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To 1011 0w c�tom Or many )'Kn' Enrolment Over Fifteen Me..,ben of La,t V••,' , -$t.andlng. faculty members of Pacific Dr. TinleJs.tad P.resides at Formal n Clul Cet PI.cew.e.,�: Seyen :\��e:r:aLC:I::pu��I Openin, of SchoOl in Ch.'pel: Last Year's Figur)es ��� Others Receive Fint Te.1chin, Ini. 'The aHak, whJdi w111 Officially Welcome Ne';' Jobs eight 0'cloc1l:, �lHe 'heklln the Students Recistrn H.uC. Announces -- .. and recreation rooms Placement of twent)'- two jp'aduates dining 21 0 R.ci.t.red "' . for in � ' numbers u planned ;'r its forUJ'!th year· of ex�ce. of the Normal department 01 Pacillc �Ilteem In charge wtll Include clUc Lutht'ran College wa.s 1933·34 Sc hool · Y... ; 30. Lutheran College �as accomplLshed talks by Dr,. o. A. Ttngelst.ad, I opened at excrcl.ses held In lhLs summer. according to- the an- of the college. and by Dean chapel Monday f'\·enlng. nouncement 01 the �tr1U'"'� office. Prf'S.. O. A. 'l'tngelltad .....ho . Lew1! O. Hunter An -Increasi of 11.' per cent over 1M! Considering present clrcumstances. the Hauge.numbers. man 01 the flt5t altair Of this Rnd tJi� year in enrollment ftgures for the rail normal department and Its lacult-x may -Qvlolin �t will sing. In the II announced by �t.nr u : semester compliment be highly ed for turning �. le. Mrs. A. W. Phlllp E. Hauge. .Thb he states. does out many saUsfactory teachers. U'- Mrs. C.P. 0.E. Hau iso MI'S U. . Xavier. J n. O and . not Include the number of students who cording to Dean Ph111� Hauge. . Is Mrs: J. O. Ed....ard!. have applied for admittance under the ThOlSe who secured positions Include: The...!t. accompanillt be re- NRA plan er the program. there ....111 . proposed by the Ck)vemment. Arth�r Spencer. Paclflc, ....C1ty; Olga. freshments sen'ed from a buftet table. The total registraUon tar tor the ; .����. �:;:t� :'Is =I�=;' with the faculty wives and ....omen t 1933-34 school year is 211. . o the 'faculty in charge. Plans for Although no deflnlte word from �e Rev. BJug Harstad.. founder of Pacific Francis Newton. Fox Wand; Mabel entertainment. at the annual Federal Goyernment ha.s been �lyl!d Lutheran College. and ardent· Christian Jensen Elgin ' Ethel Hagman Oak- were In charge of committee Of. Mrs yet as to "'!hether or not the plan .,t11 education enthuslut. who passed away vIIII': Olena Wa(l:bo. Olg Ha.rbo�: Ben. at his home In Parklan� last June 20. dicta Leland. Boril�aux: Lorraine 'thor- �eldler. Miss Fowler. Mr. Reid. and be adopted. Dean � stata that the en. Elk Plain: Alberta SChmitz. Mc- �����;s will be given by Mrs, C. ::. 1 u:o: th� p:ej�� I:�m;�� includes Mrs. ft. W, Ram.stad. Mrs. P. E. Hauge. Mrs C. O. Olson. and Mrs. P L C Founder Dies Milian: .Nellle Ooon. R. F. D.. Sumner: O. Olson and .... rk h 'Z' . Mrs. P. E. Hauge.. y Delmar Mortenson. R F, D Puyallup: J, U. xavier. Mrs. J. O. Edwards ac�::! !�:. �h:' : F�U;: �:!el:ng :�= :��r:: van.�uver: and LeU comparited the muslclam. fu d set fro' m a Ukle by the � �nounCement" �Doem1ng clas&- Rev. Ijug H�"t�d Dies in "arkto _ for �� . purpose. ..._�� gnduate5 of other Miss.J ac()bson Th05e who , t h e li!'JIlune 20 P " yelU·s.·and _t!o have nolO" re.:e\ved their Leave . ;��P� E� ��:'1 �:e= t!� each��� �n\;;;.' o r t l to the sChool In payment of . :���:n:'��:I�� �:Is �:�t �� After an Illness' of several .....eek·s dur- ::c::�� �Oh� �::. �l::::; Dean Philip E. Hauge s greeJ.lngs ....ere . 6rought �y Rev. L. Lud.latlon. Rev. BJu g Harstad. founder of W�lter Fren.ch. Morton: Mildred Card: regret the departW'l' or In on!:; u:: s���:��x:�tend to \'Ig Of Portland. president of the I Pacific Lutheran Academy. now Pa· �:�les=�:-"':- �':�I� !���I:-:d = \l, :�r:r:r J�bson. . er under thl.! plan will not 105e' regist . d I eP . Nonh",e�t , DIstrict of the American clnc Lutheran College. piLSSl'd u,.a y at out on the lIrst few weeks' study. Pafirm of 0, B. Ouf ler CO.. Lutheran Church: Bfid by Rev, hls home In Parkland last June 20. Evan.s Carlson. Sumner. College ortlciala have Lutheran cUlc duties new her up takes She Arthur Larson of Tacoma. who repre-- During his life. �y. Harstad had been to the manager of the 'brokerage finn allowed them eto attend classe$ under ted h A S od h n :� am � ugustana yn on t e exceptionally a.cUyt' In Lutheran educa- P.L:C. Pap � e � Monda)'.' . ��: ;1���u�e ���a�U:=:; � ��: seZ:�!he�=� J . Uon. having � been tht' founder of H J1;h Honbf ng on payment. of 125 and c185/leS tend b t1o�l�n -::SO��: Ithe F'rar.k..Iln l>Chool. and of Bwlat . InVite P.L.C .. Students has lhe presentation ot a pro�ry note ItaIf !ince t-Uy. 1931. WhUe'she . Mast--, Staff Write" to I. been secretarY To "'Luther League Rally Academ)' In Portland. North Dakota. Moorln, to the registrar. M1MJ&lgned by student and parent.. The . During the first year after estAblish- Chosen on EHicienc:y I..it: Jacobson hal been help.tng Sophia R.lsecond offer made by the college Is OftlC1!rs and members of the Ta- ment of this school he served here as Credit Wi li Be Civen for Wotl Fo...-ler ....Ith the IIlIlruct1,On In the gtrll' that students may attend cl asses until ' . phya.lcal �ucatlon clBMH She has also funher noUce or,the � plan, If It coma Luther.Leagues extend an Invl' not �aterlaJ1ze favorably the stulatlon n\l students ot Pacific Luth- p.rlnclPal .of the academy and Iater All_ coached the glrll' basketb�11 squad. does an Mast Moori the make To as school the In Interest teacher a His y 1Il be expected � take care of eran Colleg1! attend the fall rall Due LO the suddenne.u of news of dentbillw.at. rl:a.n Honor a.ai:ng paper wh ich the group will �nsor tnll eye_ so grrat that during the gold rush Aa�JDI' once. In order. to �ntlnue. hls Blll pi de�. no Jacobson's Miss ai 8c.bolutlc ..ardedN. by tlthO!! IINalMD to announcem�� of the According nlng at the First Lutheran Church. 6th days he pioneered in Alaslta In the Press �•••OOj tl e In haft been made as yet for flllIDi" the I and I streets In Tacoma. After the hopes of benefitting Pacific Lutheran the mln�o� regUtrar's office. more than 150 appllcaltlon.. and poII t�� facult; adv:,: ns government aid haye been this rail)' program. there will be refresh- College fCor liO ta editor of the paper for this }'ear, Since Reg1Itrar Hauge, whoae secre ry �;ce�v�� O�: he n ts n e=:�::����:��; Mut earned' Fit5t Class Miss JaCot.on :: been /�rre moretot� t ye �:: o; �h: ���e�OUz.:::u: a� ��� Bcsld'es his .....ork in establishing the Mooring l 5chool.s. Re\·. Harstad served pastorates ::tth:a�;:erll:t :::d ��... :�:: �::"�=' '�:e rl'l'� :� �c:n. MI� of the two plans offered by the school. church. ..., Rev. Alvin LewU! of Our saviours' In the church which is now known ed thls year becaUM! of the luye Jacobson II leaving: but real1ze her op- St)ouJd th. ll plan .materialue, faculty ...utheran church will address the group the Norwegian Lutheran Church of amount of Jo'urnaillitic talent among portunlty In her new position as seere- members anticipate the largest enroll· on "Ye'are the salt of the earth." MUS!- America. bJ.ll which at tnat time was the ever to be rrcorded In the twtory new students. accon1lng to N. J. tary to the �r of thI5 finn, It ment cal numbers Will lnC\Ude a violin nwn- three different synods. AsIde fro� Hong. Pac.lflc Lutheran COllege. However. especially dIfficult. to consent of the editorial. stalf. �creue In en­ ber by Lewis 0, Hunter ot Pacific Luth· these Interests. he was �tudent of the Underadvlser . work her leaving, tnaamuch as Mrs. Taylor WilD tM .11,4 percent ... .students . ho plan new a eran CQ!lege. a plano selectlon by Von scriptures. and had a yaluable library on the staff wtIl receive last year's f1� of a credit will not be In tbe offl�.this year. We rollment over Zanner.. and a vocal duet by Mary and \l,'hlch was destroyed by rlre here 12 hour offlcl!l15 school . anUclpate a later 4ate. each tlemea�r ror their ....ork. certainly wtsh MlM Jacob6on happiness years ..,!lgo. Agnes Tollefson of Tacoma. Su.cce�ful year. . . . Howeyer. In order to get the credit. It in her new �Paclty." Is neoessat'}'to ha-ve passed cert.a1n re. --'·Facu1ty Membera·C 0 From Mex.co ' to qulrements to g�t the sj,arr position. to Net" Day Girls Spread Fr�ak Rumors .. . . . Chicago to Spend Summer Jlacat.om do ....ork up to the standard tlet by fae- . ' Gamma 'RltwtIO� Nearlf . As. Delta Rho . , '. ulty . members. and to attend regular have With modest prote!tations of having In th� summer he �n made the·trlp ml'l'� of the editorial stalf. year. We doubt that glrll will prove -1E«lyn lEiI:IUId .spent ,.very ordinary vacations. the tae- I to the middle ,..."t becallR .of .the UJ- In. order that only those ....ho are de- VISions B,. stockings to eat onl�ns 'Cor breakfasthooland \l,'earing black,arn the old .. ulty reviews Its aeUor.l of the summer. ness ot his father ....ho II now recover- aemnr of statr positions will be chosen an h , ofhoes If when they come tQ sc t hool' le ing the '. , Mr, Hauge leadl the Ust, �v1ng spent Ing. .. to edit the paper. students Intereeted 0 !e: !� :abet. :r SCbelng a.s much �e new. Florthrown Inio would lIufferpromlses that InlUata his summer at the Univenlty of ChI- E. TIngleatad. editor of the Pad.{k: in'�c ....or� are trytna out on C10v r �ef:1t float through the Post enc ' the a p: t: on·t cago as a member '01 the 'Amerl� �':heran Herald. did ntenatve travel- the �t two..ediUo� of. the Mooring :nat\' . have to build. Pacific Luth­ f new day firll ' as they ....College a nn' buUdlng provldlna: �,th(ran . � on studJ:1.Di" trends lo g at �e flnt ot the �. Hl' and Mut. 'nIe COIDp1ete stat! wUl be an- prethta.Uooae ofminds Del� Rho Oamma. the. three others. Rei! Preus. Irene LWdahl. nounoed alter the 8t'COOd paper . Thole � pniza oo dra.... /'In h1tI:!.er eduClt.Uon. He under �. near they don't wreck the ok! one.any Ideu . tl glrll ' or ay superywon ot R.. W. WOI'ka. dean of a former student. and M1sa Dahl. drore who worked OIl th1I first paper lnclud- lans or h'e e I. We hope �"e haven't given dark .. kept st�t& and university examiner. TI11a to Minnesota.. When be returned he ed !I!uDJce ArnHon. VlrJlnIa BaeD. sP ret � t�e o�: �e=rs, as is even to the InJL1atlon �mmlttH!. made' up committH!'s report. ....hJch is JIlIt. be1nl' drove a number ot people to Ban l"rao- Marpret Cn.ft. EYelyn EII:l uncL Jean- ec Y ' of Georgiana McC1W't'. Esther Hvld­ and �l Monaen. publJab�. \a 'to � the buls of !&CUlt r cisco �or the CODyen� of the' Pacifk: J4ar1e )'owler. WUtoa N�.. WUma' tht' fat.a. lbodate:.m,uld � n to the ding. Jaz;'e WlllJamI study at Amerlr;an Lu�eraq �lIeces DIstrict· o! the Norw� Lutbtrao O.'Br1en. William PO�r. 6a!t1e Tor- u:u:: dO:O on their ;ees scrubbtD,g Deltll. RI:to. � Is. hefded �y P'lor ­ this year. ·M r. Hallge' alIO ....... the Church of America. 'Later, be .,.aiD rHdal. and Emory Whitaker. to h4ve had every who ence hopes Peat. the Ub noor day girl � comm . 1I-'Orld·.falr. ' t.ravel� to the Mlddle,Weat:w1th Mr: Tbe � '�t � be the ch lttee by next op ape�=n:�OfltfOl'�"f� .tune far Another member of the t&CUl ty 'Mr. H1a:�' � two othen.. He claI.ma that betIckd by KarY1D Han8eD m.anapr. they � es WOI'\IdDc e . tle OCMJU?ll Tb ' . tbey if applies . The � t to If't!l"\ new Highby, saw the PaIr, U dld.MiaI � the only V&Catl� h� � .... ooe-hsl! .� .... eboeen Wecme.ta,. DOOIl by tbe )'ean comm1 ave �e beea •• I friends ....hJna thel'r b !lee th ... of the buslneaa department... M1aa Dahl day in the Dakota Blaclt JWla. ' Jlrll and the locker comm1ttee. Tbe trot CUlfard Yee!onl.I8 should the front . O trave� to tne Middle Weat to do field Prof. Horic ....e Dt to MInDeaot& to at- ad �, and will c:boc»e faces D :. boule former .... ' . . co mprlsed of V1rJ1n1a atria t. W� aDd the ....orlt! for Pacllic Luth� Collep 10 tend the. COD,:enU� of the Norweci&n h1I'� later. Lou1ae JaeUon wW As the old.tocklng ca � ::rbool for M�.aod � � . PI 1& robabl latter of EYeI)'tl. Inr1n artd � the Women's 1I1as10nary Fedetatloo. 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PACIFIC LUTH.ERAN COLLEGE. PARKI..M{D. WASm;NGTON

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, With the nudenl body. 'the faculty and the many friends of Pacific Luth· eran Colle,e coope-a'tlng. we hope that ille yu,r 1933-34r.1I be ,�y hJ�fU1. Working and panning f:6gether. we !�ould. be i.ble to accOmpliSh ,II. I�at' deal. h fo e : i:ep ;: �()��::: :�: fr;!�8 :/ �. � . .,....m�!' M one ·mean.,· college, the or actlvltlell EDITO RIAL STAFF . I I n k W h HAZEL MONSEN Editor H�I Votaw: "Had a llttle" troo�le with C08.ch Olaon:....-·· von'Te-grea�lhe way ��e ::�:�t �hc:t ��� �� !::. �:;� m r er:� )'OU hammer the line. dodge. tackle �ub!!criptions to the . Moorlng MMt. IU'SINESS STAFF a..h �" :; e ? r y r opa a ' Marvin Hansen BUSIness Manager To our I:'resem stl;ldent !"ff.ders: we Hal y�, I btrught a CArburetOr that :�:n7s � ;;!;; :'��::, (.'\I Clifford Mesford 01, Qarl AdvertiSIng Manager saved 30 per cent on m)[ gas, a timer Thtry Smith: ·'1 guess ,It aU corrie� w1sh to bring the message " Evelyn Monson , Circulation Manager that sa...ed 50 per �f lt, and a spaz k fJ;Om my early t.ralnlng, I used to go Sandburg when he said: I I e yC? u . yet . , "f>lug that sa\'ed 20 per cel'lt: and,after �hopplnR with mothe� on bargain day:· for what you are. bou t I love r o. J, Stuen and N. Hong Faculty Advlser.s t. went ten miles my gas m re . for what you a e �In� to : " ' -LAtank W&5 � �I-Iove·you not so C your for much -------'-- 1 running o\'er," fswlmmlng Florida SM.n at Virtrlnla ..,...LAbeach): · "An you sure then are no realities, as f�r · your Ideala. I pra� for A B.loted Cr••ting your desires that they may be creat. If you cali laugh that off." SaId alligators. her!?·' h he�t�in� ur :.r OUlde:.' . ma�, I"m very !Uf1!:' , The w.ord "Welcome·' has been ringing from all sides toward the �ra. Pfh�ger. Ill! she wired 3" button ::; l :� a.cv'!:�: : :�� . :! . _ new students ev�r since their arriv 1 here at Pacifi lutheran Col. on �lI Jl e S YeSl. : ;k:t��ae���e · In/.forward .tow..� something grHt. � � _L..\ . ����;��:Th:': lege. The �"oorlng. Mast extends Its belatJ!d greetIng In 'the .form Harry MCCormick"! ··Dld you get the sharI!:! scared them all away." ) 1 am on the way with you, and Ulereof an admonishment. -LA....... ", fore·( love you:' secOnd question In Geometry?·· • -'Dean Philip E. Hauge. Ud e h an:· NO." �fesfort!: ,.! heard yJu took a trafup New students: Become ·jnteres�ed in the activities of you; school . : l. � far ·· re ou fro the th ol rt! w Pract!cally every interest is centered in some club. of .....hkh we . .....t' � � · rlgh�:���:er��' ;::!:':� : ·�l �:�� :\�amp. HAVE YOU. MET? . :" expect you each tqJoin as ",any as po"ible It i, th ..e whe,. you Bod, "F1,', "'....... Th..... Jotumy." -w,_ . A certain young man. �ho \ll{ea.ra 1\ -LAcan become n").ore Intimately acquainted with your schoolmates. Orwoll Dahl: ··What are IInklt'� for. Len WeMOn (to president of a large hat nov.". by the WAY? �t has one of Als h se �{oups develop the leaders who are to take over the Llo·)'d?·· reigns' t school next year . mlurufacturtng companyl: ··1 am a the heartiest chu�kles In thP.. school. Lloyd: ··To keep the calvex away-from bfiJllf!.nt senior In college lI.n d I am at;ld Use6 It freely. when he Isn t chew, . Don '_9 nflne your school connections to classwork alone, Attend tht' corn·' l ooking for lin Ollenlng In this firm:' Ing the en.dll �f ;lls fingers. He Is en_ the partt'es. games. and entertainments whIch the different groups -LAPresident. ··There It Is· don·t �lam It roiled · In the Normal department. and sponsor. It i$ mainly through these that you will meet the happy has t'xecutlve ability much above the �Ir Ramstad: ··What Is the formula when _yOU �o out:· spirit wnich is so vividly st�mped on Pacific Luthera . n College al't'rage, This he uses to advantages for water?" _LA_ . Margret Wesson. ··H."I. J. k. I. m, n. 0" Mr. Hlghb}'; ··How wa.� Iron first db- In tht' school's lars;e-st organization. In which he holds a. resporu;lbl� position. Mr, Ram�U!.d: ··Where did you get covered?·· . thllt Idn?·· Hansen: .. J th'lnlt,I heard somoone l...lv;t year he headed the Drama.-Ttcs. Dean's Secretary Leaves and later wielded the gavel at the meetMargrt'l ··Well. yt'sterday you- �Id say they smelt It:· The Mooring Mast. too. hears with regret news of the departure H to 0:· Ings of the entire Drama Club. No.... . -LAof Miss Margaret Jacobson. secretary to Dean Hauge.. for new duties . -LA- ' MIllS Fo.....ler: ··Now. I ·Ilm golng'to that ,,'('·ve told you all. Have you met After having seen her smiling �ace, be�lnd the offIce desk for as Porler: ··Shal! I brush you off. sir?" g,h·e YO\J a" tl'lli. Put your pap rs on the him? , t' long as we have been here. we Will fmd It hard to acquamt before )·ou )j aM out," ' . , ourselves Clarence Lemming: "·No , thanks: 1"11 table r-... to something different. ....__ The 5Chool"lIleadlng lady? Big brown climb off like the rest of the passellgen." eyes. 10ve'IY. long brown hair. and " Girls of 'the basketball sQIJad and phYSIcal education cla;;ses will . ) -LAvery plea.,lng personallty -the�, that'� I · indeed miss her. for she has .worked hard and faithfully with these " C " Spe groups. We are happy. however. that Miss Jacobson has been given Johnny Sluen: ··00 you work long [ I GIeanlngs I a lot to say In_ one sentence. but 11.8 such.an opportunity as is now open to her. and wish her the very hours?·· . The b Iy touchstone \\.e have thra,t RII true. Bell.ldell all that. she Is 1.811. Paul Preux: ··No. ani)· the reguilltion CRn be �{o...en I.� the word of 000.- studiOUS. and shows excellent taste In best of luck in her new position. the wa.y she dreMell. She Is brainy and kngth_lxty mlnute�."· Xavier. \ -LA\"--' Poople who rollow the word of Ood dependable. too, for she holdll an office Dutch (hoping for free advice): And .....hnt It MYA tor this IUe find en- In P.L.C:s largest organlutJon, AIIlde A New Attempt ··Doctor. WhRl would 1 do tor a !;praitled Joyment and pel\C� In IUe.-Rn .mst.a.d . from thl�. slngll In the collere choir. With this issue. the Mooring Mast opens another year of publica, �lkle?·· Chrlxt rhould be made the center of and 1s actl...ely 9MOCiated with the tion Doctor: ··LJmp."' Since its beginning, 'it has grown both in size and quality Drama Club. I...Mt spring she wall presall our ..... ork And pIny llfe.-Haavlk. -LALast year it receive!=! the highest rating of its existence-First Class the German Club, DeIIplte aU 000 wll! not let liS go: but It I� we Ident of Honor rating. as given by the National Scholastic Press Association these activities. she finds much time. !'Iormlln Wt'slllng: ··Why did you stop that let 'him go.-Pflueger, offICIals This year the goal IS set one step higher at the top rung gotng to Choir. Jack?· · Thc I)romlnent ",olce says that no to lI. pend with her many friends here of the I"dder-AII Amencan Rating JnCk: ··Well. one day 1 dldn·t sing nnd Itn- Chrlll t.llke nAtion cal l f1ourlsh,- at school . Do you know her? W,hether or not such an honOr can be achieved depends upon the �omebody asked If the plano had been Xavi er. \ staff and the studerts. It rs our policy to print open letters of fI:led:' We �lIOuld�be Inspired to patttrn our -LAschool interest. which the students submit. We invite your patron. Ha".o�'.·'ewelry lives Rfttr that of the Apo.stle Paul. 1n OtSTINCTIVE age. Then. tOO. any and all suggestions as to improvements on the A Il ill may drop In SUCh a way order that we may not be ent �ly use... . paper itself will be gratefblly received. With this cqoperation. and That ."othlng oould be louder. 1t'M. but may leAve a mark or 'good.257 So I l lh 5i T.c;om.. the help of a competent staff. the Mooring Mast is boUl�d to reach Just drop olle that"s red hot some day Ramstad, W.Jt�h Rep.ir;".., I Specility rnto a keg of,l)()wder. lofty heights. ' Christ taugh,t that ....1'.. can get away . from our past-that he wll! forget and ,. . . (o",".-H..,(k. 0pen Secrets r t a FootbaH in All Its CI�ry Foo·tbal .1��IS�:E�=S�ICked up at the Buga- so':: t\\':'�WI�'(�; :: :� ::e�t��; · Boys brandishing battle scarred faces and Sore or Injured legs re boo: Balketball­ arms. where we are lMured of safe ,y mmd us that once agarn football IS here In all .ts glory. With as Bud and Wlllle are stili dueUng; from faUlnR from Ille high pla.ces.-, a .. eb.1I ' healthy looking and capable a group of grid aspirants as have showp Clarence L mming 1s chauffeuring the Pflueger. Sea.o� . e themselves at P.L.C. this year, the Lutherans are bound to make a We I .hould strive to lea...e a mark of secretary·s car around: showing. goodness . ,this leave we world. to When Everyone has . masterfully resolved You will enjoy�tudy: When they go out to bring home. the bacon. leI's all be out there Thill can.l?! accomplished only by IIv_ to help them. With three home garrres scheduled, our men ought Major Is on the sick list aga.in: InB.a.ccordlng to the wor of God..:.... ME D.O S W E ET t! d have substantial to backing in the rooters' section. Fling your bfinners. Big strong football heroes sUlI rate Ra�sta . flaunt your colors. and let the world kno...... whom you represent. ICE CREAM first among the 1933 crop of COoed!; Even the voice or the chUrch cannO:t Here's hoping there's such a, crowd at every g?me that it will be The old apple orchard Is provlnR a be trusted; we sho_uld put our faith In Chrillt Jesus alone.-Xav1el . impossi. ble to see everyone; but anyway. we'll hear you at the game. popular trystlng place · Anyaeaton-Anderson goes In for petite brunettes The worldly live In the vaJleys of I spiritual darlmus: but when we be come 'this semester; ' ... The library Is s�UI n'ee and quiet. (oh I ChrlsUans. Ood IUts us up to the " grandeur of mountain helghu,-'PfJue· yett.h\: e r �;I�: n· � �he goal that Ood In Christ h� set PROTECTING u .l on Ha l sent Wa..\t"s' ploture to be auto- �o�' � ;;;;;;:,j �� "� � '� "' m � Sa1'� ." ·-......""'· =:;==;:;: =� gTaPbed: The Athletes Me-sford Is stili ,open to bids from Freshmen co·eds: . Football Pllyers Ire youna "nd sturdy. yet th� cOKh's Jack Hudson proved to be a good P, L. tirst thought is for their protection--including headguard, C. promoter In the land . '.oi the northshoulder plds I� pldded togs. ern lI,ht.ll; AI)Other protection th..t students should h.ve is Lu · Milton Nesv1g may be fr e, but he a. esh1our · !tnt . .. .. . . theran Brotherhood life insur..nee. Being �ng and healthy already calls us all by . . . .. . � .. . . . . entitles you 10' tow ' rates-which never ;f1Crene Ifixed by ;.. . . " nam�; c.?"trKtl. And you Cln mike your parents beneficiaries. Owen- Brownfleld's sidekick. Marian i HIGHEST QUAL I TY PRI NTING. , . Pennie. hall gone over to the oUler In a Modernly EQui� Shop ,"! Write now. aivina your Ige. .lind learn from us the f�. . . . camp; Come in Anytime " . cost of student protection: MUJ Wesson b the seU apponted � \ Alistrum Printing C o� p. ny dian a.nael of all P'reshmen of _ 940 COMMERCE ST MAIN 6768 stronger sex, Ii".", " ..._... ."""""."""""""••" ,,'" "'"'''' '" '' , " "'" M.... .. .. '''''...."...... .. ."..".. .." .."...."...! LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD Published every t1l'O· w�b d·ur1ng the school year by the students of Paciflc ' . Lutheran caUege. Parkland. Wuhm,ton Entered as Sot'COnd c1us matter. October 2. 1925. at the Post Office at Parkland, . Washington, under the �ct of March 3, 11m1 . .

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elec� last spring, Is not OreeUng3 to ytlu all at the ·�nn!n� ,Pac-Utc ,-Luthtr�' College faeuity for to school this year. ·It was or th1s school year. li nd a special lIo·el.. ont year tiB.!· bren grall� Mr.\. 1A?1I1� to havt A reelection at (,OIne to the freshmen to whom this S. Tllylor..accordlng 10"the annO\ln�· meeting of Ole Deut"che Vereln fln!l column II respcetfulJ)'. though rt:, -menl. of Dean �hlllp·.E. Hauge,· At th" Monda)'. . MiUl[aret Wesson "'M Ilrelt.ully dedicated. Ye scribe Is let,,- opening or lh� school_ t�.m,·�1:,1 TRv� to preside O\"itr club actlvltlrs Ung you. In on the ground floor. st) to .Ior .�.lsfOO �'Ith registration. but hll___ �chool affairs. Members of during the coming semester. WIlliam speak. It you ",'Ish to be popular and not faken over any classroom work . Zier will ho have a sliccessful college career, .caie. this year. . l d the offl� of \'lce presl· dent. funl' obMrve the folloWIng traditions Aside from her dutlM�SiIilant' to the rt'gistrar. M.MI. Taylor haa beton in­ structOr In. E'ng�rsh and French cJU8eS sec;:etar)' and treasurer. which Position Al'A'ays meet xour rrl�nds' fn, front of Inhasthe high, �hool . dep!U'u�umt.. 8hfl ,::�"':'�:,; I "�';ng Mast last Hospital )'N..r . ha.s entered Os ""E rs l" th� library. '[he nobe 'A'on', botHer th be held by car Ande on. rvin . also Been active In dramatic -""ork. In Roc:h·' DRmmel and William Pf)u �r '\Idll slud�nts Imide, they probAbly don' t being ac!¥lser of the Drama Clu,? and Brothers �Rchlng the cOllege plays. Her c1�Minn.. to train as a nurse. serve on the program committee ...1 th "'�mt 'io' study fl,nyWay. rOOm duties bring taken �I! of the vlC1! president. ,acUna: as chairman. Ih� prof Is a little lale; ...alk ,out ror this ),ear b.y E. TIngelsLRd. �Itor. Tentath'e plans for Illustrated lectures of l of . lIdth td r clll.M . th"e Pllclflc Lulhenm··HerIJd, of Oermafl)' to be ginn for the studenLs C, l'lM He's Ju.�l as bo, During her leave of absence, Mrs. AS you Are, .'ef? dlsc� . . Tal'lN" Intend.!! to remain at her home Take YOllr· books from the refrrence In Parkland. and 110'111 RAlat with r.egls­ shelf for 1I'reb lit a time It doesn't tratlon 1I'ork at IIChool when she m 01 O,on Cooking; ·Report o��� el�ltl: �:) :\ �:" ever has an op- needed, according to DeAn Hauge. ; Bt.rchelo rhood Plemt(IJtl . . .. . ..t"ib;t;ol�� Frodl 8 r;"1(6 Marie Fo1l'lrr !chalnnan), Ostln , sen, �rgl.anna MCClure and Ledltft and gentlemen. al�ow me' to FO�a���:I;I:��l.bYA:�:I:/ I��=e:," Candy· to rof, Rnm�t d "'�'""""',I''''''"''""< to you siX of th� bra�'�t men bo , P , Andt'rson. a , . y Paul?" It help!' to uphold th!.' ' ' The board this· w eek confirnled of Pacific Lutheran College. These dignity Prom all ap lJellranCe!\ Mr. Ramstad of the fnculty. celebrated slx �av!.' strong consUlU· to be tht' mO!t p'opular memo tlons And hearty nervrs. or they could Only borrOll' the el'lceptionally. brtJ. blsfrgoing of tht' faculty. Already he has reIlot endure .....hat they do. 1111."" t8 ken celVM 11.'00:1: of dlvlnlLy candy from H notes lIRiu studrnLs' . e Now, then, you pretty youns lady In Eunice Arn!'50n, a frmh. the corner, slep rl,ght up �nd pick your, thrill for your benefit. According to Ann Engen, Rnother. self a husband from one of th,� hand.: Skip mast, If not all, of your clllMPll_ freshman girl.. who I)re&en� aL,the 50me gentlemen. Clifford Mestord, WI!- )The more you kll.?w. the more )'OU know 0pt'nlng of the bo". the candy wall lIam Zier. Ahene Schierman. Ed t t)laL Eve. l made by an e}[pcrt. It d wh your give : l' _ b'n Ameson, a s.ll'lter of Eunice, 'prom..' Schlerman, Al GUrlltz. .!nd Irvin DRm- :: � �:;� ll�;;�:;t'''' II mel. It rnattens not how domestic )'OU I 15t'd. it to Mr. Ramstad more than a are. they will be �rreetly satisfied. rear ago. when he accomllanled her to· becaU5e the)' hue proved that they . AII\'ays be loud and boisterous In the I aPilly for a .teachlng position. 'I'h� bar . library. TIll' studenl ln charge 110111 even gain was that If she reeeIYed the Pasl. can endure anything; for. belle\'e It or entrr Into the ialety by tapping tlOI}, ··R:i.mmy·· . �as to get i boit of Holmberg working at lhe not. my dears, they eat their ollo'n cook. her candy board la}' the Innocent and nOC'''''''Y I To,'_' Grocery Company. He 1I"8S llencll loudly. Ing: and. 1I'hat:s more.like It: �Rd'e t'!ij�IY for him by Eve·· Rr��� �n d l � . A. bet!n vi c e pnsdent Iyn herself. of -.soc the lthis shack Every union member of �� : ;: � n ke)'s � f )·ou can do all the"'l' lhingll. the Student had he returned. c i s h·e I which up oc es a f ·room apartment Clipboard �'ere In IXiSSesslon of abo,,;!! Dahl's 'Grocery st.ore. lreems per· result.!l will surprtse you, ?,'en the P" .�..'..b '. writ,,,, 8'PP...... ' Prrus. Immediately boy lIo'as ' G All := Iln�s.'���:p���t.get them. Paul. who still In , L.D.R, R�c;ePtion for New : tl un���!:f:l�utllo��� S:�:ty:a:ak��I�e� rl'elcl,hlld a"b rd� f�r It. 1 : � Instructed lhe boy get them elrls Held Yesterd.ay 1I'bh them the bes( of luck for future Our heartiest congraLs Rnd be st J. F, V\SE�L CO. 'hl� poCkets. 'I'h,!!: 'keys obtained. wLshes 1O Mr. and the recently .Rcqulred BooUeI1�Uonera . Itare health. . gr h b k:' SC;OOI Of flee In the form or A welcome jJRrt� for Mr.'l . LI!\' l nSOIl. �: " �;:��ht ad S � ���: new girls. the Lutheran Daughters French Club o Devo automobile. . t �ti.�_��.!:� t t Reformation held thclr Inilial . Hnve you noticed thaI ns soon ns p�,"".� I 'n�"". of this year In !.he coUege reMeeting. to Trav elo gue.: Len WeS&On hear" an I nfectuO l laugh ..---Tingelshd Adviser In the dlllt.Ance he always Informs room yesterday afternoon. Jane . BROOKDALE in ye · . E\'�II: ;;wl�, :�d Lila Rudd Plall� are beln-,--m'- de by the French ·'Br· t than my �:s'''. BARBER SHOP wrnt merrily on. as h06teSS('s. and Mrs Ramstad Club to dt'vote the programs during r. c Brookdale �� the next )·ear to a tnH'elogue. Imag- ��e: Th�rel h�.o; �Il au..nlmor poured m��in:��::.;�n.�o ;,'e.s ���e e p� , Johnson RIld Allee Peterson Inary \·lslts being marle' to numerous ��r"h�n: a �a�::,r�n� l� ��ls co�� .. phy&iclIl examl natlonll. Dr. Frank . Kathryn r l Si In of e a I r� ' l Baker \I:as alscJ" here !.hIs Il·eek to. limn I� nicke . Such a practice Is ..... - -+ ;;;:. ,,� � �� te! � � o � e r . ���e �1:ld:l� �� I�ft:;;:i to ;;: frowned amine the teeth of the students. I}pon. The staff members are s � the history and obJt."C ! ler the Lutheran Deaconness HOIIpital nO QUllity Knittin, CO; I� Chicago. Pearl Homme. ,the Vice .t grafters. Sorry. OscAr. . �� o;; Letta, S.e.lt.n Ou, Specialty president el�\.('d last !prlng wll! head lhe group. her place Jane wmlams Choir PI.ans Uncerh "03 Ilth'St., TACom., W.sh. in Have l'oa,MeL. \\'M eleeted Tuesda�' to be \·Ice prrsl · Until Edw.ards· Return J.)anna Mallousos And Edgar Lar- Because I"rof. J. O. Edwards, head of ...------ -hrber Shop : . o::!� '--, �� son are lIo"Orklng onJ rograms made In the mll5lc department of Pa.clflc Luth. �: ::��O�UI: � .lind the form of r:"llro tic kets. so that eran College. has been In California no exlr� cost ,1nd Ihe work is rdone organization, "'hleb makes a ConfeCtionery s program the may entire be ye ar corn· .o;ince the opening of school . no definite by experienced workmen' at missiOns. Virginia LEHMANN PHOTO,FINISHING I� president ot L. D. R., having been pleU!ly outlined by the first meeting. plnnK' for acUvlW of tht' "Choir of the O N TSO N L, u noftlciaUy annourieed that Mfa, STUDI S �,=:= ::: G =E::,= K:= U:= O :.: = : ,:=':: ' '''':'==4 elN'ted last lIprlng. West" for thl� year have bet!n made M . ' " " tiO' . ComP 'V" Richardson of Tacoma, whl? has lived :: a s yet. t ance for m y yea n and studl =: := ::=:: : ! � I Fr the countryan at the n , With the large Increase In enrollment + We must never be satisfied with will speak� "bout we have accomplished either In Qt the college thls year, pro.!pects ·o f fiI. mreting. l al Brookdale Cash life or spiritual ure; but we mlL'lt · Mrs 0, A. nngoe1s�. because ot the better chOir· than ever before are [n Dlhl Crocery CO. . she has shown � F ways be pressing torward.-H ....vtk. evidence, &everal studthts of outstandrench . and Ing mlL'lle&1 ability ha\'e enrolled in Ute Market work of the club. was chOllen 'to be M: hool. and a number more are upeet· PARKLAND . 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Hom. C.ni.�. 3 Trips . FirstSwim Octoher 7 40 Gridmen.Answer On ·Crldel... Sch'�M. Olson's Call for Men Si,MeI by 'h"ician; Nee, . Due to confllcUnr' .ct"�II, Cqach c-.rdt; -.. ..ry"to Enter '001 . . For Gladiator Team olsOn hu been unable to secW"l! . . h . . UJ fi Th y� t p paTty .�e of Juh � n � . �o�::et:es:P���::n� ��e"'= ' i5J:!O Excellent Mlterial .Seen in nsor� by t.he Swimming Club the �MOri.. . However. there may be of Pacific Lutheran Col l eg� w ill be In Squid of 9 Letterm!lft and By Milton HelVi, . be a pme; but no ddln'lte word h� 31 Others Who Desire ..................................................... �n l"fl:elv� when thl ! imfJ"lI llle v.w.e.A. pool ne� Saturday evl!j. ning. Qetober 7. Hour's 'Will be rrdO\ . . PIIces on Lutheran 'Eleven ....rnt . .to p� . to ke which m y be. This column needs no introduction but t wOIJ1d like to explain its . This year the SCht'dUl� aHom., a . 7:30 purt:hasM9:30. fromTloM t:"of, t�e club" offlThe rootball .setL'IOn oI 1933 got off to purpose 1;l PacUlc [!'. P the llh Lt to chance the new students. "(his column Yt:!ill present briefly inY cers are 1 ·cents each. � an allsplclollS start on Monday. Septem- terestingtoitems 5 , m of sports which can not be advantageously printed Coli a new rule adopt.ber 18. ,,·hen an eager group or asplr- in our regular sport news. We plan to make Sport Slants just :as lIeste,�",:�� �hr: ;f 6t�:Uga�� In aCCOrdMce. With . I::· �: :u�c: o n :,� � � "till·be In TacOma· and three a. ,,'ay �IJ ': aJY�:� w :�;e��LtI�cI���n. n��: ��=�n�: in teres.t.ing as ever a.nd earnestly hope that you will read anti e�i.OY· it. from . . home: , ta t - S. e x The Inco�plete lIChedule lI! �h:S:r! �:P��c���� :o ���r ��� ::� :1' ::�:��aP:�n:::rste:m:! will ta�e place �tu� follows : pool These are good for a ye&r, and -..1.t'R� look l'ery rood. accord,ing to The inauluration of the "9�3 !ootball ,eason . . .. u day. ·Oct. 7. whe.n we play LinfIeld Collece a.t the Lincoln lowl In ���� � �:= <-. ' may _be secured ' from WUlIe pflueger. . Coa:h Clifford Olron. He also states Tacoma . n .leld who last year wM elecU<i to the pl""I'I.l,.. O ur opponenh will present lome Iti" competition and th:lt Pacific LUtherM College has one the outcome dency of the club. of this battfe will live us a lood idea of the strenlth of Oct. 14;--St. Martins at Olympia of the best groups of backs th&t ever the Cladiator machine. s . mefl.ing. thOR electN po d::rkened Ule field and a werful. ���.�=��:�:��t��ma 10AtserveMonday'ottiee"rs �th Willie during r:mq�' line. Coach Olson Is "'eU pll'a.sed S. No\' . 4---C o lumbla at Portland t e faJl semester were:· OIic&r Ander-· !t I\'ith his material and Is optimistic vice preslaent: Norman Jensen. . The backfield contah� many good At this.time we want to extend our heartiest congratulations to Nov. 100BeJllngham at Bellingham son. secretar?" and Hazel Monsen, t.re&tlUrer. pla�·ers. In Bev Shuster 'we ha\·e a Bob LeVinson and guess who' hfs brIde. Mrs LeVinson formerly h t t a a h �JE�R LE�D.ERS (;HO$EN �����g�:\��;l �::::��'n�; ;�:�; t�l� ���d:�ilia�� :�:st �:� To �� ��!I��:�:::� !��:n';;��r ���� Seven Preachen' Sons ) fleside in Boys' Gym That John Van Leuven "IV11l be y�JI year. as he·s) the ne'" signal barker. wishes for' lots of success and happ.i ness in t.he ·future. king. and Jean-Marie Fowler and Mary Then th('re·!II HtU� Dutch Moo.. tricky . . ' ' S. S. . . bail-carrier and t,.o-)·car le Have you heard .of all· our P. K·s? Nash ",m be yell dukes, wu decided at Tuff�· Smith. st�r fullback a�= tad u m Thil fall we find leveral of our Ira"duat�d .le.ttermen turninll ou.t �oy,: don·t be mls.Jed-";"e ·don:t mean a baUot 'election of the st'.1dent· � noon. Other contest:anU [or last )'ear. Is sUI>er�.t.pass!pl. Another at other schools : lohn Fadnesl at Washinllton State. lill Whalen at Wm. Wrllleys, cushion shaped conrec- yesterday the positions w.e�e Clifford .Me«ford. _ ,{urnlsh many U. of W Chuck McMillan at St. Martins. and Carrol J�cobson. Stan I�t l!'rman. Hal Vot I p r n Sa gr n I h J;,:":11 d ������ Score. Walt Younil, and Carl Martin at Luther. = ,:� C�I::Ste� � y�� d��� �:�. ��a��e:cI' X:S:�I�;,t ::::;:e�:OI:: �� �r�� �n;;��tt �lIh ��tfl t . Its high time you're learning, beeause As,o;oclated Students. urges rull cooperS. ll'tterman. Elmer Gerllt.%. .....,ho kno.....s pro�1se to play a great atlon with the new. leaders at all .games. J h s The scrubs who take all the dirt and get little or nO glory will these.t �e��rs ut e� ��:k:��� ���:s����!���. ��I���:.��! finally come Into their own thl� year_ Coach Olson h�s .obtalned a �:; just :X:c� :�e�fpP��. �a:ers Sanderson. To. Cive Tea few games for them so they will get a chance at some Interschool KJd now re�dlng In the �ys , dorm. That the new day IIlrls will be nI ( C3ptnjn Swroe Willard makes the competition, We might add that the reserves this year are unusually g e y de n a b �.���::� g;�u:��n�u:�'��J'��� strong ' �:� :r�� f��r!� �: ;�� c�:; � :�o�O:I: R=�S:��a �e�: ;I��; similar UtiI'. afternoon was decided at a meeUng of S. S.. on" of the best In this section. accordWl'll, these boys w�o are expected to: the gro�p yesterday. Plans of the \nl_ t The past lummer has found some of our lolfers very busy. Ray 8ht �- re \(le :�=. for t�e following week were dls_ �:�b�� ���>O��ne �a:k� :;�te�: t;ro: Hinderlie won t�e cup for the Parkland Course C"ampion ,hip· and :;e��a����:'�� : �: : cl� the oockfleld. hflndles tht- position s me of the : Y boys won Sunday .Tourna ,:"enh. A school tournament of super.men In �lve5 It'S ellS . loon be under competently. Bill MackJe,u-Belianninl' wOill enter. are . war urced and to all club SWlnlen � '" . to pIck them OUt fro ' Name •_alcot • . Commlttee ... rest 0f WI. �Iflr. and Clart'nce Monson look good. . Th�t look-deep tho ht on the vlsages At the' regular student bOdy. meetlng At tackle there Is a veritable giant. Ted p carried that a Cronquist. captained the Oladla- Coach Olson spent part of last summer , aiding Bernie Bierman . of such lAdS marks�them as · Ks Im- Yl'sterday. motion . tor .; last )'l'9."'ho mediately. rm sur you'll all wa�t to committe.! � appointed to iOck Into r. Very little ground will coach at the University of Minnesota. at the Luther College coach ing meet these curlO6lU� but they're &Ott caring for Major, the CS!Ilege m9.8COt, be made through hlm' thls yl'ar. · The schooL The school was atten� ed by man� coache� from the Middle of a bashful lot and ¥' we·1I have to .who has the ma.nge.pn the committee other I.ackle �ltlon Is open as yet; appointed for this a.re Jean·Marie P'owbul Svlnth and--ounderson look prett): West schools Mr. Olson aSSIsted Mr. Bierman In class work and Introduce you. . irman), Oscar �ders;on, Vlrgood. At lIuard. another maJnstay. John instruction . First comes Milton Nesvlg, the spokes- lerlnla(cha Mahncke and Clarence Lemming. II Schlerman, has. rt'tumed f�lHng· qullE' · the man of group. Maybe he s not as S. S. a gaJl In the center or the line. Marv bashfu\ as reputed but he·s going LO Hansen. a half last year. Dammel. and The Minnescta system and shift. which Coach O lson taullht this make a name for himself. He·s one LogA Il Are leading the pack for . the season. will be used by the Cladiators this year. The shift is snappy. of those· guys that go skatinll up and Leath., Sport l.ek.", $6.79 other guard post. The c:nter position eliminatinl the slow huddle IUltem. and adds more clJlS and styre down the hall In football togs. Rolf KIMBALL'S hilS 5e\'('nll aspirants. namely: Bob Lev- to the lame, PreWl and Mr. N�svlg are the only IIvln�on: cOnl'er.ted wingman: Johnson. ing members of the P."K. S. W. S. (The 1 I07 1ROADWAY S. S. Iv.;O-)C8r lettermall from LIncoln In Talast three letters standing for Spltl Wad . coma; Martin. and Piper, , I conclusion. a word about school spirit . We're going to have Society), which mor;t aUl-Wlt body hasl t======t - JEWELER These players .mentloll� are not all � gonodlootball team this year ; but no team ever gets any place with- dally tarret practice In chemistry c.la.ss. · Sprenller 6- Jones those turning OUI so don t be surprised S 0i!t support. Let ' s attend all the games, . and let t�em know that It. may be added that thoullh Nesvlg If romeone unment�onro makes & . n!!JIle we · re behi�d them, win or lose. If they have that assurance, nothing Jacks Ralf's technique, Preus had the - W for hhnSf'If. The)' rf' all out there to 'but. a superior team will stop theP'l, Rep.iring Jewelry and atch worst or It. during the last two rounds. .. S A pec:i"lty make the team and the best man ,,1m. . (Nesvi, was In the back kat.) .F'ollo,,·lnll l, a lI�t of aJl thO&/' who Facu�ty, M�,:,b rs Repor� . and Mr. Hunter. spent Ronald Martin Is the big iellow with 1 1 33 BrOadway . BRdway. 431S Mr. Pflueger m tlonl �:�I·('1' ��. �e:�;:Il.U��ft���lIa:n���; ..., (;�:�:ue: SF�O: �f' �:) quiet summe r.; at home. Mr. Pflueger the. blond curly hair who draws the did .-;orne field ,,·ork and gardening co-eels to tbe tootbalJ field t;g watch \'ol.aw. Erlck..�n. Tuff), Smith. Drelbel- In different parts of th�te. whUe Mr. Hunter did a little private practice. tJust. call h1m Ronny), He's f5dor Nine Holes bls. Mar.· HanS('n. Lyal Sanderson. Er- Prof. Ramstad·s wife did the travel- teaching. from Astoria, are.. where the cholf had 1·ln Dammell. Hvlddlng. Bev Shuster. Ing for her family. While her husband Conch .olson asslstN In a coaching such time on It.s tour. l' BUI Mackie. Clarence Monson. Bob kept house and farmed, sh went to class at Luther C;:ollege the last two · Thena good comes anot�er young man who ' 25c' for 18 Holes LeI'�l)son. Archbold. Brandt. O·Connor. the mkldle west to do field work ror Il.:eek.!i of July. alter he had done field halls B eattle. from He's Roland 8wan- $1 . 5 0 Student monthly rate · Gunderson. Potter. Logan. · ·Munch. the college. I . dl o c er h w ft eth f h t ht Pf J R J . �� ::'���o� ;o� =:�:tI�7n:��� u�: $1 .50. · Laciies rate monthly ': ;��� : � �� �as :WI �1����� �=lg. ���. �:ede ee;;;� ro� �:o :V:;:S. fl��. B::: q;t o::! worked and played golf. Miss IIOrt of feel like he's a friend of our's, $2.00 Men's monthly rate lard, Colburn, Dutch Moe. Frank Ume to go 10 'the hosplLal In Seattle o on s usual. vacation in �, since he was'Joint host with hls Elliot, Naml'll. John Stuen, Ted Cron- where he spent three weelts. He finIshed JAc bs penta her month's de to t e choir at �thsemane las� �Irki�nd Coif COU� I s i h n, Enoch, s · :� c;:�;a\I,O:t :Y ;�IV��ltct:f O:'��� �� "":: :ums:,� �t ��n;= !:�:�. � ��:�r ����/:� Js::!� . and M lsa . Knutsen went ·to CaJ.lfomla ----I--:-- � ;;;: :: ===::::'= :: ====. IngLOn. , � �� � .= d Mexico. .�.r. Hinderlle the Janitor � � � � � Mrs. Bondy Md Mrs. Kreidler bot.h .M .1iI Beauty I Bonnedale Shoppe wo ng usual S�-::� � �� r a In c e Economy Ti'.ket at th�. Bugaboo-:-$ l . 1 5. for $1.00 , :� Y;;!r hO�: �: ���� ':ue��: ::e;;t �: o��:;: !� th fac· n S �!i;:! k:, ;0 tfle "'!'t $5.00 Cash 'rl for the boy OI'.lIlrl hold.nl treet Car M1u One thing m�e:alm05t aU e K Beattie with In vWted reidler . . u.ed tl'k.� .t the nd f school term W.p�.... nl i.l. 5(Ix,u•. a fonn.; P.L.C. "'."'". She un, taugh! h,n. at P.L.C. ,nh.,. th. W.t<h _i."c- 1M _"kI CoodT f r an � n t e Iace . · a l""d also �Ited with her sister In Tacoma first II1x weeD or the second. � E � �� � l. � 6 : . . CArt;:�61:S��2�' .. and In .Olympl&. '. lII!!!!l:iii , . MIM Fowler a volunteer worker with the Family WeUal'! AMoelatlon. E LUNCH ' THE CABIN �r her pleasure trip she went to HOOd ()pen �ni"" Canal. IUlt Rlpt lot A Little W,lk " I Mr Xavier and Mr 8tuen both joined ,lid It. tittt. lillICh . kBroo the loggers ranlts. They AWed wOOd .I kd,le �ery Opposite d f o-_...._ ._ '"" _;.:;.:;.:_W _ ;.: ."' ..;. � O��::a:t a thoroughly lazy Urn . . 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M . �hysic.ll Ed..�a- for Frida,.. · Department of the Non.eg1an Luthman Cha" . . of Cirls' Many Attend Yearl y Affai r i n CoI , , f u nd th a Ch �o:��� at ;t ��o:� : �� :I� tlon It.'es ; � F iqn Roo s . ' :: n:� , .:n:::' =,� � .. Director Announces .Lilt 'of 40 ' e,e Recrelt eature lVocal 1 Trip Annual Far; enlft(. Thul !\.tIM Ulrn8 GOff of Tacoma will .. ... me " .. Chosen d 'Mh',,",ent.' at �pt'8.k this nlng the c�ntrsr t�e glrlilc Ph.YSI�l ucatJo 1 E. Entert.l....inment SaturdayMusic�·clOCk. Lutheran eh�$;h In Tacoma. at eight Instruct ' . ToltinInclude etary Much of Lait, Vear', -l"irene Dahl. president. of the claSlles lh semester. aecorde;tng to .:e ,

