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PLC's Chapel - Music - Speech £ONTRAC S AlVARDED F R BlJILDING TO COS1' lPPRltXlMATELY $625,000

Bids fo r the Chapcl-M usic-Specch huild i n g w. re ope"ned in tht: College on June e. Three Tacoma finns w c r C awarded contrac ts totalin�

part of twenty or thi rty lc adi n .1t Ta­

be

hope that that sum will be re ach ed

9%,

which

equals

good

will

and

01<

f ri en dline ss

the

colTla people give the adminis tration

the

by

31,

December

1951.

Added

to

­

that is a special chapel pledg'e which

will be vcry imp ortant in the com

plete furnishing of the

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ran Church, at its annual convention held in the Stu­ d ent t: nion B u ildin " at th,� College June 5 to 9, unanimou 1,. passed the following es' o lutio ns presented by the S t ewa rds h ip and Finance Com-

: American Luth

r

b uildin g. And

finally, it will be essential that the

W"HEREAS,

tIOn, which dq)('nds upon the. ye rly

must be added other eq uipment

offeri n gs in the congr('gations� \vill

curtains, stage be this yeo r and next year Illaxilnurns '·quipmcot, ('te., which mak� the: in lhe ingathering. tou'll pproximately $625,000. Class of 1950 Pled.ges $7,500 COM The Board of Trustcc:.es and the ETlON rATE: Sp e cial mention should be mad" Business M;1l1ager of lhe Colle g e of the pkd"e of $ 7 ,50 0 made by the ha.ve S]J('nt 111any Inonths going ove r G radu ati ng Class of 1950, this su m Located d irectly west of Old Main, lhe po::i5ible snllrccs of incornc in 01"­ to bc used in paying for the steepie the bui l din g will form a q uadrang le de.r to CQver the cost of the same. on the building and tower chimes, with the ':'clcnCe Hall, Library and !!edh;os8 to say to the m<wy well­ as pianos, chairs"

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inIonntd fr iends of the Co ll(, g e , this

will not be an easy task for thos

whom the

res ponsi b ility

falh

hours a nd give mus ic at chepe! time

On

Old Main.

O�'cr 21,000 Square Feet

The buildi ng' will be' 2:l1 feet long

as the stuclents, faculty and admini­

s t rat ion corne and go from that im­

lIlost

heavily. In addition to the cash on

and

154

wid:-.

f eet

It

will

cover

2 1 ,7 2 8 square feet on the ground. >1' cOlllparisoll this is abollt 50 (Ic, Thus, it is evi dellt to eH'ry reader larg er on the g rou nd than is Old cation Appeal in the E.L.C. to come of these l ine s that th e contract has lhrough with its $2,000,000 goal in�{ain, which was set up on the cam­ been let and the build ulg is in pro­ tact. It will be necessary for thc pus and dedicated on October 14, hand a.nd in banks, it will he I1L'CCSry iQi' the U nite d Christian Edu-

Northwestern District

to

reach its

.n;I:::11 . �(,;;l of �!(JO,OOO. It ..':ill L._ neces�ar'Y t 0 ge t tl 1C Sllppor t 0f "" · Tacoma ' lh e pe{')p1 c m W re fund tl Ie en t·lre $250 , 000 Wh'· Ieh was spen t on the .gymnasiuIII where there is stll' l

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class d ay m orning.

cess of being set up with a great deal

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Appeal Gaining The

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lhe Evanclical Lutheran Church au-

!-lin·her Educ at ion , the same in the

i Ilt ncst of Pacific L u the ra n College,

and WHERE,\S, the. Board of Thursday, June

, ,

the

M U SI c-Spee ch .

$528,000

of

tracts, plus

8, let a con t r act for new Chapel-

of . th::

ercetion

!

lor

bUlldmg-

for

the

fIxtures

bringing the total to

thorrzed an app.. al for Its tw h m c , -, $600,000, and

st t lJlions of learning in the amaunt

Trust'e5

PJcific Lutheran C oil (. g e on

of

!I

1948 b i e nn i al convention of

.

mUll! goal of . 100,000 for Chri�ti:an

LS

a

total

general con­ . and fU � rllt u re, approxI m a tel y un-

01 $2,000,000. It rs h ardly necessary dcrst()od that the full amoLlnt of to mention that the pro gress of th" '

appeal has been "slow, but sure." To . dal" the total rer:;eIpts amount to . 1. ] ] "'I ,,') 00 ,000 . It a itt e 11 Ion:: tlan ,D n1cans that bc:.fore the l.nd of 1950

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WHEREAS,

it

definitely

$100 000 is abs o lu te ly ('ss ntial to . ' nd· �.. rec t l on 0f sal'd bUI'Id'lng, d

,

th

WH ERE A S a num b e r of the par. ' .. he Ch2.rr· �/r.'�;(-'-��I'F'rh huilti­ ....... ltt!"r-.. hkss the thousands of 1:Jllc:') 111 Lh....:: �'V"''''''''';·I:':':,j.!.er:-£ n' • • ing w il l Corm tJ1C up. i "h t part of the . friends of the Co!!ege with . wlllmgare already in process of raising the . . . "T" shaped buildin� and will run the c on g-rr' g atL ons of the E.L.C. will ness t o support the lnst l tutlOn with minimum allocatiol< to each parish This l .$800,000 almost -ais" to h0.\'[' e cast and west with the main nt rance . their prayers, good will , the young .\0 t h at '279 familiL.;i ha\ " contributed on the east faci ne[ Old Main. The call be done ! It is ve ry important peopl" who are to be students and a total average of $ 77.69 per pledge. 51, g�, music a nd .;p "ch sect i ons will that this goal is re ach e d, especially fut ure leaders, with gifts both large and be in 3 thre e -s to ry unit runnlllg for Paeifir'" Lutheran College. If we WHER �AS, tht· plan f or the In­ and small, so that the name of God fail in this appeal, it will me.an that n orth and south. I will lw glorified and His kingdom g a th ering as outlined by the Amer­ the Coll ege will need to borrow Seati ng lor 1200 ica n Lutheran Church 'such sets built through Christian higher edLl­ of faith involved. Let us pray that

I God

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portant hour at 9AO o'clock each

hureh hilS carlier, t hrou £h its two

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UGUST 14, 1951

. 'orthwestcrn

the

American Llltheran

onfc:rences, res olve d to set .a n1ir·-

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United Christian

which will ring out. the daily c la ss

r

The Northwestern D i s t i ct of the

"�"'f

Roll Call :;md Dn'c!opmcnt Associa­

approxinwldy $25,000. To thi� fig­

ure

legal fight to expect th is , but the

nTchitect's f,c plus he -W ashingto n �ak !ax, fo r a total of $47,598.3 . Thus the buildi ng without furnish­ ing tlnd equipment will cost $5 7 6 ,­ "i69.39. TIle seating in thc main bu ildi n c; for 1200 people wi l l cost

.:i.uch

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. 85,675 to be raised. P.L.C. has no

, 528,87l. To this basic figure must added

ing to Become Reality Northwest District Unanimollsly Bauks Appeal for $100,000

1894.

will

(atioll for the

and th' world.

The au ditor iu m will s ca t 900 on Speech buiding. tire main Door and 300 in the bal-

Ch ur ch, for AmericJ.

money to complete its Chapcl-1'.1usic-

1951

eady in

COllY, for a total scating- capacity of

1200. The balcony

Construction of the new Chapel-

·

with

Music-Speech bu il ding is under way.

1951-

f i rm,

designed

torium so that it 'an

II'.

Kenneth

li 1-fanagcr at the

J aco bs,

t I 1(;

l

lVfembns

Plant

of

C\Try m crn bcr of every co ngr egation

goal

as s i gned

Eigh ty

pcr

for

it

th e

cent of t hat

for a generous g ift for the

appeal.

school in

its area, this solicitation to take! place

goal has

beginning

Sunday,

Ju ne

or on some late r date: . . . the co ngn:gatlon,

been achieved by July 1, 1950. With

six lllon th s to go, \\'e should go over . . t ] Ie top lrl th e PaCI'f'lC D'ls t n ct. Th e . . R ()Ck'Y '{ l\' QUntaln D'lstrrct h as go ne

11,

1950.

selec ted

by

1, H f. REF 0 R E, BE IT RE . -

I S(JL \' E will

br the alTa under THA ,wt: e xtend our thanks and possibly reach 200'10 of its minimum the balcony. This will leave a seating ap pre ciation to the p st ors and lay closed off, as can

; ol l: " c, will be the

clr-rk-of-the-works.

be divided into be

th ree sections. Th' balcony can

build ing an d w i ll s uperv ise construc­ tion.

U niv ers it y chairs so that it can

here will be curta ins in thc audi-

Lea- Pear son and Richa rds, l'acoma

atchitcctural

� quippc d

be utilized as a largc lecture room.

