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Pacific Lutheran College Bulletin VOLUME XXXVII

NOVEMBE.R,1957

NUMBER 4

Board Voles Million Dollar Expansion Administration Building Planned; I Eastvolds to Travel .'\ o ne -m il l io n dollar e xpansion of

the physical pla nt at Pacific Lutheran

College was " o ted by the PLC board

trustees

of

fal l me et i n g .

GX=

17

at

annual

its

TIl[' plan calls for the erection of

g

an administration-classroom bu i l din , the conversion of th' ground and first floors of Old Main to provide dormi­ tory space for 80 a dd it ional men, and th e convers io n of th c p r esent c l as sroo m buil d ing for thc use of the science d epa r tm ent. The clas roo m build-

I

Coronation Starts Homecoming Fete; 'Mus,ic' Is Theme Homecoming will open

Frida y, Nov.

PROPOSED BUILDING-This arthitect's can· ception af the exterior of the praposed ad· ministration-classroom buildingl was drawn up by Lea, Pearson and Richards, Tacoma architects,

whom

the

board

engaged

The

festivities will continue t'l·rou gh

Union two years ago.

I,

to

plan the structure.

Appeal Authorized To finance the ex pansio n

C ounty and through ou t th e state and to the Alumni As so c iat ion. President S. C. E a s tvo ld of PLC was di rec ted to

Five PLC stud e nt s have rec eiv ed

Senator Warren G. M agnus so n Schol­

Washington assignrd $1,000 (a nnu a l­

Turman,

fenbacker,

which ind ud('s (at this writing) Janet Barbara Ristau,

lick s on, Bonnie

C ol ce n

dahl,

Esthcr E I­

Following the coronation the re wil l

the lower camp us . Alum ni and other vis­ itors wiIl be guests at a coffee h our bonfire and pep ralIy on

H uthym e Lounge of

following the ral ly.

The gi

The awards wer e based on scholar­

�i:nJ.,aL:ll!f, ieau.el�hi}J allU uct:J.

Hall

So uth

" Bu st l i n g Bustles"

(frt: shmen

Is ) an d "Galloping Girdles"

h

( upper

class womcn) will battle eac

other

Saturday morning at 9 in the annual

Powder Puff Bowl football game. Twenty-five floats plus the march­

ing band will ta ke part in th e parade

s

major

groups

the campus

The

:--iorthwestern

th e

of

a

Tbe 1947 footb ll squad, which

went through its season unde feated

an d won the post-se ;ls on Pear BOwl

game against Southern Oregon, 27

to 21, will be honored at homecom-

illg. Mary Tommcrvik, coach at the

time, and his squad will sit together at tbe Whitworth game and will be

introduced at the buffet supper on

camp us t ha t nig ht.

Whitworth

(;oln

griddcrs wiII

meet

the

Pirates in Taco ma ' s Lin-

Bowl at

h igh

school

june 16 to

will

l e aders

attract

and

24.

marching by th e band and th e

girls' drill team. Professor Gordon O. Gilbertson will direct the band, and Marilyn

come

Aug . 4 to 8 for th e annual con ven-

to 16

the

Church

will hold their's

to 23. About 700

co ll e ge

August

17

students. (Continur'd on p age four)

Ashram of the Luth eran Students Aso sociation to be held A u gust 25 to 31.

of

members

arc

pled ge d

i

and university

and wo rid are expected for the a nnual

IIIcl�lbers

the

considered

$3,000,

another

2nd the third $50{).

pledges

Lucia Bride and there will be a var-

carol singing by the aud ienc e . The annua l th e

(faculty

pledges upon

I

duct,ble

campus

purposes.

for

hcilities

federal

arc

income

Christmas concert

· eh Olr, CIl or us and band WI'11 bC

stitutions own

p

they visit and from their

points of view to mbmit separate

�nd indcpendc'nt reports on t heir find-

s

i.

The E a te vo lds were au th Or zed to ' leave at the end of the current s ch ool

l

sent Ch ar l e s Dickens' "A Christmas

Carol" Wednesday ('vening, Dec. 18,

of

at 8 p.m. in the auditorium. A small

this bull e ti n. It's not too early to

needed

close to

.

III

June,

1958.

'

"

To k e e p pace WIth increasing costs

ch arge There IS ' no a dmISSIon " ' for thOIS i of l ivi ng, the board voted to raise factradit i on al event. . u lt y salaries beginning in S e ptem ber pre' e.urtaln C a II CIu b WI'II again

admission

'.tart. G;fts to this appeal for mu ch I

I

lings. by

at 3:30

$1,000

receipt

c ovcr

feet.

World Tour

IJrescnted tWice o n S und av, Dec. 15 , I · . ' year . and 8 p. m. III the Cha pel .

alumni)

Any person, gre·up, organization or

and offices i n this wiII

The board a uth orize d and req uest ed Dr. Eastvold a nd his wife to mak e

ied program of Christmas music plus

or corpor ati on may sen d in cash !�;fts

60�,000 square

g

wen t out t hree faculty

which

vian costumes and Yule breads, ca ke s , problems in the countries they visit. and coo kies typi c al of Scandinavia The .two are direc ed to make se ar �t(; . t h will be served. A coed will be crowned s uc es of the various educatIOnal In­

made pledges tota;ing $4,500. One

ELC

Fo rc e and Clintena Wells students from all over the co n ti ne nt

will mast !' rm i nd the drill team of 45

com;ng a p p e a I

b uild ing

the

a six months trip around the world room bu ild in g l ou nge . The S pur s as to study bigher educa t i on ins titu tions hostesses will be dressed in Scandina- to ether with special and economic

The day that word of this forth­

About 650 Pr esb yteri an young mar-

10

and

and

departme nts

and business adm inist r at ion wiII hav

by th e Spurs, wiII be h eld Friday evc-

'\lumni Associa­

g;.ve

The

their classrooms

ning, Dec. 5, at 8 p. m . in the Class-

ment plan.

fo r]u ly 13 to 18.

August

to

to

s

and a pub l ication

of education , art, nursing, and e conomics

s

IIIay be made on �. three-year pay­

cation Institute tentativel y scheduled

tics will include a pagean t in music' be held and the Augustana L u ther an and

opportunity

in t ere st

aid s :room,

mailing center.

