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PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE BULLETIN NOVEMBER,1944

VOLUME XXIV

Published quarterly by Pacific Lutheran College at Parkland, Wa.hingtan.

Entered

a•

ccand-cla.. matter September

NUMBER 2 I,

1943, .t the post cffice at Parkland, Wai!h.,

under the Act of Cangr." of Augu.t H, 1912.

PARKLAND

,

WASHINGTON


EICHTEEN NINETY-FOUR

NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR


Past and Present Nlnette- that

the early

III

milll hand of

th 'ir w. y rhroul!h the prunc\'al felr t

CollI:}!e.

founJ Pacliic Luthl.:r;m

hwks of littlc Clover C reek If the

(0

the

n

locau:d Ju.t o1ULSid

f Tacoma, they Clit d wn the great

JIlDlt'

a

Non: pIOneers threaded

fir

own aw mill ;md thcn threw \:Iri·k waU� to make ,I bU11chnl:( i.x to rie hIgh. _00 f':Cl Ion and 7. feet deep. When this .. LD MAIN" builulI1g W • dewcated c n o..:.toher

pur hased thclr

tree,

lip greal

1-1-, I 9.j., it

Iowa as

it

rcgardeJ by the vlsltmg Bishop from

wa-

"Miracle Cast! ."

The founder- of P. L.

'ruth :in tho: west as 'uc

r� have De\er wa\' red

e

County. A: ing of lub

C h ad an unbounded

reat I.LOd of the futun!. Thetr

it

In

their faI t h

terce

f Tac rna am.I

acre .::amptL�

the build·

saw

e I'll" t gymna ium, the chapel. the pr.:"ldent"- re Idence, the golf course. the anu

Ifi

1930

tl,e hbrar}

To [he makmg of a Democra.c'

...!edged

It I;

bso[ulcly ne�� 5<U)' to estahlIsh and build

':l1J the academIC record of P.

is dn accredited

hc('J1 ackn

allege. The

to

th

apr ·11.1

..:btllr on lh Pacific C

1..

C. w been recognized aod

It

achievement nf t he f:uulLic rhrou h th, years bas

tu tlt:nt: and

graduate;; whll ha,,·� proved themsclv

worthy products of the coJlege. The ' ChOIr d

[he 11;-

n

th

Iwu

good school. To that 00\

th pot -ntlalltlc

10

th· y ea rs passed, the devclnpmcnt

iI

t.

The

()

the

W "t" has pIOneered

Ii!!

a

the rim

fo tbail tc am h"ve won itcclalID for the

anJ hav.: brought Tacoma tv the attentlCn of athlet - through lut the nation.

college

The pre Idem of the Ta "It has

rna

Cham�r

be('J1 dId ['peatedly by husin'

school in the Northwest. pnvate

(l Commerce wr Itc n January

men

wbu kn

w

thj- In'tltutinn

tlu

uur

Ta\;l rna with th.lnk

chool -logan:

that n

oft r'p 'ated phras "

As we celebrate our Golden Jubilee Anrllvcrsary at

WIth

ell

\

or public, tUfn6 out better atken'. We can pay no

higher c mplrment to P. 1. C. than to endor-

the Iti:;e� ()(

2 �, 1944:

.. BUlill

P. L C.,

for the past ami WIth Jur pLedge

we

S<lIUlC

to carryon

FOR CHARACTER."

______ _�

Pr' IJent.�

....I

__� __


Tomorrow r THE E tIm

X \Vlll

t lmorrow

he released from the Jem. oW; If of p' ,I the

rn an

with

e

n'W

opportunit .

ildcqual� tnuntfU! t

to

day when

lur

hoy:, and glr� wLiJ

rid at Wilf and turn al!<lin to the path.. \....

take their pl.l':':

m it

demands. To th'"

y ou

mu·t

c.

tomUf[l

\\'

posI·\\,·a.r world anu the demand for

he n:ady

to meet the demand of these

Bill (f Righb;, WIll r.:LUnl to pursue the, urs'

th >�' Jr pp.;d to ;ul·w.-r their

It

tlo ' .

-na.ble them I

1

a w

inc;;otlves <lnd n

T MORRO\V our colle!.!c wh(I, und r the G

T

t( u th.H

me n

thousa.nd·

of ·tudy which

unt.ry·· call tn • n·i,c.

Pacific Luth.:ran Colk� nUlSl be ready to ace mmntl.ltl: th �O! for tbclr future. THAT FUTt..RE is THE TOM R

MORRO'W

who look to her for rrairun

R Vo,' )F AMERlCA. Tho: Golden Jubilee

fifty year of to

that cause

10

th

se.T\·lu: In

of P'Ici£ic Lutheran C liege

In the .:au

I.

n(Jt rmly a c mmemuralion o(

of Chri tl n cliucabon but It

e

is

the intere:;t If the youth of tomOITO\\. A th

<1.150 a reconsecratIOn

nly LUlhernn Cnlic\!c

w�·t. P. L. C. has before it a great opportumty :tnu a greater

The Golden

faClhtics needed to di which con tltut

backing

f

,I

us

pI! pIe h

already

__

.. . ...

ynud

Amencan Lutheran Church and W M. F.

f the NLCA

With

. . ...