It is "":pc ted that the bu ildin g will be complet d by SeptcmbCl' 1,

will be

forth the program to simply contact

he Pacific D istr ic t

will vcry likel y reach the min.imum

area l the largest

c apa c ity of 600 in the

to

the

the �tag-c.

c ose st

over the top almost 70'A and goal .

The

was

fuL lowing

n:solution,

a

people of the variuIls congregations

which

who have already started the solid-

til tio n

p res e nte d to the biennial con­

and have set the high stand-

B uil din g Commitkc include Dr. Ii. vc nt i on of the Evangelical Lutheran educational circles on the Pacific ard of giving as an G"Xa lnpl e for the L. FosS' of Seattle, Ch airman; the Ghur<:h by thc C h u r e h Council Coast . It w ill b 31) fcd de,> p ane! others who have jillt gotten ready Rev. F. ]. Molter, 'ice-Chairman, through its Secretary, Dr. Nils Kev­ 72 feet wide. There will be a steel to start 01' who \�111 be do ing the Pastor of Luth(�r Memorial Church en, was unanimously adopted by the C(ridirion 54 feet above the stage work during 1950, and in Tac oma ; Dr. S. C. Eastvold, floor, and the distlmce from the General ' onvcnt ion : "]3. it res lved THAT, the Northwestern District Pr sid en t of the College; Morris E. that every effort be put forth for the floor to th e top wiIl be 75 feet. in Convention assembled ur"cntly chools fm­ Ford, Superi ntt:ndt'nt of earli ·t po ss i ble completion of this Orchestra Pit requt'st every pastor and delcga tc at the Franklin Pierce School D istr i ct task and tha.t cOllgregations not havThnc will be an. orclH'stra pit m th' Convention, to gd hc r with tvr.ry Parkland; Arne Strand., Principal of . ing co m pleted their ingathering - be IlH":'Illber in every c.ongrcgatlon front of the stage. Excavation facili. to Sumner High School: Fran c is E. urged to do.s o at the artiest possible ties will be included so that some join wholeheartedly toocther in th' " Edlund of l.lympiiL . • . opportunitv." ThU5 th· stamp of ap, time in the futu re an h y draul ic 5ySltl"athcnn" so th:H the full mml" proval has been pl."lced lIpan the Fourth �lajO[ Projc t tem can be i nstalle d to r a ise the . 1 be reach ed or passed , mum noaI '" wd pr gram of i gatherin�. This n<'w structure will be the orchestra a The stage will be

platfo rm to

in

the level of

.

. I

nd

The commIttee dcah ng WIth tIll, be added to the stage. TIL\ T, every confirmed member the P ac ific Lutheran campus in the ,\ fly �al kr y will be installed 20 under the a. b l � l a dc,rs hip Of Dr: an d c,' cry h ead of cvery family Mals Dale, ha, dLclded to u,e. th� should be c onta cte past f o ur years, under the admini- f c e t above the stage floor with d personally ac­ . ,tration of P resident Eastvold. he compktc system of counterwejghts . months of September, O ctobe r and cordLllg to the plan of the Ameri can fou r th major p roje ct to

library has been c omplete d and Id On one side of the ata.r{e then' wilI November for a gC IIL Tal "clean up" Main comple tely rcfurbi,;hnl at a bc a switchboard !'('om with glass of the appeal. Let us wOI:k, pray il �d coolbi ned cost of a bou t $:)50 , 000 panel facing' the sta·;e. n the other gIve so that the Church's record III p p cal dlLri.ng' tha t four-year period. side there will be, ,J. public addre s this import;r nt mid-century

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Luth c r<l.ll Ch tl rc h a nd esp e cia lly as

l set

forth in the re sol ut ions of the Northwestern Dist rict, "nd THAT, f'V ry p ast o r or delegate � The new building wiII be of rc- and radio control room. This will WIll ,tand out a� an examp k 0 1 what rcpn"cming the p a sto r at this Con­ inf or ccd con crete £onstru cti on, brick make it possible to broadcast pro- ca." be done wl.lcn faith and d:ter- v ention contact the Area K yman lI11nat'on ha\'t' Jr'Jrned together m a for the purpose of s<'(Curing veIH'C't'C1. w ith cast SlOllC trim. The graIns direc.t froIn the aud_i t or iu Ill. Ma.u u a ls, great enterprise. �C'neral typ' of are'hitcctLlrc and the s u ffi c ient pledge books for the rnHuge Pipe Organ

l

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colfjr

of uw orick and ,tom' will ha!'wit h the Scit!IlCt, Hall, Li-

monize

brarv ,md Studen t Union.

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:\

. huge

stc Ikd

pi p ,

in the

organ

wil !

au ditorium

. (Cuntinued on

be

1Il­

with the

'I'Iage Four)

The

gave

a

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general Church convention galhering, and to announce the dates I unanimous forward r.narch when it i '!lI:p cc:t e d the solicitation

command. Let's all go!

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The hopes, aspirations and dreams a

Pacifi

�t

Music Department

gr 'at

Lutheran College arc dc:fl-

itdy under way. After many years

of study and planning, the Board of 1950,

passed

the

following

will

b

Soloist

Depal'tm nt is i� need of cxpanSIOn

and r orgamzatIOn both as to cur­ riculum and staff, and

of

"WHEREAS, the title of Director

ssohn

Toronto

Choir,

leading

I'cturned

Mendlc-

oloist BBC

o v <:: r s ea S

programs,

solist

for

itone and Chorus

Master, The Carl

�?

Rosa Opera Company. During 1 4 -

44 he returned to Canada to rCJom

].

F rederick Newnham

Mr. Karl E. Weiss, Ce-

the Reserve Army Unit (6th canadian

Machine

Gun

Corps),

trans- I

uniforms

equipment

and

make up the nucleus of his band and

St.

m:ny, appointed principal lyric bar-

band

and to solicit the students that will

and

orchestra for the coming year. One of his superintendents made th

in" for Radio Luxemburg and Nor-

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il..

will be to spend the $4,000 on hand

Michael's Cornhill Festival, record-

\

and

the att(�ntion of J\,fr. Christophersor,

England,

regional, national

Profcssor

The first projects that will occuP.

Symphony,

London,

to

by

faculty of P.L.C.

bor, Battle Creek. During 1938-40

he

Music has been alternately held Mr. Gunnar

the

used

Mrs. F. Byard Fritts of the rnu

University Choral Union, Ann Ar-

during r cent years by two very able

musicians, namely,

of

most

choral groups in Ontario,

"WHEREAS, it is the conviction .

with

being

now

Music and Diction, Huron College.

a reality on the campus, and

Music

peeted that he will occupy the hous>

Male Choir, and lecturer in Church

Music and Speech

of the Board that the entirc

latter part of August, and it is ex-

vatory Singers and Huron College

within the ncar future the new build­

I,

with his wife and two children the

Orchestra, Western Ontario Conser-

resolu-

Lutheran. He will arrive in Parkland

ductor Uni\'nsity Choral Union and

I

e

Mr. Christopherson at Pacl flc

cess of

.

I

"WHEREAS, it is expected that

ing for Chap

d

�:��!::�s �: h:sS h:I����:;� t�: s ��

University of Western OntarIo, con-

Tru�tees at its medincr on April 1 3, tions:

His success in scholarships, as a

RE-O RGA ...I�1 1 Z ES MUS I C DE p T.

P. L. c.

for

August, 1950

IFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE SU M MER NEWS BULLETIN

lowing

Harley I. Christopherson

Orch•• tra

Pacific Lutheran Collegc has been Band and

mmt fortunate in securing the serv-

remark:

"Mr.

fol-

Christopher-

son's only fault is that he works too

I hard for his own health. He has tht'