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Meet In . In accordance with a custom of manyt-tr�l.ofreu't. announces that no admls- !l.nnoul1c�menl of Dean Hauge . ."'onna- W·· A'.' WIll . more than a week s�nt in to/. . be charg� for the program. lion or c18l1.5u for the gymnasium work Tacoma 0ct. .27, 28; I AHer years' t;tandlng. the fa.culty wtertalned �lonrtU u the ncw \'olces' Prof J. O. Ed· laking place Ihlll ,, celt. and a large memberil of the lItudent body at a for- I\!Y" that all Pacific Luth"eran Co\l('Re has announced the choir �emenrolment In this department Is an- PIan" PLC Lunc ::r: h mal r�eptlon In the recreation room.!! .'llud('nts are urged to attend.. ' eon ber!h P as sel�ted thla far. The' mt last. Saturday .evening. Because Dr. d. " Ha\'ln8 wo{"kl'!d In direct contact Uclpated. ' � group "ill. be chQllen ·thla alter. of the -- , A. TingeL!tad could not return from the \\1th the criminals. Rev. OL'I()n able A gMl!1uate.of wa&�1n{ton State. .Col_ noon Dlrector 'Ed"'ards belleves'much' mlddle� west �t the time scheduled. the to give first-hand IllfonnatJon regard- Icge In the ClllM of 1 931. Miss Ooff has II I 'SlOre for the "Choir of the.West" In affair was postP9ned from t.he pre\10us Ing conditions "'hfch ha\'e placed more had t,.,·o yta� of teaching �xper1enct' thla year .slnce many !fOOd volcea have 'wt't'k cnd. when It wat; originally sched- than one-half a million young people In In the� ph)'Slcal education field. She ""Ill d�vC:red among the freshmen. been uled to be held._ . America" m �n!ll lnsUtutlom;;"" statH take over the "'ork of Miss Fo",·ler. for the yur are stUI tentaUve. After students pa..ssed In the reeelv- Miss DRhl. '"Among . other things. he normal �uper\'lsor. and !'flss Jacobson. Ttftchet3 from . all the SChools of butPlaru .'111 be conducted In the a Ing linell. they "'ere entertained at .a ."':'111 tell that the !l\'eMlge age of the ""hO has taken Ol�r a ne,.,· po5ltlon In Pierce County and Olympia will meet spring. lour attordlng to Mr. EdWards. The program prer;ented b}' member3 of the Chicago gangster Is btt""een 1 9 and 21 Seattie. 9Ct. 26 and 21 In Tacomil. for the an- I�inerary will Includc much of the same fac;ult.y and their ...1vtf). Women of the years. and Ulat AmerlC1l INds th�. MIllS 00(( snnounces that class work nual meeting ·of the Washington' Edu- ground Vered .last spr1ng. and "110'\11 co n U on A. l t f e I e to n tlme over lu n fr::m��� P�7,I�e(1�� ���I:; ::! ::; �t�:rc����n�� te ll. ;;�nc;t�:I�I� :�; :::t;:: ;e"':��i �:�� lll = lla����or1= �i S::!lum er:��t: h�:�I��I� �r��:O�l:�� rangemen! In the dining hall. Rooms streM ""ork of the Wo:men's Athletic Hllh snd Juan � Intermedl&te . mplre. making the tour much more ""ere attracth·t1y decorated for the afAuoclatlon. and hopes through' fonner schools. and .",tlJ feature talu by noted exteruJve than the last one. fair In autumn '�eavt'll and garde!1 Trlnl'ty Congrega ' t·Ion members �ow In school to Inte�t �I_ leadel"3 ln'thc field or education_ Membership In the choir. which �IIJ tlo':'·CI"3. . leg!; and normal freshmen girls In IIl1 Alumni and tr�ds ot �ctrlc LuUl- tal about. 50. Includes : SOpranoe_Lewis O. Hunter opened the program I P'I ans H O meCOmlng a�U\'IUes. Inter-cllLS5 competition In ('ran College :"'111 be InW'rest� In Ule ' (��w) Ellen Bergstrom, Mari�t C --wnh -Ntrnblc P"Ing.m>:· a saxoPJ!9nt ' will bt engaged In later dur. PLO luncheon · ....hlch will be held. In Th�lmll Danle·Is. Rhoda HokeMtad, , basketball SOlO.,. -v;x:aJ solos, " �1. Little Bnteau" l Ing lh(' year. she slates. the Colo.ntal Club, 5O,S Broad,,·a)' . Rt Nash, qllle Qullie and Pauline and My Marguerite. . \\·tre sung by Mrs' l noon FrldRY. Oct. 21. Dun Hauge, Man' Watta; told) Ella Johnson. Evelyn Moo. n . E · ��u;;: :;r� ::'a�s p�a:=· t7.� Students Have Mixer . :h;:�:a;l�t �e=::·:/�� -;;;n:�: :�����:Mt��:::' J:�!m;ll�=�� " Cuban danc" ASPtRno numbd!;. after To Repllce Reception nual event. .After the lunchfOll. many ' AlloR-lnew) Olive DOe, Ellu.beth whl�h the FacuJt), Ladles' Quar(.Ct. Mrs. , R . T_ O. \"__ will attend Ute foo.tba11 �e btt....een Daili. Mary Hudson, and E11&abeth -the college pRStor Because Prcsldent ev S are. . OJ..sOn. Mrs. Hauge. MI"3. A. W. Ramstad elSlad did· nOI thl' Paclrtc LUl.heran Collece and El- Stuen (old ) Kathryn JohnaOn, Jennie of t.h(' Trtnlty Luthcran arrh'e from t.he EastTlng and MI"3. J. U. Xavier. sang " W\lJ-O' and cpastor lcn�bul1l NonnRI teamll in the Uncoln � Al'lee Peterson and Jl&r(artt westn time for the , t.he-Wlsp·· a!d " F'our Leaf Clover:" �r�:L� na:�I�u�:�� �a�o��::�g��� facult}· reception sclledul� . bowl urfor Sat The \\'e� -accompanied by Mrs. J. 0'1 fonner�mcmbers next Sunda)". Oct. 15. day . Septe.mber 30. a mixer to better 'Por tt .� E. A. IIf!J61ON.. Tacoma. IJOD: - B4Me..... l ne'lo" Eldon An�el"llOll, Osten Ed..�ards. The Jut.mUlllcal number �'as h m la w, e CJ� for two da )·s. E1laaon. LJoyd. !trelch and Ronald Mar . 'I Rev-5 ' '111 acquaint the n�\\' and the old studenl.5. !choo "" I pan1sh ance . D he r al1 at ay �1 : ; ��:l:: � . :� ;:s = :� g�'mnMlum. Un the In instead held �� �IS ;::� ��ri�� As6� r�:��al WRS =�����'te . e ' ; lold) Ray QlnderU!, Nonn.n .Je� .:laTo:Ico�: lete w la M . n and, Iof v g. g Il����- �u;� O Counties wtll mp the program. Dr. TIngel- :ro::om part . ';!� ::;�:�O�:8o,� : � �:: � �7. : � � ;� � ��� :S so �w1II l��;=n,� �c:m:�es':::;: . � I e stad greeted the Itudent.s otflclally on .p I . y hal'e . repI"f'RntaU\'CS at. the meetings. Tenors-Inew) Arnold Anderaon, Bert ed. .the part of the tacul�y, teJUng of the choir '(I;�.:I sing .Hark. hark my soul.. at refr. �--:"\('nt."1 :wn,� Th� to public ent a Pa Is Invited , : Myhre� Neavlli. �ton Reid and . ceo the sen The pl"O@ram Included a \\f'lcome to Teachel"3 .AMOClaUon pther1ng tn the Roland Swanson; toldDon-aid Ideals, alms. lffIif munlnli of Pacific ) P'raDk' El.l10t. . bouquet ..·'11 . bt' pre· the new .students by Clarence Lemming. auditorium At this servlce.'a Lutheran Colleae. . of the .Juan lft' Intermed- Robert Monson. J_ �I�r and 10.1. t OI l ln h a tI re 1 m l e I e nann. · c!�;=:�: . l��f���; toanp� �: ���I:. ::r: :�� ::'I�. �. �:�� :n;\:. =���}��;:o�. : �:al ��� �:�es :1��a:��;ay :�� ��g' I��; vene Sc� p affair, and a.aslsted by M1s8 Fowle!'. will be the ones accord� the honor. by Osten Eliason. lind trio numbers by crystal ballroom or the Winthrop Ho. /j/.. Mr. Rled and Mr. Ramstad. Also. Rev. Svare announce" thai each Norman Jensen. Bob MOMOn. and tel for the regular banquet.. Man)' 1'",- Parkland So.o n WUI Be / ' charter member of the congregation Clar�nce Monson. chcoru are btlng plannw 1ft noon of Colony' 0/ 'Shack Union.' � "7 i . e I r. Hong Announces W ��=:; ��=:�e service. R picture of m:�nlboa;: l�e c;��:�t �� h:� th�r��� �YTIngel.tad .1;.-;' � ...., or' AnoUler shack �nlon hat been �Omfedl attending service will be tak." those ot the affair. Committees In- the speakers. Others schrr'uled':: ��- �CfOM the street from I?ahl;s ,arocery. �g Mast Staff en on the cha�1thesteps. - charge � bte� eluded: program K�thryn Johnson dress th.e g!"pupa Inelu" e oover..tIf another batchellor. apartment?ConnOl;. .sn Brandt. and_ Bev Shuster; supper-Mary Nash. Martin: Dr. Noah Showal er, stllte SU- set up. The M.es After t.ryout.$ held on the ftr\t two . . 2 ' .by the playefl" footbaJJ a. edl erln c Archbo!d, and publi of MIll. on: U .. �ndent l> U � ,R � M ice' P terson an la udd: enter. !!;.""sues ' , " e pa'per, Ule MoorInr ·asi. slate way..find batchinli Jwt �e thlnli· They talnment.--.Jean-Mart� -Fowler : E\'elyn Wilson. field secretary Uofon: the staff f, \ 'e tall semean t 6a be"'. , an. ' ' -Dr. Rayhall from Sumner Parent-Teachers As!Ocla Ma d... A ubum where z nounce . J H or. fkhltJ: O'1aeT ret We Ha el Mon. I In an are pl�n�. �d H���:. ,,��. �Itor. m�dc� th� Dean Hauge haS'" been scheduled to R: �nd J�:n van S;:�'I'en: cleanup. mond SchWegler of the Uolverslty .ot fresh f��t. an� vegetables Kansas: and Worth McClure, su�rtill; bllt theyre eaUng out. �f apeaII:: at two d1f�re.Dt programa durfrur choiceS . (" Clarence Lemming. . 4J, rwaceeea ,." Intendent o( SChooIs of the c<IW of Be- DOW. vt.1toT3 are welcome; but remem--"I . ng Membe:. f "the....t&ff .... ch l• two .teu. Next Mon· ber gtrla.· boys will be boJ!lallie. both .on ,JJOumaU8tic. experience and d.a,y be win address the Portland Mm- . 5pU.... nj of .shacb. remlnda ua !.hat ; m t wlU be p,p. I.s� AMOdaUon on '1"'re�S and Is· Don t Forget . . . ' ;o =l� abm�. theJ:e are fOUl different 1f'OUJl8 batcho c:u Mrs A: Y. Rtcha.rd80n- ot Tacqma, lng In the v�oua �rta �t,� i October nes4a ed �an: wt: �eo;;ua.n�:;':�� sues alfecUng Lutheran Higher Edue.' �C: I . W � .. . or the work done. � �·IIr. U�n." TIili. . Dean Hauge states, wtll Rev. Roy E. O� speaks in Central DoW pres.l�ent. ot Lhc' Prt� lf9ub ot thl.'l yr.� In a put nte../�, A. the ot W U. A. . liUest �att1t,.qr.'as . . Hona:. . on report t a ot oo T . the In be h1I urc 8 nature ; Lutheran Ch h a ma a p. m speaker.at a butfet lunChI!Ol1 I1ven la.at. - ,· . FrIda.,.. October 13 Those wbC*e ....ort wu � as ·!IU.Dll:nen study at the University of . Norman Jensen. to . Club of Paclt1c Prtday by the �ch creditable and ..bo -..m 'b;mtmuie as ChlcaSO· ... ' . French Clu� at noon . Col uthe membei'1; of �"eds�� U ri· "sP1rttu"aJ. valu�· ·and educaii�:'- .w Delta Rh� Gamma �IUaUon party, 8 L ,,",:", �: Th e affair, the ftnt H ' Dram.a CIu'b· . ead major event. or thla year tor � 8"f'OUp, V1rltn1a be oe..n HaUfe'S 'subject R� a �k .�"'t p. m. , was held In the home of Mis. <? A. . Saluda1, ()doober 14 ." '. .. At Ita tint Pow- Lhe Pieree County Parent-TeaChers AlIC ot the )'eu held ' tad. � Ruth Davia, laat yCar s laat week. themeetin po '� .a.i:Iiy Wh1t.- 8OdaUon at. 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Publl..shed every two weelta during the school )'t'u by the studenta of Pacific L':l,lheran coPege.· Par.kland, Wa.sb�D Entered lIrtOnd dUll matter, October 2. 1925. at the P()at Ottlce at Pwort.land. Wa!!.hlngkln, under the J,ct of March 3, .18'79.

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. That a �rl&1n bl�de couple are that ......y "bout eactl other; Tha�. t\'erybody lndl,ll� lit ' aome In. ) tensive tiara exercise IUl. Saturday . �i'ht; ' . ' n,bl.be very beoo"!·· That, lIU,' .. Ing on II tI,t rreen freshlell; That MlM Fowler lOOk top 8pr,lntJng honors 'at .the. recent mixer; or·, the facull>' -betteT-halves Barber (ahaflDc" Ronald � rath. · "The shades 01 n�ht ,were" tailing fast... T,:.anhe artists; Editor HAZEL MONSEN are "accomplished B Dei&marter selKted ardon' r aJI)' Mr. That have , Ill put "" rtUbed. and It on He .stepped M i l ton Nesvig A�oc ,ate EdItor t' ..11"01"01151),1 l on YO� ran wbrn I'm flnbhed. A;�;�::e:I :� ��h���: :�n� : : 'UnCheM ptU'tner at the William Jack 'Sports Editor � � r n; p ound Features Edi tor Evelyn Eklund Ronald (the .lcUml: :'��IL It doesn't 'Excelsior'!" Iwlth apologies to That Len WesIOn 'and E1la Johnson Jack HudsOQ. Typist teem ';err likely." brok�'b�aa togeth�r at the reeepUon: Lonlf�1I6",.. l h� LA Reporters ���a� abt���r:!� st: snl: !:u��.� N�va: "What·s y�u� ;lttle brother cry. Eunice Arneson. Virginia Boen. Margaret Craft. Jean.Marie Fowler, Ing for?" IJne at all soet8J functions: Daniel Flotre. Wilma O'Brien. Emory Whitaker ' That saturday's pme look� lIk� a Eul. May: "He's not" crying for anytrack meet; thIng: m9ther Just ga\'e It to him." . That' this Is absolutely th� flrat Ume . LA G""�n BroWnri�ld and Qaten·E1luon', she'll nevet' Bus:ness Manage� coM Ma'rvin Hansen ... ·t:.o�: �1/:�ft��1 . names have .ppe� to(I:ether In Bert Myhre ' Asst. Bus. Manager Allee P.: "Ho,{ ItO?" prInt· ", "will That N�lm and Mildrid hold ' Clifford -Mesford Ad....ertising Manager Mary: "Sbe copytnl" from me In the local record as the /!Chool'lI stead-. I p.t '!;tilt ciown E....elyn Monson Circulation Manager the �n&"ll!lh �l; t t lt u A�st. Circ. Manager ll�J.::��;:;· Louise Jackson :ra,::��::: :::'d ��u :I'�:� :���es�ever did grow on lUac t�ees anyway. O. J . Stuen and N. HontL-'Faculty Advisers I"etihem'!' '' ' . " that. of tho�'ht nev I "c�. l\lary: , C-________ :-T ./,!.. ,, '"; J"' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Rhoda II�Uo.pedCfltrla.n 'he'd Julll -:. : . -- r ' OV'l'rI: "lIere', a ten ,pot. 1'1I 1"1"e A CoO� yestment man later." o,,;r/ Sandy: I ban nothlna-' but pr-alsfo youLloyd K.: "What', the Idea'!' I' do riot \. When the NRA ' recently d isclosed ' a plan of helping needy young 'or the work of my tailor." to be: run over on the IM.tall· pe'rsons to aCQuire,an education. the·idea met with general approval . Ronald S,: "Y� so the tallor told cboose me nt pian:' The advantages of such a plan were apparent at once. Besides help. A ing boys and girls to become more valuable to themselves and so· �alter t.to Har�ld Dempster In resMr. Bardon : "C�r�lI. pane the sen- taurant): ciety. the plan would remov� thousands of youths from competition "And how did you nnd your tence 'Bob maJTI� Anne'." "sIr?" for jobs and thus be a direct blow · to unemployment. The Child CarroU E.� "Bob', a ';'oun be:-caase be', J;te�k. over that Labor Act was a splendid start towards a new deal for our less for. � D somethln,; �rri�" a Harold' "Oh I Justandmoved l heJ n there It was:' con �on �ause 1\ JolnJ Bob a,nd IItlie PI� of �tatO tunate youth : this new plan would be one step farther L A' n E.·Ekhllld: " 'I' '-" In its frantic effort to restore prosperity our government is pour. :ov:%s��:e �::��. a vn� ,be:ca�.....'.. hl" Mr, Jlont: "You must uy 'I am'." ing bi l l ions· of dollars into various reconstruction schemes, many of LA d: " :�. am the ninth ktter of CiunhUd: .., bclie\'e that e.ver)"�' hEkalllll1ph:abet which may prove of l i ttle value to the younger generation. But I . n m -- " - - h the value of the student·aid plan cannot be Questioned And as . LA ' e " ' , ""n'.bl '. x �·�I ..u·"nd :;e�d��: nd·�. �T the rising ' generation will ,eventually have to take o....e; the h�ge afraid I w �tl:av�tOto!l��:.: :�: ��elUo� the docto.r ·In?" It amuses me to think that· I wasllroa - MiltonaN.: " Is··No. he step� out to debts incurred by the government under. the NRA, it is no mor-e' my gym In LaUn." can I study n;ore tle bird." \ I;C�.�: �1"oLher : "Well. it's about. time. Any. �b�un\�lud:lter"ItrIYa oru a slitme than fair that part of tt;\e money should be spent for its benefit We . too ." \ r.1.II ' : " 1 he be l1 In a�tt:.r l\l�th1.::.t W on: .: one who finds time write a fOUT hope the proposed plan' w'il l soon become an..actuality page letter to Jim e\'ery day deserves Eunice A.: "WKat Is the flrat real Thelma : "No, that's what he went out after." (0 get an E In Latin." n .· : .::::q .= ::::: '" = : = ':: ::: ::: I 'h I ::: 50: ' ::: :::'::= 2' '= 1 "''' A Look Ahead the i\lr. Stoen (U�I�ID,f a., alKCbra II�el:�.:.� �;�pL off A 'lfobJem) "Now watch the board can· As this issue goes to press. nearly one·· fourth of the semester is ,� . DISTINCTIVE fully, nudents. and I .tII throU&"h If a boy a lad and the lad hill; a . gone: yet many of us have not begun to take our studi�s. seriously. step-fatber,'does that make "1"�ln for you.� T ' the lad a We "kid"' ourselves i nt9 the: belief that examinations are' '" lorlg way step-ladder? A Watch R,p.irln, ' Sp.d.lty off. and that there is plent;y of time. Johnny In midalrl ' "Who would L A � t e is? Janucn cto man Injur� In wreck).:. (!j I h e Because. most of us ar� youn . we do not unders.tand the value �.�. ���: ; �: S�� � ;;:�� h .. � I f u r � . . of time, forgetting tha t by wasttng a moment. we throw away part Gilbe 4In "I'm mldalrl� com· rt B::I: Amy �� ' t �a��!�'":::. t want is . . of the very stuff life made of. Therefore. In our work. in our Ing up from my gasoline stove." -.t -- repaln.." ' play. in our prayer we owe it to ourselves. our parents. 04r schooL LA . � HAY£' YOU l\lET? Florence P: "00 you MOW her to . our Creator to do our best, . 1��k t BUGABOO A boy In the second year normal class B::;� : "No, only to talk about " P roblems have These are .trying times : the future look.s dark . . ; . . , �Vw�:�u��a br.o::dha�? ve�e �:r�i ,. arisen With which the world's combjne� intellig�(.e seems �nable .:o . to cope. Some of the best minds predict a radical change In o� around school. vyHIs !eep oIc� �as been civilization or even its tal l : others, its rise to new heights . Uncer' heard quite � �oo de� 0 l a �t tainty and confusion reifi!n on every hand. Naturally then . we are an l tempted to ask: wh � t's the use. :��� e!:he�.l';::. -!:s� ::�ber � .While the world seems on the threshold of a great ,change, no one the debate squ�d. he let every0t:ie know c<1n foretell the exact nature of that change. But this we , know : what" he thought of th�'war debt sltua� Whate....er happens, those with the broadest culture will m'ost readily tlon. He Is popular, and It Isn't only on """..,""""" .. ".. ""; "" "..".; ..... , ,..;,..;""...."..".. "..,,"""",,.."""'''''''''''''''I'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' � He llparta a school adjust tt"lemselves to the change and be best prepared to solve the account of bls ' '1 . HIGHEST Q U'AL l TY PRJNTlNG' problems as they ariseo. Therefore, let us study and work. Let us sweater from an appointment to which recently chose�. On account of In Modernly EQuippe;cl ShOp � keep our int.ellects kee,:,. our hearts sym pathetic. and our conscience he C6me in Anytime this capa�lty, E'Ven faculty members i clear. Then, whatever happens. we are ready. . talk wh�n he wants them to. � Alistrum Printing Compiny.. . MAl 940 COMMERCE ST . The busy young lady who'always � Public Opinion smile for everyone? She is or medIum " hard curly w.".b and , stature. hair has Someone else's feelings. someone . else's happiness. and e.....en someone else's reputat.ion is often thrown to the winds by those at any task set .before her. This youn." I many people who have let themselves become . sla....es to public member of the graduating claaa Is n-I COllege Days Will · opinion. To al l o� this powerfully e....il force to get the better even tereste<i In Delta Rho Gamma work. and ed in o fficial Ues in , of th e minds and hearts of educated students and professors cerbas &en' capaci that,group. She ha.s a:J.so held office NRA tainly is not a complimen.t. · . in the Drama Club. another group In . . ' As Christians we ha....e been taught to be forgi ....i.ng. forgetting. and which she Is acUvely interested. Ber help fu l to our weaker brothers who have faUen by the wayside. God 'amWng face Is often seen behind the reminds us that we should pluck the beam from Oll r own eye before desk In the library. ' too. PublidaUona College days! Make the most o f them. Study, learn, we search for a mote in the eye of another. · H is Holy. Word tells beckon: also. for she has)leld editorial and look at l ife's problems-practically, ' US that God came not to call the righteou�, but the sinners, to re· positions on tbe Moo"ring Mast. Her pentance. name � also II.sted aml?D8 the swimmIng . For instance, it is practi. C?1 to acl(uire life i nsuranc . �ile enthUSIas� "� b::: youth gi....es you a (ate ad....antage. ·. It is a great chiev'eme.h.t d Let us, then. not think or speak e....i l · of our fellow men until we cJ�:aU:e .,LD:� l to retain tha't ra�e into maturity ar,ld build, up a competence, . � .' ::e \\�0�1d say. !�\ sin ha:"'- taker) accou.nt of our ov.:n sliortcomings and fEtel sure we are u�I rlty DO ntluenced r,.!.h ce an estate, or a m�nthl'y inccm, through a ·.Luth era n BrQth· 'allowed to s�ak, 'Then, let us as, Christian stu,dents in an institu- ' � Is al . und amo� . � er nl)me erhood ':Special." Get special student literature ,by writing tion founded on God's Word, seek to help the erring ones back to the studen� h0:� It Y honor , Ifl to than rather ostracize righteousness, of road st'raight and narrow \ . on account of �I�s .which t,heyare !rying, und.ef·Christ, to overcome'. :� s,\,,·.even too top honor in th"�' J..S

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John Za.ckrUon '33 Is studying tlstry at the University 01 Mlnnesota

YOUDlr people contl !tue to Pay not attention to Ule welrd'lO�ds 10 number.. there wUl be better that I..ssue from .the boy's donn each noon? In case you are 'In doubt, we'll take tbe pleasure ( 1 ) 01 Informing you The l1nest gold Is that mined In the that, P L C has � saxophone quartet shall also take the liberty (tbls Is ".eart -.:.svenson

pleasure) 01 d,vulglng their . names. __ There are lew thlngs 1n this material They. are Lewis Hunter, Jack Hudson,

la the conCern af every one us. • ThIs la tully Haliud by dvlc and buslnrsa oq:ants..,Uons everywhere. Hundreds of o�nlUUoIU that are In· . terest.ed In PrOry1ouna: ' the w�ltare of ' thelr dtles and the peoplt In them a� enpgea In. fire nrecenUon acUvlUea. P.ac1Il9 Luther1-n, COllete la a aman city to all the student.s, Why not be· come· your 0wo: nre lnspectors? Obserye Fire Pre.venUon Week· by seeing that school Is kept sate lor habltaUon.

ClareDCe il4en '33 Li doorman at the \lorld wblch do not bave their coun. Don Reid, and (hat most versaUle of __

Roxy Theater 1n Tacoma. Last year "Cllx'" was president 01 the AssoCiated Students h,re

part 01 the premlae.s? Are' gb&e'rved at all urnes? lire extlnrutshera, hoee, absorbing sunahlne with in good condition? Do Eulah Mae Gott, Enid Ilxture cords come �to . speth �drak were study1ng ' ously. In the front steps after ,h.p''' ! ''''''''' ' These and a million' other thing can riod ing one mo rn pe , • • • be don�. II the student.& wUl ,see to It L, rumored that· Harold Oagman these th1ngs. noloonly will they be Sale· a. Oy swatter about with' him: guard1ng the schooi llMlI, but also their Oh, '�.Just not taking own lives and property. Do your part, ot g tll 'g run over by and no one can o.sk '15 yOW' school a lire .tra�?" ,I Johnson'S A . . .•

In the spiritual world.-pnue- musicians, Norm Jensen, • • •

�ere are lew things In this material Clifford Opheim, wbo was to have world which do not bave t-belr counter. __

Dr. Ttngelstad a,nd Rev. Svare have been associate editor of the-Saga. Ia at- part In the splrltual world.-Pflueger, Just returned lrom a hurned trip to .tend1ng th.e COllege or ?ulet Bound,

Minneapolis on bUSiness for the Col· while Cla�nce Opheim has enrolled at We have come to Paclfic Lutheran . lege. the Taco�a Secretartal schoo( Clarence to get bablts and thoughts. and was named buslnes.3 manaser of Ule the th1ng;; 01 our inner lives. Harold Trulson went home to Ana- Moor1ng Mast last spring. . cortes for a vlalt over the ' week.end of Sept. 3D, John F&dness '33 Is a� Wash1ngton Not .only Is there material day and -State COllege thLs year. At P. L. C. he night. but there Is also spiritual light Roland Swanson goes home to was on both the football a�d basket and darklness.-Pflueger. · ' .attle e\'ery weell:·�nd, -ball teams. -__ . , There Is hope lor the children 01 the Coach Olso . oftlcla� as bead lines. Charles "Chuek" MeMiU1.an, backfteld. world II they grow Oodworthy.-Myhre , ,!!. man In a �t game between Sta- I __ er on the GladJllt.Or grid squad last dlum Bnd Lincoln HIgh Schools In Ttf- year, Is this year with the St, Ml\rtln', Splrltual darkness Is absence from the team lrom Lacey, light of Ood,-Pflueger.

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That the first Dnlma nlaht ot this year l\,tIl be presen�d Friday. Oct. 27, h .., been flnnounced by Norman Jenl re de t d �:�� �:r� � :e , d::g �h� -c-: :-:o--:---::-----:--==:::-Washington EducaUQnaJ AII&OClation .meetlng. PL.C. Alumni memtiers of wblch Parkland expects to e"n�rtaln . thta week"t!nd.

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The choir Is mowing willingness cooperation by attending dallY'noon rehearsa� in addltlon.. to the regular .after,noon meetin,s. according to Mr. EdlI'o·ards. The women meet.on and Friday noon.,. the men on Monda)', :ru�..y and Thursdays.

a��:a:;:n=-:e��c:;:�:� ::� ::to:�-:n��= the �ay" �in dowa"-Euniee Arneson. Eldon AnCier- at Ule ne}!;t rehearsal. Any stUdent. who mono Amy Ollbert. Irene ShatIand; alare:

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molTOW' morn1nf in the t.he- Stadium Hlah School In �chera trom Ptertt, Thurston, and part. of Lewis Cow1tles !iln be attendance at the OCIIlventiOl'l.

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Accotdlna to the , announcement of ,ud"m,n" 'Maurla Web6{er, musical director and II of the ahnouncina sWf of KVl In ·Tacoma. this ltaset aatde Thursday evenings until 10 o'clock for Tacoma and colle,e8. Any of the InatltuUom within thUl realm to take advant.q:e of this Jo'm_ II ,d,,,«.In, medium, and pracUcally all will be Selma Bafus and AerIes I.AhJ-' ' the schools above the,arades are ached- ness. ar four or five tlmell durd Ul;'lder Arnold 14Yhra in the bua1neas JohTlllOn first grade reading and �� th� ;::. . , .. department as adverUaln, rnanaprs grade hyatene at Parkland, Jennie first ctade at Parkland: Oeoratanna Paclflc Lutheran Colleae will be rep- . are �elyn , I�n and Leonaid Wesson: McClure, ' fourth and fifth grades at resented durin, the school year on and Ervin Dammel u uatatant In the adverUsln, de"�men�, 91n::ulatlon Horace Mann I� Tacoma: Clarence Novem�: :Zd n p . . , . . w,tll be taken. care of by Roland 8'11ftonMonson UI teachlnl fifth grade hlstorY ... head of Ule broadcasu fl'1ln:t 5011, .manlller, and VlrJIrila Byera, .... and dlrectlna boys' playground 'acUvlschoo), slstant. RU� CarlllO ties d�,rina npon hour at . Parkland: . n will ·do the acJ. countin,. . ' and F1orenoe Post, second and third to a which III o�e week from toset grades at Horace Matln In Tacoma. Those chosen last. year to be copy­ morrow evenln,. Mr. Ed.warda anuuam • Van w .Leuven John readers are . nouncell poiu!blUUell IIUcrellted ' to In. Zier and Haul �n: elude a male q\WUt, dlalolJuell. llaXophone llelecilona, Incldent.&1 muak:.and Because no-annu&1 Willi pub�lahed laat . __ ar, the 1m and 1m � w1lI be _ rs.. . . . announcementa. . The boud of control preeenf.e(1 Ita , "InnovaUona are exPected to be In- Incorpon.� Into the book publllbed . tlnt bl-weekly PJtIIIl:IUll on Student corporated in these b�caata 50 that thUl lear: No de!lIp.te o�t.llnet ot \he . Bod:v d.,. tn· chapel Jut. ThW'8day. �� each school may have the oPportunity book have been announced .. Jet. but n vel ldeu. a.re · be�.form��,. vme 8cbIennan, reoently-elected vice of displaying ortrtna.llt In acme form lOme � . unct nno prealdent ot the crOuP, presided over or other " atated r.rr. yEd.warda. This' according to Ki.u WeaIOD II ,a ' the nnt. PI"OIf&In of the year. lP'L Roy Courtesy ' on tthe part. ot .taUon KvI ment. · : E. Cr)Iftr and Ylaa E. Katherine Ran- Ul w be a ,ood advertlllnr medium tor � both of Taooma, presented vocal the Tacoma. achoola and coilepa, IIlnce Will. . �� plano ·nwnllerw. reapecU.ve�. Klu announcemeht.l ooncerntne eehocl tunc•. .• . . RaDdall acoompulled the Yocal1at. .t.IoM ni.ay be a.lIo Incorporated Into the a . E to P-., accord1nI Mr. d.w .rda · All ,a reault of elecUoDa held . '" ' . TUeada:v DOOIl, .1obnm WW 'be. JUliet by OouDodj '''Caraselve'' by Ban· Kooo",by Dftnkj . leek Oft CI�b pruldmt ot !be orJiuatJnr; cnu. tblt del; MCb.1IdreD of , "Lullaby" bJ. BcoU.: and. MRaJD" by CUr· PeaWr1Dc a talk <!D HlUen:-n by A. �. .' 8b;;!' Won 01"I!f. � � ran. ... RaDda.ll, '",be II; orpniat at J', Beck: of the ICbool facul�y. the per. aDd Nonnan W.waa. ot.ber � OUr ea.YIour'i Lutheran c:burch. former. � Club met. ,..ter:da.y Dooo.'�' Mr. tOZ" Jbe·poGUon, � AIidei.on w:ID�� �t JWaata.d. MId ill DOW Beck IPOU 1D p�. oI.,OcID.IUl Rein- be nee �t;- � KcOlun;' . ' of mu.le at :Ycbarftr Inter. ban. of 8ea.We who lI'1U IPI*k � (be sec:retAr7 ; MId ICdpl" .

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o..n PhUIP� '" opn� . tmph.dc�IJ tbat. the �1t-eDd of OCtober 2'l'. 28 and a 1a not home. camln,. Rumors·to this effect have ' been spread, but these are ,round­ less: accOrding to won,] from ' the oJ 9 Dean and from Clarence Lemming. ·7 on . n u 5.,1: prellld.en� of th� A&SOClft� Btu­ dents. Although the £amt with !:Uena­ burg N0rYIlal. scheduled for FrIday Ilftemoon, Is ·the laat home game...... Margaret WtMOn. editor of the Sq•. fmnounced. no plans for Iln annual announces the staff of M&1lItante f(!r hom�mlnl are being made. This "thlS year's ed1Uon of \.he yea�k,.&Iter n t ef �� : :!t.:� receiving appllcaUom for the put two �o�:'i!::m� h::: . are diy, according to Dean Hauge's an- weeks. Besides the editor, there elgl\teen poelUom annbimoed for the nOl.lncement. However. all Pacllic . edftorlal statf, while lleven plr.oes on the e u r business aWf are beln, rUled at this ; � : : ;o.!!� fsu:�1 conteflt in the Lincoln bowl In Ta- time. With the three copyreadera. chOllo e' as � d · :, t w: � :� e b� CO::o: ;:��:�:u7�rM COlitie · . li n......... E... .. .Ul>D w�__.. . """'"6. n n ait unceo footblill tam display willingness to BeCau.se .ClIffo Opheim and Vldor 'support a post-season rrld tray, such a contest" may be schedulK . Knutzen, last a r named to be ueo<:l­ . In this event. the homeeomln, will ate editors, d not return to .chool ' 1lC� chosen tor theee poel_ two other! w� be scheduled that week-end, and H «it'dln, to Dean Ha,uae's announce- Uons: They are Rhoda oilenaLad

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Business ' Maoager � Asst. Bus. Manag., .� Om '" "" • <un. � '" Advertising Manager ' . L A' . Circulaticm Manager J.,q-e: " .tJlerlten.. O/. the Ju7. haVIll le of a:ra.ce , wh� ,11 the m not" d �· iIt#l::i:l..e r yo& to a deeklon!" . ha4 wUer: 011 the bralA, � � will Asst, r constanUy' chanllna: ihe lOull of men ,":", ·�ii maD: "We ban, yoar bobOl', tbe time K treeM!ll _d eYft'7Ut.1n6 all,. bll from darknesa to Ugbt.-POutter. I �' . , - • . Faculty Advise >S,_ ' are all or lbe _e miDd. temper- mind. ' . Wltho'ut thlll lIaM of JI!.I!US Christ..

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n ' - In,:... & �� � ,' '-" n . .• with our ' p "" "'" -t'" "" ...... .,,_ k' th t ur God ta I ' AI I ugh PaCifiC Lutheran College has three dIfferent blrthdays, It a;. never. to our knowledge, celebrated any The reason IS ':��tls ot�0:Oub7e.�Ramstad, that I fIrst bIrthday, that of PaCifIC Lutheran Academy falls on Critic Yes I also think nothing or Without Cbrlst, life nmalnl .n Wl. e October 1 4 , the second, that of ColumbIa Lutheran' College. on Oc- It ' i:!-c • � ' .. ::��;-= e::�eIP. ln trouble. tober 1 8 . arid the thIrd that of PaCifIC Lutheran College pr�per on L A. ,uN'T IT THE TRUTH: b � 4 ' lih dIffIcult any b avlIl "t. ' 1e human race and ls anxlous to Naturally ls makes It one The only time Ibe poel office worU Octo e to sett�e upon That Bud and �Iba were duly chap- ' il5 and JI'Oupa know hlm.­ individuals date for the joint celebrat�on of the, natal days of all. �owever� the faat Is when'a �1ta(1Il 11 �rom Cblcaco eroned on ul � , _ e rkland Limited by Ramstad time is near at hand for settling thIS matter./The -fortIeth ann lv,e�- and look. at th°tlCh Il � a U� bomb tbose two loyal brothers of that great It la 'itrance that people of thlll world sary -of Pacific L,utherafl Academy. the oldes� component of PaCifiC In IL fraternity, The MYIUc KnlgbtB;Of.. the want "lIgbt; but they leave out Jesus, Lutheran College, as �ell as the olQest Lut���an School �n the LA the Ugbt of the world:--Pflueger. Coast, · will .occur on Oct�r 1 4, next year, �IS IS an event of great Mw-IeJ Me, : "wm you' please' tell me eel., ,,:"�erson and Lemming; significance and should be commemorat,e� In , such a manner a� to if tbls ' ls the third ,tum to the rigbt That ! black cat poyft tbree gals a lhrtll It ls thoee wbo do eyU 9iho'blde their ' wben It crossed their path last Friday ac s t In da:rltne.sa and' therefore: shWl � bring into relief the entire .history of Pa�lflc Lutheran College. 51,nce alter the lett tum at the second CI'OMthe'13lb, llabt 'of the face of Clu1at,-Pfluea:er the other two nataJ days With which we are concerned .also fall wlth- roads?" Th�t U _ Gordon made a record. The' te(ene,.tlon of the wo�ld 1& � in the month of October, on� before �nd th� other after. ,the fourLA dub In front of the onc6m. our power, as YOWlg people educated In " tad tin � eml: "Name a brta teenth, we would suggest that those'. m charge choose OCtober 14 Mr. !la_ In&' treet car, unaccompanled by her Christlan thlnll.��t.a.d h " as the day for 'the joint celebration of all . few of t.be buN." , ba.sHr� Iwain, who dlsc.-eeUy reUr� - it aU men would walk as in the Ught"Ftrst �ue. �ond bue, from the Ilmellaht; - During the well-nigh forty years of its operation Pacific Luth: of the face of 'J.esUi Cbr�t ow- acta That th.... boYI tried , to dampen the an� wor:da "ould be e n C I� e h bee t ru t 'ts a'm-the 'building of character on third bue, aod bome bue. Ilmpllll.-POueger LA . �Chri�ti:� fo��dati�. �a�� 'ch�nges have taken p:lace, b,ut the ' fre�le tlrls' ardor at the' late inlUa- ' If WI! S09I and pracUce ChrilUanIty , gultdin . ur has e er been the same, The form of ItS service has Eve!}n , ,' '"Who Is your favorite auth- Uon , � durin&' our yputh. we w111 � able to ch �ng , bu 0t its n:ture and end. I ts foundation--Christiani ty- or?" That Jane W1ll1ar,ns bu alwaYI had a reap thlll blesa1np of a beauutul charac. Louise: '"My fatb�r," rondne.u tor Cbrlstmaa Carols and ter p. abt?es, d rIng our ' old 8&"I!,-Ramltad Eyelyn : "Wbat does be write?'" , . otheryvLse ; ,'I'houab UJ,e stoims of death compua This has resulted in the growth of that somethmg w�lch, for Louise : "Checks," That. Dean Hauge: and Mr, H1!1bby re- us round, we stW can see the light of , the want of a better word; we shall call a tradition, and which now , LA celved'tokena of hlab C!l!tteem, In forlM the face or" Je!us Cbrl.st smIl1na down �g- ....nd baye you hear of tbe Scokbman is beginning to take definite form, Th,is something. ho,:,,",ever int<\ or allces of brtad gene�U5ly covered on ua,-POueger ible it may· seem. is nevertheless a thing of power which makes'its lil"ho frkd bIB bacondIn LUll to keep it with Jam, from two freablel pertC?rmThe Cbriltlan' Cburch of Jelw.Chrtat, influence felt by all who came under its spell, from abriftll:.iDl'. . . Ing Inlt1atlon rltuau; b the only InItitution on earth whOlSe LA That �arL..and Cbarlle an the . new ndlvlduail seek to destroy ha:tre(f and R I ay H, : "00" you guarantee results In holders or tbe Bannllter Leane[l' to further loye.-Ramstad ' o r te ): �:�� .; ���;� a man came to n!�: �la M� Goff, tripped up the � ' Stanford University rules that beauty of right conception whethe anand n morals wrong A rson s � i, :m me for nerve �natment. and when I bad alsle and blushlriglY presented , �r. queetu m�t welab at least 150 pounds. ners. or general conduct is determine� by hiS eX�rlences-hl s co� - tlnllhed with , blm be tried to borrow X ter with a rosy.cheeked appl�; av tact with other lives, !he sum total of his . eXPE:ri"im�es-hts J50," That Milt and Helen an great athletes According to �an IrwIn I.t Hood CoIeducation in the broadest sense of that word--IS th� point .from LA , -al....y. . blltlnl to the kicking peat; lea:e. plckinr teacbers 11 as difficult as which he views the lives of his fellowmen, As experiences differ. Wile I.. buband Is leavlnl'l : , "Deiar, T Bey Shuilter, thanks to Marie, has picking wives, hat ' , so de viewpoints, Hence the difference in judgments, wiD you rflDember to briDI sometblnr , practically de&e�d th� ranU-of the ' • , "What would your countrymen think of �e behavior of Ameri- for the rau thll e't'eDiD,!" gay bachelon; Excu.5l!S for overaieeplna and misI1na can college students at a game of football." we recent�y asked of ,a H...bte: "S�ShInc tor the ra ! That Boen put Nolan way back)n thO' 8 o oc are be ing done a9ia, with at k, student from a foreign country, "'Why. they �uldn � tolerate tt Oertaln.ly not. If tbe rata ean,t - dust the other noon. In their dally O 'cl Universi Ftlur members wU1 hlo ty. for a moment,"' he promptly replied. Thus, wha� IS conSIdered prop" wbat Will h....e I.n the bo_, let t.bem race; 'play nveUle�from the library lteps to er in one country or society may seem improper. stlly, and'even absurd le.... e.'·: That the fruhle girls can take It; aro� latoe aleepen. · in another: It all.depends on tl)e viewpoint, a ' . . It 111 the duty o�e�eryone to make at ' �e::::.!':m: � ��a�e�:·; Back in the '10'1 at Penn BLaLe Co1leve, ' one leaat person happy durinr the IUpplJ-nt. good oid-iashioned rouae; Trlnl ' 'Oy Laalue tAnh HAVE YOU MET? � penntUlon of the p'i-e.lden\ as well week." said ti1e'teacher. "Have you done That Bondy ain't worth bll ult u a ,� Dean Pbllip E Hauae was the apeak· l.he 'approYal_of_the:� of- wotiten-- Tawny colored cw-Iy balr 11 ber crown 10, Gwendolyn?" baunter anyway . et at the meeting Sunday of the Trinity waa necessary to �un � date ot glory Blu� lreen eyes and a PepeoYes,' was Gwen's prompt reply ' with a , Luther t.esaue wben members of the COoed, dent smile add much to ber charm "nlat'a right. What did you do?' Pacific Lutheran College faculty and Sbe I a very popular co'-'ed and an ex- '" • I went tb see my aWlt and she was , Ii! Itudent body entertained fO� new memHaMon', Jewelry eeptionaUy acUve Itudent, beln&' a mem· hRppy when I went home " ben "OUr purpose In ille 9ias Dean ber of the atudent coWlcll, and an en· ' LA Haup's subject Other numben on ,the Lhus1a&t1c C te ilD 0 put po Mrs. �y_ I�l. "Y_oar ana. ot and sup r r d 257 So n ' . pl'OlJ'8Ul 1nduded plano numbers by :_ . . W.tcll ...."!". a s.ecWty eer of the S9itmm.J.na Club She �tI __ II .. cAellr .. III...... . Rhoda Hokmatad, a readIn&' by Jean· 'one and au with an lntecUoUi aIb1le OlIve Bee: "COnn tbe ,rnaDcl proMlJ .. ill , . Marie Powler; ' and a � 8I!lect1oo b! and a cheery HI! EVerybocb' aarft* that wen. ....... . Kf" Ronald Kai'tln, Dw1DI' ,the bua.iJ:leA &he hu a IUon&', huaItJ pair Of Iunp, LA mee� ftv.e deleptea were cboaen to ' - $1.50 monthly rat. CoII..e Lunch � Gene: "With feet like yours you $ 1 ,50 Ladin ra a mOnthly re�t. the Tr1D1ty , LHcue .t the 5c PiaUnum ba1r (the e�Y)' of IIbou]d pt -I. Job with the 'lOvernment." $2.00 �"" I -. monthly rat. 5c.k. Sc rBouth ' P!Ct,t. Sound C1reU1t , Luther m&D.1. Soup. ga1>., , La ODe of h1a IlWl1 cna: Ted: "What 'dolnc?" a , Good Hambur..,-. 10e Leacue cOoft'llUon, to be ,held lq. the Uqu1Ih1nc c:haracWr1ItIcL He'l not Gene: '-'8tampln&' out- (oreat flrea." B&lLr.rd, PInt. Lutheran Chw:cn Hoy. :I, 10 .U�OO LUNCH ' very tAn. and be'. 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At w 'meeUng of Delta }l.ho'a.mma Mr. RBd rmUy htDted to the Thu'rsday the IJl:OUp . eboee h�y to ad\ooI. · But. be driver that P.L.C: -...s 'Arne:wn to be vic;e-preaklent for manfully rnllowed 1WI pride and "step"to the left. -..:ith fall semester : 'EvelYn Irwtn. sec. climbed In to the poor neuse for one the last part. Then rll Just of Henry's ancient eombtnaUona which out here:" said the unluspecUnr 'ri.n. ' ·"'�'· and A11� Nolan. �rer.. As o� bouted powera to run. That's h�w It all started that Mr. It all happen'ed' Uke this, to n.:plaln and his �ther. stnLnded Out by to tJa.t, position. 'Ib1!I. ".. the tlrat . the stopped , house seven·mih! thAt he really w tmqtne: If thumbtDl' his

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Valborg Norby. Rhoda Herbert Norgaard and Ma:1e attended the North Puget. SOund CIl::. mas .wound up with an Informal cult Luther League Convention In given by the old members P'rlday eve' nlng Oct. 13 ' in the recreation room. Everett. October 13.15. Margaret Craft. goes to her home In A color sc�eme In orange and black· wr&.'! used In decoraUoD.ll planVed McCleary. WUh. 'every week.end. Haroli Dempster and Olem; Oustave�' by. Marian Peterson (chalnnan). Se n th�lr at In. visited so . homes attle ley Savare, and Loul5e Miller. Under" the dJreeUons of last week�end. Those attending a dinner party glt'. en; (chairman). Ellen Johnson. en 'by Nom}.. Preus last Friday night anna McClure and Ploren.� Post, ""ere Thelma DanJels, Helen BeCSOD. number of games and stunts were play· Ellzabeth· SLuen. Virginia Davis. Ellz. ed. in many of which the .unfortunate got the worst of· It. New mem· abeth Dahl. Betty Svare. Orwoll Dahl, through' the "'spata."' and an Milton. Nfl8vlr. Bob Svare, Pflueger: .Wllliam Pflue�r. . John Stu. Intell1gence teat was one of the out· standing events. en. Stanley Dahl. Paul Preus.' Rolf The main ft!ature of the evenlfiC was Preus, and the hOlU'sJ. ' Ronald Martin santr �n' �v. Lew' � ���m:fi ::dl:U!��g�re:��Y � � an e h . their willingness to JOin the expressed D.RO. group. President Florence POIIt outlined the wark of the group. and told how each letter In the name of the or· ga�atlon represented some definite

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. At thtB �me M:�; II ret�•. �tter t.bjor . •rade" Speak� 6" . • • � lAt••r.' atldbetter. It would have been a sbame t U).e,; w.. � toplC\tlf a :':� d=Ur:,�IC:n�r�; :: "'!pe and Lelsgive',' NondllY, Oct. cha� addn'u Shore, a·former st.udent.and toot. cot slnce the sunestlon .ha:S been made e o on' the OladlAi�r·team. Is at· that he be called "Mange-or." �!n����: r .�!: �� �:.� S W : National Reerea· ent.atlve q-.e repre f O_ · 5 , ·�e W!approached Verne Pete�n lflC �''::�o �:�:le:':c beln� n work of told �1a.uon. tlo Col� last 'sprlng. 15 now at other �y. and aak'ed, ."What ·Is college ne ' ot ' Wuhington. Myron, bred?" P'rom Ilrst hand ':lfper1ence we :�atl:��:�.t th� co-..,nt.ry along re· . bread that.they collece say make being on. the football team waa "ould e business manager of th� .Sac� for ��o: th�IO�:fr:ac:�1t.an�d In::;::: ;��:IS:�u:: �� ���':h� d . of the American people , the recreation· al problem Is ste·adlly. beootnini more :Br�;n recommended CI.d you know that Jean Ihyphen) complex: MaJor that �Ie ·use their leJaure time to Marie Fowler had a birthday recently? . These children do crow up. How old Is their own cultural advantage; by In· who attended she? AlIt Jean, . teresting th�maelves in a hobb'y� and . told of several Instances In which this The stud'ent body joins In the wish Thostrnllon '31. waa last sum· that Hal Votaw w1ll be back amon. to 801mI' Want'en, also Il0(1). It ..... touch luck.. but those grid of '31. stars can take It. AlIt Bev 8h�. • • • VandlnbGrJ' '31. who II now at, Lakebay.ls president of the Another birthday! Wilma O'� n nerclae� Rev. Johnaon, who League at Luther Memorial ·just t.umed nlneuen.. We, d In chapel lut year, made the Tacoma. . tall:; Bud, Wish her all. the s�ss .nd I"�I.�".. addreM tor the Claas of Roach, a ,student. her� last happiness In the world. \ •• . now working at the can�n • • • \ Co. in Tacoma.. But that's not. all. Charlie jotna; :u���; :��:n� t;:� ' � �e=It!;� O::;�� ; I O o to take piau November 30. nl,ne�n lASt FrIday. Cora Lien, who led the honor roll here last fall. 18 attending buslneSl' school In No. Me&ford, a coquette Is nC)(. Aberdeen. Wash: coc:i..cola..

Alice Yo! scribe conatders himself They were : Ind.eed. Jmt. before copy Petenp" D for development or personality E" this Issue, we saw part. of the land tor a visit over the week.end of for earnestness of pul"}Xll5e L for loy· . Margaret Craft. and Alice Petenqn, InlUation. The Ilrll had to OCtober 14th alty and love. T for trust.worthlness. A vice president and secretary. respective· Dean Hauge spoke In A3hford aspirations. R for reverence to God, Iy. of the Lutheran oaugh�ra of the Tuesday, October- 11. o tor obedience to the Rdormatlon. represented that' Kroup Pro{. Ramsta.tl spoke In his "ITnoc ,._,..'_. school. 0. tor generoa· the Soutp Puget Sound C1rcuft COnVeR.. oonrregatlon In seattJe Sunday: Oc· M for modtsty, M tlon ot the Women's MissIonary Feder· tober 15. I 1m' m,�,,"'on. A for &t.tatnlng the goal. aUon held OCt. 1 at Immanuel Luth· (chairman) . Agnes cran Church in 1 Cromwell. Vlrgtnla .....Mna Rone.. In cha�, Mahnae, president of the Paclfic Luth· ..1.... I'm.n" were served after the ,re. :':t c:��ege L.D.R. group was u�able te included purpose.'