The Lu cia Bride Festival, sponsored

tion. All alumni will be given an

Church will hold a joi n t Parish Edu­

From

of the

s

servance of the Ch ristm a s s ea on.

board set a goal of $200,000 fr om members

of

g

reception rooms, a facul ty loun e , a vi itors lounge, a l ectur e hall, a visual

gc-neral pu bl ic are p la nned for the ob-

In authorizing this appeal the

and Evangelical Lutheran

I :30. Halftime fcstivi- Luther League Leadership School will

Several events

cerned in the very ncar future.

held.

tion of the Mariners.

a

tif cation will be .Ha de to all con­

500

c ou ns elo rs

ried couples and children will

that

19;)8. If this decision is made, no­

june 30 to ju ly 5 th e ALC's Lu ther Lc ague Lea d ership School will be The ALC

received

for $1 million to the early part of

For tht' s(' co nd consecutive year Ev­ Legion,

was

it necessary to move up the appeal

j un e 9 to L3.

ergnTn Boys' State, sponsored by the

word

series of cireUlllsl.mces lIIay make

American Lutheran Church will meet

American

at noon.

just before this bulletin went to press

There will be 30 offic es for prof e s­ 25 c lassr o oms , co unseling and

Yule Festival, Play, Concerts Scheduled

ALUMNI GOAL STATED

the d epartment o f

s

sors,

ElC.

MAY MOVE UP APPEAL;

next summer.

District

a nd wo men and p ub lic relation .

Church. Standing from left to right are: Dr. S. L. Swenson, president of the Columbia Conference, Augustan� Lutheran Church; Dr. S. C. Siefkes, president of the Northwest· ern District of the American Lutheron Church; and Dr. Gaylerd Falde, president of the

Last summer there were fifteen such events.

th e presid ent, the business office, the de an of the co l ­ lege, the registrar, the deans of men

of the board of trustees at their meeting Octaber 17. Seated right is Dr. H. L. Foss, chairman of the board and president of the Pacific District of the Evangelical Lutheran

California District of the

Park Avenue and Yakima, wi ll

house spaces for

STUDY PLANS FOR NEW BUILDING-President S. C. Eastvold, seated center, points out preliminary plans for the proposed administration·c1assroom building to some members

have already

slated to start in Parkland at 10:30

PLC

and

William

reserved dates for conventions or con­ ferences on

en­

g

10cated between 121 st and Wheeler Sts.,

Eight Conventions Slated for Summer Eight

ulJu�cd building. The board One-Story Bu i l ding

w,re Barbara johnson, Gordon Hof­ Metcalf,

j.JI

Th,· o ne-s tory structure, to be

Those who received th e scholarships Merie

P earso n and Ri chard s, Tacoma

gagt'd the firm to plan the bu i ldin .

should be a pre-Seminary

s tud en t .

and to wind up in downtown Tacoma

The

the

t

Th,. Sena to r also sti pula ed that one

MariI yn

Therriault,

A ud ry Ha r t and Patri cia Ahren s.

in

Le a

arch it ect s, presented preliminary floor p l a ns and an exterior prospectus of

and each has received $200.

recipient

,

tcnsin' p n.' paratio n.

ly for foUl years) for PLC students,

Troed sen, janice Rin­ :";dson and Dwayne D. P eter o n.

roreC', Ba rbara joh nson , T wila GilIis ,

a

arrange for this appeal to tak e p lace in 1959, with 1958 to be used for in­

Sen ator Magnusson of

Sunci a y . hernoon. "s y It "'·(th Music" is the them e, and the f'n' ay night program wiiI employ LOP stu d ent musical t�kl.t. �ru� tltd hulm 01 tile speech dc-oart­ (Dfi\t bas huilt a st u nn ing ne", set for th que. n and ht'r co u rt . I u n and two p r inc esses wi] be select e d by s tude nt vote from a fie ld

ship,

p

rogram I the board authorized an a ppeal for . one 1l1. illion dollars to friends in Pierce

Five Students Receive Magnusson Awards

arship Fund.

was ert'ctcd in 1947 as a Stu d e n t

Union and supplanted by the pr esen t

8, wit h a gala cOf<matioll program scholarships toward tuition from the

at 8 p.m. in the Ch ap e l auditorium.

s

, ing

is

charged

ceeds going to ch a r ity.

de­

Students

tax i

will

take

wi th

the pro­

time off from

their studies Monday n igh t , Dec. 9,

h

to dcroratc the campus fo r C rist m as .

1958. To f in an�e the increase t u i tion

will be raiscd and in tensive appea l s

will be made to corporations, fricnds and churches.

President Eastvold pointed out that the costs at PLC

are c o m parabl e to

those of other collc-g'es of its kind In (Continued on page four)


PACIFIC LUTHERAN C O L L EGE BULLETIN

Page 2

Nov., 1957

I

Campus Nales

Californians Second to Locals; 497 Frosh

�S('vcral hundred high school lead­

ers

on th e campus the last week·

WCrt·

I

end in October for tbe an uual Student

Cong r ess spollSored by the Speech D,'­

partment

and by

Phi Kappa Delta,

Spee ch bonorary.

This an nual evcnt

to

the

..

..

..

SaHli".

Mrs.

m:nc

l':ursing,

went

to

Director

Salt

Lake

I

of

City,

of

the

C an(ercnce of Nursing .

Western

..

..

nllSSlon.

"

w eek·10n g ..

..

Linda EHinger, Tacoll\a; Rogcr Reep, "

*

*

I

Lutherans lrad in the 20 different

w ith +97 in the group. Men out­ cknt body with 1,073, Th<:rc: arc 64 Methodists, 61 Presbyterians, +5 Bap ­

number women 7+2 to 685 in the total

tists, 24 Roman Catholics, 2+ Episco­

figure. Th ere arc 313 sophomores, 270

juniors, 2+ I s enio rs, 88 graduate stu­

dents a n d 18 specials.

palians and 1 + Disciples of Christ.

Pentecostals have 9, Congregation·

-

19 states ,

als 9, Covenant 0, Latt er Day Saints '1, and there arc two each of Chri.s­

("tcds that of Orcgon by 157 to 143.

gdical.

Idaho, 7 from l':orth Dakota, 6 from

dlurchcs and 07 students arc unclas-

The re arc 17 f r o m independent

I sificd.

ioop Picture Good; Top Scorers Return

Miss Patricia Thompson, Music Teacher, pins a name tag on Barbara Woolley.