! good

habit

of

getting

along

with

people and strictly tends to his own busine s. "

iccs of Harley I. Christopherson, age In the various positions Mr. Chris­ ferred to Training Branch under the A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M, ! 36 to take ovcr band and orchestra pcctiveiy, and . tophcrson has held he has receiv d Dept., Ottawa, supervIsor Labour Bor;tone and Org�n - T ·ac,�er of Singing during the school year 1950-51. He "WHEREAS, it is the conviction the testimony that he is able to take in charge of Training Schools Dcand VOice Prod uc Ion I' .S a graduate of Augustana College, of the Board that it would be to the raw material, and in a very reason) 'fense Industries Ltd. (smaII arm�, best interest of the College if both Following considerable eorrespond-I some broadcasting for the CBS WIth Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1934. He able amount of time bring them of thl's", xcellent musicians were to r:nce and a personal metting and the Symphony for War Loans. In received the Master of Arts degree around into a concert band and 01'­ niversity of Michigan, Ann at the be drafted into leadership and rc- audition with Fr ederick L Newnchestra quality. He is a teachel 1944 he was transferred to Calgary Arbor, Michigan, and the Master of spollsi ility the exp nsion pro- ham, age 46, the same bemg held equipped to give lessons on all band and was soon aftcr appomted orga.ncess, and in the WCAL studios in Minneapo- ist and choirmaster of Wcsley Umt- l'vfusic from the Univ'r sity of South and orchestra instruments, as well Dakota, Vermillion, S. D., in 1946. "WHEREAS, this whole program lis, Minnesota, a cont ract was SIgned cd Church, founder and conductor as voice lessons. perience in band, He ha.s h, d wide Mr. Christopherson IS a member should be initiated at once to be for the (omin school year, 1950-51, of " llied rts String Enscmble and prepared for the full usc of the n 'w with the Pacific Lutheran College of the Wesley Choral Society, and orchestra, and as a voice teacher, of the American Lutheran Church, in Roc k 'Valley, Iowa High School, D('p�rtm"nt of J\,fu�ie. bcilities, Aberdeen, South Dakota. . lecturer for the University Wornc�s ndt'rwood, S o u t h Dakota (\"w The coming of ,rr. :\1ewnham to Club, Adult Education Dept. SOIOl�t "T HER E FOR E BE IT RE­ High School, Leola, South Dakota Four profc,so ' cnildrcn, who are 'oin our �ta[f brings to the fore the CB C western networks, Women s SOLVED High School and at Aberdeen, South If ae't tll'l ,yi\'en recitals in the youn est in their respective fami­ ton, Edmo , t 11(' has .., lga n Music Clubs, Ca r y, "THAT, [or the time beinl-; the berdeen Dako ta Hirrh School. The l ies. , and who haw' been in s . hoo 1 . Jlvf 1 aI :ew York, Nfontreal, To- Regina. Conductor ExcelSIOr London, '" title f "Director of horal Music" e So uth Dakota High School I on of S e uest torrcther almost constantly since thl' a been has and etc., g C hoir (General J\,fotors), broadcasts be 'l'i\'cn to MI'. Gunnar ]. Malmin, ronto, the outstanding institutions in its He was OVl!r western networks. fir�t grade, wcn: in this year's grad­ artist and on B.B.C. N.RC. and that th title of "Director of class in the field of music. The school ,'ducated at BOl'ough chool and uating class. Th e y an, Lawl'1 nce Insu'umentaJ 1\1 usic" be given to Mr. During the past three se�sons emplo�s a full time bandmaster and ndrews, Fife, I ' Hauge, son of DI'. Pllilip E. Haug : Karl E. WeiS!, respectiv Iy, with the j 1adra� College, St. ewnham, s puplls have taken e\ ery n aSSIstant bandmaster. as served he Dean of the Coli c: and RegIstrar, requ .st that they share the responsi­ Scotbnd. In 1916-1919 major 3\vard in the local and pro-, Mr. Christopherson took ov'r thc lIckn Ramstad Kyllo, daughter eaman Cadet Merchant Fleet Aux- vincial festivals. Th y have also rep. bilit in thc music program which orchrstra at the Abcrdtt:n H I g h Re a v. A. 'v\', Ramstad, Professor ll1 Munition Transport Section. resented lies immedtatcly before us in the ili ry, Alberta for three years in S nbc.!' in the chool with fifteen attended Maril n Pflue"cr, duu h­ he Ch�mistry; 1922 to 1919 From C !lege, and the Dominion Wide "Singing Stars organization and today it h as 65 tel' of Dr. J. P. Pflu>g r, ProLs or Madras C Urge, St. Andrews, Fife, . Toronto, in program Tomorrow" of "THAT, a Committee on Reor­ members in a state-wide wlllnIllg in Religion anci Philosophy; and Scotland, ,nd \'I, Ol'ganist and choir two of them reaching the semi-finals. ganization be established to consist oroanization in cont lS wi h other Richard Svarc, on of Rev. T. hurch, St. An· master at St. James was singers young his of Another of the two ntIem 'n foremcntioned schools. He also has placed in naS\'are, Professor in Norse and Gerdrews, Sc tland. F om 1922 to 1925 awarded a $500 scholar hip by the togct l<'r with the D an of the 01tional contests. man. he was a student at the Royal Acadseason Conser ast Toron . vator to l lege with the responsibility for re­ :\t the tilll Dr. E a stvold i.ntcrOn an evcrngc of once a week tbe Music, London, En:rland, (Tny of This season the Birks Awards Scholorganization, and that tileir plans, viewed Mr. Christophen; on at Aber- past s or of nearby Luthnan churches as istant organist and choir master arship (Vocal Division) "las also program nd recommendations be d('�n South Dakota, he was holding hav e s pohn to the students at the olumbia Ohurch of Scotland, SI. awarded to one of his singers, with �Ilbmitt('d to the President of the an oirer to take over the entire music regular Colle e chapel period hel London, assistant conductor Lonanother taking second place. This oil 'fl". for approval as soon as pos. department of the Boise, Idaho, pub. carn mornin� at 9:40 a.m. don's Scottish Choir and accompan- was Provincial Wide. sible following this Board meeting." lie seho Is. Preferring to be in colWedding bells pealed many tim Male ist Great Eastern Railwa s Mr. Ncwnham has been a member leg(� and to work with the young Following Tveral sessions by the Chorus. from 1925 to 1927 he was during the lat . spring and early of Rotary since 1933, with his extra- people in a Christian college, Mr. "COlTIlnitt 'e on Reorganization," it summer for P.L.C. twosomes. Again supervisor of music Scottish Educaincluding- golf - Christopherson turned down that was decided that the entire Music tion Department, Cupar, Fife. From curricular activities this summer we have had many ing, fishing, sailing and hunting. He fine offer to work at Pacific LuFaculty pr sent at the College should membcrs of the student body making 1927 to 1933 h was head of the is a member of the Anglican Church. theran. be re-engaged, It was also regarded I d rtnlhnt ,. tbe trip down the aisle. All of us at voca'pa ,and ,associate pro3. a "must" that a Mr. Tewnham visited Scoti and'III I ull time man fessor of organ Acadia University, f Pac.I. 'fI'C Lutheran ,ollege J' 0 i n iD 1949 returning to Canada in 1950. leather with a baritone quality of Music (singing performers), Lon- praying God that the ova Scotia, conductor of Acadia bc t possible T voic. should be engaged, as well as Duri�g the time he has been in Win- don, England, holds a certificate of Madrigal Choir, Chorus Master Opblessings will be showered upon these a full time dir ctor of band and nipeg, his pupils have been awarded m�rit in organ and pianoforte teachera tic Society, and lecturer in high young people who emter into home. orchestra should be added to th three open vocal scholarships. They ing. He is a silver medallist, organ making and into their careers. school music meth�ds. He was s?loalso took most of the open vocal playing and choir tr ining R.A.M. staff. After careful investigation, two :l. , ist with all the leadlllg choral unIOns Nin�ty-nine cadet teachers from �xedlent musicians in these two I s awards at the 1950 Manitoba He holds a teacher training c ertifi- the P.L.C. in Nova Scotia. During 1933-35 he c as. Department of Education . fields, respectively, have been seM He founded the Win- cate, R. t A.M., English Educational "ained their first actual was head of the vocal departme�t I . USIC Fes 1'val, tcaching '" cured and will join the staff on Male Choir and has Dcpartment. g Rotary DalhO S e Mu o s rv tory of experiene during the spring scm sC � e � �i. e ( U i �:�: the guest soloist with the WinSeptember 1, 1950. Pacific Lutheran College is most ter in the mverslty) and Mantrme Acade�y elementary and h i g h . nipp g Ladies Music Club.His church fortunate in securing this intcrnaPIctured h rewlth l' USIC, , 'I n Church MUSIC . . page are I 0f 1\f ' on thIS Iect urer schools in Tacoma and P i e I' e .. . . . . . hoir has made a numbe r of very tionally known mUSICIan . to Jom its county. the two new teachers with their and Diction, Pine HIll DIVllllty Colvitas, and the teachers who are pres- lege, Halifax, founder an� conductor �uccessful broadcasts over the CBC m usic faculty. He is an artist in r----_. . �ntl opera, recitals, voice placement, in� on the staff \vith the small cuts of the Y MCA Male ChOIr, HalIfax, network during the past season. and as an organist and taken from the 1950 SAGA. It is soloist CBS and NBC networks ' r.e� Frederick L. Newnham is an asso- t>'rpretation, . WI'th .." gTeat deal of pleasure that cital Town Hall, New York, w .lg- ciate of the Royal Academy 0f 1 M USIC choI'rmaster. It is expected that Mr. APPL Y FOR ENTRANCE t h administration presents t h i s more Hall, London, Eng. Dun�g (honoris eausa), a licentiate 0f th e Ncwnham will arrive in Parkland BY MAIL . . Mrs. Newnharn September 7. splendid facuItv MUSIC ( u smgl'ng �bout J of musicians to the 1935-1938 he w as director 0f musl c, Royal Academy 0f . with hcr aged mother in _ present and future students of Pacific 'vVestern O�tano Co�servatory, , Lon _ performers), London, E n Iand, an is living . cotla nd. Luth cran C0II ege. don" OntarIo and dIrector of mUSIC associate of the ROya CO Ilege of � .� � �s� � �� � :� � ___ Malmin ;nd

in

�.fr·1

I

I

�f

I

New Students

����� �

Gunnar J. Molmin, Director Cnorol Music end Choir

I I

Karl E. Weiss, Director

[nstrumenlal Music, Plano

NOW!

