club", we believe that it is now
definitely a part of the Alma College vocabulary. From the first the girls have
worked conscientiously and the year has been almost entirely free of discord-
in one way as well as another. The Club has been able this year to realize one
of its fondest dreams-to take a concert tour through Northern Michigan. Due
to the untiring efforts of the business manager, the club was able to start out on
the morning of April 19, for one of the most enjoyable experiences it could possibly
hope for. Chaperoned by Mlle. Marie Louise Boissot and Professor J. W. Evver,
director of the Glee Club, the girls received the heartiest Welcome from the towns
in .their itiI1erary,and the townspeople in turn report themselves very favorably
impressed by the work of the chorus, sextette and various soloists. It was with
regret that the members realized on their return from the trip that their Glee
Club work was about over for this year. Too much praise cannot be given Professor
Ewer for his untiring work, both with the chorus and sextette, and to the officers
who did so much to make co-operation possible and effective. The officers of the
club are: Beatrice Cottle, President, Elizabeth VVilliams, Business Nlanagerg
Kathryn Joiner, Assistant Business Nfanagerg Dorothy Doudna, Secretary and
Treasurer. l '
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PROFESSOR Ewen .... . . Dirvrlor
Ei.LIo'r Ckoorcs . Drum Major
KENNETI-I WOLFE . . . Prvside-nz
Ross CALKINS . . . . l31ui1zexJ'1W11nagfr
I'lOVVARD WEST . . ..... Trmrurer
Cornrt Clarinet Saxaplzom' Trombonc
LIEICHTY XNOLFE Runcsisociau XlVES'l'
BOYD ERSKINE COLE SEGE11
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LIKEN DOUDNA Scimnrrxclt
Baritone Ban' Dru.-mx
CALK1Ns BAKER Gesiznia
NICKELS Mussox Fimsev.
As the Alma College Band was organized in the school year of '22-'23, it- was
a very loose organization and produced music which corresponded somewhat
to the organization. - However, under the able Director, Professor Ewer, the
band developed into one of the most prominent campus organizations.
On December 16, the band journeyed to Saginaw accompanied by the quartet
from the Men's Glee Club, and acquitted themselves quite nobly for the Exchange
Club Banquet which was held in the Auditorium.
Practically all that has been accomplished has been due to the perseverance
and ability possessed by the Director. Without him the Band would have been
a failure, so it is with the best of feelings that the Band of ,24-,ZS bids good-bye
to its Director and Leader.
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S. TEBO H WEs'r H. NTCNAUGHTON B. ARMSTRONG
B. BOUYVMAN A. CARTY R. CATHERMAN P. GESNEIL
E. M ERRIAM F Sr-mvrzn K. 'l'A1u1AN'r R. Wxucm'
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C. CLARK j. DAWVSON C. NIURRAY R. Ruccuzs
A. VV1311. L Cnooics R. .l'lOGAN A MANIGO1.D
. R. ALLEN P. BOUTAN R. Fnmsmx B IQNOVVLES
F. GARDNEIL E A"ICiKINNON C. Scnisrrmz R. RICE
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Zeta Sigma, the oldest society on the campus, had in '
the year IQZS, one of the most successful seasons in the
history of the society. Her men were well represented
on the athletic teams of the college with a very good
representation in all other campus activities. Under
the leadership of McNaughton, Tebo, and Rrlerriam as
Presidents, the society prospered and many new men
were initiated. The Co-Ed Banquet was the most success-
ful in many years, there being a large number of alumni
back. The Stag Banquet was also a huge success from
the standpoint of men returned, this event being the
climax. of a very successful year.
--K. B. NIOORE.
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develope well b1l'1need llteralx men Ill the 'xtmobpherc of
brollxerlv l1elpIulneC.s lhe nun ue taught the worth of
C00l7C,l'd1l0Il und 'ue urged to follow the lC'l.Clllllf,S of the
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Phi fcllowslnp IS IOQICILCI bx mp1 up the rn er treats,
putxcs 'lncl l7lIlLlllC.lh The men hue luuncd the lesson
of dcnng, llllflgi well bs puttxng. the same mn into thur
work as into thelr plax lhen swf, banquets are the scene
of much IIICIIIIIICDI whllc then Lincoln Bflnquus 1rc the
envy of the school lfn lllllxlllf. then LIICICZIXOIS tlnw
closclx together, the men of Pln Phu Alplvl h'1xe foxmed
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CECIL NIACDONALD .
Beta Tau Epsilon has made giant strides this year as regards membership.
The number of members in the society at the beginning of the year has almost
doubled. These members are for the most part people who are working conscienl
tiously for tlIe honor of the college as Well as for that of the society. Beta Tau
Epsilon is proud ofthe fact that the members manage to 'live on the most amicable
terms with the other men on the campus, both society and non-society. It is the
constant policy of the-society administration to continue such friendly relations.
ALPHA THETA LITERARY SOCIETY
Organizer! in 1890 , E
BISATRICE COTTLE DOROTIIY BRADLEY NIARGUERITE BROWN
' ANN LYONS DOROTHY ALLEN MARJORIE VVATKINS
FLORENCE LEIOHTON ELIZABETH JENKINS DOROTHEJX YOUNG
VIRGINIA 'TREMAINE KATHRINE JENKINS HELLEN SHARRAR
T:IILDIEGARDE FINCH RUTH HAMILTON ETHEL WVEST -
AUGUSTA STURTRIDGE SOLANGE BOISSOT ELMA BISHOP
ELIZAEETI-I VVILl'.IA1VlS TQATHERINE JOINER ELIZABETH BROOKS
MARJORIE lDUNTON BEULA WATSON LAURA HURST
Another successful year for Alpha Theta is drawing to a close. The annual
hay-ride began the social activities of the society, followed closely by teas, a
l bridge party at Dorothy AlleI1's, the combined party of Alpha Theta and Kappa
i Iota, and the play, Dickens' "Cricket on the Hearth". hflrs. Ewing, Alpha'
l Th.eta's patroness, entertained the society at her home with a party that was long
l to be remembered. Alpha Theta will close the year by the realization of the annual
T banquet which the committee assures us will be "bigger and better than evern.
I - The first semester, the society studied the operas and their composers. The
I 5 last semester was devoted to a "Trip Around the VVorld" which was a study of
the arts and artists of different countries.
This year the society will lose an unusually large number of girls through
graduation who will leave behind a set of ideals in study and conduct which typify
the true Alpha Theta girl. .
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KAPPA IOTA LITERARY SOCIETY
DOROTHY LEE ,
XLIO LET SCHWIN IQ
The Kappa Iota Literary Society was Organized in 1921, uudcr the direction
of the late Dean Elizabeth M. Roberts in co-operation with our Senior girls. These
girls have made and watched Kappa Iota grow, always keeping in mind its purpose:
to promote higher ideals aIId to further tlIe literary' and social activities of Alma
College. Each girl is loyal to her society and to the other girls in Kappa Iota.
Nothing could take the place of the "Sacred Name" of Kappa Iota in our college
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PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY
CHRISTINE IDECKER JENNIE GILBERT 'VERA ROUSH
ZADA DOERR ALBERTA GOBEL NEVA STINCHCOMB
EDITH DO'I'Y A HELEN MCDOUGAL HELEN BENsON
RUTII IQING ESTHER OLDT GERTRUDE BURCH ,
JUI YING KWONG ETIIELYN ADAMS BONNIE CAMERON
L lVlI1,DRED NICPIOLAS EMMA ARDIS - ELEANOR IQUEHL
I RIIIEA JOY STINSON ERMA BURGIS MILDRED MCCORNIICK
CLARISSA VREELAND ELEANOR ENGLISH ALICE OLSON '
DOROTHY DOUDNA ALMA GILBERT MARY SHROYER
Since organization in IQOQ, Philomathean has upheld the high scholarship,
deep friendship, and love and loyalty to Alma College. 3
This year has been very successful in both literary and social life, and we feel l
that our new friendships formed and old Ones renewed, and Our accomplishments
together have been quite Worth while. The purpose of Philomathean is to make
well-rounded, fruitful personalities of her members, and so We look forward to
a greater 'future in which we shall have profited by our mistakes and experiences,
and improved our Opportunities. I .