Altpcter, Ventura, California; Grace

,Vith mne lettermcn returning from last

Santee,

California; and Lor etta Lenning, Se­ attle.

*

*

*

Coach MalT Ha rshman ' s club won

t hat loss was by but one point in the

ch-ing "'conds, to T en n essce A. & 1.

in the semi-final round of the NAIA

+) The far-flung V. S. defense bases J udge Luther W. Youngdahl of the LJ. S. District Court in Washington, around the world are vcry comforting . vise PLC student teachers were enter- D. C., gave his impressions of world ·°1 wou l d not want to se c them weak­

of the education department faculty. *

*

The U. S. Navy

*

1 he h uge gymnasium wa s fiiied

formances by this outstanding o r gan­ *

*

tourney

Psychology,

has b e e n

appointed a

He

"Fellow."

Foundation

attcnded the foundation's annual camp

in Michigan in August. *

Dr. the

*

of

head

Economics

of

and

Business Administration, was granted th" Doctor of Philosophy degree this

past slimmer by thc University of Wis­

consin. Dr. Axford's thesis was a study of small businessses . *

*

*

Dr. E. C. Knorr, Professor o( So­

Ciology, went to Chicago in October

in s c ulpture in the prof es sional divi· sion at the We stern Washington Fair Wake"

was

the

title of his stecl and bronze wo rk. " Apotheosis, " an oil paintin g by Lars Kittleson of the Art faculty, was sele cted for exhibit by the j udge s, as was a Lava sculpture,

"Bird Form,"

by Micha el Griffen, class of '57. *

"

*

The Reverend Roy E. Olson, Direc­

tor of Public Relations, will be a Spir­

itual Emphasis Week speaker at Con­ cordia College in Moorehead, Minne­ sota, from Nov.

"I do

pl'l'vcnti\'e

pro gram against

2)

Japan is making

7) We takc ou r frecdOlll and mate­

corIl-

gTca t citadel of dcmocracy and a

U, S. program of

8)

the

18-2 I.

the average

a

coll ege graduate

can

Christian colleges. "These schools give

a

recent nationally syndicated

Hayden

article, writer Martin

reports

that

a

S.

presidential

committee t aking a look into the fu­

tUfe

finds

"thc

Aml:'rican

collegiate

sccretary

Church

I

for

the

squad which will he gunning for it5

fourth straight Evergreen title.

Dec.

2-TAC Tourney, CPS,

Dec.

'I-Seattle Pacific, here.

DeC.

3-TAC Tourney, here,

Drt:, 7-Buchan Bak ers, here. Dec. 10-Puget Sound, here Drc. 13-1+- Humboldt State, h e n ' D('c. 20-2 I-Gonzaga, at K"nnewick.

'[- Buchan Bakers, here.

Jan. 15-Puget Sound, ther e .

their lives to the service of their God

paid, enrollment dOllbled and present

Feb.

7- Westcrn, there.

and their fellow men.

teacher-pupil ratios maintained.

F"b.

8-UBC, there.

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Feb. 1 2-Puget Sound, hac. Feb. 15-Whitworth, here.

Ministry

F"b. 22-Eastern, there. Feb. 24-25-Mont. State at Bozeman.

of

Feb, 2R-S('attle U., there.

;-';o r-

Warren Willis Elected Freshman Class Head Warren Willis, Hawthorne, Califor­

*

still scv " ral

Several top freshman prospects al"{"' on hand to seek spots on the varsity

find room for 6 m illio n by 1970. To­

eol­

in st itutions of the ELC, arc

SOn.

day's

which no other

of the nation to visit churches and

There

",---st"ZITtin

and Jack Sinder­

of Nick Kd dcrm an

Jail.

W'cg-ian gov c rn ll C nt , visited the col­ lege in Scptcmber. He was on a tour

*

0'

berths left vacant by the graduation

Feb. 20-Central, there.

and Education in the

*

OJl­

Colleges hold i ng a re cord breaking Jan. 10-UBC, here. Ihree million stlldents in 1957 must Jan. l l-Wrstern, here .

Dr. Kristian Hansson, chief exceu­

tive

will be bidd'ug- tv tak<:

college head-tak es action,

*

*

AlI-

f er e nc C') . Tom Sahli and Bob Roiko

4 billion dollar co llege costs are Jan, 17- Whitworth, thert'. (,·haracter. " predicted to go to 9 billion dollars by Jan, 3 I -East e rn, here, He urged the youth to dedicate 1970 if professors arc to be adequately Ft'b. I - Ce nt ral, here.

high school diploma, *

lIl­

Chuck

Roga Iverson and Jim Van

(all three Evergrecn

kges can offer ill building Christian

YOll something

during his lifetimc than a person with a

leader­

that our nation cannot exist without

expect to make about $100,000 morc only

spiritual

the contributions which are madc by

I fOllnd many similarities of

and

American

All

SI'(UP may stumblt' unl ess evcryon e­ Dec. 28-Denver-Chicago T r u e k e r 5 (AAU), here. Judge Youngdahl told the students ta xpa yer , legislator, bllsinessman and

with our constitutional law, cspecidlIy dignity

moral

Little

ship."

Judge Yuso Kawachi, who is trying

the

We have a great responsibility

provide

In

newspaper

as a world leader. "Our nation must

n'habilitating

3) Wallace Girard will get a fair trial. "After an hour long session with

respect to

Colleges, Says Report

We have

top three scorers return,

The

duding

The schedule for the scason follows:

the Middle and Far East.

fluences in a Chri stian nation. "

that nation.

parents in the 1935 Saga. Mary lee's mother, nee Mary Nash, and Roger's father, Arnold Anderson, were 1935 graduates. looking on are Peter Wang of Taipei, For· mosa, and Kari Meklevik of Hauge.und, Norway.

America Must Help

be-en brought up und er Christian in­

as it is so close to Russia." He lauded

Harbor, seated, and Roger Anderson, of Massapequa, N. Y" look at photos of their

rial benefits too much for grant ed . "I

was appalled by the abj ect poverty in

great strides

strong influence for freedom sitllated the

"More

in these govcrnITICnts."

politically, "That country will become a

Malaya and Thailand obtained

cd and there is t;)O much corruption

great investment and

a

\val'

p repa ration for d"mocracy was nel'd-

not

hegrudge the tax money which goes for this. It is

prop a g a nd a

i n d (' P (' nd ene (' prematurely,

Free nations of the world need

assistance.