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PACIFIC L U TH E RAN COLLEGE SUM MER

Au · U b l . 1 9 :iU

PLC D E T. OF SPEEC During tlw past year th e Depart­

ment uf Spc" c b gave special empha­

sis tll d r " 111 a a n d i nte r pretive rt: ding. All of the pe rfurmance , were Ver )' well accept -d . The C u r­ tain Call C luu gn;w to a Inernbe rshi p of 1 05 s t llde nts. Th e proce ds of the p rodu c t i on

,' nou

. bIt cause:, Pa l kl. nd

s

I

E\, ­

at

".

of

tlH a n t

c

tours during the enti re school y�ar.

I

s

is s che du l e d to a tte nd meetings in

that dat". T h is is ra ther rare i n vicw of the fact that enrollments i n co i-

c h ief

to d e sce n d next fall and for a num­ be l' of ye a r s u n t il in 1 960, w h en i t

Yo rk and at C ol u m bu s ,

w I du rin€!

kgc s and un i ve rs it i es arc expe c tcd

h i o, the corn ing fall. One uf h is

activi ties

bee n

has

of

that

C ha i rma n of the S pf<c ial G i ft s C ornc a t i on

I 1 000

In fon'usies thl: combined squad w s sue.: ess f u l i n wi nni ng twelve first placc�, nine s eco nds and twelve third d u ring the eu mp et i ti v e year and t te n d ·d o n e less to urn a me n t than ill tht· pI' \'ious yt:ar.

,

I

Appeal

ill

E \'a n g l i c a l

the

Inc n ts a t P . L . C . are goi n g up year y e a r ma y bc the follow i n g : Im­ th e ;\mcri c a n L u theran Ch urc h . I n p r ove mt' n ts made in Cflm pus , buil d ­ addi tio n to t hrst' t h i ngs , a nd be in g in gs and equipmen t ; th,; re cords be­ th t·

$ 1 00.-

for

Appeal

i n the N o r t hw e s t ern D i st r i c t of

by

fc ss i o ns and at higher in t i tut i on

add ress('s before servic .. dubs a n d d.,f�a ttcl onl .' thre.. times the la.t S peech hif(h schools throughout th arra. ye l' ,lOd a half, wh ich i ve s to them T h e D epartmL· nt of Speech at P a Dr. S . C. Eas t vol d w as u n a n i mous one of t h e outstandinJ.[ records i n c i f i c Lutheran College is l o ok i ng 1y elected to th offi c r of F i rs t Vice untry. Ih

M r. Th odore Karl expe c ts that

t h t: ' l\

w i l l be i n c reased

II a d

v c ry

a

i n te re st i ng

and

Sln'ou th d ur i n g the c om i n g Yl"ar lit · ,,"rrival Oil tht: campus of duet of the b ·.st speakers from the high SdlUOI r"nks d u rin !) the 'car pa. t i we sta te 0 W a sh i n g ton, in­ clu d i ng onL n a t i onal champion or­ r.

year.

ne w

A

m<:mber of t h c

h i, M as ter of Art s at Northw ste rn l.: nivcrsity, ht.: is now co mple t i ng his

wurk (or the DoctOTS Degree at tht.:

Dllive ·ity of South(,rn California.

I

II

J e a n E. McGregor, A s s i s t a n t Speech, Drama

.. Ir. U tzin er st arted his tcach i n . . car ("I' at a rroll C oll ege In ,. iscon. s i n nd l uI' n i n e tee n years r("mai ed tht.: d i '"l" c t o r of that dep a rtment, d u r. . . illg w h i ch time hiS f o r en si c teams w(·n id.· acclaim , inc 1 Hdin one- na r t i nal P i Kappa Delta c hampions h ip .

Ca l iforn i a,

wh e re

h

taught part time at Whittir:r Colleg ..

in California_ The men i n the f i e ld

of sp"ech

Iollge t

hi€!hly.

who haY<' known h im the

n:c ommc n d

h·1m

thC

m os t

"I feel espt.:cially t h ril le d at bei ng

ab l

All

pre-medical

and

pre -de n tal

the P.L.C. Science Department for

in

me d i c al

the

services of M r.

.1', le ctur er, and for ens i c ·o:l ch," stated < l '1 V r. K ar1 , c h ai' rm a n � f th e

Itudents that were reco mme n ded by

placement

to se cu re

U t zin ge r, for h e has been k now n for a l on g time as an outstandin n- t eae h-

Studenl:s Pl aced and dental

of

the

w h i c h

Lutheran

th e ra n C h u rc h a t i t s

Home

a nd to th > ci t)

. Department of. S pee ch at P a C i f ic L u-

theran the

Coilege.

department

"This staff

one more I

add i tio n

is

to

s tep in mak ing our offerings among

the best in t h i s arca," he s tate d _ Mr.

U tzi n ge r

by his w ife and

Semester REGISTRATION 11

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Th rou gh

FR I DA Y, SEPTEMBER

15

Formal O pening S

NDAY EVENING , • EPTEMBER 1 7 - 7 :30 P.M. MEMO R I

L

will

specialize

in

�------�

two sons, both of

whom w i l l be a tt e nd in g Pacific Lu­ theran

College

this

falL

Thc

Ut­

zingers will make their h o m e

in

Parkland.

The Parkland Kiwanis Club

,

t<'n t i a r)"

Itle l" l i n s,

th,- Th ur da),

Churches .

tht"

special

in f). u f liqu r,

noon pr;,y"r I bar all-C ollrgc

l l I ' T t i ngs fo r prayer i n t h e "tudent . Ur rtl n BUI· Id·Ill g . t he rl'€!U I ar ('v rtI· n " . . . , d onTlltory ' 3 m:I d t ' \ otlons III th f: gIrl�

and

th

I

Students

th is

of

ber

year. He was bo rn a t

Pugct I s la nd , Wa s h i n gton, in Janu­

a ry of 1 92 0 . Ht· is ma rr i ed and ha

onl: c h ild three years of a"e. Hc was

are

than

as th ·

complete

an a u d i tor with the E.·cise Division

cardul s up e rv i s i o n

f

t ud c n t s ill

He wa s a t c a r h i n ." f( 110 at the Tnive rsity of W ash ing ton, Seattl , t ("ach i n " [! sta tistics in the S cho o l of E c o no m i c s and Busines • . He has be n a g ra du a tL ' n: ('arch 3 � istant at the U niv rsi y of W s h i nglo l l wilh rt'search of rat · ; a l st"[,'Tt'gatioll i n the

.

W l llt,·!"S t h r o u 'gh ou t the entIre pe nod

d u r i n g' the t w Ive month pt r i o i Je tw"l"n J u n e, 1 949, a n d June, 1 9 o .

pus

un-

Illcmbers.

( I as t ye:rr wa

a P . L . C . u; rad u ate , h as j u st fi n ishcd

Bi bl i cal Seminary in New

York in fu rthe r pre pa ra ti on for for­

eign missionary work . She will leave for India ( A.L.C. fiel d )

I ber.

i n Septem­

'

an

.

exccp t'Ion

p, riod o f snow .Ind icc

wh en a

to th e

assi�tan t

w i t h

p roperty va l uat io n d ivision .

t t C;oci ol :'y D t' p � r nl'· n . He ha$ h, d m i l i t a r

ser

\.he

·icc duty

n ite d . tatl's , 'avv March •

wi th t h e

1 94-2 to pri l ' 1 946. H is hob b ie a e ]lho t ogr3Ilh y and nu misma ti s. H is .

came

valuation

<I nd

I

<l

1l. Il"Illber of thc L ll t h ran t\ u!<Us.. �,' n o d ------

t� na

_____ west as in every other part of the . l )acific Lutheran College facu l ty na t'I on ) th C Illcreasillg ' nu�be r f Several facult y members hav b .('n .; . 0 melllber. con ti nue to he- ill demand pr· opl · m the w e s t , ru nnIng Illto te ns st u dent recruitL'rs in the va ri ou s hi " h as s p e a ke rs at local find ne a rby serv­ of t h ous a nd s of pe o pl t hat cam sch o o l , throughout 0 r g o n and . ice cl u b s , church!' and other organ­ hen th · � a t l O n was on wh e e l s dur­ W a s h i n gt on . The C oil - ge admini- � izations. A spf'a kers bu re au provided t r wa m n tho f o se w h o l c. l\1a y as w e l l a s th e B o ard .of jl m g s trat io n rt.:pre n t a ti v c; at n c a r 1 y all the , w e re i n the wc s t and w e n t ba ck Trustees is ve ry desirous tha t he c:hurl'hes o f tht' :\ or t h wc st e r n Dis­ ve ry fin st type of young people be a g a i n to their homes and associates trict i n p n ·p a r a t ion for th a ppf'al in the M iddle West ar a n-ain be ,.,i " '" n ad mItted to the C ol lege 'In the fa 11 . . w h i c h had iL o f f ; c ia l beginning ' on llln to �ome m to the area and s�nd ?, o f 1 95 0. Ju d g i ng by repo r ts , the . 1 1 ' 1950 . Ju ne the r chIl dr e n a nd young pe o le to

I

grea tes t and

top

re g ist er

thd r

number

ranking

at

the

valedictorians

of

studen ts

CoUrge

a ppl icationl

(or

September of 1 950.

cver

ha \'e

to

e n tran c e

teac.hers.

