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Pacific Lutheran U niversity Bulletin ( USPS 417-660)

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Hundreds of alumni and friends joined the campus community at the dedication of the Rieke -Sci­ ence center Jan. 27. The event marked the beginning of a new era in the Natural Sciences at PLU .

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Women's History Week at PLU March 3 -9 was intended to heigh­ ten awareness of the "presence and significance" of women in society. History prof Dr. Kathryn Malone offers an introspective look at women's concerns today.

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Education is etter than incarc­ eratio n , accord i ng to Anit a Londgren '59 who directs the library and continuing education program at the Pierce County Jail.

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Alum Jerry Armstrong '60 i s a successful business executive who believes that service to the com­ munity is an ongoing personal priority.

Cover A 40-year coaching career is coming to an end for University of Washington hoop coach Marv Har­ shman '42, honored with wife Dorothy at PLU in February. Marvis currently the nation's winningest collegiate coach, See page 1 2 .

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Martinson's New Book Is Nostalgic

SChool Of Business Inaugurates 1 st

History Of A One-Room Schoolhouse

Fac ulty Cha ir In Honor Of Zulauf The Dwight Judson Zulauf Alum­ ni chair was inaugurated during a special banquet at PLU Feb. 8. It is named in honor of the School of Business Administration's first dean who will retire this spring after 30 years on the PLU faculty. Zulauf is also the first holder of the chair. In the future, the chair will be used to bring outstanding scholars and professionals to PLU from business, finance, govern­ ment, academe and related fields. Intended as both a campus and community benefit. the chair will provide a stimulating flow of ideas in a wide range of areas within business administration for stu-

History professor Dr. Art Martin­ son had the opportunity to return to the environment of his youth to research his most recent book. Hart's Lake School: Pioneer Education.

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Though he did not attend the historic one-room school. he lived on his mother's place near there as a young man. Hart's Lake was one of 14 one­ room schools in the Roy-Yelm area south of Tacoma early in this century. They served the region, not only as schools, but as enter­ tainment and business centers, from the late 1800's into the 1930's. The book began to be concep­ tualized two years ago during a Martinson conversation with boy­ hood friend , Jim Wilcox of Wilcox Farms. Martinson later brought in his colleague and co-author, Ronald Magden of Tacoma Com­ munity College, and Lyle Slavik, a recent PLU history grad who as­ sisted with research. The team conducted 28 interviews of form­ er teachers, former students and residents of the area. A small grant and assistance from the Hart's Lake Historical Society financed the publication.

Summer Tour To Visit La nds Of Jes us And Pa ul "Lands of Jesus and Paul" is a Pacific Lutheran University sum­ mer study tour that will visit Israel, Egypt. Greece and Turkey and will feature a four-day cruise on the Aegean Sea. The June 15 -July 6 tour will spend six days in Israel visiting major sites linked with the life of Jesus. Twelve days will be spent in Greece and Turkey, with two days scheduled in Egypt. S o m e h i g h l i g h t s i n c lude Jerusalem, Be t h l e h e m and Nazareth in Israel; the Cairo Museum, Sphinx and pyramids in Egypt; Athens and the Acropolis, Istanbul. plus the several Mediter­ ranean cities visited by the Apostle Paul. Tour hosts are PLU religion pro­ fessors Dr. Walter Pilgrim and Dr. Kenneth Christopherson. Dr. Christopherson teaches church history at PLU. Pilgrim is also director of the Lutheran Institute for Theological Education (LITE), headquartered at the university. Both have led foreign study tours in previous years, including the highly successful Reformation Tour in 1983. Academic credit is available at PLU summer discount t uition rates. For more information write Dr. Pilgrim at PLU, Tacoma, WA 98447, or call (206) 535-7342.

dents, alumni, corporations and business, according to Dr. Gundar King, dean of the School of Busi­ ness Administration. Zulauf came to PLU to teach in the Department of Business and Economics from 1949-53, then returned in 1959. When business and economics were separated and the School of Business Ad­ ministration was formed in 1960, Zulauf served as the school's first dean. Today he is an internationally recognized scholar, author and consultant. He was awarded PLU's highest faculty honor, the Regen­ cy Professorship, in 1972.

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"The book was a trip down memory lane for me, and hopeful­ ly will be for others," Martinson said. The book is available from the PLU Bookstore, the Historical Soci­ ety and the Wilcox Farm Store on Pacific Ave.

Ch ristian Singles Conference Set For Late April "One is a Whole Number" is the theme of a Christian conference for all single persons over 18 at the Seattle Center April 26-28. Dr. Ken Olson, lecturer, author and psychologist from the Center for Living in Phoenix, Ariz., is the featured speaker. Other speakers are Rev. Elmer Witt, director of Holden Village, a Lutheran retreat center on Lake Chelan, and Dr. Terry Tafoya of the Community Mental Health Center in Seattle. Dr. Tafoya is also a �rained traditional American Indian storyteller. Workshops, a Sunday Folk Mass and fellowship opportunities, in­ cluding a Saturday evening dinner theatre, are included on the prog­ ram. Workshop choices include: "The Enemy Who Must Be Loved - You," "So It's Over - Now What?" " Balanced Life Style," "Friendship as a Part of Whole­ ness," and others, plus two ses­ sions for leaders of singles minis­ tries. The weekend conference be­ gins Friday evening and continues through Sunday noon. It is spon­ sored by the Lutheran Institute for Theolog ical Education (LITE) at Pacific Lutheran University. For information call the PLU LITE Office, (206) 535-7342, or write "One is a Whole Number," P.O. Box 84493, Seattle, WA 98124.

From left, Emilie and Dwight Zulauf. Gundar King

AAL-S upported Church Compute r Project Continues A $7,500 grant from the Aid Association for Lutherans will allow continuation of a Pacific Lutheran University project which is helping American Lutheran Church con­ gregations implement com­ puterized information systems.

and accountabili ty system to iden­ tify and keep track of its growing number of clients, according to project director Robert Menzel.

Goal of the project. now in its second year, is to train 250 con­ gregations in computer usage over a three-year period.

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According to project director Eldon Schafer, a business ad­ ministration professor, PLU is also providing information, hands-on experience, decision assistance and consulting support in the use of computers to approximately 700 Lutheran congregations in the Pacific Northwest. The project began in Schafer's Management Information Sys­ tems Class in 1983. It provided an affordability factor that may not have been feasible otherwise.Stu­ dents designed the computerized files needed and a search for the most appropriate hardware and software. A companion AAL grant, also for $7500 will allow PLU's new Family and Children's Center to develop and install a case management

PLU Hosts DPA For Second Yea r For the second year, Pacific Lutheran University will host a national teleconference spon­ sored by the Domestic Policy Association. The teleconference, originating at the John F. Kennedy Presiden­ tial Library in Boston, will be seen in the PLU University Center Wed­ nesday, March 27, from 5-7:30 p.m. The broadcast and a telephone line from Boston will enable PLU participants to view and take part in the national discussion with leading policymakers. Environmental protection, soar­ ing cost of health care and unem­ ployment are the issues to be discussed. For more information call 5357196.


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Outdoor Topics Are Specialty

Bergman Scores In National Free-Lance Writing Market Two cover stories in Smithso­ magazine in five months are the most recent free-lance writing triumphs for PLU English profes­ sor Charles Berg man. Bergman's articles on mountain goats in Olympic National Park and Elf Owls in the desert appeared in the August '84 and December '84 issues respectively. The initial breakthrough into a national publication is the hardest. Berg man observed recently. Once your work is known, acceptance comes more frequently, he indi­ cated. Earlier successes in the Audu­ bon Society magazine helped pave the way for the Smithsonian as­ signments, Berg man said. And consequently, National Geograph­ ic will publish a Berg man article on trumpeter swans later this year and has assigned him a timber wolf story In his eighth year on the PLU nian

Rowe Honored By washington Press Association Cliff Rowe, PLU journalism pro­ fessor, was one of seven com­ municators recognized for their achievements and contributions by the Washington Press Associa­ tion at its Holiday Awards Lu nc­ heon in Seattle Dec. 1 . Rowe was recognized for his contributions to his profession through his work at the seattle Times, the Chicago Sun-Times and other newspapers, and for his work in press ethics and freedom of information access through the Society of Professional Journalists.

faculty, Berg man didn 't beg i n free-lancing seriously until four years ago. Initially he had work published in Pacific Northwest magazine and Puget Soundings. H i s persona l i nterests have blended perfectly with h is efforts. "I love the outdoors, I'm an en­ vironmentalist, and I like to read, write and travel," he said. The story assignments have al­ ready taken him to interesting locales. This coming summer, for his article on timber wolves, he will cam p out with Eskimos on a remote tundra near the Arctic Ocean. Berg man plans a book in the not too distant future. The topic will be endangered species in North America. "I hope to deal with how quickly animals have vanished from our continent and why, " he said. "It has to do with our attitudes about animals. We see ourselves as diffe­ rent from them, but we're not. There is a part of us in those beasts, and when they are gone we discover that a part of ourse­ lves has died or is dying . " H e had praise for the conserva­ tion movement. which identifies and seeks to save endangered species, but noted that paradoxic­ ally it is only when species start to vanish that we worry about them. B e r g m a n p o i nted to t h e trumpeter swan a s an example of a species that has been saved from possible extinction. Once found throughout the U.S., there were as few as 70 in all of North America 50 years ago. Today there are over 500. "That is a marginal population still," he warned . "We're deluding ourselves if we think that the creature is thriving."

A new tuition, room and board package for the 1 985-86 academic year at Pacific Lutheran University has been approved by the PLU Board of Regents, according to university president Dr. William O. Rieke. The umbrella tuition charge covering 35 credit hours is $ 6535 , reflecting a 5.5 percent increase over the equivalent costs of two years ago. Rieke said that this is the second year that PLU has offered an umbrella "Cost Containment Plan" in place of a credit hour cha rge, a m ove w h i c h h a s minimized cost increases for most PLU students. At the same time the Regents approved a six percent room and board increase to $ 2985. With the increase in costs, Rieke pointed to the added value being received by PLU students, includ­ ing new or remodeled facilities in the natural sciences, physical edu­ cation, nursing and other areas. He indicated that food service facilities will also be modernized and meal options changed for the 1985-86 academic year. As in recent years, university­ funded financial aid will be in-

creased by a greater percentage than the percent of cost increase, Rieke indicated . In other business the Regents elected Wallace G. McKinney of Bellevue to a vacant at-large posi­ tion on the board, McKinney is a businessman and investor who holds a degree in accounting from the University of Kansas. He is a member of st. Andrews Lutheran Church in Bellevue, and his son Rob is a sophomore at PLU.

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PLU TO Host washingt on Business Week For High School Students The Pacific Lutheran University campus will be the site Aug . 1 1 -1 7 of one of three summer Washing­ ton Business Week '85 sessions. Others will be held at Gonzaga and Central Washington universities. Business week is a one-week program designed to bring the "inside story" on business opera­ tions and the private enterprise system to state high school stu­ dents. Advisors and discussion leaders are prominent business people from large and small businesses a round the state . These ex­ perienced executives address the major problems of private enter­ prise in candid, i nformal ways "We hope to recruit many PLU business alums to be part of our advising and faculty staff, " said Linda Mackintosh, executive direc­ tor of Business Week, who holds an M BA from PLU. Alumni and friends are encour­ aged to have their sons and daughters who have completed their sophomore year in high school apply for a scholarship. All accepted participants receive a partial scholarship from a com­ pany, com munity, civic or educa­ tional g roup or a chamber of commerce. Those selected to attend must have a sincere interest in becom­ ing a part of a n intense and serious week-long learning process, Mac­ kintosh indicated.

Student reaction to the Busi­ ness Week experience has been overwhelmingly positive, she add­ ed . One alumna of the program, Kristin Myers of Poulsbo wrote: "The most important part of the week for me was meeting kids from other schools, and listening to and being with business people from around the state. " The first Business Week was held at CWU in 1 976 for 225 students. Last year there were 1 ,760 stu­ dents, and this year the program is expected to involve more than 1,900 students and 240 teachers. In addition to the three univer­ sities, the program is sponsored by the Association of Washington Business and the State Superin­ tendent of Public Instruction. Students and teachers interest­ ed in attending Business Week should contact their guidance of­ fice for application forms. stu­ dents must be endorsed by their principal. Scholarship applications must be returned to Washington Busi­ ness Week '85, P.O. Box 658, Olympia, WA 98507 by March 20, 1 985.


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President and Mrs. William Rieke and granddaugh ter Joanna Smith cross the threshold of the science center iust after Joanne Rieke cut the cere­ monial ribbon.

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Donors Among Those Honored At. Rieke Science Center dedication

Four generations of Knutzens have been strong supporters of, and/or students at PLU From left, Ron Knut­ zen of Burlington, Wash., Linda Knut­ zen Barbo of Olympia, and Ru by (Mrs. finer) Knutzen, also of Burlington exa mine Knu tzen Anatomy and Physiology Lab designation on the science center donor wall. Chris Knut­ zen Hall at PLU is named in honor of Ron and Linda's grandfather.

The new $7.5 million Rieke Sci­ ence Center at Pacific Lutheran University, dedicated Jan. 27, has been funded entirely by private donations, according to Luther Bekemeier, PLU vice-president for development. Bekemeier, di rector of the "Sharing in Strength" capital fund ca m pa ign w h ich financed the building, explained that gifts have been received from thousands of donors, inclu d i ng alum ni a n d f ri e n d s , L u t h e r a n c h u rches, busi nesses, corporations a n d foundations.

"It is immensely gratifying to PLU and the natural sciences prog­ ram here to have enjoyed such a broad base of support, particularly from th roug hout the puget Sound community," Bekemeier said . "We are confident that the enhanced learning experiences made possible by the Rieke Sci­ ence Center will help enrich our community and society at large for many years to come." Laboratories in the 88,000 square foot facility have been named in honor of some major donors. They include the M. J . Murdock Charitable Trust and the Kresge Foundation, and such local donors as the Ben B. Cheney Foundation, Murray Foundation, A l l e n m o re F ou n d a tio n a n d Weyerhaeuser Foundation. Boeing Company and Pacific Northwest Bell are also honored . The Resource Center is named in honor of Thomas and Kathryn Anderson of Tacoma . Anderson is chairman of the board of Con­ crete Technology Croporation . In all, 46 major Puget Sound area corporations have joined the cam­ paign, according to Bekemeier. Other major donors include the Fuchs Foundation, Einer and Ruby Knutzen of Burlington, Wash., Jer­ ry and Elaine Armstrong of Joliet. III., Wallace and Joan McKinney of

Bellevue, and several anonymous benefactors. One of the most significant of the buildi ng features, the Leraas Lecture Hall, was funded by the College of Scientists. This group of physicians and dentists who have graduated from PLU and studied under biology professor emeritus Dr. Harold Leraas contributed over $ 500,000 to the campaign. M o re t h a n 1 6 5 L u t h e r a n churches in the Northwest partici­ pated in the drive, and over 70 percent of PLU's own faculty and staff added nearly a quarter mill ­ ion dollars to the fund effort. Major donors have their names featured on a huge carving which dominates one wall of the Ander­ son Resource Center. The unique 10 x 24-foot mahogany work has been created and donated by Dr. Jens Knudsen, PLU professor of biology. Dr. Knudsen's work features major symbolic campus landmarks relating to PLU's history and mis­ sion, including the old and new science buildings, clock tower, Eastvold Auditorium and Harstad Hall. Knudsen has been widely recog­ nized for years as a versatile part­ time self-taught artist. A 1952 PLU alumnus, he has taught at his alma mater for 27 years.


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U. '\\�RSt , Elgin Olrogg, executive director of the Ben B. Cheney Foundation, right, is greeted by Vice-President for De­ velopment Luther Bekemeier and Pre­ sident William Rieke. Cheney was the first foundation to pledge support to the science building project.

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Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Anderson chat with PLU Board of Regents chairman Rev. David Wold and President William Rieke. The Andersons were the first major donors to the science building project.

Dr Sam Smith, speaking at a donor's luncheon, is executive director of the M J Murdock Charitable Trust Mur­ dock's early curriculum and facilities planning grant effectively launched the science building project, and the foundation eventually became the largest single donor.

Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Anderson of Olympia, Wash, right, accept a laser etched major donor's plaque from capital campaigns director Sammie Davis. Anderson is a member of the alumni board; three of their children attend PLU.

'59 alumnus Roy SCh warz was the dedication speaker Schwarz is a vice­ president of the American Medical Association. Now 93, math professor emeritus Josef Running of Port/and enjoyed dedication festivities. He was surprised that PLU chose to name a science building lab in his honor. The majority of emeriti honorees were also in attendance.


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Bach' Theme Of PLU Summer Stu dy Tou r

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Although most people say you're not to make any changes until you've been at a job for at least a year, Phyllis Lane, PLU's new director of minority student prog­ rams, is already planning some modifications in her office. Lane said she plans to build on the existing programs and to redefine the office's goals. "We need to be really clear on what our goals are, then our activities and events will fall in line with our goals." Lane took over as the new director Jan. 7 and is faced with the duties of providing leadership to the department. setting goals for the department. and making sure the goals are met. She also plans to expand existing minority programs at PLU so they can better meet the needs of the students. Lane has been involved in student services for 14 years. "I have a strong commitment to people of color finishing higher education," she said. The Minority Student Programs Office is designed to serve the ethnic minority students of PLU in their adaptation to the challenges of academic and personal growth. The office advises minority stu­ dent activities, programs, and or­ ganizations; facilitates the use of

student services by minorities; and serves as a source of informa­ tion regarding admission, scholar­ ships, and grants for minority students. "This office should pro­ vide individual and personal ser­ vice to students," said Lane, "and this office should be involved in activities that promote, protect and empower people of color." Lane hopes to provide pre­ colleg e students with these academic experiences through the MESA Program (Math En­ gineering Science Achievement),

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS Pacific lutheran University admits students of any race color sex national and ethnic origin .to all the rights, privileges, programs and act vities ene ally accorded or made available to students at the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school administered programs.

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an outreach program designed to increase repres e n t a t i o n o f minorities in professions which currently attract a small percen­ tage of these populations. Lane also said she'd like to provide pre-college students with enrichment experiences which will help create images and models for students, which in turn may help them decide what they want to be. Lane said many students come into university environments which are rich with opportunities but do not know how to use them. Lane remarked, "Giving them ex­ posure to what the university contains and what the resources are can help them understand how it relates to their future." The office will also give support and assistance for academic suc­ cess and look outside the universi­ ty at possibilities such as graduate school or internships. "We want to be continuously opening doors for them," Lane said. Lane also plans to create cultural events and activities through the office which will "revere and cele­ brate our ethnicity." She wants minority students to know that their culture can exist in a predo­ minantly white culture. Before coming to PLU, Lane worked as assistant dean of stu­ dents and managed the minority affairs program at University of Puget Sound. Before working at UPS she was a counselor and part of the office of minority affairs at the University of Washington. She has a B.A. in urban studies, a master's degree in education and is currently completing a second master's degree in counselor edu­ cation at UPS.

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1985 marks the 300th anniver­ sary of the birth of composer Johann Sebastian Bach. In celebra­ tion of the Bach tricentennial Pacific Lutheran University is of� fering a two-week summer Euro­ pean tour, "walking in the foots­ teps of Bach," which will trace Bach's life and career from birth­ place to place of death. The July 19-Aug 1 tour features Eisenach, the composer's birth­ place; Leipzig, the place of his death, along with Frankfort, Han­ nover and Potsdam. PLU music professor David Dahl and university communications executive director Martin Neeb are tour hosts. Dahl will play historic Bach organs at many of the tour sites, including Hamburg, Lubeck, Celie and Dresden. Tour members will sing favorite Bach chorales where they were composed, and will be part of the impromptu choir singing at wor­ ship in Stormthal, E. Germany. Bach dedicated and played the organ in this village church; the organ is perhaps the only unre­ stored Bach instrument remaining today. The tour also features special Bach concerts. Luther sites, in­ cluding Wittenberg, will also be visited. Reservations should be made as soon as possible. Payments are due April 1. For more information call Dr. Neeb at PLU, 535-7180.

Summer European Tour Focuses On Special Education

veteran Music Professor Chooses Ea rly Retirement After 33 Years Well over half of PLU's alumni have marched through their com­ mencement exercises to the strains of "Processional of Joy," an original 1969 compOSition by Dr. Larry Meyer. The unique ceremonial work has been performed at all offiCial PLU convocations over the past 15 years. In addition, many alumni have used an organ arrangement at their weddings. Dr. Meyer, who also originated the popular Northwest Summer Music Camp at PLU and served as its director for 13 years, recently chose early retirement at age 56 after 33 years of teaching. Nearly half of his career has been spent at PLU. "PLU is my life. I'll miss it, but I'll be in close contact," the veteran musi c professor said. Meyer taught brass, trumpet, theory, orchestration and jazz. During his career Meyer publish-

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ed over 30 compositions, arrange­ ments and articles, including a music theory textbook. He also prepared numerous s p e c i a l marching band arrangements for football halftime shows, college and professional, including one of the first Super Bowl games. In addition to his annual sum­ mer music camps which attracted over 3,000 high school students, he directed and adjudicated at music festivals in 32 states. Meyer performed with numer­ ous jazz bands, including Claude Thornhill and Doc Severinsen. He began his performing career in the early '50's with the Air Force Band. For four years he was coor­ dinator of the Northwest division of the National Association of Jazz Educators. He was also on the national committee for the Col­ lege Band Director's Association. A graduate of Colorado State

A comparison of special educa­ tion programs in Europe and America is the purpose of a 21-day European tour in July, hosted by the Pacific Lutheran University Department of Special Education. PLU special education profes­ sors Dr. Kent Gerlach and Dr. Lenny Riesberg are joined by Dr. Iva McCleary as tour leaders. Dr. McCleary is professor of special education at the University of Utah. The July 4-24 tour will visit London, Paris, Florence, Venice, Innsbruck and Munich among oth­ er pOints of interest. Formal and informal seminars with European special education experts are scheduled throughout the tour. Four hours of academic credit are available to tour participants. All three tour leaders have ex­ tensive background in special edu­ Larry Meyer cation and have previously visited Europe on similar study ventures. University, he earned his master's More tour information is availdegree at the University of Oregon able by writing or calling Gerlach at doctorate at Northern the PLU School of Education, 535or o. 7272 ���· �

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By Dr. Kathryn Malone

Women are not a minority group in society - neither do they constitute a minority of the PLU community. There are more wo­ men than men at PLU, as there are in society as a whole. Women's History Week, a national celebra ­ tion March 3-9, has been observed this year at PLU by a week-long series of events designed to heighten our awareness of the presence and significance of wo­ men in human communities, in the past and the present; at PLU, in the United States and throughout the world. Whatever the context the point is that then or now, in Parkland, Singapore, or on Wall Street, wo­ men have always been there and are there today. Women have always been part of the human story So why the "minority" im­ age; and all too often the minority mentality? Because when we look around us, or at the past we do not see the women there. Our vision of them has been limited and badly distorted . Limited and distorted vision is directly related to the minority image. In the majoritarian popular democracy which is the U nited States today, majority and minori­ ty are labels which connote power or the lack thereof, rather than simple numerical relations. Under­ stood in those terms the identifi­ cation of women as a minority group in our society is accurate. Women lack power - that makes them a minority in society. The relative invisibility of women in society today, and in history, is both a symptom and a contribut­ ing cause of powerlessness. It is this invisibility that the Women's

History Week programs hope to have addressed. Invisibility and minority status go hand i n hand and reinforce one another. The possession of power is the product of other peoples' belief that you have it. To exist and be exercised effectively power must be recognized and acknow­ ledged. The invisible are refused recognition, and thus their power or influence is denied social legiti­ macy while it is obliterated by ignorance. The invisibility of wo­ men in History - in the image the living have of the past - has robbed historically significant wo­ men of their influence in the present while it has robbed all of us of a crucial part of our heritage because the absence of women is a severe distortion of reality Power and visibility feed on one another. That is the reason why Women's History Week seeks to improve our vision, our percep­ tions of reality. That is not a minor change, however. Visibility leads to power. To begin to recognize a person's existence is to begin to empower them, because recog­ nizing their existence means that they have to be dea It with. Women perform the most vital work in our society, bearing and raising chil­ dren . They own the bulk of private property. Women as mothers and teachers dominate our formitive years. But we do not grow up thinking of women as "important people." Nor do we learn from the study of history that they were ever important people. Important women are all around us every day, but we do not see them - at least not as "important" perhaps not even as "people." This sug­ gests not only that our image of women is distorted, but that our definition of important may also be badly flawed.

Yet we are told that this is changing - that the success of feminism is changing the role of women in society. But that change on closer inspection may be mere­ ly cosmetic. Like any significant social reform movement, femin­ ism is founded on a critical evalua­ tion of the status quo: it recog­ nizes not only that women have been denied the power and influ­ ence to which they are entitled, but that is symptomatic of the maldistribution of power and ab­ use of authority inherent in the current social structure. A com­ munity blind to the value, if not the very existence, of a majority of its members is not a healthy community. Unfortunately, all too often, visibility is treated as if it were the root cause of the problem, rather than a contributing symptom of social impotence and neglect. The symptom in its most superficial aspects receives the treatment. Women, a few women, are placed in visible positions of authority. In exchange, they give their support to the existing structure of au­ thority. To do otherwise would undermine the legitimacy of their own positions. To do so, however, destroys the legitimacy of the critical impulse which brought them influence in the first place. If the price of power is acceptance of the authority, one cannot re­ form from within . Thus "token­ ism" solves the visibility problem and ironically reinforces the sys­ tem that provoked the feminist critique in the first place. The visible success of a few women blunts the critical impulse which sought to identify, d iag­ nose and heal the bigotry, sexism , i nsensitivity, inhumaneness - i n other words, all the forms of

blindness which haunt our society, and which by blinding it rob it of its true potential which can only be achieved by nurturing, encourag­ ing and accepting the talents and contributions of all its members. A cosmetic change which does no­ thing to a lter the fundamental realities of human power relation­ ships - or even more seriously, which makes it easier to deny underlying reality by distorting the surface image, only makes it easier for disease, corruption and error to grow. For society, as for individuals, the better the information, the sounder the decision you can make. All of us are victims of the social costs of distorted vision. As the French Nobel prize winning author Albert Camus observed, "there can be no true goodness, nor true love without the utmost clear-sightedness." Women's His­ tory Week is an effort to help all of us see more clea rly, to the end that we may use that vision to improve the future for ourselves as members of all the human communities of which we are a part .

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u)LrJ.?� "Wir sind doch fur einander da" (It Is For One Another, After All, That We Are Here) Response to the Dedication of William 0. Rieke Science center Pacific Lutheran University January 27, 1985

To all of our family, our friends, our colleagues, each one of you, woman, man, or child here today, physically or in thought. Joanne and I express in the strongest and yet the humblest possible terms our profound and continuing gratitude for the honor that you have chosen to bestow upon us. It worries me a little; typically, buildings are not named after someone until they eith er are dead or retired . So, a year ago when our Regents took their action, knowing that I was not dead, I wondered if there was another message! I found solace, however, in the knowledge that I am not alone. For our Library building was named after another President, who honors us here today with his presence, while he was yet in the Chair President Emeritus Robert Mortvedt. We are so grateful for his continuing and strong support and concern for PLU . Though i t may seem strange, i t is, indeed, very difficult to receive such an honor as to have Pacific Lutheran University's magnifi­ cent new science center bear our name. It is difficult. for only Joanne and I know com­ pletely that behind whatever accomplish­ ment the honor may commemorate for us, there are many more failures, inadequacies, and incompleteness - things which, in our minds at least. call to question so profound a recognition as comes to us today It is difficult. too, for our part in the science center was just that - only a part of the total effort. How can we adequately share the honor; how can I adequately thank and recognize the thousands of other individuals, groups, churches, and organizations without whom this moment would never have arrived? How does one even begin thinking about thanking people - such a list as Regents, the faculty, the architects, contrac­ tors, and builders, the staff, my officers, my office colleagues, my family, the partiCipants in today's magnificent program, our stu­ dents at this University, the Development Office, the Dedication Committee, the local church choirs, Prof. David Dahl, and all others as the list goes on and on . How to thank so many for so much? Inescapably in these last few days as telegrams, letters, cards, flowers, and other forms of good wishes have mounted, arriv­ ing both nationally and internationallY, 1 have been overcome by the goodness, the kind­ ness, the greatness of it all. Why? And why for us? As recently as just a few hours ago, we learned that our youngest son, Marc, whom we previously had agreed could and should not attend today's ceremonies because of his responsibilities as president of the now touring Choir of the West, had been sum­ marily ordered on a flight home for the day in a decision made independently but inexor­ ably by the Choir's director late last night. So now, Joanne's and my last-born sits with our first-born, and we are overcome. Why such kindness? Where is the motivation that makes for so lavish an outpouring of caring concern?

And why a new science center for this University? Of course there is need. And there has been for many years. But there also were strong and recurring doubts over those years. Could funds be raised? Could the University in truth ever provide a state-of­ the-art facility where laboratories, equip­ ment, and experiences could be given to every undergraduate student on this campus which I never knew even existed until I was well into my post-graduate study at a great state University? And, even more so, why are these fine scientific and technological facilities housed in a building which is warm in color and inviting in atmosphere? Why construct a building which h ighlights the critical marriage of science and the liberal arts, each i nforming the other so that science remains creative and humane but the liberal arts, in turn, stay contemporary and relevant to the human condition? Why? Why do this? Awash in the emotion of these days and of this moment. I have repeatedly struggled for rational answers to these and many other related "Why?" questions. Those impossible whys! Two days ago during a moment of that struggle, Rev. John Briehl, one of our pastors at Spanaway Lutheran Church acting at the request of the church council. handed me a congratulatory letter which among other things said, "Towering high over all these is the personal Lord and Savior whom you know and who has given you life; who has sheltered, warmed, and fed you. Is it not m arvelous, wondrous. even miraculous, what God can do? What, through many others, He has done with you? And who can possibly know what remarkable and exciti ng things He may yet do through any one of us?"

These words struck me like a speeding train. An answer to the whys was now beginning to a ppear. Towering above all of our celebration, working through all of us is the God who not only had done it, but may yet through any one of us work even greate r wonders. "Through any one of us, " Pastor Briehl wrote. My mind raced back more than a hundred years when my grandfather came from Germany as a Lutheran m issionary to this state. He, his children, his children 's children, his children's children's children, and now even his children's, children's, children's children have all lived and worked in the Northwest. They have all contributed richly to life and society in such diverse careers as law, medicine, theology, business, education, government. And yet, because they also all knew that same God of their grandfather, they have counted their labors as nothing but thank offerings for the love they knew from God. How wonderful then for us, that grandfather'S name and the widespread contributions of all of his descendants, many here present today, should be commended in permanent form by a structure built in the geographic area where he and his offspring have loved and served so long. And how much more wonderful that that name should be at a university where vocation is understood to mean the calling of God through baptism and work or careers, whether in science or any other field, and is understood to mean nothing more than the thanks due back to God for such a calling . Now, finally, as those difficult whys began to be answered for me, I recalled a sermon preached this Christmas by Deputy Provost David Yagow. In that sermon Rev. Yagow said, "My friend and colleague Dr. Richard Jungkuntz is fond of quoting one of our mutual sem inary mentors, Martin Franz­ mann, who said in German, "Wir sind doch '

fur einander da. ' " It is for one another, after all that we are here.

That is it, you see . It is for one another that we celebrate and lavish great acts of good­ ness and kindness upon ourselves. It is for one another and all the other one anothers of generations to come that PLU has a new science building where the essential blending and mutual informing of science and the liberal a rts will continue to provide the kinds of people about which Dr. Schwarz spoke a few m inutes ago. And it is for one another that the Science Center is named "Rieke." But not just for Joanne and Bill Rieke, but all the Riekes who have understood and lived the life of God-enabled love and God­ motivated service passed to them by their grandfather. Wir sind doch fur einander da. It is for one another after all, that we are here.

Dr. William 0 Rieke

Thank you - thank you for this day. Who knows, as long as we remain concerned for one another and work together with one another, what even greater things God may yet work in any one of us? God bless us to that end!


9 com ments

Gobots And ' 84 Gifts Push Q C l u b To New Giving Record

Senior Fellow

By John Aakre Associate Director of Development

Kilworth Foundation

Fellows Gary M itchell, Olympic Homecare Products Co., M/M V . A. Schwarz

Club gifts for 1 984 were up nea rly 1 2 percent to a new record of $ 550,000. When taken together with January's gifts, this put the Q Club over the $4 million mark in total contributions since 1 972 . This is the largest increase in the past three calendar years and easily the second best gain since before 1 979 when measured against inflation. I am particu larly pleased that we have been able to accomplish this growth during a time when many of ou r donors have also been asked to help us with ou r capital campaign, Sharing in Strength. There a re over 1 ,200 Q Club members now, and each one of you plays a very i mportant part in our success. When the Q Club raises over half a million dollars a year you may not think that your $20, $40 or $84 a month makes any difference - but to PLU and the particular student your gift helps, it makes a big difference. I'd like to thank you on behalf of all the students whom we have been able to help during 1 984. Your generosity to the Q Club helps guarantee the accessibility and the quality of private, Christian education at Pacific Lutheran University. New Q Club Members since the last issue of SCENE: Q

Increase to FELLOW M/M Gerald Faaren

AssOCiate Fellows

Mrs. Ruth Bayer, George Berg, Fairbanks Lutheran C h u rch, Richard Fatland, First Lutheran Church Tacoma, and M/M David Thorp, Sr. Increase to AssOCiate Fellow

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Dear PLU Parent, By Dennis M. Martin, Dean, Division of Huma nities (Editor's note: Dr. Martin is the Parent's Club "guest " columnist in this issue)

Although we seldom have this chance to talk about your daughter, I. as her college professor, feel that she is a strong bond between you and me. You have watched her go off to school several times since that day she walked into kindergarten and out of the security of your family. You have trusted her education to her teachers and have hoped that those teachers would know her to be the unique person she is. But you probably have been a little concerned too because you know that schools and colleges are institu­ tions which can sometimes be impersonal and where you r daughter m ight be lost in a crowd . Like many PLU faculty, I am a parent myself and I sense that trust you have in me; I understand both you r h ope a n d your concern . At PLU, faculty members take the time to learn who your daughter is and how she learns. I have seen her teachers holding extra class sessions to make sure she was learning statistics or history, and I have seen your daughter sitting together with her English professor who was coaching her on her writing. I have heard my colleagues speak about her: they know her and are concerned as you are that she be thought of as an individual. During her freshman year, she experienc­ ed one of the biggest changes she will know in her life. I saw her find her new self as a PLU student and I have watched her confidence in

herself grow ever since then. She was one of twenty freshmen in a class I taught; had she been at a large university, chances are she would have been one of two hundred. At PLU, facutty members want her to be as excited about our subject as we are and we have the time to share ou r enthusiasm with her. As she has learned about psychology and biology, religio u s studies and literature, we who have taught her have seen her struggle to real meaning. We have also seen her learn lessons about independence and responsibil­ ity, and those have meant a lot to us too. She has worked hard and at times she has stayed up all night getting ready for a test or finishing a project. She might be surprised to hear it. but some of us have had to keep those same hours, and we did it because we thought your daughter and all the sons and daughters we teach were worth it. It may sound like a simple thing to say, but we think of your daughter the way we would want you to think of our sons and daughters. I see now that this letter turned out to be more serious than I expected it to. Perhaps it's because these feelings of trust and concern are so serious. I hope your daughter writes you long, chatty letters full of color and detail of her life here at PLU . And I hope all of us who teach here can continue to be worthy of your trust in us.

Transformers

By Harvey Neufeld Executive Director of Church Relations

My young friend, Jon Jerke, introduced me to a new phenomenon in the toy world gobots and transformers. I still don't under­ stand all there is to know about gobots. Talking with my colleagues at the faculty house (colleagues who still have youngsters at home) I discovered these little creatures a re many, much loved, and possess multiper­ sonalities. What happens with gobots is relatively simple. They transform . Right. They trans­ form from little toy men to little toy jeeps, from little toy soldiers to toy submarines, from little space people to drill-mobiles and missile launchers and airplanes and . . . Well, you get the idea. How is this done? Parts of the human body are manipulated in such a way that they become part of a machine. An arm becomes the side of a jeep, etc. I use the word manipulation advisedly since I really thought they were fun and very intrigUing. But manipulation may not be such an irrelevant word. Financiers manipulate the stock market. Geneticists engineer genes. Psychologists control human behavior. Peo­ ple manipu late people. Maybe the toy is too close to the truth. When God made man he did so in his own image. When man makes man, he turns man into a submarine or a jeep. I guess I should be content with the play side of things. I love to see my young friend happy. Who doesn't need some happiness? But could it be the next generation of gobots would be called Godbots? That's why I keep reading about the Desert Fathers and Mother Theresa and Erma Bombeck - to keep my sense of spiritual balance. It's bestto let toys be toys.

An Excellent Investment By Edga r Larson Director, Planned Clvlng

One of the best investments you can make today just might be a Cha ritable Gift Annuity. While interest rates in the general economy have been decreasing in recent months, gift annuity rates have remained constant. In addition to generous rates of return, a charitable gift annuity has other benefits as well: 1 . An i mmediate charitable contribution deduction. 2 . A portion of the income received is nontaxable, thus increasing the effective rate of return. 3. The annual payment is guaranteed for the lifetime of the beneficiary . 4. The donor is free of management or investment worries. 5 . Gift Annuities may be funded with cash, securities, or real estate. 6. The donor can specify where the gift will eventually go to help Pacific Lutheran Univer­ sity. Ed Larson Director of Planned Clvlng Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma, WA 98447

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Men, Women Swimmers Repeat As LOOP Champs

PLU Pla ns Five AthletiC camps This Summer

PLU didn't have a n entry i n the Indianapolis 500, but the Lutes tested the Indy waters from 50 to 800 yards. Jim Johnson's tankers captured a fifth consecutive Northwest Conference men's title and third straight Women's Conference of Independent Colleges crown. That was the final tuneup for the NAIA national swim meet. hosted by Indiana U-Purdue at Indianapolis. The Lutes won eleven NWC events and twelve WCIC races, making a clean sweep of relays. John Shoup blue-ribboned two events and swam on three win­ ning relays. The junior broke the conference record with a 1 :56.64 reading in the 200 butterfly. Peter Douglass, Kerri Butcher, and Bar­ bara Hefte also soloed or shared five winners' trophies.

Here's one way to distinguish an oldtimer from the new genera­ tio n : the former remembers Camp Lewis, the latter Camp PLU . Five athletic-related camps are scheduled this summer on the Pacific Lutheran campus. Bruce Haroldson, coach of the Runnin' Lutes basketball team, will stage five hoop camps. The coed rookie day cam p (entering g rades 4-6) is June 24-28; girls' fun­ d a m e nta ls/com petition ca m p (grades 7-12) July 7-12; the boys' equivalent. in two sessions, July 1 4- 1 9 and July 21 -26; high school boys' varsity team tournament July 26-27; basketball officials' cam p July 23-27. For information, phone 206-535-8706 or write the a t h l etic department (Tacoma 98447) for a free brochure. Ray Pelfrey's professional kick­ ing clinic (footbaill is July 7-9. There are five sessions of the cheerleading/drill tea m / d r u m majors/precision tall flags camp: July 8-1 1 , July 1 7-20, July 24-27, July 29-Aug . 1 , and Aug . 5-8. The soccer coaches' certification clinic runs July 28-Aug . 10. Volleyball cam p comes to Parkland Aug . 81 1 . Literature on these camps can be obtained, after April 1 5, from the PLU Scheduling Office. Other camps in the planning stage, with dates pending, are wrestling and baseball.

Late Note: Lute women placed fourth and the men finished ninth at the NAIA swim­ ming championships, which con ­ cluded in Indianapolis, Ind. , March 2.

Hensley Drops Lute Mat Reins After 8 Years Dan Hensley, Lute w restli n g coach for the past eight years, has announced his resignation, effec­ tive the end of the mat season . A PLU part-timer, who teaches mathematics at Tacoma's Clover Park High School, Hensley said an increased teaching load and family responsibilities prompted his deci­ sion. Hensley, a 1 966 Washington State U niversity g raduate, who won the Pac-8 title as a 1 47pounder in 1 965 and placed sixth at NCAA nationals ( 1 60) in 1 966, Ied PLU to district titles in 1 980 and 1 981 . In both seasons, he was cited as NAIA District 1 coach of the year. Under Hensley, PLU was North­ west Conference runnerup five times, behind perennial national power Pacific. Hensley tutored two All-America grapplers, Paul Giovannini and Mike Agostini.

Dan Hensley

Don Coltam

Bruce Larson

Rare Double

Coltom, LarSOn Earn Athletic, Academic All-American Honors Bruce Larson and Don Coltom, who earned a myriad of football honors in four seasons at PLU, have been cited by the National Association of Intercollegiate Ath­ letics for All-America achievement both on the field and in the classroom. Larson, who graduated in De­ cember, was a first team pick on the NAIA Division II All-America squad. A four-year starter at g u a rd , Larson beca me PLU's twelfth gridder to join the NAIA pantheon in the last ten years. A physical education major with a 3.65 grade point, the Bellevue

Kallestad Top Scorer

(Sam mamish HS) product was named in January to the NAIA Academic All-America team . Coltom, who will earn h i s busi­ ness administration deg ree i n May, was a second team AII­ America defensive back and a first t e a m Aca d e m i c A l l - A m e r i ca choice. One of four Coltoms to p lay football at PLU, following in the footsteps of his grandfather, father, and older brother, the Tacoman (Washington HS) takes a 3 . 5 gpa into his final semester.

Lute Hoopsters Tie For Conference Champio nship; Post 19 Victories

On Women '5 Hoop Team Pacific Lutheran d i d n 't put many points through the per­ culator in a 1 -20 women's basket­ ball start, but Kris Kallestad was the Brim of the Gym . She filled up the rim . The 5-1 0 sophomore forward, who scored 20 or more points in six straight games, sported a 1 6.1 ppg average in the closing days of the campaign. One of the district's top five point producers, Kallestad was also the Lady Lute rebound leader.

Paula Brown Wins Four C-C Nordic Ski Races There's more than one Apollo in the rapid flight business. Take a Paula Brown, junior nordic racer on the PLU ski team. Brown, in regular season com­ petition, won four straight 7.5 kilometer cross country races and teamed with Kirsti Rigness and Frances Terry to win an equal number of 3 x 5 kilometer relay events. In alpine, Karl Serwold, Robert Fix, Jimmy Brazil, and Sue sarich qualified for regionals.

Pacific Lutheran U n iversity's winningest basketball season in two decades was brought to an untimely end Feb. 28 when Cent­ ral Washington defeated the Lutes in the sudden death opener of the District I NAIA playoffs. The Lutes finished the season with 1 9 victories and eight losses. No PLU team has won more than 1 9 since 1 965-66. They also tied for t h e N o rt h west C o n f e re n ce championship for the second straight year. The Lute hoop trip was not unlike a ride on a metropolitan bus line. Getting to the destination hinged on transfers. Jeff Valen­ tine, 6-6 Lute senior forward who t ra nsferred from Alaska - Fa i r­ banks, had double digit scoring deposits in 14 straight games and led the team with a 1 5.8 scoring average. He also pulled down an average of eight "boards" a game. C entralia Community College product Dan Gibbs, a 6-3 junior guard, finished strong to record a 1 4.4 points per game average. Four year veteran Gary Koessler, a 6-4 forward, finished strong to post a 1 4.9 scoring average. Bruce Haroldson's cagers used the runn ing game and uncanny

shooting accuracy to post 1 2 straight home victories i n Olson Auditorium after dropping the season opener. PLU shot 54.7 per cent from the floor as a team, obliterating the previous school record of 48.6.

Two Lute Wrestlers capture Tourney Crowns It's not a very verbal sport, but PLU wrestlers gave the opposition a lot of Lipp this season and most of the foes ended up crying Wolfe. Approach ing the bi- distr i ct meet, mat mentor Dan Hensley had seven grapplers with winning records. Two Lutes, Jeff Lipp and Chris Wolfe, captured Washington C o l l eg iate Tournament crowns. Lipp, a senior who was a late starter because of illness, built up a 1 2-1 mark in the 1 77 pound bracket. Wolfe, a junior who wres­ tles at 1 42, reached the final weeks of the season 30-5. Wolfe shared the victory lead with Phil Anthony, 1 34, who was 30-8.


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NAIA Selects PLU

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More Crowns In Spring Foreca st

Lute Football Team Will 'Open'

'S5 Sea son On French Riviera Majestic Mount Rainier won't be visible from the site of Pacific Lutheran's first three 1985 foot­ ball games, but Prince Rainier may be just down the road. The PLU football team has been selected, by the NAIA and Athletic Enterprises, to participate in the French Riviera Football Classic the last two weeks of July. Sponsored by the French Euro­ pean Sports Federation , the for­ mat calls for the Lutes to join the top team from Germany, Italy, and France i n a round-robin series. Between July 15 and July 31, PLU will play games i n Monaco, Cannes, and Nice. AMERFOOT, the governing body of international American football in Europe, is funding this cultural exchange program, with the ex­ ception of the round trip air fare, which will be paid for by the team members and coachi ng staff. Making up the travel squad will be members of the 1984 Lute team, i n c l u di n g s o o n - t o- graduate seniors. William Jewell College of Uberty, Missouri, PLU's opening round foe in the 1981 national playoffs, re­ presented the NAIA i n the 1984 European program.

Booster Tour Planned

A special tour for parents, alum­ ni, and friends is being put togeth­ er by PLU vice president emeritus Milt Nesvig, The tour package, priced at $1695, will include trans­ portation, lodging, and some me­ als, plus sightseeing in France, ItalY,and Switzerland. This booster group will fly to and from Europe with the football team - and will take in the three Lute games. For further information, con­ tact Rev. Milt Nesvig, Mortvedt Archives, Pacific Lutheran Univer­ sity, Tacoma, WA 98447, (206) 5357586.

Host Families Needed For Japanese Students International Training and Ex­ change (INTRAX) is seeking host families for Japanese students visiting the Pierce County area this summer, These students have been sel ected for maturity, academic excellence, and fluency in the English language. Families interested in hosting students should call Paul A. Ellis, Program Co-ordinator, at 8628092.

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GOLF - Bruce Haroldson will make his first move at the gaming i table with the two of clubs , . . Graduation summoned four -_0: , members of the six-man squad which swept Northwest Small , College Classic, Northwest Conference, and NAIA District 1 title, enroute to a 14th place national finish . . . PLU has captured six classics, ten NWC crowns, and four district trophies in the past twelve years . . . Haroldson will build his hand around fairway aces Todd Gifford and Bob Britt . . . Gifford, defending district medalist, shot a 318 at nationals, a mark equaled by Britt, who was third at both the class and district tests. SOFTBALL - Toni Turnbull could incur the wrath of women activists, because she's gone to bat for a different ERA . . . The Lady Lute softball coach likes to muse over the miniscule 0.89 earned run average carved by her 1984 pitching staff . . . PLU, 16-11-2 last year, has two premiere hurlers back, Monica Aughnay and Machelle Chalstrom . . , Aughnay posted a 13 -9 log with an 0.77 ERA . . , Chalstrom was 2-2 and 1. 37 as a frosh . . . Other key figures are AII-WCIC shortstop Karen Kvale, all-leagu e outfielder Lisa Owens, and outer gardener Stacy waterworth, who had a team-high ,320 aluminum average, MEN'S TENNIS - Washington State Governor Booth Gardner • may face nepotism charges , . , His son, Doug, has earned a / , supreme court appointrr' ent and is one of PLU's ni.ne-for-.nine . \' ! gang , , , There are nme Lute netters back with national tournament experience . . . PLU has won both the conference and district for nine straight years , , . PLU, 20-6 last year, 13th at nationals, will again pair Gardner with Paul Koessler . . . They doubled their gold pleasure at the NWC and district levels . , . Randall Stradling, NWC champion as a frosh, is back , . . Fitto, Eddie Schultz, PLU's biggest winner (31-6), defending district singles king, WOMEN'S TENNIS - Stacia Edmunds, who helped pave the way for PLU to roll to tennis nationals four straight years, is now in the asphalt racket . . . A member of PLU's 1984 squad, which was 17-6, ninth at the NAIA tourney, the new coach hopes to lead the Lady Lutes to a third straight district title . . . Carolyn Carlson, back at number one singles, was 17- 8 and claimed a share of the district doubles gold . . . Chris Dickinsen, Pollyann Brynestad, and Paula Lindquist were 21-5, 21-8, and 23-5 respectively . . , ••

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MEN'S TRACK - Brad Moore is throwing all caution to the wind when he offers his season outlook, which hinges on the length of throws with and against the breeze , , . PLU, second in ; league, third at district, has two javelin standouts, All-American . Mike Heelan, fourth at nationals (219-Ol, and Craig Stelling, NWC and district king . . . Tim Shannon, NWC discus and hammer champ in 1983 , is back , , . Ditto, PLU i ntermediate hurdles record-holder Dave Maines, who sat out last year . . . Scott Killingsworth (pole vault), Dave Hale (1500l, and Paul Barton (10,000) will defend NWC titles. WOMEN'S TRACK - Brad Moore is a modern-day Noah, with two of nearly every thinclad species . . . PLU, third at district. 18th at nationals, will go after a fifth straight WClC crown . . . Moore has hurdlers Karen Bell, two­ time WCIC champion, and transfer Jen nie Crill, an NCAA All-American; AII­ America high jumper Holly Wilson and NWC vertical leader Denise Bruce; 18-foot frosh long jumpers Kim McLean and Vicki Salmi; javelin specialists Nancy Shryock and Carol Wester; runners Denise Stoaks, two-time 800 meter WCIC champ, and six-scroll distance AIlAmerican Kristy purdy. .

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BASEBALL - Anyone organizing a hit parade should contact PLU 's grand Marshall . . , Second-year coach Larry Marshall watched �ute hitters �arade to the plate and drumout a . �23 team batting average In 1984 , , . Seven . 300-plus swatsmlths are back' from a squad which came with in four outs of capturing the district title (13-17 overaJl) . . . All-district outfielder John Panko is coming off a .411 season, outfielder Greg Perlot .387, all-league shortstop Jim Minniti .346, outfielder Maury Wright .342, second sacker Gregg Leach .311, first baseman Pat Hogan .305 and designated hitter Bill Bankhead .305 . MEN'S CREW - While the competitive rowing juices are starting to flow, it sure doesn't taste like V8 . , . PLU has a case for V8, since there are five rowers back from the varsity eight which cruised to victory in the 1984 Meyer Cup , . . The big boat. stroked by Rolf Agather, will include Jeff Glenn, Matt Hensel, Kevin Klepser, and Duncan stoops . . . The Lutes will have experienced hands at stroke, bow, and coxswain when the light four goes to sea . . . Jeff Aim, Roger Shanafelt. and Colleen Chase were aboard the four, which placed second at the Western Sprints.

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WOMEN'S CREW - Helen of Troy may be the face that launched a thousand ships, but Dave Peterson of Parkland has cast a glance at just as many . . . The tenth-year PLU skipper has four oarswomen back from the varsity eight shell which rega possession of the Lamberth Cup , . . Connie E liason, Jean Luce, Denise Stelling, and Beth Sliter have seats reserved , , , In the light four, which finished fourth at the 1984 Women's National Rowing champion­ ships, there are four mates returning, stroke Lise Lindborg, Lisa Roleder in seat three, Trice Carlson in two, and Robynn Rockstad in bow,


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Colleagues Honor Marv Harshman, Nation 's Winningest Basketball Coach, On Eve Of Retirement After 40 Years Marv Harshman

retired high school athletic direcHis 1957 squad, 28-1, lost to tor: " Harsh is an evangelist for eventual national champion Tenwhat is right about participation in nessee state 71-70 in the semifinsports ." al . Harsh, district coach of the year America's coterie of sports junkPLU grad Art Larson, retired high seven times, was inducted into the ies, who relish statistical trivia school principal: "Even tempered, NAIA Hall of Fame in 1972. appetizers and entrees of numerlong suffering , and always apAt Washington state, he directical bulk, will most assuredly deproachable within and outside our ed the Cougars to three Pac-10 vour the digital dessert whipped immediate family, the four Larson runnerup finishes. After winning up by Marv Harshman, one of the Pac- 10 title last year at brothers-in-law have always admired Marv's successes, commisPLU's favorite sons. Washington, Harshman was cited Those l e s s obses sed with erated with him over his setbacks, as Kodak NCAA Division 1 Coach of and vicariously enjoyed being rehyphens and decimals can savor the Year and Pac-10 Coach of the another dimension of the class Year (second time in three sealated to a great person and percoach and solid citizen who nixed sonality. " sons). He coached the West squad the notion that nice guys finish in the 1984 College All -America Former PLU ahtlete Lute Jerstad, conqueror of Mount Everest, last. Game. There's no circumventing the now an international adventure The den wall in Marv's north entrep reneur : ' 'I ' l l al ways be Seattle home sags from the numbers, which are bold and brilliant. Harshman, 67, who will grateful for his guidance, for his weight of plaques. On the Board of retire as University of Washington dignity and determination, which Directors of the National Basketbasketball mentor this April after set a high standard for all his ball Hall of Fame, he's past presi40 years in the X-and-O trade, is players. " dent of the National Association of the winningest active Division 1 Earl Luebker, associate editor of Basketball Coaches, 1975 Seattle hoop coach in the game today. the Tacoma News Tribune, who Man of the Year in sports, and PLU The 1942 PLU grad entered his covered PLU sports during the Distinguished Alumnus. H e coachfarewell season with a career mark Harshman era: "At PLU, Harsh did ed the Uni ted States team which of 620 victories and 438 losses. H is the players' laundry, housed and captured the gold in the 1975 Pan PLU log reads 241-121 (1946-58), taught them. I think he's been in American games. 155- 181 at Washington State semi -retirement the past 27 Success and popularity are sepa(1959 - 7 1 ) , and 2 2 4 - 1 3 6 a t years." rate summits. Harshman 's former Washington (1072-). players, contemporaries, and the Former Lute athlete Phil NordOn the ledger of NCAA Division quist, now a PLU history procespotentially harshest (no pun in1's all-time winningest coaches, tended) critics, the press, harsor: "The most striking and attracHarsh is sixth, one line below the tive recollection of Harsh as a monize on the sterling qualities of legendary John Wooden of UCLA person and coach was that he a man who scaled both peaks Harsh earned a myriad of honnever used anybody. You can't say enroute to the pinnacle of his ors as a player. The Lake Stevens that about many coaches." profession. Former p Lu at hlete 8u d Ha tte y Product captai ned and calI ed S i 9 e n n e n __ ___ , __�_ __ co u d t_ i _ _ O_ p_ ag _ _ 13 ___--1 _ _ ,--_______________ _ _____ ________________________ __________________�_ By Jim Klttllsby

nals for the Lute football teams of 1939-41, which won 18 straight games and three consecutive conference titles. A three -time all league fullback, Marv led Pacific Coast college scorers all three seasons and was named New York Sun All-American i n 1941. Harshman was also all-conference in basketball. Pro football's Chicago Cardinals drafted Harsh in 1942, but World War II had a prior claim on his services. Following a three-year stint in the Navy, Marv concurrently pursued graduate work at UW, played pro basketball and football for the Tacoma Mountaineers and Seattie-Tacoma Indians, and embarked on a PLU coaching career. Harshman, married to the former Dorothy Larson, PLU's first Homecoming Queen, wore several coaching hats in Parkland. At one time or other in his 13-year reign, he was head honcho in football , basketball, baseball, and track, as well as athletic director. The Harshman boys - Richard, David, and Brian had a steady diet of basketball. Dave went on to coach in the college and professional ranks after earning his master's degree at PLU. Marv coached four NAIA District 1 champions at PLU and took his team to the national championships in 1955-56-57-58. During that stret ch, the Lutes were 91 - 19.