-ESTHER OLDT. '
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The IQ24 football squadwhich assumed the responsibility of upholding the
record of the 1923 Champions was indeed an impressive machine. Led by Captain
Gordon lVIacDonald, all M. I. A. A. fullback for two years, and coached by Royal
Campbell, the prospects for repeating the 1923 performance were considered
bright. The injury that beset ex-Captain VVright in the Hillsdale game and the
injury to Captain-elect Anderson, the next Saturday in the Albion fray were
factors which had not been taken into consideration. The loss of these two stars
was the big reason for the two association defeats.
On November 4, Alma lost to Hillsdale by the lowest possible margin, 7-6.
The failure to kick goal after the touchdown was responsible for the loss of that
gruelling struggle. The Alma team entered the Albion game the next Saturday
without the services of Wright, but determined to stop the lyfethodist gridders.
Then came the injury to Anderson and the Albion game was lost, 3-o. The team
was greatly weakened by the loss of these two stars but by showing the Alma
fight in the Kazoo game they managed to come out on the long end of a 20-o
YVhen the All hd. I. A. A. team was announced Captain Gordon NfacDonald
was found in his old position as fullback. Captain-elect Percy Anderson was the
coaches' choice for a tackle berth.
Alma has tasted of the fruits of a football championship and she will not be
content until the lVIaroon and Cream smashes through for another one. Perhaps
there is no other single factor that will do as much for Alma as a football cham-
pionship and we want it in 1925. Captain Anderson has a wonderful squad to
lead during the coming campaign and the highest hopes for his success are held
by every student on the campus.
Q -J. I-I. NISBET,
fliditors Note-W'hen the football pictures were to be mounted it was found
that several pictures were lacking, the plates having been broken bythe photo-
grapher. The Athletics Editorvreceived pictures from the players themselves.
It wasnot discovered until it was too late that We had no picture of.Gilbert Davis.
Davis received his "A" for playing guard on the I924 team. 'We regret very
much that we were unable to place his picture with the other football "A" men.j
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'UNIVERSITY or D1E'FIlOl'F AT DETROIT . SEPTEMBER 27
In putting over two touchdowns in the fourth quarter on the heavy U. of D.
team the Alma gridders accomplished a real feat. A few weeks later the Catholics
held the powerful West Point eleven to a 20-o score. This indicates the power
that the Detroit footballers possessed. Alma should have won 'the game but
for an infortnnate break in -the first quarter. Captain lVIacDonald had carried
the ball to the U. of D. seven yard line when he was tackled so hard that he fumbled
and Detroit recovered. In the fourth period Almais passing attack had the Detroit
crew completely baffled. Russ Catherman on the heaving end of the passing
combination stood out. After putting over. two touchdowns in six minutes the
U. of D. squad tightened and by using the well known stalling methods kept
the ball out of danger until the end of the game. Alma was forced to accept the
short end ofa IQ-I3 soore but they clearly demonstrated to the Detroit assemblage
that they knew football and were not afraid to play the game even though the
odds. were against them.
VVESTERN STATE NOIKNIAI. AT IQALAMAZOO ' OCTOBER 4
Playing under a hot sun and still suffering from the effects of the U. of D.
battle, the men of Campbell were beaten by Coach Martineau's men, 7-o. There
is no denying the fact that the Alma warriors were decidedly off form in this game.
The Normal scored its lone touchdown in the third quarter of the game when the
ball rolled free near the Alma goal and Captain Johnson of the Western' aggrega-
tion grabbed the pigskin and crossed the line a few yards away. '
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Captain lVIacDonald scored all the points for the Campbellites
ropkick from the 4.0 yard line and going over for a touchdown.
e but it was outcharged by the lighter Alma line on every play.
ionship hopes Olivetrnay have had before this engagement
ttered by the powerful oliiense of the Presbyterian gridclers.
ssing attack to good advantage and had very little difficulty
Olivet combination. The 38-3 victory gladdened the hearts
s for it clearly showed that the 1924 wrecking crew was func-
he work of Couture and Shaver was of a high calibre.
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I'IlLLSDA,LE AT ALMA ' 1 NOVEMBER I
The game that decided the Nl. 1. A. A. football championship was a hectic
affair from start to Hnish. Although Hillsdale won 7-6, her touchdown as Well
as the Alma counter can be directly attributed to the terrific wind that ruled
Davis Field for the afternoon. The loss of Roger Wright in this battle marked
the ,passing of one of the greatest football players that ever Wore an Alma uniform.
VVith the score, 7-6, in favor of Hillsdale in the fourth quarter the Alma team
fought 'desperately for victory but the strong West wind was the victor in its
battle with Captain lVIacDonald's educated toe. .
ALBION AT ALMA NOVEMBER 8
'Albion came to Alma with the avowed purpose of wrecking our annual home-
coming day and to a certain extent we must admit they succeeded. "Andy"
Anderson, who had been one of the most consistent performers on the team,
dislocated his shoulder in this fray and Was lost to the team for the season. Taking
into consideration the loss of Anderson and YVright the Alma Clan was exceedingly
fortunate in holding the Albionites to the low 3-0 score. Burton and Chatman
featuredi for' Alma.
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KALAMAZOO AT .KALAMAZOO Novisrvrslm I5
Despite the fact that the Alma team had to be rebuilt for this game, the new
machine worked smoothly and the Maroon and Cream walked off the field with
a 20-o victory tucked away. Carty's sixty-five yard run and the brilliant Alma
aerial attack showed that despite the loss of two powerful offensive men the Alma
team still retained the old punch that is so necessary in a football aggregation.
CENTRAL STATE NORMAL AT MT. PLEASANT NOVEMBEIL 22
The I3-O victory which the Normalites gained over Alma does not measure
the comparative strength of the two teams with any degree of accuracy. Mt.
Pleasant took advantage of Alma's weakness in the line and were 'able to put
over two touchdowns although the last one was of the flukey variety. A bad
pass from center on the fourth clown gave the Normals the ball and it was pushed
over the goal from the one foot line in two downs.
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VVhen Coach Campbell issued the call for basketball men shortly after the
football season had closed, the I924 championship team reported intact with
the exception of Van Hee. It is needless to say that great things were expected
of this group of court stars. Captain "Red" Carty was again called upon to
lead the Maroon and Cream to another basketball championship, which he did
in a creditable manner. Red is the only Alma man to captain a championship
team two years in succession. ' '
The season was the most successful that the followers of Alma basketball
teams have ever witnessed. Alma went through the entire season without a defeat
in the M. I. A. A. Alma scored a total of 414 points to her opponents' 197. Out-
scoring their opponents by more than a two to one score is a feat which has never
been equalled in the history of Michigan Intercollegiate basketball. Captain
Carty also established a new high record for points scored in a game when he
shot fourteen baskets and two fouls for a total of thirty points in the Albion game.
The victory over Mt. Pleasant on lVIarch 13, marked the last appearance
of four Seniors who were members of the teamg Captain Carty, "Cuddy" Shaver,
Russ Catherman and Roger W'right. The famous "Four Horsemen" have gone
through four years of college basketball and each one has won four letters.
The Maroon and Cream scarcely let the other colleges of the state have a
look-in when the all M. I. A. A. team was chosen. Captain Carty was chosen
forward for the third time. He also captained the mythical team. Shaver was
again given the guard position which he held last year. Gordon MacDonald was
given the center berth. To complete the Alma triumph Captain-elect "Dutch"
Welhoelter and Nate Gealor were given honorable mention for the positions of
guard and forward.