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...oaro.a:a. _, 1_. . PACIPIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE. PARkLAND. WA8HDfO'l'ON PLC Prepa... to Foc• . ' : � Lutheriuts ru�n Gladiators Defeat . . EII.nollu.,. CoIumb•• . , . Albany College 6- 0 . ByRangers, 19-.� An., b",_ �to tho � ""'won -- . In TaeOlila �ida� . ' . �, -Uaproved bJ c1deaUJ:i& 'AlhUuo 'eroueP e-ohut · an'£ n.t bnDd ot, f�� P'rlday. eo..ch 0"'0'. CH&d1&t.on �1&1tn& w. ' .... . .,.., . �t.ber&n' teul �t 'Tufty' Smith ,.U"..�. Throuch workinl hard tn preparaUoO lot t.be "tn.:. � &.to�b� . . , ' .� 18-1 �r��'at �e � of vas10n 01 Ellenaburs Normal Prict&,.· .t. down Richt Tackl. to Collect Oftty Iy Milton He ....i, n 8aturda7. Qcc.. i C?l.fDpla � �\... ' . . the LIncoln bOwl. -,--- Scor-e-of-Game i"-Ust- Four-Min. , " , r.Jot the" Lu� Att.hOu,h HtUe- la known ot the 14"In the 'center ..... . utes of Play Une, � the,.. . E11e�\U'I st�� the of . After takin, two lam.. on the chin the Cladiaton snapped t::an � �1 :ut· sWI l1ave i1waya �ven �� Ola�ton ' � OIsPlaytn, t.h"e bKt brand of football out of it lut Friday and Albany � wa. tfI. victim. AJth�ulh PLC scdrecl e:� J d� ���� ,;:e:own �� y:-. th� Pacl1lc only one � uchdow �. the !tl"'ny ,0.1 line was in Ibn.er durini:' the =��: :n:=:,=w:: m&:de m&:ii1lOOi rain&. The dlfed�: ddte:.: : e� =y=� entire fraca•• Loh. ffire .nd drive .neI .n impre....�le defeMe were Pr1day aunc�man'y Pacltlc Luther� �r. oUerwe ',parked well at. · Umea an� lege 6e-0 IlL8t,Pr . ,.u� in producln8" one 1COI"'e In , � y t e fOllo.rera: !'o l&rle crowd is e� DespIte �e muddy condlUon of theI the reason for the VIC� which, .ccordin. to the te.M • • hould .h... an . the 1Il4ktna: !iOwpt tbe·.Ran�n to attend �e pme. . gridiron. both teams presented good included at least ' three niore touchClo·wn. . Saturday, N9V: 4 co.c.h Olson wiJl had qUlte an�.t1rst .-, . ' Rdvantaae. J.�5. · . f"xhlbltlon ot open foot.ball . t&k� h.la squad to fOrtl&nd to mee"l the .� lonI puI'from.u:�Uan to Wbalen S. S. The only touchdown of thr game n Tu:� ��� MArv"""-sansen. QI�tor The devastation of injuries has, again struck our camp. This ��::�: =�� :�! =: :w: ::�;t6ii.":: :�o:,:: ::::. ed n i n the form of a broken an�le: and the victim-Hal Votaw, land ti1sbme On the' next play � wmt oVer � repreee n t time . �tnne. 'I"he �U��r::. =e'!:=� 'the !'�t on the Qlad�k1r lCheduk. and oon�. star ed a austaJ.ned drtvt! which culm1n� sensational little halfback. The injury. sustained in the first Quarter aareratlOn ...·ever. Coach O�.bu two weeb ·Th.e rem.aindeJ: ot the balf ... a liee: ated In the aeore. After a pus, Smith of the St. Martin's game. brought an untimely end to what promised Ho p"iddm for t.b"e saw �t&1r With .nelther te&m thrH.t.tnthe pipktn to to be a brilliant season for Hal. His Joss is keenly felt and leaves a In wtJ,lch to prepare: .vehlAthem . to Gene Jack. advanced in the best lnc· Co aCIOff!. :����:!:�i :e.!'��e��p;= tough. assi gn,:"ent for Coach Olson �o .fill . Qne of our best t.ackles �-;:a���:n� The Qlad1aton out pl the Earl Enochs. has been out for a week Wlth a bad !eg, but will be back f on . the two. yard. lloe. "Tufty" Bmlth \ :� =:l.=: !h..��� plunged throuah �ht tackle from the in the lineup soon. XCh·anges . E a touchdown A p&8I from 8m1th � t1VO yard line. S. S. o'Connor The tirst period saw the Oladlat01: The University ot Ne." Hampahlre s Maekey resUlted in. the PUS1na" at.tacIt. funcUonln&" very dfec� In eve� ,aM�. t1t1l .u.on our backfield ·has.•hown a weakn... ·wlnter sporta team buys Its' own equ1p�' oonver;ted.. �I:el�leveral lonr pIn.e belng �� in p... �nse. �byl:te the ..me thin, is pr.. ent on Our �N."' . •' me�t and �ys Its o� tn.naPO�D. ' . UriU}' the laat of the quArter. the as tely er Co.ch Mike P�.rovic.h, ••�"If y�u .� the and � aWl a le�der amona: e tern �- Lutherans. � the upper .band: .but a the 0��na:lcr:::t7�rn;.�::- an l l!!' atJ!tne Conza,a pus. KcJ41llall to Relachman. ca�bt a p... which uil. throu,h the .ir. rip t .into sUtuUORll. ehi h o �rt,. eel a awtalned drt nap lng and uI In t If�!�'klm•goteamwathrow ball to tn, Alba;; ;',,�.:: ��: ��: '��:, . ' � ,; tin, pia,.. to b. can;e. Uo, a lo� , ,a;n. don', 'h; nk .ti�w::::,;.:�::::�:':";�:��:� :: P ". "" . �""� the big red team p.reaented Impreg. t e 11'0u�le I� w� th the defense pl.n: It II' bec�uae �OMe one on the sleep throuah at leaat three hours of COnsl.st.ent. gains on runninl" playa re� na:!��ef��': Y�����r ':I�::� defense IS thlnkln. of .ome"blonde up in the .tand... . In classe s each week anothe r sc;ore tor the Raprers.. . suIted . . . Oklahoma d � �e university of football Reischman ap.1n scorlnJ". . ' . S. S. the game somewhat. the two eleve':: n r n a rd sec Here are a few more interesting things to think about which = /:�n� d�rt���th��:3; se:;. a�f:�� t!:I� O�f�� :/:�f=' .Pla:ed even�I'tev.en tootb,,11 .In the ��e�u::r·pc!�::�:ct=:��y ::;;� Coach �eca.rovi.ch says regarding this p.�oblem: " The idea that girls A student at St;�omaa co"uere :ay and Cron9.u1St and J��n looted rood take out an insurance policy ap1nst In the line. The star at .�e Lutheran tory to the 20pyard Une. Afur repeated are an inspiration. to a footba ll player IS a hoax! Keep, your' players belng upon'tn ca.u. for 25 cents.. b�lefllcl. tHf:1 Votaw. brok� h.Ia ankle line bucks U!.e:y were: stepped. they eJec. away from them as you would away from Poison." We don t know he called e n �te.r. and will be out for ted to t.ry a place Ielck. The ball fell Coach Olson's views on this subject. but you know how .coaches are. � 15 e&lled upon, he may collect �. Inthethremainder of the seaaon. The names' of all profeseol'S' who shqrt however. ending Albany's aeor1ng girls He probably agrees. . ' e . keep their claue:s overtime are publlsh�'-R �an the at&r tor st.. ),(ar� activities for the h�. . d their polnt&. Old.' .SCOred � � �· regular University ed the . at y l of . S. S. . . The Lutheran defense lhowed up for. ��: at. guard wasall outstandlnJ" In the I h pG:r� which th� team ha� recei�ed this year i• •r.tifyin •• �o--�� 'of 'at the the students �=:!e::e�!!�w:, : :: At theTheSt.,upMarhn. , fame In OlYMpia, we h.d a. many out •• the UniversIty of Parla are Americana. The lineup! three-yard line. Arter three �S5lve 11n� plunges did not rain yardage. the hOMe teaM; .and our rooten made twjee a. mu�h noise� Lut'Frid.y More: than a hundrfl1 boya at OkIa._ \P..L.c, (7) UI) SL M.antM I ' . .. .. Prye A homa n J ... ............ .. . .LER..... COllen [ a\ct: enrolled K. &; . . vtalters leet the bail 1Vhen a p�_over at the Albany ,.me anoth'er ,ood crowd presented. itself, .nel l.et the t e CrOhqu1.st ....... ....LTR.... . . .. . . 'I'ucker the goal line �complete. -"" tUM know thV were there. The result� victory. Th.t'. what h houselr.eeplnJ" course. . a er�����I�c:��Ie�:e:�:��. �::m� ' .··.�CR.·.. . . :��; .. r:;' ::e :=w::��:e� !���o� .upport does, keep it up! sr: In a major pme co.c.h Andy Kerr pre- �n ....:...... ...ROL . .. . .. OIdhaD:1 S. S. their way te.....d... ar;ot.ber when the . . . g e Why ' . :: ......... ....:::: ::::::::::: : == the tack of interest in golf and swimming? Attempts have se�e� I::::t�:;��W'lh hAs been '" -::e ��:��: . ..Q . hc!J'k Lutheran tS) (0) Albany been made this fall to run a golf tournament. but only a few stu� p� In 'one tan S ky.sc�per. The Ca� .00·COnnor '. . ,. PatIon . Whalen ...LHR.... . Mackie . ... .LER . .. . . ..... Alpauah dents have signed up. Although it's getting pretty late, the matches thedralaofr Learning.e. . The only �pus Votaw �rlltz .. . f be ll rard . i oo ........... n ��7e:s:n .. LmR . . ..NIMUler will be run off if enough enter. The same othing is true of swimming. w S . ��. : ::, ... ::I 'Re: � r a ye. this meeting pening the at and club fine a w had year Last � �� at�u!��C:IV�!; ���:a:�=�. :lni: Johnson . .... . .:.: .. � . . . .................0 0 -; 0- ." Patter5(ln more than SIXty turned..Qut. Parties have been planned on two oc· latea enoua:h revenue repairing ....tchea P.L.C. Hansen . . ....ROL it to put him tbrouah achool St. Martini .. ' . .............7 6' 8 8-10 S"lnt .......RTL COffield casions. but both .had to be cancelled. All of us like swimmir)g, . . at bureau �Touchdo1memployment Lutheran: studmt Pacific The activi· these behind get Let's fun. of lots .WllIar:l . . .REI. Kellroclt "doesn't cost ryluch .....and its karvard University h.a.a at&rted a coune Mackey. Try for polnt.--O·Connor. 8t.. O'COnnor .Q . Barnes ties. students. and put them over. . ' window wuhlnr· Ma.rtl.na : Touchdowna - Relachman. Moe ._LHR MCClain InF'1!ieen exiled professors from Oer� three; 'try for polnt-Relichm&n.· S. S, .Qerllu: . RHL . ... . H. KeIth Bvtnth. .-Plper, C P.L. 8�tuUODl: f o u membe the the are of lty r n a.c ... P . Keith . • Next Fri4.y when we play Ellensbur. i. the I •t ch.nce we N . ­ S���u��u��; .!';d�=id.lfoe =l N�fJ. Boc1aI.. Resea� at :��� have to see our CI.M.tOn in .etion o�tfteir home fiekl. ElleMb ...r. =ce� . Mar .J'icltlcusLutheran: Sandy. Levinson, artina: DonO'l'RO, ' ElliI. · E. at St. M Jack. Sh ter,. Pedersen. Martin. Piper, has always fielded a .11'0n, ...m anel f(f'i. year will no exception , B A new college has bee� formed. North Carolloa, which Reischman. Qore, COOper. KaJ&naUIh. Hvlddlng. Sanderson: Albany: Buchan� Our tum is out for . victcNy ••iMt theM, .. they h..e c�e out on laclthaMountain. e.no p�ent and cLa.ulrt� Portia, )(�den"and keleon. non. := ' S = = = the lon. eftcl of the .core the I..t two. Y""' In the CIHiaton' last w1ll � ' I I ' d U : :::. : Ian :: " :: W : ' "' :: 1 UO und for ::: :,::::::= =ii home encounter, let'. ,et out and .ive th'em .1I the .upport we un �Al h erp-ad.u&tea. bO rickReteree-Al .Hopklnl; umplr&:-Heln�:::=: . ,.. lonudele luuly Shoppe . ". � ty. my".Y....""' . at � mu•.tar a� pack those ...nels Frid.y. . :el1V:nJ·.ID,-, :� • • ": . Stud�1Sin--;: You ,re welcome to Ji' have their namea. cbaracter1atlea, an Cym CI..... Now in Full . 20 Co-Ed. " ••1 H.t' pec , t C::irtinl fOf" I Com.plimenh of \" Swin;, Announce. Mil. CoH �:��:e�or: =�th��·awJ W.tch wi...... ,... WMltI, �h AtAlb·.ny C.me Oct. 20 . ' . 33'" . bulldini II be1nr reruded�-,r1th t W . . U�ae� r the direction of W5I Gotf . 'CArt=C:I:S_R�r' Ii,:t..IMI . At tl"le game wUn Albany lut Friday. I}'Jn W�T COAS'i' cl S are now tn full aW1n&". Be: ocarat gold leaf at an approXimate coat. r � =�enu:r:asth:e :::t �u':� slde8 the pnenJ IYIn work. 1nCl �- c;: f :: "_ = :: ==::::==:;:::;=�; II GROCERY . · 1n , � Phone MAin 4493 F. H. Krug � tteld game, t.hat of lirll pua1na" the formal drllla and clua ezerc1Ra; baak.et ball. La....·.. Sped 1Mb .. $'.19 � bat. between halves. TbJa plM wei struct10na In �ban and . � . n i adopted· to replace the uwa.l admlaaio Aiitoeat i . wiU �liven. - tbe· If . � fee. : . K.IM.�¥ � ' p� ���=o�the':.:; · ·Products · , 'Ib, '.,nty PaclfIc LuU",,,, Co.... -""""- A II""" "'" of "><'n'.'.... ' ,.7 .IO .... WAY . �l � � co:-eds who took 'up the coll.eetiOn were 15 shoWn tewa.nSll the . game . . . --------iII --,-t'7 � · I; : ;;:; ;;:; � . . � ;; ;;: ' I ;;;.� ; ;;; I� �.-:---:-·� .ce r � � " U es;: � : =.: '. . 1 i. ' .:n�==:::;:;".:: . I � 1 I ��������, . . I� ·304 . Rust Bldg. Tacorrta . 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"Ro8es_of " mlnistraUve body whereby studenl.1 en- B rolled under NRA plan number' two Eugene' Bura:oyne. Thelma Daniela II.C- Members of the OraduaUn.c Olau wUl" may contlpue t�s semester, The plan companied ' the numbers at the plano, . have their first party .Ill IIChooI the. Is that the students m'ay attend 'claMes .. evening of No�ember 1.8. acoordina to for first place In judres' raUnp of the In .connection with .the orchestra, Mr. during the fall semester. b'ut should a motion made and paued. . � .. m�t­ Hunter a coaching saxophone been has tirst Dramll. Club presentaUons of the they ...'ish . · t.o tramfer another coling ot .the hlgh achool and collep ��year. and " Oreen Shado�" wa.s award- quartet composed of Mr. Hunter, Nor-- lege, they must pay their bill here be ed third place. ' The .judaes for .the man Jensen. Don Reid, and JKk Hud - ful:'l In order to re-regbter at Paclflc lars lU:on�ar n??n. Comm Jtteel :will announced later by the president ltat.!'-, . . plays glyen Oct. :n wen! Miss Fowler, son. . . ' __ Lutheran for the sprtng term, they J. P. PfIuerer, and J. u. Xl!'vier. must .make satLsfacto� arrangements In(ernation.1 Itelations Will. Be ryn . n!.���k �tuc11o.ot Taooina . ' with the registrar a.s to the setUement . November 24 ls the date announced ' . Discussed at MHt of CoIlele will take . the .picturu o'f the cluB for of the account from the first semester, by Norman Jensen, pruldent of the ua Dele ates at ' W. dub. tor 'the next drama night pre_ .. I In order to. �lve tHe credits earned, , U" I"'- ::::e=� � ,,: g . An r=.I� ta �ntatlons. These, he l tes, will be of This propoelUon W&6 reached u a Ih t t •� a . man cla.salcal nltun!, with !lot so 'Come to School' Theme 'Carried result of an Intervlew 'Dean Hauge: had J�lnlng forces Ilnd knowledge. In a : P': ::'".:commJttee D one.d"; 3�bxb p ces mu,ch comedy Itressed. with Dr. � Ooodykoont.z:. aaaista:nt two-d�y s.tudy of IntemaUonaJ. ret- p1ct.u.rs In folden, either euel !lIr toldOut in FirSt of Seriei of 5 Radio Evelyn 1rw1n.1!J the only group I�er Programs Cive,. This Winter b comm�loner of �ucatlon at �u.h- tiona. student deleratel f�� all �I- er type:. for t4; one dORD appycatkm 13 y ,Inrton. D. C., durtng the , Wash1iJ.gton leges and universities of the Nortl,- plcturea 2% by 3% wltbout fol4kn. ,thus tar to have announced her play tor . W'II " .e Dec . for the November p�ucUons. '''Ibe P• • C. �, N � Education As5oelatlon eonvel:!Uon held wea't will meet on the Unlveralty ot- 12. An eniarge:ment, a by JoG lDcbeI. U th mudenta of raomo Lu� 00Uep �:' ��� :� W � r n aah!ntWn __,- I• ...w. �:��C:n. � -= e: �n��:::!1:: the original proposal O! tede�' ualat- and :I for the annual Studentl''�.-I Inter- :d on the order ' It the time ot the Wesson. Thelma DanIela, Arnold Myhra. �: � ance nMY studentl had been tu m'� naUonal. Relations conference. Milton Nesvtg, Je:ue PfIuqer. -Jean- overt Station KVI slttln,: and the reat paid. ' when. the In Tacoma. Through � dOW� by. the 8Ove ment, b�t that E Marie Fowler, Ervin Dammel and Alice ' conomic recovery progr&!M, �th student receives hill picturel. the courtesy of Mauitce Webster of the the commbSioner of m educa.Uon I.s Itlll foreign IlI)d domeaU�,. of all ma-jor na- The ?latter o� cl� duet .... brought Nolan. KVI annou.nclna stafl. e�ch Thursday t.rylng to put through some plan for wUI be' the lubject of conte:t- up: and the group voted to ...... each • Bert Myhre, treasurer, announced at evening from 9:30 u.ntll 10 o'clock will ence dlacusaio�, according . to Sidney member of th� clua one d.oJJ.a.r due. the meeUng of the Drama ,Club Tues- � set. aside for hlah schoola and col- aiding worthy colle� students. day. that '12,10 WM taken In at the leges, or Tacoma to broadc&llt a.s they The plan submitted by ·the Pl,C ad· Spear, a.saI.stant dean ot men of the. for the fint semester. Dues tor the . door. Many alumnI and guests ;were see fit. ministration will not affect students Unlverllty of Wuhlngton, eha!rman of. second semester ,nil 'be dec1ded on , The confere.nce _will .then. I\. motion wu � tha.t a present at the performance, On their .flrst broadcast. PLC I'tu- enrolled under NRA plan number one: the conference. concern 1.t.aeU laflely with the In,ter-. commJf.tee be appointed...to lOOk. lnto President Norman Jensen appointed dent.5 followed a "CorM, to School" na�onal , impllcaUons .or the vvioua the 'matter' of clau. rtnp � pinl. G a committee of erhardt Pfluege�, theme. plann� by J. O. Edwards. Clarr�very programs. . Florence PQlt and Alvene Sch1erm&rut ence Lemmlng, pr';,.ldent of the v em r no n u . r__ �la�� �:�,:�u:es :: c��t!� �� ::: :��� :�n� ::�I:; :� the singing of the school song. The Will Entertain Mothers Dec. 8: different approaches to the problem," Spear aald In annou.nclng 'the confum . them,e of the' program W&II Introduced Elect Mill Fowler Ad.,iser ._ . _ ence theme. by Rhoda Holterutad"and Norman Jen__ • sen when they presented a vocal and �Ita Rho Gamma i1rls will enter- Shirl Blalock. NRA. �ln1S�tor for Rev, '"i.�t!T JohnaOn: of. 01JDl� adm plano duet "Come to School." Mr. lain their mothers at an evening party the Northwest, and or. Reinhardt. � the studentl at ��l laat Hunter played "Nimble F'1nrers" as a to be given at school Fr:Iday, Dec. 8. German co�ul In BeaW�, wtll conduct Fr:Iday moml� on Ule ABC'I of "l�Uth .. probl� Be expla.tned � tor. .!llXophone selection, and "Romance" Pial\! for the affair are �aa yet unan- the ' stud�nt round�table d1acusaiona. �n __ 1\.. Mander" UIIOCla� profeUor a ChrUUan � .,Ive .. p�lem be must Many Pacific Luth�ran Collegoe stu- :lS a viqlin number. Th� musical part nounce!!., but are .ln charge of a eom- Linden . polltlcal acience ,.t the U. ot W. and f�t become ..ware ·of. the �� ,that or l. (cha1rm n vocal a included also Kathryn program the of ot mitt.ee an Johnso dents were in seattle last week-end to confronts him; aeeo ndly, JM mutt �, attend sessions ot the convenUon of number by a male quintet composed ot Virginia Davia, Gertrude 8tenbefl�and an authorttyon Inter:natlonal rela.!l0.zjs; I Is p� chairman of the co1er:- �1\ \ the South Purtt.80und Luther Leagues, AmOIC! Anderson, Osten Elluen: Ron- Eunice Arneson. . � : .. !I �n . ence. hu lurve,. He of aid Martin, Milton Nesvig and Roland for arranged . ' � , beK" ot whlch Irene Dahl haa bee resIMiss B R Fowler was elected t.o be most au�entlc help, 11ncie. Qod.', wUl the the NRA, Rwialan and � PBer- SwaflllOn . lam Faac: ' . aniza ' girls I dent dunng · the put two y �f �r org diy - Communist the tile !ldV e :gh norm; an4 he plans for home·and world abort a A. O. gave nngelltad dine Knutson ha.s' served the o�- Pres. tion at the �tlng held. lut Thuna : � :. us tallt. An interview in whlch. Norma.n day. In this capacity She wtll . preaent recovery, tion In the capacity ot · secretary, . . '. . In acc�ce �e ' stand&rdi to the m�!.hers at the party Dec; 8 th� � .7 d:�: :O: �ewIY-ch�n ortloen also . include has di.llCovered. . ... ' co U y . ese bilit i mothers a organiZing ot ' poss . . ud1ni' � many former P.L C. studentl. Those was p The president of St Paul Lut.b.er 001- . the pro ted Concl e tedco':r : .aeatUe chosen head the· circuit leagues dur,. gram. Margare� Wesaon pve a readlna auxiliary fr� the Delta. Rho CWnma t.o lege, Rev. � Sc�dt tit: !:' F. or at. Paul, t.he� part. !.he next year a.re Ckorge � '30, Mr. Edwarda who la Iri ctarae of group. Definite acUon on the propol5ed '. M1nn.� ' lpoke here MODd.a." Oct. 10. . p'!5ldent; William Pflueger. now a atu-. tbse broadeuta for PIC. announced auxiliary will be laken at the affair. After chapel. Rev. 8chmktt, who ..... dent here, vice president; Harvey that the next procram, to be presented �use of the poo,: condltlc;m of the Mill. ·D.hf Retur ... FrOnl here u a S\leilt of Mr. PfIuep-r. "",t.ecJ . Malbelsen of Beattie. secret&r)'; aDd Dec. 13, wtlI be of II. more clasaIca1 na.. day room, ImproveID.l!l;lt5 wtlI be made Visit, Work in C�lIfornia the school and in the cl.aaaro.oOll 1Ir. Cllftord Opheim. who attended �.L.C. lure. TheSe prqrra.m.a. he ltates, are a before the party honoring the . pia' SctiinIdt Was once a hOQle mlMlon pu_ i J.adna- PIC and It. talent. mothus. ,These wID Include the mak- PoilU Irene Dahl retnmed laat Thura-- tor .at Port Ange:les, ,waah., and wu . last spring, treuurer. f ne way of p . Irene Dahl '30, Will chosen Pocket and departmental wort before the pub- ing .of new curta1D& and drap!l, t.he re- day evenln, from a trip lnto C&l1torn1a.. formaly connected with 8Potanp Col. ' .flnll:htna: of the twnl� now in the The trip ..... partly to take the V&C&- lege. which' Ia nOW' a part of Pactnc . . . Testi.ment League aecretary; P., O. llc. . room and the p roew1ng ot new ptec::bs, Uon abe had not �Ived lut eummer, lAIthetan. ZwlllU1eJ'!r of· Beattie, Junior LMcue " th re t an o e ·Cer�.,. Club Comnle�.tes � ::=� ;:, !:= ��o:� t=:u:; c::� id=����� d�=��on:::s":,; will Include Dr. 'E,. M, Hegge: of TaBirths of 2 Fanlous �en committee in charge of rec1econpna: oJa up, ouUIning a toUr fqr Orben a member of the Baud of n-o.teea 01 ' the room a:re Doro�J" Delamar'ter .8lme, a noted musician in the EMf. the AUlfUltana �JDOd in thia cUItrlet, coma, Elmer Tveter "28 of Tacoma. and Patricia. Chrtatenaen of BeaWe. To �emorate.tbe 460tb:an.n1ven. (C�), V� Norby i.nd Jane whole appUcaUon tor. worIr: as a. field spoke in chapel WecIDMdaJ. Oct. 21, ' . &Cent the � of 'I"ruateM· at Pa"citle Rev.\ �nbardt wit.' in Tacoma . tOl' a The league ' from eeDtraJ. · Lutheran. an. of Martin Luther'. on No. WO lIima. . Ctiurth ot Tacoma extended the .circW.t vember 10, and �. 114th ann1v� Lutheran c�qege · ...... accepted. �. meeUn, ot' the norih� 'd1m1ct 01 .. Pla)'l a pltchlor��. ..l tbouIand hU church. . " , 81m� ' . ieaIUea an invitation to I;ioI.d the nm of JohAnn � Sc:h1ller'a birth, the M,..� H.,..acI-, '.a:-. . , ' . ,annual c:onvaltioD In tbdr chur:eho German club held Itl J'eIUlar meetJna: Mrs. Quro 0mUd Bai.tad. wife of Cloll&r lnatrument,. and a � : which waa �ted. an, J. p, Pflue- �.1. noon . . the fowxter· ot Pac:lftc 'lAItherao CoI- w�,. mu.l� 11 �. 9Il rad10 wawa. --=- ". Club Heat' Itud).... pr of PL.C. live the CODclud1n&' ad- Club ' membera -4&ve � of the Jep, }IUR!d a..a,- at ber bcme JD. Park. 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A boy who 15 better known, ' UlrOUgh· ll:fl. out the cOuntry by h1a nlcluWne. th by. h1a proper monicker? � 1.1 he "''" ll.lmown. 'It's a wonder you haven't e He is 1all, an esaed him and ha& blond . ::thuSlLdJ.c Md of COItlomen. h1a match hair to ' course. he '1.$ &m0JlC the ,h1(h 'and t.h1rd. complete to hope who hUes m1 . It . rIt. thiS y,ear' I..&it ytar at ar :;: re�=n=. Pa.Clflc 'Lutberan Col• lege on a. deputation team which spread the fame of our alma mater 1n high schools of western Washlncton. Belz:tg a sportsman. he held a position 'on the college basket ball team lut ,ppnS. and now plays' end on' the GladIator gt1d squad. That .he plays' end on the team the ,taU. d� .not mean that he 1a fOr he ts captain end or. thln,p th �re. . b It =� ��;:��:� ! h� : :e:: � hlI rep• . bucks from opposing t.e&ms, utaUori hy spread far. and wide for fool�lI pro:wess.

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" -LA. J�hnny. I don t mind-many young OQ . . Schools ar:'ld their friends throughout our country are thIS week coup,les have sta� In a \'ery small Th�ft wu �on· In , . . way. clua .... ... the · elee UOJl. A observing the thirteenth National Educati6n Week. the purpose of . . which is t9 stress the importance of education and to discuss prob· �orm lookIn&, lems and .Questions concerning our schools. We of Pacific Lutheran ' de Milo: 'bin&, those bllQ: ' . College should join in the ob�ervance by devoting our attention this 01';1 Greelu had on us, ..ben th�y talked "That feUo� Ander'50n I, ,ola&, week to possible im�rovements at o�-r own . ins� itution . Progress � s tbey dlsanned." .It�and 11." . -UAI don Utat. b.t If the motto of ed!Jcatlon, but progr�sslveness may be of lIttle use If be(Ina ell to tbe truth, Late to bed t brHk hla Dedi:." we do not know whither we are going. Education week should af. was the .reply. opportunity to get down to a real evaluation of education. ford us·an �':�ate -LAthus enabling us to ascertain whetl;ler or not we are on the right ·rOad. . _____ From weanng my ties. Mr. Hong: "How do you like O. . While we should be like other schools in progressiveness, we -LA"":" �A young man1ed couple ls studying ry1" ult-makinc and' la. at the Unl· should not ape them otherwise. We should be able .to judge real Mother: "Martha. the canary Alice ff.: "I can't, ;tand· lt. the lea- blsc. nuts stick In my teeth." \ versl �y<..or values and �e independent .enough to weed out whatever we may cone!" . . , -LAhe ha Mar t : ,.Bat, mQnun�, It wu t re find useless and worthless. Ours is a Chri�tian school. Our work i$ . . different from that of oth�r �hools. and our ideals, our behavi or, . Ita . . . prosram:s, p.!rtre�, itnd pkrncs should be dlffer,ent. We should strive -LAcome Iknocklq door. be DObI!bafor originality. We should not, for example, give plays because Wm. MackJe had reached old U,ht others have given them, nor, engage in: the athletics that other schools Ilnd had Botten hlm.seir a Job as a Jan· engage in simply,to be like them. Whatever we do we should do, not 'Itor at a repair shop. An old crony, Will Keep bcause. it is customary, but because we have found it valuable and who was not )ery .much respected. At a recr:nt Board ot . Control meet_ in harm�ny with our h.ighest aspirations. would come In after hours for a chat. Ing It ....;.... deCided ' to keep cUppltlp

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This evening he found Bill bwy. " What are you d9Ing.. sweeping out the·shop?" remarked the visitor. "No 1 aln'l:' ansilo'ere<! Bill. "I'm People often ask why ' the higher educational institutions in America prQcluce so few thoroughly educated men. The answer we sweepfng out the dirt and I'm leaVing find in what Dr. N. M Butler of Columbia University calls the most the shop:'

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. -LA.-;deadly foe to scholarsh ip; early and un.due specialization in our (conUq bar· Jewelry schools. This specialization, which. as Dr. "ButJer states, ha� crept Bey to DISTINCTIVE down through college and high school and al most, into the nursery, bel' a. ha1rc1ll"" 1 2th'u St. Poi!ItoffJce Squire is the reason \o'!hy people who look to colleges and universities for MarY: "Wo. Just had ean lower_ . If' 257 So. 1 1 th 5,. Phone MAin- 2 1 22 men to guide them in their present social apc! economic bewilder· cd a Inches.." W.tch a.,...irll'l&' . sPec!.l" I -LAment must 1001<. in vain. --� " r American college graduates, however capable they may be in "'--A small boy. leading a donkey, passed I!i;-their respective fields of speci"alization, lack the broad and compre· �y an army camp. A couple soldiers hensive view and the keenness of mind which a thorough liberal wanted to have sol'{le fun with the lad. training gives. and which are absolutely essential to win and hold the . "Why are you holdl;lg onto your confidence of the. public. This is the reason why higher education in brother so tight, sonny? " said one of Am�rica does not command the public respect that col l,eges and uni· them. �RtMrilI� . "SO 'he won't Join the army." the versities in many European countries do. All those countries keep : . spe� ialization out of high school and college and confine it shictly to youngster replied. without blinking an . ) po;>t.gr�dua �e work. !he thorough libe�al trai".ing the student re· eye. . �"""!"''''''.''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''�'''''r'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''';......:......................._-\::. "!":!'........., celves In high sch�1 and college furms�es hIm the back�rou,:d -LA' � . '. I ' ! H IGHEST' QUAUTY PRINTING . Whj Edpr is kind � necessary , for .beco�lng a sc�olar of the highest order and fIts hIm"';. ! la . Modernlv Equipped 5tKIp . for a leader and adViser of hIS people. of a who .peRda the reA or the � Come in Anytl"... . i '. . . . , It seems clear . that if out higher educational institutipns shall evenJq � the. r..e when the i i Cornp.ny hope to regain the public respect they once enjoyed, they must do IIpta III Ilia rtrl·. uvin', room � . ... ! : . " 940 COMMERCE ST. �... . • ��IN 67.68. .! away with this early specialization and giye their students a solid &'0 . . . " . " ". . lil?eral foudation on which to build their special studies. Only such ,,, .,,,," . .. ". . . ""..." ".......... .,,,............. 1 1ii ,,,,,,,, .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,·,,....,,,,,,,·,,... ' . -LA- . training can give the �t.udent the knowl�dge the men.tal· �iscip.line, . Swede : "Get off y feet." . ro . and the leadershIp abilItY, ,tha! the public expect to find In college O'Connor: "1 wOn't do It; It's too rar graduates. to walk."

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E.. ,ADdenoIl: "Bile � at yo.. ell! Well. wbat. followe4r c:-aa . aa.a.: "1 dI4 Cultl,lred people. 'in every 'country regard. slang .as a mark of ig-LA- . nor:ance and low breeding and· therefore avoid it. In America today. the niajority of. our youth coMly ignore thi.s opinion of society; al)d Hunter: "Hello, old man. where tan the' cesult" is an enormous increase in.the use' of slang irl'.all strata you been?" 0' Our population and a corr�ing weakening of oUr language. Eurme · B.: "Jun got ' back from a This is the more alarming because college stW;ients-fl:lture leaders trip." and teache'fS-are among the worst ·offenders. University students ' ;:: = ;;;: ;:: ;;;: ;;;: ;:: ;:: � Ought to knoW better than encourage tHe . grow.th of this evil which is so rapidly... tapping. the. vitality of tfie English language, in America. Repeirinl There are 'other 'reaSons Why college stUc:ki'it.s, and especially ' 'BOYNTON'S SIlVleE those of Pacific lutheran COllege :shoul� avoid the use of slang. . As . Oft 'aciHc Hlpw., moSt of us realize One of the es5eptial points of a well-rounged . ' character is'· refinement and the first requirement of refinemeflt is CAS ' REPAIRING OIL . or fIOWery ' = a refined ·t,ongue. By this· � ·do 'not rJ1e8'n ' affected = = = = :=: = = = = laoguage. but language free f� cOarseness and flippa"0'. slang. therefore whO seek t o develop a ' solid .q,aracter �P· IC D ... ' All·Y P RODUCTS It may seem popular, but after a,l: those ' who do ,not .u.se it 'are in OLY' . dema.nct ·What ·a shining �xample tl,;e students of PacifIC �theran • . t�. ,-"ri.. for 25 Y..... . COIIeg;: could Set by pledging themselves-never to use slang ·in any fo{m! Wha� ·a.great help to their schOol in its work. ':to build for character" arid to �... i,:,· a reputation for !=ultur! and ·reflnement.

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nlllng her uperien� !>' one nft:ht Parts. Mn. O. A. Tt�lst.ad spoke to the French club lut Friday noon. ·"fI·s. TInge�i.ad Wall In �nee In 1914• the summer the war broke out. with her as husband Or. O. A. Tinge1atad. who ... then busln� manager of :l band of 60 from Luther Coll� on a EuroPftUl tour. Prof.�r Prell.!. grandfather of Faul. RoUe. Rnd Norma Prem. wa.s also a member of the party. A talk by Hazel Monsen WM postpone-<:! to the next meeting: Peerl f omme p�slde � appointed Rhoda J�okensta d historian of the club and Hazel Monsen and MaxJne Manousoe on the pUblicity committee ill

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,Mrs. J. U. " Xavier and Mrs. J. . O Ed�'&!'ds entutained y�te.rdll! at the horne of Mrs. Xa,vter-fm-,.t.he lAI,theran Daughters of the �rormaUon of PLC. The. p�m feat1¥ed a talk on the .object of L.DR. 1I'OI"k gh"en by Mrs. A: W. Ramstad. fonner. fdriser and 01"ganlzer of the group at this school. Margaret Cran and Alice Pt�rson. vice president and �retary. re.sp«:Uvely. . of the group, ��o attended the We>-: men's Missionary F�e�tlon. conventlon at Crom ...ell. gave re�rts of the . meet.lngs. Musical numtSets on the program Inc:lud� hymn singing by the grOIlP and a plano selection by Wlnifred Butsch

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. . . "smooth'· �Illard It ls heneef�rlh. . That boy 15 smoother than the t� job suffered has write.r The hl!. Dodge. on from Inferlority eomplex .s1n� the nI,ht he v(sJted "Smooth" at the borne of 'his lianCt'fl. We fO'"'':ld him using her father's 9.'hlsker extennlnator. mosnlng about the towels. ....ter and blade: !V.hUe the father was enrou� to a fllll"-8" statlon In the family car to replenlsh' the g"s 'SUI)ply and' Infonn the at�en.dant wKat a line. strapping young f.ellow that- WllIard 1.1. We'd like" to get .· Une on what he telb 'em-We could use the

M �n, Se. Como. With . PLC Ali,,"n ' 11.4... ot. Columbio ot I'ortlo.nil Lullch_ .Durlri. WEA· �'O"t r" TK�I 'Seve� carl� ot atud�nta �nt to

�� tbe!r 'annual luncheon I!l'd "get Portland r()(.llh� :pme . wtth Columbia last �ttn'day . FollowtDI the � toJtlher Mid · e'tieh · ,Hi" durtOC- Ule Uta Rudd wu hanesa to se�l stu- WMhfnlton EducatJon Adoelauan. eon­ "dents at dln."er. Later In the evening "cnLton'.(n TaCOma more than IIQ (r'Iod­ Jt;an-Marle Fowler en�rt&io«l. !.he rna-' .uates · or· the '; m'al [)epartmen.t of :7 Jorlty of those t.t.k.tl\l the trip with .. Paellic Luther irCotles-e met at the . ColoniAl Club In' TUom.... &n . Oct. 21'. {lart� at her borne. . ' . ' . Those vlsltfng Po�tland besides the Dean Hauge """as tc».stm&&ter and p.n·· team and ttiose ' ro"1n� with the team eMIl C �Uf thi proeram �rHe.nt­ were Clifford Mesford. Vlr:gI.nl� Byers. � duting t he luncheon. �l.!Itln. him Amy Gilbert.. :Ray Hlnderlle. 0IIt:e':l ..."ere Miss Jl\)wler and Mrs, Kreidler. . Elluo't- �rtrude S�nberg. . tJC?Yd The Prorr:am Induded mUl.k:al nu';"Krt!tch, J.,phn' V.� Leuven. E1d� An- be� by Mr. Hun�r and Mr:. Uwvds. derson, Norm......n Jensen. NormlU\ West. group 1l :1gtng a�, talka: Each person 1 IIU1" Harold Tru� Frank Elliot Fred. there Introduced the one at h\ll rllht Logan Oscar AndenlOn Clarenee LelJl- IdentifYing. hi.." , by aeU"t1t1ft puUdmlng HarOld Oemps�r Olen Guo:taye- pate<! In at P Le Several. third year son Irene Shaflli:fA; KathrylJ. Johnson nonnal sttt.denfA attended to beoom, Bergllot Vogan Lila Rudd Mary Nuh ..,eqllanted wt"t.h other ,nd"uates. qthH and Evelyn Irwin. .Ted Neoon. field stw::len LS at�ndln. were Rhoda Holtm. agent. and Dr. 0. A. TIngelstad also !>tad whO accompanied the .Initn,. wert' In P9rtland for t.he game. Marlaret· w�ri a.ild Arnold M,bn.. • represenung the Sap. andi�1 M�f e

Information very handily . -Our pre-xuon selecUon lor the �nent job 01 e.eorU� �t ellt.�ln,ly aUraeU"fe blonde ff'tllh!p.an. Thelma Dantds. to the klckHOf!.orlng Miss Mabel McArtor. a n,· post .K'mU 10 han cone I� a .I d n II I['"'np. We hope It', only iemlM!'" ! :'fed :� ��:T !\TNT IT THE TRUTH : :.,� \:� t :a S lI � 1 there s st � �;::: h rena I �I That the girls In the classes are coma. Florence PoI!It entertained a =:/ o�: and Muriel Watu Velton were caned ." enthusiastic goal klckets-:-('Spe<:lally grollP of studenu and alumnae at her ... . , • . . home Saturday even.lng oct. 28. ApCan one h!!lp It If one grows careless --In the wrong dlrectlon: on for llpec:lal greetings. . You cannot make ChristJaha by IlL": . and ink. re white hue? polntmen different !I attains hair In one) and p e ' ;.v: -Cl.a An ' I�compleic l\IIt of alumni now That Jo}'ce Is all rlght rence le by n y slapeople n c r control gi �U a l? throughd games were played . teaching who attended Irie1udes Luetta We figure Ollt the questions.. and havThat Trulson got hl.l Jacket c:I�n . sllver, ,n tlon.-TIngeIS� . . . Klel of Mark Reed School SheltQn, CedI That t'\'er}'one IR wonderlng If he \. O\!t 9f'e evening . Among studenLS pres- ·Ing a lC?t of Ume. the answers, too. The en! were Georglanna McClure, Marie correct solution 10 the above Is emChr15t 1.1 not only ou.r Saviour. 'but co of ' Roy. Lorraine Mort!n of ,Elk going to ge';' the I�d in the ne� S tt " lu. Louise Miller. Dorothy Dela- phaU cally " no," Coach Olson. In a mo- our exam,Ple.-Xavtcr Pla!n. Alberta Schmitz of McMillan, plays : arter. ·Vlrginia· Byers and the hosl.esll. ment of distraCtion. used a blackboard There Is a place for every man and Qeorge Cronquist of Crescent Valley, That Nolan got. her flowing tres..�s Alumn.ae and. former student& who at- for skull practice and some of hls ball ",'oman of strong, stllrdy charac�r to Nellie Olo;on of Edgewood. Olal Hage_ " cut and curled; . tended Included ,,!be� Schmitz. Lor- pla)'e� 1Je!lmlng .!..Q.!: the f�t · time serve as an arency for the church.:- neliS of Pite. �ces' Jane �vtn 9f That Langnt"S3 took an unt'xpected dip . ralne Thoren, Ka.hlYfl Pat�n. Helen what the bo",rds were �or ' put that In_ Schmidt. Clover Creek. Fred Walter of Midland. In the creek. jvhlle on apple bent: Thmne. Shirley ' Hecht, Rachel Flint. formation Int.o practice. by . handing a A .thlng bued on God cannot fall. Cora Vista of Cromwell. Dorothy LehThat Hlghby recommends good ellerand H�It'n Collins. good,,old-fuhloned ribbing to a blonde and the Christian Church has stood the mann ef Longbranch, MlIdifd Berven cl5e$ fO"l" people" with flat feet-only t mislortune the late had hO a W 10f Crocker SChool:. Puyallup. Clara .o t('!lt of centuries of tlmt:,-Pflueger Ha�el Monsen hnd �arl Homme ..., � futllre upholders of tht' law need apup. Don Piper Though It be of .lIch a nature that Fjermedahl of Weyerhaeuser SChool: ply; her guest last week--end at her home In !tet his bottles crossed and "Tu'ffy" Smith. not to be outdone It �eLS the handS dirty and the cloth� Eatonvtue. Ruth O()(xi*,n of Victor Tacoma. That nlgger-hea"en "as occupied at by l'o5ter and Klelser. had the .Itua- spotted. work Is honoRble. not to be -khool. Gig Har.bot", Pnda Tayet of the recent plays by Whitaker and . . . On Nov. 15. Rev. selmer Berge of tlon well In hand. despised. and carries with It a t1lgnlty. Rhodes take, Francefl Newton of Pox · O·Brlon. Incorporated: Fargo, N. D.. national president of the SChmidt. Island, LeU Klippen of ColllM. MarThat student c()«ches are more nerYoung �ples' Luther Leftl\lj!, will .. a y j • e McOovern of Artondale. M ,Why dMllln'l 8Omea.� &ell Ger- work to do.--8chmldt. vous than the actors themselve6: speak In chapel. ut, to ceUe t.alk.In, 10 maeh! 81olmefl of 8panaway, Hell"ll 'nlrane of ' " We, Amerlcli.ns have bent every efThat e,'eryone will probably rush to . It-nce I.' plden, bal !tO is a � Willie Pfilleger was the gllest of MIlfort to I�vent lJlachlnery to save wor nfe, Mabel Jensen of Elgtn, Olena buy symphony . tlckets; and we don't. han to talk to a Am- for ourselves. so""tha t now there I. � Wagbo ' of Olencove. Nina BwuuiOn . of That Slgrtd gallMUy braved the tOr- t�m Nes\'lg at his home In seattle last . .set.. They tell tI.'I that. 1111 won't work to do.--8chmltz Anderson Ialand. Ethel SUnnette of 'rent of t.he local creek to procure week-end during the Luther League mllrmllr In a baddle. even onventlon. C . It Is the 'falth ",hleh haa Ita root.8 �t.onvll.le. Irene Padneu of Parkland, : SOC:Ita ; - apples, to the detriment of het here and ends In e�mlty to whJch we Ruth Padneu of. PUe, 011a �eu of, Alter having tJeen III In Seattle for That · slsters do cOme In handy -;hen " CERTAIN FOOTBALL PLAYER should .allng.-Renner Rosedale. Evelyn Olsen of lAkebay, your !i"A1'r needs wavlng-eh Leonard; t�·o .....eeks. Mary Hudson returned to Our spirits and ' actions should 10 Marie Vandlnburg of LU:��y, and Ida So .�Ieek and trim and debonair. That nobody really wa'nted to go along school ' Monday. of Arletta. Hlnderlie be n It that Jesus 'Chrlst el(empllly hair. shiny his on pomade With ca with the old . football bus anyway, . Safrie Torre5daJ en�rtaJned the fol. . "� �ald that he that hath 'seen us hath nce h m e u u � the FaU1er:':"xavter. ;;.,..� r : Kitchens with gas stoves, slnb, and � �en � ::_]�: :: �� porta.b � �: : � : �:n:!� ;e T)pewr1�r'$, 8uppUef- D at e � O ::��:fI: r;::� The principles which o.n Luther stood 'All Steel Plllns . Ice boxes. have been lnstalled In the ' Oil- Marie Fowler. Do.rothy Oela.marter, You'd think him weak effeminate. 50 gloriOUS)y dll�nl the refpnnatlo� School Boob, 8t;IPPIJea basement 01 the donnl.t.ory at North . . Evelyn MOMOn. Virginia Boen, and And �alldllnlY degenerate: are open t.o u.s all.-Pflueger kota State College. Fargo. for men who CO Helen Oarbell. a fonner student. , M Christians, we mU.'lt seek to con_ �oe...-8&a� Unless on some Noyember day ....ish . to do their own cookJng. a par�ln "Trela..- When winds are sharp and banners gay. irol the abuse of anythJng hannful to -J haa Hlgh�.r R. P. � Offioe " Phone Main 21170 901� Pac. AYe. a natural good. nt'y of the Wells" t.o be presented by . rather than t.o control It .a . You saw him. head down. hit �he line use.-TIngefetad . . tht' Radford PlayersJn Tacoma on Nov. Of scrlmma�e like a bl",t.lng mine. No matter where our talents pJat:e r---.....,,-----� 1'1. us. 'we should seek to live a ut.eful life Dr. Reinhardt, German consul 111 Be- 0-: t:ickle In a fOar of thunder for ·JesU.'l Chrlst.-SChmldt. attle. will address the studenta' on Nov. And rip a human wall asunder. . Brookdale A true faith that Is attached t.o the &.,ttw ....... 0.; s..cWoliy . 21. Or aching With electriC pain Immortal , and dtvtne will overcome all m TKo .. . W.sh. 403 I ' th Norman Jensen vtslted hII5 bome In or fracture never once complain. thlnga.-Renhardt. when he �Jii;dy like and debonair . . . . ? .. SIlYerton. Oregon last....Frlday r Things that are old are not always ",'ent down to � the COlumbia game. Say that of him? You wouldn't dare. "Evei-yt... :"' � :or are all new thJnp eviJ.B. M. ""' w " ,,;"" Audrey Ann Dale. who enrolled at -Corwges"' fu � wf;I� .", '� you�e ,.w. ,.. --: . Ona '-" I'"' : e f W:k�� . There' Is room at the top tor any man :v :�i����:;.:to of yWt. �a{nt ::; . al1 e Dartnr tb e �� �t ;����g� V or woman to five his life for Chrlst's 21 Oar .t b Jape Phlylollif fo.the nelrhborhood Se.tt " W"h. service -Pflueger � � '� � � LEHMANN' PHOTO�FINisHINC � = � ::: � � � spacious Lawn 11 as devoid of ,tudent. = = = = = � = = ' . STUDIOS �. ; Unless It Is In harmony wlj.h all of as Ral Vota....,. car is of ruoUne. and e no soluUon Scriptur 01 national the Bupboo t.a.ke. the Alblcclomt lems can st,and -nngelatad highest quality fliul rtrls and "beaUnl"," The boys ' ... . \.., always uniform .. Jonl, spot to whlle away \be mba-

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,.. a;o Nehl Miltfor.. RFour of Six.Irishmen; Touch- fI:!II .y Milton N"Yi, team � .. e City . �� WiII"rd, S'hutter Smith St,nd Out for Luth.rAn. Waterloorealof AI I .Am�rican. who 'has bee�' th� ::e ::: than one good team 'this season. ran wild again

,r.ck. a U the QI.ata.t.on pia,· Btl11nctWn Har,. t� by a d�Uft � .• mal Frtciay �wnoon u� there: Helth- .vtaJUng ElIe'l,lburr N� eleyen de· ·done much thi& ,ear � .f� cO.ch 0b0n" PacinG lAlt.hetan er at l:be· UnooIn O�to:n. far � vict.ortes . . but ..... '"nd . el op nenta I po A. �:n: � r Nehl of Columbia: : :hd � : !;':� more The Lutherans have .won but. oDe Lutherans rave a rood account'of themLcd by Merl N�hl. the COlumbia boy Mil lame this aeuo� whllJ! Belllne� St-lves ap1na� thdr heavier. more' u'" Irlahmen adml�t.ered a aanlinl' dejust .foot· 11 without a�nt&Ct they'Ve ta.l.led perieneed �pooents. : ' Ceat Ul a flihtini Pacific LUtheBn tam I� Ul . IICOre 'at all. In thetr f\nt Pme. �vMtaUnr '� thro�h the alr' lut Saturday at Vauchn Park 1Q: the !?eau· Cheney Normal took them 33.0. Cheney and & decided lidvant&l'e p.1Ded � Rose City. Nehl'a. ball pac� wu h� the beet normal team in the . •t.a:te punts were the deddlnc fac� .whlcb sensational and he just �uldn't be • thb year, The UnlveBlty froah were n:sl!lted In Vlctot'J':ror the teaChen. s �ppcd. The Irtah defcnae was alIIo Ellensbul'l' . lICOI'fd In the � ftn'; and their. �xt. opponent, Uddna them. 22-0: \'�ry ettecUve In 'atoppln8' the LUtheBn • • snapping. out of It. th�y ' held the COl. �rd periOds. After p.J.ntnc (orty . •• ·a. attack most of the time. y'!lords Q.n 1M eJ;chanP of punta in the boys iClle of Pultt sOund(to a 4-0 Nehl w... the " A" and the "0" ot or ·play. the � their ·next pme. LMt Saturday they first. flvrthe Irtah and produced the apark and' 'gave 8t. Martins a real b&t.Ue, but lost. completed· the flnt aertal attempt of .nd Cerlits� on bre:w. 13-0. By. these 5COt'eS one .the ga;:ne for punch necea.sary for vlcUlry. Ftve .the Ol..adiator teD yard after the operon, kickoff this ij: can See that �lllnrham 11 no push_ Une. M.ereer .� throUlih the line for !h. marvelous and brilllant bact. had over and �e & team ·In :abOut. the same on the I1;ext play. Convenkln wu good. clua as the OIad1atora. ....;,.. "ncI scored t...o touchdowns. With the ball . the same period. the Luther'anl �. proe 15 � able . To .in .that fin • on hIa own 3O-yard marker, Nehl cut • Co&c.h Olaor/and the Gladiator alm05t evened the count wben MBUl" off left tackle evadin, tackle after tacaim . ,kle. broke Into the open. and went over '3Quad, and they are roinc up there to O'COhDor, Oladiator. halb&.c.t!: rtoa:i-w:'ed e. and keep those Normal men dOwn and come ·a punt �n hla own 45 yard. Jn for. the acort'. minutes later he behind perfect In�rfert!nce �i'aoed M out �n Ulp pI the heaP. rf'Celved .. LuthCJ&lt punt. on h.1a own ya� Into scorin,· tu.rl; The try for 43. . 119 � to the"rfeht. then rt!versed his !C? 85 point went wl.de makl�e the aeore 1-e flel'*.: and �ed again. 1 . 1 2. ' In 17'-. �n Cavor of the. vtaltOl'll �hanges ' In h I nd period. with the ball touC�dOwn Jaunt pye the . . e on t� \:heran 19 yard stripe th t rrted t Statl tI ,-orrfldence. and they batUed Thom faded back and hea�ed a U: lve��ty ave:'; dents :t even with their op nenta In po beautiful � Ul .Nehl. Who caught It better ' grades than those unattached. e RCOnd period. on the three And scampered &CI'OM the . . Any atudent UPreMlpg a ChrtsUan . on �:�:�MI�o��=e ' line wunoleated. _ . . belief Is barred from the coIle'� �f th _ . A few plays later when Bill MCCarRuaala. . .. worked the ball :ow r � Oladia . thry. an91her fast boy. In�pted a Harvard men .·ho desire employment I -yard line. Here the teacheR ran Lutheran pUS on· their 25 and dashed •• ,� 11:1" art! enrolled on a social regf.ter whoee the proverbial atone wall. the Oladia­ � through a broken fI ld to the eight. � •• business It II to fumWl m� escorts tors' .defense U,htenlng to atop t.wo iine Nehl ' made seven and, Jumpln, Joe for d b plunges wlthout �. The Lutheran.' . " � " parties. ' • Ro ; In. a aurvey � Collere, New hopes faded when. a pia,. later . a but and �!;VI:;� n:;! t.. ;;:' Y lt was found .that of the 550 the v1a1to� completed • 3O-yard pus . before th� half. Joe MorT1.son. ve...... . , A.... � _ . . I� co-e<1a. only one intends to rOC' a touchdown. end, raced 11 yards throu,h & brokeri has The . ..&hich r:raduaUon. The othen -The fourth canto · 51.'11 both te&mI . field to a touchdown on an around·end Portland. are to wort. fUUnr the air With puaea. The Luth' t time in ten yean. atu� .era,na comple�' ae� � Uea!Ptl the lirs a atan off the second half with the dents \at Smith· COll•• a.ccon:Unc .to a (Of' sub!t.anUar p.1na, but. the run ball on 'the Irish sounded end q the came. 4S yard line, Th�M COIfers, • • QueatiGnna1re showed' a ma.)ority \'faded .back and apJn heaved one of · favo� �\�nt.erln' the t.cachln g prOfes. . Per the GlAcuaton. WUlard. John­ . _those pretty pa.s.ses to �hl. who caught ion and werethe outat&ndl.nr UneSioz:l. It:n the 30 and rambled O\'er for anMen outnumber the women In the m�n. whUe Smith, Bhlllt.er and O'COnO r nor were th'e ahinJnr Urhta in the bactcooklnr claaaes . at Mlchlpn Sta·te. . ! I� , . all of ' Every male &eruor at the Uruvenlty tle�d. Me�r. Hakola and. K1mt».11 Goff, the fo rth ur wi h ' o t of California muat underro two weeb stood out on the Ellensburg llneup. LUthe� :�:;ed .th: o: �:: tra1n1ne: one week In the Th Oladla - pu up a PATRONIZE line and one In the backfield. �?t givet.up once. atAun�h �tt�e. and dldn MOORING: MAS'!" Edlto�ala have been abollahed the As ADVEBTl8D8 Ashland COlle(l;e P.Aper because, of the · The Irish gained 13 first. downs to Colfers N9w , beUef U\at the ed1tbr'a ldeu are no bet.Stude"tlt....o . for the LutheTan5. .re welcome .to ter than-those of 'the atudent bOdy and come i" while w.itir,C fOf' iI 'Willard. Shuster. and smith a� that they do not repreaent the policy SlrHI C.r . out for the Lutherans altho�gh the TWenty.el,ht. divot diggers are of the paper.. , W.tch wiMow fot: w..klj specUi" �hole SClua" put 'Up 'Il spirited flcht. awlnging thfoir Expert Perm."ent W.vinl over the Parkland Chinese atudents pay a yearly tuiH.,; '--'. Palttt. Drwp, CArba4 ' 'utt..,", . For the Irish, Nehl At.ood out. and coune thI5 . week in.. the e1.lm.lnaUoo Uoo fee of "'.00 in rovemment unlvertt.Nw.,... SIt.. . Thoma.s, Roholt, Mon15on, and Mc· Ulurnament which ls conducted each alUe.. BROOKOA!-f Carthy also looked rood· g year for the purpo&e of selectin .the The UniverSity of Texas hal receoUy Summary : received a first ed1Uon of the authorized. Oladlator golf team. Cohlmbia P. L £' With the return of the enUre lut. tranalaUon or the Blble. Jam1llarly FOR EVERY PURPOSE . .... kol Levinson( ---.. . . .LER . t.ran&IAUoo. ,knoWn as the' Ktn.. year's SQuad and a wealth of Pla CronqU1at ..... ... .LTR.. ... ....,Brenonan inr new material, lhl-s year'a prospects printed n ·e·l . Becuae al PAINT, HARDWARE Sill. Exclusl.... 1nf1� -SChlerma.n.n .... "LOR ........ ......_. ".�Carr are for a �-shatterln' I ...... ......tI has come Ul be �ed "the inat.eat In GENERAL BURDING SUPPLIES ..._..C_ .. .. . . '912 �K. A.... .-TecorN J-n the matches played thus f.,.. Bud the . �Id.H . terson .. . .. ......ROL. ....�rt.y Leh Pe over Lloyd 'IbomJ)- The department of bac�olOtrY of mann hal Sv1nth ............ ...:R : n . .. ....... ..LeinWeber ao , ....... n and Paul Preus over � Mc- Akro� .Unlveralty pajd atudelita 'Uoo r...REL..... ..........Jlan1aon fo ;W:1Uard. Cormick. ' Other palrinp are � � r 'blood tranatuaJOnll laat �. . Shuster .......Q.... . ...... :....ManIoo TrulaO <¥ttyab\U'l Collqe in �nnsylva.nl... n va Q. A.. 'nnplatad, Phone OArland 38ll-J-& �rl1tz .:.. ... ... ...RHL... :....;...............Ne� Dahl Vl ye. E. T1naelsta.d.� � �- atarUng Ita 102nd term th1a yeAf.. ls B n . o o th p e = �: . . In . oam "' ' ' ' :;: : �.= = :;: .. .. :;: "' :;: :=�'��n� : ��:::c � � �:: , Q . � Paul XaVier. VI F'ran.It Elllot.. Paul :;: :;: = :::: � Columbia . . ......14. 18 e G--3I Hlrhby va B)'t'. WeatUna va . P. L. C. . ............... 0 0 0 0- 0 Willie Jack. Lloyd Kretch VI "Peanuts". Q- um- '"" ,MIr.... $6.79 Scorlng: cOlum�la - Touchslowns. Lai-son, Ted. CroilQuiat VI LlId.� Llr­ Nehl �. 'Roholt, Morr1aon ; try tor point.. ao J. U. Xavier VI Bye. n. Herb Nor. COrcoran 2. P. 1... C.-None. l lC)7 .ROADWAY pard VI Bye, Bot, . Svare VI J.l1Iton N� ·YIC.Ir. J. � va Norman Jensen. =tu�':: ���:;=e. M lb Sanderson. Archbold. B. KUun. K. .