The

Washington

I

June I

gram

at

P .L . C . ;

and

lastly,

the

tea ch on both

the

clementary and

s e c onda ry levels after 1 95 1. It IS be-

.

before 1 9 5 1 p rov i d es

COurses

sary for elementary and

I leees -

scmndary

c e rt i fication.

Lowell Knutson, pre-seminary student

and

star ath l ete, was e l ected

P r sid e n t of the Associatcd Student

Body fo r next y"ar.

Pfluegcr.

a

member o t . .

_

Ln i w rs ; t y of S y ra cuse , in Syracuse,

friendlincss on the part o( teachers

New York. She will work for a M as ­ te rs Degree in the field of Guidance.

an d stud t:n ts is exempl a ry, many be-

l ieve.

She

summer soa rs. T he

Enrollment for

I

I,

U

J.

P.

a nd

sc hola rs h i p by

th

,

o rs l' ty of Oslo n l' v v

or\vay -

n · ge rso n' s �('cond Fulbrig'ht •

More t h an 1 00 persons registered . t h C reg'lOnaI P .T . A . Wor k S h op

which was he ld at P . L . C . July 10 t

lege has bee n s u ppl eme n t e d by spcthe fi el d of educa-

1 4. Delr gatt:s from

Hrst five-w(,ck t e rm of the

wes t(�rn

V,ra h i n g lon

S u mme r S ' sion o p e ne d on Monda ,

event.

1 4. Classes for th

part in the program.

I Ju n e

Dr.

for

level. The r(,<' lIl a r faculty of the C ol t>

tion. Th e

of

S D " p a rt m > n t of S t � t ' fo r rad . . � e " e g ua tt study in ec o n omi cs a nd h istory

.

. year fOI· t eac h mg on t h e Sec.ondary

I

a Fulbright

cd

III t h e

fi el d o f El e me nta ry Education for " � at thO' s t udcllts who w1sh to work for thetr . This is pn' nc l. pa I' S cred e n t iaI s, as wcll as for . . aw <a rd . t hos e seek mg to co m p le te th fl£l h

cial teaehc:rs in

daughter

Guttorlll Grcgerson of Lakewood, Washin gton, P .L. C. ' 46, was awa rd -

ers and students in ac c ele rat i n g thei r

progra ms. Courses are of fe re d

a

is

Pfluege r, Professor of Religion P h i loso h at P . L . C . p y

and 25. 1 949, approved a "Gen- I Summer Session e n ro l lm cl lt reae hc d e ral Ce rt i ficat " wh e reby p ros pcc- a new h i g h this year, indicat i ng i nt iv tea ch e rs may bc ce rt i fied to c re ased interest on th e part of tcach-

24

.

MarIlyn

the class of 1 950 of PacifiC Lutheran t t n d c ol l eg wh o w a nt to C o l l eg e , has been a w ar d c d a two� � . u nd c r the speclal Ch ri st I a n empha- year assistantship in the S c h oo l of I . . . SIS wh l ch IS at the top of the pro- Per sonnel and Counsc·l l i ng at the

S tate:

Board of Education, in session

I � th � Co l l ege ; not .l east � f a ll IS the . spmtual emphaSIS which attracts

in I people

filed !

eral Certificate, and in the i nterim

Dorothy M ey er of Kendrick, I da . ,

th

a well

un practices sllch as gambl in " :

I

t h a t have been on the cam-

s tudents

th e able l caders h i p of H erb c rt I l iev e d th a t th e needs o f you t h w i l l . . Socolo fs k y , raised $4 054 to be used I be serve d best by prOVid Ing teachers ' . . to purc ha se new band umforms. The a h ' hcr w 0 re eqUlppe d to teach at eil . . . . . f und was raised from thc sponsorshi p I ev' l . In a ccordanc e With thiS a c tI On . f C . o the ol l eg e Choir's homecoming PaCific L u t h e r a n C ollege has . . . . . oncen, plus solICitatIOn by Klwams p l anned its curriculum for the Gen -

. del'

a year a t

Dr. C. Eastuold will give {he address

beco mi ng

is

college

j o i n the C o l lege fa c u l t y in Se p tem­

up strict barriors a gai ns t thc d ri nk ­

and county

ja i l s , to MCI reil I s la nd federal f.)(" n i -

ing

Fall

th"

c omi n g fro m l o nger d i , t a nccs

I 1950 were pia ed, accord­ rad io and general persuasion and . . to Dr. W i ll i a m L. S tru n k, in will assist M r . Karl in the direction PacifiC Lutheran C ollcge has e nd char.lfc of th a t service a t the Col­ of comp e t it iv(' fore nsic s q u ad s . cd i ts first year as a college trai n i n g M r. U tz i ng e r will be acc omp an i e d I ge_ both elementary and h i g h school

webools for

of

known , not least of all in the v<l r i ous

Lu -

E va nge l i ca l

s

learn i ng : the eve r wide-ning areas ill

dormitories, w i t h the finc ·oops tudents e n t ion on t he part of t i n vuh-r· d ; P . L . C . i.s the ollly ccredthe b o y s ' dormitories nnd round it"'] senior Lu the ran College on the . . abo u t III th c h omes w he rr' th b y L'!ltl rt' P ac i f·IC oa s t , and indecd i n I·JV by tw os , f ours a n d 'xes. I th west t w-fifths of th ' n a t i ou ; the abo,'c all else, the: daily chapd se n'- in(;n·a sing at tr8ctions to t h o se who For so (TIl' twelve year hc co nduc te d ices a t Q :40 eve ry school day, h a ve arc learning to know ab o u t uS and . . fter Ir.av- a I I bcen s plfl tu a I expenelll:e . , T 0 the climate which m a k es it possibk his OWll radio p r o,\,rarn. . . . , Spll'ltU<l I f or s t u d en ts f rom <T, . L e co ld arcas to i ug .arroll .ollege he continued h i o w ' can fu II y estmlate trle . . . · g r:,duate work at the U m v e rs i ty 0 f I mp, ct W h'1 ('h i las ,gone 'mto l ' 73 I l\'C wh('fe the grass IS gree n most S o u t h e I' n

Th.oc!ore O . H. Karl, Cha irman Spa th Deportment

P resi d e n t

BU$in�ss A d m i n istration

M r. Wil l i am Eugene T or ge t will

bienn i a l ("011- ever be f ore ; the h i gh a c c re d i ta ti o n e du ca te d III Wahk i a k um H i g h ta ff i n tha t de partm e n t h a s been ven ti o n i n M inn e apolis , J u ne 2 1 -2 7 . wh i c h h as bee n awa rd ed to t h e Co l ­ Sch ool and has n·cr·ived the degre es a d dt: d who ha s a ba ck ground in the The Eva n �e1 ical Lutheran Church lege because of its t'_'(cellent facu l ty Bachel o r of Arts nd M. · t e r of A r at the L: ni \'C rs i ty of Wash i ngton. His fi ,:- ld of s p ee c h which i s both unique ha a m e mbe rs h i p of 8 1 5 ,000 b p- \ h i ch is ra ted among the b in i n a n c c alld Taxam a j o r i s Public tized members. a n d ou ts ta nd i ng . I cu l k TCS of ou r k i n d 'a nd gradc in I t i II, hi , millor Eeonomi Theory rncrica ; tit add i ti o n of many n w Nf r. Vernon Utzinger, age 4 9 , and Lahor. He is a n·lemb r of the comes to P a c i fic Lu t he ra n Col legc The re l igi ous activities at th e Col- r:ourscs and departments influence organized nand res e rve, 1946- 1 950. th e studt.:nts to come to the C o l i c e; the · with a wide academic ba c kg ro und . I ege h ave bee n nu me rous d u rIng He w a s a m e mber of tI e State Tax Having taken his B a ch e lo r of A r t s YC<l r. The M ission Sorit't}', L.S. ., type of program w hi c h exc.ludes s ueh Commission, Olympia, Washi n g ton , de 'T -c at North C ent ra l Co lle ge and the g- rou p s going- to the Old People's practices as socia l dancing and pu ts June, 1 94 7 t o J nr. 191·9 and was bll Sy

in

with

al

to

William E u ge ne Torget

i ng made by our grad uate s in pro- I

t lI, · College, he h as give n nu me ro us

fll rwa rd

w i ll

enrollment s

i c a . A m o n g the re asons why enro ll ­

President and Business Manager of

lc ad i n r debate t,;am h as been

the

of c o l l ege s and u n i v e rsities in Am e r­

Lu t he ra n C h u r c h , and as D i re ct o r of Ed u c a t i onal

ex pe c t e d

is

r�ach the high .st le vel i n the history

mi ttet of the U n i te d Christi a n Edu-

mon th .