\vor.d

Tennessee

City.

third.

B('ck

FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD - PlC stu­ dents 'his year come from aii over tile globe. Here Mary lee Skrivanich of Gig

Kansas

rooms III

nia, was elected president of the fresh­

the

l"llan

thn' c new dormitories for WOlllen for

r la�s.

Other office rs selected were Thco­

whi ch the furnishings have not been

don'

BREVITS, a publication of Massa-

paid, $500 pays for one and a plaqut'

Ilia, "icc-president; Ardis Armstrong,

cal-

with the n a m e of a donor is placed

*

*

*

chusetts I nvestors Trust, s ay s a col lege (, ducation is the b est investment a

6)

\vcre:

our economic

a

In this

I

fess, but how we )l'acticc it."

individual."

*

Professor George Roskos, head of the Art Department, won first prize

"The

ual .

Among Judgc Youngdahl's impres­

ican Lutheran Churc.h.

Exhibit.

pointed

what counts most is not what we p ro-

W. Youngdah l, pastor of Calvary Lu­

with

Art

"Many

theran Church in Federal Way,

th e case,

*

overseas.

of fundamental rights to the ind ivid -

to attend the meeting of the Christian

Social Action Conunittee of the Amer­ *

rassing us

a

in

took the titl.. and the Lutes finished

I Curtis,

.1) Integration strife here is embar­

rnunis m. "

*

Herbert M. Axford,

department

will not sit down and talk with u;,,"

the judge visited his son, the Rev. L .

I)

I

ened as long as the Russian leaders

served

He

:hrcc t erms as Minnesota governor.

�lons

*

Dr. Kristen B. Solberg, Professor of

Danforth

Collegc.

Lutheran

Enroute home on the last kg of

for both the matinee and evening per­ ization.

politics in an address recently at Pa­

eifi c

Band gave two global tour, accompanied by his wife questions werc ask,:d about our denial ,

concerts in our gymnasium in Octo­ ber.

I

basketball

28 and lost but one last season, and

Teachers and Principals in the Ta-

tained at a coffee hour last month.

championship

other good year on the maples.

coma area Public Schools who super-

Hosts were the studcnts and members

yea r' s

squad the prospects arc bright for an­

Judge Youngdahll Challenges Students On Integrationr Responsibilities to World

Helgn'n, Se a U ) ,.; Dcnna Carlson, Port Jondall,

and one

church groups represented in the stu ­

the yell squad this year includes Rita

Cha rmain

·1· from

Canada,

the largest

There arc 13 fro m Alaska, 2 from

en), Marlys Kapus, Marilyn McAlpine, and Koren Word. In the photo on ,he left,

Song L ead ers chosen to work with

Angeles;

from

,ach from Formosa, Iraq and Norway.

i

Cheer leaders elected (or the school

Mt. Vernon; and Joe Smith, Seattle.

yt'l

7

Hau ge,

Mi nn es ota , 't from Wisconsin and ,l PLC FACULTY FETES FRESHMEN-The fac. ·Wy oming. Colorado, Illinois, ulty gave a formal reception for ,he Fresh. , f rom man closs at the opening of the school I I owa, !'\cw York and South Dakota year. Those pictured in this photo of the h a ve 2 each. Those with one include receiving line are, from left to right: Shar· - . 1 Ie'h'·, Igan, N· I (\\, J' (rSLY, Alabama, M' " TcxIyn Corey, Mrs. S. C. Eastvold, Dr. Eastvold, as and Utah. Miss Margaret Wickstrom (Dean of Wom.

preaching

year include Janet Aust, Vancouver;

Dr. Philip E.

a re

Korea, 2 from Hong Kon

There arc 53 from Montana, 28 from

on Sunday, November 17, at the open­ of a

When it comes to foreign countrif's

then'

countri e s . W a s hi llgton leads with tian Science, Gre e k Orthodox, and 979. F o r the first time in the school' s l':azarcne. Thos e having one each arc history the Califoruia pop ulation ex- I U nited B rethre ll, Bucldhist, and Evan­

McChord Air Forc� " Base in Tacoma rally

by

( i gn

in

The Choir of the W "st will sin g at

ing

!lawaii a nd 1 from Washington, D. C.

fall

ail the t erritori " s and from six for

Inte r- State

E ducation

Hi gher

the

JClIts, according to a report rdeased

Th(' students come from

Utah, in Octobc r for the semi-annual

meeting

for

The freshman e.laos is

enacting of

Morken,

statistics

r('.ach('d an all-tiIllc high of 1,12 - 7 st u ­

registr a r .

tual experience in legislation from the bills

Enrollment

SC Ill rste r at Pacific Lutheran College

yesterday

attracts students from all over the Pacific No rth w f'st and gin's them ac­ writing of

Fall Enrollment Reaches High of 1,411;

person can make. Their l'xpcrts

culate you get back $12.50 for every

dollar you invest in a co lleg e educatiun, for a return of

1150 percent!

On

.

on the door. Id n 'IVlduals., fa rrll" hes, or o rganizations may make or pledge , . such a g ift Il1 ll1emor" , or honor of

som e person,

I

IL

I

Johnstone, Palo

Alto,

Califor­

Fairfield, Montana, secretary; Diane

....!:::.::..:�:...;.: ���:sl!.

_____

.

Rosd ahl,

.

TOMMY THROWS ONE-Tommy Gilmer, all·star fullback, throw. a pass which was com· p.2:ed to George Fisher in the Lutes' stirring 7·6 win over the College of Puget Sound in the season's opener,-(Tacoma News·Tribune photo by Bob Rudsit).

Thompson

treasurer:

Ha rbo r,

Orson

inter-club

Falls,

Montana,

Ch ristensen,

Oak

council represen­

tative; and Paul Engel, T acom a , rcp­ n�s('ntativ(' to the student counciL


Campus n

Three More Teacher ., A dded

as

i'� av., 1957

.

Student Artist Series Lists Four Attractions

D r . Alvin Rogness, president of L u ­

t h e r Seminary, S t . Paul, w a s

a

cam­

on h er first American t o u r , w i l l open the

i n C hapel both days and i n t e rviewed

t o en t('l" the S" m ­

she

i n,ny u p o n comple t i o n of t h e i r college

work .