At the Basketball Banquet held in honor of the Champs at lVright I-lall, the
members ofthe team elected Albert Welhoelter captain of the I926 cagers. 'C Dutch "
has played three years' of basketball at Alma and has been recognized as one of
the most dependable guards that Alma has ever had. His success with next year's
team seems assured when we consider the material that will be back to make up
the new squad.
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On the trip taken during Christmas va-
cation the team played six games. They won
four of the six encounters played although the
team was unable to practice between games.
The teams that Alma conquered on the trip
were: Hazen Cuyler's crack I. M. AA. team of
Flint, the Pontiac Oaklands of Pontiac, the
Detroit College of Law and the Flint Y. lvl.
C. A. They lost to the People's State Bank
team of Detroit and to the Metropolitan M.
E. Church team, also of Detroit. The hrst
Week after vacation the team again journeyed
to Detroit Where they trimmed the speedy De-
troit HY" team by a 42-23 score.
YPSI NORNIAL AT ALMA january 16
The M. 1. A. A. basketball season was op-
ened by handing the Ypsi teachers a neat 34-
18 beating. Displaying an offensive attack
that had the teachers stopped Alma had little
difficulty in winning the Hrst M. I. A. A. tilt
of the year.
4 ALBION AT A1.BION JANUARY zo
Alma kept up the high scoring habit by tak-
ing the Albion cagers into camp 49-20. The
Albion coach commenting on the game re-
marked that the team that couldstop "Red"
Carty would have to be a mighty clever com-
bination. The Methodists were outclassed
from the start of the game and never threat-
ened the lead that the Campbell men had
piled up. ,
UNIVERSITY or DETROIT AT DETROIT
Alma took sweet revenge for the football
defeat which it received during the football
season by winning a hard fought contest from
the U. of D. men 20-I7. The small gymnasium
handicapped the Work of the Alma cagexs to
certain extent but by displaying a brilliant defense during tlIe closing minutes of
the fray they were-able to add another victory to the credit of the Maroon and
ALMA COLLEGE T 9
OLIX7E'F AT CHARLOTTE JANUARY 30
Playing on the small iioor at Charlotte the
Nlaroou and Cream cagers annexed a 34-25
victory after a hot battle. Captain Carty
leading the offensive and Shaver playing his
usual defensive game were the outstanding
stars of the tilt.
I-l11.LsnAL1z AT I-IILLSDALE JANUARY 31
Alma advanced another step towards the
much coveted championship by taking the
Hillsclale court men into camp by a 39-I7
score. The Blue and White seemed somewhat
bewildered when they took the floor and the
game was soon cinched by the Presbyterians.
BXIICIIICAN STATE NORMAL AT XVPSILANTI
Alma again demonstrated to the satisfaction
of all concerned that her first victory over the
Normal was not a fluke by winning by prac-
tically the same score, 34-18. The entire team
gave a line display of basketball over the
ST. NIARY,S AT ORCI-ILXRD LAKE FEBRUARY 7
The night following the Ypsi game Alma
played the strong Orchard Lake quintet. A
tired Alma team was playing a fresh and ex-
ceptionally clevcr group of court stars. After
a hot battle for the evening's honors the Camp-
bell men were forced to yield 32-27.
CENTRAL STATE NORMRXL AT MT. PLEASANT
Perhaps the most gruelling battle of the
season was played at the Normal gym for the
purpose of determining the championship of
the Alma-Nlt. Pleasant League. Alma was
out i11 front at the half with a zo-I7 score. ,
The teachers started an offensive attack at the opening of the second half that
seemed to insure victory for Central but VVelhoelter and Gaelor were sent back
into the battle for the purpose of countering with 'an Alma drive. The drive
started and never stopped until the end of the game with the score reading 34-31
in favor of the Presbyterians. ' 3
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KALAMAZOO AT ALMA FEBRUARY I3
The march to achampionship was continued
with success in this rather uneven contest.
The Kazoo cagers were off form and took a
3I-9 beating. The Alma defense was so tight
during the second half that the Celery City
men could not shoot a single basket. '
HILLSDALE AT ALMA FEBRUARY zo
The early season defeat which Alma handed
the Baptists was again duplicated on the Alma
Hoor. The score at the end of the game was
43-24. Hillsdale did very little in the way of
caging baskets until the latter part of the
second half when Coach Campbell injected an
array of substitutes into the game.
KALAMAZOO AT KALAMAZOO FEBRUARY 27
Alma clinched the 1925 basketball cham-
pionship by winning from Kalamazoo College
39-16. The work of Vifelhoelter and Shaver
on defense was so tight that Kazoo was able to
make only one close shot all during the game.
ALBION AT ALMA MARCH 5
Oh what a slaughter! 63-24 tells the tale
of a terrible beating that the lVIaroon and
Cream administered to Coach Betchel's men.
Captain Carty broke all existing records for
points scored in a single game by caging I4
baskets and two fouls for a total of thirty
points. The Methodists used numerous sub-
stitutes in an effort to stop the onslaught but
'Campbell's tossers would I1O'C be denied the
right to drop the ball through the netted
CENTRAL STATE NORMAL AT ALMA
Central Normal appeared on the Alma court
with practically a new team due to the wholesale removal of several men from the
Central line-up. Wlmile the new team was not especially brilliant on the basketball
court, they certainly were artists in the art of stalling. They hoped to hold the
score down by playing with the ball as much as possible rather than letting it get
into the hands of one of the Alma Hashes. The final score was 31-20. This game
marked the last appearance of Captain Carty, Shaver, Catherman, and Wright
on the Alma court. '
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As soon as the Basketball Season was over and the Championship safely tucked
away the baseball men started Working out in the gym in preparation for another
championship this year. After Spring Vacation the squad took advantage of the
good weather and commenced operations on Davis Field.
The prospects for this year are such that every Alma fan will be greatly dis-
appointed if the NI. I. A. A. isn't completely vanquished. With Bert Bouwman,
the best college hurler in the state in the box and with a number of veterans to
back him up in the held and also with the stick, the taslc of winning the Baseball
Championship should not be very diflicult. Without doubt Ypsi Normal has
one of the best teams in the history of the school but already the Maroon and
Cream have demonstrated their superiority over the Teachers by handing them a
6-5 trimming on the Ypsi diamond. '
. Reserve material means much to a team, particularly in the box where things
dovnot always go as they should. Bouwman has several capable understudies in
MacDonald, R. Catherrnan and Beauchamp. In Carty Alma boasts one of the
best receivers in the Association, while Treadwfay is always ready to step behind
the plate if it is necessary. The infield is composed of Hunter at third, VVelhoelter
at short, Wright at second, and lVIacDonald at first. In the garden the left portion
is taken care of by H. Catherman, Shaver patrols the center, while Treadway
cavorts around the right field area. , '
Alma has succeeded in capturing two baseball championships in the last three
campaigns .and with a reasonable share of the breaks iirher favor should grab
another title this year.
-J. H. NISBET,
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Track prospects for this season are better than they have been during the past
two or three years.
Though there are only two varisty track men back, Bentley and Williams,
' there has been displayed a wealth of material among the new men. Doudna and
Anderson, both Sophomores, have shown exceptional form in the half-mile and
quarter-mile respectively. MacNIanus, a Freshman and winner of the Alma-
Hillsdalc cross-country event, is expected to show heels to the field on the distance
, For the different events the line-up is as follows:
l IOO yard-Ruggles, Chatman, Grant, Knowles, Holdship.
220 yard-Ruggles, Hawthorne, Ake, Knowles, Holdship. '
440 yard-Anderson, Bentley, Hawthorne, MacGregor, Tebo, Knowles, Daw-
Half-mile-Doudna, Baker, S. Fraser, Purdy.
lVlile-Williams, lVIacManus, Pratt, Tebo, Denice.