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Radio station owner Clay Hun­ tington, w h o bro a d cast Lute games d uring the Harshman era : "There's never been, i n my broad­ casting and telecasting career, another person l i ke Marv Har­ shma n. He was one of a kind, a credit to sports. "

Marv always had a good word for the opposing coach, myself i n ­ cluded . He never badmouthed anyone and didn't ta lk about him­ self. " Former PLU athlete Chuck Cur­ tis, PLU's fi rst basketball Ali -Ameri­ can and the school's a l l -ti me lead­ ing scorer, now a n automobile sa l e s m a n a g e r : " H a r s h a n d Dorothy were like second parents to me. Marv real ly cared about his players, not just i n basketball, but our academic and personal life as wel l . " Sportscaster Bob Robertson, who did radio play-by-play of Harsh man's tea ms at PLU, WS U , a n d U W : " He's the kind of person

Former Lute athlete Jim Van Beek, now PLU dean of admis­ sions: " I have always had a deep sense of love and res pect for H a rs h . I was b lessed with a fantast­ ic mentor and role model who rea l ly cared for me. His influence has affected my life in many ways . " Tacoma atto rney Neil Hoff, Mooring Mast ed itor duri ng Har­ shma n 's playing career at PLU : " From the moment I met h i m 45 years ago, it was apparent Harsh would never get into a situation where he'd have to stretch his integrity . " Fromer P L U athlete Roger Iver­ son, a member of the NAIA Hall of Fame, now a high school ad minis­ trator: " H a rsh let you be creative on the court. He was very good psychologically with the players, not just the starters, but with those who were on the bench . " Former Washington State bas­ ketba ller Tommy Tommervik, now a Parkla n d dentist: "His legacy to the game will be the same as a Hank I ba (Okla homa State), John Wooden (UCLA), and Ray M eyer ( DePa ull. It's not his cha mpion­ ships and the wins, but how he played the game." Dave Harshman, who played for

his dad at Washi ngton State, now an N BA Scout and TV ana lyst: " H e sti ll h a s the s a m e drive to b e a perfectionist that he had when I was a l ittle kid. " Rev. Roy Olson, former PLU public relations d irector, now re­ tired : "I was with Will Nessly, sports editor of the Everett Herald a couple of years ago, at a time when Marv was taking some heat from the area media. Nessly said, ' I ' ll tell you what's wrong with Hars h . One th ing. He won't lie: As his l o n g - t i m e P L U recru it i n g partner, I can verify that. " John Heinrick, long -ti m e athlet­ ic d irector and coach at the U n ­ iversity of Puget Sound, a member of the NAIA Hall of fa me, now retired : "In tal k i n g to the media,

Doug Her/and 73, a t left with President Ronald Reagan, was a bronze medal winner in rowing at the 1984 summer Olympics in Los Angeles. Unable to attend Homecoming last fall to receive his PLU Alumnus of the Year award, he returned to campus Feb. 16 and was honored during halftime of the PLU-Linfield basketball game right. Members of the PLU crew team crossed oars in his honor during the awar s ceremony /n his left hand is a bag of lead used to "make weight" in the Olympic shell which he presented to PLU

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you 're glad you knew . Marv Har­ shman made my work fu n . There were never tantru ms or u n ­ pleasantries, even after a tough loss. " Tacoma author a nd sports his­ torian John McCallum: "As m uch as Harshman has accompl ished in basketba l l , I just can 't disassociate him from footbal l . When I was a newspaper writer in New York, the brillia nt journalist for the New York Sun, George Trevor, told me that Harsh was the fi rst sma ll college player ever named to his paper's All -America tea m . This was trig­ gered, in part, by a recommenda­ tion from one of footbal l ' s i m mor­ tals, Amos Alonzo Stag g . " Tom Cross, su pervisor o f the Washi ngton Association of Col­ legiate Officials, who played pro basketball with Harshman in the mid -40s: "M arv has always been forthright. I remember h i m say­ ing, 'Cross - you're not a bad offici a l . I 'd be ha ppy to have you work any game of average import­ a nce. " Gene Lundgaard, who played for Harshman and succeeded h i m as Lute coach, still active as a PLU physical education professor: "I know Marv is an outsta nd ing fath­ er, h u s b a n d , perso n , fri e n d , teacher, and coach, but one ques­ tion . Why doesn't he wea r those bright red socks on game nig hts a nymore (his trademark at PLU)? " Sterling Harshman, Marv's older brother (by two years), who still holds two PLU spring records i n track, a retired high school coac h : "We were very competitive a s kids. We'd fight a nd drive our mother crazy. Marv wou l d battle you, but he was always fair. He's a very honest m a n . Everything to h i m is black or white. There are no grays . " Dave James, retired Sim pson Timber executive, who covered PLU sports for the Tacoma News Tribune during Harshma n's play­ ing career: ' ' I 've never seen a change in h is temperament in the 46 years I 've known h i m . A g reat competitor, Marv could always go from gritted teeth to a smile real qu ickly . As a coach, he has the great knack of self- effacement, but can stil l let people know he's in command . " Olson Auditoriu m , the h u b of PLU athletics, is named i n honor of Marv's coach, Cliff Olson, a retired Parkl a n d resident: "Marv weath -

ered a financial struggle at PLU to become an excellent stu d e n t , great athlete, and wonderful per­ son . The tougher the challenge, the better he got . " Former PLU athlete Jack John­ son, now a N a t i o n a l football League offi cia l : "Harsh is a fierce competitor, but a real gentlema n . He's the type of person , who, after a hard fought game, will invite the opponents over to his house for cake and coffee . " Retired Parkland busi nessman Marv Tommervik, two-time Lute footba ll AII -Americar ' . who both played and coached with Marv at PLU : "Harsh has the u nique ability to leave adversity on the court and go home . " Tacoma sports promotor Doug McArthur, one-time radio voice of PLU football and basketba l l : "Grea­ ter tha n all his coaching success, h e w a s t h e b e s t s u m m er groundskeeper a t o l d C h e n e y Field. One night in 1 956, at the age of 38, he even filled in for a missing player. Wou ldn't you know it - he went u p to the plate and ri pped a double off the right field wall . " Lute publ icist during the Har­ shman coaching era , Milt Nesvig, PLU vice president emeritus: ' ' I ' m reminded of Genesis 6 : 4 : 'There were gia nts on the earth in those days : Harsh was one of them outstanding player a n d coach. a leader of people, and a man of deep spiritual and mora l convic­ tions. "

New PLU Video Available For U se By Cro u ps "Something Special , " a 20- mi­ nute videotape descri bing Pacific Lutheran Un iverSity. has been pro­ d uced by PLU Television for use by alumni. admissions, development, church relations and other ca m ­ p u s organizations. Funded by a $9,000 grant from Aid Association for Lutherans. the tape focuses on the PLU experi­ ence from a l u m n i . student and faculty viewpoi nts. Ta king advantage of on-ca mpus and volunteer talent, the tape was completed for a small fraction of the cost of similar commercial efforts, yet takes advantage of state-of-the art video production tech niq ues. according to Dr. Mar­ tin Neeb, executive d i rector of university com m unications at PLU . The video is na rrated by ' 7 4 alum nus Don' Poier, a vetera n Tacoma a n d Seatt l e television sportscaster. Copies of "Somethi ng special" are ava i la b l e for use by alumni, church and other groups, for more information. contact PLU Television, (206) 5 3 5 - 7267


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A l u mni Board Service Is A S pecial Opport unity

By Connie (Idstrom) Hager '63 Vice-president, Alumni Association

hiS is the fifth year I have served on the Alumni Board of PLU and I consider it a great honor to be representing you. One of the benefits of being on the board is visiting the campus three times a year and seeing the changes that occur in the campus itself. The most spectacular addition in the past few years, of course, is the science building. Our last board meeting coincided with the dedication and tour of the building. What a magnificent building and source of pride for PLU. I couldn't help but note the pride in the student's voices as they led tours through the building. (I'd like to be a student now and take my chemistry and biology classes again!!) Another benefit of being on the board is

renewing old acquaintances and making new friends. PLU is a wonderful "family" to be a part of. My daughter, who is a PLU freshman, is finding out how special that "family" is, too. People I never knew while I was a student at PLU are now cherished friends and we all have a common bond . If you are asked at some time to serve on the board for a four­ year term or as a one-year member-at-Iarge, I urge you to do so. You'll never regret it. It's a marvelous opportunity to represent PLU in your community as well. It's been a very special part of my life and I'm sureyou'd find it a challenging and fun time. I hope many of you will be able to meet our new alumni director, Walter Shaw, this year. If you are on cam pus, please stop by the Alumni Office and meet him, or if he is in your area at a chapter event, please go and get acquainted. We look forward to knowing him better and working with him. In January we met with him for the first time and he has

Walter Shaw is The New Director Of Alumni Relations At PLU

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LLOYD NY HUS, M . D . , was named Distinguished Alum n us for 1 983 by the Medical College of Alabama i n Birmingham just this past year. O n December 9, 1 984 he flew to Paris to be installed as a Fellow of the National Academy of Medicine and to receive a Doctoris Honoris Causa from the U n ­ iversity of Strasbou rg .

Rev. and M rs. DON GAARDER (Alta Prestbye '55) are living in Pierre, S . D . , where D o n h a s celebrated 25 years i n the ALC ministry. H i s church w i l l have a new sa nctuary which will seat 600 people by Easter. Alta is a third-grade teacher.

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RICHARD CLARE is investigator for the district attorney family support division of Shasta county in Redding, Calif. His son, Jeff graduated from PLU at Winter Commencement Dec. 1 5 , 1 984.

H E N RY L. ERICKSON, Couquitlam, B . c . . is employed as coordinating chaplain by the Royal Columbian Hos­ pital in New Westminster. The Colum ­ bian i s a 600-bed patient hospital serving the large population base of the Fraser Valley. In addition he has just been given the additional respon ­ sibility of Eagle Ridge, a new acute care facility of 250 patients in Port Moody. His wife, Carol, is a n u rsing supervisor at Riverview Hospital, a provincial psychiatric facility i n Coquitlam CECIL TUNGSVIK retired from teach­ ing i n Abuurn, Wash , two years ago following 30 years of teaching.

1952 J U LIA (Johnson x'52) WATNESS has earned a Certified Professional Secret­ ary certificate. She was one of 32 from Washington State and the first from Clover Park School District (Tacoma) to earn the honor.

19454 ART KIMBALL, Yokohama, Japan, is a full-time teacher at Kanto Gakuin U niversity in Yokohama and co- E n ­ glish editor o f a new international poetry journal. Poetry Kanto, which features two-thirds Japanese poet­ ry/poets (in Japanese) and one-third poetry/poets in English . Issue n umber two is due out in August 1 985.

some interesting things planned for the Alumni. One of the main emphases of the Alumni Board is programs - through our chapters. We'd like to hear from you alums as to what you'd like to hear from PLU and what the Alumni Association can do for you. Please drop a line to the office and let us know. We really are interested in knowing what PLU can do in your area. The Communications Department has pro­ duced a couple of new videotapes of the campus that are excellent. "Stroll Thru Time" and "Lutes: Something Special" are available; if you'd like to have one or both of them at your area gathering or chapter meeting, let us know. They are constantly being updated to keep up with all the changes going on aroun d campus. PLU is a wonderful school that has done much for so many of us. A Christian university in the shadow of a beautiful mountain with a myriad of opportunities for thousands what more could we want?! Thanks PLU!

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1960 YVON NE BRAUN E has been appoint­ ed division manager of the Tacoma Department of Public Utilities. She formerly served as assistant controller in the department. SHIRLEY (Harmon) HANSO N , Port­ land, Ore . , has been elected to fellow­ ship in the American Academy of N u rsing She is a professor in and chairperson of the Family Nursing Department at The Oregon Health Sciences University. Shirley has con­ ducted extensive research in the area of family health and parenti ng. Her most recent research studies, " Health Assessment of Single Parent Families" and "Cha racteristics and Child Cus­ tody Arrangement for Healthy Single­ Parent families," a nd prior work have resulted in the publication of several a rticles and books.

1961 NORMAN O . DAHL is a professor of philosophy at the university of M i n ­ nesota. H i s book, Practical Reason, Aristotle, and Weakness of the Will, was recently published by the U n iver­ sity Press. Continued on page 16

Walter Shaw of Seattle, former associate vice - p re s i d e n t a n d branch executive for the YMCA of Greater Seattle, has been appOint­ ed director of alumni relations at Pacific Lutheran University. Shaw, 52, spent 29 years as a YMCA executive in California, Port­ land, Ore. , and Seattle before assuming his new duties at PLU Jan. 7. He has served in Seattle for the past 1 5 years. "I am honored to have been selected to be director of alumni relations because of the fine repu­ tation of PLU as an institution of higher education," said the father of two current PLU students, junior Karen and freshman Steven . "PLU alumni are loyal a n d com­ mitted to the university," he add­ ed. "It is my hope that I can assist in increasing the level of involve­ ment, both in terms of university service to alumni and alumni ser­ vice to the university. "I see one of my important functions being to encourage alumni to motivate one another to assist PLU through sharing of their God-given gifts of time, talents . and treasure . " Shaw invites suggestions and communication from alumni. ex­ pressing his desire to rapidly be­ come better acquainted wit h alums. "PLU has a strong Alumni association program now. I hope we can continue to build on that strength , " Shaw continued. In Seattle Shaw served as vice­ president of the Shoreline Rotary Club and chaired that group's sponsorshi p of the Seattle Sym­ phony Orchestra 's Family Concert.

Walter Shaw

He has been a member of the Shoreline Community Council, the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce Community Development Com­ mittee, and a deacon at St. Matth­ ew Lutheran Church in Edmonds. As a Y M CA execut i v e , h e s pearheaded numerous com­ munity outreach programs and guided a 1 972 $ 330,000 capital fund cam paign. He holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Los Angeles State College. Shaw's wife, Renee, is a teacher who specializes in dealing with language disabilities.


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Alums Provide Program Guidance

Ja il Ed ucation Director Believes Ed ucation Chea per Than Inca rceration

By Judy Davis

Anita Londgren '59 is coordinat­ ing an educational program in the Pierce County Jail which encour­ ages inmates to "stretch their horizons. " "We're trying to whet the in­ mate's appetite for learning," said Anita, who has a degree in elementary education. Ani ta 's husband, Richard, is a graduate of PLU; they have a daughter, Karin, a senior at PLU; a daughter, Kristin, a 1984 PLU graduate; and a son, Eric, a University of Washington graduate. Anita was sitting among shelves of books and magazines lining the walls of the temporary library of the new Pierce County Jail. Viewed as a "door opener to educational help" by Anita, the library began as stacks of magazines and paper­ backs passed around to inmates in dog-eared cardboard boxes. Now, it includes some 15,000 donated volumes of paperback and hard­ back fiction and non-fiction, academic textbooks and work­ books for all skill levels, law books and other types of resource mate­ rial. " Each month, we also receive a donation of 500 new paperback books from an anonymous pub­ lisher," said Anita who manages the library in conjunction with her responsibility for the jail educa­ tional program. There are now 23 sturdy boxes with lids - one for every 20 prisoners - filled weekly with an assortment of fiction, non-fiction and academic reading material and delivered to the jail inmates. Anita is assisted by volun­ teers and "trustees," inmates who have earned the privilege of work­ ing in the library. · "By including educational mate- - . rial in the boxes, we try to subtly encourage inmates to develop their academic skills," Anita point­ ed out. She indicated nearly 75 percent of the 500 or so jail prisoners do not have a high school diploma; most are under the age of 25. "In the library, we also fulfill requests for reading material, " said Anita, sifting through a stack of requests for books on such subjects as basic math, child de-

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velopment. basic Spanish, English kings, poetry and time manage­ ment. The jail library is a testimony to the value of a program which was spawned at PLU to provide job counseling and educational help to jail inmates . In 1978, former PLU sociology professor Dr. Katherine Briar in­ itiated a trial employment prog­ ram to help inmates obtain jobs after their . release from jail . Dr. Briar was the first director of the Jail Employment Program UEP) which involved P LU students, alumni and staff in a variety of volunteer capacities. One of the original staff members who work­ ed with Dr. Briar in the federally funded program was PLU alum Pat (Williams 78) Anthony. In 1981, operation of the JEP program was transferred to the Pierce County Sheriff's Depart­ ment under the direction of Kit Bail. a part-time PLU instructor. At that time, Milt Harkness '59 was added to the staff to provide employment counseling, job as­ sistance and post-employment supports to inmates. The program also was expanded to include Anita's services as education coor­ dinator, responsible for assessing the educational needs of inmates who request educational assist­ ance and coordinating resources

that will meet their educational needs. In that capacity, Anita places a great deal of emphasis on helping inmates obtain their Gen­ eral Education diploma, the equi­ valent of a high school diploma, often using resources of Tacoma Community College. As the scope of the program expanded, so did the acronym describing it: The JEP program became the JEEP program - The Jail Employment and Educational Program. The JEEP program at­ tracted not only staff members with PLU backgrounds, but also tutors with PLU ties, including Kate Monroe, PLU language professor emeritus; alumnae Patty Freese 76, Connie (Thompson '59) Otjen and J a n i c e Caruso ' 70; and graduate student Marylou Born. Dr. John Schiller served as the original chairman of the advisory committee for the program. In 1984, the JEEP program be­ gan to face financial cutbacks: The federal funds supporting it ran out. and the county was only able to contribute a portion of the budget. The rest of the funding

was left to Anita and Milt who remained on the staff after the cutbacks. "We tried to keep the JEEP program going with funds from private sources and donations, but it was very difficult to carry out our job responsibilities and con­ duct fund-raising activities, too," she said. In 1984, Milt worked for three months without pay, but finally was forced to take a job else­ where. When he left, the JEEP program ended. However, Anita, who also had been working with­ out pay for three months, was able to negotiate two special ser­ vice contracts with the county to continue the educational aspects of the program in 1985. But there's a catch: although her role as library manager is funded by the sheriff's depart­ ment, she has had to find outside support for her functions as edu­ cational coordinator since there was no money in the budget for those responsibilities. However, Anita is hopeful funds for those duties will be included in next year's budget of the Pierce Coun­ ty Department of Corrections and Detention and Corrections Center. Despite the financial snafus en­ countered in administering the jail educational program, Anita re­ mains undaunted in her convic­ tion it is worthwhile for the in­ mates, and, ultimately, for society as a whole. "Education is a lot less costly than incarceration," she e m ­ phasized. " I believe the county jail is a good arena for offering help with basics such as reading, math and English because I have seen firsthand how a person's attitude, behavior and self-esteem improve when he or she begins to over­ come the handicap of illiteracy. " The former PLU alumni board member added, "I derive a great sense of satisfaction in helping prisoners set and achieve educa­ tional goals, raise their self-es­ teem and return to the communi­ ty with a much better chance for living as law-abiding citizens who take responsibility for their lives."


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A part of life and duty Service A High Priority For Entrepreneur Jerry Armstrong

Jerry Armstrong's m ulti-million dollar UIC, Inc. in Joliet, III . , is creating jobs in a region where cutbacks and layoffs are a more com mon employment norm . UIC Inc. provides analytical in­ strumentation for chemical and biochemical research. It is the exclusive distributor for several foreign manufacturers of tech­ nological products which a re sold throughout North A merica to pet­ roeum petrochemical and phar­ ' maceutical firms and research in­ stitutions. The 1 960 PLU chemistry-biology graduate started his business 20 years ago in the basement of his home with a $3,000 loan. And the business continues to g row rapid­ ly. Sales rose 1 00 percent three years ago, 72 percent two yea rs ago, and a two-fold increase was a nticipated for 1 984. According to Armstrong, UIC

also develops software and sells it along with Hewlett- Packard com ­ puters to petroleum and pet­ rochemical companies. The com­ pany which bega n with Jerry and wife, Elaine, as the only employees now provides jobs for 32 people, eight of whom a re chemists. Daughter D o n n a , w h o n o w heads U I C sales activities in Hous­ ton, Tex . , attended PLU for three years before transferring to Lewis University for her senior year. In 1 972 Armstrong purchased controlling interest in Unimetrics Corporation, based in Anaheim, Calif. Unimetrics manufactures li­ q u id d ispensi n g devices sold worldwide to the scientific com­ munity. "It is a unique company," he said. "It is one of three in the world with the ability to make very high precision bore g lass tubing which is used in the manufacture

of its products . " The company has 36 employees. Armstrong has also been active in com m unity and professional circles. He has been an officer or director of n u merous scientific organizations. And though he is renowned as a business executive, he m a i nta i ns t h a t " I a m a chemist. " As such, he i s recog n i z e d worldwide a s a n authority o n instrumental methods of measur­ ing molecular weights of huge molecules. He has served as a bank director, a university advisory board memb­ er and chamber of commerce officer. "What really serves the good of the com m u n ity is the day­ to-day effort that we all put in without getting e motional , " he asserted. "People who are really interested in their com m unity and society stay at it for many years .

They don't expect money - i t i s a part of life and duty . "

duced five community college AII­ Americans since 1 974. BRENT OLSEN, Parkland, Wash., is public affairs officer for Washington State Department of Transportation District One office in seattle, Wash . LINDA (Rued) POI RIER, hu sba n d , Verne a n d son Kevin have moved to Port Townsend, Wash . , where linda is health and safety supervisor for Port Townsend Paper Corporation

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After nearly a quarter century, he still feels strongly influenced by his experiences at PLU. "To a large degree I a m indebted to PLU for what I a m a n d what I have achieved. The dedication and spirit of the faculty and staff has just got to impress any student, " he said . "I will be forever g rateful for the opportunity of attending this out­ standing institution," Armstrong added . "What I g ive back repre­ sents a small measure of my g ratitude. The people who chose to name the new science building in honor of Dr. Rieke a re to be commended . Dr. Rieke is truly a n o utsta n d i n g scie ntist-a d m inis­ trator. His credentials speak for themselves. PLU is indeed fortu­ nate to have such a man as president . "

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1963

HELEN WOlFF is a nurse practitioner at Fairlawn Towne and Care Center, a retirement facility operated by Luthe­ ran Homes and Hospitals in Gresha m , O r e . A s coordinator of resident health services, she maintains the health and well-being of the 1 30 people who live at the facility so that they can maintain their i n dependence.

MARGO (Holland) BRmO N and her husband, Craig, are devoted to the preservation of life on this planet. She works in "Beyond War" and initiated a church group, "Witnesses for Peace . " In 1 984 over 1 ,000 people in their church were touched by this prog ram . Margo a n d Craig have adopted two boys, Mike, age 8, and Jason, age 7, to add to their family of Melany, 1 6, and Trista, 1 9.

1962 PAT ( Mullen) DAHL has purchased a candy store in Minneapolis. The spe­ ciality of the house is fudge and she makes that product. She also has a complete line of other candies. SANDRY (Tynes) HAGEVIK is director of career development and placement for the Graduate School of Business and Public Managment at the Universi­ ty of Denver.

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1968

ROY HELMS, New Paltz, N Y. , · is corporate president of American Craft Enterprises, the ma rketing arm of the American Craft Council. LIN (Jacobson) NELSON has been named women's and men's diving coach at California State U niversity­ Hayward She will continue to maintain her position as swimming instructor and diving coach at Leney College i n Oakland, Calif . , where she has pro-

CONNIE FENTON is choir director at Peninsula High SChool, Gig Harbor, Wash. PHILIP FORMO has moved from Austin , Min n . to Rosevi l l e , M i n n . , where he is a pastor of a Lutheran church. Dr. and M rs. MARK SWANSON , Re­ dmond, Wash , are the parents of a daug hter, Kaari Maurelle, born Feb. 1 . she joins Nathan 7, Erika, 5 and Laef, 3 .

Lt. Cmdr. RICHARD N . HOlMES, San Diego, Calif. , has completed two con ­ secutive deployments to the Indian Ocean and North Arabian Sea flying Navy jets from the decks of the USS RANGER. He has pu rchased a house in San Diego and is looking forward to a set of shore orders. Richard found his last deployment particularily satisfying in that his squadron swept virtually every award available. He is cu rrently flying training missions in southern California in preparation for an up­ coming deployment aboard the USS KITIY HAWK.

1970 RIM ROBERT BAKER (CO N N I E GRUYS '68) have moved to Lynnwood, Wash , where Bob is director of counseling m inistries at Trinity Lutheran Church. Connie is academic secretary at John Continued on page 17


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Charitable Giving

Dr. LINDA ZURFLUH resigned h e r position as d i rector o f personnel with the Bellevue School District to accept an associate professors hip with West­ ern Washi ngton U niversity in educa ­ tional admin istration. Her appoint­ ment is at the Seattle campus

And Involvement A Challenge For Oregon Couple

1974

For Wilbert and Jeannette Koch of Gresham, Ore . , charitable g iving is a challenge. "It is a challenge to see how much you can really do," said M rs. Koch , known to most people as Kookie. Over the years, as their finances have permitted, the Kochs have increased their g iving, both to the church and to Christian higher ed ucati o n , p a rtic u l a rly Pacific Lutheran U niversity. One of their most recent decisions has been to a mend their will to make PLU the beneficiary of the two houses they own (Gresha m and Lake Havasu City, Ariz.l. The bequest, however, is only one of the ways that the Kochs support and serve on behalf of PLU . "PLU is where our hearts have always been," Mrs. Koch added . WiI, for exam ple, has worked for General Electric for nearly 30 years , H is charitable contributions a re matched by the company. The Koch's association with PLU goes back to the '40s. M rs. Koch g raduated from Pacific Lutheran in 1 946, and Wil attended follow­ ing his discharge from the military

scon BUSER was one of th ree young men from Lakewood that was named Outsta nding Young Men of America i n December 1 984. He was honored for outsta nding civic and p rofessional contribution to the com­ m u n ity, state and nation by a board of advisors and editors. He was selected from nomi nations received f r o m senators, cong ressmen, governors, mayors, state legislators, u n iversity and college presidents and deans as well as various civic g ro u ps , including the U n ited States Jaycees. Scott is c urrently servi ng as a member-at­ large on the PLU A l u m n i Board , K I M G R E E N - RIDER a n d h usband, Bob Rider, a re the parents of a daug hter, born Thanksgiving morning ( Nov 22, 1 984l. She has been named Lindgren M a rie Rider. They reside near Tallahas­ see, Fla . , and visitors are welcome at Rt. 1 , Box 3 1 1 8, Havana, FL 32333.

after World War I I . The older of thei r two sons, Peter, graduated from PLU in 1 973 . M rs, Koch , a music educator and musician who has recently cut her first vocal album, is in her second term on the PLU alumni board of directors. When people thi n k of PLU in the

P o rtland a rea , they thi n k of Kookie. For several years she has helped promote the annual PLU Christmas Festival Concert in Port­ land. "They needed help filling the auditorium," she recalls. "Publici­ ty was needed , which I provided, N ow the pastors know who I a m so they respond . "

b u rg Seminary in Dubu que, l a . , a n d h a s accepted a c a l l t o Z i o n Lutheran C h u rch, Atalissa, la. PAM E LA (Weeks) LEE is ad m i n istra­ tive operations manager for I B M in the Bay Area. She would love to hea r from PLU friends . , , her add ress is: 300 N . Civic D r. #307, Wa l n ut C reek, C A 94596. BOB and KATHY ( B u rwash x72) HAS­ SELBLAD have retu rned to Tacoma after two years i n Eastern washi ngton and n i n e years in Oregon, and a re enjoying the Puget So u n d a rea again Bob has opened a branch of Hasselb­ lad Lu mber Sales, the l u m ber broker­ age which he and his father own . Kathy i s a full-ti me homemaker, They have th ree children, Isaac, 1 1 ; Sara h , 9; a n d Anna, 3 . DAN HORSFALL a n d wife KATHY (Vodder 73), Eden Prairie, M i n n . , a re active in scientific p u rsuits, Dan is with the P rofessional Services division of Control Data Corporation as a principle ana lyst. Kathy works for Kal lestad Laboratories in the Research and De­ velopment Depart m e n t . Recently, Kathy has developed a test w h ich is used to detect multiple myel ma, a cancer of the bone- m a rrow. The test was released last s u m mer and has been Quite successful.

enjoying her new role as "mommy " . She says i t is a nice change after 1 1 years of teaching developmentally delayed pre-schoolers with Tacoma Public Schools.

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Class Notes B a styer C o l lege of N at u repathic Medici ne, M/M PAUL GOTZ ( PAnl SCHN ITI­ G R U N D) a re the parents of a daug hter, E lspeth M eg h a n , born Dec. 9, 1 984. She is thei r fi rst child.

1971 KATH ERI N E ANDRE, Honol u l u , Hawaii is completing her M , Ed . at the U n iver­ sity of Hawaii with emphasis in special education . Prior to moving to Hawaii she ta ught for 13 years i n T racy, Calif. VIRG I N IA (Willis) CORDTS and hus­ band Stu have moved to Anchorage, Alaska, where Stu is i n the Air Force at Elmendorf A F B , They have th ree chil­ d ren , ages, 9 , 7 , a n d 4,

1972 Correction : In the last issue of Scene we made a n error. JOHN BECK's seminary alma mater was inco rrectly identified . J o h n was ordained into the Lutheran m i n istry at Trin ity Lutheran C h u rch in Parkland on Oct. 28, 1 984. H e graduated last spring from wart-

correction The typo g remlins have been at it again! In the December issue of Scene, we announced the donation to PLU of a 32 -foot oil painting, "La Muraille, " It is by Galen Garwood of Seattle, not Gatewood, as the story indicated. Our a polog ies!

1975 M/M DANIEL EVJ E N ( P a u la Pudwill) a re the parents of a son, Stephen, born Dec. 26, 1 984. He joins a sister, Shaina . STA N LEY MARDER is instructor for computer a n d information sciences at San Diego Mesa College. J O H N PALM is assistant pastor at B rush Prairie Baptist C h u rch near Vancouver, Was h . , and has accepted the position of p rincipal of B rush Prai rie C h ristian School, operated by the ch u rch , His wife, Na ncy 75 is busy being a homemaker a nd taking care of thei r 1 6- month old son , David .

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1973 DAVE 72 , and J U DY (Swa lling) BEAT­ TY, Aberdeen, Wash . , a re the pa rents of a daug hter, Rachel Noelle, born Dec. 1 7, 1 984, She joins Kristine, 7 , and Rya n , 4 . S A N D Y ( Di m ler) PRIVEn and hus­ band, Bill, a re the pa rents of a son , Ryan Scott, born Oct. 8 , 1 984. Bill continues his work as a n electrician with Tacoma City Light a nd Sandy is

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DAWN (Gidmark) IRWIN is a co nsul­ tant for busi ness operations for Con­ trol Data Corpo ratio n , headqua rtered in Min neapolis

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LOGAN, MA 74, and VERNA ( Powers 76) HAZEN a re the pa rents of a daug hter, Jennifer Louise, born Sept 2 1 , 1 984. Logan is di rector for resident student develo pment, in charge of the student life prog ra m for the U n iversity of Southern California 's 6,200-bed housing system Verna is assistant d i rector of financial aid at Pasadena City College They live i n Pasaden a . KURT and DEANNA (Thorp 7 6 ) NOW­ ADNICK a re the parents of a son , Kyle Willia m, born Aug 6 , 1 984. The Now­ adn icks are living in Monroe, Wash , where K u rt is teaching h istory and w e i g h t t ra i n i n g at M o n roe High School . He also heads the football and wrestling programs. Dea n n a is i n the midst of a leave from her position as d i rector of marketing for Pacific West Securities, a brokerage firm i n Renton. M/M M ike Schwartz ( E LA I N E J O H N ­ SO N) are t h e parents o f a s o n , born J a n . 2. His name is A n d rew John and he joins a sister, Kelsey A n n , 3112 . Elaine is now at home with the children after having taught elementary school for a total of six years. Mike is a su rveyor for the u . s . Forest service. STEVE, '68, and VALERE ( Balch 76) U FER are the parents of a daug hter, Kristina A n n , born Nov. 1 6, 1 984.

KARl (Strandjord) BLANCO and h u s ­ b a n d , David, have been teac hing in Huslia, Alaska, a small Alaskan Indian village, for th ree years. They a re the parents of a son, C h ristopher, born in M a rc h , 1 984. M/M GLEN D U N HAM '80 ( C H E R Y L DA EHLlN 7 8 ) a re t h e pa rents o f a son, E ri k Josiah, born Jan. 6 in Prosser, Was h . He joins a sister, Kari, 2. C heryl has interru pted her career as a pu blic health n u rse to care for Kari and Erik. Glen continues to work i n Richland as a research engi neer studying silicon and galliu m arsenide materials for solar cell fabrication . LY N N FOERSTER received a Ph . D . i n cli nical psychology from t h e G rad uate S c h o o l of Psyc h o l o g y at F u l l e r T h eological Se minary i n Pasadena, Calif , and is now working at a mental health clinic and doing geriatric con ­ su ltation with a loc a l ret i r e m e n t home. Lynn would like to h e a r from PLU friends . The add ress is 760 S . M a rengo #1 5 , Pasadena, C A 91 1 06 . KAREN KNUTSEN was married Dec. 8 , 1 984 a t Betha n y Lutheran C h u rch i n Portland, Ore., to Daniel Brian Liebert of Portla n d . Karen works at her fam i ­ ly's resta u rant (La rry's Resta u rant) i n Portland a n d invites friends to drop i n i f they a r e o u t b y Clackamas Town Center. Her h usband is an insurance salesman. Following a honeymoon i n Norway the couple will live i n M i l ­ wa u kie. Capt THOMAS TVEIT recently retu rn­ ed from a deployment to M a ri n e Corps A i r Station Futenma, Oki n awa, Japan Tom is a member of M a rine Heavy Helicopter Sq uadron 363, based at Marine Corps Helicopter Air Station, Tustin, Calif

1977 Capt KATH LEEN C LE M E N C E MA 77, has b e e n d e c o ra ted w i t h t h e Meritorius Service Medal at Osan Air Base, South Korea. The Meritorious Service Medal is awa rded specifically f o r o u ts t a n d i n g n o n - c o m b a t meritorious ach ievement or service to the u .s. RON SPECK is a physical ed u cation instructor at Ladd Acres Elementary School in Aloha, O re . , and last fall was n a med the Oregon elementary school physical education teac her of the year by the Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

1979 MARIA-ALMA COPELA N D is a senior at Luther Northwestern Seminary. She has spent the past DNO years i n

Germany on intern ship where s he se rved as a chapla i n at u . s . Army i nstallations . G REG a n d KRISTIN ( Brown 79) HAHN are livi ng i n Boulder, Colo , where G reg is working as a post-doctora l research associate at the University of Col­ o ra d O - B o u lder. He com p leted his P h D . i n organic chem istry at the Un iversity of Californ i a - Davis. Kristin is a n a d m i n istrative assistant i n the vice cha ncellor's office at the Un iversity of Colorado. ALANA KOETJE was married on J a n . 5 to Dan L. M a rks . Alana has been a sales re p resenta t ive for Pace Chemical Company for the past two years. Dan is e m p l oyed at M a rks and Thomas Wholesale i n Kent, Wash . Their new home will be in Kirkland, Was h . TER ESA TRIM BLE, Olympia, Was h . , has co m pleted s i x weeks of flight n u rse tra i n i ng at Brooke Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex . , and will fly for the 40th Aeromed ica l E vac u a t i o n Sq uadron (reserve). S h e works a s a psychiatric n u rse ed ucator at St Peter Hospital in Olympia

1980 Capt RUSSELL M I LLER MA '80, has been decorated with the U . S . Air Force Commendation Medal at McG u i re Air Force Base, N . J . Capt SAM U E L STANSBERRY, M A '80, has been awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal at Tyndall A i r Force Base, Fla.

1981 JOEL OGARD's most recent major show of watercolors with the Lawr­ ence Gallery of Portland, Ore . were held in January and Feb ruary in th ree Oregon cities; Portland, sa lishan and Sherida n . This is Joel's third major show of watercolors since graduating from PLU i n 1 981 . He is cu rrently printing watercolors full time. KATHLEEN HOSFELD has been desig­ n ated chair of the national convention of the National Federation of P ress Women, wh ich will be h osted by the Washin gton chapter of th e Federation in J u n e 1 986. Kathy, cu rrent fa mily editor of the Skagit Valley Herald in Mount Vernon, WaS h . , is second vice­ president of the Washington P ress Association this year She was toast­ mistress at the WPA's a n n u a l Holiday

BALLOT (OFFICIAL BALLOT TO BE RETURNED BY MAY 1 , 1985

(Two boxes are provided for each nominee - second box t o be used ONLY .fbuth husband and wife are PLU alums.)

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(Vole/or one) Glenn Campbell '60 Eugene, OR

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1982 RUTH FISC H E R was ma rried in A u ­ gust t o CRAIG WRIGHT, '83, and a re living in Seattle, Was h . , where both a re attending the U n iversity of Was h i n g ­ ton Medical School. LAURIE HU B BARD is a n i m m i g ration inspector at Anchorage International Ai rport, Anchorage, Alaska. KATHY J O H NSON, a registered n u rse at Mercy Hospital in Wil listo n , N D . is a member of the "Reach Out Singers . " T h e g rou p i s sponsored b y "Outreach For C h rist, International," a non -de­ nomi national, non - p rofit org a n i zation based in Sioux Falls, S . D . Kathy is tou ring with the other 1 4 members of the g ro u p from Oct 1 984 t h rough May 1 985 . They a re traveling t h rough the midwest, south and southeastern U n ited States , a nd then on to Israel, Egypt and Kenya, Africa . Upon com­ pletion of her n i n e - month singing tour, she plans to resume her n u rsing career. P H I L KO M O R N I K has been a p pOi nted the new executive vice-preside n t ­ Im anager b y the board of d i rectors of the Lakewood Area Cha mber of Com­ merce. Phil has been the Pa rkland­ 'Spanaway and U niversity Place Area Councils ma nager for the Taco ma­ Pierce Cou nty C h a m ber of Commerce for the past DNO years. JANET N I E LSEN married DAVI D S M ITH 76, a t T ri n ity Lutheran C h u rch on Dec. 29, 1 984. They are making their home i n Anchorage, Alaska, where both are em ployed at Arco Alaska, Inc. SUSAN KRUTZ, x '80, and scon WES­ TERING, '82, were married Dec. 9, 1 984 at Central Ba ptist C h u rch, Tacoma, Was h .

1983 PAMELA CARLSON a nd BRUCE OLSON were married Nov. 24, 1 984 at Cross of C h rist Lutheran C h u rch i n Bellevue, Was h . B ruce is working for the Boeing Company i n Everett. They a re making thei r home i n K i rkland. Ens. JEFF EASTBY has been co m m is­ sioned in h is present ra n k upon grad u ­ ation from Officer Can didate School, Newport, RJ

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Awards Luncheon, Dec . 1 , at the Space Needle Restaura n t in Seattle. She is a former Mooring Mast editor a n d has been ma rried for DNO years to DAVID ANDERSON '81 who works on the Herald ' s sports staff.

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TRACY GAYLE has been accepted by Bal let Tacoma, a profess ional com­ pany which performs at the Pantages center for the Performing Arts in Tacoma. She sta rted ballet in Califor­ nia. When she moved to Longview, Was h . , in 1 974, she studied with Longview ballet instructors Edna How­ ell and Erica DeLa p . Now s he will work part time as a dancer in the Tacoma troupe's productions, i ncluding its December presentation of The Nut­ cracker. She has been working nig hts at KSTW television station in Tacoma. TOM LAYSON, Yakima, WaS h . , is e m ployed as a n anchor reporter for K I MA -TV, Yakima, a CBS affi liate. KE LLY McCONNELL is teach i n g spe­ cial education at Col u m bia Valley Gar­ dens Elementary School i n Longview, Was h .


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Former PLU Dean Dies A t 86

Dr. Philip Hauge D r Philip Ha uge, former Pacific Lutheran U niversity teacher, adminis­ trator and later part-time archivist, died J a n . 9 at the age of 86. Dr. H a uge, whose services at PLU span ned 57 years, came to the Park­ land cam pus i n 1 920 as a n instructor i n t h e j u nior college. He became regis­ trar at Pacific Lutheran in 1 921 and was appoi nted dean in 1 92 2 , a post he reta ined u ntil his retirement from a d m i nistrative duties in 1 965. I n addi­ tion, he served as di rector of counsel­ ing a nd admissions for many years and played a major role i n the develop ­ ment o f the curricu l u m . He began serving as part-time archivist i n 1 960 a n d contin ued to teach full -time u ntil h is retirement in 1 967. I n 1 960 PLU presented Hauge with a n honorary doctor's deg ree and presented its Disti ng uished Service Award to him i n 1 966. In 1 977 the administration building on ca m p us was renamed in his honor. H a uge was born in Canton, S . D . , in 1 898. He earned a bachelor's deg ree at st. Olaf College i n 1 920, and master's and doctor's deg rees at the U n iversity of Washi ngton in 1 924 a n d 1 942 respectively. D u ring World War II he served in the U . S. Army Air Force, leaving with the rank of lieuten ant colonel. He is su rvived by a son , Dr. Lawrence Hauge of Wenatchee, a nd a daughter, J a net Carlson of Olympia.

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By Harvey Neufeld

I first met Dean Hauge, an imposing fig u re, in the presence of the late Dr. Seth Eastvold, former PLU president. In 1 953 as a transfer student I walked into the registrar's office, tra nscri pt i n hand, to seek admission. M y case was openly discussed . G ra d e s were announced b y Hauge as high, fi nancial capacity as low. Eastvold uttered a kind of patriarc­ hal grunt which we now call more formally an offer of admissio n ! So began 32 years of friendship and k i n d ly conversations with the Hauge family. In our yearly visit to relatives in San Francisco, my wife, Carol, and I journey along H ighway 1 01 . In

Emmy Coltom

Dr. Chris Chandler

LORENTS OSA '1 7, PLU 's oldest living alumnus, passed away in January at the age of 97. M r. Osa was born in Engavagen, Norway in 1 887 . He first came to the U nited States in 1 909. The steamship he came over on landed at Bosto n . The young Osa then g radually worked his way across the country to Seattle, and there he settled . He e n r o l l e d a t Pacific Lutheran Academy, obtaining a high school diploma in 1 91 7 . He was then . drafted into the Army and served two years in France during World War I . U pon his return he entered the University of Washington and four years later g raduated with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry and biology. He is survived by his wife, Chris­ tine. BILLIE M. PHIPPS, x '61 , born Nov. 21 , 1 939, passed away Dec. 25, 1 984. E M MY COLTOM, x'1 5, passed away on Dec. 26, 1 984 in Tacoma,

Wash . , at the age of 87 . Emmy had lived in the a rea since 1 900, and had taught piano for over 60 years. She a lso taught Sunday School at Trinity Lutheran Churc h for over 50 years, and was a member of the Silvia Storaasli Orthopedic Guild and the Trinity Womens Circle. She is survived by her b rother, ' Carl Colto m of Taco m a ; h e r nephew, Ron Coltom o f Tacoma; her nieces, M rs. Jan Reynolds of Tacoma, and M rs. Carolyn Wh ite of Charleston, S.C.; a nd several g reat nieces and nephews. Dr. CHRIS CHANDLER, 70, died Jan. 15 while attempting to climb the world's third-highest moun­ tain in Nepa l . His wife, Cherie Bremer- Kemp, who accompanied h i m on the c l i m b of Mount Kangchenjunga said that he died from exha usti o n as a three­ member team prepared to reach the summit. Chris was a physician who for-

merly worked at West Seattle General Hospital and Valley General Hospital in Renton . He and his wife lived in Sausalito, Calif. He is survived by his wife, Cherie, and three sons by a previous marriage. Chris received the PLU Alumni Alumnus of the Year Award in 1 977 in recognition of outstand­ ing achievement in mou ntaineer­ ing, including conquest of Mount Everest that year. BEVERLY J EAN SELBY, 71 , pass­ ed away Feb. 6 in Tacoma, Wash. She was a registered nurse in the Tacom a - Pierce C o u nty P u b l i C Health Department. She is sur­ vived by her husband Raymond, '59, and two daughters, Karen Ruth of Tacoma, a nd Janet H inson of Honolulu, two sons, Jim a nd Robert, both of Tac o m a ; h e r mother, Bernice Robertson, a nd a sister, Laura Wildberger, both of Olympia; a brother, David Zazer of Tacoma; and a g randson.

Humboldt County we stop to view (again and again) the "avenue of the giants, " California's magnifi­ cent redwoods. There we a re truly in the presence of giants. With Dr. Hauge we were also in the presence of a giant - a giant whose life, like that of the re­ dwoods, reached to the upper limits of heaven, who sought out the sun, who provided shade and profound beauty in the under­ brush of his life, for others to savor and enjoy. what is the nature of this g reat­ ness? Dean Hauge did so many things well . For those of us who chatted with him as he a mbled across the library parking lot, we soon saw that, after his 57 years at PLU , the collector of history be­ cam e history's collection. Giants last, and he did. He lasted . We are told to p repare for at least three careers these days. Dean Hauge did . H is careers were consecutive, at the same place, spanning three generations, and in all of them he was Dean. We know that Dr. Haug e's life and career at PLU was a ppreciated . The Hauge Administration Build­ ing and the Hauge Endowed Lec­ tu reship <I re lasting signs on cam ­ pus o f his highly regarded place in

th is com m u n ity of scholars. Space does not permit a review of all of the branches of Dr. Hauge's life that would lead me to . call him a giant. Thus I shall focus on one quality only. I cam e upon this thought in a rather humorous setting . Vice­ President Emeritus Milt Nesvig and I visited Dean Hauge a bout a month prior to his death . He was in good spirits, reasonably lucid, and well entrenched in his place in the evening meal line. Since orienta­ tion and surroundings a re espe­ cially i mportant for our senior citizens, the Lutheran Home has placed a large clock and calendar marker at the starting point of the food line. It goes like this. This is Wednesday. It is 4:30 p . m . Today is December 5th . Supper is at 5:00 p . m . You a re in Tacoma. I came upon the idea of the i mportance of one's focus on the passage of time, it's quality and meaning for each individua l . The simple in­ structions on this clock board b eca m e . t h e g u i d e l i nes, the para meters for this day. In its own way th is calendar defined the quality of time. Relating to time b eca me a major achievement. Here now is my point. I saw Dr. Hauge relating excel-

lently to time, i.e. passing time excellently. He looked like a Dean, sounded like a Dean, behaved like a Dean, g roomed like a Dean. He was steady, long suffering, punc­ tual, h onest. He was never a flash in the pan, not given to flam ­ boyance, o r p u b licity, o r the search for public recognition This quiet capacity to put on ring upon ring of even g rowth, to weather storms of tough academic and financial adversity, to live a bove his detractors, both natural and un­ natura l , and finally emerge as a giant - this capacity to live wisely was his great strength . He under­ stood his calling ! His vocation was to be God's person , then to teach The center was Ch rist! All else proceeded from that. It did not go unnoticed by our Heavenly Father that the Dean passed his times with excellence. God in his mercy excellently trans­ formed that time for the Dea n . On January 9th he dozed off in an afternoon nap. He awoke in g lory. His status was now being changed . N o l onger would he be memorialized by men as a gia nt but rather by God as a prince. Time, even the excellent use of it, would cease. All th ings a re now new.


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' Lost' Al u m n i The PLU A l u m n i AssocIation i s making preparations for p u b l i cati on of a 1 985 Al u m n i Di rectory. To make the d i recto ry as co mplete a n d u sefu l as possible, i nformati o n is being sought on a l u m n i whose cu rrent whe reabouts a re u n known . You ca n assist us by checki ng the list for na mes of friends with whom you a re in tou c h . Please send cu rrent i nformati o n on the pri nted form or a facs i m i l e to N esvig A l u m n i Ce nte r, PLU, Taco ma, WA

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You r assista n ce is m ost appreciate d !

C ARR , C A ROLE MAE C A RTER , B A R B A R A A. ( LA I N E ) C AS S I D Y , JACQUES E . CHANEY , MARLENe L . ( LA YTON )

C H A RLES , CHITTIM , COLEMAN

M A R I A N ARLYNE N A NC Y E .

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COLEMA N , JOHN R . C U PP I N , ROBeRT G . C O X , CATHY A . ( MC LAUCHLA N ) D A N DASH I , lciLEEN C . ( W ETTERSTROM ) D A N I ELS , J A N I S L . DAVIS ,

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DONOV A N , SHERRY ( V A N HORN ) DUUUAN , PETER LeW iS D R A KIc , CAROL ANN ( ERNSTMEYER ) DUNC A N , RICHARD D . E L I Z A G AR A Y , S U S A N J . ( FEHRMAN ) ELL I S , J E A N N I N E K . ( GOOKIN )

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N Y HUS , J U L I E E . O ' BOYLe , J U D I T H T . OHR'l' ,

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K I N K A DE , MARK C . KINSEY , CHRISTINE L .

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N I XON , DOUGLAS A . N O RTHRO P , PATR I C I A N U N NeLee , UeRY R .

SCHAFER , SCHMIDT ,

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S H I RLEY

G I SS , RONALD E . GORDON , V I R G I N I A

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N A U J R . , DANIEL J . NERTO N , CAROL ( B ULL )

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JOHN F . MARSHA K A Y

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MC CA ULEY , M I C H A EL L . M C CLUNU , V i V I A N M . ( J OHNSON )

G I RVAN ,

B A KE R , R A N D Y B . B A N A S KY , 0TEVE B .

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MANGELS , RICHARD G . MATTHEWS , WILLIE MATTSEN , DANIEL R . M A XWELL CHARMEE C . ( COWAN ) MC LAUG � L I N , LESLIE K . MENDEZ , M A R Y L . ( BEC K ) MILLER , PATRICIA T . MONTGOMERY , ROBERT A . MOODY , ST!::VEN R MORGAN I I , G EORGE MORRI S , DONALD R . MUMM, MARK W . N A KATA , SALLY H . N IXON , TERIESA M . NOKES , DONALD J . POLLOC K , LORI J . ( CAROTHERS ) POP E , STEPHA N I E K . POTTER, R . KEITH POULIN , NANCY J . PRATHER , VAN M . PRI C E , GREGORY A . R A DNICH , J U L I E M . RAMM , SANDIE L . RANDOLP H , G A l L L REESE, CHRISTINE B . REGG I N , DONALD B . ROSAS , JOSEPH ROSS , RAYMOND R . ROWE, MAUREEN M . RUTAN , WILLIAM G . SHEFFIELD , ROBERT H . SHIELDS , JERRY D . SHUMAN , S'l'EPHEN C . S HU R I C K , MICHELLE L . SMITH , CARLOS SMITH , JAN E. ( BORCHERD I N G ) SMYTH , LISA K . S PARLING , G . R . STECKER , SHARON L . STEPHENS , PENNY L . STEVENSON , PATRICE N . ( P I LCHER ) STULTS , J A C K L . SUMMERS , D I ANNE R . TIETG E , KAREN A . TREIDER , ERIC VAN HOU'l'!::N , CONNIE A VAN TUY L , JOYCE E . ( KUSKY ) VELONI , DENNIS H . VOGEL , TERENCE S . VON CLEVE , KENNETH L . VON CRAMM, MARC I A A . WALDOCK, LOIS W A LTERS , SANDRA L. ( ERIC KSON ) WHITING JR . , REECE C . WILLIAMS , LOU I S C . W ILSON , DONALD W . W ILSON , GEORGE A . Z YD E K , RICHARD F .

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MEYER , NANC Y 1 . M I C KELSON , DANIEL M . M ILLER , RUSSEL S . M INDEN , CORRINA J . MOORE , FRANK J . MOR RIS , MATTHEW C . MORRI S O N , KIMBERLY NELSON , CYNTHIA A . N I X , JANET P . OORJITHA M , SANTHA M . PELLERIN , KAREN A . PE'l'ERSO N , BRET'l' T .

ST I N E , DOUGLAS S . STOEHR , DEBORAH R . TENNESEN , DARIN L . THOMSON , MARIE R . VATN E , BRUCE VOETSCH , J I LL WAKEFIELD , LAWRENCE C . WALLA C E , JONATHAN M . WA'l�ON , ANN E . ( SOLDANO ) W IVAG , SANDRA E . WOLF , CYNTHIA J . WOLZ , MARIA E .

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SOLU M , MAT'l'HEW S . STEPHENS , THOMAS C .

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PARTR IDGE , JEAN N I N E E . PATNODE , JOEL A . PORTER , LINDA C . RAINES , PAMELA K . REIDY , KEN�IETH E . ROBIN�ON , LARRY R . ROGERS , KIMS!;; R LY A . SAMS , L I S A M . SCHM ID , KEVIN B . SHEAR !;;R , S'l'EVEN D . SLEDGE , JERRY E . S'l'ONEFELD , KATHLEEN SUNDANC E , SANDI SWETN AM , JEAN A . SYCHTYSZ , ISABEL TATE , L I N DA 10'.

TERAIG I , SALEM H . THOMASON , MICHAEL E .

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PacIfIC Lutneran UnIVersity scene

JUne1985

2 Commencement

PLU Presents President's Medals To Two Prominent Educators Two highly re s pected e d u ca tors were the reci ients of P LU Presi ­ dent's Medals d u ri ng spri ng co m ­

m en c e m e n t exerc i ses. They are Sta n ley Ness , l o n g -ti me vice-president for fina nce and o p ­ erations at s t . Olaf College i n Northfield, M i n n . , a n d L a m Y i n g H o , princi pal o f Pui C h i n g M i d d le School in Hong Kong Ness has spent 40 years, his entire vocational career, at St. Olaf. H i s i n novati ve programs a nd ad­ m i nistrative resolve have become models of fiscal accomplish ment throughout Lutheran higher ed u ­ cation . He previously received a disting­ uished alumnus award from Luth­ er College, Decorah , IA. Under Lam's leaders h i p , Pu i Ching has developed i nto an i n ­ stitution o f w i d e i n f l u e n c e . Among its graduates throughout the world a re hundreds of profes­ sors, engineers and business peo-

PLU Confers Honorary D.O. On ALC Bishop

pie i n th e U n ited States, i nd ud i n g PLU physics p rofessor K . T. Ta n g Ove r 50 P u i Ching graduates have st u d i ed at PLU .

Lam previously has received the Badge of Honor from Her Majesty Queen E l i za beth II a n d i s an honor­ ary citizen of the State of Ten ­ nessee. The PLU P resident's Medal is g iven to those i n d ividuals who, by virtue of professional excellence, extraord i nary service to others, a n d a co mm i tm en t to Ch ristia n ideals, are living o u t i n their lives the objectives which exemplify that for which Pacific Lutheran University sta nds.

From left: Clayton Peterson, Distinguished service A ward; and President's Medal recipients Lan Ying HO and Stanley Ness.

Clayton peterson Receives PLU Service Award A Pacific Lutheran University Distinguished Service Award was recently presented to Clayton B . Peterson o f Bellevue. The award, presented by PLU President William O. Rieke, recog ­ nized Peterson for long and distin ­ guished service o n behalf of the u niversity and society.

Peterson served as vice-presi­ dent for development at PLU from 1 960 to 1 974, during which time a n umber of buildings were con ­ structed on campus, i ncluding a l i b ra ry , a u d i t o r i u m , u n iversity center, and several residence halls. After leaving PLU to form his own fund-raising consulting firm,

he served three terms on the u niversity board of regents ( 1 97584) . He holds a St. Olav Medal from the King of Norway and a Bicen­ tennial Medal from the King of Sweden for his many contribu­ tions to Scandinavian-Ameri c a n relations.

university Bids Farewell To veteran Profs Seve r a l l o n g - t i m e f a c u l t y members ended their ten u re with PLU this spring through phased retirement, early retirement or resig nation . . They i ncluded Dr. Jane William­ son , professor of education; Dr. Jens Knudsen , professor of biolo­ gy; Dr. Dwight Zulauf, professor of business administration; and Dr. Larry Meyer, professor of music (see March '85 Scene! .

He is the author of Biological Techniques. a widely used text­ book, and developed a u n ique and popular su rvey cou rse, "Biology and Modern M a n . " More recently he h a s become widely recognized for his artistic endeavors, and plans to continue i n the fields of art, child ren's. literatu re and poetry.

The Rev. Dr. Clifford Lunde, . bishop of the North Pacific District Americal Lutheran Church, re­ ceived an honorary Doctor of Divinity deg ree from PLU May 26. The deg ree was conferred by PLU President Dr. William O. Rieke d u ring spring commencement exercises. Lu nde has served as district chief executive since 1 981 after five years as executive assistant to the district president. I n his role he shepherds 1 3 0 , 000 c h u r c h members and 544 pastors i n 286 congregations. A 1 95 1 s u m ma cum lau de g ra d u a t e o f P L U , h e a l s o g raduated from LutherTheologic­ al Seminary and served several pa rishes in the Pacific Northwest. He received PLU's Disti ngu ished Alumnus Award i n 1 981 .

Dr. Knudsen joined the PLU faculty 27 years ago. Duri ng his ten u re he received n u merous awards, i ncluding the PLU Regen ­ cy Professorship. the E . Ha rris Harbison Distinguished Teachi ng Prize (one of 20 awarded nationa l ­ l y by the Danforth Foundation i n 1 969), and the Blue KeY Outstan d ­ ing Teacher Award .

Dr. Williamson completed 21 years of service and teaching withi n the elementary, secondary, counseling and g uidance u n its of the School of Education . A PLU Disti nguished Teacher i n 1 970. she i ntroduced the h u man relations and development con ­ cept not only with i n the u niversity framework but in the commu nity and the state. She has served as a consultant to Head Start programs, gifted

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children councils and educational tra in i ng centers. and plans to continue to work on future gifted children conferences at PLU.

Dwight ZUlauf

Dr. Zulauf, the founding dean of the School of Business Administra­ tion and 1 972 Regency Professor, spent nearly 30 years at PLU . Several years ago his accounting program at PLU became one of the first 15 i n the cou ntry to be accredited by the American As­ sembly of Collegiate Schools of Business. He has also been instru­ mental in the application of ac­ counting and financial manage­ ment concepts and tools i n the ambulatory health care industry. This spring he was the first holder of the Dwight Zulauf Alum­ n i Chair i n the School of Busi ness Ad ministration

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paclflc lUtheran unlYerslty scene

June 1985

Commencement

A p Ofi e i courage Dennis Robertson Overcomes Severe Handicap To Earn Bache/or's Degree

By Carla Sava lll editor, Moortng Mast Like more than 500 other PLU g ra d uate s his � p r i ng , D e n m s Robertson has stud ied long h o u rs

and ma de many sacrifi ces But u n l i ke the rest, he c o u l d not walk to the podi u m to acee t h i s deg ree or o rally than k P resident Ri e k e fo r ha ndi n g It t o h i m When Den n is was born t h i rty years ago at M adigan Armv Med i c­ a l center, he did not get en o u g h oxygen to h i s b ra i n The damage to his centra l n ervous system l eft him pa ra lyzed from t h e neck down with cerebral palsy. After yl'?ars of commU nicati n g through eye sig n a ls, he was f i ed with an 1 8- i nch w a n d atta c hed to a heil d b race wh i c h e nab l ed h i m to use a typewri ter . Two years ago he h a d a c h anc e meeti ng with a m a n who desig n ed

Mo rse code computer sy stem ttlat is faster a n d more efficient After eight yea rs of higher e d u ­ catio n , h e g rad uated From P LU w ith a bach elo r's degree I n co m ­ mu nicatJOn arts " Altho u g h the doctors to l d my parents ( C l a rence and Este r ) w h e n I wa s six m o n ths old tha t they shO U l d put me i n a n i n stitutio n a n d forget a bou me, they kept a n d gave m e love , " Den n i s said . Becaus e C l a ren ce Ro b e rtso n was in t he Army, Den nis ' fa m i l y traveled extensively . Whi l e i n Ma ry la nd DenniS, age ,

seven , wa s e nrolled i n a schoo l for ch i ld ren w ith cerebra l palsy Run by a specia l i�t In lne field , t he residen ts were re q u i red to l i ve at school a n d c o nt a ct With t h e i r fa m i lies was p roh i b i ted fo r the first th ree weeks . Th e school adm in istrators neg ­ lected to ten Den nis a bout the

restrictions . "I thoug ht that my Mom a n d D d had left me there for good or they'd had an accident on their way home . . . a nd been k i l l ed , De n n is said " I felt ve ry dep res sed a nd th o u g h t my f am i l y d i d n 't love me N ot h a v i ng a ny wa y to commu nicate, I had La l i ve with these th o ughts until Mom a n d D a d came " Den n is credrts h is mother for h i s faith a nd persevera nce . E st e r Robertson started de­ vel opi ng m uscu a r dy stro ph y after De n n i s ' s b i rth a nd t h e last seven years of he r l i fe were spent con ­ fined to a w heel c hai r w here she tut o red h i m d a i ly with hiS school "

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Last year , at 65 , she died of ca ncer. "At the time I had been m ore wor ried a bo u t my Dad be cause h i s health was n ot goo d The I st mo nth I th oug ht that she was ve ry tired with my work , " h e sai d " I kn ew that somehow 1 had to k eep pus h i ng a nd w it h God 's help , I di d it " De n nis sa rd his mother a lso had a t re m en dou s faith i n God Rece ntly m em bers of D e n n i s s fa m ily gathered In his a pa rtment to reminisce about the past H i s s i ste r Diana, closest to his age, did most of the tal k ing . When they walked i n , they each treated h i m l i ke any other fam ily member. It is that normalcy which g ives Dennis his patience and cheerfu l n ess, Diana sai d . " Everybody had a spec i a l pa rt i n tak i ng care o f h i m , " s h e remem­ bered, "especially the brothers. I can remember n ot wanti ng to d o ­

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it a n d g ri ping about i t l i ke maybe p utti n g a s h i rt on h i m a n d yanking down o n it a l ittle too ha rd " Den nis' father often wo r ked the swing sh ift so th e brothers often had to h el p ba t he Den ni s or put h i m to bed Dia na sa id even tho u g h ta king care of Dennis was so m e ti mes a cho re, they did n ot mi nd a n d ra r el y cons i dered Denni s a nythi ng b ut n orm a l Dia na said th e family n ever wast­ e d t i m e w o rryi n g a b o u t i n ­ stitutio n a l i zing h i m " I remember a sking Mom and her sayi n g sh e had put It in t h e h a nds of the

Lo rd . " Ca rol Wheeler, Denn i s ' person ­

a l - care atte n d ent. said that h e Will often ask Iler to arrange fam ily dinners or visits w hen he needs support " He never a s ks for any­ til i ng, b ut h e needs e motional s u p p o rt He ha s a lot of emotional pa i n , " she sa i d Den nis said h a vi n g h i s own apartment gives h i m ,onfide n ce, and once household traini ng ses­ sio n s a re complete, he w i l l be able to manage is fi n n ees, p l a n his m ea ls , a nd work f u l ltl m e with the help of home C h o re Workers. " Last September when I moved out on my own was th e best time i n my life Without my fam i ly's I woul n ' t be where faith i n me . I am n ow . " Den nis said his one wish for g raduation is that his mother could be there to watc h . He s a i d family s u pport a n d PLU 's belief "that you should never stop t ryin g to lea rn " have given h i m a l l the cou rage he needs.