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eads of'the committees a cora- wil make its first pub c appearan� of be,.. -l U . Paul Preu.s; entertftlnment, Kath. est and Normal Department tlon, es this seMOn Decembu 10 In Beattie. The Moortnt ryn Johnson menu and waitress come oat . : · frt!Shmen ·wil l . gather next Saturday M8.!)' Nash; ' a.dvertlsing and tickets: ���I�:�l ��e������ �h6 ��a:: tI�e on D�ember &be se:�,,:�=an;�� :�I :em::\: v . te evening In the rtCreation � tor ��Marie Powler. and clean-up, Bert son. pastor. � the l1ere.l �aaI�m , L'1 the Bethany Luth- �-= :f�:;:J: ���u� or �Iil ' be hel� I and Y var� ') their first party. P1ar,s for the arfalr, ' Friday evening at 8 � 0 clock:. Much eran Church, Rev. C. J. Bloomqul.!lt, . . lety Is promised �. the program, with which \1.111 be informal and begin at 8 pastor. p �'elock, a� as yet Incomplete. Ber· These' two conceru are to _� given 42 Grads Attend :�ne:�� . . � :� as an Introcluction 'to the campaign . u.n�dr=N�=a:J�:� .. to ' . gllot Vogan, president of the cla.ss,an- Students Hear 3 = � :!o �= :;�:' nounces that there "art' more than s Party Outside Speakers f1L1se funds for eP-!-,.C., whlech will be FirstClas '-n :'?t :em�� Butsch; aP saXop!,1one quartet ot �y seventy studenl4 in the grou . all of : : : :� ee� �: � : :t in of Iil the fo� ' of a cabaret., melpbers P Hudson, Nonnan·Jen· HlnderUe. ers have Ja.ck nding s outst . whom are nvited to the party. Mn.. Three a pealr. ad· I bla Co i nce I t J t It', graduaUng CI�S h:�d their f''''t sen and Mr. Hunter; and vocal /JII!lecthe stude�ts at the chapel ex· ;'�nted ou� : :, Kreidler �=s w�: � . ' dean of women. and Mr. Beck' dressed c y e Rason ln th ot recrea'lon Uons by a trio of Evelyn Monaon. Dor. w .e . pa t In supporting· P. adViser to the fruhmen, \1.111 attend. erctses , recently. Ye.s�rday. momlng. not ac:th'e� e'; last Saturday evening. More ' y lamarter and Boen. :i�:::ll:� �:r!.:o!=:w� t n 40edof the � members In anthe class othPorDeth·e&e. plays. RhVlrjlnla Qda Hoitenst.ad Comm1ttee.s announced by Miss Vogan H. O. Geise. an attom�y connected e spolr. In Seatur. n I consulate the th \l.1 are gene!"&1 ProPCrtf to be In c� of the affair are as the school Should carry on a program i!ow7:r Pn.!:�:::�i.:::n ci::� and Edpr .� Other co�lttee �en for the purpose of aroualng Interest g, ;" hOlusses and hOlts. welcom� managers. follows: DecoraUon-Bert Myhre the �Iace of Consul Reinhardt-. who :� Ele':qJ"'::=�h�:::: previowly a.�mounCed as �est In PL.O'. the chOir concerts being a mthtoM ,---/ �Ch.fJrman) , Marie Johnson. Mauryne ot rsts. who enjoyed an evening : :: , ,__ Christensen, John prtbelbls and John speaker. Mr. Oelse, receiltly returned step in that direction. Dr. TlngeLs¥ gam'b and proP-am· numbers. Kath- , EDge , - McDona-ld; rdreahment&--EUne Benson. from e'xtended v1sit to Germany, college ....m III� � short. talk In behalr of the ryn Johnson, president of the clasi, ,denon-cb.aln.---B.obut Mon.IoDJolm and Henry Olson are the program. (c.hairma.�), Gladys Swenland, Amy welcomed the guests. before. lames of Van Leuven ssed present day conditions In ' on each rty ----Ollbert. Arn� Strand and �Ull�m Ja.clr., discu "cootie" were enjoyed. Prizes to� the pro :ps. managers tor the various gro Oermany. He spoke particularly of the cna r c a b trouble there, ou�lIning the t ���s a:�reN. ��an Yw=:� � Oeo.rgl�nnSo McClure's rroup Is pre� p =�:����=: x::� :l� �� Jewish paring a hilarious comedy , "A Mad growth ot It since 1923'-24; and the re- Want Pho ogra hs ,A short �us. nd Eug e B' e,. ) In' vitaui cent program was :presented, with Breakfast." governHil the cast Mada"e erite of the attempt i ' �� ( . � _ . e t Iont;-:nld Hu....n ... c.....rma.n . Ru A1vene Schlerman� anno�nclng �l! Harmon, EllenInBergstro nl.' Mary to solve It. Margaret Wesaon, Froyen. · Kenn -!ohruon: and Arnold ment p t was whlc ot flnt the numbe a Eula aen, Nash, A rr fi So rs.. to ub. l, IntroB .of Virginia esd Cl To German Bafrie the presldenl , Anderson; clean-up-Eldon Anderson duced the aker. dance by Pri.sClIla P.re¥B and Barbara May' Goff, Robert Monson, F'rarik El. n M n tu rm v At noon S;:sterday. the German Club an� :t �o�:::: O�::t ':�: = : ���ce: ;::o J:::�::=a::n� Uot: Lloyd �t¢, and Edpr Lar8on. �;:��)He:� NO=:an�a:�� honored Mr. Oelse at a luncheop In 11 for unusual 'snapshots of .s:tudent and by Bob and C arence Monson and Nor-' ''The Mystery 01 the. TapPl;nl" Key." ton. Nesvir. l Me�rs of the s the chapel acUvltles, It was announced to. man Jensen a trombone' selecUgn ',was will be presented by Eve� Irwtn' .clubbasement. n. � ahd other out.alders were -faculty French ay by Hazel Monsen. editor ot the played by �Ir. ElItot, a;d Melba Ross group. The'varlous role. have bee d Croups Present' P. L, C, also welcomed to. t6e affalr, for which Mooring' Mast. Ikan Hauge. slgn.� to WUlla� Rasmussen, Thelma numbers. p plano �nted Day Programs ; Will Clye a charge of IS-cents made, This offer is being ma.; 'by - the advlser -ot the class. also aPoke� -Arter n.nlel&, Arnold My�nr.. MIlton K:"�, . Another. Next Sunday Rev . Adolph Fjeldslr.ard of Albany, Mooring Mast and by CoUegtaU Digest the program and games, ref�ment.s �=an�':I��-=e Pe�=,. :n , DI,. was at .school Monday, and spoke to fOlter student photography. and to were served, ca.rrytn. g o.ut a cabaret -- ..... oammel and H,elen BenllOO , Representlng the school in �tUe to Utf1tudenta In chapel of paN of give all students the opportunity of ItyJe. churches, two groups have given pro- his world tours. He 15 the most-travel· competlng for publlcation . honors in Pa.eulty ';emben present welt! Mrs. An excerpt-.from "Blig Marner," the .grams. Friday, Nov. 10, .they were In ed minister In thr Norwertan Lutheran the magazine rotogravure aect1 n that Kreidler, MLsa Powler, . and, 'Dean dra.ma "The'Coming of WUlI m. Dane," 0 Is being praet1sed by N?rman&West�'s Rev. Benpton's charge and last Bun- Church of America. and has , had in- Is distributed weelr.ly. Haua-e. Mrs. Haui'e wae Invited but grou�. � In th1I drama � _ day nI. Im�uel Lutheran. Rev. H. A. tert!Sung ' experiences. Borne of the. All photos should be Rnt to the Edl- ,wu a tend unable to t . t w�, �Yd Stub's charge. thlng5 n�ted In chapel by Rev.. tor. Collegiate Digest. -J4adbOn, WIs- The comm1tt.eea· who planned the a.f- �uea:er, . Roll, � t '.TOPS,. �t.ad, to that of his visit Pjeldskard W Prorratn at Rev Benll\oOn l L'l The . consln, or should be sent directly to tair Included: Decol'Jltlon-Clarl!I1ce e Btrand. and Alnes �­ Arn church cona1sted of the main speech by.' east, and ot hl5 v1slta to the Holy l£nd. this newspaper. All photos that. are .Monson (chairman) , Do�y Del&m.ai. Craft, Dr. O. A. ' �elst.ad, voc.aJ 10101 by One of the hlghUghta. cited by Rev. Rlected for publication will be paid for er, Marvin HaMen, Be;v Bh�. Eve� ne� 10101 by Rhoda Fjerl�1r.ard was that of hla visit to at the ra� of " I each, with n. o llmlta- lyo MOl1S9n and Mur1e1'MCCull�h';'re- . '. " Arnold Anderson, plano f th l umbe e ted SO :::: ::: �::�:a: ::=::. Pjeldakard ��� :: on�nIt�:n� r" . �P Zues!m���:�n:�r.e;oru:� S�II -Sf."- WII� -._ �••t� :!t = ::::s gAve So lecture 'on h1s obsUvaUons In Pflueger and John Btue1'i; entertain· Every Monday Noon; .son. At Immanuel Lu mn, E. 'I1ngel- RUMIa. where he has lpent the Put Econor�'tic Confe,.nc� ment-Alvene Bch1ermann (cha...lrman) . Snapthoh.Are Req u••tecl . . · Huel Monsen, Pearl Homme, V1rIInIa of the college. year ot his ute. The same lecture wU stad presented the Will ' Be at U. Durinl. Byers, Norman ' WesUlng and R;onald The SAp; naft havtna: �n choeen. Rboda Holr.enatad ve ptano numbefll. given lut. eventng In the Plrst Nor-' , Ronald Martin two sonp. and wej1an Lutheran Chureh In Taooma. ..ivi.nI Week� End Man1n; . cleanup - Norman Jensen plans for,thi" year's annual are berInThank (chairma:n·). Rolt Preus. Harol� Trul� ntna: Ma.rgaret Weas:or;lo ve a ludln... Rev. selmer A. Beri-e, president of to tate a definite form. � The purpose of. these prOgriun.s 1$ to the Natiooal Young Peoples' Lu The N.�We.st · Students' Intema- IOn. BUI R&amusaen and (korge Jans·· Wesson. editor". of t.bia ,.eat'a � create Interest in the CoJJece 'and aid Le&rue, spoke' here one �eek tIonal ReJa.tj� Cont�nce wt11 be held Rn, prinn1aes new &Del or1&1Jl&l. ,lnnov&Uon& in ra.isI.nI' "tbe quotu of these yarious .day. In. connect1on with his vtalt, at the Unlversity of WubIn,um dunn. 'I1:Ie ·freshmen who served the re- In the � boot. Altboulh it 'iI too ch� to the ICbool In both cuea members of the Clrcult and 'DiatriCt the 'tbanbclvtnc V3CIlUon. 'Prlday and freahme:nts were Kar'ie "WranI", Ann early to ·stAn W"OI"k on tb1a ,..i actJ"I . John.,ri, Ida 'nlODlPI9D Bert_ JoI1"hn, Us,'much procreaI' 1a beinI made on a the Procr&ml have been received In Lea.rue Bo&rdi met here tb&;.AaY. Batday. December:. 1 and. 2. ..; . IOod .tead and � ICbool 1a � . ... TIlls pa.rt.lcular· e.onterni:e wIll .� Roland BtplUllOD and Eldon Anderaon. oomp1eted. record of IMt tur. IIkII tot . . much support a resulL enpa"'4" aDd pdnUDc .... to. be oaUed Jarrely with the vartoua economic p� . • ' tio to � ".. . . . . \.f�r eoon. . Nen BUnda,. �r fP'OUP ;W' 10 . "trod IP"UJl& now � attempted ·in tb1a L. D. R. Plan. Christmas to the PInt Norweatan Lutber&n, c.... 5c� country and thro\llhOUt the' wodeL The ataU wW meet erirr7 MOr.daJ: In . Ra.mltad·. Dec .t 5 Party -�\ Church In �" Rn, II. L. NenJ.c'. crtUea1 analysis will be made of the . , . the Sap oU1ce� �.u.e f1l?t mieieUDr cb;&rP. Dr. O. A. 'l"lDp1Stad wW ..-. 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Leuven haa a new pajr, of al- ool anklets: tells us a ,= ered t,be p, W e : �a: ;::: �:: �� �e=7 n k n . t!!��e� ; :��:�: he �: oc l , That IIOnny boy didn't need; any theme paper lit the philosophy test: en or n that That the "Parade of the W:ooden Sol­ e "Oh. that' . Is getUna' to be the bane of the at. dien" S can k don't th ,you for- Pundamentals class : ' f o T hat.lIOme pupils (especlally 'tbe lab) Ron�5S: "That.'s the very pop� durlna test Ume;' Thurs- That no ;�; body wanted a stralaht A card. bloesomed out a anyway, 'day, l ftmlnded �rw�:�!:'!oo� r'�;;::::::;;::;;::::::::::::::::: =r hi:-::- :�� the 8R�KD�LE He's' ccmpany With Little BARBER SHOP Brooltdaie your tuxedo The ' ton ? you malte &Omeone alonr and m k s worse." "Sure, you'll him Printers chUdnn too IIkk to ha�e � .:... l

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At any rate the periJoua Ume is now the profeMo�a secretary carrlee more_ for • period ot �n minutS and lalincl,Unl out'-to new' over: T8chera' h�ve lettled back for were levied fOr late.�t.uria, than the.... lwdof them combined. knowl�re 80 tJ.tat our �� another nine week,a' rest unUI stmester world ml,ht be .Inereased.� exams COl1le around, when · they muSt Wuhington University co-eds havt! . ' �t more Pa.pers. . Mr. Hans Ia In:� ann,'er to a m.Jden·s prayer, 'or II. speelal �tlon for :'�helor rtrla" An announcement on a bulletin n l an �::'� Th.:i ,:.� :: ,"�ru'm.n 1 00<1" tI . ' . aI.,.aemeeter end-hOft..onl )" � he' of hls attenUon, so he is a very popu, The Unlvenllty of Washington te atvTbe IPUl.f;r .t.be trl.ala . aDI;l trtbUia- baa d.� bow- pupUS ' reic'� to lar YOUili man, too. Last year he was Ing a course In "bluffing", It Is givep t ro h h gl and the E f ��e�ln� �! p=���.�:nurr::� paM, :'��e� : ;:.t: :r . ":1 ri � ����h:� p�;:O �� they dl�, .With �hat nAnd) · year he one of the group leaden in WO!k tte la �1ng. The natural man Is d,ead to the blessthe Drama Club. He also holds mem_ Fifty-four miles of tape were used Ings of II. ChrlaUah .lIte, becau.se he One: ooy_ auer'ted that' testll WN"e an benhlp In · th� �rman Club and the to bind up the football playen at � Students at the Unlverslt,y o� ��Ive the' spiritual value!! at.roeiW, ....' e aild ' cruel In every Lettennen s Club, having won two let- University of California during th� J"",", Ington buy· m�n"e than 40,000 thereln.-Pf'Juelrer. sense of the words. Althouah we are . ' at" which he Is qUite pnr- $tason, . ters In golf .. and 'J•.500. candy ban mOnthly. too .lltetal to 't&II: e It .all. we see b1s' ' _ , . -_ , flelent. He gradua�m the Llbe"ral _ One weakne511 'of the ' human t1I.Ce point ·alt\aht. One rtrl remarked · that Arta dl��n last year;�t �bmed At Smith Collea:e every student must A Denison ,University Is to shirk ruponalblUty, to be I.eft In lu.5penlllon about o�e'a thla year to �e up a �onhAJ course, pa.s3 a ftnt rate test. reads: "The atUdent may be carry the burdena.-Ramatad. grade Is ten1ble. U:a all ,the same, bu� . Oh, yes. juat -because. h8\1 ypember __ only If absence by long conUnued. __ she protlably meant luspenae. \.Oram, ot the choir,. he thinks He!can sl.ng: Exactly thirty-nine freshmen at the neM or _death." our educaUon can become an 1 mar, you tnow. �e 'from w� quite ",hUe his crooning, we believe, v.1.I.l Unh'erslty or Florida- were proml5ed' of ,spiritual life' and t.hinp, no.n<:h�t. aasertlni: that -tests d�'t won depopU!ate the dorm.. All fn aU: the freshman eia.ss presidency during e<1ueaUon of death.-Pfluepr. phase them .at all: We')l bet a nickel. he's not such a bad egg and Is well the a;o:tlve campaigning of rush �eek. Just the same, that they wtte Just .... · l1k� by all of us, felt that the only thing that glad as: the rest ot uS at having paaaed and at Ume Indlea� by' bring �ace to the human' race Lhrough lut week allve. Efforts are being made at the Unlof the knowiedge from God that their Our nervousnesa 01 last · week was Mr.-H u nter Ten, French Clu b versity of Colorado towarde deanobblng A co-ed at the University r al� were forll1ven.-R.am.stad. ., however, to the exelt.ement to- . About Wor.ld W�r E.xpe�i.ncn ��: :�:ew�v_ �v�r: l:: ���� :h': s=i� a noon'. when we get our rePGJ"i e a ��� ';n ��r: t.hilt wUl be as nothing llIwtrating his talk with pictures the hands of everyone he m·eets. Sa to Waat\ Diahes," 'wh"ile C.olumbla ul. f 'lenity went one step farther �w'l �m"" . . � success been haa It far his Battalion's official record · from .. 'gran� a Ph.D. to the author of a h n book. Mr. Hunter tolC! the Frepch Club ::�; I �": l " """ ' 0 .:�T of h18 experience3 In France during the Students at Amherst COllege. bet on manu�ript. an "The DuUes of a Be':lool c.es of "� World War at the regular meeting held the number of hymn to be called for Janitor." . last FrIday noon. Next meeUng he will In the college' chapel. -eontioue his tall.:. w:IUng of Joan d' University of Missouri I!Itu�ent.s may privilege of uslng lipstick at ConnectlArc's home which , he VIsited. " craah" COlumbia theatres t.hIft times cut COllege. EUge e B =- this fall during �e footba.1I �, . numbe� y pant according to a deel.s1on of the Student Marquette UniversIty's football team lela. . Council and the theatre manaaer. This baa the fastest water ooy In the world you must be faithful in t::::::=::. may be done Saturday nights following serving It. He la Prank Metcalt, the to get a rruter task to d.,--R<,nlU<dt'l.ft Olympic track star. a ViCtory. � PropoSl;-;-solu.t1on n m e e a he Portable Typewrlten, BUppHee­ �-:� :::;::b:: U:::;��: �h�� of �:�a �C; p�g :l�:: onu:: �: in7:{��s�:':��������� k .All Bteel P'tlJna EquipmentThOin sgiving Flowers the co-eds have become wra.pped ue... � n riculum In · hls jjpeech .e11nic as'the part S 8ehqol BooU, Buppllel �: 2: 1 ': ""' :': th = ": "':: : "� : t:= MA: ;n: 32 : 6: 6:;1 a crocheting vogue and really expect ot a program to cure stuttering. I. F, VI SE L to wear ';home-spun." . �"UoDen !,iI. Prof. Stoeppelworth at ....... Fandt... ·Phone J4&l11' 2870. DOOlAi PK, A..e.

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:;!I���hc:! .:�� Students and faculty me�bers,' please get ' out a"';d get your golf mafches played. · Several have compl.eted �s, but ther� are ,r still several who have not done so. Get thiS done as soon as possible ! . ' Score by quarten S. . S. . . P. L. C. .., . . 0 0 0 G- 0 �tn.;: ·��:t'28 Belll gham .. . 0 0 14 �' Din ulaba ,iris .1.1 h h -Scoring: Bellingham tea ln ( for .poInts., , :a�I �;�: ���:'N���. lief home In Ban Francisco. S. S. Preliminary games are now being Substitutions.: P. L. C.-Willard. Le\'For the benefit of the poor little klds who like to play basket- \ played and a num� or strong players Inscn, Hansen. Oerlltz. Moe. Peterson : ball. but wouldn't stand much of a chance on the main squad, Q--re �o la attending .the !:;ta\'e shown UP. proving that there wUl Be a ���� ������'��:; :�r;:: :�_ "Swede" Willard and Bob Levinson are organizing a midget team: University of WMhlngton. Mr. iAne. be a number of uciUng gatnts. 'All a gh school anc own playing various h They : � will have a season of their , i who Is majoring In history, was IM� stude�ts, faculty me';!lb!ers and their I l m h d l n n J , .= ,:;" _ P;:: ":; :; : ' 1:; :; :; ,.= 1 :; :; ,,:; :; . :; = independent teams. All boys interested in this venture are urged to year a student at Luther Colleit' In friends Invited to attend the gamts. ", :; � 1 turn out I!' according to Mias OoU. Decorah. Iowa.

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SOPIII .o\ RAE '-0\\,LER . .

.

-

Edgar Larson Leads 31 on· Honor Roll . members' decision.

worked as �!ltT1lr at the

n

lain " 8'1\:OOe" Willard,

HIli\vlk of

,, '', Ch ' n M '' , "'�.n

Se&.tt.lr.

Clarence

·

l

l

1

l

XII\1er

a�d

J

Mrs.

Ed"'ards, BC-

Miss F'o,,· er wa.s aCllve.

4

lI

In the high �hool

nor

A.�per eamro

all

with

outside

�� r:: :. :;��r:;

.

A·s:

her C h oir Will Appear in Cha .I Sunda Eveni ft-

��:. a:�tu � sh� :.� :: =

be no nngclstad and Dean Hauge this year P� to A la� crowd of. studenta and Paid tributes to ,the deoeued, ClanOce Is alwars at hand. for the Lemmlna Dead' & tribute on behalf of . of the choir and the A.saodated St.udents. and the Pac- concert Is certain for Sun�ay Ulty Z.dlcS· Quaortet. S&nC "Gotnr CTO""d . Home:" lat of . ben b lh c.h 1r abort Cer...... DiK..... .SChiller T. .... . 0' ,· . ,,� the meetmr of the German club and � a :week ' aco yesterday. members J. O. Edtral'ds. Cuftet.or of the 'continued their study dJIcuaaiim of 'I'h1s c::OnOl!:rt will not be the the German � and m-,mat1at, Jo- publ1c appearance of the choir, bowbaime Von Scb1Uer. ltathryn Jobnaon ewr, 'U 'tbey &ani" three Umes in Bepcb _ OIl b1s ure and·Wl1l1&m PflUIeIU .at�iut·&mdaj. In the � OIl it, addlna" c.ommeat&. 81'- a!temoon, the aroup Sana: at t her,QethYIn J)ammel read and trvWaW b1s aeaw:e Luthuan Churcb, �V.' C. poem MOle Hortn una." The aiouP jotn- Swanson. pastor, and lJi the 'ed tn.1bic1na "O! 'J'a.uDeu�" "0 du at the Bethany Lutheran, Rev. Bloom�cbe," and "SWle ·Nacbt." . qulst. pastor. .t;

and·

·

VI!jl:lnla

'Boen.

Evi!lyn

Lfl.ngnesa,

Mahncke . Alice, Nolan.

Dille

It

FridA}"

IlOS.'�lbll', . 10 night

10

go to Btv Shu8ter. Bob Levinson. Alvene . confl'r 6chll'rm""M\n. Sheldon " Dutch" Moe.

church otrlclals concernl'"18 l>res- Frank "Swede·' WiIlllr4. Harold Votaw. Gene Jaci ¥arvln Ha.n.sen

1:�� =':I� �� 0' .:"_.0 ...:.! �Uan, �"ia:o = �0IlI

� and

composed of

Mrs; P. E.

the

· body wi th a pr�ram. Thuri;_

day . Nov('mber

23.

lind Clar-

PRul Preus. eommllllllon-

v

Jm Pflut�r: football manager, .",'1II also recei e IWe-atel'll . The gridmen who wUl b:e · a.ward�

vl

A�

the main event of the prog�m

"Rv.'t'de" Willard spoke on mountain ; cllmbh., "Swede" ha.!I climbed many mountain Peaks and at one Ume won

.

Jd

Har�

"Buck)'''

nor, O'Con .

. Kathryn Johnson. IItt. And Blgnld Bandy.

president of the class. annoWlced the

ConBTeMlonal medal for rt'aculne a

man i'rom a elacler at Mount

.

Rainier.

c

The committees

lude :

DecoraUon,

for

EI�r. '

Oer-

the banquet: InPa� Preus (c�-

Ben$On,

YllI_. man). EnId Hut80n. EUne lIam Zler, Arnold Anderaon altd �J'g'Ianna McClurt;: promotion and Ucketk, Jean-Marie

dred

Post.

FOWler

�o,nson.

(C�mu.n),

U11-

Norman �ensen, Plorentf;

Oscar ."nderson� and, V�a

Bchm� �ce

Other· pfOII'8.m numbers were 'On,. Mahncke; cl�-UP, Bert Myhre (c.halt;0.- n , Arne S�d , Marie b)' Ronald Martin and trombone IOloB ma ) Ellasen. William Pflueger, by 'Prank Ell1ott. accompanied by Irene teo Shafland.

Hauge,

0; Olson , Mn. A. W. Ram!�d, and J. U. Xavier. Claren e Lemming

c

MOlUlon.

e r of Athle�Ie.s. And

le�tel"ll Are Bill MRCkle, Ted CrQnqullt. . Instead of the wual chapel . speaker Ed S nlh. Vernon Peterson. DOn Piper. . · gH.duatlng clA.M entertained the Kenn Johnson. Wlnston· ..Tuffy . Smith.

radio �taUon KVI In broadcast .....111 be the fin;t P.L.C. stu dent.'! to be released

enee

Crad Class Enter)ains S'tudents in Program

new �tudlOll of KVI In the

speak, .Dr.

Club

llO

Williams M �1I1 !letVl' are

Quait'. Alice Roe, Anna Rontss, Ula ministers of the Pacific Dis- Rudd, ·Junet Runbeck. 8htttey Savsae, for congrrgnUOIlII! cO trlbul OIl Mll ry NfUlh. Do'rothy Delllmarter! Alice

condIUon.'1 of the college.

.

aJi'!O. In In_ tcr. Ellu.beth Dab!. VIrginia IlIg� The Pug1!1 Sound \.he �1I('ge. hutng bfi>n Hlnderlle. Norma Prt'us and compony hA"ing only Monday treasurer of the Soro�t1mlst club ot Schlanbusch had no grade below B : the ne". studios. Formerly, Tacoma during this year. She wa.s t,o and Paul LarllOn and John Stuen re. KVI rGgralnS were releaSed fro.m. . have,had a part In the Cantata. "Ruth:· ct'h'ed B a"erages. Taco a Hotel. sung by the cho1r�of the Tt1nlty Luth. ' . As announced by J. D., Edwards. eran. ' Church the e"crung alter charge of the broadcast. the funeral. Rel'. T. O. Svare. the college "'111 Include numbeR by the pas� r. fltUngly dedicated th� pre.sen.p __ Y I!I' ...h.es· quartet. II plano selecUon n h r la ' Mr. Ed ...·ards. a reading. by Mrs. Next Sunday' evenlnr �e ,choir . services for M.l&s . wards. a ...� &electiOn by Arnold give lUi -" n�al Chr1!Lmas concert. F'owler were held at the college chapel , derson.· and a plano 1019 by, affalr III always looked fo",'ard T 0 S rc Piercy, The. faculty WiveS' suoh a tine pfOll'8.m is c on he (erest.s

l L l!

Paul Pr<'us out Immediately

MlnnelillOlis

A

J. O.

ngent

�,��

and

O :�� :::,N::a1J:�� head WaittI'M. Those who

Virginia this committee In Sellttie Irwin. LouiS\' Jack n , Agnes

MondR),. the groull decided to ,send Held

Or. Tingelstad,

to the college had been. Music my GIJbt'rt. 2 . 1 1 : ",·as furnished by J. O. Edwards and 2 1 1 : E\'elyn Eklund. 2.06: the fac�lIy ladles' quanet. II/hlch In_ 2.06: RlltJl Cl\r15On. eludes Mrs. P. �' Hauge. Mr-<. C. O. Johnron, 2.00: Joanna . Olson. Mn. A. \\. Rarmtad. Mrs. J. U. John VAn LeU\�n, '2.00. companist.

aplXllnlro to

by •

. to I-ht' colll'ge befort' Dec. J l . to hell) Peterson and Ella JohnllOn. pay .off the church loan of $10,000 due GraduaUng lettermen and t""o-year in Jmiunry. The commlttt'e also askf.d lettermen who 90'111 receh'e sweaten are

F'owll'r had meant ·on. 2.27: E:lld to school circlt's. and of how great htr O·Brion. 2.13: Thl'lma

sen'lce5

WIU

Mon - oon""

mon on lhl' text. John 1 4 : 1 -6. He f·lotr c. 2.89: . · brought out In his sermon how sht' Vlr�!nla Byt'rs. 2.G8: "'alked wlt.h Jesull. ·.laklng HIm. Wlth Roland S\\"KruO I. 2.�: � her \\·hl're\·l'r she \I"R..� and In ""hatso_ 2.50 : 1\1nrl(' Schmitt. 2.41: tyElr shl' \I.'IU; t'ngAgro. Dr. TIngeislad 2.42: Melba �. I;llOkl' of wh!lt Miss

Burlington

In€."eUng of

Tht' col " IW 1L�L ...·!th Re\". J, P. P!lul'grr prt'ach('(i the ser_ k!udf'� Ed�l\r Utrson.

Tcll\lln's.

or

Momon.

lrl of O �1

lind ' Rev. L. Ra.'lS- .

h", I .';'-;;-· _ ""'n,, to the dUflccultles. At II

lit the reque8t of

and !!OllIS

fi ancial committee comlstlng of trio of N'orman Jensen and Bob

A

Normal Schoo\.

her fUlwrnl.

.

Will Receive,A"nda; Crad,-

o e_half

College Board Meets

of

.

'.rty ' to

Honor

n . ::an���as� �c��:�1l.'�:::; =

.Moth....

.

and Melba RoM; entertainment. ltalhryn ' JOhnson (chalrman). Marpret Craft, 'Leonard

Wesaon

and ' R91 R nC!

, __ S....aMOn. Due to the death of their newly. Misalon &xiety meetlil, choaen adviser, l41ss S.R. Powler, mml- ' L, D, R. Cirh MHt ..t . Mn.

I.

Mis.io� Society MMh

Durlnc U1e

TUesday

.. .even1nl: .

Nov.

of the Delta Rho 'Gamma group �tponed 1ndeflnltely their' wty at

21. Mr. BaJ'doti ben

�a ::::: �=�v:.ndered a

R.mstad'i Home on Dec_ 5

�1r�'

which the day girls plaAJied to �terof the Lu� Dauahte.rS Of t&ln their mother. On Dectmhm; 8. J4l sa the RefonnaUon met 1a.s� ''I\IeIdaY t sented· & edipt.ure mwi1nc, a Powler wu to .,b&ve pla.ye4 an . 1mpOrt- the bome of KrI� A. W."'RaII:i.t.tAd The Mr� conrad 'Gaard wW IJ)t'at \0. � lncluj:led·. talk. bJ J. P. PfhiIt.. M.ls:ston· Society on the Pyramid.I ant � in tbe .ullli ·the of t¥ ldn of f,:mnina" a mother'1II aux- Ift', a sODa bJ the faculJ;y wi.,. qUio_ ZlrPt toruabt at . seven. Ulai'y havtns been � as.' her �t, a duet' by lIolildnd aDa zYelfD.)lod- . • . ' duty. . The Padnc Latbena CoDere ' . '9"' " �ading by Vtrwtnl& DAn.; 'Pd . �� wKh. ,Uw:W;� f:be rift 'I'hanIi:.I:t1n It " the d&} ;.ria II p�o ,solO- by��e �rMI'. MI.- Sophia. a. Fo_,",a boob on teach- bl'OUght food f� a. 'I'hankql1'1nC bukd Each me�ber of tM L. 0: � �t to be delivered to some �y tam11Y 'a �all toy to be Jiyen j,O' eoma. 01'In,. &n'd psyebolOa. ' J. U.. XaYler. Ubnrlan. . pha.n'. homer f� for ttle holiday. .

pm.entaUOn

of Before

�tmas

.

,


l

I, '

IDbt> moori ng ma�t Publl$td e\'ery two weeks durtn.. the school year by the students of Pacific

PAGE TWO .

En�red

PACIFIC LUTHE� COLLEGE, PARia.A.NO. WASHiNOTON

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AMPUS ' " KqMMENTS

. Lutheran CoU�e. Parkland, W�lnrton cla.ss f1lattn. October 2. 1925, at the Post Office at P.rkland. as second . . Washlnrton. under tbe, Act ot March 3, la:N.

'

.rW...., � ..,-'- B' .. � B L...,... ... u--t h1--'

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' . For: three ;mort yean. MLv Fa... )· . er I\-orlr.ed at PLC,.wlth' h�r belov!fl r. e€l the and memtlers faculty fellow ehanglnl student body. She, p� . her time ,and � freely. In EDITORIAL STAFF ' rale: "What party do;;ci�nce :��, ": -::�:�: :���rt�!r1:�� Stranger .speaklns at PLC) : ·'My � Editor HAZEL MONSEN ?" . . Milton Nesvig Associate Editor thls 15 a lure buUdlnz. I bel1e�e I be!one to probably nevtt be prlvtleged to kno..' Irene: "I'm' t�r:�ty:' William Jack a mor:e beautiful character. Her In. Sports Editor CO��r�!:<;:�. :ei:ur yla� ..�. and . will atWaY' be felt. In the 'Fea tures Edi tor �'m not out �' . " : Evelyn Eklund I e t : tluenti � :"LA . . ot £:,LC. She will never 'be rorDaniel Flotre . Editorial .Writer � � �:�: :o� o!:=.� � Y.) t\a.Jls "!�i, pten. Ye &u'to!': "I �ow 'wby editoR call Mr�. Krleclleri "That will proba 1]ly . Typist . Jack Hudson Ouon �u.st !le driving h1a bu" be enough.n thern.seIYa ·we·... . ' . ( RetCo&ch . . ball players � hard. ':8w«1t!" wuReporters -LAWillie: "Why?" Ye �: '"So t.hI! man l'J:I&t doesn',t Marie . PeterllOn rcporta that she � lard. ".Levi" LevUUon 'and "M.utch Doe" Eunice Arneson. Virginia Boen. Margaret Craft . Jean-Marie Fowler. like tlle .article wtll think theN' are d�\'eN'd that the flu Is both afftryna. (pardon. we .mean' .. "OUtch.� M�:II: Wilma O·Brien. Emory Whi taker in ad a t?O many to II� _ e e �; BUSINESS STAFF What. �;:e- �l a::: !:�tI= ��::: YN �r:�:aa v;ry��J::. a !;Iuzz ' ..-onderful aceompanlmeht for a 'h£'althy -LA.... · Marvin Hansen Busi ness Manager. Pror. Pflueger: "You'N' t hl k no 1s ' N' ' Bert Myhre y th Asst. �us. Manager ��:b":�: '�:I;: l';��l�':.:�?�)' trouble. ll:« � :"t�� :: "��=d� ) Tho love ' stUd�P� $&;��; �heI!, .e I . · Clifford Mesford AdvertiSing Manager l·m.an.unhappy medium." . . -LAsleep In ev'ry c1au. And cause the proCirculation Manager ·Prof.: ':WH,:tr\'rr 15 that?". Evelyn Monson Mr. Monson: ;:So yoti "'ant to matTy lessors all to S:In&'. They.ah&l1 not ��� . . my d�ugbt.rr--rh? My answer depends Due LO the Instructo(. absence.�fC .the Louise Jackson. Asst. Cire. M�nager Herb: "I'm too heavy for light ....ork cy Lemming conducted one 011 your financial . pusIU6n." and too light for 'heavy ....ork.'· O. J . Sl uen and N . Ho ng" Fac ulty 'Advisers . -LA-:Norm Jrn.scn: "whai .. coincidence. classes Tuesday of last week.. loA.Jan . -; '-----------'---- 'Osten Eliason and Madge Harmon my flnan�I�1 jJOll· ition depends on your lnstructor. be w.. very efflcl!!nt.d -J,,�e --'---""t"'"'\--'---r'-' l - e ! g to "let Me Call You SY;'eet· nns\\;£'r:' Student Body Tribute . LA :!:�r�..� ' :::P���::II;�r�f l:: !�Ud��� :� . In the sacr�� rvemory of Miss Soph ia Rae Fowler. who was " I like I-hat "!;O·ng." : She 1'11. Juana's log1. Iihat�N'd by . IO,lId Bronit �lleer. F'rom Aunt YO'Jr fnlthful ; dst to' her heavenly home. we. the members qf the . .... thick and c�lled from our mr H£': "Why?" cal dt'ductlon for this ....eek Is: TIlry then on . ....Isecracka .4 ....nehoe ...er . .she ls, Sh(': "00 J. need 10 tell you?" Associated Student Body of .pacific Lutheran College. do e)(press our say that 10\'1' Is _ blind and t.h&t .the fast. Pa.ndemonl�m I re ge l e s l e O l ' �eep sorrow in her passing from us. and our great joy � n kno�� rig she f to ..the down ':; ��h ; � :7h:�:\II -�al T.. " I ha�:;';-�n you for five ��u:: t!; :, ���tlt��i�I��:r ��e �I�� IS not really lost to us. but has only gone before. and .s awaiting our ""1" say ladyiy) upprr . -LAlordly 40r should �'I'ars. old mall. Whrre han�' )'ou be1.>n' . Utile redeemed. the of homeland the in arrival . . u.h .... Yo omrnl? ... ' . da�men this' nil doing twen and what hat'l" you · . Boss Barber_ "Whal. late l41'aln?" Her scholarsh ip. her understanding love. and her high devotion time?" I!:rripl�yee-"WI"I1. you see. I shan"d Eula-Mar OoH last ' her 1000lter key R,ollnr M.: "Ph'r Years!" 111),5("1( this morning and talkt'd my�lf again. �uch fOl'JeUuhleMl After .t�ndlng will be missed keenly by the student body -LAit she �nrll at her locker partn.ers.feet mto a !l.hampoo." Beautiful in ' life. in death an inspiration. she was loved by all l Senior. not the feet) and rracetully . -I..A:"'" Mr 8t'ck In Hlstorr Cla.......· "What . . in life: and her memory will be ever hallowed by those of us who g a nuLsance . a log1zed fo btl h:P�'11."d in 1483?" r' te o. I . t o knew her so well. born." alls....er('d K£'nn JO���� "c::� \\�� :�� th:�h:�::� �r.���· �e PeW �)s�c Allya : "Hav;nj: .... w\l'es Is bllamy. Having one- 15 monotrl'<'t : \\'hat happt'ned n 14871" Alter a en. . "Luth£'r four rears. old." ' ''Ne...·. . rellllf'd unll Norby. !on� ony.'· · In Memoriam-Sophia Rae Fowler _4Blg Shot) -LA101r. Sturn: "No I'll put a 'K' In A short tlme 141'0. Cliff Although we know that no words of ours can fully allay the ood !n....yer is 011 .\\'ho can makl' front It nnd .....h ' havr ....r?.. Mestord .staled. that one-ha.lf · (.It the A g of · \ great sorrow that the une)(pected death of Miss Sophia Rae Fowler It sound Is mildly Insane. We heartily \\'orld I had th� jumped train Norby: "Caner:' f dl.sa.greed· and demanded that he rr-LA� has brought upon our schoolmate and friend. Jean.Mar i e Fowler. and thl' trR('k and chased the automobile .. rej.)C'�t.s luelt to me," tnlct his stateinent'. He k101,IIy con· hit te ...der thenl .. II "ntll It we wish relelivc:!I. ro'wlcr':5 other, of �i " . dn h t er . O led pu she d our heartfelt sympathy. This is the second time within a year that zz \' :: e:�r�; IS �:t �l:i; �::n��e;���� :� h�:;:I:�:� . 'as death has visited tlie Fowler , home. and no one who has nOl been HAVE YOU MET? that awful!) affl.icted by similar losses can understand the poignant grief su ffered We spose you'...e heard t.he Jokes Shc's attractlve and has very pleas.Open Secrets by the Fowler families. about people �haslng haa on a windy illg perwnallty . Her dark curly hair day. etc. Il really happened to.a:� h� While. naturally. the blow fell most heavi.ly on Miss Fowle}'s lind flashing bro\\'ll e}'t'S cause mally'a AIN'T IT THE mUTH : our �tudentli. �ank Elliot cha near relatives. It also af .fect�� deeply all who knew her. In her de� th llIasculine heart to nut�er. Last year for several bran That Nrsvig surt'ly tumbled ne.... hat dovm Ma.rket. SUeet last her colleagues lost an Insplflng coworker. and her students. an In- sllr flll('{\ tht" office of secrtllary of Irl.'i h ther day.. ' g ....�k. IAn obliging truck drlvrr caught . valuable teacher and friend. To the students of Pacific 'Lutheran th(' school's largest organlz.atlon At s College a teacHer means more than to those of a larger school. and pre�nt. lhr Drama Cilib dema�ds much That Blolot!y ....a n·t � \'ery popular It-un.der �he hl�d wheel of his v _ � the loss is more keenly felt. But greate�perhaps than to an one of her attrnt:on. At the last. presenta- cour.;e the day the cards weN' handed hlele. F'nUlk did!! t seem to mind. b t � out: . the hat lrlt all broken up' about It. ' outside of Miss Fowler's immediate re:atives . wa the loss t� her . \V!leg �Ia.ney �mml.n g wa.s teulng former students. The contribution ..he made to the success of the tlon o� Ihal soc]£'ly-t.hls Is a broad hint That e\'en Melba dldn·t. kno..· all the Ella Johnson about a «rtaln person, graduates of our Normal depa(tment in their work as teachers. 'only -shr was I£'ader of til£' ....'Innlng group. music test: they can fully know. With them. Indeed. no one can take her place. Not onl), 11' �hr actit'r In elllra-currlcu- '! lIRt F'I'tInk ElIIot·s t.a.blr manneR ....eN' the poor girl. In desparaUon. cried In the rrcent d�matl.c.otfertng. "Leonard, .stop It." Her blUSh Woul� They have lost the one person who Detter than any other knew a nd lar act h1ties. but her name is numbered �irrd have put the sun to ahame as ah e bea TIlr Mild BrrakJut . . understood their problems. thei r' strengths. and their weaknesses. among thr best scholars of Pa�lfl� , and who better than any other could advise them and h�lp them and Lutherall Colleg£'. Hrr namt' 15-"'1"11. That Mesford and Martin ... ent Tan.aQ a hl!-Sty rrt� h u lifted d Marie . y r:(' encourage them in their di fficult wort(. you guess. �:�:�n�: ����n� . . and C�« G� M�Chare _ To Pacific Lutheran College as an institution the death of Miss ' Mo�n w�re �escr1bed in u...: �'. Fowler was. hu,:"anly speaking. the severest blow that could have PersOnaUI>-and ho\t ' This )oung ThatbAlvrnr hI\! a ddlnltelv misplaced "Har,e You Met." befallen i t a t this time. Miss Fowler's position as head of the teach- man radiates good fello 'shlp Hrs a -r::) � ;:""' 1 t Seh Id Iih Id' hang I o: (i!=====::::===� ers· train� ng department was �ne of g,reatest re�ponsibili ty--<)ne regular lh·e-wlre. . HIs \'o"l�e 15 \'ery dJi) . J o:'t a ::�ty ope�:to;�s sh�:gle : . t�t. requIred !act. Jodg�ent. kindness. �nd consclentlousnes� lm hlp r mem n . of bringing a fecUt· 'h brrs £. . I Th t Lemming rang the ball too soon high order, traits that· MIss Fowler possessed ," a large measure. Her thr coUrge chOir and in thr school's Ing and a th boys mo th th r Holes Nine 15cfor tact and wisdom. her abili!y to adjust herself !o people an� circu� - "Hot�ha Trio." He Is a man among a �o�ge; hilt;"tha'; the� :e..n� : . stances, these. together w�th her e)(cellent tralntng an� long e)(perl- me.n ·M 15 shown by his reco�d o� thr That we'd hate tof ha've Lyal San der . . . 25c 'for 18 Holes e.nce by w.b ,ch she had galn �d a thor?ugh understandlfg of profes- football team. By the way. he Is one .son dish up Ice cream. .. �� as Normal of those · graduates ....ho will receive a . Slonal ethICS. ma&te her eminently fitted for her work ' , . supervisor. Such persons are rare. and her prace at Pacific Lutheran swea�r tor Ihe grid sport at the an· ;.$1.50 Studenl monthly r,te ColI�ge will be diHicult to fill. nual f�t.ball banquet. His executive , $1 .50 Ladies "te monthly BROOKDALE Miss Fowler. however. did not confine - her interests to her ability wa.s prQ\'en last year when he­ $2.00. Men', monthly teaching alone. Quietly but effectively she identified herself with ....as· prmdent of b1s class. He ' haa SHOP BARBER the Christian interests of her sChool and .community. She was dee�ly journalistic talelll,.too. for besdes being Parkland Coif CoU",! Brookdale . interested in the welfare of her fellow citizens . and her . philanthro- an ex-member of 'the Mooring Mast pies. both public and private. were many. She hel'ped gladly and gave staff. he holds a position y.1th a -clly generously of' herse!f and of h'er means.. n�ver letting her left hand newspaper. And 15 he popular! ...... ---;,-. -..,...--k.nOw r i · B��': sh�7: :� .� l� s�ems strange that she is with us no Port.able TypewrIters. su C PARKLAND LICHT 6' WATER CO.' . All Steel P1l.1nc EquiJlml!ntmore. and hard to understand that she should be t�ken away when P,rkl,nd. WlShingtbn . . School Boots. SUppU" we'needed her' the �t. 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Lemmlng'd IIlte � u. � dyl�g out slowly. hll.unta Lhe tunnels" lind hails or .the the mirror -at the ""'llldo�' at)�e rl��� number of native men to come and ���w. Although the Id -0a s U t a Il. su strike the p a- �, ::)� � :t III gtlll conliidertd . ' mar·k of beauty college dorms. made Its appt'Rrance r � . a ;�ut�:� d�;S ��� �� ll I O I - Thelm� Daniel::!; kl�klng 'cauSe the 1;1 Qerman and ��trlan unl\'ers'�tle's'to .members of '�e'freahman' claM In �Ohn : J :y f tlrlllg and the ourn an-I"e , th'es � : � : � : ;n��� : � � ;. : : ""ard ot� d n on one s face. J81 Lounge t.he other n.llht. h n I s en too fast IMt Ora.ma btoar a nice duelling scar da)"! begins. Oetting up about curl.l.ln ""'"? c\' �t rays. f . ve tude tllo'O In the morning. �n early start is night. �ot��: • .�a�se he �M \lrou.sed trom ' bed p . ����. ::: a� late TUesday and Prlday of last \Ii�k In . 'VI��: :!.gn. ;�f!� Wtdnesday n!.ght to to on a ".lId taken. The walk usually IMta until . claMrS, and, only meet. the P t�elr Rev. Richard C Cartford, gOOf:e chase," Or: Samuel Lang ' of about four In the afltrnoon. Marie John�n not e\'en yelling w'hen eighteen years a m1ss10� In Ma a·.In con- f�M" r �el\ �e IInal felCamln..��ns are 'NOrthwe�tern Unh·erslt1 1nnrina..,., �. Damt appear told her would M.r. oor said mothers." Cartford. "P who g:ascar an Island In the a:::dl t n e all nl&�t c�IIs' will be Inthat . e1ared t.h* &II � � :S :';: "hal-Ing little children on such journey, nre."on �,ith the mighty Shuster. If It :t�;:;' an : t re . h under 'the f'nnch regime. . vcstlgated from now on. r day In the sun, hot aln t. lo"� .' . If one elCpects work lI'fter gradu8� " ' ..ork the e and on the lessons In Chrls- :a!k� � !: �� University e o� Chlc_IO and. North. tlanlty one could pin from, observing n \:on In GermAn. he mwt be a Nul. All . 'IlI � . Very often It rains, too, and the rain ·St'\·enll of tt:e hot shot" lIporting .cbs the best to the �'ors.t are glv_ western will be offlclaUy' combined into the natives. We. Ih'lng In a Christian one lafit'/ tn.stltutl on. It was learned ies he big pa ookle. lIwters. T ns ! �n only Nazi sY!"Pf'thlzers. Whether community. little realize the ad\'antage Is such a steady dOllmpour that It makes r . othtr)1ay. of Ih1ng In a Christian nation. Rev- one pracllcall�' M mlM'rable II,lI the sun. . \ . . studtnt" believe In �e IdeM of N'i- the ed gal I oot all. w r An.d!, Mln and. Norgaard attending a lIonlll Soc:lalll1m or uol. they Join one of � C� t;l In F b erend C3rtford came to lhts country on Even aller lItopplng for the night one the Unlled StaleS only. after the Yak''their J1tll.ny orgll.nltatlons.· a furlough t..o yea.rs.ago. plannllllf only can not yet r�t. for there are- fires klddle�' mll.tinee. · ' • • • to � .bullt. food to prepare and cook.. Ooing .10.... a walk In the pArk I� a · Princeton lame In 18'73, .18 In eJ:tremto renla.!n about a yea.r and a half ;..-J1i1t ely old g � and hIlS been traced back because the chu Several of t�e high school girls com- good Mte and so consJdere-d !.Iy a.lmO!St . rth�ould not(A.fford beds to bf' madf'. and the dck attended F and Ro· r" all far as the ancient Cfl r oe l with .M-ny c . s the Students to Mnd him back. European d. following therr on p n big poem. Oo" g il stlll;fere. no..... 10. . .. and Also . man the EIIkimOll and the . are elCtremely rArt.. doing deputll.l\on .....or to I' mlsslonll. Life at the station Is dlffcrent from HERO : � Polynellilln Islands.. .. Studl'.I1l.!! In �wltzerlllnd get a double When he goe� back. b e not go to life M we know It. �here are no eleeTO OUR ELMER colle.&f;. T The new.. reel thuter In only s.� li the same stAlion from \� Ich pt came trlc lights. only kel'O!if'l1e lamp,.'!, which dOM' of eXAms-they mU t pa them at . 1he bf'IJJnnlng of the school Yf'ar and the United StIlt,eJ f11l..� begU{\ 11.8 !leCElmer Is ft darling. but to a t\Ufere-nt one. M a Re"erend the nll.t1vt'!! arf' trained to take care ,of: . ond yellor at the Unlver!llty of MlnneElmer Is It. dear. !lllaln at the close. Peterson ,j� now at thc station and th!'y are not ver)' eff1c1ent careH,\s our foo'thall hero. You speRk only EnglL,hl lit Swltzer.- oola and III open every noon to stu4enta CArtford ""as formerly at In MRda.gas- takl'rs_ AS the}, are RlwAYS t.umlng . the for the a�rnls.'lon price of five cent.!!. 1.�n·1 IhAt quite clear? . ca.r. II md tWO IAnguAgl'lI Afe a nece'lJ;lty And :-'\ck too hl\l.h or too low And break!ng SludeilUl at the University o� mO!lt people speak Ihree or four. The.! The of the lamll. ?heN': Me ten stllllons there. and at part Michigan voted In favpr of the modlllElmer hailS from Endicott. unh'er.'lltif'8 are on a bilingual" bl\sl.!;. l I'(\ch onl' there Is a. chlldren:S 5Ch�1 In the 1'\.t'lllnlls thl' onl�' all1\l.'\ement catlo� 01 the rule which puts a ban . bto li What m assl!j; .. m n they do pr y reading Sometime nments oduce. of si x grades. There I�. also. at each Is the '!1ltherlng of the children to (' ron the use of lIutomobileA. Onl)! ItUHI' �I'IllS very nice. III �Ilgllsh. French. and Oerman. station. A scl)ool for young men. which �h}\;r:. As ChristmM Jlrl'S('nt.�. Reverend cents ..It� degrees are to be permltt.e<l YI't" Tt'ally run� Quite 100St' China L� IIIlSllfe· for students who ad- . deals In religiOUS teachings. Then. Ca rt ford Is sending to the!«' M�dalJl\.5. t�, drive c!lfS. . hl'Te 10 the phllosophy .of Marx. The . there Ls a hfgher girls' school. at "" hlch car children soml' hymnal5 which are A bob-cat. reAred. by a University of Elmer has black hilr usual proc�url'. L, 1'1 brlt'f trial and ex girls Ie:am manage their Irllnslated Inlo thrlr nath'e longue. · California blologl.!;t has been &ent bad: And f')" t '!' of hazel brown: It . eClitlon. Chlntlle sLud@Il� Sfly thllt homes And such. The island of Mada - ""hich ls SI)()ken by Rf!\ t'Tend Cartford o the woods" beca�se he could not be HI' hlL� Ihe �""t'eJe�t, Clltellt smllt' I"" 511ft! "\'l'0 teo m nl l n the ""ord ··t Cl;a.scar also has a !lonna.! !;Chool. quite nUl'ntly. . . � kept tame. · communl..m. Th 'J'hl\t � lml)IY gt't.� II� �wn. t'n:! aft' About SC,'en thou58.nd. Mr. Cart ford. a cou�ln of Mrs. Alsper Driving oilthout a licen.�, ·ob!Itruct,. II �trike to " There is nothing ' Ike •· <?"hrtstlan..� attending theM' schools and Parkllll1d. ""hose hu!;band WM II · He forg('i.'; to sha\'e hls .....hISk.' " . dOOlee elCamlnll�lons."{say Chinese stu- Ing trattlc, oper$tln.g wlthOUt . � fran. about three lhou .. <;.8nd m9re Chrlstillns ml:s..�ionar}" In ChinA. attended Auguschille. and .furthe.r Investigation' wtre HI1; e)"f's are often red : . denL�. They have lL'Ioed\,t so often that . on the island .... ho are not attendlng . tloe charges flied against stu �nts of � But we can JU1;t excuse hlin. Administrations now ta�e speclt! cart' �chools. LAst YFar In Madaga.scar there tana Coliege four years And 51 Colorado School of Mlnel, arreated 'CIIUSt' he n·I.'\·er getl; to bed. 10 i'Ie"(' that there are nQ, irounds for were 1 043 ]X'Ople-' baptized. compared �ne year. H e g�aduated from the Ul1lta lIlreet car plutered with driving while ' friction between fac;ulty and students with 618 in Zula. Afrlca. I\nd . 400 In cd Church Seminary And Wk." ordained their ImHe ne\'er hI'S his le!';liOn�. ImOlediRtely preceding the elCamlna- slgnll as an advertt.sement China. Into the ministry In 1914. pending game with Denver. ' , HI.!; reCitations are ab.5urd; tlonll. "Psychology ha.s determlntd by acSpellbound by our charms. At a school for higher education In Hl' CRnnot .�ay· a word Burma the �olllcn'A I\t'hletlc Instructors tual ex�rlence that ' AuceeM de�ndl 85 Colden Rod Butter hAd to' make the alreMY Incon\'enlent per cent upon per�nallty,· and 15 per upon brain" as Ouachita college We hRVI.' a little cornpt'titlon girr� lIport attire IOhger and fuller be- cent professor. declart.... From a !!:Irl on 96th; the men. c�l�e of criticism t I t am Education I� well-pianned un�er I� �:J. Mu.'\.'lolinl. YOII are told not only how r One 10 u l ll to think. but also whAt to-'thlnk. No\\' . why we All like Elmer pholo Penn State'A 1933 football �uad I.!;n·t o b morl' IhJlh \1:1' can .see : n much heAvier than R high !;Chool tea�. Blit Still we all are wondering The average weight is one hundred and t' Just .'�:ho his ....lfe . will bC? S(','enty pound.� and the average height. ·C om::;;: h t = .. ny •.:: �,l P. S. There's safety In number!>: but �� a:�_:;�p�� vote In the University Elmer doel"n'l Ih'e here anymore. . of Michigan I� to be held to give stu• • • , o ,� d n U> .n l ,ol th Ho.... Hud�n· .�IUno ' ,m.ln . "

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Next Tuesday when school is out and vacation has come at last. you 11 feel like celebrating. That· night our Gladiators meet the strong Grays Harbor. unior �ollege quintet in the season opener at the local �ym : and -If there s any place where a pers�n gets plenty , of Ih�ills. It'S at a basketQall game. Lef's pack the gym that night and. gIve our I?oys lots Q.f.,. support when they win that fi rst big ga·me. . . , Let s go Gladiators!

