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SCI--IOOL CALENDAR SUMMER SESSION - 1948-

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lZeg'istration begins

:'Ionday, JUlle 14

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Tucsclay . .June

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FIRST SEMESTER -1948Registratiun for Fali Selllesler bcgins

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Volume XXVII

uffic\.: al

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Pacific

Luthcran

f":nlncd as sl'c<.llld-ciass

College,

Illatter

Sept.

(Tacoma)


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N I:l JLLETI N

GENERAL INFORMATION Paci fic L u t her an olle ge is located in Parkland, W ashington suburb of Tacoma. The campus is about eight miles south of the ce n ter f t he city, on Park Avenue, which is two long bloc ks west of he highway running from Tacoma to Mount Rainier. ,

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It is the only se nio r L u th er an Coll e ge on the en t ir e Pacific Coast and serves a territory extending from Shishmaref. Alaska. alifornia, on the south. and through­ on [he no£[h, to San Di eg o out the Rocky Mountain t errit ory on the eas t. ,

ACCREDITA TION Pacific Lutheran C ol le ge is a c c redited by (he Northwest A so­ ciarion of Secondary a nd Highe r S chool s .

It is accredited by the State Board of Education as a T each e r Training institution off ering a f o u r ye a r curriculum for the prep­ aration of ele menta ry teachers in gra d es 1 to 8 inc lus i ve in kinder­ garten, and in the ninth grade if tba t grade is part of an accredited 'unior high scho o l Pacific L[\th er an Colleg e recommends its gra d uates to the tate Superintendcn of P u blic Instructi n for certification. ­

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Pacific Lutberan College is also a member of the Ass ociatio n

of American Co l leg es

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CERTI leATION According to the plan of certification for te ac hi ng in Wash­ ington a three-year Elementary Certificate is issu ed on completion of a four-year curriculum. .

An appli can t for the six-year Standard E le m en tary Cerrificate must pres en t a diploma [rom an a cc redited te ach ers c ollege indi­ cating the comp letio n of a f ou r y ear curriculum and must have had at le as t rwo years of successful t e ach i n g experience upon a three-year Ele menta ry Cer ificate. '

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"War em er g ney certificates are issued on nd for s pec i f ic teaching positions."

a

year to year basis

Provision bas been made in plan nin g the summer program LO i nc lu de courses which may be lIsed in a pplying for principal's credentials.

HE S UMMER SESSION The Summer Session is an inte gral part of tbe program of Pacific L utheran C olleg e. It is divided int o two ter ms of f iv e weeks each. The instructional staff includes members of the regular fa c ulty of' Pa cific Lutheran ollege and all laboratory, library and regular


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COLLEGE

facilities are a vai l a bl e . The stan dards prey i ling durin g the Sum足 mer Session are the same as those ma in tained duri ng the regular school year. Chapel will be held at 9:45 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the ld c ha p e l n t h e coll eg e campus. The third and fourth period classes will meet t hi rty mi n ut es l a ter 011 those dJYs.

ADMISSION Students are admitt d to the Summer Se ss ion under the fol足

lowin g regulations; 1.

R e g ul a r students of Pacific Lutheran C ol lege are admitted under the rules that apply ror any semester.

2. Those who enter as g r a duat es of high schools and are ap ply ing for Freshman standing should ma k e application on a uniform Washington tate application blank. which c n be obtained from t heir high s ch oo l principal. or by requesting a copy from the college. In addition the colle ge requ ires two character recommendation.s f ro m individuals who are personall y acqua in te d with the applicant. 3.

ransie nt students or those who have attended other college or uni ersi ties who wish to register at Pacific Lu足 theran li ege for th e Summer Sessi on only a re not re足 quired to file admis 'ion c redent ia ls. Transcripts of work taken at other institutions s hou J d be forwarded t the Regi s t rar of the coil ge if the stndent wishes his for mer work evaluated.

VETERANS Veterans eligible for benefits under Public Laws 346 and 16 may

use

Lhese benefits for Summer Session work. To be eligi ble

for su b sis t en ce benefits the student must carry a full load.

Veterans

J

tten d ing school under Public Law 16 are required

attend summer school. REGISTRA TION Registration for the first term of the Summer S

ion will

begin at 8 :00 a.m. Monday. June 14. Classes will begin at 8 :00 a.m.

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Tuesd a y. June 15. and continue through

48. The second term w il l begin

through Friday. August 20. 1948.

riday. JUly 16.

anday. July 19. and continue


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UITION AND FEES Tuition for a Summer

ess ion is S I 0.00 pe r credit h ur.