Two Mile-MacManus, Williams, Patton, Pratt.
22O.l'lL1I'CllCS1C21I'IY, Anderson, Gailor.
120 Hurdles-Bouwman, Gailor.
Broad Jump-Carty, W. Anderson, Manigold, MacGregor, Creaser, Chat-
High JLIIHP-BOUWITIZKII,lC,l1Z1tI'1'121fl, Creaser, Gailor.
Pole vault-Sartor, Bixby, MacGregor, Bentley.
Javelin-Cliatnian, Catherman, Dawson, Davis.
Discus-Catherman, Nowiski, Frazier, Reid, Davis, Manigold.
Shot-Chatman, Nowislci, Bouwman, Manigold. .
Relay-There seems to be considerable competition for positions on the relay
team and a strong team in this event is expected as a result.
At the annual field day held at Albion for the NI. I. A. A. schools, the following
men are going to make a strong bid for first place in their events:
Bentley ....... 440 yard dash
Chatman . . Javelin
Bouwman . . High Jump
lVIaclX4anus Two-mile Run
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THE FOUR HORSEMEN
Those of us who are attending Alma college today can scarcely appreciate
our institution's one time place in the athletics of the state. A victory used to
be as rare as a championship is now. Championship teams came along at inter-
vals of about ten years. .
And yet the class of 125 has not seen a year go by without at least one cham-
pionship. Since Coach Campbell has been with us he has pushed five Alma teams
to victory in the M. I. A. A. We owe the greater part of our enviable reputation
to- Coach. Still, folks wonder how Coach would have succeeded without his
famous "Four Horsemen".
"Russ" Catherman, ':Rog" Wright, "Cuddy" Shaver, and "Red" Carty
have been in on every mite of athletic glory for Alma for the last four years. Since
they were Freshmen these four men have played together on every athletic team.
They have carried off five championships, eight M. I. A. A. positions, and have
a season of baseball yet to go. W'right and Carty have each captained champion-
ship teams and have each been made a captain' of an M. I. A. A. team. Rockne's
four horsemen fade into the background when placed before records like these.
However long Alma may keep her present pace, we must always remember
that the old steam roller was oiled up, its inertia broken, and its impetus given
by Coach Campbell and the Four Horseman of 1921-25.
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This year has seen the development of a VVomen,s Athletic Association in
Alma College. In order to arouse a keener interest in athletics, the association
has established a system by which a girl who has won a certain number of points
is ent-itled to a monogram or letter. Contrary to the general opinion, the winning
of a letter means much time spent and a great deal of work on the part of the girl.
That a deeper interest in athletics has been aroused is very evident. Last
year Freshmen and Sophomore basketball teams were organized, this year not
only have We a Sophomore and- Freshman team, but also society teams and an
all-college team. Games have been played and enthusiasm has reached a high
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Baseball is next in order, and it is hoped that enough good immaterial will turn
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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS '
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BEULA WATSON Vice-Preridenz
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF
THE CLASS OF 1925
We, the class of 1925, being for the present in a reasonably sound state of mind,
though afflicted in body, do hereby give and bequeath the articles hereafter men-
tioned to the several and sundry persons like-wise mentioned. lVIay they use them
for the best benefits of themselves and posterity.
John William Apsey does hereby give and bequeath to any member of the
class of -1926 who may desire to possess it, the right to rehearse the wonders and
glories of the wild and .wicked Scotch racef Let them beware lest they retract
in the telling!
Victoria Bahna gives and bequeaths to Francis NIacDougall her alarm clock,
not in any sense as a necessity, but as a reward for his daily early-rising.
Robert Baker does give and bequeath his ability in Biblical subjects to Dr.
Charles Brokenshire. May he use his greatly increased knowledge for the in-
struction of less fortunate students. Catherine Louise Barstow does give and
bequeath to Leonard Andrews her ability to pound the ivories. VVe have felt
for some time that he needed it. Q
Frank Bentley gives and bequeaths his love for the fair sex to Don Campbell.
Bert Bouwman gives and bequeaths to whomever may claim them, the ruts
he has worn traversing Wright Avenue.
Collins Bradley, as a cold and impartial man of science, does give and bequeath
to I-larlie Catherman the right to move in as intellectual a society as that with
which he has surrounded himself. hflay Nlr. Catherman not use his usual grave
and professorial dignity in assuming Nir. Bradley's position.
Dwayne Burke does give and bequeath his grace in swiping to Ralph Nickels.
,Ross Calkins does give and bequeath to the most bold and enterprising male
member ofthe Class of 1926 a ladder to be used with the permission of Nliss Lanier
for the purposes too well known to need mention. .
Arthur Carty does give and bequeath his superfluous poetical ability to Miss
Wilson for a fund ofgrace to be expended on persons of-less genius than himself.
Russel Catherman does give and bequeath to f'Shorty" Hunter the reputa-
tion of being the only hen-pecked Senior in Alma College. May their tribe in-
crease! ' A
Beatrice Cottle gives her Upper Peninsular complexion to John Erskine.
Helen Courtade and Edith Doty give and bequeath their talkative and noisy
qualities to Harry Segar. lVlay heaven save those towards whom he directs these
Christine Decker and Zada Doerr give and bequeath their timeliness in reaching
classes to Mr. Sharrar.
lhlildegarde Finch and lVIary Gerow do give and bequeath their old slogan,
"Pat, donlt ring that belly, to any person in the Class of 1926 as prompt as they
have been. These last mentioned persons may try' the efficiency of the slogan on
the new clock system if they wish.
Dorothy Flanegin, bequeaths her friendly disposition'to Erma Burgess.
Gladys Fryxell and hflildred Nicholas bestow their mild and tactful conversa-
tional powers upon Nlary Parr. A
Harold Gay does give and bequeath his sympathy to Ronald Harris for difficul-
ties encountered in prying Maroon and 'Cream pictures out of the loving grasp
of Photographer Baker. . y
Paul Cvesner bestows his table etiquette upon Stanley Fraserf
Winifred Harrod leaves her mathematical and calculating abilities to Jack
Albin. He may use them in estimating the number of Professor Hamilton's
John Hilderly does give and bequeath the patience gained from rooming one
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year with "Red" Clark to all those requiring it for the coming twenty-five years.
Walter Kemler does bestow upon Freddy Bliss his well-known tendency to
doubt past, future, and generally the present. We warn Freddy not to shake
too severely the faith of his fellow-students with his increased pessimistic view-
point. . Q '
Ruth King bestows nothing. She has given so much faithful service along
scholastic lines and impetus toward better intellectual life that any smaller gift
would be cheap in comparison. i l
Jui Ying Kwong does give and bequeath her smiling good nature to Steve
Nisbet. Nlay he be unsparing in its use.l
Florence Leighton does bestow her dour and solemn nature upon Emma
Ardis. Heaven grant that the latter change all her frowns to smiles!
Ann Lyons and Virginia Tremaine, the Cheboygan twins, do give and bequeath
their spirit of companionship to that distant and formal pair, Elliot Crooks and
Ruth Richards. May they follow the example and cement a closer friendship.
Elno Duncan McGlone leaves his shrinking unobtrusive, and backward dis-
position to timid and modest Harold Fildey.
John Maurer does give and bequeath his famous laugh to Frank Prouty with
the recommendation that the letter exchange it for the bray of the first army-
mule he encounters.
Erwin Merriam bestows his bass voice upon President Crooks for use in his
numerous conferences and in announcing chapel hymns.
Margaret Morrison leaves one member of the nobility to the care of some
strong, capable person selected by the Student Council.
Willful Rebel Patton does give and bequeath to the ex-members of the La-
Follette Club the sole and exclusive right to appeal to and tender petitions to the
faculty and any other persons upon any subject that may suit their sweet will.