President S. C. Eastvold vi si t ed Cali­

Karl E. W e iss, beloved professor oJ

evening',

Tuesday

music hnc for the pas t 1 6 yea rs, died

sebutz and l\ elllE'noff, will give a con­

illness.

cert

F i I'st Lu the ran C h u rch, Tacoma, Sept.

porations dOln� busincss in this state

Sl'] ) t .

in

Yakima

a

in

C om m i t te e on I n s t i t u tions of Higher

*

The college speech department held

its second annu al practice debate tou r­ the

Pacific Nort hwes t sent

squads to compete. ..

".

Listcn to the broad cas t of the Stu-

dent Congregation cvcry

Sunday a t 5 : 30 p. m . over KTAC ( 850 k c. ) , T a-

coma. A p ort ion o f the service and all o f the sermon from t h e morning wor-

ship arc included. .•

,.

The PLC Chapter of M u P h i Ep s i lon, na tional m u s i c so ro r i t y, has r- lect e d Mona Carlson pres i d e n t . O th -

o f ficers i nclude Janet E m i lson, v ic l' president; Sylvia Fylling, secretary ;

(T

Mardell Soiland, t reasurcr; Bdty M u se us, warden; and Lois He l lbe rg , historian.

..

..

Thn'C

pnsons

wcn: added

to th e

*

The Washington Statc Association

PLC Bulleti n went to press. M rs.

Ric ha rd

May -

fidd i n E n glish, Harold M. Tctlic i n busillt'SS, a n d lvl iss Patricia Thompson : n musi c .

M rs. Mayfield

of

presented

Ellis ,

vic c - p resid e n t ;

M rs .

Patrick Lara,

M r s.

F ran k

Marks, correspond i ng secretary; and

record in g scc.re-

t a ry -t reasu rer. The Lady Lutes, whose membership is comprised of the wives

o f students, meets monthly during the

school year and is a vny act ive orga nization.

.,

*

*

Four PLC students have received

dol' of arts

and

s hall

in

C ollege

Wes t

H u n t i ngton,

V ir g i n i a . Shr' has taugh t in West V i rthe American

" D u le y , "

i

.

Tht·

\"(' rs i t y of Denver. H e has

I

I

Fulton

Lytle

received

$300,

Roger

o

y

'"

.

"' ations

u nited

observance

t h i s fall's fa ntasy .

ed N a t i ons. The observance climaxed

cast

M rs.

and

Mr.

and

D r.

Fa nner.

M rs.

F.

S.

Eastvold,

C.

Haley,

Hamilton

I P LC

I in

M iss C h u n Hyc Chot',

student from Korea, participated

the program. --

he had

the

annual

spring

drama­

music festivals which a t tracted great �l ftists and drama

personal i ti e s from

all over the world.

I n addition t o being chairman of

the

music

department,

taught at

he

Annie "' right Se m i nary, Tacoma, and

·J i r ceted t he i r choir.

Mr. Weiss a t tended schools i n Buf­

I (alo, I

N. Y." whcre h�

He:

Lorn

wa.�

bega n the st u d y of plano a1 1 b and

worked ant

in

[HOlle y

t i me kee per and

as a

sheet

a

!inn

metal

lor hi, !I.u.'c

a counl­ 10

c:am

ter,

include Dale

show

thyself

and

the word o f truth."-II Tim. 2 : 15 .

received

married

Alic e

S pencer,

also

and

then

where

musIc

1 195 1.

came t o Tacom a

they bccame

cirelcs.

Alice

well

in 1 93 0

know n

Weiss

died

the gre a t responsibility, of being the K i ng of NOt"

way has come to you, wc send t o you our profound greetings a nd congratulations. Your tra i n ­

the campus of PLC in 1 939 and again in 1 942.

i ng has fi t t e d you for that h i gh pos i t ion in the:

K i n g Olav V: Grace and Pcace!

t o r y of t h c free world. Together with y o u r father,

m e as u re seldom given to any mona rch in the h i s ­

"News of your father's death, the

College a t

Parkland,

liS

late K i n g

here a t Pacific Lutheran

Washington,

this morning.

W e have been following the news i t ems for sev­ eral days and thus, have expected that this m i ght

be t h e news at any t ime.

"I herewith send t o you on behalf of o u r Fac­

ulty and

Students

our profound sympathy and

C h r i s t i a n greet i ngs. It was my great pleasure to

have a n audience with your great father in August of 1 95 2 . Needless to say, I was tremendously im­

prt:ssed w i t h his

grr'at

persona l i t y and

his

pro­

found i n tcrest i n huma n i t y from every angle

in­

cluding the mat" rial, academic a n d spiritual. H e

w a s s o courte-ous a s t o give m e a n d m y friend three

times as many minu tes as were given

the average person who h a d a n au d ien ce . " D u r i n g t h a t v i s it, h e

rehearscd

\'1:1 )' .

I t was

an

me

u nforgettable

the experi­

experience w h i ch

u n t i l the end of t i me. On th a t

same morning, you were so courteous as to i n v i te us to

have an audience with yourself and

so l ib eral w i t h your time and your energy.

a re on the other side of the Iron C u r ta i n .

"We at Pacific Lutheran College h a ve so man} ' tics w i th your country, that we follow you with

more i n t e rest than that given to most countries i n E u rope and the world beyond.

"May God give you every v i rtue and attribu t e

necessary to carry on t o t h e glory of God to t h

well-being o f y o u r wonderful

were

"Now that the great honor, only ma tch e d by

and

loyal

to the good of the whole world

in

people

a

time

when leadership i s so important and has so high a premium placed upon i t. M o re

po we r to you

i n the name of Him who is the K i ng of K i n gs. "Cordially, your friend,

to

" n ees of the morn ing when the Nazis i nvaded ?\'or­

will go w i t h

vou have w on the admiration and respect of the

e n t i rc fn'e world and likely the fear of those ,,,ho

and

"Dr. S. C . Eastvold, Preside n t . " The

a

lowing ycar ( ' 2 9 ) where they s tu d i e d

Olaif V Exchange Greetings

The foll ow i ng letter was sent to King Olav V

hIS

m u s i c u n d e r several notable musicians

approved

to be a shamcd , rightly d i v i d i n g

he

pianist. They went to E u rope the fol­

u n t o God, a work ma n t h a t need c t h not

where

Cornell College ( Iowa) w he r e h e m e t

ert Finch and Heather Strou p. to

Y.,

His first teaching position w a s at

Preuninger, Jason

Graham, Ted Kessel, Susan Lannen,

"Study

N.

bachelor of music degree in 1 9 2 7 .

