PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE
THE DORMITORY UNION and THE DAY BOYS' CLUB
The Dormitory Union is an organization of dormitory boys for purposes of self-government. The Day Boys' Club promotes cooperation among the boys outside of the dormitory. THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
The Alumni Association was formed in 1921 by the amalgamation of the associations of Pacific Lu theran Academy and Columbia Lutheran College. Its special objective during 1940-41 was to finance the N. j. Hong memorial in the Pacific Lutheran College Library. DELTA pm KAPPA and DELTA RHO GAMMA
The Delta Phi Kappa is a social organization of the girls residing in the dormitory. The Delta Rho Gamma is the day-student girls' organization corresponding to the dormitory girls' Delta Phi Kappa.
THE CO-ED CLUB and THE YOUNG MEN'S BUSINESS FORU1V!
These organizations introduce their members to the privileges and problems of active life. THE LINNE SOCIETY
A departmental club for science students. TAWASI
This is an honorary service club for men. Mr. Arling G. Sannerud adviser.
M usical THE PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE CHOIR
This organization enjoys the unique distinction of being the first college
choir west of the Rocky Mountains to specialize in a cappella music. It has made extended concert tours to various points in the Pacific Northwest, and, in 193 1 , far east as Columbus a n d Sandusky, Ohio. In june, 1939 , the Choir, also known as "The Choir of the West," toured Oregon and California, including the
Golden Gate International Exposition, under the auspices of the Washington
Golden Jubilee Association. The membership is limited to fifty. THE PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE CHORUS
The Chorus, organized in 19 37, provides valuable training and enjoyable sing足 ing experience for students not in the Choir. BAND AND ORCHESTRA The systematic development of these activities is under way, with major emphasis upon the orchestra, and has made excellent progress during the year.
EX PENSES Tuition. Board. Room , a nd General Fees COLLEGE DAY STUDENTS, PER SEMESTER COLLEGE BOARDING STUDENTS, PER SEMESTER I-ITGH-SCHOOL DAY STUDENTS, PER SEMESTER HIGH-SCHOOL BOARDING STUDENTS, PER SEMESTER
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87.00 1 84.50 39.50 137 .50
In the case of boarding students, the above charges include good table board wd room in the College dormitories for eighteen weeks. Meals w1l1 not be served in the College dining hall during Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter vacations.