_

Appropnahon. . .....

Anonym U' pledge for

MUSIC Hall

'OO,OUO.

almt:d

hI

rrovidl? th�

anu new ·on·tructl

11

·UO,O(JO. The uIlItcd

"fIlli amount elm' fr

1m

sou.r-es:

The Columbia Conference of AUl!Ustana

Church

IS

fllr a mimmum of

pledged

The NLCA Churchc� of P. L C. Arc<L._..

W. M. F

lin�d bellW

�harge thi llbJig.mon. The remodd1l1g

the immeJiate ubjectlve' call

gener

the follow1l11

n ut

Jubih:e C003tructiun program

obugatilln.

....................

YOlir hdp rhe

building progrdm

call

Accept this challenge

.

.

. . .....

a ne To

..

_

.

.. . .

Chapel

the .'otI1h of tomorrow.

a.nd

be Announced

Golden Jubdee 11

6)',00,-

$40,000

.Und teomned

be- reahzc!u chi C1

.

....

1,"0,1)00

10,00

yedT.

re:p(J)t..�lblllty to

\

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The ttGolden Jubilee" Brin9s

ti

t

Chri

u

n

high

r

:<ill

au

n,

th

Golden

Jubilee year marks the beginning of a program of building and renovation, the ultimate ob1ec足

tive of which is the campus plan shown on the next page.

Thanks to the loyalty and generosity of friends, this dream of expansion is rapidly becoming a reality.

"Old

Main," which was truly built to last by farsighted pia-

neers, are

IS

being completely remodeled. The DORMITORY ROOMS

being transformed into ;lttractive, modern quarters.

NEW

OFFICES with up-tn-date equipment, have been constructed for the

administrative officials.

CLASSROOMS and HALLWAYS have

been refurbished and CONCRETE STAIR WAYS are to be built from basement to roof to insure greater safety.

GI::-;l;H. .... L On'lcY.. HALLWI\Y CIl .... PI:L


GIRl

DOR IITORt

New Facilities and Accommodations NEW GIRt as

materials

erected

in

lIile

D are 1912,

available. will

be

T�1

olq

as soon

gymnasIUm,

recons tructed

as

the

SCIENCE BUILDING provided with modern, com· pletely equipped laboratories. will

he

A ne\v MEMORIAL CHAPEL

erected and the present chapel building will be reo

modeled into a COLLEGE COMMONS, and a modern CEN· TRAL HEATING PLANT is to be installed in a separate building. The completion of all of these projects in the immediate future is assured. The funds already pledged provide for the achievement of these parts of the Golden Jubilee Plan. The accomplishment of other equally urgent parts of the Golden Jubilee Plan depends upon the good will and generosity of the citiz;ens of metropolitan Tacoma.

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50

o

100

, 200

150

LZPLAN.ATV..RJV .!KLY Til) .EUILNN6§

A· ([)I.ID MAIN BUJILDJNb NOW

VNDERGOING

COMPLETE

1)-1LnBRARY

COMpLETE EYCEI'T FOR

"TACCWAS

.5TAC.-fS

REMODELLING

IINSID� FIN/Sit.

PAAlT IN (fOLOEN JV/3I.J..Ee PLAN. '-

C· GYMNA§ll UM AND '"TACOMAS

.§WIbfNIAY&'pD€JL PLAW.·

PART IN GOLOEN JVI3I.J..ee

D· §{:[1E.N�IE. BU][n...JDlI�d; TO BE �e8VILT FROM OLO 6YMNAJIUM

GOLDEN

As PART or:

JUSILEe

PLAN.

E - cbnJRJL§ 1D{)1R..M:n.1rOlRY

TV BE t;vILT A.5,PARTOr GOLLJEN JuelLEE PLAN.

F MIE.1McD1R.nAL CHAPE.lL .

ERECTION TO LJ.E COY.ERCO BY CWe

G - HlEAlrIING

pL.EL:1GE

lPlLAN1r

TO BE LJ UIL TAS'pA.IlT Or 6oLocN./uLJILe ,oL'AN.

H· ([;OMMON§ OLo

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.

CHAPEL

�lR.1EJEN1H{)UJ�1E TOBEaU/LT A.5,PARTCY6oLOEH .7u81L.EZ .PL4N.

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I5lUnn...[)nN<G

roBE MOrEL) A-+'0 REAlODELLEO

DOIR.lMnl[([)lRY

PLANNED FOR FUTURE

eXpANSION.

K GRJR[.§ lDOlR.MIT([)]R.Y -

PLANNeD ,FOR FUTURe

EXpANSION.