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lilgh-�Int -Lacey Dairy outfit a�d 'In II. t� 8COTco�ers to the school. g\rl. tRU.�·lng up �4 points. Winnie Illg altair won O t �4-3;7. "Dutch" Mot' Butch and MRuryne C��I$teI�n each 1\'," , the ,shlntng--Hghl" for the ""innetll made olle ba.!lkrt. . The stten�th or the with thirteen' �Ints I\.Od Oeehll.n sU>Od. , freshmen �med to lie In: thelr cenle�.. o�t for Ule DflJt)'men. 11.130 scoring Ihlr· V91ly Notby and, Sfllly BRfus. whlle .thl'! tet"n potn t.s. " . .g�lU"tIlng of ·JOAnr.a ManoUSO<\ and Ed ,. The CounLy ··y".men were' the ilellt . retard the nlakinl of ,' C liB Kelse)' wouJi.! I llm!!. re-celvlng a 44_2'2 drubbIng. Al ho of in at forward Mil): oppo!t1ng te�m. t �gh Jl\cll: at cent�r and po ts Alice AlvneM lind AI ce Rot. e xperi -· looked. good .f�r the GladIator squad. ( enced up er -c1a.sa fon"ards.. started- the On Mtmda)' of this ,,'cek they'scrlm­ p game ou!. ln a big way. substitutions mllged. .'!th the Collete of Puget Bound . made It necessar)' to place them 11'1 users. and· Ill.!It night met "the Cal!!' . o��er berths. where t. hey could not do m�rtUlo out�l t here. . I Ir . beSL. · The Ilneup.'l ror the gamee are: The IIne-uijl: P.L.C. I", "t:ni Lue, Da.I.n'·

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S. S. .., • I n .closing. a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of gatta' go to the big 1 , .·" , " hrl�I:1il you But before. Y9u leave: all of yoohave just "''' � . d t ! . I I I !>:, " " , I "1'-I1 " W :I''') &<tme- Tuesday nIght. Don t forget. pack that gym! � _ _ �_ _ � _ " , I , u l h . 11,,,,,,1:1,'.1 k •. } I '''''rd. ,'''unl )' WRrr"hl. "",,···t, , ··· T,·nn�. Second String Cagers ISS I J oin CQ� nty League ; . D. BAKER & CO. .

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FrIends and Pac1ne Lutheran COlFrench Club To Meet Friday lege students an� uaoctata an! eongntulaUtli Mr. ' and Mrs. Bertrand At the French club meet1ng to be Taylor of Pf.rkland on the birth of a held FJiday noon In the musiC studio. �ughter, Gall EmUy. on �. 1. Mrs. Mr. Hunter .wtll continue his b.J1r: on Taylor. Is usJsta.nt �\.l'ar and hNd h1II experiences In France during the of .the h1Ih school p:i.rUah �ep&rtmm� W rld .War. , Hazel Konaen .w1ll also · at the eo11ep. &be ia a� from. tebool speak. Led by, ltbrpZ'et Wesaoo.. tb;e th1II year on & lea.ft of at.eDoe. IfOUP' � pracuce Prench ·sbnp; ,

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F'ebrufLTy 22. 23 and 2� are set by th� Pacific t1ther..n College A.lumnl Board lor th,t' annual reunion of graduateS'. Festivities W1lI beg\n FrIday eve'Ring with the �8l11u Drama Nlght ilresentatioM tn.the' COllege �. naslum. The traditional basketball . . • game bet'tl'een the vlsiUng alumhl and the regular college team .wlll take place , the following Salumay afternoon In In the interest or ChrUitian eduea.- thl;! gym here. • Event,s will be climaxed tlon on U1e PacUic coast, Orben SimI!. wlth the reunion dinner that evemng. Prt'lImlnBr)" plans fo, thb annual ) "rralr ""ere laid Jut Sunday afternoon whim the Alumni board met In the roll'.. ....' ., pU,," room. The group wlll meet BJain tomorrow evening, th15 time In the ho�e oC Miss ITere Dahl, PMt

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�oriner Imructor to Tak. 'Char,. Of Introduction .lind Technique Of .-T . ...ehjfl. Cl..... "'I'.'.'.I11-� ' Mond..Y' Taking oXer mOllt ot the duties of

Mr. Sime � tl'peclalli well mended by Rey. Casper M. pastor of the Lutheran Church buch. Minn.. !:Od by Rev. S. 1.. lIOn. pMtor of the FlnIt . eran Church or Fergus Falls. Ml.� trene aD.hl of Parkland Is ranging Mr. Slme's Itinerary.

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and. Callforrila, He ra1R& 1l varieties, and haa about � chickens a.l;together. Two unique pet8 are a pair or �� about 3 years old welthlng not' over 3 . ' ounces each. , But chlcken�ra1sJng wn all !:I!u� ,rib� keeps hal'l of ,them In a sack. To shOW ,.,'hat Orwoll hM .Iearned In bam, Tbe o�er day one of Orv:s newly the last few years, hls ·flrst sUbl1l1salon purchased bant.t.ma got a heart at� at the Puyallup fair brougHt hlm out tack and died · while Orv'wu r:tving It -entries. 3 [Iut places . and· 2 �� Its tint bath. ot ond place�. At the recent Puyallup Arter giving out all thls naws. Mr: fair. out' of 18 entrles he took 12 nnt Dahl went home to unpack some new places and 6' second places. Other ralrs chickens which' had Just arrived. He

y�8rs RIfO. has In different exhibitions . Including th� World's Fair. �en 85 tlrst places. 26 second!!. :; thirds. and The Lutheran Daugbters of the Re- 2 champion places. Although he used to frame alf ftLs prize ribbons he now

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Box" by Joe.nn!,- ManouaoI; and In which Orwoll haa enter� chickens extenda a cordial Invitation to In I "M'�IO"*",' 'Work In PoreIIP1 Coun- have been at 8alem. 'Ol'egon: yiJuma. who I.s lrit:ereated to com� see, , E. M, Hene of Tacoma, and the �orld's Pair In Ch1caao. where blr& anyUme.

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of almJlar lnatancel wh1$ had happened.:befon and becaU8e the U1nest �u lIeUe"eel to· 'be mere .t.omaeh DOiIIon1IW. " doctor wu not c.llecl untq the following daY. Dr-:- MOrant � ordered Or.' T1ngelatad ' ,ftnoved to the Tacoma . Qeneral Hospital .� the operation wu Immediately pert'ormed. BeCause of the long w&1t before the operation. ranrOt and pcritonlt.1l set

tntult)' Monday. Mw Reneau 1& &et In. making the educator's condition even mOI't!,perUouJ. Howner. Or. In. making h.Is condlUoo even more former teacher here. ha\!lng had stad � well on the road to recovery. even tboUSh It w1ll be IIOme time periIOUl .. For a time. smail hopes were In the summer of 1932. She � CM be removed to his home. _ I held for his recovery. but Dr. Tln8'el� -'_ _ -'_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . ll known In and Rbout Tacoma. hav� � ....e I e Ing bf-en With the Collel@ of Pu�t 1�::�; .:n:� =:\�=;; Mm. tim. ..ro" h. oan .. =ov..s MI5.'I Reneau wlil teach the Introduc� tlon and Technique of Teaching ClaMeS and supervl!l(' th{ practice teaching . ' Taking �Ixtftn flnt place, and one he took �ee flrat places out ot tour . . takinR ('hRmpton place for the dlsplay.or prize entTIes. and one champlonsblp place. care of MI6s Fowler's cla.ssee, said "00 poultr)'. Orwoll Dahl. a �tudtnt of PaTwo Japanese bantams given him by ' I I l � o a L . ��lt! :I!:� :�hC: ;::: a�l�� l�� �= :�e :UI�� : ha� �ta= . Over the .•eek�end of January 5, e struc'tor as Miss Reneau truly !.s. back mo\\' h�ld In Tacoma, Orwoll. who en�ra1slng for ·exhlbltion. Now he hfoll to ollr staff." IItarted raising chickens only three birds from Minnesota. ,T�xu.' illlnoill �d 7. the �tlc IA.Itheran Colletre , It>gl'

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Miss Fowler. Miss Oeorge Reneau, be"- General Hospital for ruptuttd appendl,,:la now repof.t.ed much gan v,'orlt on the Pac.llIc Lutheran Col- cawr.e It was so long untU the operation wu perlormed. ganli'ene and

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Windy Peten, Riaht then &nd,' there late years was rather scarce, but in rolling a amoke and waiUng for 1 bepn to feel acnTY for the out.-ot- spite ot that be had shot & big g:rtz- opportune moment to commence to1P1l�, When Wind, ventured to 11., uy. the blnest that had been taken uphoJ!Jing. After surv�y1n, the re, was roing to tell IOmeUllng. one for a long Ume, We were ready and suits or ' h1& digital dqterity for ' a be quite sUre an UDUlual narra- wilting to congratulate · him for that., minute, he Interrupted the doctor's ' · fOrttic:omln.g He wasn't much but 'when he jeered U4 naUvea tor story, stul!. bUt when !aimed never havtDr equaled the teat ·it . .... "I that was a pretty heat he could hold twI '" horse of ' & dU!erebt color. 80 old bear all rlgbt and I any ' W&joI' Hoople. £'v1- Peten had eleet¢ h1mae1l ofncial � mi� t.ouIh ume to. ,IH him , the boutlng and bi-aain& 'of bolder of \he. loeaJ. pqcse; &Del becau.e n't ..� big or �. ..

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"Choir of the ·West"· made t.hree pearancetl In Tacoma, on� of which · was broadcast over radio station KVI. At eacb concert. talks in behaU of .

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Educat6r� and I�ymen alike have of late frequently expressed ::.��� after an, She is.our �\ett themselves to the effect that . something must be radically wrong Vernon : And there is no boldln&, back with American education . Real izing that OUi' sc.hools are shaping her salary. rlther. -LK' the destiny of our nation. they conclude that education is largely responsible for the confused condition prevailing today. Probably. Atcordlng to OUT faithful Aunt 1'1.8 n n u they are ·right. Most of them, however. fail to suggest any rem�y i, a;�o:n::; :l �tso:he::lne��� for our ailments. While no doubt many of the causes contr! buti ng friends are vlsl.tlng you. . -LA"": to the shortcomings of our education are hidden to even the keenest ' of observers. some are mere apparent. One of these is the honor roll . Pv.�b.uer: Look h�, that safe 'OU sold me last month· 'OD said was b..... There is no doubt tha! honor rolls and all the rest of the num- lar-proof; and 'thIs moraine 1 found 8rOUI: ,lIrtifici,ll1 ;ncf'ntivlP" ,lire /"Iptrimental fn trLJP '1;('hnIMc;hip. As ft eru;lIIf'd and rined of all it. .ennu,nb.. many of us know. there ar,e two days to study : one. for grades. the John Van Leuven : W�II. ,Isn'( that a burl'hU'! other. for learning and mental development, two methods that stu-j proof th at you',e had LAdents of college age find it hard to combine . Being desirous of il l MarlRret L. lrecently. /... wro ) : What , . . place on the hO(lo� r�lI. most of the ambItIOUS stud�nts choose the :loe� that Inscription mean on �he ring former ,They memOrize what they are expe�ted to know at the end l you ga\'e me. dear? . m of the semester and let it go at that. Thus. (nstead of training their l Archie : Faithful :.0 the last, y dear. brains to think, they turn them into so many phonograph plates. All nl��sg::.�: IO�·!I:��ec����. }'ou? You the �hile their thinking powers lie dor":,ant and ,undevelop:d . 1 f -LA.- ' . the Inventor of _the honor rol,! was seekIng a deVIce by . whIch to A M'wlnr drcle Is a rroup of women -destroy the very basis of illl education--intellectual c,::!!Iostiy--he "'ho spt'nd one aft.ernoora a week er. brolderinr alltl'ed fa.c:lI: about abseht succeeded beyond his fondes't expectations

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name .Ls TIm Atterwlt. and most she be'mad Ob boyl . Dl!lta Rho Gamma rtrb.� complel-" ot My the PLC kids emphUlze the lut When I told her I UtOUlht. you would AI the nex,t m'Htlnl or the Oe� Ang!'1<l M.n'�. rn(uat.e of, the or J t f :m-:r:�c:n:�ta� be·p=�� :: :��l: ::�·:d.'7 =I;r'����.·:· ;:��':�.�e�: :��:: �:!'!:.� �Ur\'�t.·t� :'�I�e��!7;. :'nJ:::: 1:-::;r::;=::; the mectlnp each Thursday, Accord_ But. JC)metlmes I let dl&cwted understl1lld aU her big Unco. !,-nd Susie .sumrnary . or., the "H1s�y of .Germ.,. Pa.c)flc- Lutheran College, Will be lJUeet inl to -U'JO!M! In chllLrJe.. there will be myseU. by Pl'les�,! -r:ne IrouP wUl �er at ,the Prench 'Club meeUn, with myself because I am so &low. After didn't, nether, .bl,It'Nkltol&s Shali-,)wpatt Uteraturl!:' . pe ll tUdent as a n t. r n ��I!Th ���I!e o�-deco �:I!��� � s �n: :r :�J��:t��!r! ��:; �:�o: u�:��� I�wo;;;�rs ::; h: ::�s�::r, '�:;�:':l��=� �cr::·�r: M::��� t::�:11 �� fI! raUon of the day room havl! said, but didn't, cause I was too write 'It out for me in simpler words. ot' StaWe, and Mr, Hllhby will lead "The' Lire and Woru' of Stendahl," O e nd the lub In' O rm n e t :: I� a·�,:�: �;��t� ��, S::�:;' := er��to �; h=rha�; ���:���' :�p��:ush�� ���n� ��: ���::ro:: c a� e � ' lO p, ' , ::o�h����U::: P��:i::::,� :0 Florence Post: presldentpflthe group, made, but couldn't., beeause I jUllt didn't rnooncalt with your :sllly �, ou ,big tlons, featuring J."rench I19nP. ..y Int.rtaiM Conf.rf!nc. think of them fast enouih, And then lobiler with your machine C;url� hair,. 'Aft rdrcshments will be seryed, Pearl E ntert.i ns F�cul ty qUlttet ! I�::'�� I:�:hn:!�t�f:n��:wf:� ,���a: t;"sO!��n:��:tr;::�:� m��o�:":f:r�=ril:l :;';Ir:n�t� �=�ae�IO�I:bbeP�al::n����ot all ' Mrs. J, U, Xavier, wUe of Prof, Xay_ asJeep, In the morning I tell i.h�m to around here near the oInce door wltJ\ the home of Prof, J, �. Pflueger, Dean !er. entertained' in her home Sunday my girl friend: Su&le Simple: 'she �t fooliAh smirk on your tape holding Hllu!ti �POrud at. the. meeUng on H.... . He";' �••"s 'a.rty e\'enlng for members of the' Pacific thinks (if) too and laughs and laulha the girls' hands? U you send any of h\s stu�Y IllSt lIumr(t'r at the Unl!er� Lutheran College faculty wl...es' quartet at the ';l,'\SKracka I hll...e m.dl!. And your silly stuff to �I to 'print, I'll '�lty �f Chicago. At i. party given at his home Ne;tl' :tnd their husbands. Bealde the h05t when she doesn't laugh, ahe �Ililea, write your eSlltalf." Nick wU!l't' sure Year·s·Day. Willie Pflueger eentertalned and hostess. those present wefl! Dean for she doesn't talk much, 1 guess she of the wt \ford and t:ried to look It up CIlr'Sten Knaplund of Ketchikan, l�ne,Shaf1llnd. �rdlne KnutM,n, Nor� Ilnd Mrs p, E. Hauge. Prof. and Mf!. Is too dumb tor that., But, even If she in the OIctlonRry,�but he cOuldn't find AIas�a. 'a tormer student, and Miss �,:n";;;���i�za�: ��: e.:�� . :� W. Ramstad. Coach and Mrs C. 0, Is dum�. she l.. pretty, and th.t goes Il, But lUcky one of teach:rs knew Viola Kn!ldsen '3I, �� haa been ". ...... HOW.ani. 'HudsOn. John Olson, and. Prof, and Mrs, J, O. Ed- a long WRYS, Rnd then .she 15 Il swell and told It lure has ,a..",uny mean· teachln, at PHnon. W'....... were mar- 'C·h.-,lIra� M , Edwaros Is the Rccom- dfl!sser and knows IlII .bout,m Ake-up. .inC, It means what's wrote' on your rled Dec, 10 at the bride's home In 9harles ,':Iudson, Orwoll Dahl and Jes� Rnd \hRt helps a lot too. \ Maybe I am gr....e stone., Th.n wh.t be.ts me. for P'lorence, Wash. ) ' � �ut'l�r. panlsl. rs dumb my5t'lf. but I Ullk lots JUllt the I am not de.d yet, But believe me, If. same. Evl!n If I say It. myselt. I,c.ri, you print this. you wU� hear f'!om Alice. 'Quest 'of the Sjde·Hlil Gou,er' talk flUter tha� any guy In school, But you better get your DI.ctll:!nary (ConUnDed From Pap Onel StroUpr , .. :� Sees e...en Mr B e.nd all the Kids say he 15 re.dy, tor she will sure. use blg , wOrd5. a i1:lzzly I�k Uke a baby kitten: Y�S thiS oeculon, A bun�h' of us wen� up �ENE SH�ND crawling under some ta'lke�. That set 'me thin�lng, But 1 must s�p, Henry napper .of sir, and trlk me pink If they WM':' t to kill some of, the go.ugers which were I � the...�Ie �he dining hall; a certain May� some gUJo'1i keep still bet�use. Portland with hl5 �rrrrlend Sophronla ScRfUe' \ onde giving OSTEN ELIA� they are dumb like Su&le, and m.ybe Sapp a� walttnl In their ear to take the meet �ullar creature this world getting Into our sheep. SomehOW or er e w. IIkrs oj. other I got �parated from the seen er ... ne I � . .. you N go-by rn big tell SO t.h : NORMA PREUS some talk . a lot because they flre dumb me and Susie to a party, the rest.' 'em anywhere, ney were built kln� cutU�aI\e� h.alr-muat be lo...e!: HER- like some other guys In school . I never about It later" I' wall' wa)klng along all alone when ot otf bail\nce like, Thel.r right legs my BERT NOROAARD returning trom va' thouK,ht ot It this,way befon!, I counted Respectfully, sixth sense kind ot told I w than n ttle.lr le, ones, so TIMOTHY AF'TERWIT. �re sh()rter calion In a gtly mOod (he'r name Is Flor- on my fingers the ten dummest kids In the only living being present.. ence l ; CLIX HAUOAN �usJng class, and they are dOlnllJlost of the P. S. I tI....e Ju&t read o...er what I had they could stand ' perfectly level on wMn'tenough I �'as beIng followed by CHARLI.E'S Ire-u U,sual, there Is a talking the library and by the girl's wrote yesterday and I see I ha...e left the side of fl hill. Because of this they aSure gouger and, by cracky, he wu the at. the botwtT! of It; "POP" stairway. Susie Is the only dumb girl Ollt lots ot funny thlnga 'l might of said :ould graze ,U,P above the timber line biggest . ....oman one I ever saW'. Well. I let BARDON s��PJllng out.-a blind date which doni talk much. She is the ex- but didn't., Just beca� t couldn't,.thlnk � the steep a)plne meadows. The� him tJave It with my one t.{1d only st spot ould .nd art out from one at that: MARIE "ZULU" JOHNSON ception that proo\'es the rule our of them till afterwards. That's me aIbullet R�d hlgh-tallK! It tor the open ...portlng a new colffurt!; HARRI.ET biology U'acher wisely says, . Sut I ",'IS w.ys. I gueM I dont. have any brains a path nght around the mountain. spacrs. But It was no use. The old SCH::NEIDER giving FRANK s�elle- talking about giggling. Mostly when I But I am in college now and expect to Some�lmes there were many ,grooves gouger came aloog behind, they lookK! me I was a speeding gant portrait-looks like wedding bells! talk, Susie giggles. and $Ometlmes she get .some betore I graduate 11k� some !,f go�ged around the peab bout re.dy to greet 'St'­ barber poles. �. account of this Pe;er he returned the fa�'or; PAUL PREua g\ggles without me talking-in chapel the other guys, The Re'glstrar 'll(t11 sure like� . when I spied a eave ere lma I teellng good l ! the dRY after vacation for instants, when 'Mr, Edwards Is play- take care of that, He SUfi! 15 keen, :!t lde ��� ��:: � IS 7 c.lI� Quick as a tla...h I duckedlnIntheIt.,roc�, tiop1 : T, A.. " 'evldentally too much happy new yeRr'; :r.g the organ, I gUess, I have some i n g he would pass me by, Oougers dy W. was going strong. Too strong. couldn't smell IImburger a · toot away, ERVIN DAMMEL bumming h� ""ay �nse. Maybe giggling Is Susie's only . back to school from Spokane In record way of "seltexpresslon," though, as her Announc. Debate Question In act, for the delicate conscience o( couldn't f�1 him though, He kept th� town's IIky pilot, He was about ight on coming: I looked about for a time of t",'el"'e houl'$-how do you do old ant UIIt to say, "There are two Ilnl· It, kid? BYERS would like to know; mals." ·she ust to say, "that express Before the tryouts for the debate to �1I Peters to spread It a . little rmeans of defense. Then's when I MAROARET WESSON letting him themselves by hissing It Is thl! goose lIquad take pl.ce, which will be some- thln�, but the � started talking. . mad, Important dlMlOvery, Thft"e \'-take her pin without ,. �tNgg'le, loolu and the snak�. The t� does It eause time In the near future, according to "Slde�hl1l gougers? Rmm! It'a very was eanaother In that C&ve, Now ' bad Marg: "POOR RICHARD" HIOH- she Is silly and the make cause he 1.5 those In chuge; there will be a meet,... peculiar one doesn't them anymore." I was a tIgouger �ht spot and there wlUln't BY aaklng Questions, as usual: DUTCH !nnn. You may not be as meRn aa a Ing of those Interested, at which this "Oh, they It'ere pretty vlelOWl," ree� much I 'could I Cook out my do . '-10E dropping eVt!rythlng and duhlng snllke, but you sure are sillier than a },rar's Intercollegiate question for de- plied Windy. "The government put and prepared to tllJht to the to Anacortes for a few days 'during va- goose. You can't e...en . hiss. Just giggle," bate, "Resol ... ed: That the Increase ot a big bounty on them and they were knife , finish. " cation, another ,woman: OEOROI- But r like her best when 5he giggles, the president's powers be a rmanent klll� off In a short time, SUIl, they Here Old Windy paUAed If to , ANNA McCLURE stepping out-believe lor then the shows her pretty, white policy In the United States,v: will be were hard animals to get. I heard of collect 'his thoughts. We were all wll­ It or not!'! RHODA HOKENSTAD tak� tront teeth, between her IIpsllcked lips, e>. plAlned by Mr. Pflueger. advisor .and a fellow once took a shot at one [ Jltory nde, but 'Crosby's Ing the slams at the dinner table-- and oh boy how white they , look' then. manager of the debate squad. The and hit what him In the right foot and ing 06toltyletwasheI'LrO�, Immediately he c,\u she lake It?: AONES LANONESS And so I say all the funny things I U!am Is composed of eight members In baek of the lett I!tlr with the same acurl s " d "My goodness, how did you e...er ke and tribe pollshln� the front steps: can remember . to make her laugh, And four men and four women, an alflrma- bullet. ...e.w ll. this fella-." out of there?" pJID HUTSON gazing longlnsly at when look at her again. she laughs th'e and a negative from each "W.lt'. ! llnute:' Interrupted Crosby, get ' That's just what Windy waa f'lshlng the Hamlin Rat EnticeI': VIROINIA some more. Oh boy! "I'd like ' know In what position s for, beamlngly repUed, "r never DAVIS stili ruqnl.ng ar'OUnd loose- My roommnle sp.ys her name ought to person .....ould have to be -to hit an did. He The. gou'gers killed me," n t hI Ie Exchanges a �:e��� K�T1::� �o:�� :�: � !��� :e����e�:��!� ProfeMOf George H, Barton, 81, of ��� a�a���:h" :nsn;,:=r�te� "that -From " Black and Red,� newsCLARENCE MONSON spen<Ung the .t)wealern COUeae, hand in the IIbrar)' la.!;t week when the Harvard University geology depa.rt..- the goupr � lICrat.chlng his � just m agazine ofWLs"Nort \'acntlon nlghts-stuqytug??State Man- her Watertown, where Mr. Sydow Is he didn't know one of the Deans \I.'ere ment died In the class-room 18l!t 'Reek. as the bullet hit him," u E R . , Ud = " O B TR N an = ,n � ;::: :::=:::;;:::1 R . no = w UN . ' a has She soft, looking �d she did. brought a general snicker from 'u'S' A1I to h.�:" no "E!} "G ' O"h·,' o"o'n�� pretty About this time It is a consolaHon theThat ' I mean Susie, not the and. . crowd, :I'he , doctor � �oukt r have _ = tO,fulfill neeUons being 5e\'ered: JENNIE LEE Dean, with four round holes where to know that Llndberg flunked out of klcked himself for bel", so {r,qulsltlve. We ::; your want!., One :;:;:: w�nt got a ne';l,' bathrobe for Chrlstma.s-he them skinny girls only ha...e nuckles. the Unl"'enlty of WisconsJn: Dr, W but not to be outdone h.e made ah Ih'Cs In 'Spokane; "PANSY" O'CON- My roommate :;.e�::;;i��s��::n��k��! unkK! attempt to embarraas Old Windy, J. Mayo, of the Mayo c1ln1c, n may be a smart guy by experienced workmen at NOR sporUng a permanent wave: alright, but he has no way with glrlJl, 01lt of the Unl...erslty of Michigan medl- :'Dld you, by chance, ever get one LEHMANN PHOTO-FINISHING. DANIEL FLOTRE taking HULDA Is too serloUIIllke, and'he knows too cal �hool: and Stewart �wan:I: White of these so-caUK! sfde-hllI �ugers?" STUDIOS SIMONSON tor anolher walk: ELDON He kewl e were and ranklin Ad U 5 F p, ams "We:lI, I came mighty nigh getting P,rkl.nd Merclntile Company much, and they are sort of scared of ANDERSON sending the Brookds'le him, from the given their w 1ng pa l s pen ' ago when lt not really, seafl!d, I mean, but one· once. It was years ne b IS c n --t �; �t ,�: irl:n��� �� ;��:;tf;t� ��I� �!�� :�t;t�� c����.ef:Sh�:nsa;:rslI.\SUtuuon �f1he�w:r:��tgl:���b�::Ylo:e,�o; t-----...-m -·bo . . Saturday noon-c:ame back in the wee and lowdown, I have. nice, curlyo hair small hours Monday morning-rather and I am kind of 'Ignorant like, and At the OnlversJty of Nevl\da. seIf10rs 9' · 'urity S...... ;::; ;::; ;::; ;::; ;::; ;::; �::::t -:;; = ;::; Un'·.... long new year: "CABTY" SWANSON.'S that: Is wby many'of the plS,Uke. me. only are' prlvtlqed wear �breros Parkl.ncl l.,ber shop "B�anket code" doll bravlnl the eleDahl Grocery Co. then I have Iota-of money too and. .nd mustaches, and ments to come all, the way to Tacoma And Puk...... . that helps a lot, Girls mosUy like to Co"f��nery to .nd hear him slnl Sunday nt.a'ht go places with a tiuY that atnt stuck , !he Unlveralty of MaJne offers a In the concert, Ice ' In cream making, � school Ilnd afraid to blow in a few bueta for a , CEO, KNUDTSON. prOp. e At UTe bUllinHS session of the Choir dlnn�r or taxi or somethm., !u�:'�he� l't'e C!=isO!n: o� tr SELVIG MOnd�y. Jesae Pfiu.ege:r was urianimoWl- Before I met Susie I wl!nt with a lot Iy elected president. and for the o[flce. of otber girls and they II� , were all Important product., ot .seefl!t.ary.irea.surer, Evelyn Motl5OJl swell dames, all e:leept Al1c:e �der. Detroit uni�ty. � an eN'OUment Brookdale Cash and Amy Gilbert were nominated, with tongue. She waa mean and stuck·up. of 77 men and ssa wom�, She Is one of them educated damea, Importers of Norwegian E\'elyn winning out" as urns , a e up e thdr t Market noeea t v l')'th1nc J;"rom ' Ban . - � ta Monica Jun1� COliere Cod Liver 011During the holidays 8&!rte Torree- She poked tun at my �pelUna and tnm� e dm papers: A taxidermist I.a a kind dale II:nd Evelyn Eklund worked": at er and the way I draw in my soup. And of thick for; a to.reador Is a really b&d. }{Vel'lue and , i I th Tacoma Comer pleue I as eat I say he�'let right at worked B)'f:rs Vlrg1n1a Kress's and , ltonn : poollnC� prac"'.Jce 1ndulpd In l' ot I Str.t, Tacor:na' Wash. the Metropolitan. GAdand OI56·R·2 · =� tu' young meeD abOut town. :� :��e:e� �: ��:t�::: J, A, IRWIN, Prop� Tel NAJa, 7114 At DUnols St.a4e Normal Untversity. at her, she got mad an"- told me that In ': recent came Oeorp N� �ft vIa1t the all my funny stories were nothlni but halfback of the Un when' half a dozen felloW! of ty lVftSl t ' , Detl'Ot aDd unnies f ' the from got I trtat junk the . t . ct. wlthout girls' dormitory ea a 80 yard pus (, men caiu1tdata drop their namp Into .t,ahowt and that she couldn',t under· foou.JJ tam.. lUpped left eD4. ' . . a' punch bowr. whereupon the fellows I�d how students could fall f� lIUch' to Btu Donovan, . 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Me(' 19) F olO) McGhee Lensk tI3) Jack (91 0 Willard G Hudson (8) .. ... 0. ave. Substitutions: , derson. Monson (4). Johnson · ( 6) . __ In a fagged. low 8COring game which Inson; GJI.J.C.-RumpUa On January .. the second foun.d the Oladlators sadly of( fonn. Lab�k. Bednulck. met American Lake. beating Referee: oeorte W�. 26. At this meeting the

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Chooses .. Reunion of Alumni Mission Society lesse Pflue,er Ptetident Will Be Feb. 24-26; At the ml"eU�g of the Mission SO3 Events Scheduled ciety held last Wfodnesday ('\'(',1In,. --

Pflucg('r elected to ttte prest�('nc�' of the group for the sp'rtng ;r:�:'nl��I::��:I���';:;;� and Arnold Ortmi�md. tl"C8-'lurer. lAst semester 's officers Included- Walter n I e :� :�dr:���a:;:�: i� �:! o�; or oUlcl'S named. Prof. Xa\,ler add�s.sed lhOlSe present at the meeUng on �tb African m15slons. FMlnk £1l1ot played two trom:O:�:;I:�:;.-;�h\��: ���n: Nordls Arneson as re.specU\·e accom_ panlsts. Ju<;('

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· den !. She w1).l fin the vacancy left by Rachel FUnt. who ...1t.hdrew from 1933 Sum'mor Sosiion AUlh· . ' school at. the o.pe�ng of the spring orind ; No S.,. lo bo Pub. mester. � the others who ....ere. . rid nomlnaU!d for the position c.ould flot lished This y•• ;..... Accord · be votro on since they are practice Accord�ng pinos no\\' under way, le(lchlng. Georglanna. being the only ing to Tru.iteei' Action !he annUal ([Ic Lutheran College other candidate. received the ontce C. S'U,'�I'�n of SeaUle. repre· alumni re Ion ....111 be held at Park_ without a gcneral election. land. Fl'brual')' 2�-26. :rhe Prh'llege cards were lMued to the �nting the Columbia COnference of the . program, as Synod. wII.$ made a regular AugustRnR n studenl3 last ",·eek. under the direction ��� t�}� �_ �=:. ..�,:��: �=�� of the Board of Control. Anyone who Y,?ting member of the Board of Trus­ .' ....1th Drama Night. a banquet and �has not receh'ed his card tdlou1d t('es of PRclflc Lutheran Colll"ge at the board meeting held Tuesday' of thb union sen'lces as highlights or l"'ents · either Clarence �n or Kathryn John.. week .. at lhr home of President O.· .A. rocheduled. Ttnge18t.a1:, This action Increases tht" Fe�th1ties will begin Prlday, Feb. 24. e al l r with the first Drama Night presen � I Clarence LemmIng 16 ' Girls Receiv'e W. · :�� ��.� � ��:.....�:. �� :::�ta�:: ;�::: d Idl'nt o( the Northwestern District of �� :;r l�:e n��:.u�� :�u!�����:�� . H. eads Drama Club ' . A Mem A*-=...; ' be' rshl"p the American Lutheran Church. I IIlm- will be held In Parkland. Saturda}' l'\'l'ning. ....·Ith Ii theme or opLlntism ntJI hl.!; church on the colse In Drckie Lel�nd, M�ry Nash .Receive :; ��Ya: : : errii� n'<;"I Officen Electe� .at . Th,r��� ..'n· .. P · 1 'T'"hm" A' 'n,," mn "'. Offices; R�chel Flint's Croup . Fint ,el'ul.ar Meetinl' of Sporh At this meeting ....·as authorlied the .......... ann. un..'''''''' .h.' ·th tot.al �()I;t per plate shall not exceed Wins Fint PI.ace for Frid.ay's PI.ar , ..Rev. E. M. Heal' of central Lutheran . Crou p'.: Ol g� Oyerlie I s President. 19'33 .summer seAion. be held under r . the direction of Dean Philip E. Haule/ lorty «nts: so that e�penses for the Church in Tacoma. Is gtvlng h1a serv'\ . ��' alumni may be cut to a minl-- m_��:\���d:e�::trsC ':I:= ::m� ���:: :t:�!ea:nlnmt::I:�:fc�:: At��:��:I�c:e:' � ��t=o::e�: :�:se�t::e���:e��u:: e f ::::: �� Alumni wUJ 00. SUnday fore- ! mlng will act presidentI for the com- (or thc benertt of the Emergency 'FUn . d. first rl"gular meeting ot the oryanlza- lege during the school year 1933-34 was �n lor a dlvtn . �Ice In the Trinity Ing semester. Dickie Leland was elee.ted During the last lew weeks. Reverend tlon also lIS5ured . at· the <meeting. l U ie Olga OVer esday held last T . Luthoran Chul'C of Parkland. Re\" vICt' president. and Mal')' Nash seere- Hegge has delivered several lectures: In .....111 th.! prl'Sldeill: Evelyn Monson. The board reterred the question of T. O. Svare. coll�e pastor. has inVited l tary-treasurer. t� announced at. the the �.merlcan Central Lutheran Church, vice be . In wider circles re�dent ; Mary Nash, secretary: seeking accreditation Rev. Theo. Oulhaugen. pastor at South. meeting that Rachtl Flint's group won Bellingham. LIons' Club. Belllng.ham, and Eplla Johnson. treasurer. according President Tlnge!JSad. with power to Bend and Raymond. and a P.L.C. alum� first place In the last Drama Night I and Ballard Lutheran and Immanuel to the results act. The reports from Paul A. Prew; election. le of u I nus. to delh·er. the sermon. The Cholr presentations. .. Lutheran Churches of seattle. Anna . Only 16 g1rls earned the necessary and .Irene Dahl, rupecUve commlttH has also been �\1ted to sing. The three one-act plays presented Mikkelsen has 8..SI51s� on two oeea- 156 points . for membership. and will cbalrman ar'!d Development As5OctaPo�er students who expect to at.tend last Friday e"enlflg 'U,'ere receh'ed by a slons, and Paul Preus. Sr.. who Is In be Included. as charte" membe� of ·the lion Secretary. on the rellultll to date or a.re u rR't'd by Ul.ose In charge to notify falr,siud audience. Marlaret Wesson charge of the 8.lTRngemeot of the pro· newly organUed athletic group. AfU!r the activltle. 6f the Emel'lency COm­ either Irene Dahl. president. or Ru1.b dlreeled "Not Quite Such a Goose:' a grams. ':las g1ven shott talks explaJn- this. girls wishing to join will be reo mlttee. ot tltteen hundred. stated cub F'adne.ss. secretary. at Parkland. comedy which Included In Its cast of log the. present slLuation at Pac�n c qulred to earn more points. and must contributions to date amounted to t3." Stage Steppers" OUbert Sydow as.AI- Lutheran ·College. The programs wm be initiated. Girls who wlll be c"iJ,llrU!r 040.44. The Board 11.150 authorIted the the proceeds going members include Olga. Overlie. Dlckif: continul'd employment ot Paul A. Preus bert . Bell. Florence POst as Mrs. BeJi. continue wltll' all Band Rec eives 3' N ew s��� :� 00 the College. . . c u Ka to e o mI Members This Semester ���:�: � . �hl�P ��!:;· ���. �::� ���:�; ���h :�� ;":����:::�ro� �:::e�ec; � Roe. Jeanette Knutzen. �rothY Peter� and related proJectli. duties and comWith the am\'B.1 of 3 actdJt10nal re- Pearl Homme as Ha..zel Henderson. 36 Students Rate son. Allee ANnes. Ella Jo�n. Helen pensatlon 00 be del-l'rmlned by a speccrults. the band is upecU'd to a.c:con.p- TrYg\'f' RU�old toolr. the title role i "The VloJ{n Maker of Cremona": ScholastIC Honors Collins. Helen Oa�bell. Vlrg1nla-Boen. lal committee. Th15 ' means Uiat th� Iish much during the sprlng semester. n Jennie Lee and Jean-Marie Fowler. depression has not 41"lerred the Board a.ecordlng to Le\\1s O. HunU!r. the In- ' Mar)" Nash played the part of Olangroup decIded to ttave d�ts of from facing Its full res�nslblllty restructor. The lack of sUitable Inlilru- nina. his dau8hter;...FlUppo. hJs pupil. For Fall Semester 25The eents each t.emester charged the gardlng the .future of th!! college. Memmentation has handicapped the band a hunchback. was portrayed by Clar., member'!! . Plans are under way for a bt>rs likewise listened .....Ith approval to the took during the P3St term. according to the enee Monson: Bill Whalen From the reporu of final semester party. which will be held soon. reportJI on the management ot the enInstructor but' he eXpecLII much more part of Sandro. an apprentice. egis ' the "Drama-tics" �;:�:s . j��::: ����:� fro : th dowment lund and on the status of the the last play : . , t: �� of the �oup this semester, with the � , en II ev Ord�l. c ' Ex�Pr",� pr�n� " H1ra.m Jones' Bet." In �hlch earningofhonor3 ratings.ntsIn the dor,,?ltory funding plan. ! foUowl.ng members: R . college A.coordlng to action t�ken by . the Comels-Norman Jensen. 0 I J I e C1arence Roen \\'U Hiram Jon�; Ellen department Victor Knutzen led the Ust Chapel ,n Spe��s C L. of P. ' recelvlng Q\1aIe· and Clarence Opheim; suo- SOley. Mrs. �atlld}' Tripp: and Rosa 011 � z:fCOmmendation of the f'�r atudents by . Our Savlor'l. .BOard an aver-. Rev. J. O. '-. of honor Ordal· of ulty that the sara be not published thl� phones-Don ReId and Ja.ek Hudson; Dahl. Clorinda. . 83 ted Ll ��r:high: Lutheran Church or BeUintbam. �orm- year, there will be no yearbook for the ;:: 2.76 drum5-� Monson; balis-Clarence InU!nnlsston numbers Included read- ��h :fn 2a�e�CO e Monson; trombor..es-Prank Elliot and tnss by V�rgl.nla Davis. and saxophone IItudents ranked high. The complete er presJdent of Pacltlc Lutheran CoI- 1933 grad�Ung clasll. Howe.ver, a com­ solos by Mr. Hunter. Cllfrord' Opheim. lege. addressed the IItudent body at fPtlttee ·will be appointed to gather mao ltst'lncludes: their chapel exercise FrIday. January terlal for the next volume of the Saga. I CoUere . 1.3. In his addrf'Sli, Rev. ·Ordal .ta.ted presumably . to be .published next year. ,t)8 Studena Attend School Mountain Trip Jan. 22; ctor Knutt.en . . .2.83 tJ:'&t under God. our school cannot fall, The que.Hon of a PQSIIlble cho�r trlp. ..... Hiki�g Tobogganning" Skiing Eating Are Features :: Ll . .for careful con7 6 2 . r: � ....... ...... .... , though OpposltlOIl. 'In a financial way referred to a committee r . i�nUnued on Pake 31 ' :::::::�: 15 depressing. With a shout and a CI}' they're 'off, Chamber of COmmerce. Ken Roe.c.h Vlrginla Byers "_'. ' . all 58 of them bound foc the moun- !eemed to carry of! all honors . fer Margaret e n ................., ,',.,..',' ., ..',,,'... Y . W s&a keteer; Alter Game,. ' taln for a day or' winter llporta and PL.C. far pltchln&', catching. bat.- .Lororai e Thoren ..... . .. . . . . . ... ' . . .. akima Coed, Entertain Btu . . Boys Hope Home Girl, Take Hi�t Given by Rival, � �etS�o���: �:::rMeclure . . .....................::�::: good ume. That'll the way thlnp. were :::�� when I.tudents of PadlIC,.��� CO!: Ing u,e'only man on our team. Holmberg'. the wltUelt so deeply Indebted to the dutiful :Yak!Harold Vlrgtnja BOen lese lltarted on .their annllal trip to But eve"body ina glrll. "Spin the botUe" and �'r Stan Score's the pretUest pre.eent In fUll Nellie olson . .........2.33 . ac e n up :=�Cl=. :.��ca:�=e: ��":r �:!�. ':::::: _:::.:::::::::::::::::::::::'::::�� At���;:t� ��:;e�::'=�la �e:�u: nO::-=::: �= . ��;:-:� = �)Iet e b e l a m e �or up ���t$��s ior d!:: :.,:�:.�� 700���/I:: :=� =:::e60!:: :::.:::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::�:: ����:���n:urw6:r ::: �:� :� �:::,!==�:�:�� services conducted. in the recreaUon all had to be there to get their R8.chel Flint .................. were not ....ed .to �o. the dilbeIJ-the ... ..:1.18 boys have their OplniOM or' the P1&. room by Pres.' TtngeLstad. ' sophLsUcated taces intO the m� plc_ Freda Hendricltaon .. .. .... 2.18 tru, and it all can be lummed up 10 YOUD&'.ladiei eecorted their gua:u In a " Some. people' 'caled l It &1nI1ni. but tUres J4r. Preua 'toko of' the "P.DI" tor Stanley Score ..... .. .................. . .....2.18· the·UtUe but meaningful sentence �Ge(, 'private car to the � ·ataU9.n . ' :where rond but I&d .farewelll were 0_ Jeaoette Knutzen anyway thert ..... .a lot 'or 'noIae OIl eoUece advert.l.l1na. ........... ..N.2.17 but �y had Iota of sc;.hooi spirit!" the bUi thin,. Up. One of the �leNII� Inddent. of M.arJ. Lou Preu& :... ...2.10- .After the Yakima 'Jun1� ColIeve pt"eSRd. the aida or to- .the day ",... th&t. In wbleb a lIk11er bit Prances Andrews Everybody went .........2.10 1· boys had won our Q1&d1aton Jut ·And cUd the boys appreciate the Idndboga.na arid. b&d a emera1 good time EI&f:Cl )(onaen and t.b.mr � U:1 pole Jean-Karte Pqw1er .. ... : .....2.OI f'riday n1ibt, a P'QUP of pll � neM ShOwn theml Tbey aJ1 .. y th&t. up. � lien ·tbej weren't M:Yin&: a loto .1fUle WllUamI' leg', �t throua:b wUma O'Brien ....... ...... .2� 'thai !Chool Invited ttve of our �� � I� should be a leMOn .. well as blnt mow filht wtth wboee mow- �boot. We said everybOdy ..... there Horman West.Ung ....... . .........2.Q6 the home of ,of !;be JOWlC" ladt. to the Padt1c Lutheran COUtee pie. '1::ia11I 'were too iI:Vd. Durin&" the" atter� fOl' the eall" but H.ue,I ..... 9Dly p&r1. .C&n1e Hv1d.dIne ···_·.N·.·... ,........2�. to. apend a jolly. eve� 1o" 1AID!' and I ADd apln, au hA:ll to the y�-1;ltJi ........_2.00 . tor rer�nta. � Votaw, Man �� .tbdr \houtbtr� .�. _, .� a poup �f 01ad1ator boys had �Io �. but not in mJ.nd---be- Ka.thrJn JO� ...... .. mowaboe.� pme wtt.b a II'OUP Ihe at1l1 does not remember mueb June.L �baclc .... ........ .2.op Sc:ore, Qene J� "BIll Ho�, aDd _tl bunp Ute that .wtilcb. � joy . . ot. men repreaenttnc" the � of the trl'!. ICQntlnued. on ,Pace ") .1�y Fsdnell are the � who feel Intn the heart.I or � P.IaYeTa. . ... Officers PI.an Dnlm.a Night . Banquet and Service for Former Stud�ts . Who Cdhering WJI Att, I� ' I

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H.-. "II_ J. J. . • II: NatlODal COUDdJ" (or the Saturday. hbrua.ry ll. ..... ae t by .the aemane Lut.beran Chl.fth. ae.�. I.a Rew. Svenson. Rev. H.,I. and •• UV v. oft the " - .� . . of War, pr en Jon eem� �- SWlmmina Club at a mee� held the ttnt repreeentatJ� � .the, Auaua- . .Th� annu&1 heine Lut.he�n..pollece M Ct.,isteMC,. Addr... Student Pn! on for war .prev t � Lutheran en�O!l "' MoMay noon as the date toc" the "nut tan&. 8fnod of �e f:oulheran Church. to, nta�t w'� obse� at Cent si , on mt:ana Vititin SchoOl BodY While _ Mr Thu m chapel. ay In , _ _' . iwtm to be held from 7 to 9 p. m. at the be. an offici'" member ot. the Bo&nl 01 Church of T-aCOftla Jut· Sunday • even- . omlna: nd Handaat.u tokI. of the stupidity of war, Y.W A Pm bn �kes � tl . Inr, .teat� ;:E ,e ·COu by . . �ncert by the. "C!,olr of c Lu he e e .C . lowtng sw t there Rev' Ernest ., Svenson, of the P1n. t and the enormou.s coets. 10cludlnr th� 11'11" �e atu. of the West. · �. J\ Ha Maller, whO llpolle be a Party a( the home or Mr. ' In t.hla �paclty, be � . Lutheran hur eb or T&ooma, Re..": E. millions or llves which were aacrt.tlced Reid tot a th.oIIe hd" p Jn w attend th Wlm' dents Tuesday, streu.ln,t e rel&t.loa. at .U;le :hapEl exerclses lu ' mrsday. U M. Hene Of Central Lutheran Church. during the WorlCt Wa.r. evenh' ship of . true Chr1atlana to 'their God, spolle b�efJY of the� on of "'ars. . The prea1dent app010ted a Tacoma, and. Dr. B. M. Chrtatenaen. "At t.hla t.ime, when the world 18 10 tee', to arra.nse ' tor entertalnm Or. SWUlaOn Wfoll for t:n&r!Y. ,.ear. and he will speak there more. lully of ent at professor of . phllOIOphy at AI1Pburg the . banda 1 oa 0 an econOmic_ jlepresa.i , Mr: Reid's home,' conaistlng·of. Jet,n e ubject next 'Sunday evenlnl. 'nIe . ette l!ree.1dent of the ;Cok1R"1� Conterence, �oJl�,,Pdlnnet.pOlta. � amon, vl&1ton tour thousand mllUoaa or dollars are Knuu.en. Clarence Roe Tr"Ywve &\mi- and at. present ta Its �urer. He has . r\ given by. the ch'olr lollows: . n, . . :��a:\:�n recenUy in c�l ex- spent each year for war p� :.tIul Bavlor" Chrta Uansen In vokt'"'and Jeue Pfl�eaer. : • 8I!!rved .tl).e.church Of which he 11 ;>astor� " aut . ...... the united Sta.tes alone, approz1mately Ray for . Bolo ,by MIldred Momon de'fll .ye l" H . u n Hln a l Monsen; Mr is a . Reverend Sve�n, who spolee Jan__ a m1Won dollar ta spent for the 1l&V)' HIrhbY � e s Tne· memberahlp of Dr. _�. " � Heaven Above" .,. . Chlrst.l�sen Mr. Bee!!! wU1 GlTU'lIe ua y ad f ic the ie dou ' r 28. b � r hta top ti' each �y and another mWloo each day races' dUrtnr the swim . .ncleets at 15e th! board mara the culm1n.ll. Uor!. o f "N.llht and a Lonely Star" Chrtat.lf.n.sen. vb.lon of mao , first the outer v1510n tor the army. The Leacue 01 Nat.tona 'dch ar on sale from Osc&:r' Incidental Bolo by Walter Us� Ander.aon, )'Hn of errort. to have! c10eer cooperae "hlCh . talte. COIf\laance of material and the �odd Court a.re: two �t.ltl,lOIltJe,n. Sydow, Satrie Torresdal, ' and t.lon between th� No� Lutmran "Blessed Is He" thin,? and secoad. the splrl.t and sig- d . . _ Soderman ons whlch .ba.� done much to pro- Jean.Ma.rte Powlft". Ch�h of Amer1ca azict th e Aurwlana "HOsanfia In the Hllhut·, Soderman ' . nlflcance in them. He po1oted out.. Lhat mote world peace and our natJonal Synod ot' the Lutheran Church In re- Anna Mlkllel5en: ch : :e;�I1�� :��=t� =-=: C::: � S:ga.rd to �Inc �thera.n COllege, ' aecteemer" Oounod I d Carpentier ' h1InseU, and not c� In his aur· �C tlons and to learn more about them," IN 'I1I1! ClASSROOM Lewlll 0 Hl.tn�r roundlnp. . 'sta� Mr. Hanclsaleer, In the adminlstntlon 'Of the "The Deluge Salnt-St.ens . "Why III Amepca ' . the . C<!niral State Tet.Cben College 11 reocraPhy and "hither " Romance" d'Ambroslo subject of a talk liven by d � �. showfQg the world that It takes more claan. chanrea have been a.rtt.h.metl�". � I Wfm made. �. . " Alli-gro Brilliant" Ten Have . Hegge, J!n. 240, 10 WhJC� that . _ _ '-_ than � fire to clOse the school. When. Bardon II DOW ,t.eac.hibr �phi, America ta great u sh�� . _ been ''':' . . 0 e . " leh .)(1M Fowler taua-ht lsat term ' rich In right.eousn and Lhat her � b l&ee of reop-a � � � .the �Inlnr -sc� wsa �nUy r80Rd In p phy M� Fowler I� Shi,le), Hecht I, N�"'ed . Has everybody notlc� how crowded by fire. the 270 trallilng school Chlldz:m tnehir. hlatwr: ·a.rl . greatness will riSe ILS her. rtgh�ess Preiident of French Club thmetlc formerly � Incre �\'e rend '. efge said, "'The the library Is at some perloda during were put on an emergency ac�ule 'Stum. . __ . . talv.!" bY Mr, ' . churc!:L• QI.. J�t La dolng more the day? But we can get J ust "sa muc� and .classes .were conUnu� �thout a " • • . Newly elected offlccrs of (�he French to keep wOfli:1 from rotting than studying done In tl;lere as ever If every- �reak. Thirte:en lnatruct.ors whoee 01· '. . .:oune lntrod.uctlon to Fine A . . ' flces were In the buJJdlng lost Club (or the spring .semester are Shiraluable any ?theri Iru"uUon on earth , v Y_ one cooperates b_ helng quIet. Dr. Chrl.ste�n sP,Ote Janu� 16 oa prtute Il��es. Ft!e thousand ley · Hecht, P!'efld.!!!l t;· P1oren� Post, the mlMlo Vof ChrLaUan teachers In , manuscrip Irreplacable P. vicepresident; Cerrle Hvlddlng-, a.ecre­ has ts twins. L. C. At last They're 18.000 � sp�ad1ng their splrl.t to others. Dr. the Opheim brothers: Clltford and of tools and machin�, recorda or 1,000 Mr. Pf!...:to:r the stUdents will learn tary-treasurer; and Margaret Wesson, to Appreciate the beauty III art. sculpte n d e ht t I c n tUft. �e .lIlee. =D� �h: : � u;:e:�l h � p t���� �: �no���7�e/�: h7 a: :� ��. :ti �:; =;� ��� : � • • • . reproduce life, In reality, they are here proCessor might set the wronr one. chel FlInt, 1n the orde'r of o.tflces named, . students have lltarted prac. for the purpose ot reproducing spirit. Most of the scbool ' thinks they're a Students and' alumni of West Texas l Several Le Cercle FrancaJs meets e&eh P'rIice tea.chtng at P&rlcland and other . quiet Ralr. but ....they make a big noise State Teachen Collese, Canyon ��. grade schools. Amonl those are- Shlr - day noon .In. r:oom 5, and new students have a.rmed t!;lemselves to do �ttle for noon. In every are Invited by the offlcen to lly s cordia ley Hecht, Harold Meredith, FtaQces 4 New Boa,din Student A.Jma Mater. The 43rd Texa.s Sta.te '. -' ta that a stu· Andre90'5, Ethel Hagnw\, Olga Overlle, Join. The only requLslte With thr� new students In the boys Uli!- Rudd Just couldn t stay away Legblature s Joint COmmittee on A.J oI.llns Ana"e dent Ienow some French or that he be la Ja, AlIce vnes Helen C Olad you re ba.cle' Lila ganlzatlon and Economy has a propoaJ cobaen Edgar Larson Dlclde Leland taking It at the Ume he Jotna Mn dormitory and only one In the gtrLa from school try ch to spells present the the wh end of J to pull a tade-out on us and don't Spencer Mrs' Bondy is the facUlty advber the populatlon.. of bo&rdln' students has � college Needless to say feeling La run- Carl Mifon\ Arthur ag n __ ' y WIJuor pencer an:��, ' h..� nlng high not I!"Icreued a great deal with the