The la bor a t ry fee for art classes is $2.00. The typewriting fee is $3. 00 p

r

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The cha rge for private instruction in voice or piano is 52.00 lesson.

A deposit of S1.00 for dormi tory room key is required. Refund is made at he t ime of withdrawaL from school. Tht' biology an d

hemi try la bo ratory fees are '

'he Scienc e 22 fee i

50

'i .00.

.00.

K STORE

he c ollege maintains a book store for the con vcnience of tbe st udents where books, stationery, and school supplies may be obtaine I. The book srore is operated on a s tr ictly cash basis.

LIVING A

RA

GEMENTS

Women students will be accommodated in the college dormi­ tory. All rooms ar fu r n is h ed with chairs, dressers, tables, beds, and mattresses, and are he ated and lighted. All o th e r necessary articles, including p illows , blankets, sheets pillow cases, t wels. rugs. and curtains. mU'r be provided by the s tuden t. s 0 extra elect rical appliances are allowed in the indiv i du al rooms except radios. ,

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Rooms for men are provided with beds, mattresses. chairs. tables, and dressers. All other necessary articles including piLlows. blankets, sheets, pillow cases, towels, anel reading lamps mlls be pro vided by the students. All single students living in the c ollege dormito ry or in the men's housing units must eat in the colLege din ing room. 50ard and room for either te rm is 50.00. Only breakfast is serve d on afctcria meal tickets anďż˝ a vai la b le. Sundays. .

CO URSES OFFER 0 The courses [or the summe r session have been pl a nn e d to meet the needs of students who arc enrolling in college for the first time as well as those who are attending the summer sess io n in order t accelerate their college progra m or teachers wh o are w ork ing for a degree or for certification requirements. The courses h, vc b een a rra nged so tbat students may Lake classes which meet for the first five-week term, the sec nd five-


IJACIFIC LUTllEk.\N COLLEGE

6 \ ee term, session.

or

classes which meet for the full ten-week summer

All courses giving two hours credit per term will meet six Limes per we e k . The instructor will arrange for the sixth period of class. Abbreviations have been made as follows: AB, Art Building; S, Science Hall: M, Main Building: L, Library; CB, Class Build­ h., Chapd; Lab., LaboraLory: Len., Lecture. ing: G, Gym; ART S55 FU D ivlE:':T.\LS OF I\RT. '1''''0 c redit hours-. This is a c ou r se giving the basic fundamentals of art, i ncluding a thorou gh study of pro­

portion, vah.es, composition, perspective, and color theory, which arc e x p r e ss ioll . ;vi e d i a arc p c n cil, charcoal, ,,' a ter colors, and pastel. Secolld t e r lll. 8:00 to 9:45 a.m. Daily. AB, Miss Berg

nccessar)' for creative

So

J

NI0H. HIGH SCHOOL f\RT. Two credit hours. A

course

planned

for tbose 1"'10 i n t e nd to t e ach art in grades 7 to 9, in c l usi ve , ancl plan n ed similarly to ,Art 83. I'rcrcquisitcs: Preferably

;\ rt

55. Secunu

to 2 :45 p.lll. Daily. 1\ B.

125

tenn. j :00 1>iiss Berg

"TR I L _\ IZT. Two credit hours. T hi s is a course planned creativc ideas and adapted to problems in crafts u i tab l e for chi ld ren in the publi c schools. Articles, such as cau be easily ob tain e d , are decorated in varions media and ll.ade attra c ti 1 e for practic,ll usc, Second term. Y:50 to 1 1 :35 a.m. Daily. 1\ B. Miss Flerg [Nn

to "till1ulate

BIOLOGY .�6 GE1'EEAL ZOOLOGY, j'-our credit hours . .'\ comprehensive su rv e y of the auimal kingclum. Tell weeks. Lect. 8:55 a.m. I\l1.\lV,F, Lab. 10:00 a,llI. to 12:(){) nUOll. M.T.\V.Th. 5-204 S-208. Mr. JOhW;(lll, Mr. Ostenson , 7S :\:\ T R, \ L HISTORY. Four credit hours. A field cOlilse co I' cring the s,tudy, c O ll e c tiu n and us e of biological teaching m a t eri a l s . ficld trip s will be ta k ell n. 'I' s e ss iol l

to POillts of interest

\\'ill

c l l lpha iz

ill the Puget Sound region, First Slllll­

aquatic

environments;

the

secolld

,Ullllner

,cssion. ter r es tr ia l haiJitats. Tcn wed,s. Stnd<:nts lllay c'nroll f(lr the first fi 'c ". , ,k,· unl) and receilT tlHl h O llrs credit. Lecl. 1:00 p,lll. 1,['T.Th. Lab. 2:00 to -1:00 P,ll1. '\l.T.Th. 5-204, S-20�. 1-11'. J oh ns on, Mr. Ostcu,on