Page T h ree

H e h as ��oken in The enro llment prospects for t h e the Pacific Northwcst to Texas, : nd . school year 1950- 195 1 on Ju ly 1 M i nn e o ta , and from Canada on the I were th hest i n years as cited on

'c

c: rl tt, W a s h i n'\' t o n , has been the re­ · · plerI ! . SOInt s peci al ente rt ai nme n t war. " ro d u ( ' d fur t he cnjoyment of the s tu d e n t bud }' an d fa cu l t

T

be n on

C oll ege., has

no rt h to C a li f o rn i a on tht.: south. II�

went to charit­ HUllle

the

E W S BULLETIN

D I N G 1I E n ro l i m ent For 1 950-5 1 Looks . E nco u ra g i n 9 states ranging from I

EXPA

· ···· '·.�E -r /;� -. - . Dr. S. C. East v old , PreS l d c n t

h � \;bt two yea rs the

Children's

_

ix counties i a tte nd e d

th

Leading educa tors from th

1 2, and closed on F ri da y July col l ege, ci t y and state systems took second five-week

term began o n M onday, July

and will e nd on F r i day , August ( To tal

ummel" en roll me n t:

The d ele ga tes ·heard .

1 7,

lB.

468 )

I

' pe rts in all

f i el ds of education. Some took the:

c O llrse for acad mic c red i t.


four

PaO"

Ath letic Loy a I ty Lea g u e N ewest O rg a n i z a t i o n I On

.

May

, org-a Olzallon

2 2 , 1 9 50, a brand new I aune h e d ,

was

to

t i tle boils dow n to

P. L . C . -

have

b ecause

same

membership

they

in

a

colleges

the

the

to

desired

organization.

which

Other

ente r

i n to

Lutheran

at

( C on t·mued from Pa"e ,, O n p- )

that

arc known to be tak i n g s i m i l a r

th ,-, r ,� w i ll he ;t he.a t i n ," "

s tag . T he organ in the C('ihn�.

'

I

I

eh arobe r� will he

2 6 fe e t h i g h for the const ruc.tion of

t o t he Boa rd o f T r ustees of sce n eI'

for plays. F o u r large d re ss-

o

e n ' s d o r m i tories.

Cloist.er ''''alk

A djacen t to � h� stage t here w i i l

he a room ,2 '� teLl b y 2 6 fe e t a nd

pl a n t for t h i s

a lso be of suffi­ c i c n t size t o h e a t t h e p r op s e d wom-

b u i l d i n g , and it w i l l

c ons I e up fro n t to th e Ir-ft of the

col-

fo r e the Bo a rd was a n authorization

,g i n' n

a

cr

' In a d d i t i o � to t h e elc ct i o n of of. I I ce rs, the chief matter that c.ame be -

.L.L:'

a

I

American

rs

n

ss

I Il'ges

letter over t h e s i g n at u rt's of M a r" "

i 1 00. It will ha"'� 1 6",24 foot clcf D rea m 0 C h ape I > a tcd stage. T h e re '�'II be three aux­ I II I ! tary rooms, mcludmg an announcof U niv e i ty Women. A o c i a ti o Mus.I C, Speec h s booth, a control ro o m and One of the demands from t h a t 01'dressing room. ga n i z a t i o n is t h a t women arc given - Bldg. Real. · ... "-ed In the bascrncnt of the b u i l d i ng place on the governing board the

be . t c p s .

as l � C "Pacific Luth��� Co�lege Athletic Loyalty League. ThiS

k nown

August, 195

P \ C I F I C L CTH E RAN COLL EG E S C MJ,fER :\ E W S B U.LETI1\'

. A clOI S t e r walk 1 5 planned between

I

the new west e n t ra nce of O l d M a i n

I

o nd

cast

the

new

the

of

e n trance

Ha r.�b.m a n , Pa c i f i c Lu th r r a n Col lt'ge to bOITOw i n g room s will be l o c a te d u nder r h e ' C h a pd-M u s i c-Speech b ll i J d i n g . T h i s \'11-:, Conch ; P h i l i p E. H a u g e , Dean ; money from t h e fed e r al KOV ' n men t s t . gr . r10i s tr r walk, which w i l l be a roof C o a ch ; l\.{a rv T m m e r-

� nd S, C" E a s tvold, Preside n. t , i�v i t e� � fo nner ,tud, n t , alum m , fa c u l t )

"II

and

sel e c t

a

n u m he r of friends

to

I

u t l d , .,. th e p ovisi on w h i c h h as been p a s s e d by C�o n gress to loan m o ney to colkges and u n iver s ities a t

was

to

c ont a i n

2 . 7 5 '1'0

b e e 0 m e cha r t e r membe rs of t h e i n t e r"s t with p r i n c i pa l to be repaid P. L . C . -A .LL . I n cl u dcd i n th e le t excec 'd forty years , fo r not teT a 1lI0no,\"r a m wh ic h was th e pu r p os c of bu i lding dormitorie made: u p in the colors o f tll ' Collr' 'c, a nd h o u s m g for studen ts a.nd faCUlty . hlack a nd ,,:01d , ma (' in the fo rll l n c 'd s h ous m g for at he Coll e g of a s t i c h r l ike I he R ed ..ross stick - l ea s t 2 00 ,,{ i ris. ' h e Boa rd of Tru s er, to plac,.d it] th c l'(;ar wi n d ow tees ha s al ready p as s ed r esolu t i ons to . or the a u tomoi J i le o r on the fron t se t up two hold I ng L OO

in

The a ud i t � ri l�m a n � d la � c l lobb y . . In S I Z , . I t W I ll 28 b y :lJ freet

w t l l be

display

cases, c:Ioak

(jvc r th e s i.d ewalk, i :; being des i g n,c d

,

f I rm

architectural

cated a t Spob ne. Wash i n g ton. plan s, t h e cordi n g to prese n

rooms

o r �econd floor I ew l, th (;rc w i l l

spccla.l

by a

a n d t i ck e t booths. O n the b alc o n y ,

be will h e

:llso be used f o r

a l o u n ,,:!' w h i c h w i l l .

_

h

sd on c e d a r posts w i t h C" d a r

hcams on w h i ch w i l l

a rt c xlllblts, tea , rc('qJl lon " e t c T h e � t h i rd floor Will be a de vo t I O na l

10-

Ac­ roof

I

Ir sandblasted

t h e l i fe of C h rist, Iw, nn l ng- from th,. .

n a t i "i ty to

c h apel which will scat abou t 7 5 pc r -

the resurrect IOn. S ho u ld

Gl:orgc Roskos Ad

M r. Georw, Roskos, agl' 28, gradU,\lul from th _ Farr.ll H i <;h School. F a rr c l l , P ' nnsyh a n i ' l , in 1 � I . H ,. u- radu a tcd w i t h th degree, Jlaehl!l r of Sticnce fIottI You ngsto vn Colle ge, YCl u n g s to w n, with a major In

t h is heC011lL a rea l ity, w i th a h u l l cu n 1 3 -fo ot ro, ' window , o f , board at t h e i n trrsc- c t i o n of t he s id r:. form h e ba �ktl ro p s t a In e d glass wtll wa l k that runs bct,vcc n t h c S CI�n,c : d o o r of the horne or a n y other plse.> ((u' ls e a h wh e n a n d If the muncy . t ht' chapel a ltar . It I S hoped t h a t and th t: Llhr. ry butld l ngli, � clOIster conv�lli .. llt . a rovided ral by tht w i l l be wa l k l l La y be i n c l u ded Il" tween tho f.-ch· c n be p somebody read i n g t hese l i n e s �' -he des i gn of the Athletic Loyalty , ' rnrne n t . i w i l l i n g- t o pay for th a t g rea t w � n d ow b u i d i n �',' a s well, o n wil i ch w i l l be a rt a n d a m i nol' i n educ atio n . He L" ague is to raise fund� to f!'ivc fi i w h i c h w i l l be above the a l t a r m th " " md bl a , l.c d the s to 'ry of sci"nce o n wa s t he Arm y A i r Force 1 9 4-2-1 .

d o n1l!tones�

lor

rro\-_ !

i

l

n

o

u e o :��� �\��� P\��:�� l ��:t:� .: :� n� ;;�

Lutht' ra n 'olleg-e and give the i r

cific

to

ta Ie n '

ath h-tit

the

.ports , but who would

compet i t i 'c

Faculty Changes Ha rl e m

chestra,

A

ons .