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S. . sees 'j:on !.he first Pme from t.he'LuthYet leave it to Coach Olso�e' is sh.apin, out a 'nice q'liin'tet ta.J.J:led tJ:Irough the vreaLer part of the could not seem to tathom and ' dillplaye<! erans. the Oladlatonl are .setUflg their caps for Ihls contest and hope to wiPe from the .rest of his squad. Of cou"e. th.ey dr.,ped a hot contest first halt. 10 the '&eCOnd half. the .U)e nicest· passing game they have . to Y��im� Junior Colle,e. bu � what �a� you expect of .a .revamped Yakima boys came ..1 th a'rush to,e�ri shown this lICuon. . OUL the early defeaL . orlanlutlon1 . ee O ' . tfi� and jump · I nto point 'The LUthera� slf.rted the �I a two· . S·. ' "S. al=�':;:;:tI�-:t hr:.s ::��:e ��� a q:ailnge and may not present such a I n te�collegiate athletics have. at the present. developed to the lelid t¥hlch they hel� U?W. With about !hortly after the ope�lnf{ whlstle: ..hen strong team. Nevertheless COa.ch.Olsoo extent that they are one of the strongest organized forces in the s1x minutes remainlna-. they went on a Jack" COllnected "lUI the hoop by a I.s ,"'Orklng hard ..1th his men In an cQunt,y. The reason they are strong is because they are organized. scoring spree that put the! gam� sately difficult shot t� the sidell"". ;rhe ' ettort to smooth out the organiZaUon. A unified organization demands r.ecognition. · In the bal. Gllld-Laton: ran up • siX polnt lead be· . ' 1I=�:��e�Y �:t �::;:. :��� . BW"Iop, lanky sJ.X-foot-fOur. fotvi'ard tON', the vernonltes sc;:ored �d Inere.a. ' : es . n . s 'ere � n ' � Ju are i ior Stolte washin, of th.e Colle, In St i�I�a�tlon. �:� opponen the ed (·helr lead. the �me procreated· of honon scOring ts. took ..... orking M.artins •.Centr.al!a Junior Colle,e. Crays H.arl;Jor J unior Collele. Mt. . The ne"" comblnaUon'thaL ...'1 .i1 prob- Vernon Junior Colle,e. Yakim.a Junior. Colle,e. and our school. Not tor Lhe evening with t.�ty counlftS (n the latter part of the second qUai"· ably be wed in thill game "ill see �ne one of these schools' is r�eo,ni.ed mucty� athl.etics. because 'none wtllie Score was high (OJ the Luthera)s ter. the Invaders stole the ':how bJ mak· Jack at center. Hal Votaw and Stan ·are .organized, Their �thletic contests ar.e �ic:ked from any source with seven. poin ts. The play of Fad. log an lmprea8lve wurt.. ccm1ng Wlth1n five polnts ot the Oladla�ra. The half Score. torwards. and John Fadness and .where they. un I,et them, . ' . . . . " ness �t gua.rd and Jack at center rank: en .' Jack Hudson. guards. Althou�h Gene S S. i:led with... the Parkland qUint.e�. lHe!. . ed them as the. outstanding men on I Ing . . ' ' . ' Jack has been us�'as a forward all 21 to 7. PIcture to .yourself ho� much more' Interest would be aroused. tt.� floor. . ha.s � experience at the how much more publiclfy and r.ecognition .would result. i.f afl the . Lineups: In the third quarte'r ill" Vernonlta pivot L...anrshould feel at home ln Junior College� in the State com.bined to form a STATE J U N I O R P. ..C. iUI another sP�t. bu.t were offset' !t.a.rted m', Y.J.C. thl3 I Itlo� Stan SC:ore wUl till the C0LLECE CONFERENCE. I am sure that each one of these sc�ools Score. (7) RF 12'01 Bishop by the uncanny loni shot. Of Hudaon �aA::.�� �� �o;ar:;;�d �ta�ld� ��� �� �� � nterested in such. a step -if s�mebody. would start the �:,w (:) w ep :� 3 t r e I a g (2 . (6� ��:'= �! 7:,::as�t\e �::r :y t=p��! been showing up "'ell all season and effective pred&lon. with S. S. shota long (41 (6) .. .. Fadness RO Davis has proved to tie dead eye with his If you want . to see � real ex..ample of enthusiasm and spirit. Hudso:l (S) LO . (2)" Fields Trulson. ex-P.L.C: pertonner. �IUI unusual push shots. watch our girh' te�rn in ac'tion, The determ'ined air about them is Substltutionll: P. 1.. C. -Sanderson the star for the visitors, being tttgh ::: �:� ",��h 3 �:��;�7�=! �,:.:aI��0:� very impressive. but they do ma.h some aw�ul bees at ti�es. M::��:h��r' ���be.rg. 1� po�n��d :.�:� n Sh a D berg. 'and Carl Martin. All these men Co-ed Basketeers Lose followed c�osely with 9. . G H bo · Lo are capable of dOing justice to the art , rays ar r ses Lineup: To Pou.ltry elrls 25·19 Co-eds Sp.rkle to Defe.t (30) ML Vunon of basketball !lnd may see a (reat deal P.L.C, (lfIl -' Tilt t0 GIa·dl-·ators of action in the ensuing games. Fird Luther.n Cirls He're Score (8) RF. . . ( 8) Booth Leading at the halt by one pplnt. the . . . , 113 TrulSOn . .LF... (4) Votaw C I he Pacific LUlhemn College cage:rs The 'PaeUlc Lutheran Collese co-ed.s Jack (4) . C. CI) WlndWi :: ·�I��':.�n ���I:,�o��I:S::� Tclicked GIads Drop EXCI't109 ( 4) Frazer· .RO . .... ... (12) Hudson pertectly the contest with T Ollght lost a hard t game to the acoma tared m � betLer In their second game adness ( 1 . . 1 9 .:... .1.(L.. t4 ::n� and Eli sextette. 25 tA:, 19. Jan- Orays H",bor .Juntor Colle se; January ot the than In their fI�t. de- F Game to Loggers Poultry �.L.c.-M.a . ' uary 19. The Gladiator girls COUId not 14. and had little trouble In downing featlng e First Lutheran aextette. 36 Subt;tltutlons. seem to connect with the hoop In the their keen rivals. "defeating them 3S to. to 12. �e GI�ator girls held t�e �u. v�mon-Ol��re. The Paclrlc L�. College agera last . The Oladlator first string upper h throughout Ule contest and I S perlod� missing numerous shot.!! at "!arlY upset their home rival!! Januar:y the basket. plied up a score of IS-to 3 In the UrsL were not� threatened once . .during th.e 13Jhen they led the College ot Puget Both teams played a fast game and' half and the tlnal session ga.ve way to game. QUllity KnittinC· CO. SOund Loggers through a"torrid game exhibited a good brand ot basketball. the resen·es. w�o also outplayed the Coach Margaret Jacobson used two Le".r S....te'" Our Speci..lty . Jaysees teams aga.lru!t the Invaders and �th to lose 32 to 3S. The Lutherans led Hili. torward for the Invaders. was high 403 1 I th St.: Tstom... Wuh. The Lutherans started out from the teams proved to · be ertecUve. AlIce throughout the enUre game. but in the point performer ot the evening with opening � by sinking two ba.s.li:e� Roe. Lutheran torward. stonned the I_-'l.a.st few mtnutes of play went behind. 11 polntl;. A1me5 for the Oladlators and fromwhistle on thry>ughout the gBIl)e hoop for 18 point. and was high Point .. when the Loggers began to connect coming next with 10. Evelyn Monson held the then l .................... "',,.. ....... ...... ...... ..''' .....Iiil � (, hand Invadera upper The the OV of ball Olga player lle with center side game. outstanding played ' ",Ith the hoop QUite consistently played tast ball but seemed unable to coming next wl.th 10 counters The Oladlators start.ed scoring right for the Lutherans. STANLEY BELL i ;:;: connect ..Ith the basket and as a re- LIneup from the start. ot the opening Whistle Lineup Printing C omp.ny. Inc. � LIllheran tn : L t with them the sult P found C half l n fl P . F En t \ , oultry Tacoma {ts) (19) L.C and up eight points before COach P . TACOMA . RF_ (S) Graham : A1vnea (6) .....J 1111 Hill only three points ! RF Sandberg s hoopsters CQuid find them- Al�nes qOI The Jaysees started the second hail Roe US) (10) Bemard LF LF (4) M Elmer : MAIN 71H 1012 A STREET � selves -�bout this time COmmiifd A Roe f91 verson t!i.."..: C C MeFB:lan {y conn�ung with the �oop :!.:ring: Knutzen Logger for"'ard stepped In apd compH- Knut.zen I . ........ ........."'.. ,.., ....................... � Hogdahl l � SC Clark ng up 1. counters to e O ton Monson .SC cated the &Ituatlon by .sln.li:.lng numer. Monson able Typewrlt.era SllPPUea-� . .. .RO' Co�l1ns Fillinger 1'7. Kerr. Oray&. Harbor torward, kept CoJUns ...... ........ ....RO .......... . Saildburg ous shots. but the half found the Log. . Porath �. . .l.G McDonald Coach OI50n'� charges In hot water this POra� ................. .LG........ 1.. Llndeman Port All Steel .Plllnr EqUtpmmt.. gers trailing 16 to 14. period. playing an outstandIng floor Substitutions: . p. 1.. C.-Leland (5).. ' School B90u, Supplles In the second half. faster play was Sub:5Ututions: P.L.C.-Leland, Pl!dergame and chalking up 7 polnU; to hI.!s Overlle 110), Grande. Nub, SChland. J, F. VISELL CO. exhibited by both teams, The Luther- son. D. Ror.. Tacoma Poultry &; Egg- credit. He was also high point man busch. D. Roe. F1rat Lutheran�utherBooUeIla Ier.-8 ilOoen ans took advanLaie of the s)J.ur;.tion OJenn 141. 01 the game. .berg. tJndeman.,� Elmer. . Ne1!9n. otn.ce. �tan agaJn by holding'thelr lead. At the end '" Gene Jack. Harold Holmberg. and P hOD ' ! . of the third QURrter the Oladlators sUII GI.d i.to rs Drop C.me o.:::= the l d had R slight lead. With Ce�tr.li. J. C. by ���:ra: �se���:6 :;::: e�:h. Bonn.dele Beauty Shoptie ; In the last Quarter the score was Studenta: You are welcome to 26 25 �ore Here 1"a n. 1'8 Lineup: quickly Ueq. Jac� tor the Lutherans REPAIRINC came !n "bUe w&tUng for a .l-C: 1351 ( 18) Grays Harbor then sunk a beautlfu l sho� � make ,the Falling short one point In their at.- PVota";" street car .RF ..... m Kerr (2) BOYNTOt-l'S SERVICE score 23-21 for p.L.e.. The. contest seven·polnt overcome 'Ie&o tempt to (6) ....... ._LF . .. . (3) Brewer . � (��::� on Pacific Hi,hwiy hot and the score close until shortly In ·the last Ie.... mlnut.ea ot plAy. the Jack ' Eipert. PennaDent Willard (II) . ........ C OIL (3) H.anU GAS ' REPAIRING ' before the whistle. when Carlson for PaCific Lutheran COllege basket.eera Levtnaon OArland 0145-R-2 Wa"t1Dr'. Parkland · (4) ..... ·.RG.,_. . . ... .... McKay ,.............: ....," ''''''' ''' '''' ',....... .. .,' fast shoot- dropped their first game with Centralia Fadnesll (2) i:e Loggers starred. In · ..........LG.. .. . . .. ,. Murphy on the ��d ma�es SubsUtuUons: PadH" Lutheran"' �e Same ended 32-35 for the Log_ Junior College 6 ' (2). 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The l3Iadlator (trIi.Jhowed m rted At the ,oppoeI Safrie Torre.sd .... and �t Wee- tlon of the club members. the prest.dent the board," of ed.ltor5 re� uno. strotes. JIlProveme�t oy� the\; pre� pe�_ . I . and Cl&renee Lemm1n.& and Cl ar- Shirley Heeh� presented ·Mrs. PfIu"el�r .cha� ex�pt tor ' the ·.�nce 01 .. were relieved. In the relay. by a aroup of tormar:ces, Mtna . and ·�ooUnc :with p a . . Opl1elm; while C?'l the �f1rmaUve ' �nd Mrs.. Bondy with �fUI'e!I. Valen- . �ke-up edl�r tJu:Ouch thle 1fIthdrilwal �alr mennal�_ " . ell ' . . I es were exch anaed amona the mem_ '. equal eftect. . teams a.re Jean-Marte Fowler and Ba- n from school of Rachel P'l1nt. ' .-he) held This w-:s �e eXcltl�g scene In t;he Y. �ctle Leland I1!'On h1an. po1nt bon�. / bers.. . . her Feb. lei Monsen. and Johc Van and : . ' C? ,It. pool Friday even� 1 . !i with 14 marten � W.. . 0 of h e evenln this posJUon �t tall. ThIs � wlll W Por a m�� .sc.hedUled. .rottig to take dlvlnr leMOns credit. while Busier Roe" ot the � Walter Young. �·re. aU -..., ' 2 a . m mtttee compo dforofFebruary Bhtrley not b:e l&ke� �. ,of by the. depart- from The quesUon to be araued � t. co : se Harry PfI4eter. The way ·,he. tam and Jane Porter. Loner..forward. year Hecht, " Plorence 'Post, M w Jean · u� Po mentiJ editors. tumbles otf the end of the plant · 1.8 annexed 8' IlOinla �plece. ' Is: "Resolved. i.ha�' the United-states ler and Huel M,cmaen is should agree to'a cance� of inter_ lunch«m cJleIe ...'pria arrspe�er. � !I Reporters for the 5t}rlna staff will simply .supernobtroPshus. Just' TRY to The ' Pacl�tc Lutheran . with • specl.al ruest war debts." The men's nepUve ' . be Virginia Byers: EdP.!" Lu.D.d. Clar- sw� .on your b��k a�d· iO down· the conllnued the:lr w1�Il&. waYs- by def t t team from Pacific Lutheran met atr�. 37 to Tacoma ' �th' the feaUng· � : �' � ! ��: · �:' : � � ' °:O:: � : � : ence Opheim. Clifford ..oPhe�m. !tath' o a t fI b n a Cha pel Gleanm lyn Patten, ';P'lorence .Post. Alberta we did It .n�y · (and what a :way It 28� �e wu marted tty ' clever :;'�t f�::�� ����ce e __ . , bate here on February 13. No 1iFd- Many people go throUlh life "':lth Sehmltz an� OU�rt Syde:w. oladys· was. tbo.� Clarence �helm an�_ Ray ·teamwort on botb Sides. with the 0,l&dzI " . 5wenIand and 8&trie T�al �U. be Hlnderlte .even ,!nk so low In eight feet. im.tbltlnl more ability at 'h1tUI\I' the . slon was gh·en. J. lJerman !4&tt.Io t.o. faith and. hope dependent o� �aterlal the staIl typista. . . bot.- hoop. ' . II.nd charies Thomas. upheld the ·a . of water. that th.ey bO� on �e .. r ath r than on tho the e of . · ' e In the bualness department. the bus- tom. They dlan't have to empty U e r r the vtalUna team. thinp fl ma ve to · the,Pool Dickie Leland WU' aP.tn the shining ...c.... . . Prof. Pflueger announces that de- splttt.-Ha�e. tness manager and hill �I..ate. Carl tJ:l.e next day bea.use th� PltIf1l,l Pa_ lIiht fqr her team. runnlna wild to . . . bates have been- scheduled with teama Man is tntended tor .the\lIfe. ete.mal: Martin and M:a�t Weason. rMpec- clf�elte5 drank all b1lt:. 2 % lallons .hlch scOre 21 pOinta.. . . deep en�. from the College of Puget.Bound. GraYs so hb greatest folly Is to be satl.s�Ie:<1 . tlvely". wUl teep their dUOe&-. �lyn '91,,5 left '?l the The. lineups: " tn) F.L.C. . P s.-that handsome IIfe-luard sO. Tact.� !U) Hatbor. University of Waah1ngtoo with the thtngs of this world.-Pfiueaer. Irwin has been cho5en Advertising freshmen, Cen�apd YWma Jun- God ha.s set.. Us · Into the . wor.ld as Manager. with Clifford MesfOrd'as 'her ��9. one e� bu�Swede Wlllar(nn· per � Carmichael . .......... :JI'.. . ..J. AlYDe5 a is over ea v ol l L�ter the Party motor�. lor sk1dded) . .;::r : � !1 = :::J�s r:�= �� ::��o��:����ed. \\�I ���=:�te�� ng-:to Prot. Pflueger. The f1rs� I!.J� ca�e to eakh now. .....e wo�l� Evelyn Monson. iUt fall's a.salltant: :,�u�� ���:���ll:����n:a:::: C.hiOOVich .:... ...:.._.8C. .. ............ Monaon . !lCCO ... ...... COll1nI of th�jC�eduled debates will be held find Him too radical for our poUtics. who will be assl:,Sted by Jeanet!e Knut� nl fumlshed entertainment durtng �OI' ....... •...0.... Po here t&6nday ' .. with a team from cen- for oursoclal lirslem. and even for many un. the evenlna. Then came the eat.s. They C. . Evanson\.. .. ,.....0.. And..... Por&tb Although ll y new ma L.... ot our.churches.-Xavler.. tnilla Junior. CoU�e. Su l� co n , qe �: Bo. Taeorna- eraon, ' O . . were li:een too. and 50 the whole. party . . lJfe 11 ",?rth !Ivlng. wben we are have been for ced to cut down tn aii.e was 8" SUcceM (except Norman Westllna An�erson. M. Anderson. . p�C.-_ , or frequency. a.nd In many cues to spilled a cup of coffee. but what'i R .cup SChlanbwch. Roe. � striving for Chrlst.�LarsOn.J completely sus�nd pubUcatioa. the of coftee more' or less). (II) P.L.C. C.P.S. (18) . . A word. spoken today may be. the .....,P.... ...,..... .... Almee word whictvdestroys the Ufe of some Mooring �ut will co':ltlnue on Ita l4t'lI. WIlUatri,. . Jane's mother. acted �r . .. ' present . .Leland buIa as lona . as f�" wU1 all cha·peron. OrlsWOI.d � � person.-HaUle. . ........ =. h1ng a G co .:::�.... t . od �es . to us with e.verlL'ltlnr ::::� '�a!S �:d:= :�I h:'= �. D. = Girll .Pla�ning.: K:��r:n���a:ay� truth. and we choose to beUeve the fan- those firms which adv;rUse with w, ._ _ .. Tea to Honor Roe 0 . Motlten ortmea tastlc tales of man.-Pflueaer. so ttiat the Mooring Mast wlll be &tile Ofd,en ... .....................0_. �uaeh � Dorothy Lehman '31 visited P.L.C. . honor ' of th.-.me:thers, -' to airis 01 the .Subs : C.p.s.-B&rIer. Aldrich, IsatI. order n r -f Sa�or' r I PaPe Wll mll we t _ ·to t L'I Q� see I . Ls 10. l r ne bl-wee ly a Priday. February Dorothy teach continue a . look do� Into his Word and worM. here -at P. 1.. C.'· stated O. J. Stuen. Luther DaUI�r50f the Retonnatton Griswold: P.L.c.-Overlte,O.�. NUh. Ing at LOngbranch.. WashingtOn.. are pia Inl a sliver tea to be (tven on Dahl. Coll�. Porath. and there we lind him revealed...:...Jnhn- faculty' financial adviser. . Ma I� In the colleae reception too m ' i :::::: . �:::::y Av8Jon WoJIlhn '32 Is InstrucUng a son. ' ' . ' . ' Art"'\ngemenla. are In charte of commlt� 1·,-;:; :: ::::�:::::::::::: III not re�ect Christ as His town i iY�naslum class of women and older Let Rhos Enterta n Delta tees \ppotnted by the preSident. K!'th� ' ople take reJec us let but Him. pe � BR<)Oi<DALE girls at' the Qault Intermedlte SChool t art CI b 'W' ep U y ! ryn J�nson. Him Into our hear1a.-Xavler. . -- I . . ' In Tacoma. Rev. , { O. Svenson of Tacoma ' Wall r Be1ni bullt on roct.. don't thInk y.oil In honor of the BA RI SH OP __ Pep Club. a velenUne lu�st speater at the nieeunr 01 the' . ' ....... Ruth Howard '32 is attending Beutel shall eaeape the storm, but !mow that party was liven by the Delta �hO Oam� group Brookdale held February 8 at the home of thoUi'h stonns rage we will stand · o ma's Tuesday evening, Feb. 14. The M�. O. A: TIngelatad. with MrtI. i bon. � m:�:� �':. of '28. Is at.- against It because � has gtven us party WILS held In the reception room vlg Lt.:r&en ae assisting h08:t.eM. that power.-Pflueger In his 1 � tending st. Ola:! COllege. In a red a.nd white talk on. home mlsslone. Rev. Svenson' Now that we have tried everything .whlch was decorated . ,. . . 'Crocery Co; emphjl3Iz.e<f the. fact that m,lsslons 1.8 a else In the political I1fe of' our country valenttne' motif. M be o the alu 1 Taydle Fo ler. r. i Mrs. Miss ,?" Kre state· of the mind. Other program num­ M�ber UIII� ,.,ity S... at�:n r5p � C are �::e::�:: let us give. Christ a chance.---8lett.en · lor,MrsMrs. . Bondy. �rene Oahl. Mart et bers Incl.ude<l a readtn&' by '¥argaret w. . a and' Vfeav� Christ e mwt bout Mar ��ine� Nellle Olson Kath- In n. and Birdlne Knutsen ;ere Wesson and a v 1 duet .by Evelyn and � 1Yl} ::ten .Mabel Jenson. Ole� War- our lives and our· wort everY day. so "�:::a g boo Arthur�, Spencer.. Delmar Morten- :::;:t He may e�ter Into Btu�ls. gue:sslng games. and pllZ:Zles MUd� �onson. son. and Arthur Sivertson, all '3!i; and tilled th'e eve nlng. Margaret Wesson: We tI�i1 .. .., ,'a1 -',n-houaes a( life .-----,---�-'--, . Walter French '29. committee. In the world' today beca.uee tbe bulldera head ot the entertainment Parkland Coif Cou ... (Conbaed from pap oDe) a e � : :-�esE��;� �!� did not found the� on rock.-PfIueger 1'S hoies . : ::,��: s�pported IrisUtutlolll educational In attending �tudtnts C. 1.. P. Former ee v m t Let us walt God' s way-the h\.Jhway ' the College of Puget Sound are': Fred by the Norwertan Lutileran Church of Bafrie Tom8daI Helen Collins' Shh'le; . . of ·f�It.h.----Slet�n '5 from city Walter. Robert Reid. and Jo Hopp, America. In 1930 the national conven- Hecht. and l ren� Luldahl. tlon was held at Paril:land. whene Irene A 'light. luncheon "'was served. by a • all '32. . . -...... Dahl, now president of the Alumnl . As- committee oi Kathryn Johnson (chairANY' TIllE "AT ' 25c-9 15c 18 Ql,a(tys Jorgenson '30 is tea.ehlng SOClatlon("""as V.1i:� president of the man). VJ.ta1nla Boeri. Jane WlIllam S' CRIDDL"E . . $1 .�O ( Helen Oarbell. Dorothy · Winsor. and , . � Junior Hlgb SChool at East Stanwood. group. 1i113 Commerce . " ndln w Marian Pennie. F 'l orti CARR. . �d�r�� ToM&, : . Pauline t.arso;:;-b In tratnlng at LU�h�:::.h e�lIe: ��� t! year. w� awarded a trophy cup at his . '1Continned from ...,.e one) al Hospital. . the Tacoma �ner . . . graduati on from.high school, tn 193� for For the banquet 8aturd�y ev�nlnr. . belna the greatest lnaptraUon to his walters and waltresses have' been choll!='�tes.. In 1930 he attended ,t en from am�nr the Freshmen. Watt� Parl d.� B.rbeI S hop Brookdale Croee.ry Washington,State College !b"l! conven- resses will be Ardis Arhus. Pearl � STORE 'rylAT �. IT I ' . Con,:Jo;"ry" r o t . ·.Ba7. Foect. PaInt. DnIp, IIanI1Rn . ���. �ln!fth���a; . ": Par�d, W�n OEO. KNUnTsoN• .Prop. of ·Parkland. Walt bas several Umes Irf!ne Luldahl. virstrua Mancte. HUeI been .president �f the local Jeaaue. �. Monsen, Evelyn Monson. MUdrect Mon- .....,. . -,.. --�----. taua:ht Sunday 8ebool tor three ye� Son. Alice Peterson. Dorothy Pl!ter- IIf·..·..·... .........•.."'........ ·..•.......... •. ... ............·:.:" !I! SEAMON'S r- :t: :��!oo!,ur:i �;a� and is adviser of the Junior League: � son .' OUie �e. 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The Pacific Lutheran collece � finally broke their loIJl.na streak of IIeft:D 'sames when the,. downed the or.,.. 'Harbor Junior 0011* fhe b)' a -21-22 score on the tloqulam hlah school floor last nlaht. ' The Jaycees ·took the lead shortly ,,(ter the .lt&rt of the C!:!J1e wben they ronv( rud a co p of free Umnra the lead few mJnutea later. Then ScOre ADk � foUo....-up abot to nen the count. and a fe" mJnutes later lI)e Luthe� .t.epprd into the Iud from wh1eh the)' were neonr head�. and half time found them IHdfng .

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Saga Carnival WiU Be March 9 in R�L.C. Gym·

ManyGradsRetum . ' To VISit School ' at . '-nn�", · .L,{' .,..� a1 Reunlon Capacity C . wd Attend. Banq"et At. Wit ch Class o� '34 I, ReseN':! li=rt�:';: beR� n�hO::� ·

, . -) y . . � � . : P.... ;... Su.p.;" Spo.k,. ;. CC; d ' . ' . · · Drama 'Club Group . Because Mr. oe.n.I�1 ,Youna who · · .Sponsored . IIiaIf Mr. Edwr.nb prollLbN a bll and ,ood Alt I �h.dul"" '0Bce1dent ,pc.k I n ,h.", . "", In .n ' nt · ........ . f t.;. P",,'; Lo:n in&" automobile recently, the stu- Leaders Prese esday n e , Wean . ; ....By. Annua. I · Stalt ri .. uS' f'9l'odeuf. neSt dent body wUl hold only a b�lness 3 PI'ays. Feb. . 23 bMarcb 7. Tbe b�...' .m be...from . meeting tomorrow. Mr. Youll8. \\hO , ls . . -- . to 10:00 o'clock over ,tatiOD KV. the ln du.strl�l manager �or the Bank of lean- Ma'.i�. Fowle�·. <;rololp, Tai.. 9:" Thrill s . PromIses ' . . in Tac_ ' . � . . ��O�I:; m:,I:�teard::e:. the student Fint PI.ace With Play 'Dou�le ---. Elabo,at. and P ppy AH.i, , Cr�sed·; �rOlra� OpeM ���u: •.

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' � �:��ic: �:: ::;!�::�: . . Grads Plannmg Reu o 22 F. R. A. Students .1 AI....., ., . F.......... Activities . Spring n . rid n Register This' Term nl:ltf���:l:���" ::����='���� Wh�n the Gradu�Ung Class met for P.tC. 'Stud,nt.a Fri" nds , . . !'oeCOnd, And "The Decimal Point thjrd', the first meetLng of th� second semes· In . . . order t.Q 'lntroduce the Bqa more Library Book Re-Condltlonln, and the new administration of the,"Drama ter noon Feb 15 announceCampus Work' Are Projech f?r Clube presentedI It.!h first program Frl- ment'Thursday wM made of Ute �nlot.Clau pl�y ;����� st���s�u�r!tl��� thU:e Sa ,: P. L. C. Covernment AId 11��t eVv:�lr�Il �Ii� :n�u�����I:���, to ,be glv�n',ln the s�rlng, and Kathryn, on the �venlng of F'rlday, �_ 9.

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With th, ·,h,m,. '"I1>o�, M."" In th� Air," being carrI�d 04t, tlI� annual h e n :����:� C��db:�� �� �-:�:70� the affair and as a result, the'reunlon was a hUie success. aecord.1ng to Alfred "Cap" Anderson, president of th� group, As IU\ opening or the festivities, the , -- , Johnson, president. appol":tEd Vlrt\nla PlaM are being made for some novel program, Drama Club prese:nU'd three one-act As a resuit of the Federal Relief Ad· Ionntermission Dyers (c'hftlrn;uml . En;lyn Monson and Idea.s·to carried out� and' sot.h1a',enter- . numbers Included saxo- Wl Illa,m z er to serve on a committee talnmen'tbe I plays In the gym Friday night, TIle mlttL-ltraHon, twenty-two stude,nt.s w1ll phone . promises to ffer me origllo Lewis Hunter, acby Mr, be allowed to attend Paclflc Lu�eran &, conJu n so with the faculty advisor. event.! Included the bl*, In on Saturday nal and peppy all of wh1eh wUl , · Alumni dlnner In the college dining College for lh� sprlng semester by companl� , by Thelma .Danlels:, . e, Rnd ,the play director. to lend to maklngIdeas, Dean Ha2 the' patrons enjOy the nd n1a Byers, St hed by oa r c t · The slucharges. \ � a �� �lect th� pia)' and the night of prehall and a basketball game afterwards worklng for their evening' immensely. ' C",arence oo will do Il.'ork as outllned by the fng R m Only had � It.s east WIl- sentau,on. \ The eB.3t will be cho n by gene�1 cha nnan, Is arranl1niMODaOn, In which the Oladlatol'3 defeated &_ dents a pro_ l feRture of whleb school. and will be paid b)·,the go\'ern- IIl1;m Zler, Arnold Myhra. Mildred Mon_ Dean HaU(� and the director. se at�e PaeUic College, 40-32, the main will be' r1ven to the son. an� JeMe Pfluet;er. ·Under the dl,tobills. Arthe banquet a capacl� house of Ol'ilduaUod.onnouneementa .were con· gTam be Ui� skit to' be wr1tten b, ope of Ulic reetlon Mesford, lLfford of Jennie �, C their pay sch to ool appoin presi and sldered a d the ent ' ted, two The attended h�dred than more College u�heran PacifiC student Ross. Hazel L bod M�lb3 Svlnth. Edward , si s only students, of teen Im;tell.d committee conslstlnll.of oscar Ande,r. The skit however' ls only one of th�y a program of Whlch:"cap'''Andel'SO� was formerly announced , xthe quota lor this Bitter presented son (chaIrman). Hazel Monun,. JeMe many lote�estmg f�atures of t.he protoa.st�aster included.: a greeting by Dr, �:ese�c:��l � ��: t w b I o � " uble Cro d," mw c ��I�m�:��I�u�e�a� �II�:; �c�: 1:"�h��::� ��� ��I�r�� ;�; In' pruenting e � sse ::�;�:\: �r: h �� :ve:����,:�:!�;:e:: ' ' mops�:� Fowler ohose Ute following prinUng nn� , � �!: ����� te� made special pleas to the federal Jean-Marie by Mrs' P� E Hauge and Prof J' 0 Ed- state �round one general theme The as students ldon to be in the east E 'e C uota ment for gO 15 q i � ee P. L, . TIlLs : anna Mal'Jaret Wesson. editor of tl"e Saga, whole affair wards m n n s of t� e�tern to\ rne ually divided to J4r M.:mson Anderson, Robert Monson. Georg between boys. and. McClure. l and r�uested t!le special support of the 18 going to beaccording be q v cholq l' �l.eur by Eric Haukae:� '32: songs by girls, very ortatrlal �d th� Florence . Lila P Rudd, . b ost en ele of each eing admitted ss �e Gr U publleatlon:of ' carnival in t ng Cla adua r a ua t of Ronald M tln Clarence Acc ing to stlpul�tlons, twenty-fh'e O dt n e e who vLslt the are promlaed a ' Monson, Bob Monson and Arnold An· ord of th receiving this aid m t �:t�g I: �::� aclt of J udges, P the annual a'29 announced that 'all sen- rare treat, ' . t OR us P Y derson. numbers by the school orcher= percen ' lors mwt havf their plctur�s taken be- . The decoratiolUl. too, WUl be unusual . a I n d o tra, wel��lng of the graduath!.g clasll O�h�a::r:I��; d�:e c::y �: ���� Is �f'l�e�:\�Q��e�' ��a���:;ie ����� fOr;. �.:sch iCoaUnaed on Pale Threel p::�y �Illl discussed' tut no b O unde� the direction Ci! Prof, }Cav'ler, group tll'!t pl�ce: VI lnla Dyer's secdefinite plans were made, �: �==t. �n:--:rr:I����S �; and ,Includes � 7 Boy. Enjoy Ideal thl' re-C()ndltronlng and ond: and Jenn,le Lee s thll'd, Ruth Fadness, Marle Vandlnburr. Helelectrician, property manager, olI,g ate D�I. t and of library bookll. The boys are en Thrane. Berger Nelson, and Fred sorting BacItelon' Exutence, i s lr k t Scheel to the Alumni BOKd and Prof, �7 ��:a;�dl� ::::c��:' : !:�: �� =:U%����. �I�;I:�d ���e�;r� �::� C Mooring Mast Offer 'Siwek' Aparlment . J, P. Pflueger as faculty advisor. lYa.!tStudenti T,avel ·Aid "Hey, InMespunk, orchard so t at. a team of horus can Van Leuv�n . Lila Rudd, and Ferdinand ers and those who assisted Irene Dahl go It·_ ·your tum· to get productions' sucth� for d worke. Dondy the of top hili, fror$the Other down (ConUnll-cd Pa,e Silt) ss. Upon the club's decision. mlJl\eo- Through special arrangement.6 with breakfast, and It y,?u don't stir your projects of like natun 1l.'1lI be engaged I ce graphed programs were made for this bus. air. rail and steamshl� line.s, the stumps we'll. all be late for nine o'clock in at the completion of. this job, Mooring Mast and .Colll!fl1ate Dllest class," This from the Stanley, Berent· Farm Party in College I pres�ntatlon, have in�ugul'ated a new service ror Pa- son as he n;!lled over and yawned a 'Barn' on February 1 7 , Debates With Aberdeen . 1 �; , MH. O. A. Tin,elstad Will :,,:��ve:� ��ge:�;lIUon � lJlclt LUther;; College students and few �:mes Cause, Much Hilarit,y ,And U. of W� This Week Entert.in Cirl. for L. D. R: ��� ��::'\'1!�' lssue of ColI�glate 01- :��:e:n�h;ulouder and wtn:)ed Open Busy Se�son h� bl, Honoring those students entering P. . thfre, is a coupon .....hlch may be, toe (",'hlch protrudlnr from und�r ' yes- Th� next meeting of the Lutheran gest L� C. ror the first time, the studen� Holding Its fint offlclal debate filled out and sent to the offices of the, tbe'co\'erl�t" to scare a1UY,One of the Da1.:ghters of the Reformation will be Associated body pve a fann party in the gymnas· terday. lh� men'� negative team, John held �Ileglate. Press publishers, '''shack's'' pet .1IIes¥ March 6 at the home of Mr.I. 0, A. lum Sat�ay evenlog , February 11. Dreibelbis and John Van ' Leuv�n met ,wh1eh will brlni by re�urn mail �for- WIIlI� Zier then appeared: In the' . ad, SUitable, to th� ocCiWon, lh� room was Ja,�k Canny and John Oldll�ld. nngelst. The speaker mation on any particular tour a-1.ours door of the kitchen and announced J.n of the program wUl be d�ted to represent a tal'Je bam. A th� aUinnatl\'e team of Grays Harbor �. 'K. N. Roe of Olg Harbor, L. D, R. whIch the student or faculty !"ember his sll.:eet manly voice " BreaId'ut Is program Ineluding vocal duets by Mll- Junior co!leg�, second .� wish to take next summel. served in the dinln, ror lhls district. She wUl may key k'woman dred Mo�n and Mary Hudson, accom- Toda�', at the Unlvel'3ltJ of Waablng- spea on Alaska Thl& service Is designed to aid In to the rear." Ou� rolled silt ��py and the work of the lanning panled by Norman Jensen: tap dancing ton, John Van Leuven. John Dreibelbis, Shlsmarel that kttehfn to to tumbled the travelto and the he-men �� wUl t.alr.e mlEslon. Music ",111 be {ur- per to the scenic . by Anne Johnson with. z,-tne Shanan� Roland Swanson, and WIlliam Zier will and historic plllCt!S of chow. As a penalty, ,fO� late , r1a!ng. by Thelma DanieLs. who wm interest -"(},t the plano: vocal numbers by a 8irls mt.!t affirmative and negative te� nLshe<! r in th� count ies or aect.loM of Meslord had to make all the beds and I...o .soI a;.ve " group 0f p,:""" ... , trlo-MlJd� Monson, ZV-elyn Monson, from that school. the Uni� states· In wbleb he 1a Inter- aweep the '{ioor, and ·there Just had and Dorothy Delamarter; and a plano A practice debate WIlll held last Wedqted. There Is no eoet for this service: to. be som'� dLshes done (the'y wert-'all 11010 by Rhoda Hoken.slact, was present- nesday ,with the Colle,e of Puget ' rs. Davis Ch�n to It Ia fr�. 'AIi, students or faculty dirty nOlli, no�; r.avln&" been ,wllllhed ed, A«er-tht'group had ptaje(l carnes. Sound, the men'S negative te a lo Advise D.lta Rho:Camma members who might be planning a'trlp for three days), 1 suppose you'ii won , . . for Irene 8hal1and and Orville Behlan- debaUng, . 'next. summer are 11%'ied by thoR In der why John Red�n had to help. but busch' recdved prtzes for · their COIIi On J4ai.ch 8. . the wom n's aq�, At a TUn', ot the Delta Rho Gam- chal'Je to avatJ th�lves at thia op- h� wu'. on ' K.P. duty for nvme� tumes. declared m�t appropriate by the Huel Monsen. Jean-Marte wier, ElI- rna Monday, �bruary 19, Mra. Esther portunlty, to pin complete tnfonnat.lon rea.son. not to be mentioned b�. Judres, memben of the faculty. Then, nice ArnesOn, an� abrp esaon Davis wu chORn to be the new ad- on all types of travel and all pl&ees 'of �Muat ·you sln,-r rroahed. .echl�· , divided tnt..- groups. U10ae present pve will de,bate th�"t1raya Harbor Junior vlaor. Interest along the routes, planned. to ,Ronny Martln. "I know I an impromptu program. POIlowm.- the College lo Aberdeen. The pre&ldent.. EVelyn Irwin, appoint, Can't. slog, bur don't have to be �k1 Seven:1 . other d�bates are being � various ItOmmttteea for addin,i. the Dr. pl�ytnr " of "Parmer-!:D-the-Dell." ' . Tln,el,tad To Addrn. " . . ...�thful reply,·for freahmeDt.&:-home-made bread, sllPf plaru)ed for aU of,�� team.s'. tln1ah.ln, toueh� to 1m Day �m, hla forrot Ronny Society' Minion TonliJht · �es. and � or eoff��e� � �n������:: ��:� =. ��:I�:nw=:: !:n": = . At the �ojSociety. mee�, � =rn�ua�:�.!e �u:m;� A.IaIat1na- Kathr)trl; Johnaon, pneraJ 'I1lat the tnereued powers Of tbe PreS1- 8On; pUlowa, J4cona Byrd. Gertrude evenlnr at seven o'clock In \he recrea..: ·he spenda much of hla time. Thus . ,chairman, � t,be f,9Uowtnc commit.- �nt be �e ,a pennazlent po� tn' Brunner. and· Ruth �; !laY bed, Uon room, Dr. 11naelatad ' wtu sPeak, Uve.the aeven'boy' in the aeeond _.,. tees: � E'vel1n �. the Un1� 8ta... Karpret LIen, 14& � and and, plano ,eeJedJons will tie rendered ot "one of· Parkland's blftest buUdinp. ' . Z11ne Benaon;· 1ICI"eeD. Gertrude :8ten (�). IOIton Menta, Eldon An_ ., . - by Tbelm& DanJelai and Ida Thomp- The '·shaclt,·, hoftVer, fllla definite! der.on ani:!. Irme �d; �freSh- � ReJd 'u 'eti. Jo:urnai' beri, VlrIIni&. Bom.,and Ella J�; Jila9! in'. tbe IOdaI Ule of P&df1c Lutb,.. .ment.§. Kaz7 Nub (cIWrm&n), AlIce . J'ea\ur'lna' the prtIII'UD of the F"renCb plup �d lampij, Elspeth ADdrat an Those elected u'otftcen at' t he meet.- er&Jl" COUete. . as ' It 11 rumored that Peteraon, Rhocta Bokenat&d. lUi,:! LUa Club m�Uns 1ut Prtday. Pmniary 23... Clara Kuhilhaueeo. ' i beld on Pt!j)ruary · 14. were Rcl.and seventeen pre.ent � former P.L.C.-: dd H � ;���:ce �: ::-u: ���u�� �o � H:= �::'a=�cm::v�:m� �1:���:de:;e :=:':�� �:::"�u&ry':.' ..��It� 10 � . . ",d Evelyn I� P_Rtcd by, 'I1>e1ma DanJe1" .r uie <andy .... fo, _. N,.h'. _: d _� J<nuw.n. tit....,. . �� ":':_ ":' . . . . ./ , mcnt. the money

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We had occaSion the other evening to stroll along the campus r as the sun sent I1ls last wavering beams through the douds paintIng Perfection is · our earth and sky In colors of unspeakable beauty Beh md us walked. Gu�rantee a young couple. watch m.? the panorama In silent awe Said the young girl to her comparuon 1 love to watch the sun go down In child. hood I thought heaven was. where' the sun went a� night, that the See western sky w.as th� outer portals. and sunset. • !he time when .angels ushered new soul:; Into that wonderf';J.1 r�alm. . " . ' "I too. love to watch the suryset. said her companion. :9 me . GOlors are the languag� of God , and they .are �ev�.r so beaUtiful as . ' when nature herself paInts t�em. My greates.t JOy IS to roam around , . . the woods and the lillls. to IIst.ery to the mUSIC of the forest, to t�e . � irds and the brooks. and to behold the glo� of land and . sea as MAin 4493 . . nature sighs . ben.eat� a s,�ar"t sky. Such experiences are to me the . 304 .Rus.t Bldg. . Tac�ma grandest of inSpirations. . What a sharp contrast to�v�ation of this young couple is the frivolous and· meaningless jargon that characterizes;o�r time. In this pleasure-mad age our purest and most exalted emotions are starved out, All of us have somewhere in our beings dormant forces yearning for expression, forces feeding on devotion and love. on In. a Modernly Equipped Shop color·s.and fragrance . 9n calmness and peace. forces that. 'if fed. would lift us above th� commonplaces of ,life. soothe our ne�es, keep our courage high. give meaning to this lif�. and hope for t.he Come in Any Tim� . next. 'But in our mad rush for the pot of gold at th,e .end of the rain­ bow. for exciting entertainment and nerve-wrecking thrills. we f�r­ .get this side of our emotional nature. On the other hand .�f! persist in feeding our baser impulses. such as selfishne�s and exc�t.ement. . M�in 6768 ' 940 Commerce St. ' by senseless yelling at gaines and so fort�motlonal exerCises that . : = = == = = = = = ::: = = = = = leave us .weaker and worse in mind and body. · NQ wonder our nervesl �= =� = = = = = � = = :::: = = = = = are cracking when .we t�us systema�ically atte�p� tc! wreck. them. , . No wonder we' are lumping out of Windows. taking pOison. sUing for I � divorce. or c.hildishly quarreling about trjfle�rowing old before- � we are mature--wh., �e ,thus defiantly ign�.�e thar pa�t of our be.: � ing that was rylea'n.t to give bah�nce and POIse to lIfe. No wonder � III_� � _� �.._Yl. ".�.t .. eI D,a..... 3.1. 1933 . one of America's leading physicians recently - told us ·we are headed � of for the i.unkpile. .

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D dU� .ffH · Skltt It a bllttardy. blU5tery 'day In loow rod" . Writte� a bl, eutem elty. Men hun1� (rom "I'll tf'U' ),ou' how It Is. . Just . the hope: of mb3� other night I awning to awning In slttl�i In my room . To increase lnt.effilto�n the sa,.. '"car. o Ing a few or the ley blUl of sleet hurl. In the �rdln,,' ho� and finally toot nlval to' be h�ld March 9, Uu!'SaP .�f . ' . out. a ,bunch of o.ld ' Saa:u }rF' my is ottertnr a' tr� copy, ot the San to, ed (rom the sky. .. 'On a comer: in the shadow of a trunk. I wJ,:i wonderlni �.11 fOu be published t1!1!i year ' to the �rion large office buUdln3 a small. group �Id �a.1s were and wh8:t you were do- .'ho writes the ·most s�t.abld'k.lt � I looked through the old performance f&T the carnIval program. 01 bl:!s)ness people were waiting -lor Inll' noy.'. the tram-car." At .18.'\t the lon,-u- pictures. That·s why I �nIUd. you Acc:ordlnl t.o CIRrence MonSon, ienertl peeled · conveyance arrlv!d. AlmQel so quickly. Don't )'ou.-emember me chairmRn of the carnival, It is hoped. instantly . the comer refuge ....as abtind" . that th·1s contest 'A'l-II not only increu.! . on!d. spike h�b all flying tOward the ··Well.. I. kno'\' rve seen you befo�, Interest In. the carnl�·al but wlU · alao ' but I lust can't re�embef ,your name. br�, �o light SQme ortglnal ldea t,hlr.h . waiting stree�,-car.· ' , Th� recently vacated "space ,"'as not- You know It's been over 30 ye�' since "';'111 make the pl'Ofram more entertain­ �l' two middle-aged men who had "'e gtJ.duated from P,L-C? How lng, �lready the st\lMI'I�· are shO�. been looitlng for J�t 'such a you remember · so long? Pardon me. interest In the contest and th08e who shelter from the wind and storm. The If. I asti:: your name. " (' are In charge have eXPr:e� .them.. two rushed tOWRrd the "1oa.l coming ·'I'm Ed who used to k1clt-- you the selv�s 1lS · being confident that by U\e from'dlfferent dlrectJons, and str..n�- hardest In the shins at those old, pri.c- closing date. a great variety of manu- . will have ·been presented. IY enough, both arrlvt'd at the same tlce games. I;)on't you remember the moment In the same pl� on the CO'r- t1me "'e foutht ,over tllat. girl. down Here 'L'!I an ,excellent opporturuty tor nero COl\SflluenUy a collision occl.llTed, by the creek' tb,a.t nliht And then clever · and ·orlgInal ,stud�nt who, and without thl:! Incident happenlrig after all that trouble she fell tor ' that of flnlpleiRI cOndJtlon., would our story mlght not have been any blond pansy and we neither one mar- 9therwlMl be unllble to own' a COP7 of Editor of the Sa p M f h dr e · nnlal sa a, to make good use o� . · . After budgeting their tlme ·to. thilR.Y ����,re�� �� �=i.s U� : :�� rl�s!':.·· I :e·m���;m::wre��� �: :�en� . r . , , member �hat la.st Camp� day .whe� The rules for t/:le contest are : l.' ltJJy minute, the Saga staff h�s chosen. AprU poll:!es. . for the date when �II �he copy Is . However. !'Ince these gentlemen did .....e all got thrown Into the c�k tor member or the .student bod, .!li e1la1ble In. and tht' println!f arid cngrav�g rome In rontact. with each other al- refusing to wort? I'd give · anything to rompete in this contest.. 2. The aJht be begun. As we!' a dead-line tor m05t .too forelb!y, our s�ory may ron- to .some". ot .th� old scen..es ILI1-d stiall not e xceed twenty-rive minutes f'dltorial �t.n.H, thl,,> date ml\Tks the lin�e. The better dressed of .the two faces· again. Old you say you have a 5hall not be less than mr.een min­ goal-end for the advertising and clrcu- lookt'd kindly Into the eyes of his Saga of· that last year? I cerylnly and 3, All manu!lCJ"lpts m�st be ·In lation departments. neighbor but no gUmmer 0/ recognl& wish I'd Rotten one. And that aimual utes, 3:30 p. March 2. The IIotJUI will be Then too. the students mU;,">t remem- tlon .,,'as vlslbll! In his· grey eyes. As ""as for two years In 1934. wasn·t It? by judged" by a committee composed of Mr. that all pictures to be used mus� for his romrade, truly a little .,,'orn· I stili remember how much I wl:!hed I'd Reid, Taylor, Oscar Anderson, and I by April 2. ('specially the Orad- looking, and thread-bare )n-apparel, bou�ht one Instead of gOln, , t.o the RhodaMrs Hokeli.stad. 5. The sklUl shall Class and those wh·o are to �ve as he gazed Into the e}'es �r the other mountain with tha-t gang o�· kids. That be handed ·In to Clarence MonllOn, and pictures taken for the an· man his heart became filled with WIU sure a keen cover they had. and the' ·manuscripU shflll be numbered, they take a 10,t of pictures; It with the writer receiving this majks a lint' when the orles and reminiscences of _ · number of-5ub�rlptlons "'e can times passed In hI:! youthful rollege a.s If ever)! page. was j�t full number. No names are toabedUp'lIcate on· ille By the way, what ·are manulloCrlptli. must be paid I\t lea.�t In half. days. Hadn't he seen th�e ·eyes beI h e Id : : :: :: : = '' ", ::: y : , h '' ': C = ' ' . m tM o n p In packing down f;ctp��\�:tl��:-���:I'b!S �:� � :�� ��������\\:n:�� ��� :l� jO�' ' wouldn't you like to come up This will be three ,,·eeks before the perlor as If he WI\3 hI:! dearest friend? or" that new (lass �uslness ··Say, 'east of town. Yes, I get lot to the boarding hO\Uie where I Uve clOl5lng of .rehooi. The start. being rep- ·'John! Don·t you rem·ember me?'· of enJoymtrlt-out of thot ord annual. and ha.vt' a look at my relic of a resented In the choir which hope� to he cried in husky voice. go on tour this spring, will � de- "Wh)'. no. I never _saw you before:' U·S, alm?llt o:: _!=,ut now, but I stili saga and 'talk over old �s7" , said hls puzzled a.cqualntenance. '·But , In their work tor ttoe time when � th08t scenes and gangs of ··That would be great:' and the face, tllyed . . classmates ; well as If It were just worried by bwlnHS lit up · at choir I:! gone. We hope that the how did you learn my name?" and friends , as well the '·,Why, aren't you old Johnny who 1\ there, What are you tJ:1e thought at .rare treat, and the� i'wo men found happiness the cooperate to make possible used to play tackle In the: line on the for 'lIving?" ' n , u nI � ln th pa O m l n l On th I9 4 l d a O t ec � �:::, ,,:; " ,,",, ,,, " . hO' dld YOu ; ' � ' "' U ' · � ';'�y� uh! . 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/'l " ,. -Thi� Year ' · �e Sap is .. Pubucau{�n ot ) the . . Here . ' '_ .' . ! e:: �� i: =�r:; �: . � r Stud t t e 19J)·a4. y....booIr. H.. . Ma.., a SU�M tinancially. we +t. have the . F....,.., MM. ,..iltle t . � . , ....�.tio" of, Ii SiR... · Edi. ��i: o;'cn�:t\�=I.z�!���Th-: ,. Two y.. ,... ' . linanclal SUCceM of tll'e 1933-1134 Sap ' The depends on the numt)er of subscriptions . "statt of the 1933-34 'saca has WQtktnr diligently on a prvject which be procunti by April 1. The f t f de :� I:�=;S:����rt:nln!!: Luthera': �n: ::-���en�ltJ ':u��� one 'of which all t�e Coll�e wWl'tIe . cation sueh as has been ·declded. · upon J:ty the. 0011* .wtll .add interest. and / proud.. and one which w111 live double joy and pleasure to �SIIOrs 10 the variety to edltonal "history In the school wf'll as helping us to kf'ep up the Since the ' scope covered by this edition wiU. be. two years' ttme, standard. HUbllahed In .previoUS y�an double enjoyment will be received 10 �utJ work. . readlng It. mpe. Dahl, now one of ihe seereYet we are charrln, only the usUaI. ---:---. -:-....-, . :-' � tar1es to the a4minlstratlon at the colprice of $2.00 tor' the book. Sale of Will 'hotolr.ph kCroilt.t I��. was editor of t.h;e first, yu.rbook. p� t.h1s ·bok o ·1s the risponsl.bUlty .of the wu published the sprln, of ID30 For Y••. ,boo , in .rc� which entire student body and all the alumni Her �aln problem wu �t" oI .00llee·u'n� . and preparinr for pubUcation data of slnce It' iIi 1-h:eIr book. 'pubUSh� to give In the near future work. will the Institution from the tlme It became on photographing the' groups repre- PjL. C. until t!\e 'fIrst y�ar the collere sentin, this year'S �l!v1t1e.5 In the felt' they could afford to'. publt5h an Sap, Cluba, cl..a&se., athlet.tc· teams. annual. This tint annual was .ilwardother �ups will be snapped. In ed {190 polnu OIJt of Ii poulble 1000 by pretyest poses, sometime In the NatJonal Behola.sUc Press AMocla­ . We are ask.lng for .the moper-' t1on. thw giving "the Saga· a "P"Irst C1M8 of the nudent bcJdy In this Honor !tatlng" or :'Excellent" by the m ' t a ever alte I p bl � �U:°:e S:��. �::��, �I�: : ��n C!'":� � �c ;,�� �� JU���:3 �:' '�Vlrst Clus" yea�� . book was publl5hed und�r the �"Ie be paid in fuU by AprU 20 in which they belong. and that editorship of Olal Hagenell. The theme to set definitely. the number of photographic work may be e o e I t tor� prlnted: . �:�d�: :gee�d�� ��S=��c=:�" � :e �:� � � �:;;.: to out the Idea expressed In the Feature ·Mendelssohn'. 8(rth Saga, which Utl� � submitted The German Club mf'etJng hf'ld yes-

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The actual individual cost of each '33-'34 Saga as blldgeted by the . 150 books being sold is six· dolla�s. An astounding statement backed to the wall by cold solid figures. ' Exactly one third you pay-as a sllbsCJiber�f the amount necessary to publish one Saga. f

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A boOk contaitllng all the treasurable memories �f your .college , day�ports; activities, amusements-Bll told in writing and' pic­ tures, on the ' finest paper possible. One hundred and twenty pages of you and yoOf concern together in a beautiful, hand· g you could .pos� 8Om.e, leather-bolio.d boOk, depl.·cting everythin . 8.ibly �ant in 8.'nch a publieati.·on., .