Members of t h e "Flibbertygibbet"

of Norway Sept . 2 1 , 1 95 7 . The new king visited

Haakon, h a s r e a che d

Reuben Redal, pastor of Central; and The Rev. A. M. Rustad, Faribult, Minnesota.

and

H . Karl of t he speech department, h e

planned

area w i ll be com i n g down to take in

week i n Piere c COHnty sponsored by

"Your Majesty, t h e Kin g o f :'Iiorway,

PASTORS ENTERTAINED-The present and former pastors of Central Lutheran Church, Tacoma, were guests of honor recently at a dinner party given by President and Mrs. S. C. Eastvald. Central's beau tiful neW edifice was dedicated that week·end. From left to right, those pictured are : The Rev. Ray E. Olson, PLC's director of public relations; The Rev. E. M. H egge. Eau Claire. Wis. ; Dr. Ea.tvald; The Rev. J. L. Redal; The Rev.

joy

Toge t her w i t h Professor Thcodore O .

o u t the Paei ic Northwest ior tne cai i -

i

tian leadership our nat ion and

Nordholm's C h ildren's The,,-

and

much to do w i t h the pla n n i n g of i t .

lum . th n her of i ts productions. School ch i l dren won a t h ree-year sc olarbip 10 thl:' Dr. Donald R. Farmer, political s c i u It: in Roche: c l I c e professor, w a s general cha i rman f r o m t h e Ta c om a - O ly m p ia-Seattle Eastman School of •

':�('p�� ���� �: � :�� , Eastvold, I(ing e

Donhowe,

Charles

Tacoma's

The Cha pel-Music-Spcech b u ild i n g

was his pride

tre is becoming wcll known through-

),,1 iss Connie Nelson ( sociology ) and

the wcste rn part of th e U n i ted States

require.

the sUlllmer lIIonths. Gary Lindbo and

E ric

Dr. Farmer Directs bservance LOC al U N

P resident

l i li es. She is on (' of t he few pe opl e in

I

S m i th,

of

turt'r a nd occasionally gave programs

A mong thc hosts and hostesses wcre Jane Ross, Barbara Stuhlmillcr, Rob­

a t the D a lcroze Institute of E u rhyth-

t

Joe

one

of read i ngs.

wil\

Bruce Mcsford and Lyk Pearson.

w i t h a t Festival of Na t ions Oct. �4.

During th e past two yc ars she has

�1��:\YO\��rA �(;rt

son,

t h e American Associ a t i o n of the U n i t­

bCt'n stud y i ng i n Gene va, Swit zt' rl a nd,

in the youth of

C hildren's Theatre

was

chestras. He was in demand as a lec­

Hanna, Roland Wu lff, Joy

William

Mrs. Richard Mayfield

�is this fall.

invest

PLC

Weiss

also d i rected choruses, choirs and or­

by

Price, M av i s Evcfl�tte, Lawrence Iver-

he r mas ters degre e i n music fr om th e u n i vl' fs it y and is comple t i ng h e r t hc -

It pays to

comedy

�1 r.

A pianist who t a ught the keyboard

departme.nt

three-act

;

W e I ss and M rs. Helen M iller, both of H ambu rg , German y .

more than he performed, M r . Weiss

i n c l u d l' M a rie Peters, Reuben Lah t i ,

h i gh schools i n the S ta te o f M o n ta n a

., i('. Sh,' is teaching piano and mu s i c.

a

EdwlI1 \"Ieiss of Buffalo, and Godfre

best known musi cians and a leader i n the' promotion of cultural e v e n t s .

cast of "Dulcy." Members of the cast

taught i n

qualified to teach t h i s method o f mu -

I

M i ss .Jane Smi th, new member of thl' fac u lty , will d i rect the student

M r. Tctlic h'IS his bachelor of arts

Iverson $250, and Bill Ray, $ 1 00.

t

!

be

pn'sent "Fli ggertygibbet" Nov. 2 0-2 3 .

a n d at the College of Puget Sound.

mastl'l" o f a r ts degree from the U n i -

specch

w i l l b e given Nov. 6, 7 a nd 9 .

D c pc ncit- nts School i n Orleans, France ,

dends by assis t i n g to supply the Chris-

i

may

M a rc Co n nolly a n d Joseph Kaufman ,

g i n i a h igh sc hools, at

k g rce from St. Olaf College and his

by the

l um.

master of a rts de-

�,��;k :��� �;d �: �1:SI:�: �:�;:�

.scholarships from the Vita Cra.ft Pa-

'

in :'Ii o v c mbl' r in the college aud i tor-

V i rg i n i a and she rt'c('ivcd h er ba c h -

M � . W ynt" Berg i s prt' S i d c nt of lIIemher of P h i B e t a Kappa . . Sh e h a s tll� La y Lut es this school ycar. O th- completed the acad t' mic work tow a rds for the t' r offi ce rs chosen include M rs . Bruce

l'v(,nts

Two d nl lnatic productions will b

is a n at ive of West

Women and Girls will a nd at the M iles C i ty J u nior College. hold t heir annuaJ Co vention on our D u r i n g World War II he served campus in the fnTI of J 958. Miss Mar- with the A rm y in the P h ilippine IS(t'" � \�.(" �' r n n · n of \\'oluen, ; Itl,nos. il'e in this organiaztion. M iss Thompson is a graduat e of • * the U nin:rsity of Wash i ngton and a cans

Surviving hi m arc hi s wife, M a ri -

a nn (' ; t w o daughters, M rs. P e ter H . Du rk ee of Ca mbrid ge, ( D o rothea )

flibberfygibbef' , 'Duley' To Be Given

faculty after the last edition of the

grel'S i n the field of English from Mar-

,..

� ese

t i olls.

Miss Patricia Thompson

They i n c lude

.x.

h

for

purc hased at the door or by conta c t i n g t he D " partmcn t of P ubl i ,'. R e l a-

tion Association.

tions in

for 2 5 yl'a rs.