BUSI

S ADMINISTRATION

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ECONOMIC [I LSTORY OF THE !TED STATES. Three credit hOllrs, C;rlllVlh of c o lon i al and national America up to the \Var hetween the States. Cultural and ecollom i c: backgrounds. Early fonlls aud

ac t i v ity as ;. fOllnuation of the of life. Secolld t er m . 8:5':; and 10:45 a.ll1. Daily CB. dev<:I..lplllt'nt of econolllic

' \ l I l c ri c a n

way

Mr. Patrick

l'Ej.(�Oi\TAL TYI' E\VH. L'I'U-G. TlI'o c redi t hours·. COl1lplde system uf l011l'h typewriting, �kill ,llId speed building exerc'is<:, letter-writing and :;iUlplc tahulation. This COlll'Se is clc,;ignecl prilllari!y to lned individual practical nccd', I"irst tcnn. �:OO a.111. D a il y. M.-201. 'Miss Peck

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SUMlvlEH SESSICH" BULLETIN 108

ECCn;Ol\'IICS.

CONSUMER

Three

credit

7 CIIllparativl:

hour;;.

stlldy oi scales and standards oi living of d if fe ren t income clas·es. Indi­ \'idual and

collectin:

S:55 and 10:45 a.m. 5132

s pending and

lJudg'eting-,

Daily.

consul1I ing.

terlll.

[�irSI

.Hiss Peck

]\:f-20l.

STATISTICAL A1\Al.YSIS. T\\'o credit hours. Essential princi­

pie' of the statis·tical 1l1ethod, with special attention to its use in business. Graphic presentation and interpretation. For ! ll u l a t ion and usc of inde" lJllmbers. Statistical research. Second tCrIll. 1:5:; p.llI. Daily. -13. Mr. Patrick

CHEMISTRY 61

QUAL ITATIVE

Chemistry .;1, 52.

Four

AK,\LYSrS.

cred it

Leet. 8:55 and 10:45

I;irst term.

hour._. a.m.

PrereCJuisite:

M.T.\V.F.

I :UO to 4:00 p.m. Nl.T.W.TIt. S-305, S-302. 62 and

Mr.

Lab.

Olsen

F our credit hours. \T olumetiric Leet. 8:55 and 10:45 a.m. I :00 to 4:00 p. 1ll. M.T.\V.Th. S-305, S-302. l\.-1r. Ramstad

QUA1\TITATIVE

gravimetric

ANALYSIS.

methods.

M.T.W.F. Lab.

Second

tenn.

DUCATION 103

EDUC\TlO),fAL PSYClIOLOGY. Two cred i t hours. A cons·ider­

ation of the psychological principles il1\olvcd in education. Analysis and cli,cus;;ion are

based 011

the

physical

growth,

health,

emotional,

social

dcvdoplllent oi thc child and t he adolescent. The g u idan c e and fostering and transfer or ICJ.rning is s tud ied. T'roblelllS of tbe individual child and

()f the class room arc the basis for inforlllal class discussion. Prerequisite: Psychology l. S ec on d tertn. 10:45 a.m. Daily . L-117. Mr. Eklund 105

P

sue SCHOOL SYSTEM. Two c re dit hours. A survey of the

school la\\'5 of \\.'ashington as they affcct the m anagement alld admin­ istration of the school. .\iso consideration of p ractic al problems in cl ass room organization.

A

SecollLl tCrln. 9 :.;0 a.lll. Daily . M -Ill.

Iv[ r. Ford

ED ·CATIO,N. Two credit honrs. The purpose of this COllrSC is to train teachers in the lise of au d i o - vi s ual aids· to teaching. ,\en'pled to\l'ard I ll e e ting administration credenti als . Firs t term. 8:0U a.m. Daily. L-l17. ]\ILl'. Ronning 135

DIO-VIS "AL

Two l'l.'flLlC SCHOOL �\[ATI 1 E)',fAT1CS. of the hasic lllathcluatical skills and the teacher ill thc elelllclltary and junior high school. l1Ient ll·s·ts in arithllletic and interpretation of scorcs [loses. First t e r m . 9:50 a.m. Daily. M-216.