1

G . , 1oen, h a n d and ur- I t o take o\'(:r a

resigned,

;� �:;;�

1 1 1 :1 1 1 ch al

a

r r

.

I

C ha p el

not he able to simi lar pos i t i o n ,I thr local pubhc will fulfi l l Dr. Eastvold's d n,am t o I seh o Is. h ave: a chapd as the c"'nte r for rcsu p port. This new orKanization w a� 1\-fr;>. Geo Reneau, re ti re s after 17 a ctivi ties n the campus. fornwd (ollow i n �' a [ (' s l u t ion pas se d ye ars a t P. L.C. o I Daily cha p el st'rv i ccs have heen helcl hy the Board .)f T r ustees w h i c h U : iss DO.ra A . '& r g, tC<J,chcr i n the gym n a s i u m the pa s t t h ree th a n k e d One fri"-nd who had given A r t , re s ig ned a fte r t:n ye a rs . She 'Tars, a nd prior to that they were 2 ,50 0 t n be Ilsc-d for the su ppo r t r nters p n v :" c n :CI' p s . rI c h el d i n T r i n i t y Church, a c ro s s t h e . o f :1 t hkt i c dllring the comi n g s c h o ol l\ frs, R cgma Schgh , B l olo " v, 1'1.. - , s t re e t r o f m t he Colleg'c . YC:lr. I t was f t l t t h n t several h u n- i g ncd to take ov ('- r h e r h or .

o

a

;;

om� w

k

Th e

chap e l

and

spe e c h

s t u d i os

d rr'd peopl,' c o u l d gin: somewh ere l\lr s . .Pauline ,Seha�fer. S p e e ·. h and practice rooms i n t�e das room � be WC('n $ . and �2.500. A great and l a m , return> to Stanfo l d n n i t of t h e new blllldmg W I l l b e many people will consider i t a privi- U n i 'T rs i t y a Doctor of I co i hm ple t e l y s o u n� pro o f. Jo hn . C kilT have the opportu n i t y to give Ph tlosophy , d I ce .

D

to

a small s u m toward a i d i n g the fine .'ou n g m e n w

Pacific

at

fhis is

i m'ite t o bf' athle te s

,"c . Ltl!h�Tan Collc_

J' ust

a

"

to many

rem inder

who n:ccivcd

th a t letter a nd to oth-

v ' 0 u r

and

ns

did

who

,

cg_, i ft s

not

l'('ceive

financ i al

i t.

Send

suppo rt

direct to the College and mark th same

for

this

org-ani 1.ation,

a.nd

it

a to a�quire o

I I

w i l l Iw g i n and when i t m a y r(';:I<onnd

co n e i u d c d

s o l i c i ta t i on

ards, rt'prrsc n tatlve of t h e archltec-

'I

t h e re

�� ,

!��e ��Sa �t�

so

is

it will

he conduei\',. for

tween

the

many

t h i n g-s to h ,we such cq u i pm (' n t

fn r the Iv1a.s t c r o f . \ r Ls

the c a m p u s .

fi ne

he-

b u i ld i n g s

fOU l' m a i n

D

a i d Lov of Los Angdes, Cal ifornia,

of M r.

an

'

ol l tstand i n � aC C()U s t l c al

consult-

I

h " used for t h e p u rpose dcsig-

at the: b"g- i n n i n o' that we would e n u

up as champions of t h e Ev e rgreen

C o n f ' l"l:I1C , we f i nally e n d e d up sec ond to C. P. S . , w h i l e we t ied a nd two i n the horne

t h i s,

THAT,

eluded, if possible, be for

T HAT,

the gene

the C o n ve n tIOn u m tcdly

I

'II

ThIs

� ,

� . I S obtalll�d by sus-

. revere n t l y pray ' pc n d 1 1 l g t h e rOOlll so t h a t I t d o c s n o t

s i n ce rc l y and . . G od's nc h c s t bleSS l l l g on the I n g a t1 l �

and

1 I

tloatlng

d m- c t c o n t a c t with the rest of

First Wo m an I s Elected t o PLC Board Trustees L u t h e ra n

Church,

" v.

I

...

Icl(e

CeJltral

M. J.

two

;,

udi n c

:

to complete the b u i l d i ng, and WHEREAS,

twe n t y

p

,

room. .

cent

n t h e same fIoor w i l l be

.

of musIC "brary. . . Transcnpt lOn Room Cen-

K. Fuhr, A rl i ngton, Washington, a n d the $ 1 00,000 is pledg-ed to th Mr. Ch ris K n u tLcn, of B u rl i ngton, t ral C om m i t t e e w i t h Dr. W i ll i Washi ngton, were re-e1ected to the Young. and D r . H. F. SdlUh

"'f r .

Tru. tc

.,

of

'aeh for a term o f t h ree

a vacancy w h i ch

oc u n ' d when Rev .

Rosk

w i t h

childr n

' sympa th c.tJc,

says about

"I observed his wo

:

and

s c h 0 0i

th e

in

d 'lScovered

e1emen

h 1' m

u nd c , t a n d'm g,

t0

ry

a n

d

a le r t . to the many problems in art . cr a t i v i t y . H e was coope r a t ive . at all . t .imes an d eVI'd en�e d gr"a t I n , ,. . . am. 111 the growth 01 the a l t p lOg,

e

I stu-

t : est

a

.

.

He h a s h ad elCpe nence III teac I l I n . ' h 00 I s. H e IS aware, ' pu bl IC 0 f art III

SC

I

.

I f ee , o.f th e se n' ou sncss 0f t h c t c a eh _ er, s responsLbI l l t a nd the challen,�e

of t h e n w philosophie_'i i n a rt

th t

cation . "

"We prom-

III

as

C h a i rman a n d Gen eral D i rect o r. re:-

a

. M o s t of these -n ra ctlce roo ms a nd : . . studiOS wJ!1 be W i red so that recordillgs can

be made from them. The

o

I cross for

played back to them from the trans-

C h u rch

E RE F O R E, BE

room .

mcntary School .

C 1.1-

<: r, i n pa rticula r-a

th e confirm ation s c r v i c:, th tl l L . S . c I ass wa!; we I e 0 mc(I 1' Il t 0 e . .imd presented by that orgamz a tlOn . . . , b ' L ' W I t h p i' n s wlll c n svm o I lzed tHeIr . \ mon b I1 1' )1 In t h r" c; r up. f 11 t h

' aceord mg to t h c

dent

o

an

tions

t

(� xp('rtencc

.

Am0n

t' t

' seeing J esus on I y. .. tile 1 1 fty students c o n-

co

al;;o

whi h

h e r e, J n fid e n t i n recommend-

Ro s k o ;;

fo r tea ch i n g po-i at any school lev'" i nclud in �

coIIc O'c:-preferably

t

a rt education."

.

in

the

field

of

h , s undergradu ate work he was . . a leader of h I S class. He I S a lwavs .