May their appeals have more effect than his have had.
Donald Pugsley leaves his Ford to Professor Cook to be used in place of the
famous bicycle in his daily transits to and from the office. A five per cent income
tax shall' be levied upon the students of the college to provide gasoline.
Frederick Shaver leaves his famous pair of elbows to the first Junior who shall
equal his foul record during this year's basketball season.
John Shroyer leaves his beautiful black hair to Dr. Randels.
Rhea Joy Stinson leaves her timidity and bashfulness to "Sheik" Couture
who stands woefully in need of these qualities. '
Augusta Sturtridge leaves the "come hither" glances of her eyes to Hope
YVinslow. May she use them with as much discretion as Gussie has done.
Sinclair Tebo does give and bequeath his argumentative abilities' to
Rev. Kinney and Nlelvin Orr. They may divide them share by share as they see
' Clarissa Vreeland leaves the squeak in her voice to Professor Clack.
Elizabeth Williams does give and bequeath her waiting place near Dr. Mac-
Curdy's class room,door to Dorothy Allen.
Harry Williams does give and bequeath his Chessy cat grin to Hop Anderson.
Howard West bestows his trombone upon Luis Nickels with the admonition
to keep it claen and in good order.
Vfinfred Percy VVilson bestows upon Keith Tarrant his right to talk on any
subject, to any person, in any place, at any time.
Carl VVood bestows his frequent lapses into silence upon Earl Closser.
Roger Wright does give and bequeath to the Athletic Association and to
Elwell friends the bruises sustained in four years of college life. V
Done before me, this seventh day of April, in the Year of Our Lord, 1925. Wit-
ness my hand and seal.
CSignedj VVILMER R. PATTON.
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A ISLVVC return to Alma. No, I didn't make any money this summer, did you?
I6-Registration continues. Nisbet wants to take twenty-one hours.
-First classes. Sophs call Frosh names.
-Frosh call Sophs names.
I9-FI'OSl1 besieged in Pioneer attic.
20-Sophs retain their flag. Y Reception. Pruyne gets most names on his card.
22-Rice registers at the Library. Is asked if heis a new student here.
23-Zeta Sigma smoker for new men. "We'll smoke if its kills us."
24-Neeland is behind in his studies.
25-Pajama parade. Harris takes Strand stage in badly assembled night attire.
26-YVomen stage gypsy exodus to jungle. Such manners as the boys showed at
J lVright Hall!
' 27-U. of D. 19, Alma 13. We attend via S20 Fords.
29-Phis give smoker. The Frosh have the habit now.
30-Dean Cooley speaks in Chapel. Glee clubs have first practice.
I-We have a choir. Catlferman takes front row.
2-NIT. and Nlrs. Faculty have spread in the jungle. YVhat do you mean, tender-
3-Green caps timidly visit YVright Hall.
-We lose to l1Vestern State by a single touchdown, 7-O.
-Beta Tau holds smoker for new men at Wriglit House. Patton is licked on
the third stogy.
7-LaFollette secures strength in Alma, McGlone fails to stop Republican bolt
to the progressives.
8-Stag party at Rev. Gelston's. Some of the boys regret having eaten dinner
Io-Alpha Theta Hay-Ride. None of the girls have to walk home.
II-NIclVIanus wins special cross-country run. .
14-Casualties result from rushing new students.
I6-Founders' Day. Front row of .choir remains in chapel.
I7-Six boys and girls enjoy moonlight ride. Could they only have foreseen!
1 I8-Ypsi falls 9-o. Kappa Iota holds track meet. Inez has the athletic ability
of her big brother.
zo-lVIcGlone conducts chapel. Front row of choir remains.
l 21-First debaters, meeting. Clark talks about Nlarbury vs. Nladison.
v ' 24-Philos help Dr. Randels with the chores.
i 25-Olivet succumbs 38-3. Professor Clack turns pugilist.
31-Hallowe'en party at gym. That Sharrar is an awful cut-up!
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I-We lose to Hillsdale, 7-6. VVe do win the cross-country.
3-Potatoes for dinner at Wright Hall.
4-Oatmeal for breakfast at Wright Hall.
6-Dr. Zelie speaks on Soviet Russia.
7-Date night at Wright Hall. Calkins, Harris, and Nisbet fail to be present.
8-Hsomecoming. VVe lose to Albion. Zeta Sigma Co-Ed. Phi Stag. Beta Tau
tag. A '
II-Reserves beat Nlt. Pleasant reserves 7-o.
I3-Professor Clack speaks at joint Y. VV. and Y. hi. meeting.
I4-M358 meeting for Kazoo game. 'We have the spirit with the championship
I5-We win from Kazoo zo-o. E
I6-Jo has gone home. Harlie turns monk.
19-Seniors hold business dinner. One Senior is reported not to be on a committee.
21-Many Alma lads make exodus to Mt. Pleasant dance. '
22-We lose to lVIt. Pleasant. Band Dance at the gym.
24-'FI'OSll defeat Sophs in rigorous grid tilt.
-Josef Conrad becomes a Biblical character.
-Classes close for Thanksgiving.
27-31-Thanksgiving armistice. Harris re-instated at the hall.
I-Classes begin again. Seems like we havenlt been home.
2-Mac and Andy climb on All Nl. I. A. A. team. A
3-Male Quartet invades Flint High School.
4-William Collins talks to economics class and to joint Y meeting.
5-Date night. The three burglars are still absent.
II-Dr. Zelie prejudice us against war.
I2-Kappa Iota stages Domino Frolic. A
-Senior Dance. Slight migration to Mt. Pleasant.
-Maroon and Cream Band revives Saginaw's spirits.
18-All-College Christmas party. Calk has been a bad boy and so does not ap-
pear for his presents. .
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Duke says his resolutions are all broken now..
Basketball team drubs Detroit Y 42-23.
-Football Banquet. Percy Anderson is the new captain.
-Ruth Edmonds wins women's oratorical contest.
-Leslie Oldt wins men's contest making Frosh triumph complete.
Call for pictures for the Nlaroon and Cream.
Ypsi drops to us 34-IS. lVe have a girls' orchestra.
McGlone is worrying over exams.
-Semester number one IS over.
-Rejoicing student body returns from between-semester vacation. "VVhen
do classes start?" -
-Nliss Landwehr's table has Dinty Moore spread, featuring corned beef and
-Farm Edition of Doc Gesner's Gazette. Three days late, but worth it.
-Seniors sponsor first informal dance in gym. -Successful-so this is Alma!
-Calkins reported to have attended church today.
-Fire of suspicious origin breaks out in Pioneer. Inmates open all doors and
windows, but to no avail. Tubby Sartor's Fire Fighters quench the flames.
Nlt. Pleasant bites the hardwood floor to the tune of 34-I I. Gesnefs Gazette
furnishes play by play report over telephone.
-Miss Thomas ofthe U. of lvl. library, speaks in chapel on "Books". Banana
Oil Club, Alpha Chapter, holds spread at Wright Hall. Nisbet crippled for
stealing a banana.
-We win from Kazoo. Old fashioned "Sing', at 'Wright Hall following game.
-Phi Phi Alpha gives annual Lincoln Banquet at St. Louisg dance at Elks'.
-It didn't SDQQW today. Well, 11013 very hard anyway.
Dr. Russell of New York conducts services in chapel this week. Dr. Fred-
ericks of Iowa, lectures on "The Mid-Western Literary Movement."
Nlrs. NlacCurdy lectures in chapel on the cavemen. '
-College bandits stage Y bathrobe parade. Business men held up and report
heavy losses. ,
-Nisbet gets a haircut. ,
-Nisbet has hard cold. Nevertheless goes with Liken to Elwell Dancing School.
-Al has date with Ann. r
-John has date with Flossie.
Kappa Iota-Philo basketeers clash on gym court.