Dennis T?obertson

Prof'S Involvement Makes A DIfference " Denn i S g radua Ing in May says w h at thiS un ive rsity is a b o u t m o re tha n anyth ing else, " said \ou rna l ­ ism professor CI ff Ro e . " He h as n t just taken classes from m e , " Rowe continued " He has had to deal with other profs who have n 't j ust pushed h i m throug h . There are probably a l ot of u niversities where he wou l d n 't '

be able to d o that " Sti l l . Ro we's i n v olve m en t was speci al He spent m a n y h ou rs of h i s own t i m e wo rk i ng with Den n is , p a rti c ula r ly adapting c o m p u te r prog rams w h o served both h i s student's study needs a n d w i l l assist h i m professiona l ly in the future.

KOMO- Tv. Seattle, recently did a feature story o n Dennis T?obertson. With newsman Brook Stanford is cameraman John Larsgaard, a 1970 PLU alumnus.


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ran Unlvt!TS1ty Scene

June 1985

Commencemen t

Plans Medical Career

African Mud Hut First Home Of PLU Summa Cum Laude Graduate By Jim Peterson

Mufaro D u be was born and raised in a mud hut i n rural southeast Rhodesia (now Zi m ­ babwe), His parents, subsistance farm­ ers, had nine child ren . There were few educational opportunities a nd health care was minima l . I n spite o f those early hardships, Dube became a summa cum laude g raduate of Pacific Lutheran Un­ iversity o n May 26, 1 985. A biology major, he has been accepted at H owa rd M e d i c a l School i n Washington, D . C . , where he will begi n studies this fal l . I t was Dube's membership i n the Lutheran church that changed the direction of his life. Lutheran chUrches ffiliated with PLU offer an all-expenses paid sctJolarship through the Lutheran Church of Zimbabwe. Dube was told about it. applied and was accepted . "I had plan ned to attend the U niversity of Zimbabwe," Dube recalled. "But 1 was i nvolved i n a demonstration against our former government, which was planning to d raft high school students into the military, and I was expelled from high schoo l . " Now 2 7 , Dube worked a s a n apprentice a t several jobs before receivi ng his scholarship five years ago after completing his high school education. "I was begin­ ning to wonder if I would ever

Commencement Exercise Honor 523 Graduates Pa cific Lu the ra n n l ve rs l ty Spring Com mencement exercises Sunday, May 2 6, honored 52 3 bachelor's and mas er''3 degree candidates . C e remon ies i n Olson Au­ ditorium spotlighted 458 u nder­ g raduate and 65 graduate degree c ndidates before m ore tha n 3 , 000 f r i e n d s a n d fa m i l y members . The g raduating class included 1 90 bachelor of a rts degree candi­ dates, 101 g raduates in business administration, 57 bachelor of arts in education, 55 bachelor of sci­ ence, 35 bachelor of science i n nursing, 1 6 bachelor of fine a rts and four bachelor of music. Among master's deg ree candi­ dates were 25 i n education, 2 1 in bu iness administration, 11 in so­ cial sciences and eight in public administration .

have the service-oriented career 1 had hoped for, " he said . He had long been acutely aware of the need for educational and health services in rural Zimbabwe . Medicine was his first choice be­ cause of his fascination with biolo­ gy a nd the fact that u ntil recently, health care in Zimbabwe was only for people who could afford to pay for it And few could . Beyond his excitement about being able to continue his educa­ tion, Dube looked forward to PLU " because it would be the first time I would interact with a predomin­ a ntly white com m u nity. "It took the better pa rt of a year to get adjusted, " he continued . "I wasn't sure how to break the ice. nor were the people a round me. I got to know people in my classes and labs first " La n g uage, however. was no problem English is Zimbabwe's official lang uage and all who go to school learn it Nor was the level of schooling Dube estimated that a high school education at home was equivalent to first-year col­ lege in the u .s . D u be's adjustment was also aided by his host family. Rev. Paul Freese and his wife Patty of Re­ deemer Lutheran Church in Fir­ crest. "Thei r home was a place of refuge when things got tough , " h e said. And i n Washington, D.C. he looks forward to meeting Dr. Ronald and M i riam Heyer. 1 963 and '64 graduates respectively. Dr. Heyer studied and taught biology at PLU before becoming a curator at the Smithsonian Institution. Dube was a nxious to express his appreciation for both the personal and fina ncial su pport he received at PLU . "I had to put forth the effort. " he said. "but the financial aspect is J st as important or 1 would never ave had the chane. . to show what 1 can do. "And PLU is a close-knit com­ munity; people a re i nterested i n

1 985 Commencement Videotapes Available Videotape copies of spring '85 Commencement exercises a re av­ ailable from American Video Pro­ d uctions of Tacoma. The VHS tape i ncludes the pro­ cession down the hili and the complete cere m o n y . R u n ni n g time is two hours. The $ 35 price includes tax, ship­ ping and handling Send check to AVP, 1 324 Mountain View Drive, Tacoma, WA 98465, or call (206) 564-4454. Allow two weeks for . delivery.

Mufaro Dube

each other. They do the things that are necessary to help stu ­ dents succeed. " After medical school Dube plans to return to his homeland and begi n a general clinical practice. "I hope to work i n a hospita l , " he said . "Government hospitals now p rov i d e f re e c a re fo r m ost people "

25-Year Service Award Give To Ounda King

'85 0raduates Pledge $36.000 TO Alma Mater More tha n $ 3 6,000 has been pledged to PLU by the Class of 1 985 as a g raduation gift. accord i ng to Jon Dat Istrom . assistant in e e lo pment who coordi nates the roject The sum exceeds by more than $ 1 0, 000 the prev i o u s la rg est g raduation gift from the Class of '82 . $ 1 9,000 and $ 20,000 were pledged by the two most recent classes . ihis is the sixth year that the graduation gift has involved dollar amount pledges All g raduating seniors a re asked to make a five­ year pledge. Dahlstrom indicated that the Class of '82 still holds the record for participation, with over 240 pledges . There a re 1 80-plus par­ ticipa nts i n this year's class, he said. U nder Dahlstrom's guida nce. the gift solicitation is administered by a 20-person com mittee of graduating seniors .

D r Cundar King

Gundar King, dean of the PLU School of BUsiness Ad mi nistration, was honored for 25 years of service. He was cited for providi ng the aggressive leadership that has re­ su lted in national accreditation for the SBA. King was also recog nized for building a strong fa cu lty a n d facilitating the g rowth of a con­ temporary curricul u m. He has also authored many a rticles and books and has served as consultant to corporations and colleges across the nation and abroad in contracts and purchasing management.


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June 1985

5 Commencement

Evangelist's Son Offers Kudos

PLU Graduate

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Com mu nicate E n h a nces Ed ucation By Jim Peterson

Rev. Ron Vignec

Vig nec Resig ns To Beg in

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I n Tacoma Low­ I ncome Com m u nity Loss is gain Rev. Ron Vignec, associate u n ­ iversity pastor at PLU for the past five years, has accepted a call to the Salishan Lutheran Mission i n Tacoma, a ministry among low­ income people in a racially diverse setting "We will miss h i m . We have had a good team and a good time working together," said u niversity pastor Rev Ron Tellefson. Vig nec's strongest contri b u ­ tions to the team effort have been in social ministry and pastoral care and cou nseling . And he has served as advisor to the ca mpus chapter of Bread for the World and has taught a segment of a sociology cou rse on world h unger He has a lso become increasingly involved with the prison ministry at Shelton and with the St Leo's soup kitchen in Tacoma . Recently h e returned from Central America, where he was part of an American Lutheran C h u rch fact-finding g roup ob­ serving conditions in Nicaragua and EI Salvador. Still he welcomes the opportun­ ity to provide g reater service among lower income people ''I've done a lot of talking (about social ministry), now I have the oppor­ tunity to do more than talk," he said recently. While PLU loses h is full-time services, there could well be ulti ­ mate gain. Many students have been i nvolved in local social prog ­ ra ms in the past. i ncluding regu lar visits w ith stud ents at Liste r Elementary School in the Salisha n area . Vignec's contact and inspira­ tio n will probably lead to g reater student involvement

Nelson G raham had a broader educational backg round before he a rrived on the PLU campus more than two years ago than many college g raduates experi­ ence. He had previously attended Fel ­ stad, an 800-year o l d school north of London where fou r sons of O l iver C romwell once studied; J udson College in Elgin, I I I . , North­ west College in Roseville, Minn , and the U niversity of Minnesota . But he and his wife fell in love with the Pacific Northwest. and PLU fit the ed ucational needs of the 27-yea r old you ngest son of eva ngelist Dr. Billy Graham and his wife, Ruth Bell Graham . Nelson graduated from PLU in May with a deg ree i n commu nication arts. A friend , 1 981 PLU alumnus David Dove of Federal Way had recommended his alma mater to G raham. H o n i n g h is com m u n ications s k i l l s was G ra h a m ' s p r i m a ry academic objective. He was then and still is i mpressed with the PLU Department of Comm u nication Arts. "Comm . Arts at PLU is one of the more' progressive . . . most pract­ ica and possibly the most u nderrated department on cam ­ pus, " h e asserted .

Graham doesn'tstop with kudos for PLU but stresses the import­ ance of commu nications in educa­ tio n . "If you ca n't communicate simply, precisely and effectively, y o u r knowledge is essentially worthless, " he conti n ued. C o rporations a re crying for com m u nicators - people who can express their ideas, he indi­ cated, adding, "Schools are just now beg inning to respond to the demand. More and more schools will change their focus from liberal arts or professional studies to at least include strong com m unica­ tions, perhaps i nteg rating it i nto the core cu rriculu m . " I believed development of my c o m m unications skills was the most practical thing I could do with an u ndergraduate deg ree. " G raham plans to get a master's deg ree in Bible at M u ltnomah College, followed by either anoth­ er masters or a doctorate i n speech. He quickly responded, however, to an obvious but as yet unspoken question, " I don't plan to follow in my father's foots­ teps! " In fact. G raham makes a con ­ scious effort to avoid trading on his famous fa mily name, at least partly to preserve his and his fam ily's privacy. Few on the PLU campus have been aware of his family ties, including some of his professo rs Those w h o h a v e

Nelson Graham

known have respected his confi ­ dence. As graduation approached he ag reed to be interviewed and to speak out on behalf of the Comm Arts department Graham prefers to make friends before they find out about his family, "Otherwise one a l ways wonders if they are friends be­ cause . . . " he reflected . Nelson has worked occasionally for the Billy Graham Evangelical Association, most recently as as­ sistant di rector of arrangements for the International Congress of Evangelism in Amsterdam in 1 983. He indicated that he might go back to work for the ' 86 Congress, also in Amsterdam . ''I'll do whatever the Lord wants me to do," he smiled, contemplat­ ing both his short and long-range future "Whatever I do I would hope would benefit h u manity , "

Crooks Reti res After Years At Helm Of Executive Development While stereotypes a re u nfair, it is still difficult to imagine h umble, easy-going Bill Crooks as a Marine Corps officer, yet that was his profession for 29 years And aren't highly decorated World Wa r II and Korean Wa r aviators with two Distinguished Flying Crosses and six Air Medals s u p p o s e d to sw a g g e r ? B i l l doesn't N i ne years ago, after nearly three decades in the Marines, duri ng which he served in many cou ntri e s a rou nd the world and achieved the rank of co l o n e l , Crooks, at age 54, was looking for a new challenge He found it as director of the then -fledgling PLU Executive Development Prog ra m and as an adjunct professor of management in the School of Business Administration . "I took the job because it was new and there was lots of room for growth, but also because I enjoyed teaching I've ta ught the Managers at Work cou rse for n i ne years and enrollment has tripled , " h e sai d . "We try to teach students what it is like in the real world . " Growth i n the Executive De­ velopm ent Prog ram has been even more spectacular There has been a ten -fold increase in the

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number of semina rs offered "twenty-fold if you i nclude the Microcomputer Resource Center, which has become an integral part of our program," Crooks sai d . This yea r seminars will nu mber bet­ ween 450 and 500, he indicated Seminars have been presented in most major western cities, i n -

cluding Spokane, Boise, San Fra n ­ cisco, Denver, Los Angeles and M inneapolis, as well as Hawaii and Alaska , "We even had a two-day seminar on the Love Boat." Crooks recalled , Other states, Alaska i n particular, have used PLU seminars as mod­ els. "We seem to be the quality control," he said, pointing out that PLU always sends a represen­ tative to start each seminar and to do administrative work. The PLU prog ram is also one of the largest of its kind in the cou ntry Semi nar popularity is cyclical , he ind icated . At present, m icrocom ­ puter a n d "Women in Manage­ ment" seminars a re popular; a few years ago it was "How to Develop a Successful Consulting Practice. " I n addition to the professional service offered, EDP gives PLU visibility throughout the west. Conversely, nearly everywhere he goes, C rooks finds people with ties to PLU - alumni, parents and friends. C rooks retired in late May, but will stay i nvolved with PLU , teach­ ing his course and serving on the Q Club board of directors. He has b e e n s u c c ee d e d by R a n d a l l Yoakum, a PLU parent who has put five children through PLU .


6 The World

She 's The First

Chinese Professor Spends Year A t PLU A S part Of Exchange program By Kathleen Merryman Tacoma News Tribune

America is living up to Dr. J iabao Chen's expectations A professor of English language and literature at Zhongshan U n ­ iversity in southern China, Chen is spending a year at Pacific Lutheran U n iversity on a university ex­ change progra m It is her first trip to the land she's studied since she was in secondary school. ' 'What I see here is identical to the pictures in my mind. I have read a lot about this country , " she said as she relaxed in her office at the end of term . "I have studied English and American literature for a long time, and when I was in China, I listened to the Voice of America almost every day. We know what's happening whether we agree or disagree," she said . still, no matter how m uch you know about a country, deciding to leave your family and spend a year there can be a daunting prospect. "Before I came here, I was a bit afraid , " she conceded . "But I discovered that people a re very polite and hospitable. It is more than I expected . There is alwavs someone who is going to help." Politics and ideologies have little to do with that kind of interaction, said the professor who grew up under com m u nism and has made an avocation of studying democ­ ratic societies. "I understand human beings.

We have so much in com mon. We love peace, " she explained . If the love of peace is a common bond, she said, so is the drive to change. "I am very conscious that these days things are changing. The change is so g reat that I myself have to read the papers to keep up," she said of developments in China. "Things a re c h a n g i ng fro m good to better. We have new values. People are more open­ m inded . We have m uch contact with the world, and we a re accept­ ing more of your culture . " While China has much t o learn from the United states in terms of technology and innovative spirit, Chen suggested that Americans could take a few pointers in tradi­ tion. "Old people here a re a social problem," she observed. "Many of them are neglected and lonely. In our country, old people are respected and living a happy life. We respect the old, because wis­ dom comes from the old . It is a common thing to see child ren helping old people across the street. Children listen to stories told by the old. There is a very famous national television show called Grandpa 's Stories. This re­ spect is something you can learn from us." On the other hand, she said, the Chi nese could take a few pointers from th e American cha racter. "I admire your American spi rit of i n d e pen dence a n d rel i a n ce , "

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Chen said. "It has helped your culture push forward . Your his­ tory, with the move westward, speaks for itself. " She sees that spirit alive in the students she's met so far - both the young people who choose to support themselves and the mid­ dle-aged women who a re gOing back to school after raising thei r children. Chen and her h usband have three child ren, with whom they share a three-room apartment in Guangzhon (Canton) One daugh­ ter is a dentist, and her twin sons a re still in school . Chen will spend the summer t rave l i n g and studying in the Northwest. and will retu rn to P LU in the fall to spend the rest of her exchange program teaching in the languages department Reprinted with permission of the Tacoma News Tribune.

Dr. Chen To Teach Sum mer Course In Intensive Chinese Dr. Chen will teach an intensive eight-week introduction to the Chinese language du ring Summer Sessions '85. The first session (June 24-July 1 9) and second session (July 29Aug . 23) will stress the essentials of pronunciation, intonation and lan­ guage structure, as well as basic skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing . Class will meet Mon­ day through Friday from 8-1 0:45 a.m. Stu dents m a y reg iste r i m ­ mediately, either at the Registrar's Office or by ca lling 535-7 1 36.

PLU FOrma lizes Exchange Ag reeme t With Chengdu U niversity I n China

PLU President William Rieke, center, and Chengdu University PresidentJing-hua Wang (to right of Rieke) pose with colleagues in front of the Chengdu administration building Left of Rieke are PLU chemistry professor Charles Anderson and physics professor K. r Tang.

During his recent visit to China, PLU President Dr. William 0 Rieke formalized an exchange agree­ ment with Chengdu University of Science and Technology The new prog ram is designed primarily for students who plan careers in fields such as science, mathematics, eng i neeri n g o r medicine and who wish also to acquire an in-depth knowledge of China, its language and culture, Rieke indicated . Chengdu (CUST) is one of the most prestigious of the 36 " key" universities in China. Although originally an institute of technolo­ gy, in recent years it has also b e g u n offe ri n g s t u d i e s i n h u manities, social sciences and

management Each yea r beginning in 1 986-87 , PLU plans to send a professor and about 20 students to CUST, ac­ cording to Rieke. A typical student cou rse load will include intensive study of the Chinese language, a course i n Chi nese culture, a n d mathematics or science courses. There will a lso be extensive o p po rtu n ity for travel. Chengdu, in central China, is the capital of Sichuan, a sister province of the State of Washington . Chemistry professor Dr. Charles Anderson, who accom panied Dr. Rieke and physics professor Dr. K. T. Tang to Chengdu, will coordi­ nate the prog ra m at PLU .


7 The World/Faculty

Germ a n Christians' Support Of Hitler

Irish studies Were

Exa m i ned In Alum's New Book How could well- meaning, cap­ able and intelligent people, "basic­ ally like myself, " believe in H itler's dogma? What led them to embrace a regi me so hostile to the spiritual values of Christia nity and the intel ­ lectual values o f the u niversity? C u r i o s ity co nce r n i n g these questions have led to Dr. Robert Ericksen's fi rst book, Theologians Under Hitler Ericksen '67 of Gig Harbor, Wash . , is an Olympic Col­ lege (Bremerton , Wash ) history processor who taught history at PLU this past year during the sabbatical of Dr. Chris Browning The new book was published i n May a n d is available from the PLU Bookstore. This coming year Ericksen will study at Oxford U niversity in Eng­ land and Gottigen Un iversity in Germa ny under terms of a Nation­ al Endowment for the Humanities research fellowshi p . He was also offered research fellowships this year by the Fulbright Foundation a nd the Alexa n d e r H u mboldt Foundation . Ericksen spent years interview­ ing Germans and descendents of German church leaders to gather material for the book, which pro­ files three leading German theolo­ gians who lived during Hitler's reign in the '30s a nd '40s As a n underlyi ng theme, he wrestles with the World War II u n ­ Christian like attitudes of German Christians, most of whom fervent­ Iy supported Hitler. "Although not all Christians sup­ ported Hitler, those who opposed h i m w e re u n co m m o n , " said Ericksen. For example, Dietrich Bonhoef­ fer and Martin Niemoeller, two p ro m i n ent prewa r theologians who were imprisoned for oppos­ ing the Thi rd Reich "were clearly heroes . . . but were also excep­ tions rather than the rule," he added. T h e th ree theolog ians scruti n i zed i n the b o o k a r e Gerhard Kittel, Paul Althaus and Eman uel Hirsch . Kittel, professor of New Testa­ ment at Tuebingen University , turned his expertise in J udaism and the Talmud i nto an important tool for Nazi scholarship on the Jewish question . Althaus, who was president of the Luther Society in Germany for 30 years and professor of New Testament at Erlangen U niversity, endorsed German nationalism and values. Althaus, who Ericksen be­ lieves realized Hitler's evilness by 1 938, said "We Christians g reet the rise of Hitler as a gift and miracle from God" in 1 933. ''I'm convinced that 80 to 90 percent of the active Christians i n the first years of H itler would have said the s a m e t h i n g , " s a i d Ericksen .

Hirsch, professor of systematic theology at Goettingen University, professed existential C h risti a n ethics and promoted the Nazi movement in support of his em­ phasis of national unity. And it was the desire for national unity and strength i n the face of moral decadence and economic collapse i n the early '30s that sent many running i nto the a rms of Hitler's camp, Ericksen said. From 1 931 to 1 933, the democ­ ratic leadership of Germany had watched as morals slipped, and m a n y conservative C h risti a n s longed for a return t o higher moral standards. They blamed de­ mocracy for their problems and thought the strong-arm power of the state would bring back those standards. Ericksen observed that many Germans were anti-modern, pre­ ferri ng a society where everyone accepted Christian doctrine with­ out question com pared to the

Highlig hted This spring At PLU

Dr. Robert EriCKsen

free-wheeling open society be­ fore Hitler. The new book is an outg rowth of Ericksen's doctoral work at the London School of Economics. He earned his PhD. in 1 980.

Portions of this article were written by Dan Voelpel '83 for the Ma y 4th edition o f the Tacoma . Ne ws

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Li near Prog ra m ming Brea kth rough Ana lyzed By PLU Professors

Traditional Celtic music, disting­ uished I rish poets and scholars and sessions on Irish culture and litera­ ture hig h l i g hted the nati o n a l meeting of the American Commit­ tee for Irish Studies, held April 2427 at PLU and the U niversity of Puget Sou nd. The ACIS meeting, which i n ­ cluded a feast of discussions, performances and forums which focused on Ireland today and its com plex historical influences, was attended by scholars from several countries and was extensively co­ vered by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Richard Murphy, an Irish poet with an outstanding reputation in Europe and the U nited States, was one of the many experts par­ ticipating He was PLU's first Distin ­ g u i s h e d W r i t e r - i n - R es i d ence, teaching i n the Department of E n g l ish d u ri n g the spring semester. Murphy is the author of several books of poetry and is a frequent contributor to the New York Times Review of Books, the Irish Literary Supplement and The Times Liter­ ary Supplement.

Severa l m o n t h s a g o a m a t h e m a t i c i a n a t AT&T Bell Laboratories made a sta rtl i n g theoretical breakthrough i n find­ ing optimal solutions to systems of inequalities that often a re too large and complex for the most powerful computers The discovery is of great interest to brokerage houses, oil com­ panies, airli nes and many other industries which have millions of dollars at stake in such problems known as linear programming. Because problems i n l i nea r programm ing can have billions of possible a nswers, even high speed computers can n ot check every one. A procedure designed i n 1 947, the simplex method, o r algorith m, i s now used for such problems. The simplex algorithm is currently taught i n severa l cou rses at PLU , including courses i n the Department of Mathematics and Com puter Science, the De­ partment of Economics and the School of Business. The new approach to linear programming problems by Bell Lab's Dr. Narendra Karmarkar is so recent that its full value has not yet been thoroughly tested. However, it appears to be sufficiently pro­ mising that two PLU faculty, m a t h e m a t i c s p rofess o r D r . Michael B . Dollinger and computer science professor Dr. Howard Ban­ dy have been studying the new method in the hope that it can be incorporated into courses for PLU students. Dollinger, who has already spent many weeks working with the procedu re, has presented it to the

PLU mathematics and computer science faculty i n a series of six department seminars. He was also i nvited to discuss the new method at the Washington Commu nity College Mathematics Conference in May. Bandy has taken the mathemat­ ics and put it on a computer program . "Preliminary tests of the new procedure by Bell Labs on large, industrial size problems indicate that it performs many times faster than the sim plex method and that the advantage g rows rapidly with m o re complicated problems, " Dollinger sai d . If the procedure performs as well as expected, it will not only be able to handle many linear programming prob­ lems faster tha n the si m plex method can , but it may also be applied to problems that are left u nsolved now because they are too big and too complex " . He added with caution that it is too early to assess fully the useful ­ ness o f the Karmarkar method. "We have to separate theory from practice, " he said . " It's a remark­ able theoretical result and it has a lot of promise, but the results are not all i n yet . " A s a n indication of the need for caution, Dollinger and Bandy have applied the new method to a number of small problems that are typically used in an instruction­ al context. "For problems of this size, Karmarker's new method appears to be more complicated and much slower than the older simplex method, " Dolli nger said.

A frequent visitor to the U S , he has also taught at Princeton, Col­ gate, Iowa and other American u niversities. The new PLU post was created to recognize excellence in writing and to present the finest literary a rtists to the Puget Sou nd region. Besides instruction and public readi ngs, a rtists have the oppor­ tun ity for commemorative publi­ cations with PLU's Elliott Press.

Swedish -born singer-actress A n n ­ Charlotte Harvey will join the Gordon Tracie Trio as headliners at the second annual Nordic Nigh t celebration June 21 at the Tacoma Country and Golf Club. The gala benefits the planned PLU Scandinavian Cultural Center. For information about invitations, call 537-8502.


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At a recent ceremony in the president's office at PLU senior sociology major Ruth Christianson was presented with a plaque, $200 check and a letter of congratula­ tions from the National Education Association as first-place win ner of its national essay contest Ruth's essay [reproduced here] was a result of her Cooperative E d u cati o n i nter n s h i p at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital i n Taco­ ma, where she worked with chil­ d ren who have life-threatening diseases . The daughter of Chris and Anne Ch ristia nson, Ruth was a spring g raduate of PLU . I n addition to the cash prize of $ 200 Ruth's essay will be published in the Journal of Cooperative

Children 's Hospital By Ruth Christianson

" Don't worry . You'll get over it. Believe me. " That was the assur­ ance of my work su pervisor when I confessed to her that I was ter­ rified of hospitals The following Ruth Christianson accepts her national essa y award from PLU President Dr William evening as I wandered down the Rieke. halls of the children's hospital for guard by that first death . I knew words, "Popcorn, " " Pe a n uts , " the fi rst ti me I repeated her words this little boy hadn 't much longer "Purple," " Petu n ias . " Then fol under my breath and tried not to lowed four excited commentaries to live, yet no matter how expectnotice that strange, permeati ng, ed, death, a t the moment of its on how each had come to choose hospital smel l . occurrence it came as a shock. I was here to study children with her word. Next I chose the letter life-threatening illnesses. Months While I was lea rning this lesson I " B " a nd the responses were, Education. was assigned a 1 3-yea r-old boy " Boys , " " Bl u e , " " Butterflies , " earlier, when I had come to that decision with the help of my who had yet to be diag nosed . "Bananas . " Again the commen After comparing everything from mited blood I slowly lowered her taries, this time interspersed with faculty advisor at school, it sou ndfavorite musical g roups, sports , back down to the pillow. As I did, I g iggles Next, I ca lled out the letter ed like an interesting topic of study. But later, when I hesitantly , good movies, and even school. noticed that her i nch long hair had "C" and from the darkness fou r our conversation g rew serious. He little voices chorused, "Cancerl " entered the hospital room of a sixcome out from where I had touchlooked down for a moment, and ed her head, and was now coverMy kids have, in their gentle way, year-old cancer patient, I couldn't then whispered, "You know, I'm ing my right hand. both knowingly and un knowingly help wishing that I had chosen an not scared to die . " I explained that taught me many things over the Appa rently the o rdeal of vomiteasier internship it's okay to be afraid, and remi ndi ng had been enough to momen past yea r The images in my mind I remember standing outside ed him that the doctors didn't tarily a rouse her, for as I left the are both hu morous and hea rtthe door trying to prepare myself even know what was wrong with rending. for the sight of the bald, sickly, room a feeble voice called out h i m yet. He looked up and nodded There have been a number of from behind me, "Ruth . . I love little g i rl inside. Taking a deep with a half-hea rted smile. Then, you " I left her room with a bloodtimes during my internship that if breath, I walked in very profesfilled bedpan in one hand, her tiny after a moment he added, " But it had n 't been for my family, my sionally and introduced myself. hairs covering my other hand, and you know what seems kind of friends, and my extraordinary kids, Although less tha n enthused to I would have quit. The human spirit tears streaming down my cheeks. I fu n ny to me? People waste so meet me, she did permit me to much of their lives run n i ng from had changed my mind . I could take can take a surprising a mount of stay and color with her for a while. death . " The next day he was it. What I couldn 't take was leaving grief. But there comes a point As I sat on the foot of her bed diagnosed with a very rare and where it can take no more. Red rawing palm trees, I thought, my kids. fatal form of leukemia . He died "This isn't so hard . " But my cockicently, over a period of three Not long ago I sat visiting with two weeks later. weeks, five of my kids d ied . My my six-year-old girl whom I had ness was cut short when my T h e weeks at the h ospita l met my first night at the hospita l . normal human reaction was to run coloring partner looked up at me changed me. I decided to apply to She wasn't feeling well but had from the pain at the hospital back a n d asked, "Are you going to g raduate schools to pursue a to the comfort of school. wanted to tal k for a while. My come to my funeral?" professional counsel i ng degree supervisor had told her earlier that I had a meeting with my work How do you respon d to a quesMy internship had served only to supervisor to explain to her that I day of my decision to go on to tion like that? This was something whet my appetite for the profesg rad uate school so that I could just cou ldn't take it anymore. It that all the behavioral science sion of counseling childre n with work professionally with kids like h u rt too much . I had beg un to classes in the world couldn't teach life-threatening illnesses. hate a nswering my phone for fear me how to handle. I saw a pair of her. She wanted to d iscuss this I began my internship working matter with me . of once again heari ng , " Ruth, i ntelligent little eyes gazing i ntentIy at me, awaiting my reply I with terminally-ill patients who just died . " I wanted out. My superAs we sat together she said, happened to be children . I now "Ruth, it will be h a rd for you to visor tried to convince me to take smiled and asked her if she wa nted work a l l your life with sick kids. work with children who happen to some time off without quittin g . me to come. She beamed, and But I refused . h ave ter m i n a l i l l n esses . T h i s , You'll be sad a lot when some of us sai d , "Yep! I like you ! " die. Sometimes when I thi n k of my per h a ps m y m o s t d ra m a t i c As I walked d own the hall from During the following weeks and friends who have d ied and are in change of perspectives, occurred her office I saw one of my sevenmonths I slowly gained confidence Heaven now I get sad . But I know one evening as I sat in a room year-old girls in for her monthly when dealing with the process of I'll see all of them when I get to occupied by four little g irls with chemotherapy treatment. I poked dyi ng. But the same doubts and my head in the door for a moment Heaven . And then I ' m not sad various forms of cancer. uncertainties about my chosen anymore. 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Students

PLU Student M athematicians

New Mem bers I nducted Into Arete Society

ank Natio n ally A team of Pacific Lutheran U n ­ ivers ity mathematics students placed 34th in the Putnam Exa ms, an an nual North American com­ petition in which over 350 schools participated this year. It was PLU's highest finish ever in a competition that i ncludes all major colleges and universities in the U S and Canada, and is one of the top two placings a m o n g Northwest schools. According to math professor Michael Dollinger, in his fou rth year as team coach , PLU's highest previous finish was 57th, with several placi ngs i n the sixties. Steven Weston, a senior from Bellevue, Wash., finished 1 70th among more than 2 1 00 com ­ petitors. Teammate Richard Wim­ berley, a Tacoma senior, scored less than two points lower to finish 204th , also in the top 1 0 percent. All four PLU competitors, includ­ ing Tacomans Karl Arbaugh and Joe Tobiason, placed among the top third of the competitors. Dollinger reported that Harvard , Yale and Pri nceton universities finished a mo n g the top five schools. The top 10 published leaders were all major universities. Putnam competitors work on 1 2 "very complex" math prob­ lems during the six-hour test, and practice for several weeks prior to the competition with assistance from Dolli nger and fellow math professor Bria n Dorner.

M ESA HOnOrS Minority High School Stu dents T w e n ty - f i v e m i n o r ity h i g h school students from Tacoma were honored at the first annual M ESA Awards and Recognition Banquet, held May 18 at PLU . Both achievement and partici­ pation awards were presented to students who maintained a certain g rade point average or improved their academic performance dur­ ing the past academic year. The MESA (Mathematics, E n ­ gineering, Science Achievement) program is i ntended to assist minority students who might con­ sider careers in the three fields. Administered in Tacoma by the PLU M i nority Student Programs office under auspices of a state gra nt, the prog ram involves a variety of activities such as field trips, original research, college and job opportunities sessions and others. Foss, Lincoln and Stadium high schools participate i n the local prog ram

Putnam winners from left: Karl Arbaugh, Richard Wimberly, Steven Weston and Joseph Tobiason with Or Michael Dollinger

Energy Education works hop To Be Offered At PLU An energy education workshop for pri mary and secondary school teachers will be presented at Pacific Lutheran University June 1 7-28. The workshop, offered by the Department of Earth Sciences, features field trips to a nuclear power plant, a hydroelectric plant and a coal mine. Instructors are PLU earth sci­ ences professors Dr. John Herzog and Dr, Walter Youngqu ist. Some scholarships are available, made possible by a $ 4,000 g rant from the Shell Companies Fou n ­ dation . More information is available by calling PLU, 535-7408.

Thirty-one new members were inducted i nto the PLU Arete Socie­ ty April 30. The students, most of whom are seniors, were chosen for their demonstration of high scholastic achievement and commitment to the liberal arts. Arete was organized in 1 969 by faculty Phi Beta Kappa members. Cu rrently their are 26 faculty fel­ lows represented. 1 985 inductees are: seniors Her­ bert Becker of Enumclaw; Timothy Biblarz, Sandra Merrill, and David Pratt of Puyallup; Phillip Bouterse, John Duppenthaler, Lau rie Lovrak and May Wong of Tacoma; Keith Folsom of St. Maries, I d . , and Michelle Clemence of San Diego, Calif. Also Lori Cornell and Den nis Hickman of Kent; James Dejong of Orange City, la., Ala n Garvey of S e a t t l e , M a rg a ret K rauss of Philomath, are., Elanore Long of Moscow, Id , Elizabeth Pulliam of Centralia, Erica Reule of Portland, are , David Rich of Deerfield, I I I . ; a n d Sarah R u n n i n g of Groton, Con n . A!so P a u l Sackschews k y o f Valentine, Neb , Cynthia Shepher of Spokane, Denise Stoaks of Au­ rora are.; Niel Tracht of Sumner, Kathryn Upton of Richland, and Steven Weston of Bellevue. Junior inductees a re : Davi d Ericksen of Bellingham, Pamela Faller of Hillsboro, are.; Mark Has­ kins of Tacoma, Mon ica Keller of K e n t . a n d K r i st e n W o l d o f Puyallup.

Med ica l-Su rgical Refres her For RNs Is Offered Dan Gailey

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Earns Downbeat

KPLU-FM 8 8 a t P L U ended a seven-day fund drive in May by exceeding its $ 70,000 goal by $ 5,000, accordi ng to g e n eral manager Martin Neeb. More than 2,000 listeners sup­ ported the drive, which represent­ ed a $ 1 3,000 increase over last November and $ 35,000 more than May 1 984.

Magazine Awa rd Dan Gailey, a PLU senior from Tacoma, recently won Downbeat M ag a z i n e's Deebee Award for "best original composition on the collegiate leve l . " His composition, "Bossa for Wayne," was also one of his two wi nning works at the University of Idaho Jazz Festival in Moscow, I d . At the Idaho Festival, the PLU Jazz Combo took first place and the Jazz E n se m b l e earned a superior rating Gailey was run ner­ up in the jazz soloist competitio n . Music professor Roger Gard di­ rects the PLU jazz progra m .

A med ica l - s u rg ical refresher course for i nactive RNs or active RNs interested in retu rning to acute care nursing is offered at Pacific Luthera n University July 1 to Aug 2 The course i ncludes theory up­ date, laboratory experience and a learning experience in a hospital setting. It is presented in coopera­ tion with five area hospitals by the PLU Continuing Nursing Education Prog ram . I nstructor is Constance Kirkpat­ rick, assistant professor of nursing at PLU . For more information call 5357685.


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Kellv Johnson

David Rich

RiCh, Joh n son Make It An Even Dozen PLU Ful bright Scholars David Rich of Allendale, N J , and Kelly Johnson of Kelso, Wa s h . became Pacific Luthera n U n ivers i ­ ty's eleventh and twelfth Fulbright Scholars in eleven years Both young men plan to study in Germany next yea r Rich will attend the U n ivers ity of Freiborg where he plans to research a nti ­ Semitic trends in Germany d u ri n g t h e 1 920s and '30s . J o hnson will attend the U n iver­ sity of Cologne, West Germany, to study the political a n d legal rela­ tionships between the West Ger­ man government and other co u n ­ tries in t h e European Economic Comm u n ity The Fulbright g rant provides a l l travel, tuition a n d living expenses as wel l as a monthly al lowance. Rich is the son of Mr. and M rs . Edward Rich of Deerfield, III . , and a g raduate of Northern H ig h lands

Reg ional High School in Al lendale, NJ. D u ri n g the 1 983 -84 academic yea r he attended the Un iversity of Vien na , where he studied lan­ guage and literature and attended the Congress of Final Solution At PLU he has worked closely with history professor Dr. Ch ristopher Brow n i n g , a recog n ized interna ­ tional expert on the Nazi Final Solution p o licies. Johnson, a 1 984 g rad uate of Pacific Luthera n , was active in I nternational Students Organiza ­ tio n , a n d spent t h e s u m mer of 1 984 studyi ng i n Switzerland. Following h i s year in Germany, Joh n son plans to attend the U n ­ iversity of Was h ington L a w School prepa ring for a career in intern a ­ tional law . He i s the s o n of M r . and M rs . Royal Johnson of Kelso.

Three outstanding PLU chemis­ try students have received high honors from the America n C h e m ­ ical Soci ety Steve Keller, a ju nior fro m Bel l i n ­ gham, Wash , i s o n e o f three u nderg ra duate students in the U nited States to be awarded a s u m m er resea rch s t i p e n d of $ 2 , 000 fro m the polymer division of the ACS . Tacoma junior Doug G rider also applied for the award a n d was na med a lternate, g iving PLU two of the to p fo u r a p p l icants in the nation . Joe Tobiason, also a Tacoma junior a n d son of PLU chemistry professor Dr. Fred Tobiason , won the Outsta n d i n g Research Award in the student affi liate tech nical paper co m petition of the ACS Puget So und reg ion . The most recent PLU student to win that competition was Jane Pollack in 1 97 5 . Keller's sum mer project, u nder the su pervi sion of Dr. Tobiason, will make use of a new Nicolet Fou rier Tra nsform I nfra red Spec­ trometer at PLU to study confor­ m a ti o n a l b e h a v i o r o f cyc l i c phenol -formaldehyde molecules . These c y l i c a l m o l e c u l e s fo r m c a g e s t h a t tra p o t h e r s i n g le molecules or metal ions and act as catalysts for reactions. The polymers that w i l l be used w e re obta i n e d f rom research chemists at Kanazawa University in Japan a n d were a lso studied dur­ i n g l a st s u m m e r ' s r e s e a r c h progra m . D u ri ng that prog ra m Joe To ­ biason and Grider studied the experimental and theoretical as-

pects of a polymer under Dr. Tobiaso n ' s direction The polymer is a very i m po rtant thermo plastic molding material produced by G e n e ra l E l ectric C o m p a n y A selected set of run sam ples was su ppl ied to the PLU researchers by D r . Dwain White of G . E . Tobiason's w i n n ing presenta ­ tion , "The Dipole Moments and Chain Configurational Properties of P o l y ( 2 , 6 - D i m e t h y 1 - p ­ phenylene oxide) Acetate, " dealt with that study This yea r's research paper co m ­ petition was held a t Seattle U n iver­ sity. It will be held next year at PLU ' s new Rieke Science Center.

PLU AnnOunCes Cheney Fou ndation Merit Scholars Five PLU students were reci­ pients of Ben B . Cheney Fou n d a ­ tion Merit Sch olarships this s p ri n g . They were G l e n n Burnett of Ellensburg and M o nica Keller a n d Thomas Phelps o f Kent, a l l j u n iors; and Elizabeth Anne P u l l iam of Seatt l e a n d B l a i r Sch m i d t of Thousand Oaks, C a l if . seniors. Cheney Scholars are selected by vote of faculty in five depart­ ments. High academic achieve­ ment is the major criteri a . T h e scholars h i ps were present­ ed by J o h n Ha nsler and Elgin Olrogg, Cheney Foundation trus ­ tees .

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Stu dent Resea rc h Fu nded By Olsen, Ramstad sti pends Seven stude nts w i l l spend 1 0 weeks i n s u m mer chemistry re­ search in the new Rieke Science Center, s u p p orted by the Robert C. O lsen F u n d . They are Jeffrey B l u h m , sopho­ more from Kla math Falls, Ore . ; Douglas Grider, Tacoma j u n ior; M a rl ys N esset, also a Tacoma j unior; Diane Nesset- To l l efso n , Tacoma g raduate student; Dennis Nichols, Spokane j u n ior; Paul Sac­ kschewsky, senior from Va lentine, Nebr . ; and Kate Schna rre, sopho­ more from Edmonds. Each will work o n a n individual research p roject which is a part of a facu lty member's ongoing i n ­ vestigations The Olsen Fund is n a m ed in h o n o r of c h e mi stry professor emeritus Dr. Robert C. Olsen and is funded by g ifts from a l u m n i and friends grateful for D r . Olse n ' s i nspiratio n , instruction and g u i­ da nce.

Nichols is also the reci pient of the 1 985 -86 Anders and E m ma Ramstad Schola rsh i p , presented a n n u a l l y to a n o u t s t a n d i n g chemistry major whose personal accom plish ments a n d social re­ sponsibil ity have also been out­ sta n d i n g . Nichols h a s been an active par­ tici pant i n ASPLU, student congre­ gation and the swi m team and serves the chemistry department as a teaching assistant. He w i l l work this su mmer with che mistry professor D r . Sheri To n n on isola­ tion and cha racterization of an enzyme . The Ra msta d Sc h o l a rs h i p i s named in honor o f the late D r . Anders Ramstad and his wife, E m m a . D r . R a m st a d b e g a n chemistry instructi on at P LU i n the '20s, his wife began the PLU a l u m n i prog ra m .

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Joe Tobiason, Doug Crider, Steve Keller


P3dfIC Luttlenln UnIVersity SCene

June1985

11 The Arts

A 300 th message

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20- Year Vocational Struggle Preceded Bach 's Fulfillmen t Of God 's Calling

By Dr. Ralph Gehrke

Perhaps we ca n gain some appreciation of what God did and is stil l doing through his servant Johann Sebastian if we focus on the sense of vocation or cal l i ng that Bach had i n h is life. For i t i s clear from repeated a nd specific expressions by the master himself that Bach felt called by God to serve God and his neigh bors as a musician. Bach believed this not only when he was making chu rch music but a lso when he was making so-called secular music u nder the auspices of city councils and princes. As he followed the vocation God gave him, Bach had to make the same sort of difficult choices about h is life's vocation in the same sort of frustrating circu mstances that a l l of us experience. Young Johann Sebastian at the age of 1 8 (when he had com pleted his formal educa­ tion and was looking for a suitable job) was , making crucial vocational decisions. At that point in his life it becomes clear that what this promising young man was aspiring to was to be a cantor (a combination of liturgical organ ist, choirmaster a nd composer>, a con ­ sum mate church musician. But - as often happens i n the vocations we choose - it took Bach almost 20 years to i mplement the plans he had made to devote himself completely to what he called "wel l ­ organized church music . " I n fact, a s the many and various positions he held in the meantime, his su itcase, so to say, never seems to have been fully unpacked . His first job, as violinist at the Court in Weimar, held promise of future advancement to the post of Kappelmeister, concert master; but his stay in Weimar was, by Bach's own choice, very brief. Even after he obtai ned the position of organist at Armstadt and then at Mueh­ Ihausen, and then of both organist and concert master back at the court i n Weimar, the path to his vocational goals was blocked by frustration after frustration, a not u ncom ­ mon experience for a l l who pursue a genuine vocation . O nce it was unruly school boys who refused to function as a choir and actually succeeded in ruining his future at Arnstadt, brea king h is patience and provoking the hot­ tempered director to sca ndalous action. (It ended up with Bach chasing the ring leader around the church with a drawn sword!> At other times it was the pietists in both pulpit and pew who were so i ntent on only a " Me and Jesus"-type of worship that well-or­ ganized church music was i m possible. And so Bach shook the dust from his shoes and went elsewhere. At still other times it was the princes whom he served at various courts

who were more i nterested in Bach 's provid­ ing entertai nment a nd d i n ner music for the nobil ity than church music in the court chapels (even though Bach did as much of that as was possible>. This is not to say, however, that Bach did not, at each of these posts, devote himself wholeheartedly, and with astounding suc­ cess, to whatever task God gave h i m . Hence even h is so-called secu lar music ( h is concer­ tos for i nstance) often bear the bench­ marks, in his own handwriting . J .J . (Jesus juva, Jesus Help Me) a nd/or S . D . G . (Soli Deo Gloria . To God alone the G lory ! > . But ultimately entertai n i ng royalty was not fulfi lling h is life's d rea m - a fact that was brought home to h i m with tremendous force on the day he retu rned from a most enjoyable i nterlude when he accompanied Duke Leopold in a stay at the fashionable resort Ka r l s b a d in B oh e m i a ( m o d e r n Czechoslovakia). He retu rned home to find his wife not only dead but already buried and four distraught small children on his hands. In due time he married a cousi n , Anna Magdale­ na, another wonderful woman who ap­ preciated her husba nd's g ifts and vocation . Thereafter Bach kept on applying for the positions of cantor at places where he believed he might serve God accordi ng to the vocation he believed God had given h i m , concentrating o n centers that fostered his type of chu rch music, places like Hamburg and Leipzig where the old church music tradition was still strong and healthy and where the potential ities of his dream m ig ht be fulfil led . People have often wondered why Bach chose, so to say, to board a train heading towa rd the post of being a cantor i n a day when it had become fashionable for most g ifted m usicians to board express trains headed in the opposite d i rection, toward posts as concert-masters. The cultu re of Bach's day, the culture of the Enlightenment, considered traditiona l positions l ike that of cantor, hopelessly old-fashioned . It was not, of course, because Bach was an u ncritical captive of the traditional viewpoints of his fa m i ly and church. Despite the fact that Bach knew, appreciated, and had i ndeed mastered that tradition, he was not its captive. He was in fact always open to the new music of his day, integ rating not only the French style from Versailles but also the new operatic style from Italy i nto his music. Bach remained faithful to h is life's voca ­ tion. He had already tried his hand at the promising new genre of church music called the cantata; and he had developed his own style of chorale prelude on the orga n . So he knew he was following God's cal l - and he said as much - when he opted out of a secure position (we academicians would ca l l it a ten u red position) as Kapellmeister at the

court of a most sympathetic and beloved prince, Duke Leopold, and embarked on a problematic new ca reer as Cantor and Direc­ tor of all Public Music in Leipzig, the second la rgest center for German church music after Hamburg . And it was in Leipzig (where the position of cantor was loaded down with an extraordi ­ nary amou nt of other duties) that Bach was finally able to do what he believed God had called him to do. The resultant productivity was awesome. I n the first three years a lone, to cite only one exa mple of his work, Bach wrote a new ca ntata for each Su nday and Major Festival of the chu rch yea r. That meant at least 1 50 extended original works of 20 to 30 m i nutes each, for choir, soloists and orchestra - enough ca ntatas, by the way to last him, on a th ree yea r cycle, the rest of h is career there. The parts had to be copied out by hand, a task i n which he was aided by his wife, children, students and occasionally even household servants. Also, each cantata per­ formance had to be rehea rsed and then conducted . Bes i des p re p a r i n g ca ntata s which were the musical highpoint of the week in Leipzig, he was busy at a host of other tasks, (a) supervising all the church m usic at the four city churches and at the University chapel, (2) teaching Latin and musica l com ­ position at the St. Thomas School, (3) giving harpsichord lessons to promising students, (4) providing special music for im portant funerals, weddi ngs, civic occasions, (5) being the father of a brood of ten precocious children. Bach Lived the faith he expressed in his music. He amassed a sizeable library, the cata log of which indicates that he was a diligent student of Scripture, of theology, and of rhetoric. He may well have written the libretti of a nu mber of h is cantatas. The cantatas - together with the Passions for Holy Week - represent the climax of h is church music . . What accounts for Bach's extraordinary productivity? Was it only his superior gifts? Or, was it perhaps because he was so diligent and conscientious? The God whom Bach served, made Bach the superior musician he was, enabling h i m to respond to the call He gave him for his life'S work. As a New Testa ment lesson ( Matthew 1 3 :44-5 1 ) presents it, "that's the way the Kingdom is: someone, l i ke Bach, finds a treasure, a pearl of g reat price, sacrifices everything to gain possession of it, and sing lemindedly brings forth from that Gos­ pel-Treasure what is both old and new . " Dr. Ralph Cehrke, PLU profes­ . sor of religion, presented the above reflections at a March 18 PLU convocation com­ memorating Bach 's 300th birthday. (Abridged)


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Corporate Gifts, Gra nts Fund va riety

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Schola rship. Ca pita l . Academic Needs $50, 000 from the Boeing Com­ pany and $ 34 000 from the Con ­ sortiu m for the Advancement of Higher Education (CAPHE) were among the major new g ifts from outside o rganizations to Pacific Lutheran U niversity during the past academic yea r Boei ng's second $50,000 gift to the capita l ca mpaign funded the advanced engi neeri ng laboratory in the Rieke Science Center, The CAPH E matching challenge funds the formation of five new i nterdisciplinary courses at PLU , A second U S Office of Educa­ tion g rant of $39,972 contin ues s u pport of the master's deg ree program in special education U nion Pacific Railroad is assisting i n completion of the science cent­ er th rough a fou r-yea r $20,000 pledge Thei r grant makes possible the energy-saving heati ng u n it with i n the ieke Science Center Repeat $ 1 0 , 000 s c h o l a rs h i p g rants have been received from the lIen more, Ben B, Cheney, F u chs a nd W Ki l w o rth Founda­ t i o n s New scholarship oppor­ tu nities a re offered by Olym ie Stain a n d B u rg e r King Other gifts and g ra nts above the $5 000 level have bee n rece i v ed from Aid Association for Luthe­ ra ns, G l aser a n d Seattle Founda ­ tions, Publ ic Broadcasting System A\pac Corporation - Pepsi Colan ­ Up Bottling Company of Tacoma, ,

The First Corporate Endowed SCholarships The 1 984-85 academic yea r was the first yea r that PLU has been the beneficiary of corporate endowed scholarships, Most recent of these were sig­ nificant gifts from Recreational E q u i pm e n t Incorporated a n d Puget Sound Bancorporation, The $ 25 000 REI Schola rsh ip is intend­ ed for students interested i n the environment, the arts or social services, Puget Sound Ba ncorporation 's $30,000 scholarship award is i n ­ tended for j u niors a n d sen iors majoring in business administra i o n , w h o have demonstrated leadershi p q ual ities in school, the com m u n ity a n d work experi­ t:n ces , Earlier in the yea r PLU recei ed a $ 2 00 , 0 00 co m m i tm e n t f r o m R a i n ier Ba nco rporati on w h i ch fu nds s c h ol a rs h i p s for mi n o r l tv 5 udents studying bus i nes s a d ­ ministration, ,

Also Autzen, Fuchs and Simpson Timber Fou ndations, Other sign ifica nt gifts have been received from the Ca rnation and Sea rs Roebuck fou n dations, from the Seattle Times/Post I ntelligenc­ er and Tribune Publishing Com­ panies, and from U nited Ba nk a n d Kn ight, Va le and Gregory,

Ra ndall Elected TO PLU Boa rd

Of Regents William S, Randall of Seattle was elected to fill a regent-at- I a rge position on the PLU Board of Regents ea rlier this month Th e election was ratified d u ring the an nual PLU Corporation meet­ i n g held in Portla n d , Ore , J u ne 1 The meeting was held in conjunc­ tion \'N ith the an nual convention of the N o rth Pacific District America n Lut eran Ch urch , Members of the district a re corporate owners of he university Ran dall is pre iden t and ch ief executfve officer of Rrs I nterstate Ba n k of Washi ngton e is also president of the board of direc­ tors, Pacific Coast Banking School The corporation also re-elected five regents a n d ratified the re ­ election of regent-3t-la rg e Dr Thomas Anderson and Alumni As­ sociation representative Dr. Roy Virak, both of Tacoma . Re-elected were Helen Belgu m of Copa lis Beach, Wash . ; A I Fink of Odessa, Was h . ; Rev, David Steen of Olympia , Wash . ; Dr, Richard Klein of Tacoma and Rev. Ronald Marti n ­ s o n of Anchorage, Alaska , The Corporation also ratified the re-election of Pau l Hoglund of Seattle and Rev, Lee Kluth of Kirkland, representatives to the board from the Lutheran C h u rch i n America (LCA)

PLU H osts NW abor History Co nfere nce A Pacific Northwest Labor His­ tory Conference wi/' be held at Padfic Luthera n University June 21 -23 The conference, co-sponsored by the PLU h istory department a nd the Pacifi c N orthwest La b o r H istorv Association , i s of particular interest to social studies teachers and may be taken for professional credit U nion activity in mining and the waterfronts. strikes a nd boycotts are among the conference topics For more information call (206) 473-3810.

A briefly spectacular two-alarm fire in Ramstad Hall Ma y 20 tempora nly slowed renovation on the former SCience building Damage was confined to areas being rebuilt, and officials antiCipate that the School of Nursing and Student Life will still be able to move in in the fall.

PLU centen nial Cou ntdown Begins; Com m ittee Seeks Celebration Ideas The countdown has beg u n Pacific Lut h e ra n U n iversity's 94th academic yea r has just en ded, a nd the 1 990-91 Centen nial Year is looming in the not too distant futu re. The Centennial pla n n ing process began this past year with the org a nization of a Centennial committee. The committee chair is business admin istration professor Dr. Thomas Sepic " It's not too ea rly to beg i n building enthusiasm for the Cen tennial," Sepic observed He emphasized th the com mittee is seeking the b roadest possibl e participation i n the plan ning p rocess "Any and ali i deas are welcomed, " he added, While the Centen n i a l will celebrate the h i storical perspective, " haVing come th iS far, " we " a lso hope to celebrate where we can go i n the futu re , " the chairm a n said, The worki ng Centennial theme is "PLU- Ed ucating for Service Century II Plans are extremely tentative at this stage, but one idea being -

floated i s t o des i g n ate each month of the Centenn ial year to spotlight the university's service to one (or more) of its many publics - such as the church, business, minorities, i nternational g roups and many others . The comm ittee is also soliciting historical information of all kinds. PLU history professor Dr. Philip Nordquist h a s been co m m i s sioned to coord i nate and prepare a Centennial history M e mb e rs of t h e Centen n ial com mittee, i n a d dit i o n to Sepic re presiden t's a n d Nordqu ist, executive associate Lucille Girou , plan ned giving d i recto r Ed Larson , la ng uages professor Jane , asm u sse n , l i b ra ry dIrector John Heussman, media relations dlrector Joe Coffman, alu mni di rector Walter Sh aw , and slu ms David stee n ' 57 of OlYmpIa and Betty Hetseth '66 o f Tacoma Suggestions and in formati o n may be shared with a n v of the members . Sepic may be reached by calling (206) 535-7307 or by writing him c/o the School of Business Administration,

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June 1985

Campus

LU Alu ms Typify people Needed In Hea lth Ca re Profession s' - Schwa rz The health care professi o n is faci ng many d ifficult issues a n d c h a l l e n g e s ; q u a l i t i es ty p i ca l l y fou n d i n Pacific Lutheran Univers i ­ ty g raduates are needed to effec­ tively meet these chal len ges These themes were addressed by D r . Roy Schwarz d u ri ng h i s keyn ote address a t h e dedication of the Rieke Science Center i n J a n u a ry Schwarz '59 i s the Ameri­ can Medica l Association's vice­ president for medical ed ucati on a n d science policy. The spira l i n g cost of health care is a critical issue caused by several d ifficult problems, Schwarz ob­ served . Major causes, he i nd i cated , i nclude aging of the populati o n , b ro u g h t about in part by new medica l tech n ology that has also I m pacted many other area s; mal­ p r actice and liability Changes; a rei m burse ment system that e n ­ cou rages ove ruse ; and t h e i n ­ c reasi n g n u mber of health care p rofessio nal s . "The m ost d ifficult of a f l these ethi cal issues is the growi n g real i ­ zat ion that we ca n not afford to provide a l l kinds of care to a l l peo ple , Schwarz added Following are his e10s1 g re­ marlt abou people in the h ealtl1 care p rofess i ons . 'G i v e n r h p m ass iv e ch ange WlllCh is occurri n g , the ti me rra me over that cha nge a nd th e c ha l ­ len ges asso ciated therewith . i is I m perative that we ask ourselves what ki ds of people will be needed to meet these challenges i n the futu re "First a n d foremost. we w i l l need people who know w h o they

a re, where they have co me from a n d what eth ical a n d religi ous values they use to g u ide their lives . These individuals m ust also have the strength of their convictions a n d the a b i l ity to ap ply their ethical va l u es to new situations . I n short, we will need people l i ke Christy Vlleland, M 0 '63. "Secon d ly, we need peo ple who a re mo re broadly educated than ever before. I n addition to science, this education m u st include law. politics, ethics , busi ness , co mpu­ ters and i nternational affa i rs - i n short, informati o n from every area of hu man en deavor that is i m pacted by the charges in health . Cliff Lunde '51 is such a person. "Th i rd l y , o u r futu re leaders will need to u n dersta nd the basic tenents on w hich science is built a n d the evolving frontiers of that science. This foll ows s i nce tile medicine of to morrow is being created i n the science la boratories of tod ay . A person who unde r­ sta n ds thiS is Jens Knudsen '52.