Colle� Board of 'I'ruatees voted to abandon the Idea of publlahlnr a yearbook'and concentrate efforts aiJd tund& that 7ear to mue a doubly worthwhlle one In 1934. Thus came about our flnlt nw ��::��P��I:;� to :::::t:�::� trlf'nds of P. L. C. late thJa Spring. We felt that to Ill-Iblish one volume. con� talnmg �rd.s of .two years' activities complied in a creditable way. wo�d' be more In keeping with the prmclplea ea­ tablilihed before by the YMrboolta at o,!r college, and'more of . cred.1t to the entlre lnstltuUon than two sepaBte; y�arbookll. each Inferior In quality .and make-uP""beea.WI(! of financial stress. . The boot wUl � compiled In th� usu.al wa.y, havtng, 'however, all clubfl, classes, and athletic te;ama. Wrltte;n In a history of two ' years' work lnatead of one. P1cb,lres 'were taken of groupe at school last year, 'and will tlnd: their pla:ce wtth the lplctures of t.hls year'a students. Comp�te i-econta of athleUc contesta and pt)Uilp&rl.ts .wID be pre­ sented in the athletic �. 'The only cilllerence In the annual wUl be the lncreUe In the number of pictures, the neceaalty .of collect1ne only set of AdveJ1.la1na". and atncle prlntlng and blnd..ln.&'. ezpense.

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The Lutheran hoopaters .venged an .... .. �am early-season s. r- Le.t . deteat .t the hends or · �UII:�Ja.m�", the In • Well, CotyII..' �:' . another basketball ay seaso n . is ov�r and a highly :'<....,ra�e .��2 successful : �, . Gladiators Close QI.cUato closed � � t� . their IlUI,t nI,hl h om too, a9 on�, . n ro. the as far Clads ... .. . . . . are concerned. ...... . Our boys . . . . playeq'a good .. .. .. ' '"'' count. The Se.ttleltea' s14rt- brand of ball all season and accom' . the Stroni BeJllniham Normal. p lished the purpose for which Success . -f. u....Season taklna ven point �vaf.tage they set out, the Junior College Championship. edby arut40-32to gatn . se Nice g?ing\ gal"Jg. hocipmen I n to camp · 32-29. AlthOuah . . before the Oladlators hit the basket. . ·P. L. .'Five Wins Seven O'ut of Pacific- Lutheran College S. S. ' . waS nf'yer ·C r s e l C .,. i E Til iht i.- in Jr�: o i C� · huded. the' Vikings tied the count at t ��tw: ;;::e��=. one i:;;:�::=:�.:�.!!ujl�:t:,O:� ::':::A �-:!t�: �: · etition �c;�droP :::�� Play Fourteen Ca Willard . · s tages of the puti several sthend hoop. Ping them through tfte rital power behind the bai" l q "oH. GOd .. P ; .pm�: .�. th� ketba . . l . uad.. Hats to , . old They led. 18·14 at the half Coach CliHord OIion! outcome was doubtful till the. last clO6ed whistle, squad P.L· .C nlJht basketball ' . . . ItsThe and held their lead unUI the end or : , 5. · s. which found �e .OI� I�!ng. ni a hard . �i ftom by.BeU�I the Jed the lth the return of good we��her. boys gym classes ."'�ve been fougseUon . W.from lhghtun ht �me . State At halftim. e the score w.. knotted at eranpme. scoringMoewithand16Jack and 14 pointsLulh· re- shifted the gym to the 00.1 1 field. On gym days, Tu�Sday and Normal . 32 to 29 score by a sj>eCUvely. 18 �II and Axelson was the big gun Thursday, roll will be taken thl5 ye�r haa been one the··sceon. . 6. hairtwoJheother occa4l-ons' In. fOf Seattle PacWc ringing up 12 mark- chosen for playground.ball.. at· the field after which sides will be ofThthe.e beteam st ever to represent our schOOl. Wltti . era.. ' . s. s. but ., ·few 'minutes to ·ro. the of the o�t in :quest Mi". Rohlman. ,irl,. pm i",�uctr"l. who .has been puttinl WHavIng aahington· ata.rte\:l JuD1or·College· The Itne ups: champIon. Luth�r.ns pulled ahead and held a .... · tfteir p.ac� over· in .the pm, 311.0 annou�ces her ship. the ,irll tftrou the OI8dlators. galloped throu�h three at !.he conchwon po . -.:. .......1':: 1.. C. lfOl_ w e .. cla to rG f'!' PF TP _�. ·� �utdoon. rlnt talr.1� ' ' il ntle.martin . ". Moe, forward 6 �_ I 16 . _ There's��.,e� S. s . . with Orays·seven HarboratnUiht. 31wIqa. cl,. 29 In a thrlf- Of th�. t.lM Leuk, forward been- some t�lk· circul(lting concerning the iormaHon of ling contest wltJb. Ctwo 0 0 4 0 vertim� periOds "DULcjt\· : . Moe. for the wlnnet'! an� ,. Junior College 'goff league similar "to the basketball conference at Aberdeen, and o ....9-31 on· the Sollie tor �e 10000n we. ·n the high . Truban. rorward . .al: home �urt. Arter a' brtef rest. the t � 02 ••1 142 a hi�h jU t . omple: ?"its firs cessf olf r a rs s Our �. � � · po nt men. Both ot the&e meb did :� � �� � � �� .����· ::::7.��: t� � Monson�ard/.... 0 � � � S��pl���. h�ve��:n ;;�e�8i� �� �h:he::��"t:�� :: 3����a��:��· practically all Of . theIr �g' 1h the14 . the ��:e . .�p�ent �i ��Shi�. g:�n J�n��� the t.evlnso:\ tlrst 0 0 2 0 College athletics. ", Yakima Valley Junior InCollege squad. halr. Moe scoring 12 or h� s. s: rally the closing PO�IlLS. and Sollie an. o� h18 nine count. aofYakima . tennis, but when .our stepplog Totals . . Spri", i. here and with it ulually comes 16 8 14 40 mJnutes the game. In the most en. \. net enthuliasts look at the sad condition of our courh, their hearts thrUl!ng pme of the season the LuthL 1.. C.P!l: 13Z) (29) BelUncham . p, C. (32) SBoyd, FG fT PF TP sink. It wouldn't take. much to remed, tftis .state �f aHain, t.hjt:rn,- .el1U'l! again nosed out Yak.ln:Ia 48.-'" In P.tneu ,.reeted, by all: How about a one overtime 1 2 ·1 • pro.,ement of ·which woulct-,)e Traveling north ...... ... (8) :Fitzer Morgan.forward rorward 0 0 1 0 little action on tftil matterl S.,'adl, the OJads easily took Mount Vernon .�aslr.· (8) .. . .. . FF:.(3) Brown, forward 3 S. 0 0 6 3'-1� .(:t) .Anderson and dupllca� here Jack (8) the'ofvictory . . VanderOrind . C. Lewb. rorward .. . . . .. . . 2 0 0 4 Pardon .uS, but mistakes will hapen even i n the best of colle�,e:. 37-18. In the cru�lal.tllt the season ) . 0 . . . ... (4) Mosler (2 . . . Willard Axelson. center . ·S 2 newspapers.A.1t seems that the Alumni played the ReserVes a .....yule the P.L.C. squsd· defeated Centralia Levtnson (2,- . .0 . .. ... ...... .(In· BOlIIe 12 Edwards. ,guard . t? print it. The fact th�t t�e Al ums .won over - here 43 to 18 to clinch the champlon- Subs : P. L. C. Trulson ; BeUingham : 1 0 back and we4failed QuaU, guard 1 - 1 8, IS not the reason. that I t did no� appear, �_o"'.'- ship· and loving cup. TIle-. next w�k 0 4 .. whelmingly, 14). MCBeut, and PrendMillikan. guard 4 2 ev.er. Rudy Sanderson, who averaged aroj..lnd 1 6 points a game I n they suffered their only conrerence Dunningham 0 Tlm.bers, guard his college career. "'(as the big noise f�r th� grads .wi th 1� cou�ters 'd�reat a't Centralia: 26 to. 28 In a ll5t- er. 0 0 0 Again . Referee . HopkJNI. we �sk the forgiveness-of the Alumm for thiS seemingly Inex " leu ga� 14 13 32 cusable error. Th� Luthe avenged themaelves on . S. S. . Seattle cWc College for the 18 to Alumni comes tftroulh. e.,en if he i. a married man. When i2 del suUered early In the season t-�-�----':"-, 1 KennyLevinson Johnson and Jack Hudlon dfOP� �t of tfte lame at· tfte end .at SeatAe. by po�dtng the Seattleites. . � Ballllehm,.-a· 'or.ner student. has ter a ,apin, hole wH.left to fill at ,uard. �ob. ho.we.,er .0-32 eh�. announced her engagement . of theitse.,... upon himl.lf to alieviatS. th.iS.and did so in a fine manner. th to Gordon CBrookdale Cash It : .: : t � e � ::: : = ���::�::: :���I : �e � mc:' �� A'it:r�:��: Another boy on the squad who deserves credit is o�r �angy . 35 to' 24. decl5lon on their home noor. P. L. C. Mtsa Bakketun attended Bel­ center. Gene Jack. Gene's play is not the flashy type. but . l s stea�y The 'E1lensburg Normal squad �an Itngham State.Normal School.. Market a·nd he gets his points every game, His stellar play at the PIVo:t ·POSI - Into a' determined ·P.L.C. quin�t and tion has been one of the strong fea.tures of. our attack thiS past barely e.ked out a 343-31 dec!Blon In Ratti Van Hoven '32 15 attending . season . their. own back Y.ard but had little school now and ls planning to ftnl4h S the 38 tlU"ee year course. ' y GAdand OI 56·R·2 � one of our fanl said of tlte i·llensburri outfit: "If· tftOie boyl � ��C�� �::�.���· !:l� ra.ns for�ard•. got down on their kn�. they'd ltill .be !aller thanfofo,,tfu.e J. A. tRWIN, Prop. � ,Ianb to Shlrler Hecbt ·'33 15 working at the Those bo,s lu;ely are bl, and It·W" no trick at all take a decilion from' u ·The Icare we handed ti!em at tfte fint of Ellensburg G·laots . Metropollt.a,n store In Taco�a. our enabled h c w�i. floor their of enormity tfte to due was lealon the . r Defeat Lutherans t around them, but as our floor IS much .maller. forwardl to run rinp . ye!�l5e �:n:�� ���:�::t:�:�. our attack w�s cur.bed. .S s The eg Luthera. Pacific n COl hoop 1 �_ tn Seattie. ' Track their disadvantage In Quintettootound .' Evidently the Glaas and F�tco�s forgot .that basketball floors helght dropped a 3_8-14 Nff1ra greBt andburi greatest DliblP '33 15 lri �e eut.- · ' are built for the purpose of said game, 'cause one of the Baseban ;: ;:::;=:::4 ; ;:::; ��ged. dec1s1on to the EIII!n.s Normal cag· 'I �;:::;;;::;;:;;; rou h and tumble ·battles. reminiscent of the gridiron, �as plhngen on F'ebrua.nr 18 .here. For a tlm�. I·F Golf ' ove� in the m Saturday night. Kneeing, elbowing. ashOVing, ·w�en the teachers � troub�e penetrating up and ev'�thing else went on and things reached climax. Parkland Barber Shop g but ath'�Vin. dpte�,nearly the Lutherans with 1 0 s�ond to go, the referee received a jab in the eye whIch solved anet . We Carry Spalding Sup­ It. they scored will, tmporan y put h'1m on th e shelf Wottabattle'· Confectionery while the Oladlators .were held.to stx, pries for these Spring S. S. g contest. field ls the. entire �urtng oa S�. a n�w �enture for Games Althou.... intercolle,iate 'itketballh i�tftey KNUDTSON, ProP. =::; ==== Ellensburg Ute scoring I"�=== Hall. eight ,ave thei� .quad II with tt.e .upport whic" attle .Pacific polntcenter, eJ�Wl1l�rd ll. whUwith . CoCOIle,e. . was II led witt. their .tudents and our bi, reunion crowd, ' . :� f or �� Lutherans .s e ven coun· - WASHINGTON :::;�;;:: ';'H .,':ked tipter tft.n a drum. . . . S. - S. QUliJity Knittin, CO. HARDWARE CO. length of p,Une1,lPS: Sorry30lks, b�t that'.s.�ll for this tlf.,.�e; Look at thescratch L. C. FG FT PF� Wtt� S.utert 0., �laIty· . up to abl�. be 1.1, we tha� 924 more s It Pacific e s Avenue · this column again, cau. Moe. forward . . . .. . . . .. . . 0 0 0 0 s o-long . to �asketbatl ·Tntlson. ro�ard T.ac:om" W.sh. . in one issue for the rest of the year, With a and 0 0 .0 0 .0403 all that I t affords, Leask, t�rward ... doors. and a welcome to spring and.th� gr�atb.?u.tssu_ . I 1 --2 3 1'"; :: e l s I = t :; d e a a = ...: u� for e nd n a o = = � ' we b d ou ====:<; � � l I . , .: , e : : : ; :Y::::: X�lU!y = =�r'�:��.. . .::::::.: � � � �I r MAin . ;:::::::��g M.mber . . .. .. ...... 3 1 3 , WUlard, ; ===��:: Dr. O.DlNT.IST F. JljORRIS. 774, 'Uni� Pu;lty Stor.. . LeVInson, �rd. ...... . . . .... 2 0 • .JII, V2 ·Pacific Avenue D an . \I·J431f2 '1.1 Gr'ocery Co. Monson. guard . . 0 (l 0 0 N� ."' 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OVie8, Lectu�e8 ReI>. E. H. Dahle Gi�e8 , On Alaskan M1.8sIons In Chapel Friday

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N, gh·en.hen!. the day 'morning on the m1ss.lona. ry ...·ork Rev. Hartje b also printing the paper, b t 'sprt h Ips . I�O;n't 'k ' h bro. h hi. ofout t:' &:t I�tuvah. ' list b complied alphabetically and b being done in Eskimo land. His talk Eskimo. Land; which gives �ews of .the. � 'Is, b:: 1 :no� �e I and::�� � � � of It. l1c:r� . . : . K K gh'en wl.t hout grade points. centered about our three missionary ,mlsslol1 wOrk and . "·hic� .... started ford pla,yers never �. anybody to . . ColIe,e Do Y9u kno"Y. that: stations up there at Teller. Shl&maref,. and edited by Rev. Dahle. . . � sch�l. hall. produced �wo 'exOscar Anderson. Virginia �n. ViI"- ' and Igloo. and the pictures !howed In_ .At Igloo, the remalnlng outpOSt� M� be ab6ent-ntlndedo-_ K K glnla Byers. Mona Byrd, Thelma Dan- tcreStlng major leaaue ba.sebalJ stars.. Band �n: . Frost. a traln� nurse.from tl1e Evl<k-ntall"c Helen and I n �nes varied and a student dorm the be). leis, John Dreibelbis. Evelyn ' E�und. about these mlsslo�. Chicago Lull].era.n .Deaconess. Home, b lltve In the .sa.yinJ, "there's safety In urta and partles '� to. be glyen on Daniel Fiotn, Am� Gilbert. .�thy At the' Teller station _where Mr. and in c�. the roof· of our school. Prof� Ed� .. ' , numbers," 'Cause practically everY oite. Hackeard,-�d _Hutann. Pa� HV!ddlng. Mn;. Jesse B. Olson are stationed. . Other Kenes of I).�rest shown.were o ' t �. wa�' Initial Inten.tlon was to be a �oc­ to Lat. e Spanaway outb'd raahemIi hlked �,thryn Johnso�:-Myrven Cane. Edgar scen� were shown of the orphana,ge. a relnd�r round-up. dog teams In W tor, Lyal �nder.son b uncle ·to Or\'. rn ' te gton s blrt ay. The af' oon &;hlanbusch. Larson. Joanna Manou.'!OS. ,Maxine the t;taUves and their chUdren, and. action, EskImo blanket-t055ln!l'. the . WII.&-hlspen one of our .p��J t In bOa4nr and tearing younJ basketball .Manousos. Geo�ana McClure. Alice the region about the mlss.lon. . Arctic Ice �k, a';ld the unl�dlnr of around, followed �tan. .Mr&.. Itrlidler �welner 'by it. roast ' a t . . Nolan. Wilma 0 Brion. Mane Pederson. The Anna M. Huset.h Mission at a freighter from the States. Carlton collea-e. which � . attende$l once . tim Alth h no e co located abput three . , . Florence Post, Melba Ross. Irene ShafmUes from,.. at. Olaf . . :: : . d:�e� ke a th:·l . :d, ro ;�= V . Makes Z Con�', rt land. MarIe �hmlU, Roland Swanson. Rev. Sh.tland c.,s,b . : . cholr ' Predated the 'sllence w:ich !::'an!s .!;OI}•. which Mr. Ifauge, Mr. Rarnst.a�, John Van Leuven. Margaret Wesson. Edw�� attended. ,_ . and . Mr and ed Mrs. Appearances �n Tacoma after the· up· de .:rted and trodt N.monly. that . . .but·Carl Norman Westling. Marie Wrang. am! . P. . L. C. Duri,n Reu.nion' on Is one of the . . of , and "'eartly hO�. p. . ' . th,e tOlea. William Zl�. To make ....... finis severest r Rev y#to en Com ' MOI).O. LJvtngston. of Shanand. ta Re\'. , Mrs. , � K K .. . ci, : .�.... m.at�rs worse, Mr. .Hlghby, Mr. OJaon, Bouquets to Rhoda h.!l9�Week J. Edwards, wtio iJave left the Plrst J.�_SI!. _a_V1sltor w "· .tallL ---�_- H!l1L.�Hokensta Elnora Asper. Orlando Asper. Verner end and also spoke in &hspel Monday. Nonvejlan Lutnen..r-r Chureh-ro r-a- 81-0.... Ttntelstad. Mr. �avler.· and Ed -n ll n to ' 'h t d I s-B " r w Bitter. Elizabeth Dahl. Vlrglnla Davis. He used th� Bible sto·r� �� the ·man charge 1ri San Pedro. the cholr gave a ��ays A � d �' � �d":i;. rin_ Tlii�1Stad.'-an: exponenta - or..:.l-out.hu� Ray Hlndetlle. Gerhardt Pflueger. Norblind as a ,text tor· thiS add�: ' concert , las� Wednesday eve;Dlng . Feb . re:� buibless =nBier WI� a real���� .college, U).e bitterest �var of St. Olaf ma·Prew.. Fredericka, Schl�busch. Or- born el- ness head. A, medal to Dr. Tlngel:it'ld ;;;: Rev. Shafland·wM , ordalned as·a �In- 21. In short talk. Dr. . O. A. !lni = :: =====::::;::: ::; = :: 0; vllle Schlanbuscy.--tmd Eluabeth Stuen. Ister of the NOrS\'egian Lut�eran Chun:h swl"explai�ed the ne:e<ts 01 �e college, for pet hats tq "8ar� , Adler . Roches"t r Clothes 'Janssen , newlywith of America last June before he �ePt� after ...hich the audlen� .ra1sedaa free� ney'·everytti�.e�d 'preSident ele � l number wi .he Betwe:en which offering. l Uv'lngston 11t call Prof. . t.t:e ed 14' �t Teachers 01 the dorm·union. With the a.aslstance Arrow Shirts. Holeproof Hose . Edwards played plano and o�an se: of Is now serving. his ald-de�camp, Bill Potter, and !\Is Parkland, at king . n t hl DI���!��if�cR��:��eO. .!.: Tacoma Schools A�d at�:d::� ;:�.�.. :n.�7;��;; �u�:e: �:���. f:: �:r�l1S;r��I��:� ::;:�U;���e��Ub���y:us���:e:s�u� ��' . .. good concert the e and wIShes �he the exof CoU ge latell purJ)06 ll.'lSOC {' new Barney) the Qf semester With the ad\·ent· ,.............q) his trip. D�. T1'!gelstad � a form!.r · tended him and his wite. . .. a new set or student teac.hers WRECKER SERVICE f'r ContinUing their. season·s concert �l teaching under the supervision of their teacher oat hisb, C�ch Olson) a formand Day ' and.. Nite m no ��e: �n�������r:��r:: i 15c ,for Nine Holes . ��������:d :�oo�:�� � !.':�;a:lg:b� :S��::1 �=:a�:' BOYNTON'S SIRVICI GA. 0 1 45-R-' J O l ln I Itepalrl_, o� Go. ' ��":�::���·�b=:;:.Ch��:� � I 25c for 18 Holes (ConUnaed From � One) ���:e !::d� :u��il�:�: ��r�� lifted. Margaret E Sliver offering Jennie Lee the fourth. Norman Jensen In the arrangement.s were BetgUot Vo- We s on the ot behalf on ke j school. the rlfth. ClarenCe Lemm.1ng the sixth gan. Marie Wrang. Mary Nash, Ruth ss po $1.50 Studen! fTI:OfIthly rale Bonnadele Beiuty Shoppe and Norman WesUlng the seventh. Carlson. Anne Johnson. Rhoda Hoken- Prot: J. O. Edwards varied the pr0((r9.m !; . $ 1 .50 L..dies fOIlt� monthly yO!-! Ire welcome Stud�nts Frank W.lIlard. Oscar Anderson. Flor- suici . Martha Schelhneyer. Eunice Am with plano numbers. 's nionthly r..te n e '"'$2'.,00 come in while wli k Street CArtin,. for I ence Post. Emory Whitaker. and Rob. eson, Ruth Haugland, Ula . RUdd. . El � n�;:':I���h�� ��� I� ��:O����·:V���I=;.�:� :e� Of. !=���%:t! �h::�ru;,ean:e �I:� I" r",I.'_r land Colt Course ��s::\li::a� �f;��:t���i,: . . ::�� Virginia Byers and Georgian- vlg. Roland Swanson. William T�coma Pflueger, or penniless. and whether he comes na McClure are tea�hlng at the Horace Harold ,Dempster. Osten Eliason. and from MlnneapoU!l or New Orleans." Mann grade school. .charlel>' Leaak. Pres. J. B. Conant. of Harva.nl Uruve'r_ . \ 'y n v t a cl K��:� 2; ��*:led� ore=�po:� ��!�:�� =� �r �he ;.':� �!tI� . Elect Rhoda Hokenitad Freshman. Class Treasurer atI divine ' services In the cha{lel. In tutlon. Tacoma a At meeting of the FreshmanClass . ��: ���::I; :�o����O�tC��� ��:�� i"ir:========::::":; i Engraving t Y:� ?:a�� · Seamon 's .Flower Shop � . ��:�.!i.t�:������;=:�� ::� ��:; o:�:;Vt�: �ro�hr:'! I h Company{'(i treasurer to succeed Margaret Craft ano solo. the present cholf sang three Corsages - C�t Flowers ....ho Is out, of school for the· rest of num�rs. Dr. 'I'lngelstad spoke. .Pro!. i 1 th & Pacific Ave . Edwards rendered a plano number. the the year on 'account or Illness. ======� A committee was appointed to make present cholf sang another group. and f;:::::::= 'wISH THE STUDENTS CREAT a.rnmgements for a 'party to be-glven the reunion ctiolr sang In concluslon' Il · ior the Graduating Class and a db;- "Beautiful Savior·' and "Landslghtlng." FUN AT THE COM INC ' Kenchbaum cus..o;lon was entertained wncernlng To conclude the reunion. the Trinity Suih and Overcoah SACA CARNIVAL !larty ror the claSs Itself. Luther League served refreshments and �or Sale Exclusively at It was also decided that the class 'held a social hour In.the chapel baseJetland & Palasruti should aid at the Alumni banquet and ment Sunday e\'enlng e r ",=,",'==!!il Year Book Specialists 12=:PK='="::"::'_=::T= �ec�� ra���;:���::�� ��: ��� co�� F======� �==9= cluded the meeting with Q few re_ li BI\OOKpALE CROCERY ' more. cents few a pay may ou Y marks irhe Store That Has It but it is the best and really _ _ _

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The program planned will Include a welcome' by ,VIrginia Mahncke, presl-. den! of the group. With a response on behalf of the mothers by Mrs , H. P. Johnson, mother of Kath.ryn Johnson: a plano solo' by Rhoda Hokenstad : vocal numbers by a quartette of Evelyn Mon- ___ . �, _ __ , •.:. �, _ • •_�,, , "___ .,,_.�•• ' ..... v.,.... e.,_.• son. Mary Hudron, Rhoda. Hokenstad and JennIe Lee : a. violin solo by Wilma. . ".n ,-.." O'BrIon: II reading by VIrginia Davis: ''''''••••• D.,'_" �. a d a vocal num�r by Mildred Mon�

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Extra! Extra ! ' Faculty ,member entertalns go�ernor ! At the hlst meeting ,the Parkland ' Democratic Club Wedthe chief executive 01 our , Clarence D. MarUn, wl!oS speaker of the evening, does Mrlj. Ta }'lor come In, you Ask? \'Veil. after th.e· program a basket !'.Oclal was held and th.e men bid on the silhouettes behind a sheet, Upon the appearance of Mra. Taylor. easily recognized. a rew students talking :WIth the @'ovcrnor brought their P,L,C. spirit to the fore and Inveigled him InUl buy-, Ing her basket. Mrs. Taylor alterwarda revealed that the governor � quite a fellow and she was .Impre� wlt.h hls magnetic perronallty. Several of the stUdents who e e t ' =� th�! :u! nd7:; c c his. When Il.�ked what he reada. he replied : "I �e�d the human mInd," bringing out the rea.&on fcir the :!!UCcess of any prominent poIWCi�, 'lbe students asked him 5everal questions found him to be a very fine' and well-versed man, but Ilke all of us. he doean 't kno\\' whM', going to come of our pr,esent crisis,

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pear In Rev. O. W. WesUlng 's chUrch In Vancouver. B. C .. P'r1day evenlng. h wll arranrements for ' thla Ing made by Reverends Westling, Molter a:nd AUen. They will slnl I Rev, Torgef50n's church In New Westmln; ster, B. C.. Saturday evenln&', April 14. As a cllm.x to ,the trip, the "C}:Ioir of the West.. . wlli sing In Mount Vernon Sunday. at the ' convention, . and will ret1Jrn ' to Parklancl that evening. . This 8Chedule was arranfed by 'lbeEdwin. nn bta Mo ,e d ell-P n. while odore N hll plan to a.ttend the party Ul algn t.h� ill In C of the pUblicity, Il<!t pos ted as soon as I;IOM:Ib!e, n a � a I: k� �m ;� N.llln • • d ' as formerly, f9 a vof.e !:.alten . ,. ,. at tlfe mee�g. The, treasurer. Selm� Bafua. announces �at unleaa a 81 rt s dues ar� paJd to full she may not go , c� of deCommlttef,s to on th� hou.separty, ' __ , 1.'0 ral5e funds tor th� club treasury, tails ",Iallve Ul sprtnr �Uri� were . the rlr�' 'Will sell oandy at the �e.Jt named by Kathryn J.ohMon, pruident Drama . Night play, and wUl aponsor of the group: at the meettna' Of... the � lIka ng ! :a;� �� th: GraduaUng ClaM., Mid ..�y noon, n g a ���ab�� '� . � charre of th� ca.ndy All c�lrman ot the'commll.tee 1.0' chooee

, --J The Delt,a Rho Gammas will have a .houaeparty at CaR)p,�MlyaJlma, 10he Olrl Reserve Camp on Fox' I3land,. sometime In April. according to"the declal.o� 01 the group at Its �eetl"' last Thursday. No. •deflnlte date for �e affair has been set. but plana will date, completed at a Blnee CIlmp MlyaJlma_ will only _ a.ccommodate forty gtr1A wl!hout the �dltlon of Improvt&ed �. Evelyn Irwin, ' Rho president. u �i t�e, day eti-Is

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Tlngelstad as hOll� the Lutheran the form or a bowery party, the Daughters ot the ReformaUon met'in Freshman Claas will present 1\11' cua-' the reception room iut Tuesday after; toma� entertainment . lor' the OraduIn , the gym FrIday eVenl g, :April Followln,g a piano number by . � Club . At the meeUnf: of t.he Daniela, Mrs. K. N. Roe; of 0lr Dr, P: W., Me1meat. : Complete details' as yet Indeilnlte, of Qel'man at the Onlven1ty Harbor spoke on "M1aIlona In '�Jc:&.:' are belDl .tak n me , of by ',committees t spoke to the jroup. Pur ,Mn� Roe .l3 LD.R. key woman 'for th1a ,appointed by\. DeraUot Voem, fro.h years be .... head ot the.,Ger - ihs Pl1lllil den,t. as, tollowa� ' tr1ct. . there and prior . to .1 DoD Reid (c:ha1rman) , John �lbeIbia. , . . . . atf1Uated with the On1vt1'- :.u delegates from the LD,.R. Ami Ollber\ and ��':'1.J�;

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PACIFIC Lt.rI'H.ERAN' COLLEGE, PARK.LAND,�ASHlNGTON

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Published e.\�ry two weeks durin, the school year by the s�udenta of PacIfic Lutheran. Coll�,' p:-rklaDd; Waah1na1oo. . Entered as IIeCond c1aas matter, OCtober 2, 1825, at the Poet Ottlce at P.rkland, Wuhinl1on. under tbe Act of March 3, Ur79.

The ,al� ot 1Tfk, ls a it�;� that ...:encb up on the nOle'of Qod. . . . He cannot Il.&nd t.hl.s Ul'!le� It I.s lCe'llted .,.ILh the' 'IiWte":,.VO� seen' or �Ience: of Chrlat.c:r . , , Jesus 'came Into the 1I'0rld to makfO man wdl-pleulD.c in ' the �llht of �" The reuon ' men do not accept· Jesus EDITORIAL STAFF n of w n .. ;� ���;t �.; � �����. ':;0';:\ ;::�� :,':;:�,,:"t"',. �;o;. f' b�� nsen IO�·: ".n;<u':'" :;;:"',�:" e' .",,�l ... I � !��:;;���E���' �i o � s Saleqtrl P'i�? , �W h W �,h(;ld the cad�y! Bu� l.'d .th;�eH� :eU8�ed �::ral�;�s� Sports Edi tor l e' our Pa �� K �r:�� , � � e to elm. Editorial Writer LA Daniel Flotre 'Anne : Cerlalnly! Ofd )'OU think It Lord, tt'!e more pleulnl we w�1 !'oppear". wood,;n? Reporters Eunice Ar�eson, Eline Benson, Gertrud Brunner,' � Alice: 'Isn't Willie Pfiue,er a little 'In the sight or God. A � L y _pflueger n n. Jean.Marie Fowl�r . . Shrimp U�OU�h? ' C , 'Tve used our fal!lous hair !A?nlc' on �a��r: ��'rb��I�:en�: p�:t. ��:�� S��!�a��.. on our 8plrlt�al IIvea' �n be . your head tor the twentieth time R,nd MAry.. Never call him a, sJ.1rlmp. Speak Bear" n away by Him who is all-powerful. . Typist-Ruth Carlson . take tness nd t n BUSINESS STAFF ; . ����� ::�I�::��" :��I, :�:�,�i:�� i�?�: ,��.�I�:�::���e��· :�I�e� ", " Oh��t, ��d' :1�.::I:!:lusll:�: ��� , Bus ness Manager Marvin. Hansen. -LA-LA." i Assistant . Manager Bettrum Myhre Ella ,:. I', ll bet you wen! on pins and J. ' WIlItams: ¥!hat · type .of woman ua'l. wa�mth. . -Hauge . J " Advertising Manager Clifford Mesford , needles the day yod first taught lIChool. Interests A. man the most? ' � Circulation' Manager Louise Jacksor Ronnlt': The olle who makt's hlm7till,k, Qur �plrlt IS a key towards 000. and dldn'l pUI pupils the no, Oh Pail: ,F. i . Circulation Assistant ' Pear� Homme m th ) �k" .Hlm hlmstjlf. about ost e' that chair. . like anything my Facul�y Advisers N . J. Hong and'O, J . . Stuen .' _Xavier . . ' LA- ' A . . . L � ----' '. ,� -. ce o--:,--, ,- 1 .Callt'ge glt!s lU)d chorus girls 'arc a'l. tlaJ��:�: Why Is JeMfl .--=- ��ChJ:isi._1f� pJeaalng-to "OOO In' fur-be:--. , . r r k e .most�l _. except-lhat_ U'lt�... ortJlff'-ge t" _ ..Q.� , halt beeRUM: of his perfect ol:lec1lence. . by degrees R !\d ).he lat- "BlIs" R�:. ''Ca,uM: It �Rkes , hlm Only a perfect obed.len� In thought. Th a tJ;' '( mbe 'S f h S g ff r' I I ' he theirbyeducallon long get mRd .ch�ar thm.ugh. , stagE's. ! word. deed, an� being ean be .wholly W� i t�', � f!� !., ;� anl� j �dg� n� b� ��:� th�: h��� ;�s r;r �c -LA -LA. 'I-ISh- , the 1 934 Sag� W '11 unt.o 000. pleasing cpm� '. b� a book to be· proud . -o.f'. The ' stu ·. A farmcr knows full--:-well that �unday Mr �, Myhre to Bert at dln:'ler table: B ('8l1!ie we kn01l' H" wtll' and have , h ever. should b�ar In mind tha t. the responslb., l t ty for the dents rain Is �reat for his frplt. because such ....he conversation Is iRgging, 00 IIOme- HI� eWord. . , w cannot eJl:cuse our short.­ suCCeS6c f, th,e yearbook IS as much theIrs as t,he staff s, and· that .\\'E'Rt . her kceps IhE' motorists out of hili thing Rbout It. . COm(;g: ��:'\ od without . the supp?rt of the student body. th� editorial �ta ff .cannot orchRrd. Bert : Has anyone here hfld. an oper. I']S have s �� �od that we have one LA accom�hsh -..yha t· It has St! out to do . Thus far subscflpt!� - " allon.? make can be<ilence o perfect' HII by w:: ery sl,owly, come at.'ld who many subscr have d have of those lbf:\ ' ,:, . It's a]wa�1I dUflcult to patch things -LAus pleasing In the �Ight of Ood. not sent In theIr due�. I t would be of great help to the sta H� f all between a' husband who Is on a tear New Simile . ueger -Ptl those who wish to own t.he Saga, both S'tudents and al �mni. sent Ilnd wife ""ho Is ripping inad. In a complalnl to an of officer the . in t�.ei r subs�.riptions now and. paid in full a5'�oon as possible. We . law -LA- . neighbor How .",ould you Inveat yourvelife If realize, of course. that .m0':ley IS scarce for many. but we know also Sigrid H. : I gel my complellioll from l\aJ all eJl:llUperate(\ Parkland years eft you had but l� " 00 d of ol e of Mrs Bondy hens ] t.o li ? that sQme .of those who think they cannot spare. two dollars for the In), mother. . . vou .o;ee that speCkled brute? She has a We Should be prepared t.o take up the Saga .often spend as much or mo.re for pleasures that are purely ]ey S. : Well. 'she ought to take �olce like a concrete mIX!!! and ca.cklel meSllage o! our Lord , (or It I.s �. Shlr tranSient and . hardly worth the while. whereas the pleasure of own· pr�lous' It bactt to the dime .slore and get �er ;eycry 'day though' she had laid thc The Word of Ood contains , value. Trose who neg,lect to buy the ing the .Saga IS one of lastl,ng, food for the IIOUI. mind. and, hem. corner-atoJ:t. . e of the Ru8t BuUdlng:· mOlle), refunded, . book will . no doubt regret It In years to come . . -nn�e\stad ' . . -LA-LABill Zl�: That Is a neat looking lIult Mr. ydlliker WIU descrlbt�g .the 1'-" . . �'ouhQI'c on. Woul(J you mind giving habits (Of some very Interesting Afrl. ' . . Bul Ihe attention . ' Parkland. B.rber Shop .can r'l}nkey� Ill e th(' address of your tailor? l ggt'd. a \ and YOU ' not promilse If to. Glad S\>"anson: . I n the past few n:'0nths there has b�e.n cO��l'derabl e eVI'denc.e gin' him mlnc. ' Said ,a�hl'T: "Now. boys. If you are Confectionery � � t �tudents ?f A�erlcan. colleges and univerSities have set thel � to get anx Idea of how th,ese monkeys -LA. machinery I') rnQt�oJ) .anr.t begun to wo�der whether some · 't�klng look. you have to pay attention CEO. KNUDTSON, Prop. Hcrb N.: La.st night I had an awful and iook thing may not be wrong with the world. I t appears that students on me," at . many campuses have organized societies for the purpose of discussing 1IIIIn in m)' arm�. -LAe " cuh� rit Ques'ti �ns and . seeking a solution for pressing social and eco··'J'ootsic" : Who ' was she? We hil.\·e heard It laid that Mark P,ortal!le Typewriters, . a hue and cry that stud· . l . nom iC probl.ems, and Immedl,.a�ely there IS A LA Twain . never could underS�d. why l :=I�:a '�:p�:t,- ents are gOlngL re9 � nd plotting to overthro.w our Constitut ion .a.nd Window clcaners urI! exccllent com_ .o;ome Jl;eople weep at wedd�ngs. . ' So /set up a communIstIC �tate. F�ont page artldes I n our large dailies pany beca use they know 9. lot or stories. one day he dreMed up and went to a t. F., V ISELL CO. ' trace the tau�es of thiS alarm.'ng movem�nt aCrOss t�e water� to . . conhI.!! WIU this But wcddlng. !lWE'1l � LA . �t-=e", rvtosco�, an.d. mere,ly the mention. of that I I I - �ep�ted � Ity sets gi ant C. Monson: I'm tired or going to fes.�lon: "When I saw the bride, I, crled Phone Maln'21170 801% Pac. Ave. forc,e s In mohon to stamp out all l i beral <;>rga.nlza!lons In our colleges school. l'm going to eArn a living by too." and prevent meetings of any such organizations In the future . my wits. 1:.:===;:=====:; We should like to ask:Who. in this case. are violating the Mr. ' fiong: Fine, Half a living Is Photos Const,itution of the United States. the students, who are peacefully better t�an none. -LAseeking a way out of the· chaos that an unsoun� and unjust economic Perfect ion is our At Ia"t the �oth-In-the-bathlng suit system has plunged us Into, or those who seek to preven.i" them from Gu'arantee thinking and talking abouf this problem? No one could better ans· problem has' been solved. "The manu_ . '. . wer this Question than Justice Oliver Wendel Holirles. and this is facturers Rre making the /Suits so skl�. Made 'in Tacoma . that even the motns can't fln� tnem. what h'e says: " I f th�re is any principle of the Consti tution that more •

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I' Jan. � � x:.. � ud Lt'hman�. J hn s:.:e�' an BPr<,�, k" d o MOUlt Vernon J. C, et t n· " y !turnlng lettermen. , n , ,: ;, I'P. """' ::� teIA"" "'dP: ��: n Obon ; t;. . : .!� r !r.n.!� :: � ��: : �\. � �� gn t � 19:. . r J. C. ,:: h " h'" '.."� �� ,:..... f � er; Coach Is Schf!dul1ng . matchea : 3. : � bot a student at Pacific Lutheran ACIi.�. g:ntlemen poi l meeting them. � U mUll with Columbia University of PortJand; Feb. IO :: �.�: ........:::::::!! = m . e]d th� ;rttce ot mayor or Park- The' gentlemen Centralia J: t have h�tplns In C. P. S.. and Aberdeen. Centralia. Yd. , ... J4 .. :an� .7or one ay. ' . EUe�bllU'r !'lon . na , " ·thelr hats.·and must not Up them. Ima. and Mt. Vernon ;Junior Oollel9. . to e . .. As mayor. Miss 8cattebbl proceed to the ladles. I Tht' squad '11111 be chosen from those . p.l..e, ':: o :::; c ...... : ... ::: =b':: · . . pl'oc]aln;l holiday that day M a lega: . .... going the between n vone A�lIdelpy who made the best sholloing too during which the t�me �ter1/ening \)('- lind the depot futer than a wllllt: .IIhall tournament. With much new In. U'.e TotalS. .:. . .... ...... ..,46i ToLab. opponenta (.Iloeen 12 30 P m and \..P m of Mid I at once be taken befon: the Honorab]e and so many lettermen back. thismaterial _ year's . day all ylgorous tllerclscs such as Judge according to speed squad bids fair to better the fine record , Whi.pen Surpri.e uet. tennis rope-Jumping ba&e-qaJl used and tined ;)f the golf team since Its tormaUon Coach Olson whispers that he ",ay '01son Loses· Three qbasket-baR racing. hor�shoes. tobacco Anyone' carrying love-letters more hree t yean ago. during which time they have a surprt.se for his baske(eers some: M V' · . such flirting. ing �nd che .!moklng. n r o .... . en la G.raduatIo other ha\·t lo.st on.!y two matches. old $all be.du]y !tned. lime In the not too dbtant future, gnm�!I qr e�erc\ses ..as are pur- lha� lhr�e days. heretly authorized t.o make Nothing morl!' .can be learned at pres- The -. .ed r pief.'jure. enjo)'ment. or, pastime Offteer.l warrant. search neceyary the I� of th�e members of the 5� lo ' win cup the and ]ttterS the but ent 'Dutch' Moe Lead" SeiliIOns ' r r Y Pro �·· �· No-,gentleman mustwithout ' be found with $corinl With 1 1 3 Points probably be awareled at· the �me Ume. ba!iketball squ� through graduation :��o: �t;:: �: :: a ��� In· his pockets, unleAl! his . . will be felt· keenly In the 1935 seuon. f II t 0UIce . Jud lJ� and ]a co:' I his hands lancing over the record ' boob Shack. Dorm, ilnd Day �oys . Those gr' adua tlng are Willard. Levl�, °u'''; l� m w nj,n :�!i.e f ; . y�:' band' ms been wbunded. In defending . .. o.rG1934 �ketb�n at. p� r.:. C:. ' To For"! _ �as,ebilJI J'e��1 5O� and fdonsOn. :ff1�len; ;� �:.� ·they c!�:� �:re l his LadY rF�alr. ' a k I D da�._. pa�� : :t�:���iar;:�n: _:�:I�w,: one n han 13.5 I , (\ri.e� ' d.urlng· lhat -t d -hai1J1s�n S til � OI� Coac h;;; Wlll h � 'Cl ' f s boys The ducation phys e cal : � �30rr � e ng ���' ��:oj : �;� - guilty of a m lsd�meanor �nd tM! fiP;! . Lell��e �rtng In many :: �� will divide Into several baseball teams lrylng to rlnd .someOne to fill "Swede" :�.money was used to Improvt" Parlt according to the size of his or her shoe/!. , sa��._� always a menace and which will compete on Tuesday and' Wlllard's p]Rce at the' guard pooltlon The . Any person. foltnd loafing. on the tQ �ponents. "Sw!de" WU- Thursday . afternoons. The dormitory on the first squad. Bob Levl�h, re- . rea]]ebusiness ot this lega] nholiday t a �d:� h e e gu rd. who u r lled that posl- k d l m U ;a; l�� � ::O�; o��:r �:n�: � rar;! :��:����or��e�t� :���:d a!e�=�; h t b;��:��: ����:.� ���� =��:� a�� ::���; = ����� :� � n' a �:��a � rubbish heap decorsted the lot acf.OM HlghneS$. the Judge. and be fined ac� <:e.$-S this )'tar. wu next In line 'Ith 81 other. sOme eliciting game� should be tlon credltab]y whenever called upon. fron'!. U . b rush nd .lht' p ts Academy. a cording t6 time ]oe..f!d, and Intensity . counters. Gene Jack Md c�rll: Leask . p]ayed and Intere3t · will und�UbtedlY ,.:�� �: ::1':I�iaY�!7��:t:'���:� r I t .0fA���rson who tiM not been Initiated n longer than any other H unter Named To Be !���'::I/'l �h�8 ::: ��::::��r�;;:.: U;h� �� classes offer many ways of dcr c�aCht0lSO th e ad hed Into the 'mysterles of th� Park�and 1mgaining credlW with tentils, golf, and ::n se:�n, ha� ill�: .:� u: were: ion Mtisic C�mmisl On . provement. �:Iub. and who does not..sol" ... ......113 baseball worll; receiving credit. ' and forward POSltl:ns efficiently !h�np�mlse to· become a. member. t'mn]y �Vill (Ot'ard the ot Washlpgton 61 cooperation By ever . <:Ircunutances demanded be fined a sum not to exceed ten shall 1 Jaclr. MoclaUon w 78 Plan Tennis Tournament th A ' . eTeachers' With the return of Moe, Leuk. Jack, State Music . cent.\. Leask . tI u . 73 A t:ennls tournament will be started Hudson r t D �ulson and.: Sanderson f�m. l:�!��� :.: =� n�n: : ;t:d; Anyone placing hls -VOice a�ye or ' : 35 Hudson n soon to pick a squad ' to represent the �:�:'a��rt� s:nuo�"ero��<::e����]��:� thc pl1nI ten, teachinOJ of mu.5!C al rl!- be Johnson 311 school ,,','W,,·,·C,··,. ,',h'mll,,"' , ,'hI',"' , ...�.. �leM . ,....:. �a . In matches which will Qe. ar- ncxt >·ear., Trulson 9 I In r redl I th Anyone ] . ed of studying. �efoun� guUty ranged with ' other Junior a'nd 4-year �, Sa.ndt'rspn �n,t m °ree:m suc io . 15 colleges. ��· h��h :: �. d The t�nls courts will soon, Le,1nson 106 change In the . courses of study and citing. or Instruc.t1ng. shall � Uned , . be In readiness for play and all those. Highby's Brother :\-lonson certu\�llon procedurt' as are neees- �cor!1lng to slr,e _Of said person. Will do . ns iti compete for y te t i-=:;::;;:;: ; ::::::;;:; : ;:;:::;:;: : ;;:;� I �� ��:�,��� POS O . ArcheolQgical . Rese.a,ch :�:y�I;:;IsL���:�;;:;o�e� f:U�:rh: . ' . -f-� Work in Alia Minor �n appointed a member ot this com- . .' nuali"" Knitti... "'. Hudson Is Chosen of twelve, among whom are 1IC " ..,_ '-'V> . reeth·td b)' Prof. P. mwlon ha.s Word been I Brookdale O . . Cash ...Mary Carl Paige Wood. head of the the· r. Letta, S� t�,. o.r Spec.laI.ty To Christen New Boat R. Hlghby that hI;! brother. Dr. L. I. ory dt'partment University of at the I "'03 ] ] tn 5t . TKQma. Wash. March 9 on tht .sh.lp Washington. Herbert Kimbrough. dean . embarked Market Singular honor was accorded Mary HIghby l O.r Constantlnop]e. He has of music at \Va.shlrigton State College, Vli!canapla. finted Eleanor Hudson. JlUlior In the , high been y the .American So- and Mrll, Edgar FIscher, head of the r In.Pft'ted MII.h. � po t.I school department at Pacific Lutheran clety MAin '1282 X-Ray for ....rcheo]ogical Research In FIscher SChoo] of MUlJlc at Walla Walla. College, ]llSt v.eek when .she .....as cho.s- . la Mlnor .to RSllsl In the, declpherln� A meeting of this commission Is called Dr. O. F. NORRIS ' en to christen a. seventy-two foot c"',1- 1I.� GArland 01 56-R-2 an I ep n d e �:�.� ���;tl:�:�a ��u��e:�� ��:� �!rjr;�it����n o� :h��\�� ;=�: :a�]: ;� :::;�� �: :t= �� , J. A, RWIN. Prop. I � r h e t ka L . Ove� New Bay City !�� �n ;;:n�!��i� ��81;�:!e�. !�ru!=.es:;e�t ::n : �I;.>'ht�gr. �rlle; �� the A nette. named trom nople .,=======::=::!I �he at.bearing and will ' Into for' the pupils who are seeking a muslp ... . Is the same na�e Carla an clent countryproceed the Is]and t" southof . n:n education, and It Is hoped that r: bel.ng built In TacOma.. and wUl be rn Asia ¥Inor. His .....ork will be cal sent down the ways there very soon westee�� constructive suggestions may be work_ We Offer . with Miss Hudson sponSoring the send- ��: :e::ect:fn �a:��t�;,ld�n o� ed out. for more. rtfec.tlve music teach� Track Ing In cooperation with the public ort. ' .Puro. Rich, Milk land. They ex' p ect to be engaged the! e schools. according to Mr. Hunt.er. . Baseball for a period of t.en weeb. From farms t.hat are 9ut. M,.("MeuUn Speaks g t Golf f t standing, in the. of7t:eI :; The CAVE. INC. P:�=�eO W�:�d \vr:� cu: :� ���1 t�=����:and I ex:��e:c!s Northwest D1ns� Professors Bonner. Meritt France. Mrs. Messlin, French lnstruc- moor 93] Broadway We Carry Spalding Sup­ the Michigan. of ot University guest was SChool. ,at tor LincOln High �-Ib box chocolate.. for Ealte. . plies for these Spring Pasteurised speaker at the meeting of 4'e French Dr, Hlghby graduated from Luther $1.00 Ga'mes . Iowa, with the Clw Club ]ast FrIday, She also gave -a College. re.sume of the most Important holidays of 19240, following which he -attended in a sunlit plant that is celebrated throughout tht' y.ear In the Graduate SChool of the UnIVersity I � � unsurpassed in' the 1 'COMMERCIAL ot -MIchigan u a. Bubl Classical Fellow WASHINGTON France. Northwest PHOTOCZRAPHY fcr the years 19240-27. He was Instruc.Photographic HARDWARE CO. The proposal- for t.he merger of the tor of LaUn.Greek Literature and Associ,atedService MEDOSWEET DAIRIES University of Chicago a'nd North:;Velt� Greek Architecture at- Luther College' . 924 Pacific Avenue BR. 1 1 1 1 em university baa �n " Iaid aside," 1927-30. and has spent the years U13O7 ] 4 Mar��C��POR���A Bldg. followlnl sunesttons in the rtports of 33 studYing at the AJbert Ludwig Unl· Tacoma, Wn h. versl�t' l� Frelb�. Oe�any. .__