Nlr. Sharrar goes to Bay City and misses classes, although they meet as usual
and carry on their discussion. Dutchmen from Hope down our debaters, 2-I.
-Three college students have pictures taken for the annual already.
Our Ilundnfd Four
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1 ' MARCH
A I-'B"I6lI'Cl1 tears in like the proverbial lion. ' .
V- 4-President Collidge inaugurated. Classes as usual. Senora de Palencia on l
lecture course. Alma Gilbert, Louise Watrous, Kathrine Jenkins, LoReta
x l Neely, and Ruth Hamilton make very bonita-lookin' senoreetas.
I 5-Sheik makes hit in Education debate.
l 6-Athletic Association stages party for Ulivetg we win, 48-22.
-W Calkins and Maurer work at beanery.
7-Kappa Iota a11d Alpha Theta hold formal party at Elks' Temple. .
JL- 1 S-Fine weather tonight. Nineteen couples sign up for church at Eastminster. I
all ' Io-Carty, Tebo, and Cole have their Spanish lesson today. IVIiss Landwehr I
bears it well. q
II-Coolidge inaugurated a week ago today. 2
' '.' I3-Jack Apsey swiped for all three meals today. I
,lg 14.-Girls hold Nlasquerade Party in Wright Hall. .
I7-"Peter Pan " on lecture course at Strand. Several try to work course tickets
on Sunday, but they get stinged bad.
IS-Chamber of Commerce entertains our M. I. A. A. Champs.
I9-Basketball Banquet at Hall. "Dutch,' is the new captain.
zo-Another Senior informal at the gym.
21-Philo-Phi masquerade at gym. Alma Gilbert takes the burries. ,Stan Fraser
wins the handsome crocheted soup-ladle. .
22-Begin last lap in race to Spring vacation. '
24.-Fresh bread at Alma College Co-operative Boarding Hall. No casualties.
Maybe they will try it again!
26-Several defy double cuts and leave for home.
27-Spring vacation and good weather, b'gosh. Cvlee Club invades southern part
of the state, and leaves northern wilds to Cantando Club. Broadcasts from
7-Back again, hoorayl Ah, now we can go to classes and study again.
9-Glec Club hoves into port. Neeland brings souvenir. V
II-College photographer hurries with lVIaroon and Cream pictures. l
25-31-Staff becomes profane. We l1ave decided not to put out any more annuals.
C Skaggs as as at L MA cotttet A
kj One Hfmdrecz' Seam B' i
Ike Cin the Europeanj-"Will you have a little shrimp?"
Dorothy-"'Why, Ike, my father hasn't seen you yetf,
How is it that the pretty girls get all t-he praise, and the clever girls get all'
Dick approached the counter at the fur department.
"I want a set of furs,', he said. "A present for a young lady."
"Any special kind, sir?" inquired the salesman.
"Well, not too expensive, that black and White set in the window."
"Old" said the salesman. '4You mean skunk."
The Maroon and Cream is informed from the hospital that the salesman will
be out in a couple of weeks.
Bud-"Why don't you ever go to church?"
Shorty-i'Well, the first time I went they threw water on me, the next time
they threw rice on me and the next time Ilm afraid they are going to throw dirt
on me." I
Ed says the boys at the Zeta Sigma house are all osteopaths because they are
forever rubbing it in.
"If girls were looked after properly at home they wouldn't be looked after on
the street," said a certain Alma spinster. "Do you follow me?"
VVoodburn-'III I ever did, it was altogether unintentional."
Roger Cbelow window with saxophonej-"Hey, Tiny, open the window or
I-Iogan Cat the Europeanj-"I say, Liken, the coffee is all out of my cup.
Can I soak my doughnut in yours?"
Virginia-"I've' been filing some of Hugh's old love letters."
Ann-"Do tell! I didn't know he was as rough as all that."
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One Hundred N ine
A Rouch regrets very much his participation in Pioneer Hall pugilistic affairs. l
He claims he can't Walk downtown with his hands in his pockets without being
arrested for carrying concealed Weapons.
Mr. lVIcGlone-'WVhy, son, that suit is three times too large for you."
Elno-"I know it, but they were all the same price."
.ludge-"When you turned that corner before' the smash-up why didn't you I
put out your hand?"
Johnson-"What do you take me for, an octopus?"
Sam-"Do you care for a little ice in your glass?"
Elliot-"No thanks. They spread disease."
Mary-"Steve, don't fold your napkin in this cafe."
Steve-HI-Iow else am I going to get it in my pocket?"
Hop-"I told Elma just what I thought of her after the danceff
Bill-"What did she have to say?"
Hop-"She said she kind of liked me too."
Apsey-"W'hat are you going to take next term?"
C. lVIacDonald-"Either the Pere Marquette or the Ann Arbor."
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IVIr. Sharrar-"Not another word. VVith some people you can go so far, and
Baker-uTut! Tut! I know three girls in this town with that same line."
Bentley-"Calla says he does11't really want to marry Helen, but that he's
doing it on her fathefs account."
Bubbles-"I always knew he,d marry for money."
Violet-"I haven't been to a show this week yet and it's Saturday night al-
Ken-"Then let's sta f in the hall and not break our recordf,
Jennie-'WVhy doesn't Hubert let you take the car oftener'?"
Dorothy-'CHe insists that I use the mirror to watch the road behind mef,
Stormy gent at European-"Say, it's been half an hour since I ordered that
Ostrander-"I'm sorry, sir, but you know how turtles are."
It is said that Erwin is so fastidious that he gargles Listerine before he calls
LoReta on the telephone.
R. 'Wright-"An old' tramp just asked me for a dime for a sandwich."
R. Catherman-"Did you give it to him?" A
R. lVright-"No, the old liar didnlt have any sandwiches."
Johnnie ate something that poisoned him."
"No, but he's pretty sick." -
I v just a mile'west of the Campus is where all the golfers sow
CROSSWORD PUZZLE FANS!!
What is a word with more than a hundred letters in it?
their wild oaths.
lvlany an Alma autoist has a Wonderful ride with a miss in his motor.
"Did you hear about Ann? She went out for a hike and fell
up the river."
"Didn't she have anyone with her?"
"No, she always let her conscience be her guide."
over a high bank
All the lights went out in the Strand. There was no sign of panic. But when
they suddenly came on again-.
Prof. Hzunilton--"What would a nation be Without women?"
Orr-' A stagnation, I guess."
The man sprang from the building tall,
He lived through the spring but he died in the fall.
-- ALMA COLLEGE
One H'un.d1-ed Thirtcerz
Few folks realize the tremendous amount of work involved in
putting out an annual. It would be utterly impossible for a staff to
edit and publish a year book without the kind assistance of many
people who are in no way connected with the class or staff. The
staff of the IQ25 NIAROON AND CREANI wishes to take this
opportunity to thank all those persons who have contributed their
aid in putting out this book. In particular we wish to thank Nlr.
Rodney Burgess for his help in securing our snaps, Romaine Hogan
for his drawings, Nliss Ruth Grierson for the assistance given us from
the office, Charles lviurray for his work on the mounting, and Wilmer
Patton, john Shroyer, and Elnol McGlone ofllast year's staff for
their aid and suggestions. 'Without the kindness of these people our
Work Would have been doubly dificult. U
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AL MA COLLEGE
Our advertisers are, without question, our benefactors. It is to
them more than to any other one group that we owe a large debt of
gratitude for having made possible this monument to the memory of
undergraduate days. Often Without profit and often with a definite
loss to themselves, they have year after year loyally supported us
in our endeavors. A
For this one season even though there were no more, we must
feel deeply obligated to approach them with good will and friend-
ship in our hearts, remembering always that they are ever ready to
serve and befriend us to the best of their ability.