L 1PlRE.§nlD1E�l[§ R1E§IDlE�C1E. -

L31/1L.T IN 1,?.30

M - ][N£nlRMA1R.Y PRESENT �ESIOE;YCE TO Be RcLJUILT.

N· <GOL1F {:!LUlB 1H([)lU§1C


Tacoma's Part-

ACOMA O

C.,

has contributed to the

growth of P. L. gift being the

our special

magnificent new

library building built with funds

given by the people of Tacoma. This build足 ing filled

a

real need.

It not only houses

the library with its spacious study hall, but also contains

additional class

offices for the teaching staff. tributions

made

in

rooms But the

1936-1939

were

and con足

not

sufficient to finish the building a ccording to plans and specifications.


\

The Library

C)HE

STACK ROOM is not equippe u with the shelves and other

facilities needeu to make it u:>able. This means that books and papers are te mporarily shelvcu in the stuuy hall, the librarian's office, or in storage rooms where they are not reauily �{(ce s' sible. To relieve this crowueu condition and to give adequate protection to the books and service to students, the stack room should be completed at once. The ventilating system is incomplete anu parts of the interior of the reauing room and the librarian's office have not been finisheu. The completion of this task is imperative to meet tomorrow's needs loua),.

The

job we began in 1936 will

be completed

in 1944

as a part

of Tacoma's share in the Golden Jubilee Plan.

L 11)1 \ ,\R I .... X 's OH·'CL Rl:PAlR. ROOM STI'OY H/\LL


Tacoma's Part-

O

HE experience of war has taught us that youth must physically fit .

be

It has also taught us, unfortunately, how

many of America's youth were unfit service in a world at peace.

-

unfit for war

In the post war period as

never before, colleges must develop healthy bouies as a basis for alert, clean-thinking, Christian citizenship . Handicapped by the lack of adequate facilities, P. L. C. has in the past striven to proviue a well integrated program of physical education for both men and women co-ordinated with a complete health program and directed by highly trained specialists.

here

at home, who have thrilled at the

performance

of

V\!e,

P. L. C.路s


The New Gymnasium I

football and basketball teams and who have seen members of these teams obtain national recognition for their prowess, are all aware of some of the accomplishments of this department.

But behind

such spectacular achievements is the broad program of physical education aimed to bnng health and physical fitness to every stu足 dent in the college. It is time that P. L. C. had a gymnasium equipped with all of the facilities essential to such a program and to the development of new championship teams when the boys come back. It can be secured with your help. and vicinity is for

a

new gymnasium!

The challenge to Tacoma

[_:::


Gifts by Corporations Excess Profits Tax Savings

-

85�%

Increased Gifts at No Extra Cost

The net effective corporation excess profits tax

Because of the increased excess profits tax rate,

imposed by the Revenue Act of 1944 is 85'Y2%

these corporations this year can contribute ap­

after allowance for a post war refund of 10% of the tax.

Corporations subject to this tax

can

therefore make substantial contributions in their own names to PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE at

proximately 31 % more than last year at the same net cost. For example. a contribution of $100.000 in 1943 would result in a net cost to a corporation of $19.000-a contribution in 1944 of $13 1,034

a

would likewise result in a net cost of $19.000.

net cost of only 14Yz% of the gift. The remain­

In order to ta1{e advantage of these excess profits

ing 85'Y2%

is.

in

effect. contributed

by

the

United States Treasury through the tax: saved by the corporation.

tax rates now in effect, corporations may wish to

pay their contributions during 1944 out of their current excess profits earnings. The net cost of varying amounts of contributions are shown low:

"fl UWU INCOME

Contributions by Individuals

Slo.ooo

IAXABU INCOME

the net percentage cost per gift by individuals in different income

S20,Ooo

the net cost of a 15'% gift in the different income brackets. Tax.

TAXABU

savings to individuals with incomes under $5'.000 range from 23%

IN(OME

to 29%

S30,ooO

Amount of Gift Limit)

'Tax Savings

Net Cost to Individual

$

5'32.5'0

6';�o �

$

TAXABLE INCOME

217.5'0

$5'.000 ........................

$ 75'0

10.000 ........................

1.5'00

945'.00

5'5'5' .00

20.000 ........................

3.000

1.35'0.00

1.65'0.00

30.000....................... .

4.5'00

1.5'90.00

2.910.00

40.000 ........................

6.000

1.840.00

4.160.00

5'0.000 ........................

7.5'00

1.920.00

5'.5'80.00

YOU PAY

4S%� ......

groups. The table on the opposite page shows the tax savings and

( l'i % Deductible

==-

The following series of charts illustrate the tax savings and

'Taxable Income GToups

YOU

S40,ooO

YOU PAY

3Si%1 YOU PAY

30i%iI .....

TAXABlE INCOME S50.000

I

YOU PAY

2Si%1

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