141

overall study

188

hOLlrs.

n hy

Practice in achie for diagnostic pur­ )"liss l\"ielsen

EDUCAT10jl \L GU1DA:--iCE. T,,-o credit hours. A study of the

proccdut'C;'s used and in society.

various

in helping the student achieve suitable goals in school Emphas·is ,,·ill he given to

education.

Second term.

191

credit

.tbilities needed

personal

8:.'i.'i a.lll.

and

Daily.

yocational

L-l 17.

lesting methods

problems

for

for solving the

student.

�\l r. Eklund

EE:-IEDIA L ETHiC.\TIO.\. '1'\\0 c r e dit hours. i\ study of remedial

pr(>('cdllrc that can be lI,cd ill tIte reglllar class room ane! ill the spccial


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PACIFIC L

TI-JERAN COLLEGE

roo Ill. 11 subject-matter fields given c onsi de ratio n with em phas i s. placed upon reading and arithmetic. First ter m. 10:45 a.lll. D ai l y. M-216. Miss Nielsell

194

ADMINlSTRATION t\ND UP ERVL ION. 1\ sur vey of the pr ac tica l problems of elementary

ELE1VLENTARY

Three

credit hours.

administration and supervision. Consideration is· give n to the principal as his wor k relates· to children, parents, teac he rs and other school employee., building, transportation, and the conllllunity. Prerequisite: At least one y ea r of teac hing experience. Second tCfln. 8:.:;5 and 10:45 a . lll. Daily.

M-II1. 197

Mr. 1;01'<1

SI:'ECL\1.

PROJE TS.

One to three credit hours.

Studellb \Ill!>

cle··ire to pnrsuc a special line of i ndivid ua l reading, investigatioll, or rc­ searc h may do

so

for creelit. receiving help an d guidance from the faculty

member best qualified to as sis t in the particular problem. Credit will \'ar)'

with the a i llo u n t of work done.

First and Second

be Staff

terlli.

Tillle to

arr a n ged.

ENGLISH FRESHMAN COMl'OSlTIOK. Three credit hellirs. The cours, aillls to train s t u de n t s to devel op ideas accurately anu dfec ti vely in tht' sentence, in the paragraph, and in extended writt en discllssion. Essays are read and analyzed to provide models· of good expositiun, to stimulate thought and discussion, and to develop accuracy ill reading. Ten wee ks. 10:45 a.m. Daily. L-115. Mr. Rei gs·ta d , Mr. Nesvig

2

FRESH MA}; COMPOSIT [ON.

Three credit hOll r s.

A study of the

te hniqne of pr ep aring a research paper. Emp h asi s is p l ac ed upon illl­ proving \'ocabulary, upon developing good readin hauib, and npon th(� writing of c ritical reports. Contemporary ess·ays, ,; to rie ,;, drain;!, and poetry arc stndi d with these en ds in vie\. Ten weeks. 8 :00 a.lli. Daily. L-115. Mr. Reigsta d , Mr. Nesvig 70 MAJOf{ AMERICAN WRITERS. Thr ee credit honrs. A study of A111er ican literatnre as an interpretation of America n life. Ten weeks. 8:55 a.m. Daily. L - 1 14. Miss K nu dson, Nir. Ranson

i2

JUNIOR HIGH SCIlOOL LITERATURE. Two c redi t hours. ,A.,. study of literature for children in the int er me diate grades. Up!l"r divisioll redit fo·r upper division students IIpon petition. First tenn.

Daily.

L-11 7.

10:45

a.llI.

M iss Y nllcbotl

112 SHAK ES I' L. \ .RE. Thr ee credit hams. The tragedi "'; . Sc(olld tcrlll. 8:00 and 10:45 a.nl. Daily. L - 1 14. -'vir. Ranson

GEOGRAPHY 7

EOGR \PTlY. Th ree credit homs. An intensive .tudy of geography

as a foundation for the t eaching of the s ubje ct in the intcrmeuiate anci

grammar yrades. First term. 8:00 and 9:S0 a.lII. Daily. },'I-ili.

�!r. Franck.

HISTORY .20 IIIST()I�Y .\ND GUVERNMEKT OF TllE STATE OF WASH­ I �(jTOX. Two creelit hours. ":econ(1 terlli . X:OO a.lll. Daily. L-1I7. �"Ir. kre


SUllMEIZ SESSJ())" 53

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LL.I:£'1'1-:\

ECc):\O,\11C IllSTO RY OF TIlE UNITED Sec Ilusiness Administration 53.

ST.\TES.

Three

credit htlllr,.