" Fo u rth . people will be needed with g l o ba l orientations who are tolera nt of cu ttu ra l , ed ucation a l , religiOUS, ethi cal a n d political dif­ ferences This f ol io s since the dile m ma s whi ch we ace i n the U n i t ed S ta tes ;:) fe be i ng felt a r o u n d the globe a n d th � solu­ tions often can on ly beg in h ere Dorothy Meyer- $chnaible '49 is s u ch a person " Fifth and fina l ly. the future leaders must possess hope about the future and not despa i r at the magn itude of the problems we face. Earl Tilly '56 exemplifies this

idea l . The creativity of the h u ma n m i n d h a s n o t yet been exhau sted, in fact, it has hardly been scratch­ e d . As God has given us the ability to t h i n k , so He gave us potential access to solutions to o u r dilem­ mas. He, as you know, said He would feed the spa rrows but He d i d not say He would put the food i n thei r nests . As such , if we devote o u r creative energ ies to finding sol utions we will find them - but we must be w i l l i n g to put in the effort and we must not be dis­ cou raged "The role that Pacific Lutheran ca n play in a l l of this is to p roduce the kinds of peo ple that have been described . We need to p roduce people l i ke Wil l i a m Foege '57 who, throu gh his co ncern , g lobal orien ­ tatio n , o pti mism and hardwork, was i n strume nta l i n erad i cati ng smallpox from the face of the gl obe "We need to p rod uce more peo ple like Lloyd Nyhus ' 45, who as the chairma n of surgery at the U n iverSity of I l l inois, IS tra i ning the acad mic leaders for depa rtments of s u rgery in the fu ture I n thiS process he i n s i s ts on a f i r m g ro u n d i ng i n the sciences w ich are ba SIC to med iCine and expres­ sion of hu m a n ita ria nism "We need to train more people Ii e Eugene Strand ness ' 50 w h o ha s, through his scie ntific creativi ­ ty , increased ou r un dersta n d i ng of the circulatory system of the h um a n bod y an d its alteration by di sease states . "We also need to create more Don Keith 's '54. As a fa mily d octor,

eldakers And Joh nsons Honored B y Pa rent' s Cl u b M r . and Mrs . Charles Geldaker of West Lin n , OR, a n d M r. a n d M rs . Wayne Johnson of Willisto n , N . D . . have been named Pa rents o f the Yea r at Pacific Luthera n U n iversity. The Geldakers were n o m i nated by their daug hter, Heidi, a sopho­ more at PLU , and Jerry Johnson, a PLU senior, nominated h i s

Carol, Heidi and Ch uck Geldaker

pa rents . The Parent of the Year award is based on cha racter, co m m itment to Ch ristian ed ucation, and co m­ m u n ity leadership and service. Geldaker, a '58 PLU a l u m , is head o f the m a th d e p a rt m e n t at Lakeridge H i g h School in West L i n n , and M rs . Geldaker, a ' 5 7 a l u m ,

i s a substitute teacher a n d coach. Heidi is the thi rd of their children to attend P LU . Jerry is the youngest of seven Johnson s i b l i ngs who have at­ tended P LU . H is parents operate a farm near Will iston and like the Geldakers, hold leaders h i p posi­ tions i n their church .

Wa yne, Jerry and Dorothy Johnson

Don has been a p i l l a r of h is chu rch , pres ident of the Washington State Society and cha irman of o n e of the most important co m m ittees of the American Medical Associa ­ t i o n , namely. the Com m ittee on the Im paired Physician. H i s u nder­ standing, empathy and sense of soci al respo nsibility Is having an enormous im pact on the AMA just as it d i d in i n itiating a p rogram to provide free care for the poor and unem ployed i n Sea ttle d u ring the recent recess ion . "We also need to prod uce more peo ple l i ke B i l l Rieke 53 If B i l i ll ad chosen to, he cou l d have beco me a renown academic neurosurgeon and a n i nternationally acclaimed med i cal scientist He chose, how­ ever, to be involved in the fo rm u ­ l ation of you ng people's l ives h rough the educational process He, as much as anyon e I know, epitomize s the desired blend of breadth, visio n , flexibil ity, courage and d i l igence necessary to meet the challen ges of the Futu re "However. without the suppo and assistance of hi wife , J oa n ne '54, Bill Rieke would never have made the contri bution s that are so evident today Joann e has been a "to u chstone " for Bill i n hiS intellectual wandenngs , has serv ­ ed as s ou n t n g b ar d i n h is mc ­ ments of refl ec on , has bepn the s ustai ner in ha rd ti mes, and has said " n o " wh e n it n eed ed to be sai d . I t i s . therefore, i n deed fi i ng that the Regents have chosen to name this new facil ity after these two peo ple who epito mize the kinds of leaders which I believe we so des perately need in the futu re . And, both of them are products of this fine U n iversity " M ay God g ra n t Pacific Lutheran the co nti n u i ng opportu n ity to train more such peo ple using the Rieke Science Center as a focus for an education of the va riety that this U n iversity ca n so u n iquely provide. If i nstitutions s u ch as this fail i n that m ission, then God help u s as we face the challenges that t h e p r esent scientific a n d economic revol utions pose for o u r co untry and the world . " '

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PaCIfIC lUtheran Unlftnlty5cene

June1985

The President

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Address to Q-C/ub Banquet Mav 1 1, 1985 Members and Friends of that eminently successful orga nization known as Pacific Lutheran University's Q-Club: Thank you for being here and thank you for inviting me to address you - ten years to the month after I first had such an opportunity. The excite­ ment and enthusiasm for our organization and the U niversity crackles through the air this evening We're win ners; we've played winning ball for that decade, and we're not going to be constrained from shouting our success to the whole world. A very diverse group in many ways, we are united by our accomplishment and by our need to tell the story to others. The years together have been demanding: rewarding, d ifficult: excit­ ing, precarious: productive years that may accurately be summarized by "You've come a long way, baby." Together we celebrate that prog ress because together we brought it about. Some of you will recall how very different it was as I rose to address the first annual banquet in May of 1 975 . There were not 600 enthusiasts gathered i n Olson Audito rium for a gala evening as there a re tonight. but rather a few tables of loyal persons placed in half of Chris Knutzen Hall in the University Center. I had not yet relinquished my responsibilities of operating a near $ 1 00 million/year state university health sciences complex, let alone begun to move my family from Kansas City. Both within me and withi n those who heard me that evening, there were many uncer­ tainties and a great need for direction, for instructions. Yet none of us had orcould read the instruction book for the future. In retrospect, it was much like the situation of the brash individual who never sought i nstructions before attempting anything new. When it came time to garden he simply dumped the seed into soil and demanded productivity; or when cooking he simply threw meat into a heated skilled and insisted that it would become filet mignon. The day came when this bullheaded individual de­ cided he would learn to parachute. Only after his reluctant friends complied and, feeling free, he had pulled every rope and release known to him in an unsuccessful attempt to open his chute, did he begin to wonder whether he indeed should first have sought instruction. As his musings were about to be terminated by an abrupt meeting with terra firma he noticed with amazament a man shooting upward nearby. As their trajectories crossed, he called out, "Do you know anything about parachutes?" "No!." came back the anguished cry, "but do you know anything about Coleman stoves?" Obviously both had need for instruction. And so did we in 1 975. The Q-Club needed the instruction to There were only 400 members in 1 975. Tonight. 1 306 members document that the instruction to grow has yielded a 226 percent increase in the decade. In 1 975 it had taken the Q-Club all three of the years since it began in 1 972 to accumulate $31 3,000 in gifts. Now the Q-Club raises nearly twice that much every year. And most of it is in unrestricted money, which can and money. Unrestricted ' has been used wherever the need is greatest - scholarships, equipme;'lt. national tournagrow.

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ment travel. and on and o n . The unrestricted nature of the giving makes one dollar, in many cases, equivalent in impact to three or four designated dollars. But in 1 975 the University needed instruc­ tion, too. First. it needed the instruction to enlarge its visibility and image, and to enhance its relationship to community and church. There have been many, many heart­ ening things - such as just this past year the establishment of a Distinguished Writer i n Residence program filled by an international­ ly known Irish scholar, or the receipt of a first time ever major east coast foundation g rant evidenced by the $400,000 challenge from Kresge for the Science Center. Visibility and image have grown markedly. So, too, rela­ tionships with community and church have been enhanced. Now affirmed and support­ ed in ever increasing ways both by the churches that own us and those that do not. our presence in the community is also clearly known. As those of us who attended the All sports Banquet last week know, the local media affirm that the perception of PLU in the community even by those who don't work day-to-day with us is of a university "committed to excellence. " Excellence in acadmic, athletic, and Christian values. In 1 975, there was need for direction in so many other ways, too. The academic prog ­ ram of the University was really its shining star in 1 975. Yet it. too, needed direction for g rowth. So in the decade past. to state just a few examples, full-time faculty equivalents have increased 26.5 percent. going from 200 to 253. Student enrollments, though follow­ ing a sawtooth upward pattern, have in­ creased from 3367 to 3694 during the decade, a net 1 0 percent augmentation with an all-time record at the beginning of this year. Not only have the numbers of students increased, but the quality of the freshmen has increased, also. Accreditation was won for the first time ever in the M.BA Program, the departments of Music and Social Work, and reaccreditation of all previously accre­ dited units University-wide has been at­ tained. A variety of new, successful. and continuing programs has developed. In a list that is anything but complete I note Inte­ . grated Studies Program, legal studies, international studies and foreign exchange op­ portunities, special education at BA and MA levels, computer science at BA and MA and MS levels, the Family and Child Center community outreach of the new East Cam­ pus, the microcomputer club, and a host of other new academic and academic/service endeavors . In finance and facilities, probably more than anywhere else, the direction of the decade was felt. Annual debt service as a percent of total budget was troublesome in 1 975, but now even after assuming the load for the $ 1 0.75 million new building and renovation bond issue, debt service as a percent of total budget will be only half of what it was. Since 1 975 the bare,ly $1 0 million annual budget has grown annually for a total this year of nearly $34 million - or an increase of 236 percent over the decade. . Staying in the black each year has several times been very difficult, but it has occurred. Though tuition costs have increased, too,

during the decade, both the percent growth is sig nificantly less than the percent growth in total budget and, in spite of an nual increases, the percent that tuition is of the income of families who send their children to PLU has remained remarkably constant over the years. Though finances remain a continu­ ing concern, part of the reason for the progress of the decade has been the building from only a faithful very few to a sophisti­ cated, well directed and staffed Develop­ ment Office, with the concomitant return of increasing total g ift revenues from less than $ 600,000 ten years ago to over $4 million i n 84/85 . The Q-Club i s an important part ofthis direction of success. How gratifying, too, it is to reflect on the direction of faCilities changes during the decade. Places and facilities like the Knorr House, the Blomquist House, the East Cam­ pus, the Mathematics/Computer Science Building, and the new Physical Plant simply didn't exist in 1 975. The oldest, largest, most obsolete switchboa rd in the State of Washington has not only been replaced with a state of the art telephone system that now links both IN and OUT PLU WATTS lines to 50 states, but soon will also support networking with existing computer and television ser­ vices on campus. An old batch operated, punch card computer for business opera­ tions has been replaced with Dec Vax 1 1 /780 and 1 1 /750 that not only services administra­ tive but also academic and research opera­ tions through approximately 1 20 interactive terminals located campus-wide. A mic­ rocomputer laboratory supplements the main frames in the basement of the Library for students and faculty use, and faculty are, at a University-wide level, rapidly entering the age of CAl and computering programming for all disciplines. What was a 44,000 watt FM radio station with limited audience has become the NPR 100,000 watt KPLU-FM "where jazz and news live" and where not only students are trained but successful fund d rives among ever increasing numbers of listeners have made it the only budget in the entire University which each year requires fewer, not · more, general University dollars. And of course the facilities story has had a happy pinnacle during 1 984/85 as the 5,500 sq. ft. $ 1 12 million dollar Names Fitness Center and the 88,000 sq . ft. Rieke Science Center opened . Who could leave facilities without saying that 1 984/85 has also been the year when the eyesore (and nose-sorel of an antiquated, greatly overextended sewage treatment plant and ponds have been re­ moved as finally a sewer system came to Parkland/Spanaway. Thus, though it has been neither simple nor without its price, together and under God's guidance we have been blessed with many, many directions of progress. We also have been blessed with a growing circle of friends - such as you tonight - whose increase is not only in number but also in the understanding and empathetic support of the work and mission of the University. But it is not over. What of the future? What and how will we gain direction for it? The challenges will lie new and larger on all the fronts we described for the past decade Con Hnued on page 15


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Why Do n 't O u r Acti o n s Sync With I ntentions?

Pare nt- stu d ent Gath e ri ngs Set For Aug u st

By Edgar Larson Director, Plan ned Olvlng

By John Adlx ASSistant To The President

Estate Planning is an intentional a rt. It doesn 't just happen l You have to make it happen ! An i nteresting survey was conducted in recent months in the N orth Pacific District of the American Lutheran Church . A number of questions were asked which dealt with wills, and the use of wills, to leave a bequest to either one's cong regation o r the chu rch at large One doesn 't have to be a member of the ALC (or a ny church for that matter) to see the ramification of this su rvey The results of a couple of the questions a re intriguing. To the question: Would you be willing to make a gift in you r will to your cong regation or the ALC, 35 percent said "yes" and 37 percent answered " maybe. " Thus, a total of 72 percent were not opposed to taking such action , When those same people were asked if their wills contained a charitable provision for their cong regation or the ALC, only 12 percent a nswered "yes. " The disparity between 1 2 percent and 72 percent is astounding , Why the difference? The only answer that makes sense is that they never took the time or effort to carry out their i ntentions . Perhaps you have been putting off getting a will written o r u pdated . Or maybe you have delayed putting PLU or some other charity in your will. Possibly you have questions regard­ ing wills, or you need some assistance in preparation for going to your lawyer. We would like to help you take the all­ important intentional step of getting you r will written or updated , I t would b e o u r hope that PLU might be included in your list of bequests, but even if it isn't. we would like to offer our help, Either write or cal l (collect): Edgar Larson, Director of Planned Giving Pacific Lutheran U niversity Nesvig Alumni Center Tacoma, WA 98447 ( 206) 535-7420

PLU pa rents and students, prospective students and their parents will gather at six locations this summer for events sponsored by the PLU Parents Club. The events will offer a n opportu nity to meet PLU President William Rieke and his wife, Joanne, become more familia r with PLU and the educational process, and to meet one a nother. You are welcome to attend the event in your area ! Please call you r area contact person . NORTH PUGET SOUND Marysville, Wash. - Aug 1 , Bethlehem Lutheran Church; prog ram, 7 :30 p m , Con­ tact Bill and Jean McKay (252-2026) or Bill and Anne Timm (659-46971 . PORTLAND AREA Beaverton, Ore. - Aug . 5, st. Andrew Lutheran Church; potluck, 6:30 p m ; prog ­ ram, 7:30 p , m Contact AI and Marilyn Hanson (292-9893). TRI-CITIES AREA KennewiCk, WaSh, - Aug , 6, Cavanaugh Landing (Columbia Center); prog ram, 7:30 p m , Contact David and Marjorie Johnson (943 -01 62), SPOKANE AREA Spokane, wash. - Aug , 7, Home of Da rrel and Bernice Nichols (bring swimsuits!!; pot­ luck, 6:30 p , m , ; prog ram, 7:30 p m . Contact the Nichols (467 -8389). ANCHORAGE AREA Anchorage, Alaska - Aug , 1 3, Central Lutheran Church; potluck, 6:30 p , m , ; prog ­ ram, 7:30 p . m , Contact Charles and Lydia Tschopp (347 -1 6421. KETCHIKAN AREA Ketchikan, Alaska - Aug , 1 4, First Luthe­ ran Church; dinner, 6:30 p . m . ; program, 7:30 p . m . Contact Rev. O. B. Fjelstad (225-301 01. The Timms ( Marysville) and Tschopps (An ­ chorage) were recently appointed to the PLU Parent's Council along with John and Darla Fennila of Rento n ,

God ' s Powe r U n leashed B y Helen Belgum Member, PLU Board of Regents

All around my home, on a cliff above the ocean near Copalis Rocks, the wild things flou ris h , The impenetrable tangle of shrubs, berry bushes, vi nes, wild flowers, and g ras­ ses, enmesh the world, circling and protect­ i ng the g reat. gna rled , windswept trees. There seem to be only two things that I can choose to grow: many g reat clu mps of golden daffodils in my woodsy front yard, and, later, masses of fragrant sweetpeas lavendar, pink, rose, magenta - covering the south wall of my g reen garage. After a hundred days of sunshine last summer and fall, we had a g reat gale, with 60mile-an-hour winds . It was a gale that wiped out - literally obliterated - my sweetpeas, tearing the fragile things into nothing ness. I was angry, later, when my pre-school Su nday school class sang "The raindrops fall

with a pitter- patter-pat. telling of God's love. " I cou ldn't sing it . God and I had something to tal k about as I walked the beach , Then, as I came winding my way down the path on to the beach, I could scarcely believe what I saw. The large, tree-covered poi nt that stretched out into a clamming spit was gone - totally wiped away. The seventy-foot tree that had lain on our beach all summer was no longer there, The gia nt rock, two feet taller than I - the usual termination point, the turn -around poi nt of my walks - was gone. I n spots, fou r feet of sand had been moved out to sea. Only the rock base was left. Now I'm really sma rt enough to know that my ideas and my plans are not always the same as God's, Nevertheless, with my very fi nite mind, I often have a lot of ideas that I sort of suggest to God for solving a lot of problems You know how it is. However, that day I could only feel very h u m ble - very small. "Thine is kingdom, and the POWER, and the glory!" While I had beed disturbed

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- visibility, relationships, academic program, personnel , students, nu mber of faculty, finances, and facilities . Al ready many of these challenges a re clear. Proposed changes i n federal tax legislation - so-called tax simplifi­ cation - could seriously undermine our efforts by removing tax incentives for all charitable giving , For 1 986/87 the best we might hope for in federal student aid provisions is no fu rther reduction i n the already anemic pools from which we operate today, Competition for able students an nual­ ly becomes more intense, Somehow our faculty which have been augmented both in quality a nd quantity must be compensated better, for our relative position among like institutions is low, And the prog ress i n facilities a s g rand a s it h a s been is only a beginning . Our need for a new music building remains a top capital priority. The $ 1 0 3/4 million bond issue which is renovating Rams­ tad and soon will do the same for Harstad, Xavier, and Ing ram, as well as build a third floor on Mortvedt Library, will not provide money for an a nticipated M usic Building, Theater Complex, Scandinavian Studies Cent­ er, School of Business, or Worship Center. The demands/needs are g reat i ndeed . Against these we seek direction . Du ring the months of February, March, and most of April - on a m uch appreciated sabbatical leave - Joanne and I sought perspective and directions by visiting, inspecting, and talking on the campus of eig ht colleges and univer­ sities in the U .s., three in China, two in Hong Kong, five in New Zealand, and two i n Australia, During that time, we travelled 6.400 miles i n the U .s. and 25,000 miles abroad , Tonight let me only say that the overriding and most helpful perspective we gained is that no school is free of problems - not even the wealthy ones - no school has the final or definitive answers, no school is necessarily even " better" than another one, What seems most critical is a question of mission a nd match for the particular region and clientele of each given institution, Are we doing the task well for our people, our mission, our location, and at this time ? Can we do it better within these same parameters? From this perspective, these understand­ ings, we gain our direction for the future. Recently our Centennial Committee (which is preparing for the U niversity's 1 00th birthday i n 1 990/9 1 ) a n n o u n ced the Centennial theme "Educating for Service - Century I I . " First there is the direction o f educating that's our busi ness, - but then there comes the direction of service - value of a life g iven to others as u nderstood by Luther and our church today, Finally there is Century II. We'll have had 1 00 years of successful learning, and we want constantly to do it better i n the 1 00 years ahead , These are the directions we choose to follow. Both on behalf of PLU and Joa n ne and myself I thank you for you r continuing interest in helping us attain them! . about my tattered sweetpeas, the whole ' world had moved! On the way back, I picked up a bright orange, iron, Russian helmet lying in the sand, a hel met lost off a Russian boat somewhere out there in the West. I hung it on my garage wall as a reminder. Thine always is the power! God, be with us; guide us; lend us this power as we struggle to do thy will here in this magnificent U niversity, and as we spread our lives miles away. Then may we always give to God the glory, Today, as you go on your way, may God go with you !


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N ew D i recto ry TOpS C u rre nt Al u m n i Ag en a By walter Shaw Director of Alumni Relations

It is g reat to have joined you at Pacific Lutheran U n iversity. These first five months h ave passed rapidly It was exciting being on campus for the second semester where I could relate to the students as wel l as faculty a nd administrators. Those of you I have had the privilege to meet have made me feel welcome and have been very supportive and willing to help Summer for me will be a time of testing ideas, preparation and implementatio n . Ob­ viously Edith Edland (the alumni administra­ tive assistant) and I will be assisting your Homecoming committee in preparing for the "big day, " Saturday, Nov. 2. But. the coordination with Noelle Clark and Randall Stradling and their student Homecoming committee has to wait u ntil the students return on September 1 0 . W e have been and w i l l continue t o work diligently at meeting the deadlines for the third edition of the Alum n i Directory which will be ava ilable about October 1 and we plan to have them available for you at Homecom­ ing (the cost is $ 1 0 per copy) as long as the 3,000 copies last. I am attempting to put some systems in place to facilitate conti nued commu nication with you, our Alum n i . One of them is a n expansion of o u r Class Representative pro­ cess which would form a support group to the Class Representative to keep up with the whereabouts and happenings in the lives of your classmates. If you would like to be a member of those support g roups or would like to be a Class Representative please let me know. I have received some communications from alums in the Tacoma and Seattle areas asking why we don't have chapters or gatherings a couple of times a year for them like we do for those further away. At such a gathering, the evening (it could be at another time) would be built around a PLU program of some type, be it information, a personality or some form of entertain ment. It would be the kind of event to which you could feel proud to bring prospective students and their parents if you wished I am interested in the response from those of you in the Tacoma, Seattle, Bellevue areas in regard to your desire to have the Alumni Board pursue this further. I would also like to know if a ny of you out there would like to help make these events a reality. Since the first of January we have had Chapter gatherings in the following loca­ tions: Bellingham, Wash., basketball game with Western Washington; i n attendance were Dr. David Olson (athletic director>, Bruce Haroldson (basketball coach), M ilt Nesvig (V P emeritus) and Walt Shaw (alumni director). Oslo, Norway with Chuck Nelson (registrar) and Laura Carvey (director of the MBA prog ram) Honolulu, Hawaii with Luther Be­ kemeier (v.p. for development). Hong Kong with Dr. and M rs. Rieke, Dr. K. T. Tang (professor of physics) and Dr. Charles Ander­ son (professor of chemistry>. Anchorage, Alaska with Susan Manning (prog ram coor­ dinator for Executive Development). Sac-

A n Affi rmation Of Life A Tribute to Anne E. Knudson

By Harvey J. Neufeld Executive Director of Church Relations

Every college of the church h as people like Anne Knudson. But only PLU had A n ne Knudso n . (See page 20) For 39 of 81 years this lady of God blessed all arou nd her in many ways. Twenty-four of those years she served as professor of English and American literature at PLU . During the 1 5 years of retirement she crossed our path as: loyal friend, close neighbor, spiritual mentor, senior schola r, elder hosteler, Bible study leader, and travel­ er to foreign lands. She kept copious notes of each of her excursions. Her dozens of spiral notebooks left out nothing. Every book she read in her formal academic career and every journal and book of her busy retirement is summarized and commented upon in her journals. She got so much done because her life was orderly. She lived life to the fullest. She i nfluenced the lives of over 4,650 students, teaching: g ra m mar and grace, syntax and sensitivity, meter and memory, story and style, and participles and plots In short, her strength of witness came in part . from her strength in scholarship - "educa­ tion with a hea rt. " I view Anne's life as being of g reat worth, observed as it is today, finished at least in its earthly form . I n my village in Saskatchewan , to this day our little church holds auctions of hand made folk a rt - paintings, doilies, carved work, needle point, etc. These auctions a re famous now, and people come from miles to atten d . At the end i s the prize, to b e sold for some astronomical a mount - a homemade Ger­ man Mennon ite goose down patchwork quilt! I have seen them fetch $ 1 00 to $ 1 ,000 apiece! Why? They represent qualities often thought to be disappearing from our lives ­ patience, quality handwork, love, creativity, connection to the past. identity with a way of life. Anne's life was such a quilt. It affirmed her faith i n Christ. Her excellence of teach i ng was her highest offering to her Lord. Witness for her was made up of a host of odd cloth patches which she lovingly fit together There were patches of literature, patches of services, patches of good conversation, patches of k i n d n ess and good deeds, patches of sacrifice and devotion to others, and patches of care for her thousands of students. When she finished with the patch­ work, we knew Anne Knudson and Christ. But we also knew literature. Now we pull the patchwork of witness and deeds, confession and prayer, gently over her. Not that she is to be saved by her works, but that we acknowledge the gift of her life to Ch rist and to us. To Ch rist be all the praise, for Anne affirmed life only as it dwelt withi n the life of Jesus.

ramen to, Calif. - several Alumni hosted the PLU Crew as they competed in the 1 985 Pacific Coast Rowing Championships

Vol u nteers H e l p Q C l u b Exceed M e m be r Goa l By John Aakre ASSOCiate Director of Development

Q Club volunteers helped recruit 71 new membe rs in the last 41 days before our ann ua l banquet on May 11 to top our membership goal of 1 300. Every previous recruitment record we keep track of was broken in the process. A sample of the new records include: 53 new members i n one month (April> 1 03 new members in ten weeks (March­ May 1 1 th) 238 new members in a 1 2 - month period As I said at the banquet. its always rewa rding to set goals and then meet the m . But membership records and even dollar totals are just a way of " keeping score" and building enthusiasm. What's exciting is knowing that when we meet our goals it means that we can help more students attend PLU . Its exciting to know that the programs we offer these students can continue to g row in quality. And its exciting to know that your gifts are making it happe n . Nearly 600 Q C l u b members and guests ­ another record - were in attenda nce at the banquet. President Rieke, the featu red speaker for the evening, spoke about the changes the U niversity has experienced during the ten years of his ten u re at PLU . He highlighted growth in programs, students, faculty, facilities and - with special tha n ks to those in attendance - gift support One thing hasn't changed, h owever . Milt Nesvig said it best as we visited just after the banquet. "These a re our people here to­ night . " Our people - the people who care a bout PLU . There were more people at this banquet than i n those past, but the feeling was the same. A lot of "our people" were there. o Club Church Division Membership Up 30%

Rev. David Preus, president of the Ameri­ can Lutheran Church, joined 1 20 pastors and delegates representing 60 congregations at a special Q Club l u ncheon June 1 . The occasion was the second annual Church Division Tha nk You Luncheon held during the North Pacific District ALC convention in Portland. Preus, who addressed the convention the night before, had a chance to hear some good news. Thanks to the help of many dedicated volu nteers, 21 new churches have joined the Church Divisior:1 of the Q Club - a 30 percent increase over our totals last year Frank Jen ni ngs, a PLU regent and a member of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in South Seattle, spoke at the luncheon . Jennings talked about the network of indi­ viduals he has met through PLU and the church that broug ht h i m closer to the life of the U n iversity. While most of those present at the lu ncheon were not PLU alumni, many of them Jennings noted, had developed similar connections to the U n iversity through rela­ tives, friends or fellow church members. Congregations who vote to support PLU through the Q Club a re providing a visible and tangible affirmation of the interdependence of the U niversity and the church.


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9LU Alum Earns Top Awa rd From I ntern ation al City M a nage me nt Group B y Judy Davis

The I nternational City Manage­ ment Association has honored John Fisch bach '69 for helping the city govern ment of La e Forest, I I I . , institute ma nagement prac­ tices which have resulted in "do­ ing more with less . " Fisch bach, city manager of Lake Forest, received the 1 984 Out­ sta nding Management Innovator Award from the ICMA for i nstitut­ ing new budgeting and financia l management techniques, i mpro­ ving relations between the city and its residents through a "feed­ back" program and re-organizing city work forces to save labor costs . Fischbach estimates the con ­ solidation o f maintenance staffs alone helps save the city of 1 6,000 a bout $ 454,000 a n n u a l l y . H e praised the Lake Forest City Coun­ cil for allowing him "to experi­ ment with new ideas . " Fischbach , who has a master's deg ree in public administration from the U niversity of Kansas, also credited staff members for com­ ing up with cost-conscious ideas for holding the city's budget i n line. Active in leadership capacities in the ICMA, Fischbach was an assis­ ta nt to the executive director of the ICMA in 1 972-73 . I n 1 968 and 1 969, while a stu­ dent at PLU, Fischbach was an administrative aide and i ntern in the office of the city manager for the City of Tacoma . He later served as a n engineering aide i n the C ity's Planning Department. At the time, E rl i ng Mork was assistant city

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MARV HARSH MAN will b e enshri n ed July 1 in the new Basketball Hall of Fa me, now under constru ction in spri ngfield Center, Spring fie ld, Mass. Following a 40-year career as a co l ­ legiate coach with 642 victories, M a rv reti red f ro m t h e U n i v e r s i ty o f was hi ngton in M a rch He ra n ked sec­ ond o n ly to Hall of Famer Cla rence Gaines of Winston - Salem (with 735 victories) as the win ningest active col leg i a te coach . Marv began his coaching career at his alma mater, PLU, in 1 945 following three years in the Navy H e coached at Washington State U n iversity fo r 1 3 years before taking over the H u skies in 1 97 2 . I n 1 97 5 he coached the U S squad to a gold med a l in the Pa n Am Games . H e co nducted basketball cli nics th rough ­ out the world , i nclud i ng Red C h i n a .

LAZARUS PO LITAKIS is senior vice president of Puget Sound Bancorp H e is respo nsible f o r t h e l o a n po rtfo lio of Banco rp ' s su bsidiaries as well as senior vice president i n charge of loa ns for Puget Sound National Ba n

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manager for Tacoma and taught part-time at PLU; Mork now is city ma nager for the City of Tacoma. As an intern with the city, Fis­ chbach worked with various citi ­ zens' committees to prepare a grant application which resulted i n federal funding for a multi-million dollar model cities project. In 1 969, he was a teaching assistant in public admi nistration and urban affairs, history and political science classes at PLU . Fischbach , who has been city ma nager of Lake Forest for six years, previously was city manager of Robbinsdale, M i n n . He served as assistant city manager for Lake Forest from 1 972-76. He also has been assistant city manager for Boulder, Colo. Char Kreuz, public information counsel for Lake Forest, described Fischbach as "a s u pu r b city manager i n a very special city "

ROLV SCHILLlOS, x'43, a 1 7 -year staff member of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, was h o nored April 1 3 as Orego n's "Sca ndinavian of the Yea r" with a banquet a n d ball at the Red Lion I n n/Lloyd Center. Rolv is editor of Portland magazine, manager of the Pu blications Department of the Port­ land Cha mber of Commerce and h o n ­ ora ry consul for the Republic of Korea .

student Excha nge Seeks Host Fa milies The American-Sca ndinavian Stu­ dent Excha nge (ASSE I nternation­ all is seeking local families to serve as hosts for Sca ndi navian and German high sC�lool students. For more information call Betty Larson, 582-9360 evenings

1961 J OY ( Lewis) LIVINGSTON completed a master of public admin istration de­ g ree at U n iversity of Southern Califo r ­ n i a - sacram ento i n J u ly 1 984.

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1966 M/M BRENT W. OLSEN of Parkla n d , Wa sh , a r e the parents of a s o n , J a red Walther, born M a r . 1 . He joins a sister, Sanna Liv, born Nov. 20, 1 97 6 .

1969 KEN NETH BAKKEN has recently pub­ lished a book, The Call to Wholeness. Health as a Spiritual Journey (Cros­ sroad Publishing Co , New York, 1 985). Ken is d i rector of St Luke Health M i n istries, Baltimore, M d . R/M L E E KLUTH ( PAM BACH '69) ado pted a seve n - month old Korea n g i rl March 1 8 . Her name is Molly Lianna a nd she joins brothers, Rya n , 1 1 ; E rik, 6; a n d Chad, 3 . Lee is pastor at Holy Spirit Lutheran C h u rch i n Kirkla n d , Wash , and P a m i s a homemaker.

1970 T E E N A (Amu ndson) KUSC H E has started a new busi ness from her home i n Gig Ha rbor, Wash , known a s WORDS PLUS services. She does word proces­ sing, mailing lists and labels, book­ keeping, documents, resumes and personal correspondence She is also a notary Her h usband, PA U L '70, is product manager for Adams Foods in Tacoma .

Awa rds Nomi nations For 1 985 dedication have been of special service to humanity. It is the A l u m n i A s sociati o n ' s h ig hest award . The Alum n us of the Yea r Award is given to an alum who has excelled in his/her field of en­ deavor during the previous year, and/or has demonstrated i nterest in a nd support of the Alumni Association as well as loyalty to the university. The Heritage Award is given to a person who has served the univer­ sity for many years and has fos­ tered the ideal of "Quality Educa­ tion in a Christian Context . " Nominati o n s s h o u l d i n cl ude name, address, phone number and class year of nominee, a letter of nomination, and a vita/resume (if availablel . Send nominations to Awa rds and Honors Committee, Alumni Association, Nesvig Alumni Cent­ er, PLU, Tacoma, WA 98447 .

M I LDRED B RA M M E R has been pro­ moted to full professor at Ithaca College, Ithaca, N Y

BILL ROBB was chosen Vancouve r School District J u nior H ig h Teacher of the Year for 1 985 .

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Alum Na med superintendent In Oregon's .stayton School District This spri n g , when Gretta (Wes­ son '62) Gettis- Merw i n appl ied fo r the s u peri ntendent's position i n f o r school districts i n O regon, she was delighted to be offered the job by th ree of them. G r e tta c h o s e t o b e c o m e superintendent of the Stayton School District i n Sa lem, OR, where she had been principal of the Ca l a n d a ria E l e m enta ry S c h o o l si nce 1 982 . She had a lso served a s a n admin istrative assistant i n the Sa lem School District. Cu rrently, Gretta is one of only s i x w o m e n s u p e r i n t e n d e n ts among the 245 school d i stricts in Oregon which a re run by superi n ­ tendents. " I thi n k my 23 years of teaching and administrative experie n c e , especially i n the a reas o f student discipli ne, made me a n attractive ca ndidate to the school d i stricts," said G retta , noting she has "come through every cha i r . " She added , " M ost women a d ­ m i nistrators a re we l l - p repa red when we get i nto a position that may not have taken o u r male cou nterparts as long to reach . " Shortly before applying fo r the superintendents ' positions, she had completed work on a s u peri n ­ tendent certificate a t the U nivers i ­ ty o f Oregon She also h a s a master of education deg ree in cu rricul u m a n d su pervision from t h e U of O . At PLU, s h e received a bachelor of arts degree i n elem enta ry educa­ tion .

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G retta has two children, Eric, 1 9, a fres h m a n at California Lutheran in Thousa n d Oaks, CA, and Aaron , 1 6, a sophomore at Salem H i g h School M a rried t o Gene Merw i n , she a l s o h a s a 24-year- o l d stepson, Geno. In the Salem com m u nity, Gretta i s president of the cong regation at Our Savior's Luthera n C h u rch and recently completed 60 hours of trai n i n g with the Mid-Willa mette Va l ley Hospice Associatio n . I n h e r new positio n with the school district, Gretta sees herself n ot as a representative of a wo­ men's movement but, rather, as "part of a people's movement i n wh ich i t i s importa nt that a l l o f us, regardless of sex or race, be g iven a n equal opportu n ity to s u cceed . "

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DEN NIS and BECKY (WISE) DREWES returned to the Puget Sound area after a year in Eastern Washington Dennis is em ployed as a senior ana lyst with Boeing Com puter Services. Both have stepped back into PLU life, Becky to resume her pursuit of a degree, and Dennis entering the M BA program and teaching a class in FORTRA N . They live in Puya l l u p with their two daughters, Ma ry, 1 3 , and Ca rey, 1 0 . LOWELL a n d JO MARIE, 7 3 , A N DER­ SO N have moved to Bozeman, Mont , where Lowell is beg inning the private

J O H N S. AN DERSON, and wife, Les­ ley, of Mou ntain View, Calif., are more than busy these days John purchased h is father's automotive parts distribu­ tion business in Mountain View and later diversified into the gardening supply business, a shoe repair franch ­ ise, and the marketing of precious gems. He then expanded into real estate acquisition with holdings from San Francisco to Carmel . In addition to their business pursuits they collect classic cars, raise exotic birds and Ch inese Char-pei dogs With a house i n Carmel a n d one in Los Altos, they barely find time for their ever favorite pastime . . . ocean racing John would like to hear from old friends. His address is: P . O . Box 401 6, Mountain View, CA 94040 TIMOTHY BRU E C KN E R and wife, Nan­ cy, are the parents of Jessica Sloan, born March 1 9, who joins an older brother, Ch ristopher. Tim has been serving as pastor of an ALC congrega­ tion in Gold Beach, Ore. for the past eight years, is a pilot for the Rogue River Jet Company, and runs high perfor mance jet boats into the wild river section of the Rogue River. This seasonal position enables him to serve a small congregation while meeting the i nc reasing needs of a growing family. Tim is offering a 10 percent

1 972 Lt JIM PUTTLER is serving as Navy chaplain on a ctive d uty with the 3 D MAW a t MCAS - E I , Toro, Calif. H e re­ ported for d uty in February afte r eight years as a parish pastor at Calvary Lutheran Church, Sun nyside, Wash. His wife, LINDA PUTTLER 72, is self em ployed as a Royal American Food Co. distributor. They have two daugh­ ters, Krista, 6; an.d Mai - B ritt, 3. They reside in Mission Viejo, Calif. -

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practice of orth opaedics. They have three sons, Peder, 7%; Sten, 4'12 ; and Bjorn, 2 .

gua ranteed discount for any PLU grad or su pporter who takes the Jet Boat trip and says "Tim sent m e . " TH E RESA (Tilton) PY BON h a s h e r own law office at the 1 0th and " I " Building in downtown Taco ma . She finds her civil trial practice constantly sti mu lat­ ing because her cl ients present her with such a broad range of problems She is especially interested in personal injuries and construction law . M/M DAVID WICK (SARA Q U IG LEY 73) are the parents of a daughter, Sydne E l izabeth, born Jan. 1 9 . She joins a brother, Bria n, 2'12 Dave is a pilot for South west Airlines and Sara is u n emp­ loyed since their move to 501 5 I m ­ ogene, Houston, TX 77096. Visitors are welcome.

ROBERT DeLONG, J r . is director of the Klamath Child and Family Treat­ ment Center, Klamath Falls, Ore, VICKY (LaValla) K E N N E D Y has been promoted in the U . S Air Force to the rank of major Vicky is a clinical n u rse with the Nellis Air Force Base Hospita l , Nev. DAVID and JOY (Tuff) LlEZEN co n­ tinue to live in Salinas, Calif , where David has been a correctional officer at Soledad prison for th ree years Joy stays home with their children, Matth­ ew, 7'12; Olivia, 5; and N icholas 1 6 months. They are teaching their chil­ dren at home and working on opening a crisis pregnancy center i n Sa l inas as an abortion alternative. Visitors are welcome at 1 576 Duran St Pastor MARK ROWLA N D and Debra Geiger Howells, were married Nov. 10, 1 984. Mark grad ua ted from Trin ity Lutheran Semi nary with a masters of divi n ity and is pastor at Eman uel Lutheran Church in La Habra, Calif.

1 975 GORDON CAM P B E LL has graduated with a master's degree in public administration from the John F. Ken ­ nedy School of Government at Har­ vard University and has returned to Seattle where he is department ad­ ministrator for the Seattle City Atto r­ ney's office . His wife, ROBERTA GOOD­ NOW, i s a financial underwriter for the State of Washington and works on expansions a n d development pro­ jects CLAUDIA REA BROWERS has been selected as an Outstanding Young wqman of America for 1 984 in recog ­ nition of outsta nding ability, acco mp­ lishments, and service to the co m­ m u n ity Following five years of Federal service in West Germany she is now working as a management analyst for the U . S. Government in Washington, D . C . She also continues to paint and exhibit her a rt work. M/M JAMES FLATLA ND (KATH L E E N TRONDSEN 7 5 ) are living in Grafton, lA . , where J i m is pastor of Emma n uel Lutheran Church, Kathy's first novel, Miss Monica Marries, was published i n J a n u a ry b y Walker & Co., of New Y ork . D/M KEITH DAVIS 77 (DIAN E LUND 75) are the parents of a son, Brian, born Feb. 1 9 . Keith will open a private family practice in Shoshone, Idaho in Aug ust THEODORE H I LE and wife, Lisa, a re living in Seattle, Was h . , where Theo­ dore is an ad hesives specialist for the Loctite Corporation of Newington, Con n . He serves Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho. They have purch­ ased a home in the Ballard a rea of

Al ums Visiti ng Northwest May Use Al u m ni Dorm The PLU A l u m n i Dorm is once again bei ng offered during the s u mmer months . The Dorm can provide a significant savings on lodg i n g fo r a l u ms visiting the Tacoma area . A s i n g l e room (sing le bed) is $ 1 4; a double room (two single beds) is $ 22 ( $ 1 1 /person) with no extra charge for children i n the roo m . Restrooms a nd showers a re lo­ cated on each wing of each floor. Facilities available d u ring reg ular hours at normal rates i nclude swimming pool, golf course, ten ­ n i s courts, Un iversity Center game roo m , libra ry, coffee shop a n d bookstore. Accord ing to a l u m n i d irecto r Walter Shaw, the Dorm may be of particu l a r interest a year from now for a l u m n i planning to visit Expo '86 i n Vancouver, S . c . Reservations should be made early Call (206) 53 5 -7457, o r write : ' A l u m n i Dorm, I nformation Des k, PLU, Tacoma, WA 98447. Seattle and are resto ring it to its former pleasantness Lisa is an ac­ cou ntant for a property-syndication firm in Seattle. H E LEN POHLIG of St Pa ul, Minn , assisted James Van Beek, PLU's dean of admissions, at Lutheran College night in Min neapolis in April KATHY (WALGRE N ) RATASSEPP of Tumwater, Wash , is head of the property management divis i o n of James W. Hodges Realtors, the larg est real estate company i n the Olympia area . She also works for the resta urant association of the State of Washington as a lobbyist during the legis lative session and is an a ctive member of the Washington Association of Realtors.

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1 976 M/M Wesley Bishop ( LOREEN FER­ RERO> are the parents of a son , Kyle Richard, born Ja n , 1 8. They reside in Tacoma, where Wes is employed by Agape Force/Anthony Pa ul Produc­ tions as a writer and director. Loreen enjoys be i n g a h o m e m a k e r a n d mother. Continued on page 19


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KARE N (Johnson) JUNG and hus­ band , Dr. Frank Ju ng, were married in Jan. 1 982 . Their first child, Kirsten, was born, Sept 1 4 , '83. Karen was emp­ loyed by the Tacoma Pierce Cou nty Health Department as a co m m u n ity hea lth nurse for seven years before retiring to fu l l -time parenting She is active as a cellist with PLU's Symphony orchestra and is pla nning to attend graduate school at the Un iversity of Washington in the fall of '85 or '86 . SANDRA REILLEY of Federal Way, Wash , graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine o n J u ne 8. She will do her residency at the Un iversity of Washin gton in obstetrics and gynecology MlM GEORGE BEMENT are the pa ­ rents of a son, Aaron, born J u ly 30, 1 984. George graduated from Luthe­ ran Northwestern Seminary in 1 982 , a n d is the Mission Development Pastor at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran C h u rch in Grand J unction, Colo. SANDRA DIANE BAILES and Victor Villar real were married March 9, in Aurora, Colo. Diane is emp loyed as a flight attendant with Continental Air­ lines and her husband is em ployed by the Ramada Renaisance as a sales manager MIM JEFFREY JOHNSON ( KAT H Y LORENTZSEN 77) are the parents of a daughter, Karin Elisabeth, born Mar 1 5 . She joins a broth er, Bria n , S; and a sister, Ana Lisa, 3. Kathy is serving as a member of the Alumni Board and will begin her second four-year term in September MlM STEVEN WARD 76 ( MARTHA MI LLER 77) are the parents of a d a ughter, Joanna Cami lle, born Mar. 8. She joins a brother, N icolas Cameron, 2'12. Steve is serving on the Alu m n i Board.

1 978 MlM Danny Flowers (MARSHA LEWIS) are the parents of a son, Zachary Paul. born Feb. 28. He joins a sister, Nicole, 1 '12 . they reside in Portland, Ore , where Danny is a software engineer

1979 JAY CLEMENS is director of the G reater Boise Chamber of Commerce , Boise, I D . Prior to his moving to Boise, Jay served as chief executive of the Tri ­ Cities Chamber of Commerce, which covered Kennewick, Pasco and Rich­ land, Wash .

Sca ndinavia n Tour Pla n ned For May 1 986 Partici pation in No rweg ian Inde­ pendence Day in Oslo (May 1 7) is a h ig h l ight of a Sca ndinavia n tour in May 1 986 . The May 1 4- 3 1 trip also incl udes vis its to the fjord cou ntry of Norway; Turku and Helsinki, F i n ­ l a n d ; Stockholm a n d Kalmar, Swe­ den, a n d Copenhage n . Tour host is P L U vice - p resident emeritus M i lton Nesvig . For deta ils ca ll (206) 535-7586.

DEBBIE (Sammons) FARRELL and husband, Andy, are living in Topeka, Kan , where Andy is with the FBI. Debbie is a health care consu ltant for an executive recruiting fi rm . JUDY LAMB and Mark Larson were married May 25 at U niversity Presbyte­ rian in Seattle, Wash . The two met while attend ing Multnoma h School of the Bible's graduate certificate prog­ ra m in Portl and, Ore. They reside in Bellingham, Wash , where Mark is senior program d i rector for the What­ com County Y MCA. C HRISTOPHER M E NZEL received his Ph.D degree from Notre Dame U n ­ iversity i n May 1 984 with a specializa­ tion in philosophy of mathematics. He is in the second year of a postdoctoral at Stanford University in the Language .and Information Institute. Chris and wife, liisa (Peterson) have two chil­ dren, Anne, 9 , and Galen , 6. Chris is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Menzel of PLU .

1 980 MARK AC CIMUS was married on April 20 at Cross of Ch rist Lutheran C h u rch in Bellevue, Wash. Mark is youth min ister at Cross of Christ Lutheran Ch urch and his wife, Michelle, is a beautician. Following a honeymoon to Carmel, Calif , they are at home in Bellevue . RITA a n d Tom JOHNSON are the parents of a daug hter, Andra Jea nne, born J a n . 30. They live in Tacoma. 2nd Lt DAVID MOOERS has com ­ pleted the Air Force Institute ofTech­ nology (AFIT) program and received a bachelor's degree in electrical en­ gineering. He is located at Wright­ Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. MIM E R I C RUNNING (STE PHANIE O LSEN 79) are the parents of a d a u g h ter, Ingrid Magdalena, born Sept 30, 1 984 in Bilboa, Spa i n , where E ric is American Vice Consul and Stephanie sings with the Bilboa Choral Society DIM MICK' ZIEGLER are the parents of a son , Michael David, born Feb. 20 Mick is a dentist in Longview. Was h .

1 981 MU NRO C U LLUM will begin an i n tern ­ ship in clin ical psychology in san Diego, Calif , this fa l l . Cu rrently M u n ro is working on his doctoral di ssertation a t the University of Texas a t Austi n . H i s wife H E l K E WILHElM '81 , teaches first gra e in nearby Bastrop They will move to Sa n Diego in August KRISTEN DA H L and Dean Amaral were ma rried Sept 8, 1 984 at First Lutheran C h u rch in Palo Alto, Calif. They reside in Mou nta i n View, Calif. MICHA E L FERRI has been promoted to first lieute n a n t in the U . S Air Force. Michael is a combat crew navigator with the 9th StrategiC Reconnaissance Wing at Beale AFB, Calif Capt PATRICK GORMAN graduated May 6 from the F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine of the U n iformed Services U niversity of the Health Sci­ ences during ceremonies at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing A rts, Washington, D . e . Patrick will continue his medical education in a medicine internship at Madigan Army Medical Center, Taco ma, Wash . i n July LOIS (Maier) and TOM ROGERS h ave

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1982 KELLY ALLE N has been sel ected for listing in the a n n u a l Outstanding Wo­ men of America awards volume. Kelly is stage manager at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Co n n . LAURA J O H N SO N i s ma rketing coor­ di nator for Nendels Management and Supply Company in Portland, Ore. NAO M I KRIPPA E H N E and Clay War­ ren, were ma rried June 8 i n Denver, Colo. Naomi is director of develop­ ment at the Triple "L" y outh Ranch in Center, Colo , with offices i n Denver. Clay is employed as an ad min istrative assistant for the Triple "L" Youth Ranch . The young couple will make their fi rst home at 1 1 93 S. Beech Dr. #207, Lakewood , Colorado 80228.

1 983 MARl I N GVALDSE N was married to Mark Bieglow on J u ne 2 1 , 1 984, i n Drammen. Norway A reception in their honor was held Nov. 3 at the Fairchild Air Force Base in Spokane, Wash . Mark is working on his master's degree at Eastern Washington Un iver­ sity Army Spec. 4 KATHLEEN JOH NSO N has arrived for duty in Miesau, West Germany. Kathleen is a co mmun ica­ tions system operator with the 29th Area Support Group DOREEN MEIN E LSC HMIDT is serving in the Peace Corp in North Africa. She is teaching and working with physically and mentally handicapped children (ages 5 - 1 8) She joined the Peace Corp in J u ne 1 984 and will be in North Africa for two years. She would like to hear from PLU friends. Her address is: clo Director, Corps de la Paix BP-96, 1002 Tunis Belvedere, Tunis, Tunisia, North Afri ca . ERIC OSTERLOH is working for Micro­ Syste ms, Inc. in Bellevue, Wash , in the telemarketing department ALBERT SIMPSON is in his fourth year as a teacher's aide at Clover Park High SChool (Tacoma) JAN WALCOTI, MA '83, is director of Pierce Cou nty Parks, Recreation, and Commun ity Services. He has been associated with Pierce Cou nty Parks and Recreation since 1 970. ROY WIERING has been com m is­ sioned a second lieutenant in the u . s . A i r Force upon graduation from Offic­ er Train ing School at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. He is assigned at Reese Air Force Base, Tex. DAVID COLTOM of Federal Way, Wash , is a registered representative of Lutheran Brotherhood Securities Corp. As a registered representative, Dave is now qua lified to sell the four m u tual funds distributed by LBSe. LBSC is a su bsidiary of L u t h e r a n Brotherhood, a fratern a l i n surance SOCiety Both corporations are head ­ q u a rtered in M i n n eapolis Dave is . associated with the Kenneth Hartvlg­

KIM KITIILSBY is a passenger service representative for Scandinavian Air­ lines System and is em ployed at Sea­ Tac Airport Kim uses her background of Scandinavian lang uage and culture in her job, which requires someone who can converse with Scandinavians whose English is a l ittle rusty - or non­ e x i s t e n t . S h e h a s spent time in Copenhagen and Stockholm as well as Norway. C H R ISTO P H E R K R A FT a n d Li s a Nomellini were ma rried May 1 8 at E m ma n uel Lutheran Church i n Taco­ ma, Wash . Air Force Capt MARY MATIHEWS MA'84 has been decorated with the Meritorious Service Medal at MacDili Air Force Base, Fla . The Meritorious Ser­ vice Medal is awarded specifically for outsta nding non -combat meritorious achievement or service to the U nited States . ROBERT TURCOTI, F ed e r a l W a y , Wash . , was na med as o n e of seven Combined Plan Scholars by the School of Engineering and Applied Science of Colu mbia Un iversity. Hon ored for his excellent academic performance dur­ ing his first year at the school, Bob was chosen from a mong eig hty-two stu­ dents who enrolled in Sept '83 u nder the combined plan program He is doing computer research at Colu mbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York C ity, will be working for I B M i n Poughkeep­ sie, N . Y . and plans to pursue a master's degree through a cooperative prog­ ram organized by IBM and the SChool of Engineering.

1985 MIM ROBERT BALL '81 (LYRIS A N D E R ­ SON ) a r e the parents o f a daug hter, Sara Christine, born Feb. 28. Robert is a n u rs i n g su perv i s o r of t h e adult psychiatric unit at Western State Hos­ pital in Steilacoom, Was h . , and is working on his master's degree i n public administration at P L U . Lyris i s occupied fulltime a s a mother and La Leche League member

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1 984 LIZ CONSTANTINO and JACK WAL­ LACE '81 plan to be married in August Jack is finishing his last year of law school at Willamette Un iversity i n Salem, Ore . He will join Betts, Patter­ son, and Mines of Seattle in Septe mb­ er. liz is a special education teacher for the Sumner SChool District

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Anne Knudson

Or. Harold Leraas

A N N E E . K N U DSON a PLU E nglish professor for 24 years, died May 9 at the age of 81 . Born in Volga, S D , s h e g raduated from Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S . D , in 1 928, and earned a master's degree at Wash ington State in 1 93 6 . She taught i n high schools in South Dakota a n d i n Arlington, Wash , before coming to PLU in 1 946. An avid traveler, she made several visits to Europe, Mexico, Canada, Nor­ way a n d Japan Following h e r retire­ ment in 1 970, she ta ught at Tokyo Women 's C h ristian College in Japan for two years. Active at Trin ity Luth eran C h u rch in Parkla nd, she ta ught S u nday School, sang i n the choir and was a member of the diaconate. She was also a vol u n ­ tee r for FISH a n d Lutheran Com m u n ity Services Auxiliary She was past president of the Tacoma branch of the America n As­ sociation of Un iversity Women and belonged to several other profession ­ al organizations. Survivors i nclude a sister, Clara Ellis of G ilroy, Calif ; nephews J a mes K n u d ­ s o n o f Denver, Colo , G a r y K n udson o f Pierre, S . D , a n d David K n udson of Black Hawk, S . D . She was preceded i n death by her parents a n d a brother, Theodore

B i o l ogy p rofessor emeritus DR HAROLD "HADD" LERAAS, died May 7 , 1 985, a t th e a g e of 7 6 . D r . Leraas was born i n Barrett, M i n n , Dec. 30, 1 908 A 1 930 g rad uate of Luther College, Decora h , lA , h e earned master's a n d doctor's degrees at the U n iversity of M ichigan i n 1 932 a n d 1 93 5 res pectively H e married Helen Stein in 1 93 5 . D r . Leraas joined t h e P L U faculty a s a biology professor in 1 935 a n d is given credit for esta b lishing the strong reputation of the u n iversity's pre-med a n d pre-dental programs He began practicing dentistry i n the '40s a n d mai ntai n ed a Parkland practice i n addition t o h is teaching load u n til 1 960. He also served i n the US Army d u ring World War I I . Leraas retired from teaching i n 1 974 after 39 years on the PLU facu lty Shortly before his reti rement he was presented with an Outsta n d i n g Teach ­ er Award by the ca mpus chapter of Blue Key, a nationwide male student service ho norary Scores of h is former students, now d octors and dentists across the n a ­ tion, have contributed n early a half­ million dollars to establish the Leraas Lecture Hall in PLU's new Rieke Science Center in his honor. He is su rvived by daughters D r .

CARL EDVARD MARTIN '33, passed away Oct 3 1 , 1 984. He is survived by h is wife, Helen; daughter Linnea and sons, Joel of Sa lem, O re . ; Karl, Oroville, Wash , Scott and B rian, both i n Seattle; and fou r g ra ndch i l d ren . He was a n i n s u ra n ce agent with State Farm Mutual Insura n ce Company for 35 years.