It must always be our endeavor, through athletics and school
activities, to keep Alma, the town, in the place of prestige that we
as a group have won for her.
not s ALMA COLLEGl?-at to
Onv Humlrm' S'li.VfL'L'll
The only strictly standard oflice machine W
Comparison with Other Portables Invited
f A that is Portable
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MURPI-IY'S DRUG STORE
"Irish" Hogan, while on a visit to California, had just taken some spring
tonic which the Doctor had jJ1'CSCl'.lbCCi for him when an earthquake shook the
I ground. Setting down the bottle he remarked,
AAL "Shore now, I recall the bottle said 'Shake well hcforc Taking, but who'd a'
thougghtn thc medicine 'ud bc that stubborn about it."
THE IDEAL PLACE
Prices Reasonable Dance Floor Convenient
Service and Cuisine Excellent
THE PARK HOTEL AND SANITARIUM
JAMES R. STAFFORD
Qbee- are an MA. COLLECL A
One H 'll1ll1l'L'd Saw'-nlecn
The classroom Work of Ahnafiollege is not featured in
this book. The students do study, however, While in
college and they achieve after college. The facility is
made up of men and Women of high purpose and excellent
training in American and European colleges and universities.
A catalogue may be SGCLl1'SCl,fl'OI11
H. M. CRooKs, President, or JAMES E. BCIITCHELL, Dean
McGlo11e-"Now I suppose you will go and tell the Dean I insulted you."
W. Harrocl-"I will not-I never tell the Dean about my social affairs."
Dawson-"Give me a cent, Ed."
Ed-"I have no cent."
Dawson-" Well look in our hi Docket."
GRIMMS FAIRY TALES
"Students," said Prof, Hamilton, in chapel, "I have absolutely nothing to
say this morning." Then he sat down.
As Winnie concluded a piece on the piano-
"And just think, she has never had a lesson in her life."
"Isn't it sweet of her not to blame it on anyone else?"
AAALIVIA eottsen fe
HOT DOG V V HOT AND COLD LUNCHES
A CONEY ISLAND
WE ARE OPEN ALL THE TIME
OVIQRHEARD AT CRYSTAL LAKE
"Fd lIIliLl'I'y you :.uv'1'ite, only yer too clumhf'
'cYOl,lyl'C right, boy, you need a wife with lJl'Zl,ll1S enough for two."
Johnny Dawson-" Was that EL new girl you had out last night, Baby?"
Behy Mzmuigolcl-" Oh no, just the same old one-only painted over."
Cm't,y's motto-" Let the rest' of the world go buy."
Home Lumber 81 Fuel Co.
PHONE ONE NINE
AAAA A-A A ?-ALMA Co1,LEo13
One Ilurxriwd A-iIIEYL'c'Il,
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
"The College Church"
REV. XVILLIS GELs'roN REV. J. M. GnLs'roN, D.D.
Pastor Pastor at Eastminster Chapel
10 a. ln. Sunday School. 6 p. m. High School C. E.
11 a. In. Morning VVorship. 6:30 p. m. College C. E.
2:30 p. In. Junior C. E. X H ' 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship.
'lhursday 7:30 p. m. Prayer-meeting.
A Cordial Welcome is Extended to All
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Abe Cohen, whose ohice on the second lioor of the Citizen's Trust Company
Building is located just over the lJZL1lk,S vault, has this sign in his window:
ABE COHEN, Broker
Assets Over 5i53,000,000.
A man who goes to the devil for a woman will usually find one.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner State and Hastings Streets
Rev. William T. Roberts, Minister
Residence: 523 Woodworth Avenue Phone 847 Black
Baptist Students are especially invited to make this
their church home while in attendance at the college.
U REGULAR SERVICES
Sunday: Church School at 10 ai. m., Public Worship at ll a. m., Young Peoples
Meeting 6:30 p. In., Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Thursday: Social Worship 7:30 p. m.
One Hu1zr11'z'rZ Twenty
ALMA ICCLLEGE ld
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Capital SB100,000 00 Surplus S100,000 00
, First State Bank
"The Bank of Personal Service"
L111s'1'ER A. SHARP CARL H. WASHBURN
i President Cashier
"THE WORKSHOP OF QUALITY"
Courteous Service 4
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Parker Pens and Pencils . Ingersoll Pencils
Eaton, Crane and Pike Stationery
Connors Ice Cream
Opposite Strand Theater
lVlost flivver wrecks are due to tight nuts.
Sl1eik+"The nerve of that conductor. He glared at ine as if I hadn't paid
Dutch-"And what did you do?" '
Sheik-"I just glared back at him as if I had."
Love is what makes young men raise inustnches and old men out them oft.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
10 a. m.-Sunday School.
11 a. m.-Morning Prayer and sermon.
7 p. m.-Evening Prayer and sermon.
Holy Communion on the first Sunday in the month at eleven o'clock.
The students of the college are cordially in-
vited to attend all the services of the ehureh. 4
REV. JAM1-as M. Hon'1'oN, L.'l'l1.
p ALMA CGLLEGE
One I1'u1zd1'fd Tzumly-ifuo
DE LUXE CANDY COMPANY
For years the De Luxe has been the meeting
place of college men and Women for
Come as usual, and try our
HOT AND COLD LUNCHES
BOX CANDIES OF THE BEST GRADES
HOME MADE CANDY AND ICE CREAM
325 State Street
WOLVERINE DAIRY COMPANY
We Manufacture Wolverine Butter
Phone 196 V 703 Michigan Avenue
e A EALMA COLLEGE
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THE PRICE MEANS NOTHING
Until You Get the Thrill of Quality
Do not be too .easily persuaded to believe that we cmmoiz give you real style
and quality at our low prices. We are not a l.J21.l'gZL1I1 store, but arc big operators
doing business on a blg scale lu modern big city style.
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AND TOPCOATS
Town Famous Values at 322.50 to 3535.00
MARTIN STORES CORPORATION
A 41-STORE BUYING POWER
Alma Store Superior and Woodworth
Ken Moore says he has perforumd one of the giezrtiost miracles of tho year-he
Hllecl a flat tire with air over the phono,
McNaughtou says his girl and he stop on the from 7 till 9 and gas on the
stop from 9 till ll.
"Ne 'roos arorft the onl ouos who roll the bones " said the ostoo mth as he
wont to work on his , atielit.
Early to bod :md curly to rise,
And your girl goes out with other guys.
GRATIOT COUNTY OIL CO., INC.
Opposite the Alma Roller Mills
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One H mzrlred Twenty-four
W G of the
I Q DRUGS
4 3 STATIONERY
ALMA ELECTRIC .
. 2 35 "The Little Store
y i i A with L
4' BATTERY CO. The Big Service"
my Where A11 the Out of Season
Games are Played
Across from the City Hall
Furniture Dealer CQMPLIMENTS
Funeral Director of
L. N. BAKER
1 Day 369
G' V' WRIGHT Dry Goods and Groceries
the best city -
of its size in
Prompt Service Phone 61
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Om' Hundred Twnztygfivc px!
WALK-OVER SHOES EAGLE SHIRTS
J M BURKHEISER
College Mens' Wear
LoR.et-in Cshortly after becoming ei briclej-"Swcetliczirt, the grocrvry stores
were all closed today, and-"
y Erwin Charslilyj-"I suppose I clorftrget any cliimcrf'
Lolieta'-"No, my clarling, the confoctionziry was open, and live manila you
i some nourisliiug jelly bean soup."
LATEST RIDDLE HOT OFF THE GRIDDLE
Why is a city and a chorus girl alike?
y Answer-They are both built with outskirts.