F i nal n u mb n on t h e series w i l l be conn:rt b y M a t t iwilda D o bbs, t h e

TIckets

L e a rn i ng of the Wash ington Educa­

r.ament Nov. 1 and 2. F iftecn institu -

ill

conducted

. , and M a ri a ( M itzi ) of t he fa l llous n(').;ro coloratura sopran o on Mass home , and two brothers and a sister Tuesday ('ve n i n g March 1 8

Oetob ..... f o r t h e a n n ual m e e t i ng o f t h c

*

were

Weiss was d i rector of t h e choir there

:! u c tor, M i l ton K a tims.

was

r i tes

6 by the Rev. Carl E. Ryde.ll. M r .

tra under the baton of i ts famous con-

D r. Arnold ] . H a g e n of the ed uca­

4 after less than a month of

Funeral

5 , at

Dec.

w:I1 1)(' the Sl'attie Symphony Orches­

t ies in W ashingto n .

•.

('vcni ng,

Comin).; Tuesday evening, F e b . +,

Ta x -Supp orted Colleges and Universi­

ciepartlllt'nt

Thu rsday

3:30.

on behalf of the Association of Non­

of

here

:'\ov. 5, at 8 : 3 0 in the a u d i torium.

Th,' wl'll known p i a no team, Lubo­

fornia Oet. 25 to 30 to contact cor­

ti o n

PLC S t u d e n t A rtist Series when appears

Page 3

Karl Weiss, Musi Head,. Succumbs

C il l i Wang, Viennese pantom i m i s t

pus \' i s i tor Oct . 2 1 and 2 2 . He spoke

s tu d e nts planning

PAC I F I C L U T H E R A N C O L L E G E B U L L ET I N

following

was received

cablegram

frolll

Oslo, Oc tobcr 4 : I THANK YOU, T H E

STCDENTS OF

PAC I F I C

F A C U L T Y AND LUTHERAN C O L ­

L E G E FOR K I N D MESSAGE OF SYM PAT H y' A:'IiD F O R GOOD W I S H E S .

ULAV R

111

in


N Ov., 1 957

P AC I F I C L U T H E R A N C O L L E G E B U L L E T I N

Page 4

------

Education Is Work, Dr. Eastvold Warns

� f I Kiosk-Slyle Boa rd

! � Ereeted on Campus ..

"

I"l o CI

0 '" -

Radical in design but functional in

� "tl

usc,

A gift of the classes of 1 95 1 , ' 52,

is loea ted in the center of thc quad­

c.; t-l

rangle

� � I» 0

Main

and

a re

attached

to

four

CC w m � ::J

just s omc credits, grades and courses,

but is aimed at turning out well ad­

I

a

to the other. They pass a t least fou r benches

cc-

UJ m � UJ > 0 Z

U

(

Mel

built

lands who do not h a ve the opportun­

c antt'd

brams

plans c a l l f o r conrrrtc

is

top

meet,

the

and

N EW B U L L ET I N BOARD A D D ED-This large

placement beige

painted

Il l)

Pede rson,

aut·daar bu ll etin bo ard w as op ened for use

the bullctin board.

It

a r c h i tects.

with

Working

Main and the Chapel. he kiosk-style struc­

ture

George Roskos, Dr. Walter Schnack­

enberg, Dr.

a

r e ached

f l� �

n

. . �11l':'1l "'t:�'" UI�

�",:

LVl'"

ycar Will be m ex-

IC

O. L. Haavik, a nd Presi­

dent S . C . Eastvold.

of

pre.stressed

pu rchasing agent and d irector of aux-

i l i a ry e n terprises a t Hamline U n iv e r -

m i n istrati,'c assistant to the president

i n charge of financial operations an d a.ux i liary enterprises. H e w i ll take his

duties

Jan.

1 958.

I,

Since

com ing to PLC in 1 94 3 Dr. E as tvold bas served as both president and b usi-

manager. Grahn of Seatt le wa s as a new member of the: He represents the C olumb ia

C l a re n ce A.

welcomed

I

I

Fou r

confercr.ccs

will

held

be

on

the month of November.

The Tacoma Sales Execu tives will

hold their annual fall meeting in the

C h a pe l , Thu rsday, Nov. 1 4 .

The sta tC' convention of American

l\ov.

1 5 and

The

League

1 6.

:\'orthwestt'rn com'cntion

Lutheran C h u rch Nov. 2 9 to Dec.

District

of

will

the be

Luther

American

htld

from

Honlecorning

the Associated Student

( Continued Irom page one )

The

Mt.

Rainier

Council

of

the

Boy Scouts of Amcrica will hold

a

patrol kaders c.onference on campus

Foundation

acknowledged in

Other

of

and

the

California

the

money

college's

matters

didn't

I

even

get

a

great for them because of i ts i deals.

"We of the· faculty a rc here," he said, "to offt:r you this k i nd of a n educa­ tion."

The convocation program included

per to be givcn i n the classroom build-

i n .!! ( old Student f n ion ) . " Duley, " a thre e -act comedy by Joe

ham,

The first two students to comple te

to other schools this fall.

Eric J ordahl is a t Stanford L n iH r( Harry ;

Con nolly and M a 'c Kaufman, will be given by a s tud e n t cast at 8 : 00 in

sity and Artin

production d i rec l ed O n campus by Jan e S m ith , n e w "pe e c h fa c ulty m em-

dahl o f t h e P L C faculty, a n d Tan-

th e a u d i torium. T h i s will be th e fi rs t

The

hou r

day

for

w i ll

close

visitors

all

c lassroom bu i ld i n g . Sunday

morniJlg

with a

at

the

10

coffee

in

the

homecomers

th e PLC Student Congregation. The

Rev. Robert

W . Lutnes w i ll

preach

and th(� "Choir of the West" and the S t udent Congregation Choir will sing. Open

house

in

all

campus

build-

i ngs will be held Sunday afternoon.

at

Oregon

State

Taniclian is

Colkge. Jordahl

is

t he son of D r . and M rs. Olaf M . Jor-

ielian i s from Baghdad, Iraq . About

going on

15

in

or

tht:

20

students

program

will

be

next

fall.

years

and

Under t h is engineering study, the stu­

dents

attend

PLC

three

then go on to Stanford, OSC o r Den­

\'er University for their last two years.

p rofessor

of

music,

and

fifth a

bachelor of science or engi-

neering from the school to w h i ch they transfer.

Re e luatto. ..