BARREn MICHAEL KY LE ' 66 , a teach ­ er in the Clover Park SChool District the past 17 years, passed away N ov. 3 , 1 984. He w a s chairman of the Iva Alice Mann J u nior High SChool social studies d e p a rt m e n t . B e s i d es h is regular teaching, he volunteered for special work with a phasic patients at Mad iga n Army Medical Center a n d taught citi­ zenship classes for Asian refugees at Clover Park Vocational School. He is survived by his wife, Kay; a son, Ryan and stepson, Joel , both of the h ome; his parents, Mr. a nd M rs . Archie Kyle of Seattle; and a sister, Michelle Reilly of Both ell.

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Solvig N elson of Des Moin es, lA, a n d J udith Leraas of Kirkland, Wash . ; son Dr. Joh n Leraas of Olympia; g ra ndch i l ­ d ren Kristi n and Catherine Randolph of Des Moines, Latife Bull of Kirkl a n d , a n d Katrina a n d J o h n Leraas o f Olym­ pia; a n d sisters Lillian Anderson a n d J udith Block o f Hoffma n , M i n n Dr. EDWARD ROCKWOOD ' 59, passed away Apr 1 3 in Tyler, Tex. Ed was a doctor of osteo pathy, surgeon a n d specialized i n replacing arthritic joints He also owned a large estate i n cluding a chincnilla farm i n Tyler He is survived by his wife, Karen Rockwood of Rt 4 C u m berland Rd , Tyler, TX 7 5703. He had three sons. BEATRICE (Hansen) B LU C H E R '55, passed away May 2 5 i n Tacoma, Was h . Beatrice w a s a su bstitute li brarian for Tacoma Public Schools and a refer­ ence li bra ria n for PLU . S u rvivors i n ­ clude h e r h usband, Donald ; a son, Daniel of Tacoma; two d a ug hters, Rebecca Nylander of Tacoma a n d Debora Kernan of Silverdale, Wa s h . S h e is a l s o survived b y two sisters and five brothers a n d one granddaughter.

Betty Lou lier ELIZABETH ( Betty Lou Rieke '48) ZIER passed away May 4 following a n exte nded ill ness . Betty Lou worked i n t h e PLU Arch ives with M i lt Nesvig for 4% years u ntil her health forced her reti rement She is su rvived by her mother a n d father, M r . a n d M rs Herman Rieke of Cas h mere, Wash . ; a brother, Elwood Rieke, Willisto n , N . D . ; daughter, Sylvia Ashley o f Bellevue, and a son, M a rk Zier of Tacoma, Was h . RUTH (Bu lil HAAKENSON '26, passed away May 27 in Tacoma, Was h . Ruth was a retired meter reader for the E l m h u rst Mutual Light Company Sur­ vivors include her h u sba n d , Gerhard of Taco ma; two daug hters, Evelyn DeLap of Sparks, N ev , and Joan Lore n z of Tacoma; a sister, Mable Buli ofTacoma; f o u r g r a n d c h i l d ren and a g reat­ g ra n dson

Or Martin Johnson Dr. MARTIN W . J O H N SO N passed away on Nov. 28, 1 984 in Snohomis h , Was h . D r . Johnson was honored by the Alu m n i Association in 1 968 when h e received the Disti nguis h ed A l u m ­ n u s Award f o r h is lifetime o f service i n scientific research He left P L U i n 1 9 1 8 a nd spent a l most h a lf a century contrib uti n g to scientific advance­ ment i n marine biology He was a recogn ized authority in h i s fiel d . Fo r over thirty years h e served on the faculty of the Scripps I n stitution of Oceanography in La Jolla, Calif He recorded the results of h is studies by writing books a n d a rticles for scholarly journals He roamed the seas of the world to gath er data, a n d served on international com m issions a l l over the world .

Continued from page 16 New members si nce last issue of SCENE Fel lows C h rist Luth eran C h u rc h , Odessa, M/M Val Danielson , M/M Richard E n g ­ q u ist and Senator M / M Sta n l ey C Joh nson Increase to Fellow Fred Lee a n d M/M Kenneth Stroad AssOCi ate Fel low M/M Robert Adeline, M/M Ha rold Dem pster, M/M Roger Lervick a n d M/M W . C Robinson Increase to Associate Fel low M/M Ron Corn e h l , MlM Terry Lums­ den, M/M Jay Ma ple, Carol Quigg, M/M John Schierma n , Lila Wendlandt and Zion Lutheran C h u rc h , Kent. Mem bers RIM Art h u r Anderson, Jean Alfsen, DIM Robert Alz ner, RIM Sa n Babing­ ton, M/M Bob Bates, RIM George Bea rd, MlM J eff Bed ingfield , Rev. Norman B e i g h l e y , D I M Stev e n Benham, M/M David Bennett, DIM Ja mes B i n g h a m , M/M Bruce Bjerke, M/M Rodney Boyd, RIM Paul Braafladt, MlM Willia m Brokaw, M/M RUssell Brown, DIM Earl C a mmock, M/M David Carlson, Ruth Chandler, M/M Duane Cole, M/M Leif Dahl, Jon Dah lstro m , Denny P a r k Lutheran C h u rch, Faith Lutheran C h u rch Albany OR, M/M Marv i n Fi n k , First Lutheran C h urch of West Seattle, RIM O . B . Fjelsta d , Carlot­ ta Flink, M/M Walter Fuchs, M/M Marlin Gabbert, Dan iel Card , M/M Michael Garver, M/M Herbert Gelma n , Geth -

sema n e Lutheran C h u rch Portl a n d , Geth sema ne Lutheran C h u rc h , Seat­ tle, M/M Steve G leaso n , M/M Joe G rande, DIM Wi l l i a m G r e e n w o o d , Frank Hanson, M/M Bob Hasselblad, Maj/M C h a rles Hawker, M/M David Hervivel, Duane Hoffm a n , J o h n 0 Jen kinson, DIM Gordon Joh nso n , Kent Lutheran C h u rch, M/M Robert King, M/M Matt Klein, K n utson Construc­ tion, LCDR/ M Julius Kron nagel, Lillian La ngdon, M/M Leonard Leach, Gladyce L e e , M / M M a g n er Lervick, Agnes Lindg ren , Donna Lucky, M/M Ha rold Lyck m a n , M/M Robert Lys h o l , M/M Leo Maki, M/M Bob M a rti n , DIM Art h u r Marti nson, M / M La Fayette Massingill, DIM David McNabb, M essiah Lutheran C h u rch Auburn , Cynthia Michael, Ber­ n a rd M i l ler, M/M C h ris M i ller, M/M Bob Monson , D r . DeMau rice Moses, D r . George M u edeking, M / M Gera ld N e l ­ son, Gera ld Ness, M / M Ron Nesse, M/M Walter Nielse n , DIM Donald N oth stei n , M / M Jack Oliver, M / M Lawrence Peter­ son, MlM TIM Quig ley, M/M Ulf Ras­ m ussen, M/M Den nis Roley, M/M Jon Rorem, M/M Dan Rose, Royal World Travel Service, Dr. Joseph Rude, M/M Hans Running, DIM Eldon SChafer, Marge Shanaman, M/M Leroy Sinnes, Dr. J a mes Slater, M / M Herm a n Stel ling, M/M Robert Storch, Eva M . Tollefson , M / M J o h n Tolonen, Paul Vigness, Linda Walker, M/M James Widsteen, RIM Fra nklin Wilson , Karen Wold, Kathryn W o l d a n d Z i o n L u t h era n C h u rch Newberg.


Pacific Lutheran University scene

June198S

• Alumni/Sports

Capsules

Seve n Spri ng sports Sq ads Savor Competition At Nationa l Level

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SOFTBAll - It was almost Ton i ' s turn . . Toni TurnbuJl Ied the Lady Lutes to a 1 9 - 1 2 season . . . PLU m issed a national I berth by an eyelash, bowi ng to Pacific 2 - 1 i n the bi-d istrict . . l title game . . . Leftha nder Mon ica Aughnay, who posted a , 1 0 -8 record with a 1 . 40 ERA, h u rled 36 i n nings i n the two days of the tourney, g iving up just nine runs and 1 3 h its . . ' PLU, second to Pacific in conference play, got .368 bat work from catcher D. J . Reed and . 3 30 from outfielder Stacy Waterworth . . . AII-WClC th i rd sacker Lorilea Hill stroked .324 . . . Sho rtstop Karen Kvale, who h it .286, was an all -league pick. BASEBALL - California D rea m i n ' , P LU won its first-ever NAIA District 1 title and advanced to the area baseball playoffs i n Costa Mesa , dropping two games . . . La rry Marshall's n i n e posted a 1 7 - 1 8 mark, the most on-the­ field wins i n school h istory . . . PLU, fou rth i n the NWC, got .397 bat productivity from AII- NWC third base m a n Gregg Leach . . . A"-d istrict shortstop J i m Min niti hit . 364 . . . First baseman Pat H ogan, a first-tea m pick at both league and d istrict levels, cl ubbed a . 359 tune . . . R H P Garry Leach ea rned AII- NWC accolades . . . Outfielder John Panko fin ished with a career-record 22 home ru n s .

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Above (1967) and below (1985) from left: Doug Leeland, Tom Lorentzsen, (Coach Gene L undgaard), Tim Sherry, Mark Andersen and AI Hedman.

Lutes May Reti re All-Sports Trophies As Result Of Confere nce Mergers A long-term trophy col lector in two allia nces, Pacific Luthe ra n may be asked to retire the all- sports cup i n both the Northwest Con ­ ference and the Women 's Confer­ ence of Independent Colleges . PLU , w h i c h e a r n e d a s i xth stra ight NWC award and fifth consecutive WCiC o rnament in 1 985 , W i l l , as the res ult of the rece nt NWC - WClC merger, co m­ pete i n the coed N o rthwest Co n ­ ference of I nrie pen ent Colleges this fa ll C aptu ri ng confere nce c h amp­ ionships i n soccer, cross cou ntry, swi m m i n g , g olf, and ten nis, PLU men recorded 95 points ( 1 2 - 1 0-86-4-2 scoring syste m ) in the six­ schoo l , ten - sport NWC . Willa mette had 60, Li nfield 65, Lewis & Clark 63, Whitman 5 1 , and Pacific 3 1 , T h e J o h n Lew i s A l l - S p o rt s Trophy, n a med for the late Wil­ lamette athletic d i rector, has been i n PLU posses sion 1 2 of the past 1 3 years Offical point totals have not yet been released by WCiC officials, but the Lady Lutes ni pped run­ nerup Wh itma n , which does not compete in softbal l . P LU women won WClC crowns in cross cou n ­ try, swi m m i n g , a n d track i n the s ix­ sch ool. eight-s port conference.

At the d istrict level, PLU men won a th i rd straight all sports supremacy award. The Lady Lutes were second .

'67 Hoopsters Hold Reu nion In Pa rkla nd Seniors on the 1 967 Lute basket­ bal l team, along with several other former classma tes, held an i n for­ mal reu nion recently to celebrate the approach of th eir 40th b i rth­ days They i ncluded Doug Leeland, now a physician i n Wenatchee; Tom Lorentzsen, a Fargo, N . D . optometrist; T i m Sherry, a vice­ pri ncipal in Spanaway; M a rk A n ­ dersen, a physical therapist i n N a p a , Calif ; a n d A I Hed m a n , a Los Angeles psycholog ist Three hold doctorates; two have earned master's deg rees. The reu nion, hosted by Tim and M a rcia S h e rry , a l s o i n c l u d e d Jonathan a n d Mo rrene Nesvig of Taco ma, Lyn n a n d Frazer Ras m u s ­ sen of Portla nd and Bob (see page 7) and Lois Ericksen of Gig H a rbor

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WO M E N 'S CREW - Lights a re out for other PLU sports i n the s u m me r, but the lights a re on in rowi n g . . . Five boats, of the l i g htweight or flyweight s pecies, will com pete at Open Natio nals J u ne 20-23 on Seattle's Green Lake PLU's varsity eight won the La m berth C u p , downi n g UPS for the seve nth time i n n i ne meetings . . . Dave Peterson's light fou r outdista nced 1 984 national collegiate champion UCLA to win at the Western S p ri nts . . . Lise Lindborg was the stroke, with Robynn Rocksta d , Cari Martin, and Trice Carlson p u l l i n g oars, Jana Paterson cal l i n g the cadence. M EN 'S C REW - Like a ny good racer, Dave Peterson saved the Sprint for the finish . . , Peterson ended a 1 4-year affil iation with PLU rowi ng (see sports awards story) at the Western Sprint Regatta . , . With La rry Naylor the stroke, the Lutes downed run nerup Long Beach State by 4.8 seconds to claim the novice four title . , Steve Bowker, J i m Dawson, Pa ul Stordahl, a n d Gretchen Davis (coxswai n ) had the other seats . , , At regionals, PLU brought home the La From boise Cup (va rsity eights) for the first time s i n ce 1 971 . The Meyer Cup remains i n PLU possession, the Lutes' 1 6th win in 22 races with U PS. GOLF - It was a good year for Todd Gifford , who ended up at Goodyear . . . The ju nior ca rded a 72-770-7 5 -2 1 7 to become just the second golfer i n NAIA District 1 h istory to take medalist honors two straight springs . . . PLU was district r u n nerup . . . At nationals in Goodyear, Ariz . , Gifford finished in 96th place with a 8 1 - 80 - 1 6 1 . . . He also emerged as the ind ividual leader at the six­ stop North west Small College C lassic, where PLU won a th i rd straight team title . . . Bob Britt assu med the medalist role at the NWC tourney, firing an 80- 7 5 - 2 30 . .' . PLU recorded a fourth consecutive victo r y WOM E N ' S TE N N IS - Stacia E d m u nd s ' netters escaped the ra i n and extended the reig n . . P LU , playing i n doors , won a third straight NAIA D istrict 1 title and went to nationals in Overland Pa rk, Kansas, where they Carolyn Ca rlson , who finis hed 1 7-8, won the district p la ced 1 1 th si ng l es crown , , J olene M u rphy a n d Ch ri s Dickinsen , 1 9- 7 as a duo, took At nationals, Car lson , Mu rphy, and Sarah Zi mmer the doubles title s u rvived until t h e thi rd ro u nd of si ngl .s . . . PLU 's WCI streak is h 'story . The Lady Lutes ' five-year run was halted by Whitma n , . Car lso n a n d Dlckmsen w o n WCIC doub l es . . PLU dual record : 1 5 - 5

M E N'S TEN NIS - Bo Derek gave way to Lut� courti e rs i n the Perfect 1 0 department . . . Mike Benson, cited for the 1 2th ..... . time as district coach of the year, d i rected PLU to a tentll / . \j : stra ight victory at both the conference and district levels . . . The Lutes tied for 1 1 th at NAIA nationals . . . Doug Gard ner and Pa ul Koessler teamed for NWC and d i strict doubles gold, whi le Eddie Sch u ltz rei g ned in district si ngles (see related stories) . . ' PLU, 1 8 -8 in dual tests, got a big lift from sophom ore Jeff Allen at conference , . . Allen , wh o played nu mber ten in 1 984 and d i d n 't letter, adva nced to the NWC s i n g les fi n a l s . WO M E N 'S TRACK - Brad Moore's All-America scroll display turned i nto Wa ll-America . . . After w i n n i n g the WCIC crown (fifth straight) and District 1 title (fi rst-even, PLU placed 1 6th at NAIA nationals . . . Moore cited as d i strict coach of the year, produced fou r Al l-Americans, doubling his previous collecti on . . . Karen Bel l was fourth in the 1 00 h u rdles i n a school - record 61 . 6 . . . Carol Weste r, fifth i n the jave l i n , had a PLU- record 1 49 - 5 throw . . . Melanie Venekamp finished fifth in the 3000, Sherry Clark sixth i n the m a rath on . . PLU'S 4 X 800 quartette of Denise Stoaks, Sha nn on Rya n , Becky Wilki n s , and Valerie H i lden was fou rth . I

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PX1ftC 1.l.ItI'I8flJn unlWnrryscene

June1985

Sports

Arthur Ashe A ward Winner

Gard ner 2nd Lute In Four Years To Earn Top National Ten nis H nor

B y Jim Klttllsby

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Doug Gardner is not the type to let Ash Wednesday slip by unob­ served. He probab ly won 't forget Ashe Sunday either The son of Washington State Governor Booth Gard ner, Doug g raduated May 26 with a degree i n business administratio n after per­ forming a t a torrid ten n is tempo in h is two years at PlU . ea med with Pau l Koesslel-, Doug had a share of the N orth ­ west Conference and NAIA District 1 doubles gold in both 1 984 and 1 985. I n a Lute suit, he wa s 5 4 - 1 8 i n smgles ( 2 5 -9, 27-9) , 49- 1 0 i n dou­ bles (2 4-6 , 25-4) . This double-do u ble feat was ovsrshadowed at the recent NAIA national tournament, where he ascended to a hig her plateau At the May 19 pre -tournament banquet i n Kansas City, Gardner was the solo reci pi nt of the prestigious rthur Ashe Award This award, based on tennis play­ i n g accomplishment, scholastic and extracurricular ach ievement. humanitarian concern and accom­ plishment. plus sports ma ns h i p and character, is the focus of a nati o n a l m a i l vote by N A I A coaches. Gardner will fly to New York in August. during he u .s . Open, to accept the award from tennis g reat A rthur Ashe, highly ac­ claimed for his achievement on and off the cou rt. This marked the second time in the four years of the award that a PLU athlete was o n the receiving end Craig Hamilton claimed the first Arthur Ashe Award in 1 982 . Not resting on his Ashe laurels, Gardner advanced to the fifth rou nd of singles and, with Koessl­ er, scrambled to the quarterfinals in doubles . "Only All-American Dave Trages­ er. who reached the singles finals in 1 978 a n the doubles title match in 1 979. ever soared h ig h er for us i n Kansas City, " s id Lute coach M i k€ Benson . "Doug 's play was superb "Doug is a very gIfted athlste He plays with consistency a n d

c o n tro l , with a s o l i d a l l -cou rt game. Perhaps the r et u r n of s rves is the strongest facet of h i s game " He had a wealth of experi ence before coming here, in cluding stints at Redlands and U n iversity of Washington Doug gained con ­ trol o f h i s mental game at PLU . He was able to enjoy te n nis and could harness all that experience and skill . A tea m captai n and inspira­ tional award win ner i n 1 985 , he's been a great example and has displayed a pos itive attitude. " I n doubles, Doug and Paul (Koessler) had good chemistry on and off t he cou rt Pau l 's big left­ h a n d ed s e rve, coupted w ith Doug ' S serve pick-off prowess when p l a yi ng at th e net. enabled the m to compete with the NAIA's el ite "

Gardner, c u rre n tl y we i g h i n g several vocational opportun ities , in cluding World Vision, a Third World Christian relief agency, and Fellowship House, a Christian out­ reach organization in Wa s h i n g ton, D C , is quick o share the credit for his success " I praise and thank God for my parents, for M ike Benson , for P L U , a nd for my tea mmates . He gave them forgiveness and patience which they used in guiding me toward happiness and success. Even though my progress a nd joy sounds like a method of applying the right tactic at the right time, only through Christ could I have performed so well . "

PLU Schola r­ Athletes Clai m 1 0 NAIA Awa rds Pacific Lutheran batted . 5 5 5 i n the NAIA District 1 scho la r- athlete game, claimi ng 10 of 18 awards doled ou t at the organ ization's spri ng meeting. Denise Stoaks was cited in both c ros s cou ntlY' and track . Other wi n ners : Baseball -- Dave Ericksen; Go lf - Todd Giffard; Men's swim ­ mi n g - Brian Beu, M en 's tenms ­ Rusty Carlson, Women's s occe r ­ Bobbi Jo Crow; Foot all - Don Coltom ; Softbal l - Karen Kvale; Women 's swimming - Kirsten Olson. Stoaks, Crow, and Coltom are seniors, the other juniors.

Doug, Gov.

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Lute Hoopsters Plan Ga me Tou r Of Sca ndinavia Later Th is Sum mer Pacific Lutheran will retu rn a long-standing basketball cultural exchange favor to Sweden this summer. Lute basketball coach Bruce Haroldson will take a 1 2 - ma n squad to Sweden, Norway, and Finland, leaving Aug 18 and re­ tu rning Sept. 5 . PLU, i n its first-ever European hoop junket, will play eight or nine games i n the three cou ntries. Lute athletes, who a re raising their own money for the trip, will also tour Germany In addition to friendship games with club teams in the th ree Scandinavian countries, there will be a lot of sight-seeing, acco rdi ng to Haroldson . PLU's first appear­ ance will be in the Stockholm I nvitational Tournament, which is expected to include o ne other U S college.

As Scene went t o p ress, there were still seats available on the SAS flight to and from Copenhagen . For further tri p i nformation, con ­ tact Bruce Haroldson a t P L U , 206535-8706. Hans Albertsson, former Lute standout. who later coached both the Swedish and Norwegian na­ tional teams, is helping Haroldso n w ith g a m e a rra n g ements AI­ bertsson, who g rew up i n Tranas, Sweden, had a banner year in 1 961 -62 . He scored 547 points for the Lutes, a 2 1 .0 ppg average, and won the NAIA high ju m p crown in track . Parkland businessman Ake Palm also ra n ks h i g h as a Swedish i mport Palm, from Vasteras, is fifth on P L U 's career scoring der­ by He scored '1 481 poi nts from 1 969 to 1 972, a 1 4.9 average

Continued from page 2 1 M E N ' S TRACK - No O l d King Cole, because he's only a soph o more , but Russ Cole (5 certain ly king After winning the co n f e re nc e 800 mete r chase, cole captu red b th th e 800 and 1 500 district . At nationals . he became the first male runn er I n PLU history to earn All -America acclaim, fi n ishing third in . a school - record 1 : 51 71 reading . . PLU , third in the NWC the 800 With second at d strict. �ot .a gold medal iavelin showing from Craig Stelling a t , conference and district; he was ninth at nationals (21 3 - 1 0l . . . Brian Bertsch ( 1 1 0 hurdles) and Peder Trelstad (triple jump) were district winners.


pactflc \.UtIIeran unIversity SCene

June 1985

Sports

Wrestling. volleyball. Women's HOOp Teams welcom e New Coach es

Honors 1 985 Woman Of The Year. Men Of The Year In sports

PLU

Ath letic fig u res from th ree states packed home hardwa re at P L '5 May 6 All Sports Banquet Sen iors Barbara Hefte (Ferg us Falis, Minn ) and Denise Stoaks (Au rora , Ore.) were named co­ win ners of the Jack Hewins Wo­ man of the Yea r in Sports awa rd . Seniors Don Coltom (Tacoma) and Eddie Schultz (Poulsbo) shared the Jack Hewins Man of the Year in Sports award, named for the late Associated Press sportswriter The George Fisher Scholar-Ath­ lete awards went to seniors Bobbi Jo Crow (Burien) and Mark Helm (Wenatchee>. PLU's thi rd annual Distinguished Alumni Coach award was claimed by retiring Lute row­ ing mentor Dave Peterson. Hefte earned swimming AII­ America recognition four straight years. She was also cited twice by the NAIA as an Academic AII­ American. Hefte, who amassed 1 7 A l l -America citations, won the 1 985 NAIA 1 00 backstroke in the record time of 1 :00.33. School record-holder i n eight events , WCIC standard bearer in four. she a lso swam on fou r nati o n a l championship relay teams during her PLU career. Team captain as a senior, Barbara graduated with a 3 .28 grade point as an art major. Sto aks. a t h ree-yea r WCIC champion in track. was a captain. conference all-star. and national competitor in two sports. School record-holder in the 800 and 1 500. shareholder in the 1 600 meter relay. she won district gold medals in all three events this spring . Denise. who ran on the PLU cross cou ntry team which placed fourth nationally in 1 983, fifth in 1 984, was managing editor of Saxifrage. the University's literary magazine. The two-sport Academic AI I ­ American graduated in English with a 3.81 g pa . Schultz i s a four-time ali-district performer in ten n i s . Si n g l e s champ i n 1 984 and 1985, doubles shareholder in 1 983, he advanced to the fourth reound at NAIA

nationals In each of his first three seaso n s . Sch ultz, a three-time Northwest Conference all -star, i n 1 984 became just the second netter in PLU history to reach the 30-victory plateau (31 -6l . A May g raduate in communication arts, Eddie posted a 26-8 mark in 1 985. His career record is 1 05-30. C row, the women's scholar­ athlete award recipient, lettered fou r years in soccer and was a two­ time all-star defender at both the WClC and District 1 levels. A three­ year track letter winner, Crow is the school record- holder in the heptathlon . She served as captain in both sports. A biology major with a 3 .64 grade point, Crow has been accepted into PLU's master's program in computer science. Helm, a junior in eligibility, is football captain-elect for 1 985. A three-year letterman, who red­ shirted as a freshman, Helm was a second team Northwest Confer­ ence all-star in 1 984. The fullback rushed for a team-high 480 yards and led the Lutes in scoring with 42 pOints. A tutor at Lister Elemen­ tary, Helm carries a 3 .66 grade point as a secondary history edu­ cation major. Dave Peterson, Lute men's and women's crew chief since 1 976, is the third recipient of the school's Disti n g u i s h e d A l u m n i C oach award. Marv Harshman was cited in 1 983, Mike Benson in 1 984. The 1 974 grad, a four-year oarsman, directed the Lady Lutes to seven Lamberth Cup victories in nine years. His lute men brought home the Meyer Cup five times. Peter­ son literally rebuilt the PLU club sport program following as 1 975 arson fire, which destroyed the American Lake boathouse and re­ duced three shells to ashes. Peter­ son took five women 's teams to nationals and ca ptu red three Western Sprints gold medals. Dave, who earned a master's de­ g ree from P LU in December, wrapped up his Lute coaching duties May 31 .

vets Brighten prospects For Pacific Lutheran gridders have reason to watch television's "60 M i n utes " a n d "20/20." PLU 's game is tailored to the former; Lute experience closely resembles the latter.

Frosty Westering's squad, com­ ing off a 6-3 season, is fortified with 41 lettermen, the offense enjoying a 2 1 120 advantage. Offensively, the Lutes retu rn

1985 PLU Football schedule

Sept. 1 4 sept. 1 9 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 1 2 Oct. 1 9 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 1 6

1 985

ALUMNI, 7:30 p.m. ·PUGET SOUND (Thurs . , Tacoma Dome, 7 p m at Willamette, 1 :30 p . r n LINFIELD (Dad's Day), 7:30 p.m At Oregon Tech, 1 :00 p.r n EASTERN OREGON (League Day), 1 :30 p.m. At Central Washington, 1 :30 p.m. WHITWORTH (Homecoming), 1 : 30 p . m . SIMON FRASER. 1 :30 p.m. At Western Washington, 1 :30 p.m. ·See Scene's ticket mail order form page 24

Dr. David Olson

Olson To Serve As 46th NAIA National President Dr. David Olson, PLU athletic director, who worked his way up through the leadership chairs in the National Association of Inter­ collegiate Athletics, has become the organization'S 46th president. Olson, just the fourth president from the Pacific Northwest since the NAIA was formed in 1 940, accepted the gavel at the associa­ tion's annual convention in March. Dean of PlU's School of Physical Education, Olson, SO, was elected to the NAIA Executive Committee in 1 978. He served as NAIA District 1 chairman from 1 975 to 1 978. While Olson, starting his 1 8th year at PLU, ceremonially took over as president three months ago, he will be formally installed August 1 in Kansas City. "The opportunity to influence the direction of sports at the national level is a challenge 1 welcome, " said Olson. In the chain of NAIA presidents, Olson succeeds Dr. John Visser, .president emeritus of Emporia State University (Kansas> .

Grid Lutes seven 1 984 starters, including full­ back Mark Helm, who rushed for a team-high 480 yards. Multi- pur­ pose runner Jud Keim, also a senior, carried for 258 yards, had 324 ya rds as a receiver, and scooted 21 1 yards on 1 1 kickoff returns. PLU will have nine veteran running backs in suit, including junior transfer Mike Vindivich a ' prep All-American. On defense, PLU is strong and quick, with eight starters back. AII­ district end Jeff Elston (220) and all-league tackle Mike Jay (240), both seniors. are traffic detainers. Westering can choose from seven monogram men at linebacker.

PLU greeted three first class passengers, who a rrived coach Mary Ann Kluge, assistant wo­ men's basketba ll coach at Idaho State for the past five years, is the new Lady Lute hoop mentor. Jim Meyerhoff, who di rected Franklin Pierce High School to nine confer­ ence championships in twelve sea­ sons as head wrestling coach, takes over at Lute mat maestro. Marcene Sullivan will fill the Lute volleyball void following a stint at Seattle's Shorewood High School. Kluge, who succeeds Kathy Hemion. is a 1 977 honors g raduate of the University of Rhode Island . The Tonawanda, N.Y., product has a master's degree from the Un­ iversity of Oregon. A two-time softball All-American a n d four-year lacrosse starter, Kluge was a basketball standout and captained the Rams as a senior. She was drafted by the Milwaukee does of the Women's Basketball League. Meyerhoff, a wrestling staff member at the 1 984 Olympic Games, replaces Dan Hensley, who reSigned at the close of the 1 985 season. The 1 970 University of Puget Sound grad, currently pursuing a master's deg ree at PlU, has fashioned a 1 07-65-2 prep record . Meyerhoff, who will be a part­ timer at PLU, has directed the Cardinals to three state runnerup finishes. A p a st p resi d e n t of t h e Washi n gton State High School Wrestling Coaches Association Meyerhoff has long been active i n cultural exchange visits and AAU programs. the magazine Wrestl­ ing USA named Meyerhoff its 1 984 Man of the Year. Sullivan, who has played ten years of competitive volleyball, both nationally and international­ ly, is a 1 983 University of Washing­ ton graduate. She has competed in seven national tournaments with UW and USVBA teams. Head coach at Shorewood in 1 982 and 1 984, the new Lute part-timer will direct the NVC British Isle Tour Team this summer. The search continues for a re­ placement for men's and wo­ men's crew chief Dave Peterson (see sports awards story>.

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President's Message Investors typically are thoughtful and prudent per­

In 1990/91 the University will celebrate its Centennial

sons. They choose carefully that in which they invest for

under the theme "Educating for Service - Century II."

they quite appropriately anticipate not only a return on

The theme succinctly and powerfully tells our story. We

the investment but also an overall increase in value or

are in the business of excellence in education, yet not

growth. What a pleasure it is then to report to the inves­

education alone, but education for service. That service

tors and friends of Pacific Lutheran University that the

has been and will continue to be for God and society. As

return on your investment remains high as measured by

we anticipate the Centennial and the second century I

the service of skillful dedicated teachers and graduates,

invite your review of the Report to Investors and your

and that growth in the University overall continues to

con tinued support.

be vigorous.

Investors in Pacific Lutheran University are placing

The 1984/85 academic year brought an all-time record

their support in an institution that is making a growing

in student enrollment (up 4.6% over the previous year)

and powerfully positive contribution to society. There are

and the University became the largest undergraduate in­

few other investments that yield a return of that quality

dependent university in the state. Productivity grew, too,

or a growth of that importance.

as credit hour generation increased by more than 6%. Complementing these enlargements of program were the major new addition to physical facilities of the 5,500square-foot Names Fitness Center and the 88,000-square­ foot Rieke Science Center. Growth has been such that although the institution is 94 years old more than one­ third of all its alumni have received their diplomas just during the ten years I have been privileged to serve as president. How gratifying and also humbling it is to make such a report. Growth and progress on so many fronts is a conse­ quence of the clarity and value of the mission of the Uni­ versity and the fact that the mission is supported by a . great team of investors. Without such a team no leader could be successful. Members of the University's invest­ ment team span all its constituencies and draw from them investments of money, prayers, energies, talents, advice, and direction. I am grateful for all of these.

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liThe capacity to care is the thing that gives life its deepest meaning and significance." - Pablo Casals

The pages of this Report to Investors list the names of

During the past five years, the Office of Development

$24,162,229.

many friends and alumni of Pacific Lutheran University

recorded gifts, grants, and pledges totaling

who have demonstrated in a very tangible way that they

This amount included scholarship gifts, faculty grants,

care. They care about students, instruction, programs,

gifts in kind, memorial contributions, and Qonations for

and the campus with the result that PLU will continue to

many purposes at the University. As had been hoped,

be a place of growth for leadership of generations to come.

most of the g ifts received during this period were directed

This year has been another excellent year for growth at the University also in the area of financial support. The fact that the number of regular donors to PLU has in­ creased dramatically over recent years indicates that the

to SHARING IN STRENGTH. That capital campaign, re­ ported on the following pages, was successfully completed at the end of this fiscal year.

A

bold challenge for the remaining years of this de­

base of support is becoming much more broad and solid.

cade stands before us as we prepare to celebrate the cen­

As an illustration:

tury milestone of the University. A detailed program to

In January 1981, 3365 year-end tax

thank you/statements were mailed to donors who con­

accomplish a series of goals including a new music build­

tributed in 1980; 4603 in January 1983; and 6950 in Janu­

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ary 1985.

endowment, and special program needs will be outlined

The record also shows a significan t increase in the amount of money contributed from various constituen­

in the Five-Year Plan that the Board of Regents will con­ sider this fall.

cies of the University; i.e., alumni, friends, corporations

The great host of people who care about PLU and its

and businesses, churches, and other organizations gave a

mission will help us to meet the challenge of this exciting

total of $838,203 more in this past fiscal year as compared to the year before. While PLU is deeply grateful for the growing number of persons, foundations, and corporations who regularly support the ongoing needs of the University, those who have made unusual and major gifts are especially noted. At the beginning of the SHARING IN ST RENGTH cam­ paign, a major gift list did not exist. When the Rieke Sci­ ence Center was dedicated, the donor wall recorded the names of 225 individuals, corporations, and foundations who contributed gifts ranging from $5,000 to $1,885,000 to the science center alone. In addition, this spring an anonymous gift was made to PLU - the largest single gift ever received in the history of the University - what else can be said but a grateful "thank you!"

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Sir-year effort tops campaign goal of $16.5 million!

A Special Report to the

People who made the SHARING IN STRENGTH Campaign a Success Donor Growt h to PlU During Sharing in Strength

What began as an ambitious dream in 1979 has become a reality today. Gifts and pledges to the SHARING IN STREN TH campaign totaled $17.4 million toward a goal of $16.5 million as the six-year effort drew to a close in May. The success of the campaign was the result of more than just a dream. A tremendous debt of gratitude is owed to the people who not only saw the vision of what this campaign could produce, but who believed strongly enough in the mission of Pacific Lutheran University to work to make it happen. This report has two purposes: first, to thank those of you who gave of both your time and your gifts to make

SHARING IN STRENGTH a success; and, second, to share with you some of the things which we have been able to accomplish as the result of your generosity to Pacific Lutheran University. The support came from many sources: friends, parents

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of former and current students, alumni from around the nation, Lutheran Church members from the Pacific North­ west, students, businesses and foundations both local and na tional. And, although some of the largest gifts came from foundations, as in all successful campaigns, over 80 percent of the dollars came from dedicated individuals. The largest gifts ever received in the history of Pacific Lutheran University came as a result of this campaign. Perhaps equally important, however, it has encouraged a significant increase in the number of donors who contrib­ ute to the University each year. During the period be­ tween 1980 and 1984 the number of annual donors to the Un iversity has more than doubled from 3,365 to 6,950! Al umni support has also seen dramatic growth from 1,524 annual donors in 1979/80 to 3,621 donors in the current fi cal year.

Clearly, the largest and most visible accomplishment of the campaign was the construction of the new William O. Rieke Science Center. This fine facility, dedicated on January 27, 1985, and now in constant use by hundreds of students each day, represents the centerpiece of the campaign. Completed at a cost of $8.9 million dollars and encom­ passing over 88,000 square feet, it is the largest academ­ ic building on campus. This facility allows the centraliza­ tion of science instruction from six locations around the campus. As a result greater faculty interaction can take place and space for expansion of new programs is possible.


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The new center provides PLU with one of the finest undergraduate science instruction facilities in the nation. It provides us, in the words of one donor, a "facility to match the quality of our faculty."

It is special in another way as well. Because it repre­

sents, in a very real way, a "gift" to the students and fac­ ulty of Pacific Lutheran University from YOU - our sup­ porters. The Rieke Science Center was totally funded by the gifts of people who care about the future and the mission of PLU. And, at dedication, the construction costs (including architects' fees and furnishings) were fully paid. A special donor recognition wall carving located at the entrance of the building lists the names of major gift do­ nors ($5,000 and above). The names of over 225 friends, alumni, Lutheran churches, businesses and foundations are included. These gifts, which provided over 60 percent of all campaign contributions, assured the success of the campaign. SHARING IN STRENGTH also funded many signifi­ cant but less visible capital projects touching nearly every part of the campus. These campus improvements totaled nearly

$2.5 million. In addition to the Names Fitness Center

which was dedicated in September, 1984, the list includes: •

All-weather sports track

Relocation and construction of new physical plant buildings

Construction of a new mathematics building and a subsequent addition

Installation of elevators for the handicapped in the University Center and the Administration Building

Remodeling the East Campus Building

Purchase and remodeling of Blomquist and Knorr

Renovations - Eastvold, Xavier, Memorial Gym (Com­

Houses for faculty offices munication Arts), Olson Auditorium (Dance Studio), and the Administration Building •

Construction on the KPLU Radio Tower

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In addition to such capital construction projects, gifts toward the University's endowment grew by nearly $1.5 million. The results of a Lutheran Brotherhood endow­ ment challenge grant of $450,000, which continues through July 1986, will increase that total significan tly. Finally, and in many ways of equal importance, was the growth of regular annual institutional support during the SHARING IN STRENGTH campaign. These gifts which totaled over $3.8 million helped the University maintain a sound fiscal base, provided scholarships and financial aid, helped with faculty salaries, library resources, and supported general operations. The l300-member PLU

Q

Club provided over half of those unrestricted funds. With the SHARING IN STRENGTH campaign com­ pleted on what could only be described as a high and vic­ torious note, one might still ask "but are all of our goals fulfilled?" and "are there other capital challenges and ur­ gent program needs faCing the University?" Yes, there are! Opportunities for this growing and dynamic Univer­ sity will continue to challenge the family of PLU. As plans are laid for the century celebration, a reaffir­ mation of commitment will be asked of all of us.

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Highlights At Pacific ,Lutheran University 1984-85

JUNE

Three PLU students were among seven Wash­

A $200,000 gift from Rainier Bancorporation Foun­

ington private college studen ts selected as summer train­

dation, the largest gift ever given to the PLU School of

ees by the Northwest College and University Association

Business Administration, established the Rainier Bank

for Science (NORCUS). They were Kerri Hopkins, Kath­

Business Scholarship Fund for minority students at PLU.

ryn Upton and Linda Lust.

Nine $2,000 grants will be awarded annually.

Nordic Night at the new Tacoma-Sheraton Hotel

raised $25,000 toward a planned Scandinavian Cultural Center at PLU. •

Frank Jennings of Seattle, vice-president of Eddie

Bauer, Inc., was elected to a three-year term on the PLU Board of Regents. Four seated Regents were re-elected, and the re-election of three others was rati fied.

JULY

The Kresge Foundation of Troy, Michigan, ap­

proved a $400,000 challenge grant to PLU for the com­ pletion of the Rieke Science Center. PLU was to complete the challenge by May 15, 1985. •

Swedish maestro Eric Ericson conducted the Royal

Conservatory Choir of Stockholm in concert on campus, and Japanese conductor Norburu Uechi conducted a spe­ cial presentation of the musical culture of Japan.

AUGUST

The 1984 summer graduating class of 139

bachelor's degree candidates and 55 master's degree can­ didates brought to 800 the number of degrees conferred by PLU during the 1983-84 school year. •

Los Angeles jazz musicians Tom Kubis and Darrel

Gardner headed the faculty of the first annual Northwest Summer Jazz Camp at PLU. •

PLU alum Doug Herland earned a bronze medal at

the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. He was at the til­ ler of the U.s. pair-with-coxswain rowing shell.

SEPTEMBER

The PLU Board of Regents authorized a

petition to the Washington State Higher Education Facil­ ities Authority for the issuance of $10,750,000 of tax ex­ empt bonds. Proceeds from the bond sale would be used for campus capital improvements. •

The school year opened with 2,870 full-time students

and 824 part-time students, an eight percent increase over the previous year. •

PLU dedicated the half-million-dollar Names Fitness

Center adjacent to Memorial Gymnasium. The 7,500square-foot building and equipment were donated by Scott and Sis Names of Tacoma.

OCTOBER

One hundred volunteers in Tacoma and

Seattle spearheaded a fund drive to raise matching funds stipulated by the Kresge Foundation grant (see July above). •

Distinguished Alumnus Awards were presented at

Homecoming to Dr. Ronald Heyer, curator at the Smith­ sonian Institution in Washington, D.C., and Dr. Philip Wigen, Ohio physicist who has developed cooperative programs with scientists from Japan, Poland, China, the Soviet Union and NATO countries. •

PLU's Choir of the West performed at the Swedish

Heritage Awards Celebration in Seattle. Sponsored by the Swedish Council of America, the event honored Nobel Prize la ureate Glenn Seaborg, actress Ann-Margret and Sweden's Prince Bertil. •

On campus to discuss conflicts in Central America

was Bishop John Wilson, head of the Honduran/Nicara ­ guan Moravian Church. •

Five scientists from Chengdu University of Science

and Technology in the Peoples' Republic of China visited PLU. They selected PLU primarily because of the inter­ national reputation of PLU physics professor Dr. K. T. Tang . They discussed a possible exchange agreement with PLU President William Rieke.

NOVEMBER

Nationally recognized author Dr. Pep­

per Schwartz was the featured speaker at the dedication of PLU's new East Campus Family and Children's Center. •

A 3 1-unit Seattle apartment building valued in the

high six-figure range was donated to PLU in the form of a charitable gift annuity by Donald and Virginia Haas of Seattle. The gift is among the largest ever received by PLU. •

PLU's 1984 Lucia Bride, Coleen Buren of Salem,

Oregon, was crowned November 30. •

"La Muraille," a 32-foot oil painting by Port Townsend

artist Galen Garwood, was donated to PLU by Kenneth M. Snider of Seattle. The painting had hung for five years in the lounge of the Seattle Center Playhouse.

DECEMBER

Poulenc's

"Gloria" was the

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work during the annual Christmas Festival Concerts pre­ sented in Spokane, Portland, Seattle and Tacoma.

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"If one leaves PLU unchallenged and without new perspectives on our world then that person did not take full advantage of the com­ munity's commitment to integrating faith and practice. PLU is fer­ tile ground in which to enhance and erpand one's faith."

- Doug Chamberlain, Wallace, Idaho, '85 graduate

• Dr. Edward Miles, director of the Institute for Ma­ rine Studies at the University of Washington, was the fea­ tured speaker at winter commencement exercises. The event honored 223 degree candidates.

The P lU Q Club reached a new milestone: $550,000 in gifts for a single calendar year. A month later the 13year-old patron's organization passed the $4 million plateau. •

JANUARY

$8.9 million William Center on January 27 was o ne of the

The dedication of the

O. Rieke Science

historic events in PlU's 95-year history. AMA vice-pres­ ident Dr. Roy Schwarz, a PlU al,um, was the featured speaker. A variety of special events preceded the dedication.

• Walter Shaw, a YMCA executive for 29 years, suc­ ceeded Ronald Coltom as Director of Alumni. Phyllis lane succeeded Amadeo Tiam as Director of Minority Student Programs.

Wallace G. McKinney of Bellevue, Washington, was elected to a vacant at-large position on the Board of Re­ gents. Mc Kinney is a businessman and investor. The board also set 1985-86 tuition at $6535 for 35 credit hours. •

FEBRUARY Four new KPlU-FM translators brought the signal of PlU's NPR-affiliated station to listeners in four Southwest Washington communities: Aberdeen­ Hoquiam, Raymond-South Bend, longview-Kelso and Centralia-Chehalis. . • Irish poet Richard Murphy joined the English facul­ ty as PlU's first Distinguished Writer-In-Residence. He stayed through the spring semester. Resident poet Richard Jones presented a reading from his latest book. • The PlU basketball team tied for the Northwest Con­ ference championship. Gridders Don Coltom and Bruce larson were named to both athletic and academic NAIA All-America teams.

MARCH David Chanaiwa, Deputy Secretary of labor in Zimbabwe discussed the South African crisis during a campus lecture. Forty events were held on campus in ob­ servance of Women's History week March 3-9. • A team of PlU mathematics students placed 34th in the Putnam Exams, an annual North American competi­ tion in which over 350 schools participated. It was PlU's highest finish ever.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geldaker of West linn, Ore­ gon, and Wayne and Dorothy Johnson of Williston, North •

Dakota, were named PlU Parents of the Year. Crit ria include commitment to Christian education, community leadership and service. • La urie Soine of Seattle was elected studen t body pres­ ident for 1 98 5-86, succeeding Pi per Peterson. • For the second year PlU hosted a national telecon­ ference sponsored by the Domestic Policy Association. •

Dr. Rieke, chemistry professor Dr. Charles Ander­

son and physics professor K. T. Tang formalized a stu­ dent exchange agr eement with Chengdu University of Science .and Technology. It is designed for students who plan careers in science, math, engineering or medicine who also desire an in-depth knowledge of China.

APRIL

David Rich of Allendale, New Jersey, and Kelly

Johnson of Kelso, Washington, became PlU's lIth and 12th Fulbright Scholars in the past 11 years. Both planned

study in Germany and future careers in international m r­ keting or law. • PlU and University of Puget Sound co-hosted the national convention of the American Committee for Irish Studies. Se veral hundred scholars from the U.S., Ireland,

England, Australia and other countries discussed Irish

Poetry, literature, history, music and politics. • P lU President William Rieke returned from a three­ month sabbatical. During his sojourns, he visited college campuses across the U.S. and in Peoples ' Re public of China, Australia and New Zealand, including Chengdu in hina (see March).

MAY Spring Commencement exercises May 26 hon­ ored 458 bachelor's and 65 master's degree candidates. The senior class pledged over $36,000 to PlU as a gradu­ ation gift. • During Commencement an honorary doctor's degree was presented to Rev. Clifford lunde, bishop of the North Pacific District American lutheran Church. Clayton Peterson, past regent and former vice-presiden t of devel­ opment, received a Distinguished Service Award. The PlU President's Medal was presented to Stanley Ness, retiring vice-president for finance at St. Olaf College, and lam Ying Ho, principal of Pui Ching Middle School In Hong Kong. School of Business Dean Dr. Gundar King was honored for 25 years of service. • During the year the University mourned the deaths of dean emeritus Philip Hauge and professors emeriti Harold leraas and Anne Knudson. •

Dr. Rieke completed his lOth year as president of P lU.


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The Annual Fund Q Club gifts

Gifts to the University's Annual Fund provide vital sup­ port to every area of the institution. Scholarships, facul­ ty salaries, library resources, and facilities maintenance represent some of the more significant areas where An­ nual Fund gifts are put to use.

• •

The following pages list the names of friends, alumni, businesses and churches who have supported Pacific Lu­ theran University during the past fiscal year, June 1, 1984 through May 31, 1985.

Q

provide scholarships and financial aid to needy stu­ dents (nearly 70% of our studen ts need some financial assistance) allow the University to keep a balanced budget with­ out sacrificing quality .

To help accomplish these goals, members commit them­ selves to a specific amount of support each year. There are four recognized giving levels: Member ................ $240/year ..... $20/month Associate Fellow ........ $480/year ..... $40/month Fellow ................$l,OOO/year..... $84/month Senior Fellow ..........$2,400/year

Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of this ,list. If an error is found, please notify us so that we may adjust our records.

The PLU

help underwrite the cost of education for every student

Club •

Members of the Pacific Lutheran University Q Club provide unrestricted gifts and scholarships to the Uni­ versity's Annual Fund. Their gifts help secure PLU's com­ mitment to quality education in a Christian context.

The Q Club began in 1972 with 100 members who con­ tributed $51,000 to PLU. Today, there are over 1,300 members who gave over $571,000 to the University dur­ ing the last fiscal year. The following roster lists Q Club members of record as of May 31st, 1985.

Q CLUB SENIOR FELLOWS

Q Club Senior Fellows contribute a minimum of $2,400 a year to the University's Annual Fund. Individuals

Businesses

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Pam Bohrer '84 earned a fellowship to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and a $5000 Allenmore Foundation Scholarship during her undergraduate years at rlU. This past summer the second-year Uni­ versity of Washington medical student helped develop a computer-based instructional package for a first-year physiology course under terms of a research traineeship.

Q CLUB FELLOWS Q

Club Fellows contribute a minimum of $1,000 a year to the University's Annual Fund.

Individuals

DR.

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MR. MR.

&

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MR.

f<IRS.

Mh.

MRS. LORIN GIN,!'HER LUCILLE G. GIROUX & �RS. DOUGLAS A. GONYEA

&

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&

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MR. MR. MR.

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MR.

MR.

&

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MRS. CHRIS L. HANSEN f,UlS. DA VID HANSEN MRS. RICHARD D. HANSEN MRS. MARV K. HARSHMAN �IRS. WILLIA�l H. HATJE MRS. DAVID T. HELLYER MRS. JOHN

DR. & MRS. MR. & MRS. MISS KAREN MR. & MRS, MR,

&

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MRS.

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JOHN W. HEUSS�lAN RICHARD N. HILDAHL S. HILLE PAUL A. HOGLUND ERNEST

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MRS. FHANK JENN"INGS MRS. JOHN M. JOHNSON SEN. & MHS. STANLEY C JOHNSON DH. & MRS. RlCHARD JUNGKUNTZ MR. & MRS. GEORGE F. KILEN

DR. & ��S. RI CHARD N. KLEIN MRS. RUBY KNU'!'ZEN MR. & �jRS. IVER il:NUTZEN

& DR. &

MR. MH.

&

MRS. HON KNU'!'ZEN

MRS. JON H. KVINSLAND MRS.

GEORGE LAGERQUIST

MR, & MRS. ALLEN LA RSON REV. & MRS. EDGAR M.T, LARSON MR. EDGAR R. LARSON MR. FRED LEE RE..... & HRS. ORLANDO A. LEE MR. & MRS. ARNE T. LERVICK MR.

&

MRS. PAUL B. LIEBELT

&

MRS.

AXEL LINDSTROM

MR. &

MRS. DONALD C.

MR. & MR. &

lo1RS. J. MASON LLEWELLYN ;<lRS. RICHARD E. LONDGREN

MR. &

MRS.

LINKEM

MR. & MR::i. NORMAN �I. LOREN,!'ZSEN MR. & �IRS. ELDRED E. MATSON MR. ROBERT Eo MATSON

MR. LT.

DR. & DR. MR.

G. MC KINNEY

WALLACE

& MRS. AL J. MEIER GARY M. MITCHELL

& &

MR. &

MRS. RICHARD MOE MOHR E. MORGAN JR.

MRS. ARMIN MRS. HARRY

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MRS. DONALD

�IRS. EDWIN A. MORKEN SR. DR. & MRS. ROBERT �10R'rVED'!'

DR. & MRS. DONALD H. MOTT REV. MACKENZIE �URRAY MR. & ��S. SCOTT NAMES DR. LARRY W. NEEB DR. & MRS. MARTIN J. NEEB MR. & �iHS. HAROLD E. NELSON �iR. & MRS, ROBERT �j. NELSON DR. & �IRS. BURTON NESSE'!' REV. & �1RS. mL'l.'ON L, NESVIG REV. & MHS. HARVEY NEU �'ELD

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MRS.

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MRS. CLIFFORD O. OLSON �;RS. JON B. OLSON NRS. �IRS. �!RS. MRS.

LEONARD OMDAL ROBERT W. OMDAL ALBERT W. PERRY WARREN H. PETERSON PAUL E. PFWEGER JEFFREY PROBST�'IELD

MR. DH.

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MRS.

JOHN A. SCHILLER

MISS EUNICE L, SCHLEICHER REV. & �lRS. !"HED SCHNAIBLE MR. & MHS. V.A. SCHWAHZ NR. & MRS. L. JERALD SHEr'FELS MRS. LYDIA SHEFFELS MH. & MRS. RICHARD W.

MR.

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MH.

MRS.

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MRS.

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STAUB

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MRS. KENNETH W.

MR. &

MRS. HARRY

MR.

MRS.

&

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STUCHELL

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STUHLMILLER

MRS. LENA STUHLM LLER ILLI AM TENNESEN MR. & MRS. MR. & MRS. DONALD L. THORESON MISS GERTRUDE B. TINGELSTAD r�R. & r�RS. TRAC Y N. TO'!'TEN MR.

MR.

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MRS. HARALD ULLELAND

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PLU's 1972 Rhodes Scholar, Bruce Bjerke, is a success­ ful Seattle lawyer today, His prestigious scholarship funded two years of study at Oxford University in England,

Q Q

MHS

Individuals

MRS.

NEAL

LLOYD

ARNTSON

L'C . • MR'. GEOHGE T. MRS. RU�H E. BAYER

AROLA

DR.

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& MRS. PAUL BENTON BR AN A. BERG

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MR. GEORGE MR. DR .

DAVID L.

BE .IILLER

MRS.

LUNDELL

DWIGHT J.

MH. MR.

&

&

DR. WAYNE MATHEHS �1RS. WALTER MICKELSEN

MR .

MRS.

MH. RICHARD W. BOEHLKE DR. I. ��S. WOUTER J. BOSCH MR. ,. �1RS. JAKE SHEIMER

MRS. MRS.

SVEND E. PEDERSEN JOHN . PEDERSON

MRS.

JOHN E.

DR. & MR . • &

MllS.

BOE

DENNIS MODAHL

CAPl' PATRICIA J. MORIS MR. & �rns. ROBERT A. N1STAD MR. & �rns. 'I'HOMAS D. OPATZ MR. & �rns. WALTER V. PARTEL

DR.

BERG

HONALD S. BERG • MR'. RICHARD J. BLANDAU

REV. ,

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Dk. D. MOIRA MANSELL MR. & MRS. JAY D. MAPLE

MR. & MRS. ROBERT P. ADELINE MR & MRS MARSHALL H. ALWORTH III HI{. & MHS. NEAL W. Ai·lEN!J DR. & MRS. GEORGE ARBAUGH MR •

CLUB ASSOCIATE FELLOWS

lub ASsochlte Fellows contribute a minimum of $480 a year to the University's Annual Fund.

MARGARET

PETERSEN

MRS.

DELMAR PIEPER

DR. &

MRS.

ERIK B.

PIHL

MR • • MRS. GERRY J. PI'1'TENGER MRS. CAROL ANN QUIGG MH. & O1RS. WILLIAM R. REA MRS. LILLIAN RICHTER REV. &

MR. MR.

MR. & �1RS. W.C. ROBINSON MR. & MRS. DELBERT C. SCHAFER MISS BEATRICE L. SCHEELE

&

&

�IRS.

MRS.

HOWARD V. RONALD W.

CHRIS'l'IANSON CORNEHL

MR .

DONALD

COHNELL

MR S .

DONALD E. CORNELL RICHARD B. CROWE HAROLD DEMPSTER FRANCIS E. EDLUND JOHN A. EDLUND

A.

MR. MR. MR. MR.

&

MR. MR. MH.

" MRS. F. TALMAGE ED�iAN RIC HAk D A. EHLINGER & MRS . GORDON R. E1DE

MR.

RICHARD FATLAND GRE ORY FREITAG

& , ,

RS. MRS. MRS. MRS.

MR. &

MR.

MRS.

CLARKE S. GABEL

MR.

MR, & MRS. &

CON D. GERDES CLARENCE GRAHN

DR.

RONALD

D.

MR ' .

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MRS. GARY L. HABEDANK r'HANK HALEY

MH. M RS.

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MR. &

MRS.

MR. &.

MRS. KENNETR

MR,

&

MR .

MRS.

CLIFFORD

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MRS.

DENNIS �.

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DR. D MR • •

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MR. &. rr,RS. WILLIAM KRIPPAEHNE JR. MR. " ,RS. STENER R. KVINSLAND MR. GEORGE O. LANE MlSS CHklSTlNc A. LARSON MR. & MRS. HOWARD N. LARSON MR. DR.

ROBERT E. LARSON " MRS. RONALD E.

MR.

&

MRS.

ROGER 0

LERCH

LERVICK

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MRS. ROBERT V. RIEKE

DH. F. EUGENE RIGGS MH. ARMAND RIVENESS

MRS. GERTRUDE SCHEELE SR. NRS. ESTHER SCHIEF MR. & MRS. JOHN A. SCHIERMAN REV. & MRS. LORANCE O. SCHOENBERG DR. & MRS. WALTER D. SCHWINDT MRS. VIRGINIA P. MR. S'l'EPHEN J.

SCOTT

SHEDROFF

MR. GARY D. SHELLGREN MR. & MRS. JEFFRY H. S�ll'l'H MR. .rn. MR. DR. MR.

ROBERT J. SORENSON & �1RS. JEFFREY R. SPERE & MRS. ARTHUR L. SPURRELL & MRS. ROBERT STIVERS & .ms. BRUCE SUTHERLAND

DR.

&

MRS. &

REV.

MARK A.

SWANSON

MRS. RONALD

W.

TELLEr'SON

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MR .

WILFRED E. •

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M.

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DAVID

S.

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MRS.

MRS.

DAVID B.

RICHARD G.

WAKE

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MR. & �1RS. B.A. WEINBERG MRS. LILA WENDLAND'l' DR. & MRS. JOHN WHITMER DR. & MRS. DONALD G. WILTSE MRS. MABEL M. WING REV. & &

REV. DR .

MRS.

DAVID

MRS. ROLAND MRS.

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MR. &

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Q CLUB MEMBERS Q Oub

Members contribute a minimum o f $240 a year t o the University's Annual Fund,

Individuals

MR.

REV . & MRS . ARN E O . A A K R E �lRS . BETTY AALBUE DR . & MRS . HARRY ADAMS RE V . & MRS . JOHN W . A D I X DR .

ARL I S

M.