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
Their Best Recommendation
-they make folks happy
"Say it with Flowers" L
D. KLEINHANS FLORAL COMPANY
i U Members of the Florist Telegraph Delivery Association
Local Store As near to Groexiliouses
323 Wooclworth Street You St. Louis, Mich.
- Phone 58 'ms your phone Phone 30 R2
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GOOD GO OD S
ALMA'S LARGEST GROCERY
DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED
the man who cares
G. J. MAIER
ALMA'S FOREMOST CLOTHIER
J, p, LQSEY CLEANING
To Alma College Students
' are the
We givc you the bc-si, service Ztggggng
on all kinds of repairilig. to
I . Success
Also the Best Iflqulppecl
119 Superior Street Alma AND TAILORS'
W A 'QAAA L MA COLLEGE A C
Om' I1'lHYflI'6'd Twfnty-M2'e1z
Dean Mitchell-"Say, isuft that caddy ai bit youugf'
Pills-"Tha,t's all 1-ight, Dean Mitchell. He's deaf!"
The other day Ed Lemon walked iifty miles in his sleep. We understand that
when he got back the Physics class was over,
Ray West-"Where were you last night?"
Roge W1'ight-"It's a lie."
EARL C. CLAPP
WINCHESTER CASH HARDWARE
Electrical Goods Washing Machines Stoves I Aluminum Ware
Paints Oils Fishing Tackle
SOlI1Cll'1l1lg on Special all the While
Courtesy and Fair Treatnient to All
A H' H- ALMA COLLECLH '
DR. ARTHUR J. CLARK
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN' l
Alina State Savings Bank Building
Ollice 47 Red Residence 47 Green
DR. CHAS. F. DUBOIS
Phones: Office -45-Reel I
Residence 45 Green
R. B. SMITH, MB.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
E. T. LAMB, NLD.
I Pollasky Block
DR. F. J. GRAHAM
Rooins 3, fl, 5 Pollasky Block
DR.. S. J. HIGELMIRE
Alma Slime Savings Bank Building
Phone 86 ,
D. L. JOHNSON
MARY LOUISE SHOPPE
COATS SUITS DRESSES
Beauty Parlor in Connection
By Appointment Phone 26
lvlurcels 750 Shampoos,50e
P. W. CREASER
A ALLEN'S BARBER SHOP
For the Best in Barbering Call on Us
H-In---I A--HX L MA COLLEGE
0716 Hundred Twenty-vi
I At Its Best
Musical Instruments Latest Sheet Music
i L I I
I 4 Sawkms MUSIC House
1 . .
5 New V1ctor Records, Once A Week, Every Week, Friday
ll Orr fat Mt. PleasantjQ"Can't you see I'm weeping? For the last time I ask
A youg won't you have me, dear?" '
Mt. Pleasantite-"No, I clon't like fish in brine." A
During the Football season before the Albion game this acIve1'tisemc11t,.xvas
published in the Alrnanian.
NVANTED-Young lady to sell tickets. Someone fast that can take care of a
THE COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE
ATHLETIC GOODS STATIONERY
E . " ' A J
QAS A Q gg
0-ne Hundred Thirty S
THE IDLEHOUR THEATRE
' DICK ROCKWELIJ
A PR OPRIETOR
CONSUMERS POWER COMHANY
POWER - SERVICE - LIGHT
N I T E
Save Time and Labor with Electrical Appliances
CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY
ALMA MT. PLEASANT CLARE
COLIQMAA ITHACA BRECKENRIDGL
PPPPPPPALTVIA QLQLLBCJQ A I I
nYou'11jndrthe "Gang" at the
NEW EUROPEAN CAFE
Our motto is QUALITY
Our aim is to PLEASE
NICK BARDAVILLE dz COMPANY
Proxy-"I wonder Why I have to pay so inuch? You dont hue to cut oft
much hair from my head."
Barber-"I charge for having to Search for it, in your case
It is ruinorcd about thc Campus that in order to bc in wogzuc mth the lmtasi
fashions Clarence McNzLughton,has taken the fan belt off fi om his Ford 'md his
installed suspcnders invits place.
NILES MOTOR SALES CO.
FORD AND LINCOLN CARS
FORD TRUCKS AND TRACTORS
Genuine Ford Parts, Tires, and Accessories
"GET OUR SERVICE"
A L MA COLLEGE
Um' ll1cncI1'm:l Thirty-Zwo
Golden Crust Bread
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Look-Patterson Drug Co.
bf Prof. West Cin elassj-'fWhy is an girl like :1 chemist?"
No response. 1 '
- "Because when you take one out she turns gold amd silver to copper."
WV1'igl1t Hall 11111153120 No. 1-"How does lX'I- get all the men? She l1asn't
decent thing to Wear."
W. H. Ininate No. 2-"I fuess tl1a't's the reason."
GRATIOT COUNTY GAS COMPANY
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011011 iifff 1 1-.,f 1 TlL'fffyjf01tT
SYMONS BROTHERS 85 COMPANY
For Safe, Comfortable, and Economical.
The Hansen Motor Tra
HCIIOKHIIPCI service between:
Sztgimmv, Alma, IECIIHOTC, Lakeview and Howard City.
630111106125 with Pmmsylvania. Rzrilrozxd North :md Sout
11 at Howard City.
1'1lllll0l'0, Sflilillt-011, Sl1erid:J.11 and Ionia, line now running.
, H. C. LIANSEN, Mgr.
203 West Superior Street
A11 Lives and Property Insured
' I Phone 51
WP eesse eeALMA COLLEGE
One Hundrelzl Tlzirlfy-jizfg
THE STRAND THEATER
C. A. TNIILLER, Mgr,
Doc Dubois was examining Ray West for ai lifo insurzuico policy when he
finally said, "Otherwise you seein perfectly normal, but your pulse is racing thirty
beats am minute above normal and it refuses to slow clown. I czuft unclerstzuicl-
Ray-"Turn around, Doc. Across the street on the sidewalk there-J'
Doc-"Oh! CW1'itingj Pulse beat: Normal."
MAKE THIS STORE YOUR
Toilet Articles Hosiery Stamped Goods
Toys Cooking Utensils
General Merchandise '
I A Complete and Fresh Line of Candies
'GETTLE 5 and 10 CENT STORE
Alma--Where your money buys the most-Alma
A L MA COLLEC ll U
One Hvmdred Thirty-:ix '
X STAR DYERS AND
Capital Surplus V
550,000.00 330,000.00 Ruth-f'Why did you let go of the
Jim-"I wanted to see if I had an
ALMA STATE SAVINGS Ruth--"Oh! You mean thing."
Make This Bank YOUR Bank
Cuddy-UI-Iave you exier been in
I 0 We pay Safety F1O1'C11C9-H'Th2L'C7S my business.,
N 421 on Boxes Cuddy-"Well, hoW's business."
Deposits Rent Q -
C520 CF- ' B AL MA C01 Leon
' 0712 Hundred 7'hi1-ty-.vavm
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TO THE METHODIST STUDENT IN ALMA
. ' THE
desires to serve you in any way possible, and invites you
to nuke it your Church home.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
RAY WILLIAM lVIERRILL
Residence: 724 N. State Street
' Mike Cquestioning Sheikj-"What were you doing chasing that lady all over
Sheik Cafter studying Anierican Governnientj-"I was enjoying the privileges
granted to me by the Constitution-life, liberty and the pursuit of liappinessf'
"Why is zu flztpper like EL bungalow?"
f"Shingled on top, painted in front, and no attic."
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT
Receiver and distributor of car loud lots. Fresh fruits
, and vegetables of all kinds on hand at ull times.
CANDY ICE CREAM CIGARS
Across from the Strand Theater
Qjpl- A-we-xr MA COLLEGEY- we A
One Humlrcrl Thirty-eight
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Where the glacier Worms do grow?
' Where in the winter we have sunshine
And in sunnner We have snow?
SOIHCUIIIICS the sunshine is Your feet deep,
But we dou't care a Dem,
For We know the bull will be deeper,
When the Alina. boys return.
One of the softest things to fall buck on is some good hard cash.
' of the SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
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A faint Voice ensuing from the quiots, "I czu'1't."
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