F E ROPE BE­ 03 CLLTUli.\L - HISTORICAL S TUD IE T\\EEl\ LiUO :\::-JD 1832. Till> cr c d it huurs. I ristory, art allli literature (If Europe as correlated 5-ludies. F irst tCrIll. o:()O a.111. Daily. M-I09. Mrs. Little

(A C L1" .l:{ L - HISTOl<lCAL STUDIES 01,- EUR01'E DE­ TWEE. - 1 32 AND 1920. Twu credit huurs. IIistory, art ami litcrature ui Eurupe as correlated stuclic.,. Firs t ter111. 9:50 a.llL. Daily. M-I09. Mrs. Little lU9

RECeNT E

ROPEAN' HISTORY.

of Enro[le since 19.14.

F irs t term. 0:55

a,m.

Two cr edi t Ituu)",. _\ stu dy :\f-I I I. }ir. Franck

Daily.

155 U. S. IN \iT RLD AFF IRS. Three credit hours. _\ survey oi the bas·ic trend s and developments ill the foreign relations of thc United States lI'itlt s1H:!cial emphasis au snch basic policies as isolatiuJ1 a n d neu­ trality, tlte 1J.ollroe D o ct rinc, and the open door p olicy. Sel'ollrl tnlll. �)::iO a.lIl. and 1 :00 lUll. D aily . L-1l7. ML Akrc

MA THEMA TICS :;-1

SULID CEO�\lETl\.Y. Tltrcc credit hours. The rcl a tiun � of planes spare: the properties and llleasurements oi pri,;nls, pyramids, cylillders, cones, and spheres; original exercise and construction. Pre­ relllli:;ites: ]'lan(; gewlletry, one year of high sc hool algebra. Ten weeks. j(I:4.o a.1l1. Dai ly _ S-ilO. Mr. ,\dallls, ,\,ir Jordahl

anu lines in

MU�l lO Ml.SlC Al)lJREClATl N. Three credit hour,; . . \ L'''llrsc i l l appr'­ ciati<lll, pre - cnt ill g lllLl�ic of diffcrcllt periods as, relatcd tu the other arts. ' cco ll d tcrlll. 8 :55 and .lO:4S a.l11. Daily . eh. J"'lL W iss

VO lCF. One credit hOlir. Drill in technique of brea t h contrul and n:s111ting- ill a sllstaincd and resonant tone of satisfactory quality and vllIlllll<'. Songs for rhythm, accents, and enunciation. Oratorio, art SOllgS', operatic "rias, recordings, appear ance 1n Jlublic rccitals . . \ 111ini­ IlIUUl ul IG lessons is rCllllirccl for one credit. First and sccolld term.

�I

phrasing,

Tilil" to l,C arranged.

�')

)\olH.

,\lrs. 1\.L1nning

One cr -dit llO lll·. lJevclol'lllcnt of tOllch, techlliqll(" fOrtll, rllytltlll, e''-''pression and interpretation. i\ minimum oi l() Ic.;son� is ["L''IlIil'cd for one credit. hrst and S econd term. Timc to br.: arran ged. J"I-114. �[r. Weiss S()2

1'11\ i\

.

C1l011{. j\.;o credit. i\ special coursc in choir for stndcnb interested l-'irst term. II :30 a.m. 1L\V.F. CIt. �l r. Malmin

ill :iinging for recreation.

11+

�IUSI.C Ml':THODS. Two credit hours. Special stlldy oj �rade sung-s, the oj phonugraph n'cllrds, rhythm klll d,; , schoul OITltL'�­ tra,; a COlIll'reltL'lhi,'c :lud) of proi>lcllls, lllelltuds a nd lIlat rial for llse in lL'acllillg 1llnsic in the grades. Eir�t tCrill. ,':55 a.lli. I)aily . 'h_ Mr. Malmin

,,·!toill


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115 I N S T R U M E N TAL T E C H :\ T Q U ' A �D O R C H FST R A T l O N . Two c r e d i t h o u r ;; . T h e p ra c t i c ; i l � t u r! y o f the i n s t r u m e n t s o f t h e o r c h e s ­ t r a , a n d o f t h e p ro b l c I I I S ( l i tra n �! > (l s i t i ') l l a n d a r r ange m e n t s for o r c h e t r a , b a n d , a n d ' " l a l i g r o u p , o f i n s t r u ll J ( ' n t ' . P r e r e q u i s i te s : M u s i c � l a n d S2, or, wit h p e r m i s s i o n of i n s t r u c t o r, ;,{ u s i c 1 . F i r s t t rm. 9 : 5 U a . l l l . Daily. �h. M a l m in Ch.

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