ADOLF

MR . & MRS . EUGENE L . AHRENDT CAPT & MRS . DAVID A . ALBRECHT MR . & MRS . R . H . ALEXANDER M I S S JEAN M. ALFSEN MR . & MRS . LA R R Y ALLEN MR . & MRS . J . ELMER ALSKOG DR . & �rn s . ROBERT J. A L Z NER DR . & MRS , BRUCE N. AMY MR. & �rns . MARK E . ANDERSEN REV . & MRS . ARNOLD F' . AN DERSuN DR. ARTHUR D . ANDERSON

REV . & MRS . ARTHUR I . ANDERSON DR . & MR S . CHARLES D. ANDERSON MR . & MRS . DON L. ANDERSON MR . & MRS . DUANE ANDERSON MR . & �IR S . GUSTAF C . ANDERSON MR . ROY E . ANDERSON

MR .

SEMON

A . ANDERSON & MRS . SETH E L I ANDERSON J R . & �IRS . ROBERT J . ANDREW MR. L. M I C H A E L APPEL D R . & MR S . DONALD D. ARS'l' E I N MR . & MRS . TERR Y R . ASBJORNSEN . J O H A N N A B. ASKEG A A RD DR . DR .

DR . &

MR .

MRS . DAVID A'l' K I N S O N ROBERT H . A U S'l'

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MRS .

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BA BINGT ON

�IR . BRANT J . BAKER REV . & MRS . ROBERT G . DR .

MR . MR .

BAKER

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HOWARD

&

MRS . MR S .

DAVID R. BANG S U N D C H A R L E S K . BARBO

&

BANDY

MRS . ROSE BARDEN MR . CARY B A S S A N I MR . & �iR S . B O B BATES MRS . BERTHA BATKER DR . & MRS . KENNE'l'H BATKER MR . & D R . J E R A LD A . BAUGHMAN MR .

&

MR .

&

MRS . W I L L I A M E . B A X'l' E R MR . & MRS . D A V I D �l . B E A M RE V . & MRS . GEORGE M . BEARD MR S .

JEFFR E Y

T.

B E D I N G F IELD

RE V . NORMAN R . B E I G H L E Y MR. & MR S . J A MES O . B EN D I C KSON DR. & MRS . STEVEN BENHAM DR . & ��S . CARL A . BENNETT MR. & MRS . DAVID B . BENN ET'l' MR S . EDITH �l BENSON MR . & �IR S . LEONARD 1-'. BENSON MR . & MRS . MICHAEL L . BENSON MR .

&

MRS .

DUAN E

BERENTSON

REV. & MRS . JAMES N . BERENTSON DR . & MRS . DAVI D L . BERG MR. & MRS . PAUL K. BERG MR . & MRS . HOWARD BERGUM MR .

&

MRS .

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BERNTSEN

& MRS . RODNEY A . BERNTSEN & MRS . NEWTON BETTS & MR S . G A R Y E . B I ERWAGEN MR . & MRS . MITCHELL J . B IL L I NG S DR . & ��S . J A MES M . B INGHAM M I SS ANNABELLE M . E . B IRKESTOL MISS GRACE D . M . B IRKESTOL MR . & MRS . BRUCE T . BJERKE MR . & MRS . KENNETH BJORGAN MR . & MRS . JOHN L . B J O RKSTAM MR . & MRS . S . K . B L A C KWOOD

MR. MR . MR .

GEORGE

D.

MRS .

BLA I R

MR . & MRS . JOHN BLEY M I S S G R A C E E . BLOMQUIST MR . & MRS . DAV I D �l . BLUHM REV . & MR S . W I L L I A M C . BOERGER

DR . & MRS . RANDOLPH BOHANNON MR . & �RS . MARVIN O . BOLLAND REV. & MRS . CHARLES R. BOMGREN MR . & MRS . MELVIN BOONE & &

DR . MR . REV . MR .

&

&

MRS . MRS . MRS . MRS .

DAVI D B. BORK RODR I C K BOYD PAUL JON

DR . ' �RS . J AMES E. BRI 1 K & MRS . 'l'ERRY L . B R I N K

MR . MR .

&

MRS . MRS .

ROBERT L . W I L L I AM W

MR .

&

MRS .

R I C H A RD

&

�iRS JOHN BROMMER MRS . ALAN D . BROOKS

&

&

MR . DR .

BROG BROKAW

BROMLEY

MRS . M A R J O R I E H . BROWN MR . & MRS . RUSSELL E . BROWN I�R . & MR S . STEVEN L . BROWN C A PT THOMAS G . BROWN MR . MR . MR . MR . DR . MR . DR . MR . DR. MR. MR . MR . MR . MR .

& MRS . JEHU BRYANT DAVID BUBLITZ & MR S . ERHARDT BUCHF I N C K & �� S . L . SCOTT BUSER & MRS . LEO K. BUS'l'AD & MR S . JOHN R . BUSTAD J R . HOWARD B Y E R L Y & MRS . WALTER B . C A L L 1.

MRS.

EARL

& &

MRS . MRS . MRS .

Rl C k C A M P bELL ROBERT R . C A M PBELL JOE CAN N O N

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& MRS . GLENN A . CANPBELL GORDO'I CA'IPBELL & RO BER'!'A GO'lDW1"

MR . MR . NR .

&

& MRS . & MR S . & MRS .

G . J Ar�ES C A PELL I ARNOLD M A R K CAR L S O N DAVID Q . C A RLSON

DR . & MRS . R AL PH O. CARLSON DR . & MR S . DONALD A . C A R L Y L E DR . & �IRS . ROBERT A . C A R M I C H A E L MR . & MRS . THO�iAS F . C A R R MRS . M A Y � . CARRELL MRS .

MR .

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CARSTENSEN

MRS . RUTH E. CHANDLER MR . & MRS . J A M ES K. CHARLSTON MR.

&

MRS . MRS . MELV I N & MR S . & ��S .

MR . &

MR . MR. DR .

GARY A . CHASE RICH C H I LDRESS CHINN LESL I E C H R I ST E N S E N RUSS J . C H R ISTENSEN

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MR . DR . �lR .

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MR. & &

MRS . �rns .

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MRS . MRS .

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REV . & MRS . DAVID E. C O X MR . & MRS . J A M E S A . C R A R Y

MR .

&

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MRS .

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MRS . MRS .

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DALLY

MR . MR . MR . MR . MR . DR . MR .

& �lH S . D A R Y L D . DAUGS DAVIS & MRS . R I C H A R D W . D AV I S SAMMIE L . D A V I S LELAND B . DAWSON HOWARD r'. DE�IPSEY REBEC CA E. DI ERKER & MRS . G E R ALD D I XON & MR S . JOHN DOELLE & MHS . KENNETH A . DOGGETT & MRS . J EROME F. DONAHE & MRS . RONALD E . DOUG L A S S TI MOTHY D . DREWES & MRS . TRAVERS F. DRYER SR . JOHANN DUENHOELTER & �lHS . JERRY J . DYKSTRA

DR .

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MR S .

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MS . ' BE'l'H �R . MS . DR.

MR .

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& MRS . L E I F O . D A H L P E T E R M . DAHL J O NATHAN H . DAHLSTROM

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MR . & MRS . J . A R N O L D B R I C KE R REV , & �lR S . J O H N B R I E H L

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MR . MR . MR . �iR . MR .

BRAAFLADT

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C u L . & MR S . W I L L I A M �I . CROOKS MR. & MRS . CHARLES W . C U R T I S �lR . & MRS . ROBERT L . C URTI S PRuF DAVID P . D A H L MH . J . STANLEY D AH L

MR. �lS . MR . DR .

T.

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R . EBY & MR S . EARL F . ECKLUND J R . EARL E . ECKSTROM MR . & MR S . ROWDEN EDLAND MR . & MRS . KENNETH J . EDMONDS MR. & MRS . 'l'ERRY W . EDWARDS MR . & MRS . DWIGHT EDW I N S C A P'l' & �,R S . W . L A R R Y E I C H L E R D R . & �lH S . CHRISTEN E . E I D A L MR . & MRS . IVER B . E L I A S O N MRS . D AG N Y E L L I C KSON MISS ES'l'HER M. E L L I C KSON DR . MR .

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MR . & MRS . L A U R E N C E E N S O R MRS . SARAH I S A B E L L E ERCKERT REV . & MRS . JOHN M . E R I C K S E N DR . & MRS . ROBERT P . ERICKSEN DR. & MRS . MAYO H. ERIC KSON MRS . LOLETA ESPESETH DR . C H A R L E S O . E V AN S MR . & MS . G E R AL D E V AN S O N MR S . AUGUST EVERS MR . MR S .

&

MRS . CL AR A

DONALD FAIR

L.

EWING

& MRS . CHARLES I-'ALLSTROM DONALD R . FARMER & MRS . ANDREW D. FARRELL & MRS . DENN I S FATLAND MR . & MRS . P A U L E F A U S KE MR . & MR S . LUTHER C . FENDLER DR . M A R Y LOU FEN I L I MR . & �lR S . JOHN B . FEHRI J R . MR . & MRS . DONALD E . FICKEN REV . RiCH ARD D. F I N C H MR . & MRS . ALV IN D . F ' IN K MR . & MRS . MARV I N L . F I N K MR. & MRS . R E U B E N F I N K MR . & MRS . EDWARD A . FIRCH REV. & MRS . RALPH F I S CHER �l R . & MRS . SCOTT F . FISHER �,R . & MR S . DAVID M. F I SHEH JR . MR .

DR .

MR . MR .


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Individuals (cont.) MRS . PATR I C I A WHITE FISK MR . & MRS . MELVI N FITZGERALD REV . & MRS . ORN I N G B . FJELSTAD DR . M. JOSE P H I N E FLETCHER MR . � MRS . GEORGE F L I N K MR . � MRS . JERRY FLODIN REV . & MRS . W I L L I A M A . FOEGE DR .

MISS

& MR S .

KRISTI

WILLIA� H. B.

FOEGE

FOL L I N G

MR . � MRS . M I C H A E L F O X MR . &. MRS . JAMES P . F'REDRI C KSEN . H O C REDR I C KSON � MR . &. MRS . MARK LEE FREED DR . & MRS . J A MES H . FREI S H E I M MR . RON A LD C . F R I E R J R . M R . & MRS . CARL �' . FROST MR . & MRS . WALTER J . FUCHS CSM . & MRS . JOHN J . FUREY MR . & MRS . CARL T. FYNBOE MR . &. MRS . MARL IN J . GABBERT MR . JAMES W . G A L L A W A Y MR . DAN I EL C . G A R D MS . C E C E L I A A . G A R D L I N MR . RONALD M . G A RRETT MR . & MRS . MICHAEL R . G A R V E R J. G E E M R . & MRS . BOBBY DR . R A L P H D . GEHRKE MR . & MRS . CHARLES T . GELDAKER MR. & MRS . HERBERT GELMAN R E V . 1 MRS . ERV GERKEN

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REV . &. MRS . ALBERT F. GERSTMANN MR . STEPHEN E . GERSTMANN DR . & MRS . W I L L I A M P . G I DD I NGS MR . & MRS . GORDON G I LB E RTSON MS . SALLY G I LBERTSON MR . & MRS . THOMAS A . G I LMER DR . & MRS . NICHOLAS A . GLASER MR . & MRS . STEVE GLEASON MR . & MRS . MICHAEL E. GOCKE D R . � MRS . STEWART D. GOVIG MR . & MRS . GLEN O . GRAHAM REV . & MRS . JOSEPH P . GRANDE MR . & MRS . OTIS J . G R A N D E MR . & MRS . WALTER GRANDE MR . & MRS . RONALD V. GRATIAS DR . & ��S . W I L L I A M GREENWOOD M R . & MRS . LYLE GREER MR . & MRS . GUTTORM GREGERSEN MR . & MRS . HALVOR GREGERSEN MRS . ELLEN I . GREWE MR . & MRS . KEITH GROSS REV. THEODORE GULHAUGEN DR . THOMAS F. GUMPR ECHT MR . &. MRS . GLENN O . GUSTAVSON MR . & MRS . DA VID E. GU'l'ZLER MRS . N I N A N . HAAGEN MR . � MRS . GEORGE H A A KONS J R . DR . 1 MRS . ARNOLD J . HAGEN REV . & MRS . G A RY A . HAGEN

MS . DR . MR . MR . MR . MR . MR . MR .

MR . MR . MR .

LAURA LEE HAGEN MRS . NORMAN HAGEN MRS . T. OLAI HAGENESS &. MRS . THOMAS O . HAGER VICTOR E. HAGLUND & MRS . DONALD R. HALL & MRS . EDW I N S . HALL & MRS . RUSSELL HAMBURG &. MRS . J A C K R . HAM I LTON &. MRS . R I C H A H D H A M L I N & MRS . STEVEN HAMMERQUIST

&

&.

& & MR . & DR . & MR . MR .

MRS . MRS . MRS . MRS .

HAROLD C . HAMMOND VERNELL M . H A N C E DALE L . HANSEN DAVID H. HANSEN

DR . MH . MR . MR . MR . MR . MR . MR . MR . MR .

&

MRS . MHS . HOBERT & MRS . & MRS . & MRS . & �ffiS . & MRS . & MRS . & MRS .

&

HENRY P . HANSEN MARVIN D. HANSE� J. HANSEN FRANK H. HANSON GI LBERT F. HANSON JERRY R . HANSON LARRY L. HANSON VERNON HANSON VERNON L. HANSON DEN N I S R . HARD'l'KE

MR . & MRS . EDWARD R . H A R M I C MRS . T E R R Y ANN H A R N E MR . & MRS . JAMES C . HARR IS J R .

MS . KAREN E . HAR'l' MR . & MRS . PAUL E . HARTMAN MR & MRS KENNETH B HARTVIGSON JR ,MR . & MRS . ROBERT A . HASSELBLAD DH . & �ffiS . LAWRENCE J . HAUGE MA J . & MHS . CHARLES HAWKEH MR . MR . DR .

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MRS . MRS . MRS .

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& �lRS . �nLTON 'l' . HE�'TY CHARLES HEGTVEDT & �ffiS . DEN N I S L . HELSETH & MRS . MICHAEL C . HENTON & MRS . DA V I D N . HERIVEL

DR . & DR . . W. RONALD HEYER MR . PAUL R. HIDY MR . ROGER E. HILDAHL MR . LOREN HILDEBRAND DR . & MRS . WAYNE L. H I LL DR . & �IRS . BRUCE D . HI LLE MRS . KATHRYN B. HIRST DR . & MRS . DALE H I R Z MS . BON N I E M . HITCHCOCK MR . & MRS . DUANE F. HOFFMANN

MR . & MRS . CARL R . HOGAN REV . & MRS . THEOL S. HOILAND MR . DOUGLAS B. HOLSINGER MR . & MRS . ROLAND M . HOLSINGER MR . & MRS . EVERETT A. HOLUM MR . & MRS . J A C K L . HOOVER M R . EARL W . HORNGREN DR . & MRS . P A U L HOSETH D R . & MRS . AL HOVE MR . & MRS . RONALD E . HOVEY MRS . CAROLINE C . HOVLAND MR . & MRS . CURTIS A . HOVLAND MR . & MRS . HOWARD L . HUBBARD MR . EDWARD W . HUBER DR . & MRS . LAURENCE D. HUESTIS MRS . ELLEN KAYE HUHTA MR . & MRS . KEN HULTGREN MR . & MRS . JAMES M . HUSHAGEN MR . JOHN HUSl1A GEN � JAN SCHUR!'IH REV . &. MRS . J A C K HUSTAD MISS ELLEN S. IKEMOTO DH . & MRS . PAUL I N G R A M MR . & MRS . G A LVEN I R B Y MR . & MS . S'I'EPHEN M . I S A ACSON MR . & MRS . DEN N I S D . J A C KSON MR . MR . MR .

& & &

MRS . RICHARD A . JACKSON MRS . DON J A COBS MRS . ERL I NG T. J A COBSON

MR . & MRS . JAMES F. JACOBSON MR . & ��S . LYLE J . JACOBSON REV . & MRS . ORVILLE A. JACOBSON MR . & MRS . DAV I D A . J A MES MR & MRS . JOHN C JAMES MRS . RUTH JEFFRI E S MR . MR . MR . MR .

&. MRS . LLOYD B JELLUM J ANVRIN O . J EN K I NSON & MRS . KENDALL J E N N I N G S & MRS . G E O R G E J . J E N S E N

MR . N O R M A N � . J ENSEN MRS . SANDRA JERKE DR . & MRS . LUTHER G . JERSTAD MR . & MRS . M I LT'ON W . JETER MR . & MRS . RICHARD JOBST MR . & MRS . EDWARD H. JOHN MR . & MRS . STEPHEN A . JOHNSEN

REV . & MRS . ANTON JOHNSON MR . & MRS . ARTHUR S . JOHNSON MH . & MHS . CARL G . JOHNSON MR . & �IRS . DAVID E. JOHNSON MR . & MRS . E. MARVIN JOHNSON DR . & MRS . GARY K. JOHNSON DR . & �ffiS . GORDON H. JOHNSON MR . & MRS . JEFFREY R. JOHNSON MR . & MRS . KENNETH M . JOHNSON MR . & �IHS . LARS E. JOHNSON MRS . LINKA K. JOHNSON DR . & MRS . �lA Y N A R D JOHNSON DR . & MRS . ROBER'l' W . JOHNSON DR . & MRS . RONALD C . JOHNSON MR . & MRS . TED L . JOHNSON J R .

PATR I C I A J . JONES DR . OLAF M. JORDAHL �IRS . PE'l'ER R. JORDAHL f�R . 'c ;��n . �LL A'i E. JU'IL DR . & MRS . FRANK JUNG MR . & �lR S . ERLING B. F. JURGENSEN DR . & �lRS . J A MES H . KAUTH REV . & MRS . � I LL I A M H . KEES REV . & MRS . ROBERT KELLER MR . ELWIN J. KENDALL MR . & MRS . DONALD K . KENNY E Y s . KENT !c MR . HENRY KIEL MR . & MRS . LYLE W K I N GSTON

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M I SS FRANCES K I RB Y �lR . & �iRS . JAMES L . KI'!'T I L S B Y �IR . &. MRS . KENN E'l'H S . KLARQU 1ST' MR . & MRS . RObERT P . KLAVANO MR . & MRS . MATTHEW D . KLEIN D R . &. MHS . ROBERT KLEI N MR . J O E L G . KLETT MRs . ANNA KLEWENO MR . & MR S . D A V I D KLIES DR . & MRS . JAMES E. KNORR DR . & MRS . JENS W . KNUDSEN MRS . CARMEN S. KNUDTSON MR . & MRS . IRVIN N . KNUTSON �IR . & MRS . DEN N I S V. KNUTZEN MR . MR . MR . MR . MR . MR .

&

�IHS . JESS I\NUTZEN RAY MOND E. KNUTZEN & MRS . 'l'ERRY KNUTZEN & MRS . W I LBERT P . KOCH & MHS . W I L L I A M M . KOLL & MRS . GORDON KORSMO

MR . & MRS . JOHN S . KORSMO DH . & ��S . ROBERT A . KRATZKE D R & D R . KONSTAN'l' I N O S J KRAVAS

REV . & MRS . ERVI N E. KREBS MH . & MRS . W I LL I A M C . KRIEGER MR . & MHS . CHARLES E. K R I P P AEHNE LeDR & MRS . JULIUS N . KRONNAGEL MR . & MR S . MAGNUS KVAMME MR . &. �iRS . HOWARD J . KVI N S L A N D MR . & �lRS . STEPHEN P . K V I N S L A N D MH . & �lRS . O . ELDON K Y L L O MR . & MRS . PAUL F . LABES MH . & MRS . ALBERT H. LAMB MR . & MRS . JOHN W. LAMB DR . & MRS . J . DOUG LAMBRECHT

MRS . L I LL I AN T LANGDON . MR . & �IHS . ALBER'l' J . LANGSE'l'H


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& & &

MR S . MRS . MR S .

STEVEN H. L A N S I N G P A T LARKIN CARL S . LARSON

MR .

&

MRS .

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MR .

&

MRS .

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MR .

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JR .

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M R . & MRS . L A R R Y LEANDER P AM E L A S. LEE E LEE M R . & MR S . M A R K J. LEEPER

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LEMAY LEMAY J R .

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DR . JOHN W . LENNON lLT . & MRS . R I C H ARD T. LEON A R D D R . & MRS . JERROLD E . LERUM MR . & MRS . MAGNAR L E R V I C K MR . " MRS . M A R K S . LESTER R E V . " MRS . RAY K. LESTER &

REV . MR .

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MRS .

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MR . " MRS . TED E. L I N H A M M R . " MRS . DAVID L I V I NGSTON MISS MARY A L I C E LLEWELLYN MR .

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MRS .

LOGAN

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CHARLES

M I S S LAVON R. LOGAN MR. " MRS . ARTHUR G. LONEY DR . & MRS . JOHN P. LON E Y M R . " MRS . JOHN E . LONN MRS . DONNA LUCKY MRS . ANNE M. LUCKY MR . & MRS . C L A R E N C E P . LUND REV . & MRS . CLI FFORD R . LUNDE

MR.

MR . MR .

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MRS .

LUNUGAARD

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RUDY LUNDMARK & MRS . HAROLD

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LYCKMAN

DR .

& MRS . ROBERT L. L Y C KSELL MR . & MR S . ROBERT A. LYSHOL R E V . & MRS . JOHN L. MAAKESTAD MR S .

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MR . MR . DR .

& & &

MRS . MRS .

PATR I C K MANNELLY DENN I S M. MARTIN

MR .

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MR S .

ROBERT T.

MARTIN

DR . & MR S . ARTHUR MARTINSON REV . " MR S . RONALU D. MART I N SON DELORES

MRS .

ANN

MARVONEK

MR . & �m s . LAFAYET'I'E MASS I N G I L L R E V . & MRS . P A U L F . MATTH I A S MRS .

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MR . DR .

& MRS . K U R T I S R . M A Y E R J E N N I FER A . MC DONALD

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MRS .

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Contributions to Pacific Lutheran University through the Independent Colleges of Washington July AT&T FOUN D A T I ON ACME CONCRETE COMPANY A I RBORNE FREI GHT COR PORAT I ON ALASKA AI RLINES ALBERTSON ' S IN C . ALCOA FOUN DATION ALL I ED STORES FOUN DA T I ON , IN C . ALPAC COR PORAT I ON AMERI C AN BRAN D S , IN C . AMERI CAN MARINE BANK AMERI CAN STEEL ARTHUR ANDERSEN AND COMPANY THE ANDERSON FOUN D A T I ON ANONYMOUS ANONYMOUS N O RMAN ARCHIBALD CHARITABLE FDT . A S SO C I ATED GROCERS , IN C . GUY F . ATKINSON COMPAN Y ATLAN T I C RI CHFIELD FOUN D A T I ON BOC GRO U P , IN C . BARTELL DRUG C O M P AN Y BATTELLE MEMORI AL I N S T I TUTE BEM I S COMPANY FOUN D A T I ON BIRKENWALD , IN C . THE BOEING COMPAN Y BORDEN FOUN D A T I ON THE BRI ST OL-MYERS FUND FRAN K BROOKS MAN UFACTURING CO .

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BROliN & HALEY BURLINGTON NORTHERN FOUN D A T I ON BANK OF CALI FORN I A C A S C ADE AIRWAYS , INC . C AS C A DE N A TURAL GAS CORPORATION CENEX FOUN DA T I ON THE CHEVRON FUND OF THE SEATTLE FDT . CHEVRON , U . S . A . CITICORP, U . S . A . THE COCA-COLA COMPANY COLDWELL BANKER CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY CORPORA T I ON CON SOLI DA TED FREIGHTWAYS , IN C . CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERI C A FOUN D A T I ON CON T I N EN TAL MILLS , INC . CON TINEN TAL TELEPHONE SYSTEM OF NORTHWEST CRAFTSMAN -& MET PRESS PRINTERS CRI TON TECHNOLOGIES DARI GOLD , I N C . DART &: KRAFT FOUN D ATION DATA I O CORPORATION D ELUXE CHECK PRINTERS FOUN D A T I ON DREXEL BURN HAM LAMBERT IN C ORPORATED DUPAR FOUN D A T I ON FARMACEUT I C A L SERVI CES FIRST IN TERSTATE BANK OF WASHIN GTON FOUN DA T I ON THE O . D . FI SHER CHARI TABLE FO UN D A T I ON KENNETH AN D MARGARETT FISHER JOHN FLUKE MANUFACTURING COMPAN Y , IN C . FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND N EAL R. FOSSEEN GENERAL MILLS FOUN D A T I ON GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION

/

1, 1984

- June 30,

1985

GEN ERAL TELEPHONE & ELECTRON I C S FOUN D A T I ON GEORGI A-PAC I F I C FOUN DATION GRACE FOUN D A T I ON , IN C . GRAN TMAKER CONSULTAN T S , IN C . GRAYBAR ELEC TRIC COMPAN Y , I N C . GREAT NORTHWEST FOUN D A T I ON GREAT WESTERN MALTIN G GRON I N GER & COMPAN Y , IN C . GULL INDUSTRI ES , IN C . JOHN 1 . HAA S , IN C . JOHN HAN CO C K MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN Y HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY ITT COR PORA T I ON THE ITT RAYON I ER FOUN DAT I ON IN TERN A T I ON AL BUSINESS MACHINES C O R PORATION DONELYN AND GORDON JAEGER JOHNSON & HIGGI N S OF WASHINGTON , IN C . K MART C O R PO R A T I ON K I RO RADIO AND TELEVI S I ON KOMO RAD I O AND TELEVI S I ON LAIRD , N ORTON TRUST COMPANY L A YRI TE PRODUCTS COMPANY LI BERTY MUTUAL I N SURAN C E COMPAN Y FUND THE C HA S . H. LILLY COM PAN Y LONGVI EW PUBLI SHIN G COMPANY MARSH & MC LENNAN , IN C . MARTIN M A R I ETTA ALUMINUM THE MASSART COM PAN Y MAYNE N I C KLESS I N CO R PORATED MC CALL O I L AND CHEM I C A L C O R PORA T I ON

#2

THE

MERCK COMPANY

FOUN D A T I ON

M I D -MOUN T A I N CON TRACTORS , IN C . MINNESOTA MIN IN G AND MANUFACTURING 3M N ALLEY ' S FINE FOODS N EW YORK LI FE FOUN D A T I ON NORDSTROM NORTHERN LIFE INSURAN C E COM PAN Y N O RTHWEST N ATURAL GAS COMPANY NORTHWESTERN GLASS COMPANY OLD N A T I ON AL BANCORPORAT I ON OLYMPI C STAIN OSBERG CON STRUC T I ON COMPANY PSF IN DUSTRI ES , IN C . PACCAR FO UN D A T I ON , IN C . P A C I F I C AMERI C AN CO MMERC I A L COM PAN Y PAC I F I C COCA-COLA BOTTLING COM PAN Y PACI F I C FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS PAC I F I C GAMBLE ROBINSON COMPANY PACI F I C METAL COMPAN Y PAC I F I C NORTHWEST BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY PAC I F I C TELEC O M , IN C . PEMCO FOUN DA T I ON , IN C . PENDLETON WOOL� MILLS J. C. PENNEY COMPAN Y , IN C . PEOPLES STATE BANK LYNDEN PERFORMAN CE BROKERS , IN C . POPE & TALBOT , IN C . POWER C I TY ELECTRI C , IN C . THE PROCTER &: GAMBLE FUND

(

)

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THE PRUDEN T I AL FOUN D A T I ON PUGET SOUND N A T I ON A L BANK PUGET SOUND POWER &: LI GHT COMPANY THE RABEL FOUN DATION , IN C . RAINIER BANCORPORATION FOUN D ATION RAI N I ER BREWIN G COM PAN Y RECREAT I ON AL EQUI PMEN T , I N C . R. J . REYN OLDS INDUSTRI E S , INC . RIDGWAY PACKAGING CORPORAT I ON ROCKCOR , IN C . SAFECO INSURANCE COM PAN I ES SAFEWAY STORES , IN CORPORATED SEATTLE BOILER WORKS , IN C . SEATTLE SAVINGS LEAGUE THE SEATTLE TI MES SEA TTLE POSTINTELLI GENCER S I M PSON TI MBER COMPAN Y FUND THE S POKESMAN -REVIEW STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCT S , INC . STERLING DRUG, I N C . SUN D STRAND CORPORATION FOUN D A T I ON TAM ENGINEER: NG COR PORA T I ON TANDY CORPORATION RADI G SHACK TEACHERS FO UNDAT I ON , I N C . TEKTRON I X FOUN D A T I ON TI COR FOUND A T I ON THE BANK OF TOKYO , LT D . THE UPS FOUN D A T I ON , INC . UN ION O I L COMPANY OF CALI FORN I A FOUN DAT ION UNION PAC I FI C RAILROAD FOUN D A T I ON UNI TED TELEPHONE COMPANY OF THE NORTHWEST UNIVAR FO�D A T I ON HIRAM WALKER &: SON S , INC . WASHIN GTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK WASHINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY WASHINGTON STATE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOC I A T I ON THE WASHINGTON TRUST FOUN D A T I ON THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPANY WESTIN HOTELS THE WOLLENBERG FOUN D A T I ON WRIGHT-SCHUCHART , I N C .

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25 Sociology m a j o r Ruth Christianson '85 was this year's n a tional w i n n e r of the National Education Association's essay con t e s t . Her w i n n i n g e n t ry was i n s p ired by h e r coopera tive ed ucation i n te r n s h i p a t M a r y Bridge C h i l ­ d re n 's Hos p i t a l i n Tacoma. S h e pla n s

a

career counsel-

i n g c hildren wi t h l i fe - t h reatening i l l nesses.

Alumni Donors By Class A l u m n i who have given t o t h e A n n u a l Fund a re l i sted by c lass. If a n alum is m a rried to a n a l u m , their gift has been split and listed accord i ng l y. The percen tage a nd dol­ lar a moun t indicates t h e pa r t ic i pation of t h e class d u ri n g t h e 1 984/85 fiscal year.

Top Ten Classes In Annual Fund Giving By Dollars Con tribu ted ] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

]963 1958 1970 1953 1957 1969 1959 1965 1981 1955

By Percentage Of Part icipat ion ] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (tie)

12,413 1 1 ,659 10,1 16 9,397 9,034 8,695 8,321 7,996 7,866 7,764

'A mollg classe5

will. a mill i m " m of

*

43% 41% 33% 31% 30% 30% 29% 28% 25% 25%

]930 1938 1934 1942 1947 1940 1935 ]931 1929 1948 10 I'forl,· mrmhi' r.'

solieilr"

Pre-1916 Gifts $55,00 Donors 2 Percent of Class Contributing 8%

1921-1925 Gifts $5,351.00 5 Donors Percent of Class 18% Contributing

1927 Gifts $275.00 Donors 2 Percent of Class Contributing 15%

�;A1'�EN ,

BULl ': , '�ABLE '1E�:I l � GS S:( , OLGA K I EL , 'lEN,lY

LUND , CLARENCE P . OLSON , C L I F F U N O M .

TULER ,

SUPH ! !:. CUNA

J.

( LA R � E N )

( HU F � )

1916-1920 Gifts $1,365.00 Donors 5 Percent of Class Contributing 42% '}:J L 9 A IJ:;EN , T H I ) D ) R E ( C'lR I S TE:I S EN ) J)'lN 3 Y( , , � G'( q i L D M. ( G REI BRG K ) 'O R K ,'( , 3R . , ID \l 1 N A . ( MO R K E'I ) RANDALL , L3 J 1 3 1 K. ( D AH L ) J�0 R A A 1 L I . ,{J A L � A R

L l N D GRE� ,

�G:lES

VEDIBERG,

SI VER!

J.

( ,{AUK'l )

( GLASSO )

�.

1926 Gifts $405.00 Donors 3 Percent of Class Contributing 50% COLTOM , C A R L ELLINGSON , LAWRENCE SOGNEFEST , PEDER

1928 Gifts $325.00 Donors 5 Percent of Class Contributing 23% DAUGHTER� , SYL V I A ( L ARSON ) EW Y , A L Y C E ( C ASPERSON ) FREDRIC KSON , HANNA ( A NDER�ON ) H A UG E , HAUGE ,

LA URENCE M . • M A H l E ( ESPESETH )


26

1932

1929

$2,127.50 Gifts 10 Donors Percent of Class 23% Contributing

$1,454.34 G ifts 5 Donors Percent of Class Contributin g 25%

BOHRMAN , C LARA F . ( FJERMEDA L ) FORSBERG , LORR A I N E B . ( THOREN ) GOETZ M A N , MARGARET H . ( PORATH ) HAUK E , HOLDEN M . HOP P , JOHN N . • KITTLESON . ALBERTA ( S CHM ITZ ) KNUTZ EN , E I N E R

BERNTSEN , I D A A. ( H INDERL I E ) BOLSTAD . INGEBORG B . C ORBETT , IRENE A . ( D I SE'I'H ) J A COBSON , ERLING JOHNSON . JOHN M .

T.

RASMUSSEN , W I L L I A M C VELTO N , MURIEL ( W AT'l'S ) WR IGHT , AMEL I A A . ( H OLMQU I ST )

1930

$3,971.50 Gifts 15 Donors Percent of Class 43% Contributing

1933

Gifts Donors Percent of Class Contributing

BLAC K . L O U I S E M . ( L EHMANN ) C RONQU I S T , GEORGE L . DAH L . J . STANLEY ( P REUS ) EVJ ENTH , THEODORE U . GAFFE Y . EVELYN G . ( SOLU M ) QERLA , FRIDA T . ( TAYET ) aOPLER UD . I N G A M . aOPLER U D J R . , JOHN C . ( G O PL E R U D ) J A COB SON . J . REYNOLD LAN E ... GEORGE O . QUAL"" WARNER R . SCHEE L , FREDR I C K W . SCHI ERMAN , JOHN A . • STEN D A L , C H R I S T I N E ( J OHNSON ) • STRENGE . SEN A L . ( J OHNSON )

1931

P H I L L I PS , WESTLI NG ,

$60.00 2

MARY E . ( H OLMES ) NORMAN L .

1934

$2,185.00 Gifts 9 Donors Percent of Class Contributing 33%

$3,135.00 Gifts 8 Donors Percent of Class 28% C ontributing

FOSNESS , ELLA M . ( J OHNSON ) HANSEN , J E N N I E L . ( LEE ) HAUGE . V I R G I N I A E . ( B YERS ) KVAMME , LOU I S E E . ( M I LLER ) LAMB , ESTHER H . ( HV I D D I N G ) LOGEN , THURSTON A . STUEN , O . JOHN ( STUEN )

eRICKSO N ,

WALSH , L I L L I A N ( J OHNSON ) WESSON , LEON A R D C .

LLOYD

A.

HAAGEN , N I N A N . ( SWANSON ) RAGE ESS , T. OLAI LARSON . EDG AR R . LEE . FRED ( KN U T Z EN ) QUALE , MILLARD C . SCHIERMAN . CORA S . ( GO P LER U D ) VIEBRO O K , ALMA M . ( G RANDE )

9%

1935

$4,165.00 Gifts 10 Donors Percent of Class 29% Contributing ANDERSON , B . ELDON BODRERO , MARGUERITE M . BOE , D I L l E E . ( QUALE ) DEM PSTER , HAROLD '

DEMPSTER , HVID D I N G ,

I D A M . ( THOMPSON ) PAUL G .

NESVIG , M ILTON L . ( G RONSETH ) NYMAN , HOWARD W . ( JO RGENSON ) ROT I , LLOYD D . ( L ARSEN ) SWANSON ,

ROLAND H .

1936

Gifts $3,824.32 Donors 12 Percent of Class Contributing 22% ADAMS , LAURA MAE ARNE , JOHN A . • BROCKWA Y , GEORGE FAULK , CARL G .

( HAUGE )

GRANDE , VALBORG ( N ORB Y ) • GRI MSTVEDT , CLA R I C E ( MY R A H ) HAAVIK , ARTHUR O . KNUTZ E N , VICTOR F . KOPPEN , BEHGLIOT A . ( VO G A N ) MONSON , MAR I E L . ( J OHNSON ) • TORONGO , ELLEN M . ( BERGSTROM ) TS A PRALI S , JOANNA ( MANOUSOS )

1937

$612.50 Gifts Donors 8 Percent, of Class Contributing 200/0 A RN E ,

OLGA

D.

( HUGO )

H O P P , MARGARET O . ( R OREM ) PEARSON , MARGARET E . SCHN A C KENBER G , WALTER C . S O L I E , CHESTER J . • SOL I E , THELMA J . ( N ESS ) STOLEE , ALMA M . WELDE ,

EVELYN

( N I CHOLSON )

1938

$3,075 .50 Gifts Donors 20 Percent of Class Contributing 41% ANDERSON , HELEN ( STARK ) CHANDL ER , RUTH E . ( MORRISON ) DAKAN , lIiARG ARE'I' K . ( MELVER ) FROST , EVELYN ( J ACOBSON ) GRAN DE , OTI S J . • GUSTAVSON , GLENN O . HAGENE S S , MARI A JOHNSON , LINKA K . ( DEBER R Y ) KVINSLAN D .

HOWARD

J.


27

A l um n i A n n u a l F u nd Par t i c i pat i o n By C la s s e s Cla .. s

Percent

o

40%

50%

60%

.... = ...: -':'--= c::.'''., -----II---....--II.,-_---- W h y is t h e percen tage of ----:--=':--------=�c----II--�-_f!!!!!!!! !!! .... !!! . -- a I u m n i w h o give each ._---- ye a r t o t h e A n n ua l F u n d . � . _ -: ----II--�........ ----� ---=-=-:i mport a n t ? --��----��-���--�===----==-"----= = "'--- ---I-..,..,......... .. F .. !!------- One of the f i r s t q uest io n s w h i c h fou n d a t i o n s ------=--:-==-------:�"'---- ----I....-.. -�....:r. ------ a nd major d o n o rs ask of ---=-:-=-:---:�=---I..,;..+-

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_ _ _

_ _ _ _

-

-

-

-

-

-

us is this:

How many of -------=--"-'-"------='-------1........ .. ........1-. ------ i g larly n

re u

yo u r a l u m ­ s u pport yo u r ---

----:--:-=':----..::-,.=---1-,.---1''-- i n s t i t u t ion ? O o r a n swer to t h .l t ques­ ------==:::-------:::---:----I--,.....�r------- t i o n o f t e n d e t e r m i n e t h e s i ze of t h e i r g i f t .

s

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28

KVINSLA N D ; EUGEN I A C . ( S PENCER ) KVINSLAN D , STENER R. • LARSON , PAUL V. • MADDEN , LOIS M . ( MORTO N ) NORGAARD , ESTHER A . PHILL I P S , AGNES B . ( TORVE N D ) STEND A L , KARL • STRA N D , ARNE •

SWANSTRO M , OVEDIA I . ( HAUG E ) WILLI S , J . STANLEY . WUEST , ROLAND G . ( H AHN )

1939 Gifts $3,370.00 Donors 12 Percent of Class Contributing 21% FALLSTROM , CHARLES ( DELI N ) • JOHNS O N , KENNETH E . JURGENSEN , ERLING B . F • • JURGE N SEN , AAGOT S . E . ( G E RDE )

ADOLF , ELISABETH ( REITZ ) ALLEN , MARY C . ( R ICHARDSON ) ANDERSON , ROY E . ANDREW , BABETTE M . ( BROTTEM ) C LAR K , BARBARA R . ( X AVIER ) • FALLSTROM , MARJORIE J . ( D ELIN ) GLEW , GRETCHEN ( BACHMAN N ) JACOBS , ALVIN F . • ( MCNUTT ) ( PE LLETT )

KVINSLAND , MARGARET I . ( HEGGEM ) MELVER , ELSIE J . ( GUNDERSON ) SATRE , EL I Z ABETH ( DAHL ) SIMONSON , W A LTER R . ( APLAND ) SLOVER , LORENA M . ( P OLAND ) • SNYDER , ROBERT R . ( CHUR CH ) STOUT , FLOREN C E E . ( PFLUEGER ) TAYLOR , F . BLAIR . TOMMERVIK , CAROL M . ( HA A VI K ) • ( DA N I EL S )

C LA R K , ROBERT H • • MOBROTEN , ASTRID ( ANDERSON ) MOE , EUN I C E E . ( BILLDT ) * NEWTON , ROBERT A . * REITZ , ROBERT H . SCHUD Y , ADELINE M . ( J OHNS ON )

MC MILLA N , NADINE MOE , JORDAN O • • NELSO N , LLOYD H .

Gifts $1,809.50 21 Donors Percent of Class Contributing 30%

G.

BENDO C K , IRMA L ( NORTH) BOZ ARTH , LENORE ( J AHLSTROM ) DAVIS JR . , GEORGE L . ( LUND ) DEYTO N , NORMA ( J OHNSO N ) FOSS , EMMA M . ( THOREN ) JOHNSON , A L A L I E ( FOSSO ) * LARSO N , N I N A A . ( ANDERSO N ) • PEDERSO N , ARNE K. ( R UMMER ) • SLOVER, JAMES M . • TAYLO R , LENORE E . ( RASMUSSEN ) ULBER G , VALERIE A . ( O LSO N ) W I LLI AMS , ROBERTA ( ROBISON )

T I EDEMAN ,

G I L MUR , THELMA ( THURESON ) HARSHMAN , MAR V K . • HARSHMA N , DOROTHY E . ( L ARSON ) • HENDRI C KSON , RUTH H . ( S IMONSON ) JOHNSO N , KENNETH M . •

1940

THELMA

Gifts $520.00 Donors 7 Percent of Class Contributing 13%

Gifts $1,739.00 Donors 15 Percent of Class Contributing 31%

W IESNE R , RICHARD E . WING , MABEL M .

W I L LI S ,

1944

1942 •

K A RLSTAD , ALFRED M . KARLSTAD , GERHARD W . MONSO N , DONALD O • • OLIVER , RICHARD W . STASWIC K , MARGUERITE ( H ANSEN ) SVENDSEN , EVELYN L . ( JOHNSON )

JACOBSON , LYLE J . JOHNSO N , LOYD V . KLINZMAN N , M A Y E .

1941 Gifts $2,335.00 Donors 12 Percent of Class Contributing 20%

NORTH ,

MARTIN

F.

( FRIEDLINE )

E.

PEDERSON , GLORIA M . ( RUMMER ) • THOMURE , LE RAE ( H AMILTON ) THOR EN , ROBERT H . TINGSTRO M , ALICE ( FGRD ( P F LUEGER ) TOMMERVIK , MARVIN S . • TORGET ,

ELLEN

M.

( SWANSON )

1943 $590.00 Gifts 6 DonOIs Percen t of Class 13% Contributing EMERSON , H . ELENE ( H A GEN ) GREER , LORNA A . ( ROGE RS ) HARSHMAN , STERLING ( C ARPENTE R ) JOHNSEN , P A LMER O . STUEN , MARCUS R • • T I EDEMAN , WENZEL •

I.

CHARLOTTE

( ROD )

1945 Gifts $1,095.00 Donors 5 Percent of Class Contributing 13% B IR KESTOL , ANNABELLE M . E . B I R KESTOL , GRACE D . M . GARDL I N , CECEL I A A . JACOBS , C . VIRGIN A ( SEABURG ) NYHU S , LLOYD M .

1946 Gifts $1,477.50 Donors 8 Percent of Class Contributing 23% ANDERSO N , DOROTHY J . ( N I EMAN ) • CARLSON , JANET C . ( H AUGE ) • CHRI STOFFER SON , NELL IE ( R ISA ) * GREGERSEN , GUTTORM KOCH , JEANETTE B . ( B URZ LA F F ) * NEWTON , ANNE L . ( L IEN ) • OLSEN , LO S A . ( ROBERTSON ) * WATNES S , ISABEL E . ( H ARSTAD ) •

1947 Gifts Donors Percent of Class Contributing ANENSON , KENNETH BOE DWIGHT' J . HAUdE , E . HAROLD

30%

D. ( O FSTED A L )

HO I L AN D , ANNA ( A NDERSO N ) LARSON JR . , E . ARTHUR •


29

1984-85

Alumni G if t s By C l a s s All funds (Annual and Capital)

Alumni Annual fund

Solicited

% of

% of '

Number Class

Amount

Donors Participation

Pre - 1 9 1 6

26

2

8%

1 9 1 6- 1 920

12

5

42%

1921·1925

$

Amount

Donors Participation

$

55.00

2

8%

1 , 365.00

5

42%

1 , 4 1 5.00 5,456.02

55.00

28

5

18%

5,J51.110

Ii

21%

1 926

6

3

50%

405.00

3

50%

405.00

1 92 7

13

2

1 5%

2'75.00

3

23%

287.00

1928

22

5

23%

325.00

10

45%

700.00

1 929

20

5

25%

1 ,454.34

5

25%

1 ,854.34

1 930

35

15

43%

3,971.50

19

54%

4,381 .50

1931 1 932 lOll

29

tI

28%

3 , 1 3 5 . 00

10

3,4 15.00

43

10

23%

2 , 1 27.50

7

1 2,545.00

12

2

90/\1

60.00

6

34% 16% 27%

1934

27

9

33%

2 , 1 8 5 .00

1I

41%

5,410.00

1 015 1936

35

1.0

2 %

4, 1 65.00

13

37%

7,350.00

55

12

2 2%

3,824.32

16

6,334.32

1937

40

8

20%

1]

1 938

49

20

41%

6 1 2.50 3,0 75 . 50

29% 28%

23

47�h

3 . 740.50 5,045.00

242.50

},366.50

l Q39

45

12

21%

3,370.00

15

27%

1 940

71

21

30%

1,809.50

27

38%

1 ,809.50

1941

61

12

20%

2,335.00

18

30%

2,880.00

1942

49

15

31%

1 , 739.00

18

37%

3,246.50

1943

45

6

1 3%

590.00

II

24°,b

1 , 242.70

1 944

53

7

1 3 %,

520.00

II

21%

790.00

1 945

40

5

1 3%

1,095.00

6

1 5%

1,807.50

1 946

35

8

23%

1 94 7

50

15

1 , 4 77.50

II

31%

1 ,695.00

3,497.50

22

44%

4,805.00

1 948

84

21

25%

5,555.00

36

430/0

9 . 1 1 5. 5 4

1 949

121

22

1 8%

5,480.00

33

27%

6,227.50

1950

222

47

21%

270/",

7, 00,77

19.5 1

203

51

25%

7,005.50

1 95 2

32

20%

3,392.00

49

J()<l,.

8,849.50

33

22'ii,1

9,397.46

48

33%

16,9 1 9.96

1 9 59

162 l'J7 1 60 !!i8 181 209 HI 286

IS

8.38 4, 1 1 1 .00

59

3]

5, 5

1 960

1 953

30

19%

5, 748. 47

43

27%,

1 2,637.22

33

21%

7,764.1>5

52

33%

13,23 1 .15

31

1 7%

4 , 4 1 1.96

48

27%

10,655.'16

43

2 1 0/0

9,034.42

65

J I Or�

13,952. ] 7

47

20%

1 1 , 659.59

86

37%

29,563.75

42

1 5'�'"

8,321.00

80

28%

1 5, 1 52.50

231

47

20%

6,755.00

69

30%

1 1 ,097.50

1 96 1

323

59

18%

7,866.25

96

30%

1 4,676.50

1 962

362

41

1 1 °'0

3,566.25

74

20%

8,855.83

1 963

384

53

] 4%

1 2, 4 1 3 .28

95

25%

29,924.78

1954

1 955 1 056 1 957

1956

1964

329

37

1 1 °'0

4,895.00

69

21%

8,566.50

1 965

285

59

21%

7,996 . .50

91

32�%

23, 764.00

1 966

280

30

] 1%

4,833.32

64

23%

7,580.32

1 96 7

312

46

1 5%

5,777.50

78

25%

] 8,801 .00

1 968

349

36

10%

3,40 1 . 2 5

89

26%

1 0,067.43

1 969

454

69

l Sq'cl

8,695. 1 8

116

26%

1 8 , 3 72.44

1970

507

47

9%

1 0 , ] 16.24

1 02

20%

19,590.27

1 97 1

542

76

1 4%

7 , 4 9 1 .34

] 40

26%

1 97Z

553

58

1 0%

5,795.00

108

1 1,420.00

] 97l

41

8�"

4,742.50

102

19 " 975 1 970 1 977

5201 670

65

1 0%

6,07

131

601 2

62

J O%

33

6, 1 85.50

III

51

8%

4,749.86

1 26

584

44

4,4 1 2.86

99

20% 19"', 20"," 18% 1 9 °/. 1 7%

25,846.88

.

10.2 10.00 1 9,635.01 22, 1 04.00 13,2

2.60

1978

530

37

4 , 402.66

lOS

200t,

1 1 ,909. 1 6

19 9

8% 7·

577

28

5%

1, 6 8 6. 66

79

1 4%

5, 1 9 2.91

1980

637

50

8%

3,588 . 1 7

] 09

1 7%

7,469.67

1981

668

69

] 0%

2 , 1 1 4.80

]42

21%

7,503.80 1 0.894.52

1 2,684.61

1 98 2

752

1 14

1 5%

5,658.61

172

23%

1 983

804

93

1 2%

3 , 1 04.50

1 60

20%

6,950.66

1984

696

1 00

14%

1 ,466.00

139

20%

3.244.00

1 5,486

2,053

$274, 7 6 1 .67

3,621

TOTA LS

( 1 3.3%)

(23.4%)

$573,200.96


30

LARSON JR . , P . LORR A I N E ( A KEHUR ST ) NIENSTED T , HERBERT . OFFERDAHL , AGNES E . OLSEN , KARL . PFLUEGER , PAUL E . RAMSTAD , WILLIAM K . ( T HOMPSON ) STORAASLI , CAROL H . ( E LEFSON ) • STRANDJORD , EUN I C E ( O FSTEDAL ) WOLDSETH , EDROY • WOOD , BARBARA ( N EWTON )

1948 $5,555.00 Gifts 21 Donors Percent of Class Contributing 25% ANDERSON , Q USTAF • BERGU M , GLADYS M . ( H OVLA ND ) BJORKSTAM , GWENDOLYN B . ( O AKLAND ) C ARLSON , RALPH O . • COLLA RD , ERNEST W . • ELEFSON , WALLACE N . FYNBO E , INGRID E . ( MA RTINSON ) • GHaR LEY , GERRY ( KU HLMAN ) • GRATI A S , RONALD V . HO P P , ERNEST I . JOHN S ON , VI RGIN I A G . ( I SVIC K ) • KR I P P A EHN E , LOUETTA M . ( BRUNNER ) KYLLO , O . ELDON • M I LBRATH , EARL W . ( MANN ) N ICOLA I , JOHN H . NIENSTEDT , PATTI ( P URVI S ) • SCH A FER , AFTON R . ( H JELM ) • STU EN , COR I N N E S . ( FOSSO ) • TOWE , ARNOLD ( �I�LAN D ) W I LLI AMS , ANN L . ( J A COBSON ) • Z IER , ELISABETH L . ( R IEKE )

1949 $5,480.00 Gifts 22 Donors Percent of Class 18% Contributing A A KR E , A RN E O . • A A KR E , VA LBORG T . ( R USTA D ) • ER I C SON , W I LBERT N • • EW ING , R . LOI S ( TOLLFELDT ) FI HER JR . , DAVID M . • F I SHER JR . , IRENE B . ( BRUDIE ) FYNBOE , CARL T • • G HORM LE Y , H . WARREN . HAGLUND , MURIEL ( BA I R D ) • HOILAND . THEOL S . • KAUTH , THEODORE KORSMO , CLIFFORD M . • KORSMO , JOHN S . ( MARTE N S ) MATHISEN , N AO M I E . ( B USCH ) PARTR I DGE , DELIA F . ( R OSSEAU ) PEDERSEN , DONALD J . S C HN A I B LE , DOROTHY H . ( MEYER ) STORAASL I . LESTER W . •

WALZ , VIVIAN A . ( HURTIG ) WATNESS , LUTHER O . • W EATHERMON , HELEN L . ( J ENSEN ) W I C K , DONALD M . •

1951 •

1950 $5,538.38 Gifts 47 Donors Percent of Class 21% Contributing AAKRE , ODVEN J . AHRENDT , EUGENE L . • ANDER SEN , HENRY I . ANDERSO N , DON L . ANDERSON , EUGENE M . BENDER , DOROTHY J . ( MARTENSON ) • B I LLINGSLEY , EVANGEL INE M . ( O RDAHL ) . BRAAFLADT , PHIL I P . BRUNN ER , LOUIS F . • BRUNN ER , GLENNA I . ( N ELSON ) • CHRI STOFFERSON , C . • CLEVEN , LLOYD M . • DOROTHY , EDWIN E . • DOROTH Y , EDNA V . ( H AGLUND ) • FAAREN , GERALD P . FOREMAN , BURTON GRAHAM , DONALD L . HAGEN , ERVIN L . HAGLUN D , RICHARD . HAUGE , LAWRENCE J . ( M ILLIGAN ) HENDERSO N , JOHN T . HENDR I C KSON , MORRIS N . • JOHNSON , CLI FFORD A . • JOHNSON , CARYL D . ( ROEDER ) • JOHNSON , E . MARVIN • KYLLO , HELEN R . L . ( R AMST A D ) • LARSON , ROY F . • LARS ON , SELMER A . • MADSEN , KATHRYN I . ( L U C AS ) NELSON , PEGGY ( RAMBERGET ) N I EMAN , ROBERT V . ( B EECHAM ) NOTHSTE I N , DONALD L . • PETERSON , LAWRENCE F . • PETERSO N , BETH ( G OTTWALD ) • PIHL , LOU I S E RANDOLPH , CHARLOTTE M . ( M YKL AND ) • REA D , MAHLON D . SCHAFER , DELBERT C . • STRA NDNESS , DONALD E . • STRENGE , LEROY P . TOB I A SON JR . , PHYLL IS B . ( BRYNESTAD ) · WATNESS , CALV I N M . • WEATHERM ON , RICHARD • WHITLE Y , GRANT E . W I C K , VIRGINIA B . • WILLI AMS , DONALD E . • W ITTRO C K , MARC I A ( ETZEL )

$4,111.00 Gifts 31 Donors Percent of Class Contributing 15% ABRAHAMSON , NOEL L . ADAMS , VERA V . ( STRONG ) AHRENDT , LAW A N N A J . ( W ELLS ANDT ) • BERENTSO N , DUANE BILLINGSLEY , CHARLES W. • BLAC KWOOD , CHARL E . ( KN A P P ) COLLA RD , RUTH ( HOLLE ) • DAMMEN , HELEN ( HED I N ) ER ICSON , A M Y A . ( K NUTSON ) • GERSTMANN , ALBERT F . HAGLU ND , VICTOR E . HOFFM AN , MAVIS ( S A NDERSON ) JOHNSON , LUELLA ( T OSO ) KENNY , DONALD K . • KERN S , JAMES S . KNUDTSON , RALPH E . ( S TEN S A A ) LARSON , MAR I A K . ( O GREN ) • LUN DE , CLIFFORD R . ( C HA PMAN ) LUNDGA ARD , GENE C . • LUNDG A ARD , MA R I A N R . ( BENJAMINSON ) • MALN ES , HAROLD E • • MALNES , CAROLYN . NORDENG , ERLING O . ( H AUGEN ) ROE , HANNAH L . ( QU I EN ) S I QUELA ND , LUDWIG H • S I QUELA ND , EVELYN C . ( M I K KALSEN ) • S P I T Z ER , CONN I E H . ( A UNE ) • TOB I ASON J R . , RAY . W I LLIAMS , WILL I AM A . WI NTERS , ROBERT M . • ZULAUF , EMI L I E E . •

1952 Gifts $3,392.00 Donors 32 Percent of Class Contributing AABERG , JOHN M . BENTSO N , PAUL C . BET'rS , NEW'l'ON • BETTS , DEE ( K YLLO ) • BRAAFLA DT , PAUL C ARLSTROM , GERARD DOUGLASS , MARGARET H. ( L UCAS ) ERICSON , J O N M . • ERIC SON , MARJORIE ( W IGEN ) • F I N K , MARVIN L • GARRISON , CHR I ST I N A ( R EDD I N G ) HEFTY , MILTON T • • JOHNSON , ANTON . KOCH , WILBERT P . • LIMING , JOHN E . • MEESKE , GORDON NOWADN I C K , GEORGE W . • NOWADN I C K , PHYLLIS ( I SVIC K ) • RANDO L P H , ERNEST L • • REITZ , OTTO J . •


31 24

Percentage of Alumni Giving All Funds

22

_

2 2 . } l\, _ .--

- - . 23.4" " /\ 1 1 Fund,

2 1 . 4�\1 A nnual Fund

20

,. -

Capita l Fund 18 1 6.0l��1 , , •

I�

,

,

,

,

,

,

,

,

• • 1 4 .0''', C a p i t .l l

14

1 1 .8°''1- "

12

- - -

,

,

1 2 . 7l\}

1 3.00..'1/0

,

1 3.2(Yll

.

F un d

1 3.3" " A n n u.l l F u nd

. ' .• ' . . 1 2 . ...S'"'l' • •

1 O.BL��l

10

(' .8 0 �1

8

6 · . . . . . . . .• . . . .

"

4 . 5\.' 0

.

. .. 4. 7°'0

2

0

80181

$000,000

8 1 182

82183

83184

84185

$573.200

Alumni Giving in Dollars to Annual and / or Capital Funds $ 5 00,000

$" 0.000 �

5300,000 �

D

=

$482, 853

Capital Funds

$ 5 3 9,57 5

.

� Annual Funds $378, 719

5304.304

$.:!OO.OOO �

.�

III!