Is Retreat To i Pacific

members of

their

Lutheran

discussed

academic

College

p rogram

The sdf study occupied most of the

time and i ncluded such topics as test­

Dr.

Sidney

Rand

of

M inneapolis

was a resource person and spoke on the forthcoming Lutheran merger and

its effect on the coUeges. He i s exec­

ical Lutheran C h urch.

Thc Re v . Carl H . Mau, pastor of

Luther

included

Bible

M emorial

study

daily.

leader

Attorney

C h u rch,

Donald

and

Eastvold

enCe w h i ch

can

discharge

sponsibilities.

Council

of C h u rches

Ohio, this summer.

3 1 was $5,462, 1 9 2 .04.

The

this

opcning

the. Lutheran Broth ... rhood Life Insu r­

appointed

u t ed

r.

tn

the

col leg!"

the fac­

in

inspirational

Confer­

Oberlin, address

fessor of religion, who i s in his 2 8 th

salary into a retirement program w i th

yr,

re­

was given by D r. J . P . Pflueger, pro­

year a t PLC .

Dr. Ben J. Brownc of Seattle, newly

Association

by the board

the arca who have contrib­

legal

Study

he a t tcnded

1 0 percent of the faculty member's

111

family

ulty, and gave a report on the World

fall. U n d e r this plan the. college pays

tinns

Se­

D r. S. C . Eastvold, PLC president,

He said that the pension plan for fac­

Thanks was expressed

of

gave a lecture on how faculty mcm­

abou t $ 1 ,500,000, and that the total

to th� fril'nds, chu reh�s and corpora­

the

twice

attle, former State A t torney General

assets of the college reported by the

al lt'P Company.

was

spoke

gr:vc his annual message to

effect

their

a t Lake W i lderness.

the faculty and staff. 0,·. E astvold rcported that the op­ erating bu et for the year would be

i n to

at

annual t h ree-day retreat i n September

Christian Education for the Evangel­

was

Security and other fringe benefits for

went

faculty

tht' re-evaluation

bers

membcrs

Frill

under the d i r('ction of R . Bvard

of the music faculty.

ulty ; the acqu isition of propertit:s in the: college area ; and pensions, Social

ulty

selec-

tions by the College Concert Chorus

utive d i rcctor of the Department of

was

Harsta d ; rank and tenu re of the fac­

July

Newn-

i ng practices, grading practices, inter­ Upon the completion of four ye ars departmental relations and faculty they r('ccive a bachelor of arts degree from PLC, and at the end of their rank and committees.

th.., possibility of changing the nalTle cl Id Main to Harstad Hall in honor of the school's founder, the Rev. Bjug

auditors

pleasant

a baritone solo by Frederick

the i r three yea rs h e re under the 3 - 2 engineering program have transferred

endowment

d iscussed

1 9 1 8,

look," h e joked .

D r. Eastvold is in his 1 5 th year as

In En9ineerin9 Schools

A gift of $ 3 0,000 from th e Non­

fund.

Body,

Jordahl. Tanielian

I . About 500 young will worship at 1 1 i n the Chapd with

people arc expected for the three-day

conclave.

Bill

president .

alumni to attend the 5 : 3 0 bllffet sup-

the campus by outside groups during

C nference of the Augustana Luth e r- Saturday, Nov. 30.

an Church.

placed

In

poster an the new board.

,HY, St. Paul, Minn., to become ad - D i e te t i c s Association will be held here ber.

wing

concrete.

and President S. C. Eastvold place the first

Theodora Gulhaugen and Karl For. . . se ll, homeco mi n g co-eha lfmcn, mVlte

Four Conferences Set For Nov. on Campus

reported that student

1111s

.

board.

01

president

archi­

m i ttcc comprised of Frank M. Haley,

[ he board e ngaged Ce c i l O. V a n c.e ,

II

mode

tect i n the design was a faculty com­

for tl r" ac a c.' of 1 7f10.

ovt r

is

t h e photo on t h e left David Knutson, left,

was de­

the

GI

He urged the youth to livc and this fall on the campus. A gift 01 the c10sses 01 195 1, '52, '53, and '57, it is located in walk w i th God w h i le get t i ng their the middle 01 t h e campus between Old C h ristian education which can be

to

I contractor,

1 0 c a

the

to take advantage of thtir gift. "When

signed by Lea, Pearson and R i c hards,

c:nrul lIne:nr

president told

I was discharged from the Army in

the

buildings.

th ... n!l l i n. II

group, the

A pedestal w a s p l a c c d a t the

of a statuc there.

ntinurd from page one )

fa,'ored

students studying under

future

Board Decisions

Telling the students that they wcr

ity for a college education. He urged

ma tch the cast stone on the a dj a cent

U Ii:

C h ristian

The panels a n d the e n t i re area are

where

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eternity.

then1 of thousands of youth i n other

surround

l i g h tc'd a t n i gh t .

The

-I

with

happiness."

sludents pass going from one building

concrete

time

intelligence is the only guarantee of

Ther" is an open area in the ccnter

E i ght

" C h ristian education," Dr. Eastvold

blends

of the structure through which the

the structure.

justed lead e rs.

continued, "gives d i rection to life and

A star-shaped concrete roof eO\'crs the

!;; '"

1 ,238-sea t chapel was

Dr. Eastvold said that education isn't

til!' ground and meet a t the top.

o f t h e pands in this way.

the

Spea k i ng on "The Abundant Life,"

the

:1 rc;t .

z

President

dc;nts werc standing .

st ressed concrete bt'ams which angle irom

for,

students at

packed for the service and scveral stu­

pn:­

30-foot

told

Thc college's

i

E i ght largc panels, 5 1,<'2 by 7 feet,

>

i

Old

work

East" old

year, in September.

chapel, the library a nd science hall.

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-I -I

betw{' e n

m ust

you

C.

convocation opening the school's 64th

'53 and ' 5 7 , the: k i osk-style structure ;

� r.> .... •

went into

Pacific Lutheran College.

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z

a ncw bulletin board

S.

operation this fall on th� campus of

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Po.

Education is not a gift, but some­

thin

executive of

d i rector

of

the

Non - Tax - Supported

Colleges and Universities in Washington, spoke.

. .

d u r i n g the past This is the preli mi nary Iloor plan lor

the

proposed Administrotion·Classroom buil di n g.

This bulletin was written and edited by Milton N esvig, publicity director.


College bulletin 1957 november