In

expresscd ' ' f" resl d ent S , . C . E a;; t vo Id m h IS

II

He

t c a c h i n e;' c x p c-r i c n ce

feci ing J\, [ r.

w uld

OSC

hope

voice and "-

i n g-, a r t h i.s t ory as well as a rt "duc a t i on. nnsiderin ,,: this and his s tu-

. h h a d b 'gun t h'IS 'VOL k' 'In t h ern, lTIlg ' " I' ccp t h em s tcad t'as t Ill .. IS grace d

t ha t ,

_

tra i n i n g in sculptore, p a i n t -

i n cl u de

who were prCSel1t on t h u t mernor. a bl C OCCaJllon praye d t i a t G 0 d , \Vh 0 '

k

fine

has a !-(ood art hackg-round,

ing

l

a t tri ­

favorable

perso n a l i ty .

we l l -adj usted

through C h ristian baptism. Follow-

I

E!�-

but e s which make h i m a good te c h ­

out o f the ,"H: n ke n c on fi rmands o n that o c casion we re a l ' o received i n to the C h ristia n fait h

�rs

Iowa

I fee l that ",f l'. R o

'omt veery

has

ko

Se ve n

I

n iw rs i ty of

s('s a t t h e�

our redemption ? "

by spcc-tively, w i t h full a u th o r i t y to di- transcription room, w i t h ('. utting ' h t recon f'Irma t 'Ion se rOlOl1, th . Y flllg ' togc:thcr w i th the head, w i l l be in the basf'm cnt of the ' year• . M rs. Arnold [0'. Anderson, Se­ vide the 2 0 % " t u rn t 0 t n c va cy 0 f every d ay xattl ., W a s h i n g ton , was elected to the $ 1 0 0,000 already in hand from the b u i l d i n g . Th c rooms wil l als o b e . " " " I S en e f rom t IllS moun a m op Board for a term of two years to f i l l \V . M . F . of t he American L u t h e r a n w i red so that the recordings can be . " . " Pac ific Luthera n College Board

Iowa,

State U n iversity of

O

on

M r. Ro:.ko

M r . Frank \Vachowisk, A' istant Prof SSOI' of A r t Education at lhe

tha t we arc in the p rese nce of H i m d i ed a h o rribl e d e a t h o n t h e

wh

e

nS'rs.

at

M i n ne­

I I

n

ca nd ida te

irr0und i n art."

in th e L u theran C h u rc h . The fou r t h . i n s t ruction class made- I t s con f'I rn13. . . tlOn vows III T nmty L u t h e r a n

th

I f(,,:J

a nd

a

i n addit ion, posse. �s a g-ood bark-

at

occasion, the f o l lowi n g

[, im

The Elem e n t a r y S c h 0 0 I - C r i i c i s " much but how could w e p rom i s e It", and yet be Chr i s t i ans . H ow could Te. cher of the S t a te U n iversity o[ r i n g w h i ch s ta r t s n('x l S u nda y, Ju ne: the b u i l d i n .:; . This pr oce ss makes wc s t a nd befo r e th e alta r of C h ri s t . Io w a, sa)' abo u t M r. Rosko s: " H e 1 1 , 1 950 , and is to c on t i n u e u n ti l ea e h room r, ompl e td y soundproof. and t h i n k of m i ni m u ms , knowin g did stud e n t tra r h i n e; i n m y a rl e :la.�-

h a \"('

games. F o r the Jo.'[usic Department there It looks good for the P.L,C , alh- th e wo rk i s complet ed b y Dece mb e r w i l l he fou r te e n p racti ce rooms wi t h letes i n a l l fields of ath h·tics for the ° 1 , 1 95 0 . WH E R E AS , P a C l t tc Lutheran Col - p , a nos. Th ere w t l l a l s o b r' organ f 11 of 1 95 , h as l e t the contract for i ts new , pra c t i ce rooms. There w i l l he iive C hapcl-Music-Spcech b u i l d i n g a t a music t u d i os for members of the total cost of a pp roxi rnlltc!y $fiOO,- Illusic fa culty. 000, and The band and orc h s t ra room will WHEREAS, thc m i n imum 050;11 be 40x42 feet and will hav-e b u i l t - i n . . . . . A d j a c e n t to It wtll he an mfor the Northwestern D i s t r i c t has b $ 1 00,000, the same be- strtlment s torao-e room. A s i m i l ar ' een s e t '� TIle Pacifi c Luthc.ran C liege Cor­ i n g the m i nimum n eeded by th e room for th" " C h o i r of the West" , . , porati on convened Ju ne 23, 1 9 50, at B u i l d i n g Committee of the Coll ege a nd C.horus wJ!1 be next to the band apol is, 1vf i nnesota . Th,�

I

ys

s

has finc pe rsonal q u a l i fi ca t i o n s , n nd ,

I)c co n - c o n t ro l desi "ning-." I M r. Wi l li a m �V[USi ' , a colored I ' I: R ooms }<'Ioatmg dellt at Pacific Luthleran College, n a kd . Thank you in advance. . conven t i on 0 f t li e Ame lcan L ut h c r' ' En. ,-)' 'oom WI h a room w r th III : w h o \Va s chairm a n o f the class w h i ch : . . Tb· Coi l ge baseball team had a an C h u rc h to b e h e l d m Columb , a room. fhl: floor, wall a n d c (; lIm g- wa s confi rmed .M a y 7, 1 9 50 s ta ted , ' 'l y g-o od Sea son . W h ile it appcared O h i o, O ctober 5 to 1 2 , . 1 9 5 0 , and roo m v i l l " fl oa t .'" be fo re syste �, . of ea c e fi e a e a e

will

confid e n c e ,

much

I owa,

Cim endo�("

"1

worthy of consideration.

S i nr"

' i n g englne�r, d hy th wa: e�gage ., e , ., a r c h I te c ts to a ss i st In the' " sou nd ' Ch urch , Parkland, on � r a y 7.

oskos:

YOll will find him

that

Students Seek II I nstructlon F or ° ' C O n fol r m atOl on ,

I I

dc�rc" in .\ rt

:, 1. t he S ta te L n i ersi ty of

on

w i th

Kclmcr

i �: �o����::�:r�li:c\:��i�

Erluca tion a t the S t a te L n i\Trsi lY of I owa , I o w<1 C it y I owa . , F ran ces M . C amp , D i rector of .\rt

the fall f 1 948, Prof so r ::\. Roc has i nst ru cte d a n d .. st features of music and aud i to ri u m h u i ld i n gs t h rough o u t t h e n a t .I o n a r pn'pa l cd f I' t't y stu de n t s P a n' f'I " o n · I ,ut h eran C 0 11 cgc f or con £ l. [m at .l n o rp ora t e d .In tIle s tr u ct u re .

1 ")( I

( C ont i nued from Page One ') to b e ,

a 'ca wh<'l'"

P,L.

t he

1;�;�.a����te�,� a:�a;�P

in

h

much r� i n d u r i n "{ t h e w i n t e r t i m t',

l U ra l finn, stated that the very lat- '

A ppe al Back e d by ". Q Dl' Stl'l'Ct North�'e.,t bly be ,:,-xpec tcd

����l')� (�n:; :f

Ii "iou,

of

n

n

T h e d i ly c hapel cxerci se!; w i J I b e i n the m� i n audi torium . T h i s

I hel d

a t lt-nd College wi thou r some outside

Ohio,

I

i n t ensely i nt res te d i n h i s field . H is '

hoth .

.

and I t IS defi n i te

Co l l e rC".

o n d cxperimen tal . . rtam that he Will be a

creative'

asset

to

Pacific

L u thc.r:l n

IT RESOLV · D, , c r i p t io n I n h i $ youth he was .onfi rmcd i n T h e Speech D partmcnt WI' 1 1 h ave I finned d u n ng the .p a s t th ree semcs- t h e Slo ak Lut her3.n C h u r c h . ' , . I e , . 0 I t rs there were t h l l·ty-tW<) men and nc 0ff'Ices an d two c I ass rooms. nold F' . A n derson, Pas tor of the Bal- r!'speetfu l l y requcsts and petitiOns . , ' Iv! rs . Roskos i s also a tcach e r 0 f . c e l gh te c n The va ri OUS class!':s JOnl \\'1' 1 1 -'eat .<I. bout 50, 0 ' , r-. n e ra I ' an d ,-, •I I d Fi rst L u theran C hure I1, Scatt e, tnt:: " nd th> . 11' ec 0r ' 1 ',\ ;Sr( ar t � :1(I I10 Id S t h' C ." _ . ¥La -f Art de . 5t ( . r " : nlet weeki y in the hos itable h r n e . . ,,"'ash i ngton, be comes the first worn- of the 1 9J O I tl ((a t he n ng for Ed u e::L - other, w h i c h i s a lso a radio stud i o, gn' 1 11 Art from the StaL n l\'erslty t p a e h e r, P o fessOI P Kelrn e r . at I I " t h a t the ITfu n d to t 1<': - Ort h • WI'11 sca t a b o u t l Oa . cr nn to serve on the B , I'd of Trustees tlOn , h ere WII I a,so ' · T'n(: y WI' 1 1 arrlvc a t lh e 0 f l owa. Rot:. of Pat-ifi . Lutheran College du r ing vcstern District for Pacific Lutheran be sp a c e for future i nclusion of Collc-gc a bout Septem ber 7.

O. A.

chmidt

moved

out

of

Distri ct . "'frs . A llderson, w i fc of

the

1'-

T

THAT, the

orthwestern

lalr�3n

I

Drstrlct ' two D' t

,

an me

r"qul'st

h<-r on the Board carne as a

from

the�

ht rcb, and th�y

worn

n

of

that

I l L \{

the

as

generous

m in i mum

as possible

amo u n

of

may bt: on h a nd for )JU!Old p u rpos . , .

the 1 . ' 1 00,000

rn turn requcstl!d

.

Col lege be

so

speech patholo y and correction Iab -

oratory.

The

womcn,

o

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