$ 1 00,000

::::::::� o 80181

8 1 182

82183

8 3 18 4

841 85


32

RIMBAC H , EVANGEL I N E L . ROCKSTAD , VERN J . S P I T Z ER , LEROY E . • TOE PEL , MILDRED M . ( FOEGE ) TOLLEFSON , E . DUANE ULLEL AND , DUANE E . • VIRAK , ROY H . ( J UTTE ) • VIRA K , GLOR I A ( J U'l'TE ) • VORVI C K , PHILIP T . WATNESS , J U L I A ( J OHNSON ) • W I NTERS , CAROLYN J E AN ( J OHNSON ) WOHLHUETER , FORREST

1953 Gifts $9,397.46 Donors 33 Percent of Class 22% Contributing AMEND , NEAL W. • BENDER , JEROME R . • BROOKS , MILDRED J . BROWN , ELLEN G . ( KELLBERG ) C AM P BELL , ROBERT R . DOUG L A SS , RONALD E . • FORSLAN D , CHARLES A . GLASER , NICHOLAS A . • GREWE , ELLEN I . ( HESSEN ) HALVORSEN , HOWARD T . HANC E , VERN ELL M . HUFFMAN , GLEN A . JONES , PATR I C I A J . KARWOSKI , C AROL M . ( S CHULER ) • K A UTH , J AMES H . KENNY , BE'l'T I E I . ( CRUTS ) • KNUTSO N , E . DAVID LANGSETH , ALBERT J . LIMING , MAR ION L . ( C UMMlNGS ) • M A DSEN , ROGER J . NISTAD , ROBERT A . ( DENO F F ) NO KLEBERG , JAMES H . • NOKLEBERG , NAN G . ( A AGESON ) • NOTHSTEI N , NAOMI L . ( RO E ) • O LSON , HELEN J . ( ENGER ) • REED , JESSE W . ( W ELTER ) REESE , DONALD G . • REULE , G . RONALD R I E KE , WILLIAM O • • RUDDIC K , HAROLD W . RUNY AN , HERBERT C . • SERWOLD , JOANN N . STEEN , INEZ V . STRAND , CARLA R . ( C AIN ) •

1954 Gifts $5,748.47 Donors 30 Percent of Class Contributing 19% BALL J R . , J A MES C . ( B ALL ) BERGT , ELO I S E ( J ACOBSON )

BLUCHER , DONALD P . ( HA N S EN ) BRAAFLA DT , JEANNE ( H AUGE ) • C LEVEN , PHYL L I S A . ( B ERGREN ) • COOK , MARY A . ( OLSON ) • HAUGEN J R . , IVER M • • HEFTY , LUELLA V . ( V I G ) • J AEGER , JAMES C • • KAGELE R , ALVIN G . KELLE R , GL ORI A E . ( E VANSON ) KOESSLER DONN H . • LAMB , MA A ILYN A . ( MORUD ) LARSO N , RICHARD T . LARSON , ROGER K . MEYER , HERM I N A D . NELSON , C . LENNARD . NEUFELD , HARVEY . OGARD , DONALD W . • OGARD , M . KATHLEEN ( H IN R I C H S ) • R I EKE , JOANNE E . ( S CHIEF ) • ROSS , ROBERT E . ( V AN SLAGEREN ) • ROSS , S U Z I E V . ( V A N SLAGEREN ) • RUN Y A N , ETHEL A . ( A LLEN ) • SHEFFELS , L . J ERALD . SIEGELE , ORVlLLE K . • SIEGELE . MARGARET L . ( H OLBROO K ) • ULLELA N D , MAR ILYN ( FREN C H ) • UTZ INGER , WILFRED E . W I LLI AMS , OSCAR I .

1955

Gifts $7,764.65 33 Donors Percent of Class 21% Contributing BERS I E , RICHARD B . CAMMOC K , IRIS ( N O RDMAN ) C ARLSON , PHYLL I S G . ( G RAHN ) CARLSTRO M , THEODORE C . • C URTIS , ROBERT L . ELIASON , IVER B • • FIN K , MARIL Y N ( S ALO ) • GAARDER , DONALD E . • GAARDER , ALTA C . ( P RESTBYE ) • HANSON , VERNON . HILLE , KAREN S . HINDERER , PAUL N . T . ( HORN ) JOHNSO N , LYNDALL M ( L OVETT ) • JOHNSO N , FRANCES M . KARWOSKI , FRANK C . • KNORR , WILLIAM C . LEONARD . PATR I C I A A . ( HOGG ) LESTER , RAY K . • MARVON E K , DELORES ANN ( H AGEVI K ) MEYE R , MARLENE J . ( W I LK I N ) • MOEN , ALLEN L • • MORI S , PATR I C I A J . NELSON . SUZANNE R . ( S KUBINN A ) • NELSON , ROBERT L . NEUFELD , CAROL ( BRA CE ) • N IELSEN , ROSEANNA J . ( H ARTILL ) P A YN E , MARY JEAN PR I C E , BRIAN F . REESE , MARY I . ( ENSBERG ) • S EVERTSON , S . ERVING . STA Y , CONSTANCE L . STRA NDNBSS , EDITH V . ( O LUND ) • W I GEN , PHIL I P E .

1956 Gifts $4,411.96Donors 31 Percent of Class Contributing 17% AMEND , LAVERNE I . ( W ELLS ) • BABCOC K , PHYLLIS ( BRANDT ) • BRIC KER , J . ARNOLD BRUNNER , PETRA ONELLA ( L EE ) C ARSTENSEN , RI CHARD . C ARSTEN SEN , DELORES A . ( BE C K ) • C H ARLSTO N , JAMES K • • CHRISTIANSON , HOWARD V • • DAHLBERG , CAROL J . ( E DLUND ) FREED , MARK LEE . GARRITY , ELLEN ( HENR Y ) HAUGEN JR . , V I R G I N I A A . ( G RAHN ) • H I NTZ E , CAROL J . HOO VER , J A C K L • • J A EGER , CONSTANCE M . ( H ANSON ) • JOHNSO N , CLARENE V. ( O STERLI ) KRANTZ , DONALD J . MORR I S . DONALD MORTON , STEWART M • • MORTON , KATHRYN M . ( J ERiTA D ) • NORDQU I ST , PHIL I P ( J ORDANGER ) • OLAFSON , ROBERT B . R EA Y , JOHN R . R I E KE , ELWOOD N . ROBINSON , SANDRA N . ( STANDA L ) • ROSE , DAN I E L C . ROSEBERG , LELAND R • • SCHWARZ , THELMA C . ( N YG AARD ) • TAEGE , MAR I A N L . TILLY , EARL F . ( BARTROFF ) WOLD , DAVID C • •

1957 Gifts $9,034.42 43 Donors Percent of Class Contributing 21% BROM LEY , RICHARD BUSEMAN J A NET M. ( BYBERGl C ARLSTR 6 M , ALZORA ( ALBREC H T ) • CHARLSTO N , RAMONA ( LOFTUS ) • CHRISTIANSEN , B . ROD • DEITZ , YVONNE A . FOEGE , W I L L I AM H . • FOSSO , DONALD E . • FOSSO , BARBARA J . ( S KJONSBY ) • FRU M , ROBERT C . GELDAKER , CAROL MAE ( BOTTEM ILLER ) GEN Z , CLYDE HECHT , MARILYN ( KLEVE ) HENDR I C KSON , ANITA E . ( S CHNEL L ) • HILLE , BRUCE D . HILLI S , MAUR I C E G . HOFFENBAC KER , LINA E . ( T ABER ) • HOOVE R , MARILYN M . ( J OHNSON ) • JENNI NGS , SANDY ( STENN ES ) KATZ , MARI L YN ( H EFTY )


33

David Rich '85 of All endale, New Je rsey, and

Johnson

Kel l y

'84 o f Kelso, Wa s h i ng t on, bec a m e PLU's 1 1 t h

a nd 1 2th Fulbright Scholars i n t h e pa st 1 1 years. Both are s t udying i n C e r m ,l n y t h i s fall. Rich spec iali zes in pol i t ical science, h i story and la nguages . Johnson p l a ns

a

career in i n te r n a t i o n a l law.

NUTZEN ,

RON

SERWOLD , ROGER S INDERSO N , J A C K D . SOREN SON , ROBERT J . S P R Y , LOU I S J . STAKKESTA D , WENDELL ( BASSETT ) STEEN , LOR I L I E J . ( HEFTY ) •

KOESSLER , PAT R I C I A ( MOLVER ) • LARSON , EDGAR M . T . ( JOHNSON ) • LARSON , HELEN M . ( ER I C KSON ) • LEW I S , DONNA AHRENS ( MILLER ) LILES , DONALD R . MAC I S AA C , SHIRLEY A . NORDQU IST , HELEN ( JORDANGER ) • PARROTT , ELS I E ( RUT I LA ) PAULSO N , GERALD C . PHILL I P S , CAROL J . ( FALK ) ROB INSON , KENNETH J . • RODI N , MARGARET ( H ARPSTER ) ROSEBERG , GRETA H. ( HA A GENSEN ) SHEFFELS , J A NET ( W IGEN ) • SHOBERG , LAWRENCE A . S I E K , THEODORE J . STEEN , DAVID S • • STORAA S L I , DALE R . STUHLM ILLER , E . ROBERT • T I MM , ROBERT S . WERNOFSKY , LESTER E • • lOMAN , JOANNE B . ( BAYNE ) OLD , ELI SABETH B . ( OMLI )

WESTBERG ,

HANSON , JERRY R . HOFFE N B A C KER , GORDON J . • JETER , . I LTON W . ( S KEPSTAD ) JOHN SON , J . ARTHUR KENT , RICHARD S . KNUTSON , D A V I D R . ( FORC E ) LARSON , BETTY ( JOHNSON ) • LEE , ROBERT S . LEE , SOLV E I G M . LESTER , J A N ET ( TOWE ) • LUC KY , ANNE M . ( H ALL ) LYCKMAN , HAROLD R . M I LBRATH , JOHN A . M ILLEN , N AN C Y G . ( G I L C H R I ST . ) MOEN , J U L I A I . ( BRUNN ER ) • LSON , KENNETH N • • LSON , ROSELYN ( N ESS ) • SE , J A NET A . ( S M ITH ) QUIGG , CAROL ANN ( SHEFFELS ) SAWYER , THOMAS N . SCHEEL E , BEATR I C E L .

1959

CONSEAR , RICHARD O . • CORNELL , JOANN ( H ANSON ) • CURT I S , CHARLES W . ( VRYC K I ) DEISHER , DELORES M . EICHLER , W . LARRY ELIASON , CAMILLE J . ELIASON , BARBARA M . FREISHE I M , SANDRA J . GANG E , PATR I C I A K . (

• •

FI N N )

GROEN VELD JR . , BARBARA HAGE N , EVA L . ( L ARSON ) HANSON , FRANK H .

ANN

( B ECKNER )

HULTGREN , IRENE N . ( N I LSEN ) IVERSO N , ROGER L • • JOHNSON JR . , A . GLEN LONDGREN , RICHARD E . • LONDGREN , AN ITA L . ( H I LLESL A N D ) MEYER , THEODORE H • • MOHR , BEVERLY A . ( SWANSON ) MORR I S , JACQUEL I N E J . ( F I SHER ) MUSEUS , BETTY C . NOVOTNEY , MELV I N ( NOVOTNEY ) OLSEN , RICHARD S . • R A Y , W I LLIAM H . R I I S , KENNETH M . • SCHWARZ , M . ROY ' SELLS , CLI FFORD J . ( KNUTZEN )

SHEFFELS , LO I S ( BECKEM E I ER ) STEWART , JAMES R . STUHLMILLER , WILLAMAE J . ( ANDERSON ) ' SVEEN , K . T I M ( COROS ) UNMACHT , THOMAS J . • W A LL , BRYAN W I GEN ,

LESTER K .

'

ELL I N G S ON , HELEN K . ( J ETER ) FOEGE , PA ULA R . ( R IST A D ) • FREED , ROSEMARY ( CERN Y ) • FREISHE I M , JAMES H • GETTEL , ROBERT G . • JACOBS ON . JOHN D . • JOHNSON , ALAN R . JOHNSON , CAROL D . JORDAH L , PETER R • •

KITTI LSBY , JAMES L . • KITTILS B Y , LIV ANNE ( BOVENG ) • MC LAUGHL IN , TOM L . • MC LAUGHL I N , RHODA L . ( BLOOMQU I S T ) M I TCHELL , JOHN N . MORKEN , DONALD ( P A RKE R )

( LARSON ) ( EMERSON ) ( JOHNSON )

JENS MART I N

BA YNE , MARY ANN ( LOVTANG ) • BERG , MAR'i'A E . ( H AUG E ) BERNTSEN , ROONEY A • • C AM P BELL , GLENN A . ( K RUEGER ) C ARLSON , PAUL E. • CHRISTI ANSEN . ESTA M . • COOLEY , JOHN M . DAHL , DA V I C P . DAUGS , DARYL D . • DEMPSEY , HOWARD F . DONAHE , JEROME F . • ELLINGSON , RICHARD '

ANDERSON JR . , SE'I'H ELI ( COO K ) BABCO C K , RA YMOND M . • BERG , RONALD S . BERNTSEN , CAROLEE A . ( CH I NDGREN ) BURKE , MILDRED M . C AMPBELL , A L I C E J . ( J ESSEN ) CARLSO N , MARY LOU ( ENGEN ) • CHRIST I A N , DAVID O . ( GREGERSEN )

AMY , BRUCE M . ANDERSON , JOHN S . AUST , ROBERT H .

R.

Gifts $8,321.00 Donors 42 Percent of Class Contributing 15%

$11,659.59 Gifts 47 Donors Percent of Class 20% Contributing

ROGER

ANDERSO N ,

1958

BOLLAND , MARVIN O . C A PELLI , G . JAMES ' HRI ST I AN , RUTH A . 'ORNEL L , DONALD A . • FORNES S , NORMAN O . GELD A KER , CHARLES T . G I LMER , THOMAS A • • GLASER , �iARGARET ANN HALL , DONALD R .

Gifts $6,755.00 Donors 47 Percen t of Class Contributing 20%

TOB I A SO N , FRED L . ( PUOT I N EN ) TURCOTT , DANA B . ( BLOUN'l' ) • W A KE , DAVID B . ( H ENDRIC KS )

B A YNE , GERALD C • • BENSON R . GERALD ( BAKKE ) A BERENT�ON , J AMES N . BERNTSEN , DAVID L . ( C HINDGREN )

1960

NELSON , DENNY B • • OLSEN , CLINTENA D . OLSON , BARBARA LEE

( WELLS ) • ( I S AACSON )

OLSON , JERRY BR Y A N OLSON , TUlOTHY L . • OSTERLOH , J A N I C E I . SCHEELE , GERALD A • • SEITZ , N A C Y A . ( THOMPSON ) T AYLOR , SYLV I A L. ( B IERMAN ) TEMAN SON , A . ARDELLE ( DUNGAN ) 'l'ERR Y , GLADYS MAY ( H OHN ) TURCOTT , GORDON L • • UNMACHT . SHARON E . ( T HORVILSON ) V A N BEE K , M . JA�U;;S * VAUGHA N , O ENYSS E . ( ROOKER ) WEBNOFS KY , MARC I A A . ( C L I N E ) WESTBERG , JUDY A . ( N EVE L ) • WHITE , LO I S L . ( ANDERSON W ITMER , C . DANI EL •

1961 Gifts $7,866.25 Donors 59 Percent of Class Contributing 18% B I L L I NG S , JUD ITH ANN ( S ANNERUD ) BLUHM , DAVID M . BOO R , SYLVI A ( L A GLAND ) • BRACHER . EDWIN


34

BROOKS , ALAN D . • BROOKS , HENRIETTA M . ( STOLTE ) C A M PBELL , MARGERY K . ( K RUEGER ) • . C APELL I , CARLENE ( C HRISTEN SEN ) • C HRISTENSEN , RUSS J . C OLTOM , RONALD ( BRANDT ) • C OLTOM , BARBARA A . ( BRANDT ) • DAHL , NORMAN O • • DAUGS , GWENDOL Y N M . ( C YDRUS ) • DETTMA N N , DARRYL D . DON AHE , SHARON L . ( J U L I A N ) • EDLUND , JOHN A . • ERI C K S EN , KENNETH J . EVANSON , LINDA ( S OMMERS ) • FATL AND , DENN IS GALBRA ITH , ELLEN K. ( K EEFE ) GALLI E , P . RAYMOND GETTEL , SHIRLEY J . ( A LLEN ) • GILMER , LINDA J • • HILDEBRAN D , LOREN HILL , WAYNE L . ( BODMER ) ISRAELSON , ANNA E . IVERSON , MARSHA L . ( J ENSEN ) • JANGARD , MELVIN H . JOHNSON , JAMES E . • JOHNSO N , JANE A . ( BREVIK ) • JOHNSON , LARS E . • JOHNSON , JUDITH ( BECHTEL ) • JORDAHL , KAREN C . ( S HANER ) • KORSMO , MARIE A . • LAMKA , DARL I N E M . LENNON , JOHN W . ( FUNKHOUSER ) LERC H , RONALD E . • LON E Y , JOHN P . MEYER , MARIANNE E . ( POTTER ) • MOORE , MARILYN A . MUELLER , RUSSELL H . ( S ALEN ) MURDOC K , CA RLEEN M . ( SORENSEN ) NELSON , JUDITH M . ( Z I E S KE ) • NORDBERG , RODNEY L . OLSON , KENNETH V • • OLSO N , LORELIE ( I HLENFELDT ) • ORNE , LOYD W • • PERLETH , BLA YNE D . PETERSON , D I A N E M . ( ERIC KSON ) REE P , ROGER F . R I TTER , GERALD L . • RITTE R , MAUREEN J . ( MC ALLISTE R ) • SEARC Y JR . , CARL M . ( C ARLSON ) S PARKS , JAMES O . STORDAHL LOWELL S • STORDAHL ; BYRDE E . ( E C KREM ) • TOMBERG , ROBERT • VAN BEE K , CHARMAIN L. ( J ONDALL ) • W ITMER , BETTY J . ( P ATTERSON ) • •

1962 $3,566.25 Gifts 41 Donors Percent of Class 11% Contributing ABELS EN , KAREN P . ANDER SON , ARTHUR D . ANDERSO N , ARLENE M . ( C ARTMELL ) • B A KER , JOANNE ( PETERSON ) BAUGHM AN , MYRA BERNTS EN , JO ANN M . ( S TORAAS L I ) •

BROOKS , EL A I N E ( BENSO N ) • C ARSKADDEN , RALPH R . C ONSEA R , ANITA C . ( BERNTSEN ) • DAHL , PATR I C I A ( MULLEN ) • DIETSC H , EARL R . ( JOHNSON ) DILLINGHAM , LLO YD A . ELIASON , LEO E . • ERLANDER , DAN IEL GEMBUS , MARY E . ( ERKKILA ) GOEBEL , KAREN L . HAGEVI K , SANDRA T . ( T YNES ) HANSON , JOHN S . • HARM I C , EDWARD R . HOVEY , RONALD E . INMAN , JOYCE M . ( THORMOD ) JACOBS ON , ORVILLE A . • JACOBSON , KATHRYN E . ( BELG UM ) • KNUTZEN , DEN N I S V . LEMAY JR . , H . EUGENE ' LERCH , JUDY E . ( R ASMUSSEN ) • MALMIN , OLAF G . MATT H I A S , D I X I E LEE ( L I KKEL ) • ORNE , CONSTANCE M . ( W ILLHITE ) • PETERS ON , GAIL M . ( L EON ARD ) • POULSEN , LARRY C . • POULS EN , DEE A . ( A RKO ) • RAISLER , KAREN ANN ( HEGST AD ) R I I S , AUDREY E . ( EGGE ) • RUUD , KENNETH • SAUNDERS , KATHERINE A . ( S TEARN S ) SCHEELE , MARJEAN G . ( LAWHEAD ) • SCHM IDT , D EN N I S L . SOLSRU D , ARDATH K . ( S HEGGEBY ) THOMPSON , NEIL R . W I LPON E , CHERYL L .

1963 $12,413.28 Gifts 53 Donors Percent of Class 14% Contributing AROL A , GEORGE T • • BARBO , LINDA S . ( KNUTZEN ) B ILLINGS , PAULA ( HEYER ) • BOOMER , RONALD J . • C HRISTOPHERS ON , W . E • • COO K , EUGENE R • • COREY , ROBERT E . ( E VANS ) DOELLE , LINDA G . ( H OOD ) DUNN JR . , KAREN E . ( FEDT ) ELLIS , ROBERT S . EVANSON , GERALD ' FATLAND , RICHARD FLATNES S , PAUL LEE GERDES , PATTY ANN ( H AGERMAN ) GIBBS , LAVONNE C . ( ERDAHL ) GRONBERG , KARL A . E . HAGER , CONNYE L . ( I DSTROM ) HALVO R , PAUL N . • HANSON , THELMA J . ( REEVE ) • HELLA ND , LORRINE V . HEMM I NG , MATT C . HEYER , W . RONALD ' HULT , PHILIP W . • JENKI NSON , JANVR IN O . KENNEDY , KARLEEN K . ( I S A ACSON ) KLEIN , JOAN N F. B . ( B JO R K )

KOLL , WILLIAM M • • KOLL , GLORIA ( RE I NERTSON ) • KVINSL AND , JON H . ( RABE ) LARSON , HOWARD N . ( TH I EL ) LEE , RUBY DANFORD ( DANFORD ) LEWIS , WILLIAM R . ( E ASTVOLD ) LINDBLOM , LEFTY LUNDSTROM , MARY AN NE MOSHER , DONNA P . ( BAERG ) NIEM I , CHARLES OLSEN , J AMES B . OVERLA N D , MERLYN K • • OVERLA ND , JOAN B . ( M A I ER ) • PETERSON , WILLIS ' PO PPE N , SANDY S . ( MARTIN ) • PROBSTF IELD , JEFFRE Y • RONN ING , NELIUS N . ROW E , ARI J A V . ( K A LN I N S ) SCHUTZ , NANC Y A . ( K ROGEL ) SHERBURN E , MARGARET L . ( H OLL I S ) STEVE S , VIRG I N I A R . ( S ODERM AN ) STEWART , JOHN R . ( C HREY ) TOMBERG , HELEN ( MA U SETH ) • ULLELA ND , CHRISTY N . VIGELAND JR . , GEORGE ( KORSMO ) WOLDSETH , MARGARET ( S AGEN ) I WOOD , THOMAS H . ( C ARLI SLE )

1964 Gifts $4,895.00 Donors 37 Percent of Class Contributing 11% BEARD , GEORGE N . ( A N t E R ) B I LLINGS , MITCHELL J , • BRANNFORS , JOHN EDWARD C ARLS ON , SHEILA K . ( J ENSEN ) C ARLSON , MARK T . • C A RMICHAEL , ROBERT A . C HA PMAN JR . , BILL K . CHRISTOPHERSON , SONJA A . ( P ETER S O N ) CORNEHL , CAROL ANN ( MENKE ) • EDLUND , V I R G I N I A A . ( C RA R Y ) • EDMONDS , KEN N ET H J • EDMONDS , BARBARA K . ( E RIC KSON ) • FOLLETT , MARK S . ( H ARRIS ) FREDR I C KSON , MARVIN D • • FREDR I C KSON , CAROLE J . ( H AALAND ) • HEGSTA D , PAUL M . HEYER , MIRIAM H . ( MUEDE K I NG ) • HOWARD , DEN N I S D . • HUSTED , ROBERT N . HYDEN. , JUDITH A . ( SWENSON ) • IS ENSE E , DONALD A • • LARS ON , GERALD L • • LARS ON , MARILYN K . ( R UDEN I C K ) • LEMAY JR . , CARLA A . ( H ANSEN ) • LOGAN , LAVON R . M C NEELY , CYRUS M . NORTHRO P , MARION H . ( N OFFSINGER ) POPPEN , JERRY D . • REIL , LOEDA T . ( MEYER ) RIEKE , JOHN M . ( K ERR ) SEAVY , MARY LYNN ( E KSTRA N D ) • SELMAN N , DAN J • • SELMANN , JUDITH L . ( P EDERS ON ) • SONTA G , ALEXIA ( HENDERS O N ) •


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ALBRECHT . D A V I D A . • ALBRECHT , JAN E . ( AA LBUE ) • APPEL , L . MI CHAEL BATES JR . , C LARI C E E. ( RE I N ERTSON ) BAUER , GILDA S . ( SM ITH ) B I S P I NG . RUSSELL L . C ARLSON . LARRY A . • C ARLSON . C ARLSON . C ARREL L ,

KAREN M . ( MANSEN ) THOMAS O . MAY M .

HABEDANK , HABEDA NK . HAGEDORN ,

JOHNSON , FRANKLIN G . • KEES , CAROLYN R . ( MALDE ) KVINSLAND . JUD ITH L. • LER CH . GARY E LLEWELLYN , MARY ALICE LOREN Z , JA NET M. •

( FERR I )

GLEASON , H I LDUR ( OYEN ) G RO S S , NANC Y D . ( HULL ) HAGEN , GARY A . HALVOR , M A R I L Y N ANN ( R ASMUSSEN ) • HARTVIGSON J R , KENNETH B • HARTVIGSON JR . , J O Y C E L . ( HA A V I K ) HOWAR D , LINDA D . ( S TOLEE ) • ISENSEE , MARY JANE • ACOBSO N , KAREN S . ( L U N D ) •

MANSFIELD , ARLETTA J . ( ESTEN SON ) MAR KEN , R . DAN • M A R KE N , CHRI ST I N E R . ( ANDERSON ) • M I LLER . RONALD A . • M I LLER , J E A N I . ( ANDREW S ) • MUEDEKI NG , GEORGE D . NESTI N G , NORMAN W . • OPATZ , MARI LY N K . ( E DWARDS ) PERRY , ALBERT W . ( G EER ) PROBSTFIELD , MARGARET H . R EPP , RODNEY R I D DLE , ALLAN L .

( BELGUM )

RUNN I NG , R I CHARD . RUNN I NG , ROBERT • RUUD , BARBARA A . ( SCHM I D ) • · s P o, A ·. EAVY , DONALD K . • SEVERTSEN , JEAN A . ( GOODNOUGH ) STEIN , D A V I D G . TWEED , KAREN L . ( S TAMPER ) WYTKO , D A V I D R .

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$3,401.25 Gifts 36 Donors Percent of Class 10% Contributing •

ADAMS , ELLEN ( J OHNSON ) • B A KER , CONN I E E . ( G RUYS ) B IERWAGEN , G ARY E .

BO YD , BARBARA ( ANDERSO N ) C H R I S T I ANSON . VERNITA L . ( BLIESNER ) C LAR K , CATH I E M . ( STRONG ) DOUGLAS , MICHAEL D . • ENGER , ELO I S E M . ( O RMBREK ) • HALVORSON , MAR I A N A . HAMMERQU IST . STEVEN HAUG . WAYNE 1 . JOHNSON , SUSAN I . ( R ICHARDS ) • KRIEGE R , WILLI AM C . • LOTH . PATR I C IA E . ( L ANGSTON ) MATTH I A S , PAUL F . • NYBRO , DALE C . OA KLEY . J O H N C . • OZMUN , LEONARD J . • PEDERSON , JOHN N • • RASMUSSEN , FRANCES L . R I C E , DAVID G .

CARLSO N , ARNOLD MARK ( K AREN ) C HR I STENSEN , CAROLYN J . ( H EDGES ) ELL I S , D I A N N E K . ( BRUNSVOLD ) ERIC KSEN , ROBERT P . • F I SHE R , SCOTT F • • GALLAWA Y , JAMES W . GARRETT , STEVEN J . GERKEN , KAREN u . ( U RSTAD ) • HANSON , GILBERT F . HARTMAN , PAUL E • • HARTMAN . L INDA LOU ( L IKKEL ) HOLUM . EVERETT A . ( G A I N ER ) HORNGREN , EARL W . HULT , MARY ANN ( MANDT ) • JENN I NG S . JUDY A .

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1968

ADAMS J . DAN IEL . ANDER EN , MARK E • • ANDERS O N , DAVID L . B AUER I I I , SANDRA ( KJERSTAD ) BENSON . PAUL F . B J O R KLU N D , CRAIG R .

$5,777.50 Gifts 46 Donors Percent of Class 15% Contributin g

KEES , W I L L I AM H • • KRAVAS , KONSTANTINOS J • KVINSLAND , STEPHEN P . • LANG . HOWARD J . LERAAS , JUDITH LORENZ , GERALD R.

PETERSO N . LARRY A. ( W ALLS ) RASMUSS E N , L . FRASER • RETTKO W S K I , CRAIG E . ROESC H , N AN C Y C . ( KV I N SLAN D ) SANDENO , JEANNE C . ( R OSEN BLADT ) S W ENSON , C ARL E .

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STA U B , DAVID W . • STAU B , LINDY L. ( HOVDE ) TRANU M . GUNAR D . W A GGONER , DAVID S . WALTERS . CLARENCE P . • W A LTERS , J A NE'l' E • • WENSKE , REBECCA

GARY L . • KATHR Y N A . ( C Z YHOLD ) GERALD I N E B .

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LORENTZSEN MD . THOMAS N . ( L ORENTZSEN ) M I N ET'l' I . G A R Y L . �lOODY , JOHN H . • NELSO N , ROGER W . PEARSON , DAVID L . PONTO N , ELAINE F . ( SHUSTA ) RUN N I NG , J O Y C E A . ( CO N I N E ) • RUNN I N G . SUE ( G UST ) • SHER I D A N , CAROL B . SHERR Y . T I M W . • SHERRY , MARCIA L . SPERA . FRAN C I S G .

HARDTKE , DEN N I S R . HELSETH , BETTY J . ( J O H N S O N ) HESTER , SARAH J .

C ARVEY . D A V I S W . • CLIFTO N , FRANC E S M . C ORNEHL . RONALD W . � DEC KERT , CLARA M . DIRLA M , JOHN P • • EHL I NGER . RICHARD A . ENGE R , RONALD P . • ESCHE . JUNE M . FERRI J R • • JOHN B . F I N CH . RICHARD D . FLEMING . LARRY L . GILBERTSO N . J A N C .

EKBERG , D A V I D J . • EKBERG , MARY ANN • E L L I C KSON , JOHN O . FE E K , J AMES R . ( P AGE ) GRAHAM , GLEN O . • GRAHAM , CHR I ST I E ( S NYDER )

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KRIEGER . ROBER'l' I . LARSON , MARGIT P . L I N D BERG , SUSAN LEE

ANDERSEN . BONN I E L . ( MAC MASTER ) ARCHER , MAX K. • AROLA . KAREN L ( M ITTEN ) • COWAN . M I R I AM L . DIRLAM , N A N C Y L . ( H AHN ) • DOUGLA S , JANET M . ( E STES )

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1966

$7,996.50 Gifts 59 Donors Percent of Class 21% Contributing

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SUNDB Y , GERALD D . W A GNER J R . , LOU I S C . ( WAGNER ) W I LTSE . MARY G . ( GR IFFITHS )

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( B URCHFIEL D )

R I C KETTS , L I N D A M . ( P ARKER ) S ALLEE , VERNA K . ( BEVAN ) • SAMMON S . KENNETH D . ( HO Y T ) S AMUELSON , MARSHA D . ( WATTO N ) SH IELDS , FRANCES M . ( DRONEN ) • SKOE , L I N D A G . STEVELY . MARGARET ANN ( CHRISTOPHERSO N ) SWANSON . ISOBEL ( CO N W A Y ) SWANS ON , MARK A . • TERADA , JAMES H . UFER , STEVEN K . • W I SE , LYDIA YOST , ROBERT A . • YOST , ANN P . • Z I EBEC K , GERALD R .


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1969 $8,695.18 Gifts 69 Donors Percent of Class 15% Contributing ANDERSO N , J . DOUGLAS . ANDERSON , JULIE ANN ( S VENDSEN ) • ARCHER , ISABELLE A . ( HOFF ) • A YRES JR . , ROBERT R . • BEAM , DAVID M • • BEIGHL EY , NORMAN R . BENSON , MICHAEL L . • BROW N , MARY LOU ( J OHNSON ) BURTON , MICHAEL W . BUSTAD JR . , JOHN R . • BUSTAD JR . , JANET K . ( S IBLER UD ) • CRESS , LAWREN C E D . DENN I S , KATHER INE ( L OEN ) DILLINGE R , SHARON M . ( W ILLMS ) EICHHOLTZ , ANG I E G . ( H OLM ) EKLUN D , BRUCE G . • EKLUN D , BARBARA J . ( MA I ER ) • EM ILSON , JOYCE M . E R I C KSEN , MEL I S S A M . ( DAHL ) • F I SHER , FARAH LEE ( PETERS ) • FLATN ES S , J A MES A • • G I BSON , CYNTH I A L . ( T ESTERM AN ) G I LBERTSO N , GERALD A . ( L EMMON ) GORDO N , MICHAEL C . GREWENOW , RONALD D . HALVERSON , KENNETH D . HAMMARGREN , DONNA C . HANSON , DAVID G . HERMA N , MILTON P . ( MONTGOMERY ) HILGERS , CHRISTY A . ( STEVENS ) HOLMES , RICHARD N . HUHTA , ELLEN KAYE ( S CHN A I BLE ) ISENSEE , P H I L I P H . JENN I NG S , JEANI C . ( TOMMERVI K ) JOHNSO N , DAVID B . • JOHNSON , PATSY E . ( DAVIES • JOHNSO N , JOANNE L. ( HAGEN ) • JOHNS ON , RONALD C . • KIESOW , STEPHEN J . KINGSTON , NANCY M . ( G A STON ) KRAUS E , ROBERT A . • KRIEGER , PATRI C I A K . ( C ALLOW ) • LA UER , ANTHONY J . LEON A R D , W I L L I AM B . ( U PTON ) LINDEMAN , WILLIAM W . • LINDEMAN , SUSAN J . ( MIC KELSEN ) • LIVINGSTON , MONTEL R . ( W AGNER ) LUMSDEN , TERRY E . ( S P ARLING ) MOODY , MELODY ( H EN R I K SEN ) • MOORE , BARBARA JEAN ( C ALHOUN ) M U I R , MARIE L. ( ORR ) NEGST A D ; PAUL • NEGSTAD , DOREEN ( D AVI S ) • NESSE , RONALD J . • O A KLEY , SHIRLEY ANN ( CRAFT ) • OSTREM JR . , ROBERT S . ( O STREM ) PEDERSON , CATHY L . ( S EVERSON ) • RASMUSSEN , THOMAS M . R I NTA , MARC I A L . ( WELC H ) ROBINSON , J A Y G . S KO G , JAMES H . STEWART , WILLIE C . STURDIVANT , LOIS A . TOMPKI N S , JEFFREY W . •

WEAVE R , WELLS , W I C KS , W I C KS , YOUNG ,

DAVID B . ANN-MARIE HARRY L . • MILDRED E . ( PLUMB ) • GEORG I A N N C . ( K ULLBERG )

1970 Gifts $10,116.24 Donors 47 Percent of Class Contributing 9% BANGSUND , LYNNE I . ( MOODY ) • BAUMGARTN ER , HELEN K. ( H ALWAS ) B E C KM A N , JOHN M . ( BERNHOFT ) BENDIC KSON , JAMES O . • BOEHL KE , RICHARD W . BORK , DAVID B . • BRODN I A K , KATHY A . ( MC COSH ) BRYANT , NEIL R • • BRYANT , MARY ALICE ( ARNESON ) • CARR , JUDITH I . ( W I LL I S ) CLAUSON , JOHN N . ( GUSTAVSON ) COLLINS , CATHERINE ANN DYKSTR A , JOHN T . EMERSO N , KATHLEEN R . ( O TTEN ) E R I C KSEN , JOHN M . ( HERIVEL ) FLATNES S , G A IL E . ( ANDERSON ) • FUNK JR . , CLARENCE G . GARVER , MICHAEL R . • GERKEN , NORMAN P . • GINTZ , RONALD L . • GINTZ , ING R I D M . ( KNUTZEN ) • HANS E N , ROGER K . HARN E , TERRY A N N ( N ETTN I N ) HART , KAREN E . HELSETH , DEN N I S L . • HURLBUT , JA NET L . ( R UUD ) HUSHAGEN , JAMES M . • HYDEN ROBERT A . • JELLE � , CYNTH I A L . ( L YSTER ) KRAUS E , LINDA S . ( S HERROW ) • LAMBR ECHT , J . DOUG ( J A RUCKIS ) LARSON , DAVE S . LARSO N , CHRISTINE A . LARSON , ROBERTA J . ( A LLEN ) MALMIN , JUDITH K . ( ANTONSEN ) • M I LLER , JON R . • MILLER , SOLVEIG L . ( P AULSON ) • NAGEL , PAMELA J . ( B RUEC KNER ) NELSON , DARLENE K . ( OLSON ) • NESSE , LYNN • SHIELDS , JOE D • • SLOANE I I I , DONNA JOYCE ( P ETAJA ) S M ITH , DEN N I S G . • STUEN , MARK A . ( C OLLI N S ) THOM PSON , M I KKEL C . W I KLUND , DAN A . WILC O X , MARY E . ( BREWSTER )

1971 $7,491.34 Gifts 76 Donors Percent of Class 14% Contributing AA KRE , JOHN D . ADOLF , ARLIS M . A I KI N , SHIRLEY E . ( COLEM A N ) A NDERSON , N A NCY A . ( WALLA C E ) ANDERSO N , NAOMI J . ( S ARVER ) B A KER , ROBERT G • • BANGSU N D , DAVID R . • BARTHEL , KURT R . BENSON , MARY L . • BENTT I , EVELYN N . ( TISDEL ) BERG , PAUL K. ( ABALAH I N ) BERRY , MARY ANN ( KE Y ) BJERKE , J ILL C . ( FARVER ) • BOERGE R , WILLIAM C . • BOLEY N , EMILY H . ( REITZ ) B O R K , J E N N IFER ANN ( ROGERS ) • BOYLE , MILDRED A . BUSER , KATHY M . ( FYNBOE ) • CHINN , MELV I N CHRISTI A N , RHODA G . C LUTTE R , LEANNA MAE COATES , WARREN E . DAHL , PETER M . DOGGETT , KENNETH A . • DOGGETT , BARBARA L . ( KOHL ) • EBY , M I C HAEL R . F I SHBEC K , PENNY L . FITCH , EDNA F . GARVER , KATHRYN ( H ERUM) • GRADE R , L I N D S A Y E . GUMPRECHT; THOMAS F . GUTZ LER , DAVID E . • GUTZ LER , BARBAR� M . ( F I N N E Y ) • HALSTE A D , DAVID S . • HALSTE A D , LINDA L . ( BARKER ) • HANSON , LARRY L . • HEMMEN , THERESA E . ( Y UTRZENKA ) HESTER , JAMES M . HORPEDAHL , GARY B . JAC KSON , RICHARD A . • JAC KSON , LUCINDA ( J OHNSTON ) • J ANKE , CON N I E S . ( STON A C K ) KLA VA NO , RUTH C . KN A P P , DOUGLA S S . KOEHN K E , N ANC YLEE LARSON , CARL S . LARSO N , STEPHEN M . • LINDSTROM , HANS G . • LIN DSTROM , ANN K. ( W I DSTEEN ) • LORENZ JR . , JAMES E . LYC KSELL , ROBERT L . M ANGELSEN , STEPHEN H . MEYER , DAVID E . • MORIGUCHI , LARAINE N . ( I NAG A K I ) NELSEN , GREGORY H . • NELSON , PAUL H. • NUGENT , DEN N I S L . • NUGENT , MARGARET ( ESPESETH ) • OLSTEA D , HALVAR E . • OMDA L , ROBERT W . • PENT I K I S , ANTHONY PETERSEN , DONALD G . RACHER , DOROTHY M . ROA , LINDA L . ( D OLPH ) •


Doug Herl a nd '73 won an Olympic bronze med a l as coxswain of the U . 5 . pairs�wi t h -cox shell which fin­ ished t h i rd d u r i n g the 1 98 4 Olympic Games i n Los Angeles.

RUE , JA�IES WALDO S MITH , SHARON M .

( RO DK E Y )

SANDBURG ; J A N E T E . ( S NYDER ) SCHAA P , TERRY A . ( BEAN )

1974

SOWDER , PATR I C I A A . ( S ANDAH L ) SWANSON , WENDY O . ( L IDER.l • TCHOBANOFF , DANIEL K . •

S CHM ND II , C A S PER J . S I LF LO W , CAROLYN D . SPERE , JEFFREY R .

TCHOBANO F F , DORI S A . ( FREESE ) • TOMPKIN S , LYNETTE A . ( L ARSEN ) • TOWNSEND , PAMELA L . ( P ETERSON )

SPITZ E R , LAUREL N . ( MO S I ER ) • S PURRE L L , ARTHUR L . • STUN KARD , SUSAN E . ( BATT A L I O N )

VINGERUD , JON A . W ESTB Y , KATHRYN A . W I LSON . M A R C I A K . ( T A Y LOR ) Z ELLER ; JAMES L . ( EGGERT )

SWANSON , DONALD B . SWORT Z , PAUL A . VAN HOUTEN , JUDITH

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WI LSON , FR ANKLIN A . • W ITTEKI ND , WARREN D . YOUNG Q U I S T , CHRISTINE M .

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1973

58

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A LW ORTH I I I , MARSHALL H . ( G ULL I X S ON ) ALZ NER , CATHLEEN JO ( CROG HAN ) AN DERSO N , BRIAN W . • AN DERS O N , KRISTY L . ( JOHNSON ) • ANDERSO N , LINDA M . ( C LEMENT) BEAM , C YNTHIA A . ( H ILDAH L ) • BENDIC KSON , C I ND Y C . ( J OHNSO N ) BJERKE , BRUCE T . • BLAIR , GEORGE D . C ARLSON , DAVID Q . • C ARLSON , FLAVIA V. ( F LAHERTY ) OHEN TOW , LAURAL M. ( C LARK ) DAW SON , LELAND B . DIERKER , REBECCA E . DURI S , KRI STI L . ( H ARSTA D ) EBERT , ANN K . ( C A RRUTHE R S ) ELHARD , ROBERT B . F IN S ETH , TERRY A . • F INS ETH , MICHELE R .

( REED )

HAN SO N , LYNDA D. • ARRI , JAMES E . • ARTL , ROBERT M . HASSELBLA D , ROBERT A . HENTO N , MI CHAEL C . ( P OST ) HITC H C O C K , B ON N I E M . HOWELL , JULIE ANNA ( H U SB Y ) HUSHA GEN , DEBBIE LYNN • KOONSMA N , CHERYL L . ( BERGEN ) KULUNGOWS K I , SARAH L . ( W ARD ) LANSI NG , STEVEN H . ( V AL ITON ) S . ( W EE K S ) LEE , PANEL LEICHTM A N , K A LMAN A . MARQUARDT , JOHANNA T . ( S CH W I C H ) MC DOUG A LL , GERD-INGER ( G REGERSEN ) ' ( MURR A Y )

Me K I N N E Y , LYNN R. MEES , CHARLES M . MUN CASTER , REBEKAH

L.

( T OLST A D )

H Y K LEBUST , NAN C Y NELSEN , MARI E ANNE ( J OHNSON ) • OBERHOLTZ E R , ELLEN C ( O STERN ) PUT�LER , PUTTLER , AMUELS , A NDB URG

JAMES D . LINDA M . JACK B . . KIRK A .

( GR A Y ) •

$4,742.50 Gifts Donors 41 Percent of Class 8% Contributing ANDERSO N , DAVID W . ARNHOL D , ARTHUR R .

AYRES , C A R O L A . ( MATHEW S ) • BENNETT , DAVID B . • BERG , HELGE RICHARD BOURC IER , GEORGE W . BOWEN , EVELYN P . ( P EERS ) BUR K , ROBERT J . C AMPBELL , PATRI C K W . CARLSON , A L I X D . DEES , V I R G I N I A ( P EASE ) DONATELLO , GEORGE C . • DUFF Y , CRAIG S . • FORTIER , E . MARIE HARRI , MARY LOU ( ESL I C K ) • HERLAND , DOUGLAS J . HUSHAGEN , JOHN D . • JOHNSON , DENNIS M . JOHNSON , SUE E . KING , VALDA K . LANNING LARSO N , LARSO N ,

SR , KATHRYN A . PAUL M . • LINDA LEE ( W EGMEYER )

B.

L I ND A

ANN

CARLSON , PAUL B . • CARLSON , KELLY LEE ( W ILSON ) • C ARLSON JR . , THEODORE H . ( CARLS ON ) C HRISTENSEN , SANDY ( L IKKEL ) DETERMA N , M I C HAEL J . , DONATELLO , MARY J . ' F EN S KE , F A Y E . ( B URNETT ) • F ITZ GERALD , JOANNE K. ( STUELAND ) FROST , DAVID T • • FROST , LORE T . ( R AT C L I FF ) • GORRELL , JOANN GREEN -R IDE R , KIMBERLY D . ( GREEN ) GREEN W O O D , DAVID L . • GREENWOOD , MARGARET E . • HAZEN I l l , LOGAN R . • ( HEAVE Y )

LONG , JAMES P . MALMIN , KENNETH N • • MARTI N , RHONDA C . M C LAUGHLIN JR . , J A MES J MENZEL , CLARE

( BARNES )

PRI VETT , SANDRA J . ( D IMLER ) R O A , DAREL A. . • SANDVIG , PETER SODEN ; DALE E. • SODEN , MARGARET K. ( KRINGEN ) • S PURRELL , LAURA G . ( GUSTA V ) • VANDER POOL , JAMES W . W I LL I S , MIKE S . ( G A I N ES ) Z URFLUH ,

KLETT , J O E L G . KNOBELA U C H , KENT • KNOBELAU C H , PHYLLIS A . ( Z IMMERMAN ) KRI P P AEHNE , MICHELLE J. ( K�OPH ) KRUMW IEDE , JEROME D . ( SCHOTT ) LILLE Y , VIRGIL E .

OLSTE A D , ALVINA M . ( HA U F ) • OMDA L , ELAINE R . ( G REENU P ) • O W EN S , GLADYS G . CLAUDIA

( FI N L A Y S ON )

HEAVEY S R . , THOMAS R . JOHNSON , DOUGLAS E . JOHNSON , DAVID E . •

MC DONALD , JENNIFER A . Me FADDEN , G U Y ALAN M C INTOSH , LYLE LEO MEYER , MARK F. • MEYER , C O N N I E E . • OLSEN , STANLEY G .

PIERSON ,

B A KER , THOMAS F . BANKS , BARBARA ( S CHNEIDER ) • BENNETT , SHEIL A ANN ( MARSDEN ) BENNIGHOF , SCOTT N . • BERG , B R I A N A . BOERGE R , ANITA M . BUSER , L . S C OTT •

1972 $5,795.00

$6,073.33 Gifts 65 Donors Percent of Class 10% Contributing

M O U LT I N E , KRISTIN L. ( G ULSRUD ) NOHAVEC K , CAROL ANN ( W ALKER ) NORDI N , DEN N I S L . O ' C ONNEL L , KEVIN W . OLSON , ARDEN J . • O Z MU N , ANNE ( P A R KHURST ) • PALOMB I , BARBARA J . PEC K , SUSAN J . ( S CH WAR Z ) RUDIS I LL , ROBERT L . ( B O Y K I NS ) RUEC KER , DOUGL A S B . • RUEC KER , L I SA C . ( H E INS ) • SAC KM A N JR . , ELMER G . S ATRUM , RANDY S . • I AVLO ) • ( R lN D SCHM IDT , DAVID F . SCHRADER , CHRISTINE L . ( HU SB Y ) SCHULTZ , CAROL Y N W . ( W IL S O N ) S H I P LE Y , RANDAL L . SKUBINNA , TAMELYN K . SPITZ ER , RANDAL E . • SWANS ON , WENDY L. ( HENNELL ) •

§����f & � a� � l:

SWANSON-TALT , THOMA S , BRIAN

MARJORIE E . ( SWANSON ) H . ( STRATHY )


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TOE PEL , KATHRYN A . VAN ARSDALL , DOUG A . • WELCHERT , ALICE J . W I LLIAMS , SCOTT C . Z U RFLUH , ARTHUR P . ( ANDERSON )

1975 Gifts $6,185.50 Donors 62 Percent of Class Contributing 10% A N DERSON , GLORIA M . ( ANDERSON ( FR Y » BACON , ALAN R . BAKER , ROBERT J . BANKS , ALLEN • B AUGHMAN , PETER A . BENNIGHOF , DEBRA LYNNE ( R OBERTS ) • BOHANNON , GAIL A . BRA C KMAN JR . , DEBRA R . ( B RAC KMAN ) BROW N , THOMAS G . BYERS , JORENE F . C AM PBELL , GORDON . C ARVEY , LAURA J . ( ELLIOT'!' ) • C L ING , ANN MARIE ( MEHLU M ) C ORNETT , CHARL I E L . DEAN , AARON R . DEG AN , JAMES N . DEY , THOMAS . DEY , DEN I S E E . ( GU S S ) • DUFFY , C ATHARINE A . • EADS C . P . A . , PATTI LEE ( H AW K I N S ) ERICSON , KARIN E . EVJEN , PAULA M . ( PUDW ILL ) FENSKE , D. CRAIG • FLADLA ND , JAMES H . • FLA DL A N D , KATHLEEN T . ( T RONDSEN ) • FORLAW , LORETTA FRYE , MARY L . GOODNOW , ROBERTA . HAGEN , LAURALEE HANSO N , MARLIS M . • HEDSTR OM , BON N I E L . ( B IGOTT ) HOWISON , WILLIAM C . HULSHOUSE , ROBERT D . KAHLE , LYNN R . • KAHLE , DEBRA C . ( E ISERT ) • EC K , HOWARD B . KVAMME , IARVIN J . LA N E , REBECCA J . ( C OLE ) LARS ON , REBECCA S • • LIDER , ERIC L . ( FREEMAN ) MC DOU GALL , MARK A . • MURRA Y , KENNETH P . N YRIENDA , HENRY A . OKSENVAAG , LEIF B . OLSON , KATHRYN M . ( L EHMA N N ) • PALM , JOHN D . • PALM , NANC Y LEE ( BEAM ) • PETERSON , SHARON R . REINER , BARBARA E . ( J UHL ) • REM I C K , E . DEAN R I C E , MALCOLM J . RI CHARDSON , JAMES R . ROWBERG , DONALD L • • ROWLAND , JAMES M . ( THOMPSON ) RUBERG , L I N N E A M . · SMITH , DAVID H . ( N IELSEN )

TOTTEN , TRACY N . • TOTTEN , TERRY J. ( P FE IFER ) • VAN ARSDALL , COLLEEN S . ( W ILLEY ) • VAN HEUVELEN , GARY . VAN HEUVELEN , VICTORIA A . ( L ARSON ) • W I EGAND , BETH M . ( KLAVA N O )

1976 $4,749.86 Gifts Donors 51 Percent of Class 80/0 Contributing ADEL I N E , ROBERT P. • ADEL I N E , JUDY MARI E ( S W ETNAM ) • ANDERSON , DAVID W . BENT ON , MARGARET ( BE C KM A N ) BROWN , STEVEN L . • BRYANT , JEHU C OLLI N S , JOHN M . • CRARY , JAMES A . EDWARDS MD, C Y NTHIA ( W ILSON ) ERCKERT , SARAH ISABELLE EVANS , ALEXANDER R . GERSTMANN , STEPHEN E . GREEN , LAWRE N C E F . • GREEN , KI MBERLEA • HALL , CHARLES F . HANSON , VERNON L . • I A • S E OI M '( , HOFFMAN N , DUANE F . HUSHAGEN , J A N ETTE C . ( SCHURMAN ) ISAACSON , STEPHEN M . • JOHNSON , JEFFREY R . • JOHNSON , PAUL A . JUNG , KAREN S . ( J OHNSO N ) KERR , DAVID E . ( STURGEON ) • KILEN , KAREN S . KOLBE , EUGENE F . KRAUS E , ALAN J . • MC TEE , C I N D Y K . MEIER , PATRIC K E . M I CHEL , D . PATRIC K . M I C HEL , VICKI ( H AGEN ) . • NESTING , AM I E J . ( BOGGS ) • NUPEN , BARRY D • • . NUPEN , JUDITH A . ( R EINH ARDT ) • ODSEN , EL I Z ABETH R . ( KLEIN ) ORT I Z JR . , VINCENT PEL I S , HELEN L . ( FORNEY ) POWELL , GARY D • • POWELL , CATHERI N E ( COKE ) • RONBERG , DEN N I S P . ROWBERG , DEBRA L . ( N ICOL ) • SNYDE R , GARY E . SOREN SEN , BARBARA STUTZMAN , SUSAN A . ( A DAMS ) TUKE , LARRY J . UEUNTEN , PAUL T . UFER , VALERIE B . ( B ALCH ) • VOSS , DEBRA L . ( O FTEBRO ) • WARD , STEVEN C . • W EA VER , WARD C .

H�n�� C :

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1977 $4,412.86 Gifts 44 Donors Percent of Class 8% Contributing A N DERSON , TIM . BEN SON , DAVID L . BINGHAM , JAMES M . • BODE , DEBRA K . ( HORST ) • BRO WN , J I LL A . ( GJ E RTSON ) • CHILCOAT , CAROL O . ( H OLDEN ) COLL I N S , SYLVIA L . ( N EGSTA D ) • CORBETT , JOHN ARTHUR EARLY , CALVI N L . E R I C KSEN , DAVID E . FOLLI NG , KRISTI B . F O X , MI CHAEL GREGERSEN , PAUL A . HERIVEL , DAVID N . • HERMON , MARK H . HILL , J . MC COY HOPK INS , EDWARD J . JOHNSON , J A N I CE E . ( MARSHALL ) • JOHNSON , KATHERINE A . ( LORENTZSEN ) KERR , KATHLEEN M . ( STURGEON ) • KLEI N , MATTHEW D . • KLEI N , SHARLENE B . ( A NDERSO N ) • KR A US E , KATHRYN L . ( BOYSO N ) • LAND AU , EDITH MATTI C H , J O A N M . ( NELSON ) • M I LTON SR , QU I N C Y N . ( M ILTON ) MONSEN , DIANE R . ( SCHMITT ) • PE PP ONES , DA PHNE J . PERRAULT , LEO J . P INE , DEBRA JO ( O ' N E ILL ) POSS , MELA N I E M . PRITCHARD , WILLIAM D . • REINER , TRA C Y • ROBBIN S , SCOTT A . • ROBERTSON , DEBRA L . ( V IR A K ) ROHDE , GARY R . S POHR , KRISTI L . ( S A GVOLD ) SWANSON , RIC HARD V . • TEM PEL , LEE W . TROMBETT A , CYNTH I A ANNE ( K LETTKE ) UPTON , KEVIN L . • VOSS , DAVID A . • WARD , MARTHA C . ( MILLER ) • W EBSTER , BARBARA J . ( R ATC LIFF )

1978 $4,402.66 Gifts 37 Donors Percent of Class 7% Contributing A NDERSON , J ILL L . B A KER , BRANT J . B I LLINGS , DONALD C . • B I NGHAM , LORI N . ( N ICOL ) • BOSCH , PRISC ILLA BRAMSTEDT , K . MARCELLA B URGESS JR . , CHARLES R • •


Dr. Anita Hendrickson '5 7 is i n terna tionally recog n i zed for studies in neuroanatomy a nd development of the nervous system, and i n glaucoma a n d child hood visual d i seases. She i s a professor o f optha mology a t the University of Wa shington.

DAHL ,

DAVID N .

HAMMERL ING , ROY • HANSON , SUSAN ( WE I S ) HIDY , PAUL R . ISAACSON , KRISTINE M . J A C KSON , DENN I S D . LECOQ , PAUL K .

( R INGO )

MATTICH , PETER M . • MC CRACKEN J R , BEN THOMAS MI STEREK , DAVID B • • MONSEN , JEFFREY M . • MORRIS , PETER J . • ORTON , KENNETH L . PERR Y , DALE G . PIE PER , MARY L . PRITC HARD , PATRICE A . ( WEILER ) PROVENCHER , DARELL C . RAUBAC HER , DOUGLAS E . RI PPEY , JEFFREY L .

M I STERE K , MARl K . ( H USETH ) MORRISON , KEN E . ( JOHNSON ) MURPHY , MICHAEL J .

PERKI N S , J . DEL RENE ( DAV I S ) RAUBACHER . J . D I ANE ( MASSEY ) • RUNNING , STEPHANIE R . ( OLSEN ) • S EVERTSON , NANCY A . • SNELL , MARC I A K . ( S AKRISON ) STRA I N , THOMAS F . TUBSTEN , PAMELA R . H I TE , V I C C I D . ILKENSON , THOMAS H .

Gifts $2,114.80 Donors 69 Percent of Class Contributing 10%

ANALCO , CAROL A . ( L ANGSTON ) ANDERSON , L I S A C . • BABCOC K , RUTH A . BALOH , DONNA L . ( ARMSTRONG ) B I B LARZ , DOLORES M .

ALLEN , SUSAN KAY ANDERSON , REBECC A JO ARTHUR , J U L I A M . BEACH , ANN ( HO P K IN S )

HALVERSON , CHRIS E . HANSEN , ROBERT J . HATLEN , MARY M . ( F ISH ) HERDMAN , STEPHEN C . HILLMAN , DANIEL W . • HOLLENSTED RONALD W . HOSETH , JE ANNE E . JOHNSON , J ILL A . •

$1,688.66 Gifts 28 Donors Percent of Class 5% Contributing

HAMMERL ING , MARGARET E. ( E KBER G ) HART JR . , JESSE HUSETH , LORI J . KRAMER , PAUL J . KRATZ KE , ROBERT A . KRONLUND , SCOTT F . LINDBLAD , RANDY E . • LINDBLA D , TARA A . ( OTON I C AR ) • MEADE R , NANC Y C .

Gifts $3, 588.17 . Donors 50 Percent of Class Contributing 8%

( KEMMISH )

RODGERS , ROBERT D . ROWBERG-SCHAEFER , KATHRYN L . ( ROWBERG ) RUNNING , ERIC W . • SCHINDEL E , STEPHEN K . SMITH , DONNA M . ( CROCKETT ) STIGGELBOUT , W I L L I A M A . TADA , JENNIFER R . THIEMAN , ANN R . ( N I ELSEN ) TUOHI NO , KENT C . TURVER , CINDY L . WALKER , ZOYA S . ( SOBOLEV) WOOLCOTT , KENNETH J . Z OR I L , NANCY R . ( ROE ) •

CROSSLER , J ANICE J . CRUME , SUSAN K . ( FOLSOM) C U MMINS , P. SCOTT C URL , JANE L . DAVI S , NANC Y L . ( R I SDAL ) DOUG L A S S , MARK F . FLOYD , LARRY E . GRANLUND , KARL G . • HANE Y , CONNIE L .

LEW I S , GALE WALKER ( W ALKER ) LINDEL , W . MICHAEL LUDLOW , ANNE E . ( ALTIER I ) M ITCHELL , GARY M . OLLIGES , DOUGLAS R . PARKER , JAMES SAMUEL PETERSON , JOEL R . R EE P , KAREN L . ROBB INS , RENEE E . ( HO P P )

CARLSON , MICHAEL A . • CHRISTOFFERSON , GLEN P . • CHRI STOFFERSON , SUSAN K . ( ROREM)

KEMM ISH-TVEIT , JAC KILYN KOESSEL , DALE A . KOSKI , JAMES R .

( B ABINGTON )

BEAN , ERIC J . • B L I SS , KAREN L . CAMPOS , LEEANNE

GOCKE , MICHAEL E . GURA L , JAMES W . HALLE Y , ANNE M .

1979

ANTHONY , WAYNE H . • BONALDI , LORRAINE K. ( LARSEN ) BURGESS JR . , SAUNDRA J . ( DAVI S ) ARRELL , DEBORAH L . ( S AMMON S ) ELLER , JULIE D . FRENC H , CHARLES L . HAGLUN D , CARL

1981

BJORNEB Y , LADD G . BROCKER , LORI LEE CARLSON , NANC Y S . • C OHRS , VERN R . DIC US , LONNIE D . EDMONDS , PETER D . FORSYTH , L I S A A . ( JOHNSON ) FREEMAN , LINDA D . FUNFAR , JAMES A .

( REINKE ) •

ROBERTS , ARTHUR J . SCHAFE R , KEVIN D . SM ITH , JEFFRY H . ( R IEKE) SNYDER , JO ANN S . SUGINO , MICHAEL K . SWANSON , CHRISTINE M . ( J OHNSON ) TRA P P , STEPHAN I E G . TROGDON , PETER W . TVEIT , THOMAS M . • UPTON , J A N I C E M . ( LOEHDEN ) •

1980

HANSON , RICHARD K • • HANSO N , JULIE M . ( WILLSON ) • HATLEN , JOEL S • • HILLMAN , J-EANNE M . ( SCHEIB E ) HOLMBERG , ANITA L . J E L I N E K , KENNETH J . JOHNSON , MARY R . • KLEIN , DA VID M . KOEHLER , THOMAS J . KRULL , LORI L . LASHU A , LASHU A , LAWSON ,

DAVID A . SARAH J . DAVID C .

( FREDER IC KSON ) •

LEEPER , KARIN L . ( L ARSON ) LEHMA N , GREG C . LEHMANN , DEVIN J . MA YERS , DEBORAH L . M INTON , BALDWIN F . MOORE , DEBRA L . ( TR I ) MORRI S , RENE ' M . ( Y OAKUM ) MORRI S , MICHAEL F . NELSON , DREW D . NELSON , G A R Y J • • NIKOLA ISEN , JULIE I . OLI N , ANDERS F . PEARSALL , PEDER SON , PHILL I P S ,

C AROLE L . MARK C • • DEAN E • •

PHILL I P S , SUSAN PINNING , ANN L . P LA KS , ARVED

A . ( LEE ) ( MAYER )

POMMERENKE , KIMBERLY D . RIEKE , STEPHEN • ROBINSON , SHANNON M . RUMSE Y , ANNA M . ( MAHAN ) SCHAEFER , CHARLES G . • SMITH , PAUL MICHAEL S POMER , LAURA B . ( B ARGER ) • S PRUTE , MARGARET L . ( WILLIAMS ) STON E , KELLEY K . ( P AULSON ) SWAN , LAURIE L . TOLLEFSON , DEAN A . W A LLER , KATHLENE S . W I C K , DOUGLAS E . • W I TT , PATR I C I A J .


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WOLD , KAREN J . UNDER , DEN ISE L . ( STUCKE Y ) Z IMMERMANN , DIANE I . ( G AARDER ) Z ORIL , MICHAEL R . •

LEMLEY , DAVID P . ( PROKOPOW I C H ) LESTER , MARK S . • LIDER , KIRK G . ( BOOSE ) LUNDG A ARD , BRYAN MANDT , MARK E . M APLES , JANET MC C ARTY , KELLY C . MC CLUSKEY , BRIAN J . • MC CLUSKEY , MEAGAN ( MC DOUG A LL ) MC CULLOUG H , BRIAN J . M C KAY , SCOTT • MICHAEL , CYNTHIA ANN

1982 Gifts $5,658.61 114 Donors Percent of Class Contributing 15% ASSAM ,

LEES IE

ANNE

PARKERSON , GEORGE W . PEDERSON', ROBIN O . • PLOWS , MIKE M . PONN IKAS , MARILYN PRICE , DEANNA R A Y , CHIDORI S .

B ICKEL , DARRYL BJORHSTA L , CARL BOE.(}ER , LYNNE A . BUBLITZ , DAVID BURICH , SHANNON G . CARLSON , LISA I . ( HENNINGER ) CHANDLER, JEFFREY W . C HESNUTT , MARK S . CLOUS E , DOUGLAS P .

COLLARD , PAUL G . COOPE R , BRUCE E . C ORNELL , CHERI COUCOULES , ROBERT F . D ' V A Z , DOROTHY M . D AHL S TRO M , CANDACE ( ARMSTRONG ) DAVIS , MICHAEL W . DAVIS , MARK . DAVIS , SAMMIE L . ( THOMPSON ) DREWES , TIMOTHY D . ELLISO N , G U Y A . • FLA NIGAN , KAREN A .

HOLSINGER, DOUGLAS B . HUBBARD , LAURIE A . JACOBSON , STEVEN C . J A Y , DEANN E . JOHNSON , DAVID V . • JOHNSON , GREG P . ( LOO P )

KN A F P , WILLIAM D . ( S TAR K ) KONISH I , KRISTINE T . KRAKENBERG , DEBORAH A . KREBS , SANDRA L . KREHBI E L , CHERYL K . ( KREHBIER ) L ANOE , JORIE R . LANIE R , KATHER I N E L . LARSEN , SANDI LARSON , JANA TIM V. KIMBERLY

s.

( R OSS )

R IEKE , EILEEN MARY ( BRANDENBURG ) RINGDAHL , KERST IN E . ROE , KAAREN M . ROSS , JULIE A . ( PERMAN ) • RUDDY , ROCKFORD H . • RUTH , KAREN R . ( SELB Y ) RU�HERFORD , CELIA A . RUTLEDGE , JANET L . SCHROEDER , DANA C . SHULTZ , CHRIS D . • SHULTZ , CINDY A • SIBURG , MARK W . SILFLOW , JOAN T . SMITHSON , P A U L C . S POMER , BARRY K . • STARK , DEANNA L . SWANK , DUANE TRAFF , KEVIN S . VIK , LORI K . VITA L I C H , STEPHEN L . F . VOSS , LISE M . W EINHOLD , J . MATTHEW . WEINHOLD , SUSAN M. ( KRAUSE ) W EST , CYNTHIA L . W ESTERING , SCOTT E . ( KRUTZ ) WH ITMORE , BONNIE R . WH ITTON , DOUGLAS E . WICK, JULIE R . • W ILLOW WENDY B WULF , J ULIA D . ( GLOCKE )

1983

JOHNSON , DIANNE JOHN S ON , JEAN C . KERNER , MELINDA A .

LARSO N , L AWSON ,

M I DDAUGH SR . , JOHN K. ( MIDDAUGH ) MOEN , SANDI L . MOGEN , . RANDALL C . • MOGEN , KAREN B. ( MC KEAN ) • MORR IS , TAMMY ( G ILBERTSON ) MOTTELER , BARBARA J . ( HERZOG ) NELSON , SHERR IE ANNE ( L AHN ) • NEPTU N , KATHLEEN O ' HARA , CONSTANCE M .

AUSENHUS , SCOTT BASSAN I , C ARY BEACH , JOHN H. • B E C K , BARBARA J . BEKEMEI E R , LOIS E . BENNETT , DANIEL S .

P LETCHE R , GWENYTH GARRETT , RONALD M . GRANLUND , RENAE S . ( SC H I F F ) GRA Y , LINDA S . G RI PP IN , LINDA J . ( GRI PPEN ) HAKE , BRIAN W . HALL E , J A Y HAYS , CAROLYN G . HOFFMAN , SUSAN

BEEKSMA , MARK A . B ETTS , CYNTHIA A . BODE , DANIEL W . • BOSCH , KRISTI F . BREWER , MARY M . B RUMMETT , RICHARD L . BURGER , LAURA BUSS , GERALD D . C ARLSON , MICHAEL C . C ARTER , JOAN ( ROSENDAHL ) COEN , KATHLEEN M . COLTO M , DAVID R . CUSIC K, JOHN DAHLSTROM , MARCUS L . • DYER , BECKY LYNNE ( BOWERS ) ELLISON , BRENDA •

$3, 104.50 Gifts Donors 93 Percent of Class Contributing 12% ANDERSON , RONALD B . • ANTHO N Y , SANDRA L . ( SEE ) BEAN , MARIE L . ( HOUGLUM)

• •

ENDERS , JEANNE K. ( J A CKSON ) ENSOR , CHERYL R . FLODI N , MICHAEL S . GATLEY , KAREN M . GIVENS , MICHAEL GOMULKIEW ICZ , ROBERT GRAMBO , TERESA L . GRAVEN , KENDALL E . HAHN , HEIDI T HANSEN , IDELL ( E MER Y ) HEACO C K , DIANE ( B AER ) HENDR I X , PATTI A . ( G INGELL ) HESTER , MARK D . HOFFMEISTER , MARK G . HOGAN , BETTY M . HURD , MICHAEL S . • HURD , CARLENE J . ( LUKIN ) HUSBY , BECKY A . IGELSTROM , MIKAEL W . ISAACS ON , PAUL E . IVERSON , JR . , ROGER L . J A C K , JOSEPH E . JOHNSON , PAUL V . • JOHNSON , KARL B .

JOHNSON , MARK J . KLEI N , JAMES R . KOETJE RANDAL V. KRAIGE� , CYNTHIA E . LERU M , LOIS LESTER , LAURA A . • LUND , SUZANNE Y . LUX , MARK C . M A DDEN , PATRI C K M . MADSEN-PEVER , MARCIA

K.

MANG A N , BRENDAN T . MANNING , LAURA L . M C GUIRE , LYNNE A . MC KA Y , HEIDI • M I LLETT , MICHELLE L . MITCHELL , MICHAEL L . MONSON , ERIC C . MUNSON , LISA G . NADEA U , GENE A . NISHIDA , MARIKO NORL I N , MICHAEL R . OAKLAND , SUSAN K . OLSEN , PAMELA A . ( C ARLS O N ) OLSON , DAVID G . OLSON , BRIAN C . PETERSON , DAVID W . REA , MARLA L . ( P ATCHELL RIO , DEBRA ROS S , KENT A . • ROTHI , PAUL A . RUNNING , RACHEL L . SCHEIBE , JAMES A . SCHIERHOLTZ , JENNY L . SCHNEEBERGER, CHRISTINE

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"PLU has prot'ided lIIe Ihe opporlullily 10 hold leadership p05iliol15.

1 hllt'e devr/oped all increased self [ollfi,leller alld awa rflle55 ill a way Ihal only Ihe PLU elwirOlllllfll 1 [011 /,/ offer. 1 hat'e il/[reased my knowledge ill and oul of Ihe classroom by [omillg ill [011111[/ wilh people from a rouIIII Ihe U'liled Siaies 1111.1 Ihe world. " -

SCHOT , P H I L I P K . • SCHOT , KARLA K . ( HOVLAND ) T EWS , NATALIE A .

KITTILSBY . •

THOMA S , R . DALE THORSO N , C YNTH I A L . TILDEN , BRADLEY D . UNDERW O O D , DONNA L . WALLAC E , HELEN I . ( ARNESTA D ) WEATHERM ON , KAREN L . WHITE , BARBARA A . WHITTO N , ROBERT E . W I LLIAMSON , KENDALL G . W ITT , GREGORY S C OTT WOLD , KATHRYN I . Z IEGLER , JEFFREY PAUL Z V I R Z DYS , ED B .

1984 Gifts $1,466.00 100 Donors Percent of Class Contributing 14% BACON , DEBRA S . BARR , ROBERT B A SSETT , KENT O . B A YS , MATHEW J . B EC K , C LAUD I A K . B EKEME IER , ELIZABETH R BEYERLE I N , KAY L . BRANDENBURG , KARl A . BREEZ E , JOSEPH M . BUDLONG , J A ZELLE A . BURNS , KAREN M . CADD , TERI L . C A M P B ELL , STANFORD J . C A STERLINE , MERRIE J . C HUN , DAVID R . C LA R K , JANINE S . COLE , KRISTI A . DAHEIM , TI MO'l'HY J . DA Y , FRANK J . DE GROOT , GEORGE I . J EDGERTON , KATHHYN M . F A LK , MARK R . FERGUSON , PENNY L . FIRNHABER , BRUCE B . FITCHITT , JULIE A .

( HOCSON )

FUELLEMAN , TRACY A . G A LE , MARY K . GLASOE , KRISTIN M . GOWAN , ROSEMARY G . GRAHAM , JULIE L . GREEN , E L I ZA BETH L . GUBSC H , SUSAN L . ( DA L Z I EL ) HALVERSON , C AROLYN A . HAMMER , KARL HATLEN , MARY R . ( Z ITZEWITZ ) HOLLAND , DALE J . HOLTEN , PAMELA L . HUGHES , J A C QUELYN G . JOHNSON , JOHNS ON ,

DARCY R . CHARLENE R .

JOHNSON , JANEL L . JOHNS ON , KATHERINE L . KAUBLE , MARTIN E . KING , LORI J . ( COLE ) KITTILSB Y . K I M H .

Bruce Randell, Tacoma, Wa shing ton, '85 grad u a t e

TIMOTHY

( MILES )

KOCH , KANDICE V . KORSMO . JR • • JOHN S . KRONN A GEL . JULIUS N . KRUEGER , THOMAS H . KUESTER , ERLING N . KVALE , KRISTINE A . KVAMME , ANNE M . KYLLO . ANDREW J . LARSEN . KR ISTI K . LEADBETTER , SANDRA A . LINDSTROM . LAINE LIPSCOM B , DAVID M . LOCHMAN N , MARGARET A . MAC KIN , SUSAN P . M A LOY , SCOTT D . M C COLLEY . DAWN M . M C LEAN . CHARLES E . MC RAE , BRIAN D . MENTE R , PAUL W . MORROW , JANET M ORTER . MIKE NEE B . JOHN M . NEUDER , STEVEN R . NEWC OMER . TONYA L . O l EN , PEDER D . OLSON . DAN K . OLSON , SYLVIA I . OSTERLOH . ERIC R . PARNELL . SEAN R . PREW ITT , ZANE P . RASMUSSEN , DOUGLAS C . REED , JANET E . RICE , WILLIAM B . ( WELCH ) RONNING , MICHAEL D . RUBER G . SHERRY C . RUDDY , GRACE C . ( KINGSBUR Y ) R YNIEC , DAVID L . SARGENT , WILLIAM J . SAVAGE, LOWELL C . SCHAUT , DAVID J . SCHED I N . TODD O . ( SCHED I N ) SIENKO , CINDY L . SIMONSON , JULIE A . SM ITH , ROMA L . SODERMAN , KRISTINE M . STOCKTON , KEVIN J . STULL I C K , PATRICK E . SWENSON , KARIN M . TAKARA , SCOTT 1 . THAANUM . STEVEN J . VOSS , BRUCE D . W A LKER , CATHER INE L . W ILLIAMS , JOSEPH M . W O B IG . SUSAN C . WOODWARD , KATHRYN L .


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THE HERITAGE SOCIETY The purposes of the Heritage Society are:

Members of t h e Heritage Soc iety are t hose individuals who have inc luded Pacific Lut hera n University i n some

To Show gratitude and recognition to those who have

type of deferred gift-bequest, ch aritable trust, revocable

expressed concern for PLU by prov iding for a deferred gift. To assist members of t he SOCiety in their on-going estate

trust, ch aritable g i ft a n n u i ty, l i fe insurance, pooled i n ­

planning.

come fund agreement, or gift of a residence or farm with a

To encourage others to become members of the Society.

retained life estate. Membership is not based on the amount of the deferred

The following roster lists Heritage SOCiety Members of

gift. The sole criterion

record as of July 1985.

is the remembrance of Pacific

Lutheran University in one's estate planning.

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Dr. M. Roy Schwarz, '59 is vice president for educa­ tional a nd scientific research, American Medical Associ­ ation. He was formerly dean of the School of Med icine, Univers i t y of Colorado.

C ONTRIBUTORS TO THE C APITAL FUND SHARING IN STRENGTH Gifts to Pacific Lut Leran Uni versi t y ' s $ 1 6.5 million capi­ tal campaign, S h aring i n Strength - which concluded in

The following donors, arranged by giving level and con­ stituency made gifts of at least $5,000 to the S h a ring in Strength ca mpaign. These donors, whose gifts pro v i ded over 60% of t h e- d ollars raised by the campa ign, a s s u red the success of the campaign.

M a y - hel ped the University accomplish several major capital and e n dowment obj ectives . A s u m mary of t h e re sults of t h e c ampaign i s provided o n pages 6 - 9 o f t h i s report.

ALUMNI AND FRIENDS (This list inclu d es members of t h e "College of Scientists" - physician and dentist alumni - who made major g i ft s to t h e Leraas Lecture H a l l in the n e w W i l l i a m O. Rieke Science Center.)

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LUTHERAN CHURCHES Challenge Founders CHR W wrr IE RA� CHURCH

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Challenge Benefac tors Tf£ AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH

P I RST LUTHE RA�1 CHURCH, BEN D , OR FI RST LUTHERAN CHURCH

GLORIA lE I LUTHERAN CHURCH TACO:iA , 'HA ClOLY TR IIIITY LUTIJE AA:1 CHURCH PORT ANGELES, WA I:.t1A NUEL LUTHERA� CHURCH 'HOOO3U RN, OR LUTHERAN CHURCH 0' THE

IDAHO FALLS, lD F I RST LUTHERAN CHU HCH POULSBO, ·.IA

GOOO SHEPHERD, OL'Il1P l A , W,\ PlllNNEY RI DGE LUTHERAII CHURCH SE.\TILE, 'A

AHA! INC GRAG': LUTHERAN CHURCH MICHORA::E, AK

GET:lSEMANS LUTHERAN CrlU RCH

BiiTrlESIlA LUTHERAN Ci-IURCH FOUND.\TIOt�,

GOO D SHePHERD LUTHE RA:1 CHURCH P<l..SON , i1T

CA.'lERON �NUEL LUTrlE RA:i CHUHCH KErmRICK, lD EXiAtlUEL LUTrlERAN CHURCH SP::>KA NE, WA

QUEEN ANNE LUTHERA� CHURCH SEATTLE, WA ST. ANDRE.S LUTHERAN CHURCH BELLEVUE, WA 51. :1ARK LUTHERAN CHURCH ANCHORACE, AK SILV ERDALE LUTHERAN CHURCH SILVERDALE, 'HA Z ION LUTHERAN CHURCH OREGON CITY,

OH

Challenge Builders

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SEATTLE, HA OR

HETHLE 1 LUTHERA� CHU RCH TACOMA , .� CC:NTRftL LUT-lE;iA:� CHURCH ANCHORACE, AK CENTRAL LUTHERAN CHURCH BELLlNGHAll, .II< E:1ANUEL LUBERAll CHURCH RITZV ILLE, H'\

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GOOD S;J:;PHERD LUTHCRAll CHURCH VERADALE, WA

PEACE LUTHEHAN CHURCH

"RACE LUTHERAN CHURCH LE" I3T ON , lD GRACE LUToiERA:1 CHURCH 'ENATCHEE, .A 1:�1;lNUEL LUT"ERAN :HURCH

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EVERS�I, WA :<EN!, \�1. KeY PEN INSULA LUTHERAN CHU RCH LA KE3A'i , ',.J1t LA Ke CHSI.,AlI LUTHERAN CHU RCH

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Special laser-etched plaques depicting the Donor Recognition Wall in the new WiUiam O. Rieke Science Center are being pre­ sented to aU individuals, businesses, churches and foundations who made major gifts of $5,000 or more to the science building.


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SHARING IN STRENGTH 1984-85 Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of t h ese lists, If an error is fo und, please notify us so that we m a y a d j u st our record s,

T h e fol l owing li sts, arranged by constituent groups, represent donors who made contributions to t h e capital fund d u ring t h e fiscal year J u n e 1, 1 984 t h ro u g h May 3 1 ,

1 985,

Alumni & Friends �j H . I, \O,H!l . J O H �� U . A A.Kh E HIoV , & r'HS . P A U l. � , A AS l::N rotH . G t; H A d l h IJb U1 1 �A . , MR � . �a �L L. � UH AH A M� U � Ilk. & lk:; . S E I I, C H l A D A C H l �IH::' . C A HuLY N IJ. " l1l." '; M� . VEb R A R . AVAM� loIS. " O - �]jN AUA M � Ilk;;. I. A IlIi A MAt ADA S �H . , MH S . HG� �HT � . ADA�S MR . to MH S . HOil ER1:' P . li lJ EL i N E HtV • • M H • JOHN � . A o I X OH . AH L I S �I . A OOLt' MS . aSA C. A m EH1'!:: /l M H . & MIl s . ChAR L�� S . AHIJ �,H . " MRS . HU AI.\) G . AliBE .Ih . " M/('; . TR A V I :; A I K I N MR . & I!H:; . InA R K '. . ALb,;E M3 . JO�lj ALIJFRu MR . J . A . A tBEl1', SUN MH . Rum IlT � ALiHil' �,R . 'l'HOMAS fl. A U. XA N lJEH "ll � S Jr;AN 1'1 . A l.l'SEN MR . & MRS . �UHSEN A L I A H A D I Mil . � 'IH � . CHI,R �� 8 . A LLE� fl� . to.LAN A . ALL� MHS . M ARY C . A LI, EIl ;';f< . � I·I H ':; . LAi1RY LLEN Ms . �EHH I L Y A LL EN Mk . H\JHERT F . ALLf.N h. , �R� . RUNALD B. A LLE N If, �S �U �Ar . j(A Y ALLEN MflS . ESTHeR O. A LL I .s O N I·IH':; . LOU I S!:. I·i A LL)lOh'fli /,) R . P fi l L P A . ALMuN� , R . � MRS . DEA N A M A R A l. MH . � I LL l AM W . AMSURN M H . E DW AR D A. ANU�DS U N �,R . , I" H S . AA uE A N DERSO N MR . & R o . B . �LOON A N DERSON MR S . BARG AR A ANDEH � O � ft�H!) . Bt.. V cR L Y AN !) ER00 N MS . t W VIiR L Y ! . A Itl> bR ':; CN f.R . MK S . bll!A� Ii. ANDERSOI-i filR . DA Lc. 1:'. Al�Ot.IiSON M R . OAViD bRU C I:. A�DERSON MK . ! ilKS . DA V I J �. A N DER S ON Mh . & "IR S . DU A N t; ANDERSON MR . • f;K S . G!:.llHOE EllI C AN DER SON � R . H A R L A N E . A . EHSON MR . H�RLAN L . AI,lJEHSO N �R . ! itrHS . �ll W A R U W . ANlJERSUN M ' . I N G R I lJ 1·1 . ANDERSON 1·1S . J I L L L. ,< IJEfiSO� MlSS J lLL L. �NDE:HSOI, � I SS U IJEN t L. ANDEHSON D R . � MR S . J O H N C. iUlDEtlSOI< RI:. . > VR . JOH IJ E. AI DERSON MR . • ;,m.> . Jor AN IlER S O N �,H S . 1' H � L (;. AUPEH':; O N �: I S S J U Il I . H Eo �N IJER S (J N I·:S . K� �T l M . ANO<. H S U N

MH .

MARK S . l .

AN D ER SO N

MR . & MRS . M A R K )I . ANlJERSON REV . & MRS . OLA F AN DE RS ON MH . O LA V r' . ANDERSON [·lK . & MR S . PAUL ANDERSON

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P ETER

C.

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• MR S . , MRS .

S1' E P H E N

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ANTHONY

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HANS 1 . ANrrSON

DR

GEORGE

AN TUN S EN AR b A UGH

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MR • • DR . J E R A l. D A . BAUGHMAN RE V • • MR S . P A U L J . BAUuHMAN M R . & �: RS . R. GARY b A U G H N

MRS .

W I L L I AM C . A R BA UG H DR . & MR S . MAX K� A R C H E R C O L . W I L L I AM L . ARENT �R . MR .

KENNETH S. A R I OLA & �IHS . DOUG LAS ARMSTRONG & MRS . M I C H A E L ARMSTRONG

MR . MR . MR . DR .

GL E N N D. A R N E Y A R T H U R H . ARNHOLD VICTOR R . A R R I SOLA J R .

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DONALD D . M . ARTHUR D . ASH

AHSTEIN

� �;RS . STEVEN L. A SH MR • • l·lliS . D A V I D ASHE �R . & MR S . F' . C. ASH LEMAN �\RS . BARBARA AS P L I N DR . & MRS . D A V I D ATKINSUN DR .

MS . ROSA�N D. A UG HN A Y �lR . SC O'I1' A U S E N H U S �S . W I L L I E. A M . A U SHERMAN MR • • �HS . ROBERT R. A YRES J R . �'R . MAR1'IN F. BABB i'l 'l' M I SS RUTH A . BABCOC� R E V . & MRS . H . S . BAB I N G T O N MS . R UTH B A C KU P MR S . DOLORES BACOKA

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DEBR A S. eACON RONALD Ii . BACOI. � �1RS . RI C H A R D D. BA ER G & ]O;R S . FREDRIC D. B A I L E Y ROLAND C . BA I L E Y KAR EN �I . BAIN & MRS . A . TH EOD O RE S A 1 RD � MS . CHARLES BA I R D BRAN'r J . BAKER � MR S . DANIEL H . b A KER

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ROBERT A .

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�,RS . THUMAS BA K E R MARTHA M. BAKKE

& �' R S . HAROLD D. BA KK EN H E R BE RT R . bALCH L A U R A A. BALDWIN �R . & MRS . RICHARD BALLE� MR . SCOT'!' w . BALLOU DR . D. S1'U AR T BA N C ROFT M R . & MR S . DAVID R. B A N G S U N D MR . & MR S . F'WRENC10 BARBA D I LLO �·IR.

MS .

MS . MR .

SU S AN M . bAUR & 'lH S . )l A L'fER

MR . �lR .

R O D N E Y C . B A XT�H & MRS . VICTOR BA YER & �1 RS . JOHN H . BEACH ;. MRS . EIHC J. 8E.AN & �lR S . M I KE B E A U C H A I" P & �lRS D A N A . BEC HTEL

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BECK

JUHN BECK �lLLIA�l S .

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DORUTHY

�:S . II,ARSH A KA Y BEL U S KO � R S . EDN A L . BEM IS MR . & �l A S . M I C H AE L A . BENA DR . ;. MRS . EDWARD L . bENDER rl,s . JACKIE BElmE R �1R . & MR S . JAMES O . BENDICI\SUN MR . MR •

OMAR J. BEN D I K A S • MRS . LLOYD BENCUICT'

& MRS . STEVlN BENHA ,.. • �l R S . J OHN A. BENN t:.1'T & ,IR S . D A L E E o BENSON r·lR . .. MRS . DA N I EL L BEN S 0N C A P'l' DA V l ll L. BENSUN :.1ft . .. MRS . HA:� K BEI, S O N NR • • MRS . � I C H A EL L . BE NS O� DR . P A U L F. BENSON

DR . DR • DR .

MS . !':R . MR . MR .

KATHLEEN V. el::N'I'ON RONALD C L A R K Bt:: N1'ON

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MR . J A MES M. BRAMBLET MRS . M I RI A M R . BRANDT MR . II. MRS . ROBERT J . BRASS MR . PAUL D. BRASSEY REV . l MRS . BRADLEY J . BRAUER MR . S C oTT a . BREI'l'EN B A C H

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MR . II. MRS . SHELDON BROOKS SR MR . HENRIK BROSTEN MR . HENRY BROSTEN MRS . BARBARA J. BROWN MR . II. MR S . CARL BROWN MR . & MRS . JAMES BROWN MR . I< MRS . MARK R. BROWN MR . MR . MR . MR . MR . DR .

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MRS . MRS . MRS .

BROWN BROWNELL

STANLEY BRUE MERLE BRUNCKHORST CHARLES E. BRUNNER

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ROBERT C . BURZLAFF MR. l MRS . HEINZ BUSEMAN C A ?l' & MRS . THOMAS W . BUS K I R K DR . MR . MR .

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Dr. Robert Ericksen '67 rece n t l y p u blished his first book, The% ginn5 Under Hitler. The O l y mpic College h i s­ tory professor taught his tory at PLU this past year du r i n g t h e sabbatical of renowned Holoca ust expert Dr. Ch ristopher B rowning. Ericksen is s t udying in England a n d Ge r m a ny this yea r with a fellows hip from National Endowmen t for t h e Hu m a n i t i es.

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MRS . JOHN E. PETERSEN DALE L . PETERSON MRS . DAVID F. PETERSON DAVID W. PETERSON DWAYNE D. PETERSON EDWIN A . PETERSON 1. MRS . GARY D. PETERSON 1. MRS . GARY L. PETERSON HANS PETERSON 1. MRS . HAROLD G . PETERSON & MRS . JAMES L. PETERSON 1.

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MR . JOEL R. PETERSON MR . 1. MRS . LARRY A . PE'l'ERSON MR . 1. REV . NORRIS A . PETERSON MR . & MRS . O. ELMER PETERSON MR . W . A . PETERSON MR . & MR S . WALLY B . PETERSON DR . 1. MRS . WILLI A M T. PETERSON MR . & MR S . W I L L I S PETERSON MS . KRISTINE A . PETTI BONE MRS . LYNDA M . PETTIT MR . 1. MRS . J I M PHARRIS MR . DALE M . PHILL I P S MR . 1. MRS . DEAN E . PHILL I P S MR . 1. MRS . H . E . PHILLI P S DR . J . S . PHILL I P S MR . 1. MRS . JAMES B . PHILL I P S DR . ROBERT E . PHIL L I P S MR . 1. MRS . W . A . PHILL I P S MR . 1. MRS . DELMAR P IEPER R E V . 1. MRS . P A UL B. PIERSON MR . 1. MRS . EUGENE P IETALA MR . 1. MRS . MARTIN R. PIHL DR . 1. MRS . WALTER E. PILGRIM MR . 1. MRS . NORMAN C . PI LON MR 1. MRS . STEVEN C P I N N I N G

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MR . & MRS . LAWRENCE A. PROUD MR . 1. MRS . DARELL C . PROVENCHER MR . & MRS . TED PURSLEY MR . 1. MRS . STANLEY PURVIS REV. 1. MRS . J AMES D. P UTTLER MR. 1. MRS . DAVID L . QUALHEIM MR . DAVID J . QUAM MR . 1. MRS . 'l'IMOTHY QUIGLEY MR . 1. MRS . EDWARD F. Q U I N I O L A DR . MR . MR . MS . MR . MR .

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DR . & MRS . WILLIAM K. RAMSTAD DR . I. MR S . ERNEST L. RANDOLPH MR . I. MR S . PHIL I P J . RANDOLPH MR . & MR S . RICHARD H. RAPP II REV . JOHN A . RASMUSSEN MR . NELS RASMUSSEN M . MARILEE ANN RAY MS . ARLOWEN S. RAYGOR MS. PAMELA G. RAYMER MRS . MARLA L. REA MR . STA LEY G. READ MR . & MRS . R . REDL IN MR . & MRS . JAMES R. REECE MR . & MRS . P A U L REEDER MS . KAR& L . REEP MR. DONALD LEONARD REE'l'Z MR . & MRS . BRUCE E . REICHERT MR . DAVID A. REIELS M & MR S . RAMON M. REIERSON MR . & MRS . HORST REIL MS . CATHE R I N E M. REILLY MR . &, MR S . 'l'ERRY D. REIM MR . & MRS . DONALD F. REIMAN D R . I. MRS . TRACY REINER MR . & �lRS . LEON E . REISBERG MR . 1 MR S . MICHAEL DAVID REITER MRS . V I R G I N I A M. REN IER MS . MARY B. RENNEBOHM MR . RODN EY RE PP MR S . CRAIG E . RETTKOWSKI MR . DR . & MRS . G. RONALD REULE MR . ROBERT J . REZBA MR . I. MRS . CARLTON RHOADES MR . OC AVIE RHONE MR . JOHN A . RICE MR . MALCOLM J . RICE MR . & MRS . R . M . RICH MR . &. MR S . RAY J. RICHMOND MR . & MRS . KARL R . RIC KABAUGH MRS . VIVI RIC KLE MR . & MRS . CAM PBELL RIDLEY JR . REV . & �1RS . ELWOOD N . R I EKE DR . &. MRS . WILLIAM O. R I E KE MR . &. MR S . DAVID A . RIES MR . &. MRS . KENNETH M. R I I S DR . EVANGELINE L . RIMBACH MR . & MR S . PETER F. RINGSRUD MR . &. MRS . JAMES RI N'l'A MR . &. MR S . STANLE Y G . RIP PON MISS PATTI L . R I SDAL MR . &. MR . GERALD L . RITTER MR . &. MRS . DAVID RIVARD MR . PO -C HU AN RO MR . &. MR S . DAREL A. ROA MR . l'AUL H . ROA MR . & MR S . JOHN B . ROALKVAM MISS DEBORAH M. ROBBINS MR . & MRS . EDWARD D . ROBBINS MR . ANDREW D. ROBERTSON MR . & MRS . PHILI P ROBICHEAU MR . CHARLES A. ROBINSON MRS . J ULIE A . ROBINSON MR . LAWRENCE E . ROBINSON M I SS SHANNON M. ROBINSON MR. W. STEVEN ROCHE MR . I. MR S . WILL I A M S . ROCHFORD MR . &. MRS . VERN J . ROCKSTAD MR . & MRS . RICHARD J . ROCKWAY MR . &. MS . WARD L. ROCKWELL DR . &. MR S . DAVID K. ROE MS . KAAREN M . ROE S MARY K . ROE MR . &. �BS . PAUL A . ROE MR . &. MRS . RONALD ROED MR . ROBERT A . ROEGNER •

MR . &. MRS . ARTHUR ROESSEL MR . &. MRS . DENN I S E . ROLEY DR . &. MRS . G ILBERT J . ROLLER MRS . JOAN RmlAN MRS . MARJORIE B . RON KEN MR . STEPHEN T . ROPER MRS . LINDA K . ROSALES MS . BARBARA J . ROSE MS . KARIN R . ROSE REV . JOHN ROSENBERG MR . FRED T. ROSEVEAR MISS KERRY A . ROSS MS . BERGLJOT ROSW I C K MR . &. MRS . P A U L A . ROTH I MS . LAURA M . ROTTH AUS DR . &. MRS . DONALD L . ROWBERG MR . &. MRS . CLIFFORD G . ROWE MR . RICHARD RUDE REV . PHI L I P L. RUE MRS . CYNTH IA RUMANN MR . &. MRS . DEWEY RUMSEY MR . &. MRS . ERIC W . RUNN I N G MR . &. MRS . R I C H A R D RUNN I N G MR . &. MRS . ROBERT RUNNING MR . &. MRS . HERBERT C . R U N Y AN MR . &. MRS . KENNETH RUPP MRS . mRAJ ANE RUSHING · MR . &. MR S . RICHARD C . RUSSELL MR . &. MRS . EDWARD E. RUTH MR . W . E . RUTHERFORD MR . & �IRS . DONALD W. RUTLEDGE MR . &. MRS . KENN ETH RUUD MR . &. MRS . OLIVER W. RUUD MR . &. MRS . ROBERT G. RUUD MISS SALLY J . RUX MR . & MRS . ANDREW F. RYAN JR . MR . &. MRS . GLENN L . RYDER I I MS . MARY M . RYSE MR . &. MRS . ROBERT R . SAARELA MR . W I LLIAM H. SAAS S R . MR . &. MR S . R . DOUGLAS SAHLBERG MR . &. MRS . ELBERT T. SAITO MS . J A N N . SAITO MR . & MRS . BEN S A KAMOTO MRS . LINDA L . SALATI ELLO MR . &. MS . H . WILTON SAMUELSON MR . MYRON L . SANDBERG DR . &. MRS . ROBERT E. SANDERS MR . MICHAEL J . SANDHORST MR . STEPHEN E . SANDVIG MS . MARGARET SARGEANT MR . MARVIN B. SA'l'HER MR . GORDON D . SA'l'RUM MS . KAROL JAN SATRUM MS . SUSAN K . SATTERLEE MS . VALORICE V . SAUER MRS . KATHER INE A . SAUNDERS MR . &. MRS . WAYNE P . SAVERUD MS . LOU ISE K . SAWYER MRS . JANET L . SAYERS MISS MARTHA L. SCHAEFER MR . JAMES A . SCHEIBE MR . &. MRS . JOHN P. SCHERB DR . &. MRS . MILO W. SCHERER MISS EILEEN P . SCHI P P ER A H N AM C IDT REV. &. MRS . SHERWIN E . SCHMIDT MR . &. MRS . JESSE H . SCHMOKER MRS . DOR I S SCHN AC KENBERG MR . & MRS . FREDER I C K SCHOCH DR . MICHELLE D . SCHOENBERG , D . V . M DR . & MRS . DAVID H . SCHOENING MR . &. MRS . MARK S . SCHOLZ MR . & MRS . RICHARD SCHRADER

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C A PT KRISTIN E SCHRIC KER MR . &. MRS . W . ALAN SCHROEDER MR . GREGORY P . SCHUMACHER MS . LYNNE M . SCHUMACHER MRS . NANC Y A. SCHUTZ MRS . CHERRYL SCOTT MRS . J U L I A K . SCOTT DR . RICHARD SEEGER MS . ALEDA J . SEIERSTAD MS . �IA R I E A . S E IFERT MR . &. MRS . JAMES F. SELF JR . MR . CLIFFORD W . SELLS MR . &. MRS . RANDALL L. SENF MRS . BARBARA D . SENFTLEBEN MRS . SHIRLEY J . SENSEL DR . &. MRS . F. THOMAS S E P I C MR . &. MRS . ROGER D . S E P P ALA MR . RICHARD SEPTON MR . &. MRS . RICHARD SETB A C KEN MR . &. MRS . RALPH M . SEVERSON MRS . AGNES M . SHAFLAND MRS . AUDR I E J . SHAGREN MR . ARMEN B . SHANAFELT MR . JOHN WESLEY SHANNON DR . &. MRS . JOHN P. SHANNON JR . MR . &. MRS . LEW IS SHAW MR . &. MRS . WILL I A M F. SHAW MISS CARY DELL SHEEKLEY MRS . LYDIA SHEFFELS MS . BARBARA E . SHERMAN MR . RONALD D . SHERMAN MISS ROSEMARY E . SHERRY MR . & MRS . SELMER L . SHERVEY MRS . D I AN A L . SHOQU I ST MR . &. MRS . JOSEPH SHORT MR . &. MRS . THOMAS S . SHORT REV . & MRS . RICHARD H . SHOUSE MRS . CYNTHIA SUE SHOVE MR . &. MRS . WILLI AM C . SHUGART MR . MARK W . SIBURG MISS LINDA SIEGELMAN MR . & MRS . CHESTER S I E N KO MISS JEANET'l'E M. SILVA MR . DAN I EL L. SHIMONS MR . &. MRS . JAMES E . SIMONSON MR . WALTER R . SIMONSON MR . &. MRS . JAMES R . SIMPSON MRS . MARGARET SI NGLETON MR . &. MRS . LEROY J . SINNES MR . FRANK SIODA MR . WILLIAM M. SISSEL MRS . ANGELA SIVERTSON MS. . PAMELA H . SJORDAL MR . &. MR S . JERRY K. SKAGA MISS SHARON A . SKAR MS . DIANA A. S KI B IEL MR . JAMES R . SKOFSTAD DR . &. MRS . MAUR I C E SKONES DR . CHARLES B. SLATER DR . & D R . RICHARD W . SLATTA MRS . IRMA LEE SLA VIK LTG . &. MRS . MEDWYN D. SLOANE I I I MRS . EVA LENA L SM I C K MAJ . A . LYNNE SMITH MRS . DI ANE R. SMITH MR . &. MRS . HARRY J . SMITH MISS JANET MAY SMITH MR . &. MRS . JEFFRY � . SMITH MR . &. MRS . RUSSELL J . SMITH MRS . VIVIENNE L . SMITH MR . WILLIAM G . SMITH MR . &. MRS . CHARLES L. SMITHSON MR . &. MRS . MARVIN R. SNELL MR . KURTIS S . SNOW


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M SS CHRISTINE SOIN E MS . JUDI'l'H S . SOLBERG MR . I. MRS . F . K . SOLUM MR . I. MRS . ROBERT J . SOPKOVICH REV . RICHARD SORENSEN MRS . ANN MARI E SOTAK MR . & MRS . RANDY L. S PADA MR . RICHARD S PARKS DR . FRANK M. S PEAR MR . & MRS . ALAN R. SPENCE MR . WALL A C E SPENCER MRS CATHER I N E A. SPERAL MR . I. MRS . CHRISTOPHER S P I C E R DR . & DR . RICHARD SPILLMAN MR . RICHARD F. S P INNEY MR . MR . MR . MR . MR . MR .

STEVEN F. SPINNEY I. �ffi S . J. SPLANE I. MRS . DOUG SPRU'l'E I. MRS . ARTHUR L. SPURRELL I. MRS . ROBERT ST . PIERRE & MRS . KERMIT E . STAHL MR . I. MRS . W . M . STANGELAND . RAYE M . STAPLES MRS . RUTH M. STARKEL MR S . NAOMI R . STARR MISS CAROL A . STASW I C K DR . & MRS . D A V I D W . STAUB MS . MAREN C . STAVIG MISS CONSTANCE L. STAY MR . I. MRS . RODNEY E . STEDJE REV . & MRS . DAVID S . STEEN MR . & MRS . CARL E . STEINGREBE MS . DR . MR .

NANCY L . STEPHENSON DR . KURT H. STERN MRS . DON STEVENS MRS . JOHN A. STEVENS CHARLES W. STEWART JAMES R . STEWART VERNETTA M. STEWART & MRS . HENDRIC K STIGGLEBOUT ALAN W. STITT & MRS . ROBERT STIVERS PRISCILLA K. STOCKNER & MR S . DALE STOCKTON

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MISS JILL M. SUNDBY MR . & MRS . MELVIN W. SUNDBY MS . ELI Z ABETH B. SUNDELL DR. & MR S . RAELYN SUTTON MR . & MRS . JOHN A . SVENDSEN MR . I. MRS . MICHAEL SWAIN MISS LAURIE L . SWAN MR . I. MRS . DONALD B. SWANSON MISS HAZEL M. SWANSON MISS MAURINE F . SWANSON REV . I. MRS . PAUL R. SWANSON MR . I. MRS . ROBERT SWANSON REV . I. MRS . ROLAND H . SWANSON MRS . THELMA SWANSON MR . I. MRS . ALFRED SWANSTROM MR . I. MRS . KERM SWARTZ MS . EUN I C E L . SWENSON DR. I. MRS . MARVIN SWENSON MR . & MRS . MICHAEL C . SWENSON MR . ROBERT A . 'rACEY MS . J E N N I FER R. TADA DR . I. MRS . KWONG-TIN TANG MR . I. MRS . ELDON TAYLOR MR . & MRS . FREDERICK TAYLOR MISS LAURIE A . TAYLOR MR . I. MRS . ROSS TAYLOR MS . SALLY MAY 'I'A YLOR MS . MILDRED A. TEITZEL REV . I. MRS . RONALD W. TELLEFSON MR . DAVID W. TEMPLIN MRS . RUTHM ARIE TENNENT DR. I. MRS . THOMAS TERJESON MR . & MRS LOUIS B . TERN STROM MS . JUIN B . J. TEVRUCHT MRS . ANTON IA E . THERRIAULT MR . I. MRS . JOHN A. THIEBES MR . I. MRS . JAMES L. THIS MISS LORE THOMMESEN REV. MR .

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MS . N A N C Y L. THOMPSON REV . I. MRS . NEIL R . THOMPSON MR . ROBERT THOMPSON MS . SUSAN L. THOMPSON MR . TIMOTHY S. THOMSEN MRS . LE RAE THOMURE MR . DAVID J. THORP JR . MR . I. MRS . DAVID THORP SR . MRS RUTH E . THORSELL MS . CYNTHIA L. THORSON MR . STEVEN D . THRASHER M S . ALICE J. THWING MR . DAVID H. THYSENS MRS . MAUREEN R. TIDERMAN MR . & MRS . HAROLD TINGSTROM DR. I. MRS . FRED L . TOBIASON MS . LAURA A. TOBIASON DR . I. MRS . RAY TOBIASON J R . MR . ALLEN G . TOBIN DR . I. MRS . EDWARD B . TODD MR . DEAN A . TOLLEFSON REV . I. MRS . E. DUANE TOLLEFSON REV . I. MRS . OTTO C . TOLLEFSON MR . I. MRS . STEFFAN R . TOLLES MR . I. MRS . HARVEY M. TOLLFELDT

MS . MAXINE S. TOLMIE MS . JANE M . F . TOMITA LCDR & MRS . JEFFREY W . TOMPKINS MR . DAVID J . TONER MISS EMILY J . 'IDRKELSON MR . I. MRS . ROBERT M. TORRENS MISS EVELYN S. TORVEND REV . I. MRS . KENNETH R . TORVIK MR . I. MRS . TRACY N . TOTTEN DR . ARNOLD TOWE MRS . STELLA J. TOWNSEND MR . GUNAR D. 'l'RA N U M MISS STEPH A N I E G . TRAPP MR . I. MRS . DAVID TRIER DR . DONALD L. TR PPEL MRS . CYNTHIA A NE TROMBETTA MR . I. MRS . BRIAN H . TROOST MS . ELNA L . TRULSON MR . I. MRS . MICHAEL A . TUCCI MR . KENT C . TUOH I N O MR . & MRS . ROBERT E . 'l'U.p ACK MR . MAURICE C . TURNBULL MS . NANCY K. TURNER MR . & MRS . ROBERT L. TUTTLE MR . JOE E . TVETEN MRS . KAREN L . TWEED MR . CARL TWEITEN MRS . IRMA TWEITEN KLARA TYNES MRS . PHYLLIS J. UFER MR . & MRS . THOMAS A . UHLMAN MRS . VALERIE A . ULBERG DR . CHRISTY N . ULLELAND MR . MR . MR .

I. &

MRS . HARALD ULLELAND MRS . RICHARD W. ULLMANN GEORGE M. UMAMOTO

MR . JOHN S. UMENO REV . & MRS . THOMAS J . UN MACHT MS . CATHERINE A . UNSETH REV. & MRS . GENE H . UPTON MR . MINORU UYECHI MS . K R I S VAN ANKEN MR . & MRS . M . JAMES VAN BEEK DR . & MRS . ROBERT VAN DYK DR . & MRS . GARY VAN HEUVELEN MR . DAVID J. VAN HULLE MS . TERESA E. VAN WOUDENBERG MRS . WANDA ELA I N E VAN WOUDENBERG MR . SCOTT L. VANDERFLUTE MRS . KAREN LEE VANDERWARKER MR. ROGER A. VANDIVER MS . BARBARA A. VARSEVELD MR . & MRS . NOEL T . VAUGHN MR . & MRS . WILLIAM VEATCH MR . & MRS . HOWARD VEDELL MR . & MRS . CHRIST VELL I A S MR . ROGER A . VIDLUND DR . TED J. VIGELAND DR. I. DR . GEORGE VIGELAND JR . REV . I. MRS . RON VIGNEC DR . & MRS . ROY H. VIRAK MS. RHONDA L. VISSER MR . STEPHEN L . F . VITALICH MR . & MRS . NORMAN R. VOELPEL DR . I. MRS . DAVID J . VOLD MISS DEBRA VON ALST MISS JEANNE S . WACKER MS . DEBORAH WAGNER DR . & MRS . LOU I S C . WAGNER JR . MRS . KATHLEEN L . WAHLQUIST DR. & MRS . DAVID B . WAKE MS . LINDA M. WALKER DR. KATHLENE S . WALLER MR . & MR S . JOHN P . WALLERICH MS. KRISTEN A . WALLERICH


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WALTERS

REV. � MRS . ERW IN G . WALZ MS . GAYLE J . WALZ MR . & MRS . STEVEN C . WARD MR . � MRS . KENNETH J . WARDEN MRS . SHARON A . S . WARNER MR . & MRS . H. V I NCENT WARR MR . & MRS . JOHN F. WARTH MR . JOEL S. WATSON MRS . EILEEN R . WAY MS . MR .

MR .

DR . MR . MR .

KAREN L . WEATHERMaN MRS . LELAND G . WEAVER WARD C . WEAVER

&

MARY LEE WEBB BRIAN F . WEBBER & MRS . VERN A. WEGNER

MR . MR .

& &

MR . MR .

& &

MRS .

MR .

JR .

MRS . MRS .

TI MOTHY A . WERNER ROGER R . WESTBERG

MRS . MRS .

SCOTT E . WESTERING CHRI STOPHER WESTWOOD

THORA

JOHN

M.

A.

WESTBY

WESW IG

MR . & MRS . BOOKER T. WHEELER MRS . KAY WHITCOMB MS . BARBARA A. WHITE MRS .

MR . MR .

DOROTHY

EUGENE & MRS .

J.

WHITE

R. WHITE GERALD C .

WHITE

MRS . LINDA S . WHITE MR � MRS . R I C K WHITE MR . ROSS P . WHITFELDT MR . & MRS . DONALD M. WICK

M I S S MARGARET W I C KSTROM MR . & MRS . ALAN E. WIECHMANN MR . � MRS . JOHN R. WIGEN DR . � MRS . PHILIP E . W I GEN DR . � MRS . DAN A . WIKLUND MRS . DENA KAY WILBUR MRS . MRS . MRS . MR . MS . MR . MR . MS . MS .

ESTHER WILCOX MARY E. WILCOX MARTHA A. W I LKEN

THOMAS H . WILKENSON JEANELLE E . WILLBEE GARY P. WILLIAMS JOSEPH M. WILLIAMS JOY L. WILLIAMS N AN C Y D. WILLIAMS

MR . & MRS . SCOTT C . WILLIAMS MR . � MR S . JOHN H. WILLIAMS JR . MISS WENDY B . WILLOW MISS CHERYL L. WILPONE MR . GARY L . WILSEY REV . � MRS . FRAN KLIN A . W I LSON MR . � MRS . LARRY WILSON MRS . SUSAN E . WILSON MR . � MRS . JAMES WINJUM MR . KENNETH M. WINKLEY MS . MARGARET O . WINN MR . ROSS WINTERS MS . JUDY S . WISMANN MR . GREGORY SCOTT WITT REV . � MRS . DAVID C . WOLD MR . & MR S . PAUL C . WOLD MR . & MRS . RICHARD P . WOLFE MR . HUGO WILLIAM WOL'l'ER JR . MRS . MR . MR .

MRS MRS MR . MR . MR . MR . MS . MR. MS . MR . MR .

. .

NANCY LEE WORKMAN AMEL I A A. WRIGHT DAVID C . YAGOW HENRY YATES � MRS . ROBERT A . YOST CHIP B . YOUNG JUDI E . YOUNG

WILLIAM W . YOUNG SUSAN L . YOUNGBLOOD

� &

MRS . MRS .

KI YOSHI YUMIBE KENNETH S . ZAMBERLIN

REV . � MRS . GLENN R . ZANDER MR . & MRS . WALT J . Z E I GER MS . SHARON A . ZERI

MS . LENORA B. WEI R I C K MR . KENNETH WELDE MRS . NANCY WELSCH

DR . ANNE WELSH MRS . KATHERINE WELTZ IN MR . & MRS . W . H . WENDLA ND

MRS . SHIRLEY L . WOODWARD MR . & MRS . W . KENNETH WOOLLEY MR . & MRS . J . MARK WOOLSEY

KATHRYN ANN WOLVERTON & MR S . R . J . WONDRA & MRS . LARRY WOOD

MR . MR. MR . MR . MR . MR . MRS MR . MR . MR . DR . MR . MS . MR .

CARL F . ZERRENNER & MRS . M I LTON F. ZEUTSCHEL JEFFREY PAUL Z IEGLER A . R . Z I ELSDORF � MRS . DENN I S W . Z IMMERMANN BENEDICT J. ZLATEFF . MARIE R. ZOBRIST & MRS . MICHAEL R. ZORIL & MRS . STANLEY ZUBALIK & MRS . DEAN ZUCH MRS . DWIGHT J . MRS . ARTHUR P . Z ITA ZVIRZDYS

& �

&

MRS .

ALBERT

ZULAUF ZURFLUH

ZWOSTA

Businesses ABAM ENGIN EERS I N C . ABSHER CONTRUCTION CO AEROSPACE C O R P . AI RBORNE FRE I GHT CORP ALBERTSONS I N C . ALPAC CORP-PEPSI COLA 7UP BO T TL I N G COMPANY OF TACOMA

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ALL AUTO PARTS ALMOND It. ROGER, I N C . AMERI C AN SAVINGS BANK ARCH I TE C T URAL WOODS INC BERG AND KALA PUS BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP BIG RED Q QU IC K P R I N T CENTER B I LL G I LL LINCOLN-MERCURY BOEING

COMPANY

C ASCADE SEPT IC SERV I C E INC CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY CORP

D . W . BR I GG S CO. INC . DOW CHEM I CAL CO ELI LILLY It. CO FI T Z GERALD FORD , INC . FORS FARMS INCOR PORATED FRANK RUSSELL CO INC FRED TEBB It. SONS INC . HEWLET T - PAC KARD CO HOLROYD CO INC HONEYWELL INC INT ' L TELEPHONE It. TELEGRA PH CORP INTEL CORPORAT ION

INTERNA T I ONAL BUSI NESS J C PENNEY CO INC J . L . DARLING COR P .

K MART CORPORATION LAKEWOOD GALLERY LENS MOWER SERVI C E L I A N G A PAC I F I C INC

MACHINES

L I T TLE PARK RESTAURANT LUCKY PENNY FLORAL It. G I F T S LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD MAREK HASE INSURANCE MORTON THIOKOL INC NORDSTROM

NORTH PAC I F I C BANK PAC I F I C NW BELL P F I ZER

INC

P I T NEY BOWES INC PUGET SOUND NAT I ONAL BANK PUGET SOUND POWER It. L I GH T CO RA I N I ER NAT I ONAL BANK RALEIGH MANN It. POWELL ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL CORP

RONALD P BUS S INGER OD ROTARY CLUB OF LAKEWOOD SAGER EXCAVATING INCORPORATED SEATTLE T I MES SEATTLE PO S T - I NTELL SHAUB-ELLISON CO S IMPSON TIMBER CO FUND STANDARD PA PER CO TACOMA STEEL SUPPLY C O . TAHOMA ROOFING COMPANY T O P P I N G MOTORS INC TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO U I C , INC .

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UNITED BANK WASHINGTON NATURAL GAS CO WEST COAST GROCERY CO WESTERN COMMUN I T Y BANK WILCOX FAMILY FARM STORE WOODWORTH It. CO INC

Foundations 1 ST NAT ' L BANK OF CHI C A GO FOUND ATION ALCOA FOUN D AT I ON AMERI CAN HO S PI T AL SUPPLY CORP C O N T A INER CORP OF AMERI C A FDTN DUPAR FOUNDAT I O N FUCHS FOUND A T I ON GO T T FR I ED It. MARY

(

(

KILWORTH FOUN D A T I ON FLORENCE B . PEAT -MARW I C K-MIT CHELL FOUN D A T I ON SEATTLE FOUN D A T I ON SKI�NER FOUN D A T I O N

)

Churches C AMERON EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH KENDRI C K , I D CENTRAL LUTHERAN CHURCH BELLI NGHA M , WA CENTRAL LUT HERAN CHURCH ANCHORAGE, AK CHRI S T LUTHERAN CHURCH FERNDALE , WA

C HR I S T THE KI N G LUTHERAN CHURCH SNOHOM I SH , WA FAI TH LUTHERAN CHURCH SEAT TLE , WA FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RI CHMOND SEAT T L E , WA GLENDALE LUTHERAN CHURCH S EA T T L E , WA GOOD HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH LIND , WA

)


57 Steve Keller '86 of B e l l i n g h a m was one of t hree s t u 足 d e n t s i n t h e nation t o be awa rded a

$2000

s u m m e r re足

search stipend from the polymer d i vision of the A me ri足 c a n Che mica l Society. Doug Grider '86 of Tacoma al so a p plied for t h e awa rd a nd was named a l te r nate, giving PLU two of t h e top four appl ican ts in t h e nation.

300D SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH RI CHLAND , WA GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH C A SHMER E , WA LUTHERAN CHURCH O F THE MASTER PASCO , WA MOUN T A I N VIEW LUTHERAN CHURCH PUYALL U P , WA PACIFIC REGIONAL SYNOD - AELC SAN FRAN C I SCO , CA PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH SYLVAN I A , WA 3ILVERDALE LUTHERAN SI LVERD ALE , WA

CHURCH

ST . MARK ' S LUTHERAN CHURCH ANCHORAGE , AK S T . MARK ' S LUTHERAN CHURCH T ACOMA , WA ST . PETER ' S LUTHERAN CHURCa TI LLAMOO K , OR ST . STEPHEN ' S LUTHERAN CHURCH GLADSTONE, OR T R I N I T Y LUTHERAN CHURCH OF LYNNWOOD LYNNWOOD , 'itA TRI N I T Y LUTHERAN FREELAND , 'itA T RI N I T Y LUTHERAN GRESHAM, OR

CHURCH CHURCH

VINLAND LUTHERAN CHURCH POUL3BO , 'itA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH JU LI AET T A , I D Z I O N LUTHERAN CHURCH KENT , WA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH OREGON C I T Y , OR Z I ON LUTHERAN CHURCH NEWBERG , OR ZOAR LUTHERAN CANB Y , OR

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