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"'0. �""h "'" wo",.� coI}6lbercampus. tor to .autlfy, the.... d..,. lhoucht lor today, that matter; Joe." . � ., Gym Friday . N·Ight In aile 01 the- most unusual chapel' Poe�r's "Old :slack ," K. . . l K , momln tM mlnu, live lipend . alIo r Lutheran On an auto-ha p which he pre- thlnk1ng of some programs of lh� yH.r. Pacific the carnival all, �e booths werr you can,do.acme Nine Act 'rolra... Led by Clar- Coll� stu�ents yesterday morning .sents In concert&. Mr. 81me ,rectted Il! " ' . ::r:1ar. but the �e which . p.� .the poems to music. , tor the Itudent... one. and then 'do ence MOMon. General Chair- ..'ere glv�n an opportunl,ty to hea.r Or- eral K. K.. . ,w the mOlt entert.alnm�?t, .,'as the .J. ben Sime play hls different Instrument6. On this. he also rave .. can1c version . man. and Ten Booths F.aturn Mr Sime. who plays the the:"f:mln and of oper1ll, presenting good Intent the dorm one which trans.formed·oUf he-men in- 0 Mry ' of Miser- With. perfectly Ml . " . to serenade the boys the to �Inted dolls. . The changing of Of Tr.dltton.1 Event . pitchfork cello, j�lned the ItaIr of ere:' Hl.wl.llan �h.ar sril05 ..-ere also Ilrls �t out t I W e 1 o : h C n :; With large crowd In I.ttendance. �;:; �� Jp=n�n� �:c:uth�t =� ��::.y the muilclan on the chape,! :��'t. ' �d�.�� �:y �� ��I:� t�e =bl��e :1.�:�:ale:��e:t ·arUlta. . . however makeup the s1m-· wl.l apprff;lation the Saga staff presented the fint of cities up (rom voleed1.heir bOys . Olero. Calif.. In the. Mr Sim I K. K. It: camln�s held In 2 yee.rs. ln the gym Inle�ts of i'beSAn ' of �h: �: IIIlg under thiuau:J- Illy dampening: EvI.�ent&lIy . they felt colleae. . ' PI«II I� t f'rIda) evening. The. program In-. In )'esterday's chapel program, Mr. I...eI.lue In the Inte� .:O.��IC the cynic wht"!' he said: "-Woman' A Jriend uk!" me why Norman Jt'n­ tht' Iu;t thinl made by the ere- seh has a..cold, 'and although It put me ",hlch the ten Sime opened his brier con«rt with eran Colleae Each 0f c ud� nine acts. after �rtII have was � boQ.L.hs opcn� up to serve a thrl�1\f numbers 9n tht' pitchfork «110. ' a been I.nd the prodbct sh9wS the reII"ult.8 too soon that thrre I.n! too many thi. at9r d� wrll at� n d a� faU8"Ue." . I� embarruslng �Ition. I had to bu:Jlnr&5. of ��� : � � h c re�: m In.strumcnt dollar both e:c�ence thousand made for tal m c mu @l·hlm. Jen�n really �asn't a cold. K. . Claren« Monson. general chalnnan him by Knute Reindal. wh� si recog_ wht'rtvrrlc hUhas been.Mr Alter lravln g " Nlcr day . forK. s.k·et.chlllg... . This Is b�t . hl& heavy brealblnr com� from 8i d cf the aHair. acted as announcer and niled by Kreisler and 'other famous Parkland he YHter Y h the fact thaJ he has dIs.IOCIlted his n"�1 ttie lU'Ounl:1 phrases new the' �. of assisted him acting violinists the �'modern Strtt.dlvarl- Itlnt'rary hl� b�the�: ' a� m�Y'!"M': 011(" ·at present with' t�e comlnl extension five tlnl�a. HQ.nest. J�ll$('n man bet""ccn acts while ous:' The cello has but one sU'Ing, up_ Dahl, will isgo"beln: a into clUes north' of here. camp� breathed through his n08e slnce hasn·t ot group!l dt.y every Alinost �rlng. of Clarence was announclnl. �rs. Ed- on ""hich Mr. BIme movea a block of M thuS fU'declded ' hl.i IUn Sllverlo� o'ff tile highway . moved they durerists I.T "..ood up and do,,'O to P�UCf; so�. wllI.take him to Bre=�n Marc�� IUilllring t may be seen. at · :' Uda and Hlghby abo &Misted In thrSe Contrary K K . to �nrral supJl(l6ltlon, (he March 15, opcn: Everett. March 16: ent scenic spots ;lroduclng pencll and. . Itl�. of ge utel the r und 1 ope or h et a h :O�:O�c��°i.:th�!'..���ollr�e IIbrar): . I'I:� �g:��::�. : :�.:.. ��';h�;':$ ::!.k��; i�:�:�c, \",�:c� '=:.r:�.;': ':;.:: � �t!�r!�h:� ���'C;;OI�:!� .CSK. . ��. : has original copies of. b90b printed as trio compo6ed of Evelyn and Mildred cO.mt'S frorrr.-s�md box In about-the. Ch�. . Seattle: ·Everett.· -March 19: far back as 1�28. Thr5e books havr Monson and .Dorothy Oelamarter sang mIddle of the Instrument. Mt. . Sl�e Stan",'ood.· March ' 20:-Mt. Vernon, WE HA'"VE WITH OS: oden oo"t'1"1I and have a bind� that . March 21 : Ne",' Wetltminster, B. C.. Aberdt'CJl. debater upon seeing one of ,!ofar two songs. " Throw Anothrr Log:? says this Is his favorite Instrument· to thOfte of any moder� • ' the FIre'" and " Ink 0 k a 000;' ac- and that he would not trade It for'any- March 22: Vancouv�r, B. C., March 23: our youog profs, " who's that: � fl�n- l!! supe.rlorblndln � have IM� morl' companied by Thelm, Daniell." Mr. thing. He has played th� same pltch- March 24. 'co�cert: Am�riCan Cen- ky?':' Don Reid: t.be voice of experi- bthookns. These a ' 406 years �nd are today stll� as Hunter P�f. "Howd dbec.)(.�. next, fork ro�. CUtten yt'&.n . .. On It. Mt.. Bime tral Luth�ran' Church. Bellingham. ·enct'. wHh another . bit of his wlttl- good when they were m@de. . presenting several hUtp�lfl magic played 0 Happy Day by .Wcxels. and March Anacotte3 March 26 ' and clsm: " Yau can'l kiss a girl unrxpect- An M esting feature about on: book lMclts. Bill . Gregory Prt'�led .1s act " 0 Sacred Heart'· by Oerhardt. Our Sa\1�'s Luthe�n Church. ' Bell- cdly. Thr neares-t you can come to it that Interprinted h In W:lttenberj.ln 1561. 2'1 t' most t�e ot one I mys.s to kIM her soo n er than she thought therrmln, of facial contortions. Bob Cory and The Ingham, Mar h . ls 11& c;over. which Willi made OUt of a ru romg of anEldon is l Anderson trumenl&. musical uld!" o you "" Henry Wells. a tumbling team froin. terlous c manu.�rlpt on vrUum wrlt�n Brookdal�. 'Which reminds u:J: "Love mInus.l Lincoln ga"e a tumbling act. atteT which ot.her tb.lng which Mr. Sime feat�. tovr·r. one ls able 10 Irvels ever)·thlng but the hel.d:' Oon ·Latln. On thismusical tap dancing from Uncoln dane"- The affalr which produ�s the sound-. ) Personals InscriptioJl.' Latin' Piper dl!!playing a parking tJcket . .5t'. e thew ed one number. The 5Cxtette. Nor- look... IIkr a radio. but In reality the most valuable �k In the 11 - .' mail Jensen. Mr. HUnter, Vic P�l'5Oru. music Is made by ""avlng the t}ands be- Aftrr se\'eral weeks of haft!. work. " Gather lip rou� while you mayY'Bev- braThe br for ty I� "Or Bervo Arbltrlo" written ",1th his wife. eral day girls' combing the building Harvey Johnson. Jack Hudson. and OOn �ore a tall metal rod. charged. with 110 Dr. "ngelatad. together prlnt�- In Norl'nReId plaYed(t\l:'o numbel',ll. to�lowed by ,·olts. To " ground" It. one .must . keep wt'rr In. Oregon last week to obtain umbr�llas. Gene Jack playing ' with Martin Lutheran and 2 . A ording In 1 8 O , l'"? y 5 cc .to humorous\ sax skit by Jensen and hIs left hand on a box, and It i� by this much-ntcded rest. The college presl- buttons. Watch . your step girl!!. re�l'iae. orl&. only twelve of these books r!Clst . controls the volume of the dent and his. wife were In Silverton, " Dutch" Moe v�iting forbidden terrl- pay. Hunter. Prot. " Yasure I Bkaltellyu. " thal are guarded which In Europe tod tory. sound produced. Thr instrument revl.sltlng . w lth Dr. TInge1stad's parents, Prof. B:ardon abdicating trom the ClInord Haugen. and his key man, closely. Norman Westling, presented. lin Inter- sponds the aame � anyone who comes while Berdine Knutsen, hl!! secretary, dining haJl. Harry OribbQ.hm leading very Mr. Xavlrr, lIbl"arl�n. has a "ery \"Ie\lo'. Singing two numbers. the quar- near It. as was proved "'hen .Mr. S1me visited at t).er home;n Canby. OTegon. a sort ot double. life. B\l1 Mackle's neatly 9.fTang� shelf ot morc than a n took one 01 the stu. d. ents near It. "My and In Portland. a nd problem to hardest t('tte WII.'! the next feature. and in con. girl attracUve enough please him. dozen books 'prlnted In the early part c1�lon. the orchestra played another Ood. Ho'" Wonderful Thou An by and " Beautlful Saviour'" by Because the CWA 1& no loncer l� et- and dumb enou,h to Ike h1m. The of the 17th centu�l'. and five boo�. pubFaber group of numbers. . new girls. Dorothy. Laur�, and Novell. Ilshed. In thr earl)' part of the 16�h With the propam over, the booths Christiansen were thr ChO�es play� fret for teache"rs� Blil R.asmu.a&en Who always do",'O o�e � the hlll. , .'W'Y _ _ opened �. the cam1nJ on this Instrument. He a.lso played has been e t achln In Edison. Washing_ Take ourwalking tgirls. you"q never find Il ton, has returned to school and l!! re. him d01l'Jladvice, - --IIIfit' � _r.""'-f_ 'rbe-atta.c1JDnll 1 "- •. ' .Of Year , siding theft'. h� lor the kicking WRECKER' SERVICE In the boys' dorm. were : 'Ibe Hou8e 01. HOITOl'S. Bide &bow, �st .lOadcast post. Among the ml:M1na, . one Herb Day .nd Nit. elven Wednesday Night Rosle's Coffee Sh0p.." P'O.-tune 'l'elllnl'. a I g lI Schoo e Music for Ortt.d l Parkland ��OO��5.���rlci the lOy b�� t:�::? CoI_ ��:: ��� :: �,.� �rc: Pacific onthly m Lutheran bl'Tbe �: = � !� �:rro:: ��a I P.-T. A. ".'eetlng Friday aftt:moon will. wesUing-Wranl combination rolng Ca. R....lriill' legl' broadcllllt last Wednesda.y even- be Oil ' Beau.ty. Parlor ror menk only, Ponhs.d. Inc. FIshboot furn1shed by Pacltlc Lutheran CoI- r,reat gUDS. Remember V(cs, love makes 9:4� p. m. KVI staUon over at SubscripUon arid Tic et Belllng . Saga Car- lear boys When Eugene ,Bursoyne PlaY1 the world ro round but marrt&re keeps IP.' the advertlslng to del'oted Arn Id M hta b e Bonud.l. B�.uty Sh�;pe :.phone It on the square, �old Anderson uknlval. Arnold Myhra. bwlness mao- �!��n ;��lI:.,::dn�:x Marp�t ��.U:�� ::"�� rs::: ager - You Ira _!come'to , " Inl everybody to go down' to .. mortu- Studrnts yearbook. pve a short talk. for ' l come: In while wlltln,' were both satisfied ",1th the resUIts °ef On ofthrthemusical w · ' e t Arrn the atter? m ' What's part of the program. . IU") the carnival and said it a hu 7 g you f K�le nough weekO e W�t'h w�;�';:�iJ ..-'-h c o ood te I' ' I'M :r:. success from every angle. �. CArt�(h:e,��it WIV,,'".rIr.' ......... o;;=- Vi�:: ",��:��en. =�� g �� N������:J:� �� . -Last SAturday the F.R.A. boyS added . a.'d �id. Victor Persons. Lewis O. Huno rama CI Ub to C'Ive ter and Erling La�n, played t",o num- Mrs. A: L. Morrls, with w�om Anne another- improvement to the campu�. Froyen Avenue" h t Rl,l and re "Edwards' They Jphnson lut condltloned sl:&y, . e March" be from n; � '"Tannhauser Cantata. Play Mar. 27 Wagner and " MIlI on the Forest" by evening gave a lurprlse birthday dIn_ to the chapel, makjni ,l t wider and covof Miss Froyen. Those trlns It with loose gravel. Another Wlt� the presentations already se. pberllng. Norma Preus played a p�o ner Printers In honor is from PacUlc Lutht'ran COllrre proJret which' they will start Invited lccted. work has begun In eamest on solo. " Valse to E Minor" by Chopin. were A nne Johnson . Allee Roe. Kath· pulting· lawn lU'Ound the buUdlng, the next Drama Club program to be The bOys' quartet, Arnold("","Anderson. ryn Stationers ' n ohnson gueat. honored . " J .� r �:�:':n,;�,r;;� �"::: � I : :������;. =:�alri.��lI:a�� ::::�� Th h · � Engravers n ' I f Sui:�: �::"h � :�:p��; ���� O�;�::; :; ���a;�yTh�7:n� ��, :=:, ��!nce ��=.m�.: ;�= :,:� d n h d w :; ' ; Pror. . O . .EdW",", Jo '", .", .. . 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Plannl the. first Bowery party in SunrIse ServIce the history or Pacific-Lutheran College. Here Easter M,n " I 'n" term will be from June 18 to. the Freshman Class is' working on the and the ljf'COnd ' from I h h h to August 30. The, bulleUn Lut Tacoma h� ����a: Fr�:�� n�:�� ��!lI ��: �: Annu;al Event in lona will e 5e5S : �� . :! k, :rl'li�pr I ;;;·;�";I;h:;i··m; tot the regular Commltlees tu:� busy In thelr prepa­ lege Buildtng at 6:30 IlteU 0' ' raUons, but a veil 0"1 myste,D' Shrouds Will Sern Breakfast tw� new ·Instructors, llpeelall!l their actjons, as many of the facts will for the lIummer, will al80 not be revealed unUI the night of the The Tacoma Luther Leagues will Those who sang In the ChOfUS wefe 'VI�an Johnaon of party, They wish to give all concern� sponsor I,helr fOUfth annual Easter Mary ?i'ash, ,Ellen Bergstrom, Madge o :n:ga:,r::g a�d�����: =:� morning sunrise servlc� and breakfast ::�:��'v�::r� �':,�, �:;I�YW:�� Alice Pl'terson, Evelyn Monson, �rnold atrord to miss this party whleh the on the Pacific Lut.beran ,College e m t A fr n o ��'''�':U� I ��;��;P:;I�;�:;;<. ooea::!::; t��� �;�ireSh_ :�::: 1:�:::�g ;:���:�1 :�:' �:'=n�·,���:� :::::�n·i"Ro �I��: n o . u w r S ' S � U ' ::e���e� :a����li�. �: �:�: ���I; ���: �� ���. ;�:I��: lead- =:;'dtheM��� ����:� ��:� I ;;;;;;�"'--i�; ::- w��': w�ln ,h."" l oaP'''tn. a:-"�� �a�! A can':: �n::":��=� the cpmmlttee o'n :�a�t � o:::;r::t�u:fS.�::'e Haul Mon�n, Novell Nag�1 arrangements would emit was that the Collegt' of Puget' Sound . \\111 be pre- ofPansy Collier. grand prize will. be unique and dllfer- sen led. ent: Bt'rtrum Myhre, p, L, C. freshman, th e dn I U p:s�:�tl :r �eM:e$:ra! I�I��:� :� th� ��:�e�!�' :�o� SAn°:e::� Edwards R,eveals t r e H �: : ;::!tu':H�: cl:� =�� p=�� :; �����1i I:?d �����I:�� ��� Choir Repertoire 1\1Slsts that all,g;-a.duates and freshmen ::: will ;:�:; also be�:furnished by Orben SIrr..e, be pr,esent. kn=�rs on the theremln LI���::���!I!��a��!� �o:r�:rn a recepllon ho�oong the · tour of April 8 to 15. Prof. J, O. otflce� ot the German - The program will be presented from cert ds announces- the selection of the Winthrop J:!otel T�ursday SlI , May 5, 6 Are Set As the Iront porch of the school. with the Edwar Esther Davis to act as chaperone March 18, Mrs, Bondy a est of audience seated In chairs on the .lawn. Mforrs.the· trip; Coach Olson will also Consul and . W, �Inh.ardt-ot BeHouseparty Dates Af�er the outdoor program, breakfast s1ngel'3. ompany c attle. -ru:: l} Col Ul. dl e lege ing The choir.t�e be served w-!!Ich 15 meeting regularly Verner Bitters, havlng had several The Delta Rho Gamma girls have wUl hall. to practice Its numbel'3, will give the German cadel& ' his guellt4 set May 5 and 6 as the dates for their at hti rollowlng groups of numbers at all·the home, gave some Impreaatons that he house party at Camp 'Mlya'jlma, the B .dler to Marry scheduled ,concerts: alnady arranged Olrl Reserve camp on Fox Island. At urt Kr�. had received. at . the Oerm.ah Club for,With many COncerti! rben 81mI'. representaU'!'e of PaA. 27. ... TUesda M�rch thlll t a meeting of the group last Thursday Louis� Donati April B ; meeting I Y Ander&On pre- .cUlcoLutheran Colle'ge, wtu be baelt..1n noon, further plans were made and . same meeting . Arnold " U Helpeth s Also -Bach Spirit . and Parkland after �t.e�. the committee in charge Includes Ellen T,ngelstad to ODreUlte sented a compart.son of the tiainin'g "Bless the Lord"-T5Chesnokoff of our naval cadets with that of the During th� lat.ter part. of April, be wUl Bergstrom (chairman), Gertrude Sten' present concerti! on tu. famoul plk:hGermans. berg, Thelma Daplels and Marga.re� Sunday, AprU 8. wUl mar): the de- "0 Sacred Head"-Chrlstlansen fork cello and thenmln In eutern Wesson. Evelyn Irwin. club president. panure of another brother from tne " He is BIes5ed-8odermnn u r :a:�':� ;'��n :��� " Hosanna In the ' Reid, Edward.. w�=� =�Kr,.81me'wUl'� ; tI:� � :n:���n= ��� WZ n m e le . :::U::� II heArd on . the Easter. swir1ae :aervtce' ..to prevloW! announcements. be ' joined In holy matrimony to M1&s a e In ff Meet C�aSle, �n the e l �= f�::: �f=U: In Noble ' s:n:or: � !��g=-:t :: ;: �e��od��:���� �\..����: ::�: :: J:::'::'�:� � evening h1a concert .01 Rink TUesday night, April 24. fro!'l of!lclating, FollowlnJ 'the ceremony,I'·Chlllun. Come on Home"-Noble Cain Central Lutheran Church of , nine to twelVe o'clock.. The f?OrrImlttee an InvliaUon recepUon Will be held Iri ,. . SOlo, Arnold Anderson . E. 14. H!Iie'8 eharp: for party ananpmenu Includes Vivian the church parlora. ··U,( 'n n ; .pn · Rev, M:� Lodo, Tacoma;' AprU ture.1n �e Saga. an!1.MIsII IrWIn � and M)Ton hdae ueahr . RETAO- "Tank Naar En,ang;' (0 OloooUII Day) concert by Zion and Bet.bel all membel'3 to wa� the bulletin and . Myron head usher, ' -Chr1a:Uanaen' Churches, �; Ap.rU 5, board for announcement of the ·date M15s DonaU, the . to be. 111 a SOlo Ronald M&rtI.n · the picture 111 to· be taken. grad�t.e of the Tacoma General HOIS, "Beautiful � ' vlO�"----chrlat1aruen Luthmn� �an..;: n I Solo, M11dred .�o� e, l"1nt Norwepul Lut.be'ian group: From all reports, 9, April 7," m e :' �! ::: � � � P ya�tio'n 'I, Prelude " was a ,lUCCI'S!! and "iprinlY" Chur�, SeatUe, . M; L: Hen'll; the couple will aaU on the M8. North- "Qlor1fl�tlon"-Chr1l,l� ' . to dllltract 'the mtndll ��:��'Sea� , =.e'!:.= To MU:l-Ter,m Exanu lind from seitue for �. where "�I Pom1lut" by LVOVZlky, v the lltude� :� l d April g, Rev, 0" 0. ' e.lftIoo" wo 4&Ya ,a"!ftY from .the bookII :rw :r t.i!:: �� :Sd�C:=��f: :: =e�es��:�t�o��:own, will Tenjoyed followed In Prof. �ri Prot Edwards . in Bef'tUe. . �hurch by the studez:1ta In t.be va- past el8'ht YNl'S during the flahlng lII'a- l be by taklrig hili fool&teps Reid'1I ' " caUon tomorrow �d Prtday. 'l11e SUIIIn· addlUon to theae, Mr. ' out on Prlday, too. AI. penalon of claliaes OIl Maundy Thura, give a group of plano former It was well taken and the Friend s;ii"e. Col,.e.e' "Polona1se" (cp. 53), '!lay and C)oo(f Prtday 13 the'OI'lly SPrin&: peacefUlness 0/ the scene blended in $5CMt-MemOri•• 'CJft My"re · 1. ·M ,er: vacaUon aUord!d Paclflc' . Lutheran ih A Plat," Brahms; and "1£ to make It a nI,a! Harmony cl&&l CoUege .t�ent& . th1a Year", The only 8ince Marvtn .�. foimer 'bud- nella.;' Papnint- . Pacll1c Lut.beran CoUeae Is the'redp.. I other boUda7 before the i:lcae of achooI De. m.aoqer of lbo, Moortna Malt. � a1ng1ng at � lent Of I. dralt. tor IlOO from J- 0, Beck to Speak on JU;De 8 � be Kemor1al lJoQ', 'Yedp bas lett ICbOo!; :Bertrum 1l.vbre ·baa Uoned in the Iaat 1I0C1r'!lW'places Llvdalen of 8J)OQDe. Tbe IItt. MDt to 1CUt; the M*1ay. J4a)' ,30. ' . - ' ta,keb< Oftr the � deputmebt IP'OUP wUI &I?JletU' Aprtl � at tbe DlOI'DP 'Be(:aUllf: of t.IH! rehearsal �� the Dr 'I'b::\piRad OD Marcb12,..' In ,tbe � a DU!DIOI1aI to Mr, lndaIeD.. . �tber or' not tbe vacat10D will be Of the colIeIe' pl.lbUcatioil. DnW . re- 1ng eerviceS of the Pint LutberUl I;>iama Club Easter can� the Prmcb na'� apent. "a_y tram � boob" '\a � c;mtly, Mr. Myhre' baa been �tc ehurcb In Tacoma,-Rev. Ernest Q. ,� Club .4kl �t m� for it rqular meet! wite, �. �., Wbo. med 0c&.0ber ' able, s1nce ruWar p'lireek - bualDeu JIlMIaIlU.: i&Dd with hill experl. eon's eharae. After· tbIa CODOe:rt. -d1nDer ing last Priday . 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Chlna·Fa�ul.y L.di.. ' Quartet . Marvul. Hans�� " pr..enh Fint Concer.t Bertrum Myhre " It. . . . d s LA n . . o o WI b D 7� � l dded . .. t- .::�.';':�,�;i.':,':.,:,:;�r:; T>lI , e �� :�� =d�:': �:"��:::�2 .. t pa . - the 'trInity 'Lutheran Chun:-h �aS� �ed�!oar little boy'. hit a . soon:. :r!:t �hen went on Ruth� : N. J. Hong and O. . J .' sT:e� . ,'ltsSly. g . . .. , � S"an! n�ternapUnfl : No. . ��..�=. =n:��inc:u:r ,:�;I:: . -LA. tell ,him t.o, .� tbe trouen tn._II, _<' Education for Peace ' . . and claMlcal songs 'W85 au�nted- b'' . . Elizabeth Sluen tvLsltlng �a shoe. . G.' Hunter. bY" Lewls violin selecUona , �As far ack as records go war has been the' chief occupatiqn'of maker) : What do yo_u . make shoes CIIX· : Her dad�LA. . ' . ( offered me $20.000 to . l The Trin�ty· OuUd. .,ponsors of the man�ind" istory' is simply a succession of wars. a nearly unbroken from? . marry his daughter. lunch after the conserved program chaih of):>attles. and the horror and cruelty seem to have grown ' in Shoemaker: Hide. It took on right You up Osten: him cert. �xac\?,ti� with the advancement of civilization. Hitherto hl:lman- Elizabeth: Why sh;Juld I hide? . \. ' away dldn't you? Ity as a whole has been acting as though it were hellborn and hell- Shoemaker'. Hide'. Hide! The cow's ClIx: No. he was In the Installment ' Members or the quartet are Mrs. Mrs. ClIrford Olson. Mrs. bound. con�eived. of the devil and returning to his abode, Tod�y. outside. Hauge. PhiUp, business and wanted � give -$IOO down , k. only a few 'years after the worst slaughter of all .times the world Elizabec.h: Let the 01' cow come: I'm and'$l every wee A. W. Ramatad aQd Mfa. Jobn Xo.vler. · ' with Mrs. J. OJ Edwards. accompilnlat. is in the midst of a ra(:e fo'r armament unparalleled in all histbry and not afraid, -LA. that despite the universal. belief that the next war will be cata�trogJd o H !Ur Andel1lO ho -LA- . phe of such magnitude that the late World �ar will look deminutive Mrs. Preus: The Foren.ic Season ·End. �e" sen�e, :T:m..,y : . 1lD:�te furniture mlut J.s :relt '(lrl. in comparison. . y Is ,oln, down the s�t... . _ . !n f�ce of these prosp�cts. peacelovi�g pe,ople throu�hout the he:. Preus: I'll see him In a mtr'iute. Eldon: I'd rnu.��� after Th�. ot�:�I:���t: ;!���h �::V�� r h t v t o S :��� Tell �Im to take chair. Ronnie: Say. my trlend. you help Its seMOn Friday; March. 16. Accord� i ::�i�t�t:a�i�:���:�f��: �o;��s ;o�:;� m����� �g :..� ��e �i success-. broke and haven·t to Mr. P!1uege� the seaaon them is,' intense nationalism that mOl'\strous being which h�'ds the Mrs. PrellS: I did. but he said, he' me o'ut a little? 'I'm a , e f fare bo e. People of practically every �ation helpless. in its gri'p': against them W��d start with the plano and radio .evePedest� my � �:: m'; te a; !�::': l ��:!U�:Po� �.. Certainly. 1 m sorry tor op . is the ridiculous idea of the glory (1f war a belief passed unto us ·from � . ust be hard not to have even debaters. Members ' of the. rt!Urtng you. the dark ages. and �arefully nurtured 'in'the schools 'of eve'ry country Manager; You-LAcan't go on alter that your squad Margaret Wesaon. Hazel fare" Where do you Uve? through a pagan teaching of 'history from kindergarten on i-nto the m . � Ie: Astor�i., �.mivers}ty: Withou,t this glorificatic:>n of ,;",ar an� inten,se nationa!. �:�::� : Why? \ �o. ':�Jo::u:eIt!�:���� ��� I� our age would be , Practically ImpoSS ible : With them . It Manager: .They might t.hlnk It·s an "00 you think ._ anything be d.one Yen. William il�r. and �land Swan\,1: I �e�'I�:b�. 59n. Ille. subject debated was "Re.....Ith m;\volce?" 85klid Arnold. ----' The general opmion amone 'oeoole of common sense seems to ..._ aervloo in Mlvl'd : ThAt the powers ot the preal.be that education against Imperialistic thinking IS the only way to Any empty pop bottles lady? asked an emergency replied the slncert! mu- dent be subs�tlally lncreNed as a w,prld peace This IS oAly partly true The masses of the world have the Junk man settled polley In the United States' slclan no ImperialistiC deSIres and education against such IS therefore not 1 should say not snapped Volly N In the chorus? needed The campaIgn must be directed against the thinking that 00 we look like we drank pop at this 'NO' In your automobile hom L. D, R. Next Tuesday paves the way for WIllingness to bow to the Wishes of the war lords house ? was out of repair " e h r t a o i s i I egar bot les. then. lady he n t t I ��ta��di�: ���� b� ��!; ���:���7,���� �o !:� ��e ����� �� ve���:e;. � t ?" Mar�: Mama.-�� peopl e are In hel/n�:t ��a�' !r�� !��� !:!: nationalism.. They must learn to see the idiocy of their preposses-LAmournln'r. do they blaelr. nlrht- of Mrs. O. A.. T1ngeLstad with M�. sian5 and prejudices. the absurdity of their beliefs in_national and Mr. �rdon : For what reasons are ,owns' nngeU!� and MH. L. lAnon as host­ racial superiority, and be led to understand that people of other na- people refus ed credit? Mn. W�n: Why no. of coone not. esses. The prop-al!l will include a read­ hons are after all hum,an beings like themselves and should be re- Paul Preus:. SOmetimes because they Mar&'; W�II, don t . tbey feel jgM. Ing- by Marp.ret Wesson; . vlolln. solo specte,d as such. SeconQ!y. the schools of the world must teach his- aren't _known and sometimes becau.c;e bad at nl,M tbey'do D. R. In _tbe daY_ by Wlntrrt!d Butsch; a paper-"L. · tory as it is. not 'as- a succession of glorious wars, but as a succession they k�own. tlm�? a ste.pping-s�ne· to Women;s MUislonof hideous crimes and' murders. They must show peo�e the world . -LA-LAa.ry Feders.Uon." whIch wa,s given at as it has been: humanity ,sweating. slaving. starving� dying by the Sea CapLaln: What brinp oat to KelUl Reld� I was aab&med of you In .the W. M. F. meetm. ·in BeatUe, Mari:h millions in battle: tortured on the rack and at the stake; fighting the ralllnr in this weather' the .restaurant: 'What did you � by 20. by Rhoda �kenstad; and .. report famine and filth and horrible diseases to satisfy the ambitions of Jack 8.: Ob. I 1t'&I'I Irnpelled 'by flllln� your . pockets wltb tbose pickled on the' w. M. P. meeting by -V1rgtnIa vain. blood-thirsty. empire-seeking rulers f�m Alexander on down sornetblnr deep wlibln me. wblte oniOOl? Mahncke: A business meeUng wUl folao f l h e a o nIo ? o bt low the Protram· ' . . �e� �u�: :���.)���� �h� ����� �����e(r t��r�:���: Charlie: I'm t��� ot asking some th:y :e:::�� DA I � q ����. i �I �f broken. the ho�s killed. the fertile fields laid waste and the cities girl to marry me. What do you think -LAdevastated. Nothing but the truth must be. taught. truth naked and of the Idea? Dutch: Think you'll be able to stand ---�--1 bare. truth in. all its hideous reality. And this 'education must �e Pearl: It·s a great Idea. It you aak the heat ' down there In Caltroml&? rPirkl�nd B.rber Shop univresal. If tnis can be done. then in another ce.ntury the sun Will me: Why, It's a hundred and ten In the . .nd -LAshine down upon a new world. a world fr-eed from the cruel arms-?f shade aU the time. Confectionery militarism. a world in Whicp the seedgerms of peace and good�11l Tbe favorite nower of most any (irl. Buclfy: Well. I don't have to stay In the jhade. do I? which Christ brought into the world twenty centuries ago j'Tiay find is the flower 01 �erican Youth. fruit. be�r and grow to which .. suitable soil in ="-:-...� P"", �.;. N �;.;. TSO _ UO �� exaInIDa.tIou): �,-,._G£_O_._KN�", First Brltlshe�� you've been in Charlie (al�� America. e�? W85 It a lecturhlg tour? Nane, CoaId lOG flAd oat. ..ben tbeT're r. ::::-::--::-....;�-:��--'t Eatter tbe tIlOTInc' ptemr. they . Second Brttl�her: Oh. yea. My. wife (Olnr· .to �� �� . ed Again is Easter here to remind us of the resurrection of Christ. 'lectured me trom one end of, It to the. Jut took of my --'1DAld-:BcbooI Boob, BUppUa the most glorious' fact of Cl'lristianity. For it ,i s a fact.. and to those other. _ LA J F' VISELL CO. . . . boy;stop that mule. f us who so easily stagger in our faith it is a comfort to know ·that . Stranger: I say. �gar: .I. ha� e. no stopper. sir: ft is not only a Biblical fact but a� historl�al one. ":Jn�li�!n& .his"� �. ' . . S.: W�l�. h� . him. then. toriahs.have spe�t years trying: to dlspr�ve It, but the.'r "-:,vestlgatlons Compliments of Pbone Ka1n . 2870 iOIlio Pac. AYe. . E.: Hes already �_eaded, sir. . ' . have only added' more proofs that Chnst actually dId flse from the .. . ' tu!; Conto upd your impertinence. tW'D ... dead. And th�t is all we need to know. "-: ::-:COAST 1 _ ' -'--...._ . .; ..,. mT What a wonderful world the resurrection of Christ opens for E.: He's right aideyo outrucal already. ·sir. to him .: Speak ERY P . . hotos. us. Perhaps the great�t thing about it 'is its proof. of i! life .after S u Mule... GROC soul would stili be . E.: Good �rn1ng Mr. . this for without th� resurrection. the human Perfec t'lon, IS our ri.ddle aski�g the why of its .longing for immorfali.ty: and .the dee�st -LA.the knowledge Guarantee of existence would remain unsolved. As Byron saId, Kathryn: Nllw, Jennie. tb&t's twice' . ocat . "- :. f«:ars. a.nd - ;. of immortality o'ersweeps all pains. all tears.. all time, all thls YQu have come home andfOl'JOtten that ' .truth: peals, like the eternal thunder of the �eep. '"to. our ears odu'cts lard. . Thou livest forever. ' .1ennJe: Really, it was so greasy It . . .. .. .. . . . .. . . . do<� -t ---'... --. ·:· .. ·······,····,,, .. · .. I-t--"·,,· � ··: · .. " .. '" " . ' · .. r·..··.."······· . ' 44 93 . ....... . CO-ED5-sandwich." Hot .nd . � 15c for :NiI:te Holes "� ..... -l. ""� botludaa'7.1ol.�' 1 . 304 Rus��I;;g: TacotrWl 10'1- IN . Cold Drillks ,,' foo sma,tness .nd 25c .for 18· Holes , . style ' d All Kinds . 0ty " Prin ! in WpOlen's Apparel . ·. Highe.st Quali .. tmg-.$':50 StUdwlt .monthfy · nth In 'a,. Mod,r�ly Equipped' Shpp . Shop at ' , . :,"� . , :�� ��.en�' ::.th�:!: ' "' . Com� In Buj" olow · Bo�ue Any Time.. ' , . . ' . S'K INN·. ER ... V' 'CO" Porklond Colf COU... . . 'SaleS �o"!r& Pacific Ave.- '1. : AllstrulD�. Prlnt,ing-- Company 939. 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On 8U�dayJAprll.8� � . ptruet.h �nnl.�" or the Trinlt.y - LUtheran Church o� Ta��. , n loc.ted·!lt So. 13th ��.I =��. :�l1be��::�t! :�� th� tllg felltlva\ M'rvlCH. At the n:'-ornv �.� �: �i�:,\�:hl:· �l�u��-t� �:. Schuh was ' the second pastor of th,e . chureh, ser,vlng from 1890 to I��, and When we return from vacation the old baseball rivalry Will be TIt I am t � president of the �rd of ,;�tl�1:�� gin again There'll be a league of three teamsLthe �hack the dorm Rhoda I'tokenltad Gives , . , , at �pre8enl Ing I� :=a;I�� �: ' Talk at ·Convention : :�,on of the. 'American Luth�ra�, Harry McCormick competirii-- In the and the day boys , All the .teams should be pretty gOod and pl,enty a t e sc I fans. the ' games are in store ,for At :30 In the afternoon an.tJl-Luth.. At'the meeUnr of the Women's MilI' �: �; : 1n �O; I:�S::P�n:!�:;:� of exciting " ' S. S. �V('SUlng loreached . 6��:�i-��:tI�� ':g����:� �:�o:::�:: ��:r��:: ::t��:; the finals by wln, , a , We'we seen loh of thriUln, contests, blLt on. of' �. ",e.test manuel Luthenm, Church in Beatul'. L. Ludwig, p�ldent of the �t,hwest: ���ann�h:��:g =��:� �'�:� Hoken_ .�rl"! D�trlct of the American Lulhe� eyer witnessed w.s the ,01' ' ,.m,• . �iw"n, Virwinla Mahncke; and Rhoda the. match. and finally to Win one-up sports rn.tches o� the Luth· Church �d member of the �.L.C. board on the 19th hole, Ham MCCormll�k. Norm Watlin • •n� Iud Lehm.n. At the 4!nd o' the fi�t nine, Wes alad �n!' n!pre�nta�ve8 orma f thl other -finallst won out by topplI�g w s two down, but ume b.c � � , win th. tenth and twelfth.h'ola. :'::fl�;::��::::nO ����t. uon of :� ��:���I:I ::��., .:�!!eo��:�� , � the score. For the .em.lnln,. si. �oles, �tf.. cont�tanh shot :ra�!�::r�J:� t�:t��:�: �::I�a;;; tyln, ...... Rock, Wuhlngton and Rev. E, C. Knorr , to plar !, f the he, Westlin, At the 'afternoon se5Slon Rhoda)Hok- of � �11 speak at, a special gath· � enstad gave paper/on "L. D: ,,":'A ,s:attle look the match by a one up margin. nen. fourt, PI.yin', th� flnt h�e �It.'.InWh�t conn�man!B and youna:.fo1kll for erlps: thriller! a M1.!Is.I · s nary With o Women· e to m.tch the .nd stepping-ston hole the took . the n La P second division aul rson I Norpard, The f.acul,ty ladles' quartette. Will .a13o Federation, Herb Osten Elluen; and, S. 5: l t 5 ih: i;��I��S:':'�gatlon,: through ' Ii . . ' Harry-MECormici.�s was the-tournament in Ar;oth�r goi5d-match � ����:�� �;r:�I��;:�a�!� �(��� � will �n u Exc ang�s, , - :�.. ::n�;lge;��te:;: ��:ar� u thL5 com- win over Ray Hinderlie. �ne up on' eighteen. The winners of thes� . P<" iS 'c;t:lmpleted. WlU contain the two ment,'oned matches, Westling and McCormick. will play off . ' meetlnp, ' an.l\lversary theM! of any hte t e t e ve f �nd number one position on tR� go � f. PI�� �u��� =:� t:I���t�:: �I�t ;��� �e f:o�����:� t�� for the school c�ampionship \\'lII p�ab1y ,be run off similarly to squad, How about giving these boys a ' i ittle gallery and making I t heated, gallon kettle., and mOn! than , Dr. N. - M.\ Y)visaker Visits ' last Ye1lr'� ladder tournament. In thL5 look l-ike a real contest? It will be well worth your time. and will 25 ton.!! of d�'lert are turned out tn a Pacific Lutheran "'..rch 16 yeaJ;, :;t=rge7e�t�' �w�la!:� �,:c��a�:�: prove excit.ing---:-to say t�e least " from POrtland. when! he was Coming 0 S. S, him In the'ladder, Thus If he able. guest of Rev the hol,1Se The studen at the Inn Col1ege at v.fLCatlonlng ' he';eaY��i��;� s Dr. 'N, M., .Y1vlsaker.. the Kraabel. turn , arol1�a M orth Alt McRae ot ,N C An i!)terestin, f.ct was brought to our -attention the other d.y �, �� e ::�� to date h ta n I o to I t��: � � ��: � �::C ,; !���:::; ���� !:, � :;�� � ki Y . concerni�g the basketball championship It seems that the � � e an!: t n� ;e:;.: t :g��.� FIrst, division: Westling defeated outfit w•• so. confident o' winnin, the cup that they �ere bUlldln, �a!lh dishes: football , huskle.!!' hustle Parkland Friday. March 16, Stuen and Lehmann: MCCormJck won a trophy case to put it in. Cuess our boys put a nice d.mper on th.t bags, While here. Dr. 'Ylylsaker enjoyed a over Preus and Htnderlle: tour ot the college campus. after which , Lehmann . , " A h professor took 'Dahl. and Hlnderlle trounced idea. at F1Q11da State he Willi the dinner guest C!t Mr, and I. ' S. S. Colleg 'e tered hls attemoon claM with Mrs, E, Tlngelstad. ' Thompson. Stuen defeated Dahl In a ' ronsolaUon match. a .speoeee h dl50rder. walked to the board, At the banquet which Coach Olson �ve his basketball boys the , te d d a n O ' W NO:': ::� ��eL :::: f: �e:;�� other night, �e revealed o·ne interesting asset of this year's team. I n ;�l \�IYo�n�:xt �:e, I � �!:� �arl H::�eC��� J���::�e Fowby defa1.Jlt; EUasen wallopped Bondy: his talk to the boys he told the,m t"'at they , were the best team �e, I,.r wen! hOllte�a at a meeting of PeP Schlanbusc:h Piper, and TrulCerUun professors at the UniverSity Club lut Thu[lday evenln;. has had'as far as fighting and playing hard to t,he final whistle is con· ' �n def,eated swamped Anderson, Those boys were of washington say tbat student.. who The ,p�m, 'whlch followed a bualcerned, " Truer words were never spoke," aim , for ')A" grad� biuTen of per- n'e5S meetlns, eonaillted of a reading by .. game to the last: and they had to be, to bring down a state confer- sonallty and that the great horde of Martha 8chelrmeyer and, a plano 8010 . . . ence champIOnship, by Rulh c.tlaorl, "C" studenlB move.!! the world.

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te h I o lW=I�I=;���a� :t �'c:!� :a::� Bcuketeers at Feas,t · :nW;:�n;�e�\:;��h �nior:::!� �; ;:��W!�k� �n�:.��::!: !� ld a I o Track 1' h In His Home Match 22. ;:� S:� ��� . � l�� :�,:� ��� =:" �:w�':e��:e : �:�'=n�:: 1! t�e :�:�'d P:a:�t� ,:��: -spirit<'! of these young ladles, BasebaU our composing a theme' song. "We flrid the path of a car In front of the school. J...a:oot Friday night. the 1934 baaket· These girls work Batw:ct aya ,!lnd dur-· work very enjoyable," aaya one' ener­ wu thrown upon the hood of the He Golf ball squad we.n! the honored guests ot Ing spare time at school. They are getic YOl\ng lady. "Bqo-o-oo" from an­ car and r..5 the stopped, he hurled to the (round. HOI!Ipttal lnvesU- eoa.ch and, Mrs. 01.5on at a banquet clipp\ng oilt tmportan't articles and plc- other young lady who . workina- to 10 given In their home. We-\!nders�nd tures fr:om the newllpapers, �mbllna: to school. gatlona proved Qtat Charles' InJW;es that We Carry'Spalding Sup­ the boys did away With two tur_ and ar:rl!-nging magazines.. cataloguing ' only painful but minor, eon.sIsttna: were plies for these Spring leaving even enough tor bookS. ·end mending them, MOn! than -------:--­ keys s and face and a apraln- the dwithout ot bruised. arm Games --og. After, flnillhlng their repast 100 Tapel song boob' have been me�d- r---'-�-1 ed ankle After a few days' .In bed, the graduating members of the ed; 1111' gtrls work In the three rooniB claases In back now I.!I . Charlie HANSON'S.J1WILRY made speeche.!!, which seemed tosquad In- at the end of the corridor oppoalte the DISTINCTIVE llPlre the others to do IIkewl!e. FoI:' library. . ber WASHINGTON 257 So, l l t� Sf" TlCom�"Wn. Mem ng thill o , the coach presented "1 gold J Amqng other thlnp, the -reporter . U ·ted ,unty " 5toreI nl �ketbal1s to each o"r the ten members learned HARDWARECO. that Love Story magu1nes �e '"' ' W,tch R....W.. '. .,,:"�Ity�-I u h" M , l ding 924 Pacific Avenue conaiderably during the last Dahl Grocery Co.. of the sqaad, "O a , tCte oe ea changed , : " .rld." _': oon�;'� :�: �:r �;.P:S� ::,� �7ae;ty :a,:�'oS: �: ��:tth,::h��� I ". -'--�--_:__-..,. -It The men receiving emb)etr:l3 were:' curious of the' Library's magaslne col, " Dutch" Moe. "Sweete" WUlard, Gene lectlon Il� the old oeUneatora �ot the , . Knlttlnl Co. ,Quality 774S TEtJ:� Jack, Charlie Least , Jack HUdson' Bob tay nineties, whlch resemble very much , , the GOOey's L&dles' Book.' They edn· Levinson, Harold ,Trulaon, Lja1 Bander403 l l.th Sf' TKoma� W.ash.' . son, Kenny Johnson. and Clarence taln elalxira� pIC'tum! of trend.!! in � . Monson. busUes, sk1rta and other fashions. Many RatnIISIrrior!' ��S v�. ....,.... ,_ : �C� We w",t �Ifill �r wants. One :!cuve:�:':tJ�:= :: ::: =� to�� . A number of.stewart Stars for -UI28 �y�=�c;",:;;, ,EASTER SPECIAL by experienced 'WOfkmen It from the Stewart Intermecllate School UHMANN PHOTO-F:INISHING . In Tacoma reveal the activities of some, S�ial Bu.... for partin. ,I•• , ' DELUXE , ,of our P; L. C. student.: Dorothy �Ia·P,rkl.nd �.��� Company elubl. team., ate. LEMON CUSTARD ,

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KAMPUS KOMMEN:TS .Personals P. L. C. Girls Become Poetical to Write . th;' most. il��� day PoU.er fe,tUn, lDl5hape (or th:�m� ' 8�da>: Easter trip Oribbohnl �ade hurr�ed a a,.�y re B7ttlad� /tor Chiklren . 'Class 'S to. hls home at Spoune last Tuesday or the .!Iprinrseason Ls.soon here. Cast� .se�n.��al 1}runnef ."O� ' . s'. Literatu . UP .tt smOIl�t.een pa� l �

�t. ot· \.hi! �u. IfOlng , . as his mother waa seriously III He re- Ing aside. the .,,·orldly u . to ,red�Il.Hd. Clarence, Mo!lSO'l "dsy, let tUrJ) t.o the splrl� siB'If you ha\"e been amused r�ent:)' at One of the most popular ballads In turned Sunday. " �Itorday opera "gut6t of .o�r ye.r� ,business . . nuteance of It: for It ' � on UtaJesus th� troubles certain gtrls had "'fUln!!: <:lass written by Edna Kelsey iMl't �elip year, Maf'l£�t poetry. heN' some samples..of their the three little pigs. Jens Rlbhelm. "33. vlslt.ed at school almost "two cent!lrle5' � that. vlc- thiS . potil ea;Y ' 0' ': ; the k�plng r m&llaJe Savlor, Jens, who hu been 'attend. Christ. our Lord and ballads, and tr-rou think It loob simple a;�� wUl tell Monday. f.or the near. ' otflc� busy. Us, look:lng I�g the. ·Unlverslt.y of wUhlngtOn. is torloUs over the grave after He had est try writing one y("OurseU, In oonne.;Uon . exit. con· nd a lost"· \IS. save to flrst came crucified been In leal'lng for ....Ith their' work in Miss Reneau's ChllAlaska soon. " " .K . K . demned sinne�aywe always hold !YOU KNOW dren's Wterature �Iass. the girls tried THAT: . . wrlttng ballads In the old style. i::ach Herbert Norgaard &lld Eldon Ander� sacred th� glorious' 'Ilords of the resur· 00"Swede" 1:1u cllm� Mt. TaWillard , saya old moth· "Now little listen ones," "He Is Risen: ty .morn, son attended a par ' 8-tven ul honor rn:tion made up her own story or took ' . . any other' per- . than coma mo� Urnes K ·K old tale. re·wrlUng It In ballad 'of the .former'; tweht-ieth blrtMay by . ,,� ��:.a�d seek .w�t you may, . Butn.ere's remember first Hey Johnn; wUl you ,go and Son. ' vered In� chcmis-" and last and always, Thelma. Daniels ai her home tn Brookdown Selma Befus. t.elllng· of an old wolf out t. h e way." dls..""O �t1ueger Jesse WUI liIrlng .speaker ou� to 'school?' Sambo, started hers Iilte this: , 'unable to complete dale Sunday night. . y�u take' a group to Seattle? ,These try �a.ss two , years ago ftha� "'a.rne Nel'a Olsen was , fI JO y �!cli��c�n�::�'� ���;elittle tik:.' �o:���IIt��tv��:contrlbuted th.e 'fol- �a=ffo:'�:aa���!a��; ���:�� t�a:n= t�'::n� ::� . . th�::'u��� �: '��: ;���::�!:�� ;:y, �� :Jca.l . n Was aU dressed up In h1l bran' h IS ���; � � �:�nti. ca'l wIth the orIgtnal, war ' he I II o as n clothes, e: ;:� ::; A Bit 01 Heaven �c:: I s t�,�� :� a y c � ;:�; = n h r h :n ,: !�:: to�� ;::�at member he a:y.�t��Il�I� of t�ndemess Ram&� took clay lrom of both th.� diee Cl�b Som'!!body around._�d It seems like th.e �'P�rOfe$Sor been g:;g : :a: :o:'�:h�:�er said ; rn ��� �=:'u::c;:��!y : :wn chem�� �' :; � x� d::� & 1 "��� b �� past years. �: the four and Quartet for �h��tI�a�l!s o:u�a����hlle, "If you will leave me be, I; . a' e h n f I� : u I ad, ':Ofessor Beck once' made · .. trip to ...:... , �rt Knut.zen, "29, of Burlington. deserves it." �:�t�� Br:� ��:' =� :t.e " A linleb bit of blue from heaven. the Orient In a rather d�repant tramp visited with h� cousin Floyd KrfUtzen KK) ) schopri,er, . ' �u!�e a��\:�;blts �i .heB.ven. Vlrginla Boen, \\Tltlng on the , . here �t. �unday. ' . .Cupid scores again!' Another man of the Patchv.'ork Girl. started . In the way a baby cries, h o b � a e . h 1 th.us: :�:����I�;m Margaret Hllmo '32, vl�lte<! at"5ch091 :�:: S � :I:�� � : !· t �r: II: �;�� a':t ��� �: = . likes the Idea of getting married and 'much attention from the co-�. It dearness Sunday. The Patchwork OIJ.ll'ay lank and limp, h� o!1'ly :regnt Is th.at. ,he hasil't was_ the cutest thlngl (' . ------'-- , . . Astoria .says � 6�lh!' � f\l1e �W!n ��Is reLCh went. tJoyd �ome K sooner, The Fountain of Youth 1& not on Had yet.-�� her lip!! in pout. . two w!!e1Ls ago on account ot Illness. taken the plunge KK. school property. �! e i,oc� : ug a f � ; pects to re�urn to schooT after K K I : . Each campus.slay 'It Is cWltomary to ct: �c��� �:. �h� ��a:� :; In keeping with the topic of spring give the studeh.t body president a duc�story trom ·:Hansel and Orete\'· to And lastly. we are printing In Its t . n I · Creek. Careful, · Clarence. CI!>ver In Ing No n a Valborg by :O:' � �: :h rety which ���:��� .!: ;�� ,l r '� b llad ·'Ran�al and Treta!:' Ilnd made It vel")' (' U . Saturday night, March Evelyn r- lo P l1 .B Hlghby . 11 more Interested r('alistic. The last verse, telling 'or the th(' cia',.'! seem.ed to. enjoy win enterta.\ned at an Intorma.l St. Pat- and ni Cidentally our g'ood thought ror In Professor ilterature than biology. trouble<! family's reunion r1..<ns like this' rlck:s party at her home for the tol- today. hits the spot: "Duty makes us ld not sleep lowing guests: Bergliot Vogan, Irene do A prinCe fItTbe wuPrIncess who cou things well. but Love makes us do Well, that's thlrty for'today, folksles, It a o c and your humble intormera: F el Shafiand. Jean·Marle �wler. �b; them beautifully." , J'�o ��e�ef �c.h ���f�: ' U ie Moor,· .fov.�n� vrg���� �p Ing Ma.st ·�tAlf. w�h you all a glorious Flint. Marie Wrang, Doroth.y DelamarK K �he���t s,,�a��t,�l lif�.ce again, A true princess, no less. with tilled Easter an n and e ta :: �:�� � d t � s��. t� �: :, � � ��� ' e . Alice 'Roe told of a personal experi. ����hel� �� �� ���ugh t�e world ��y!V�:���� !:e:�� :�� a�: w e ld :ce tnsrebulldlng nn old derelict house- In � So���� ��3u-i���e that were old Tr�lson. Nonn,an Westling, Clar- ,nobodfs'dled aro�nd.here: but stili �he . Ii . {'nce Lemming, Alvin Moe and Shel� clock In the hall refuses. to run, several elrls Hono .' .at. he says . Mothers . " ar o te w�nbfn�hJ:': ��etr�:r�d��!UI day don Moe. ' We painted' and At Benefit. Tea. Here It it furnished �1 � l����1 g�=I � e!, �f :h:�r���In � . e hed. T�� prlncewho road from.·round the ' ' . It'That �I�lIsn·t ��u: :just Alth ough the attendance w� not . Class n't reached any decision reI�l�fttroUgh. y of the Pacific Lutheran ColqU1te tired, and ho.rse lame. large � expect.eq. many stu�ent.s had gardin a girt, we think an electric legeMothers members oJ Ute Lutheran Daugh. e =�: P�:� ·clock \a good �dea, The _name 18tveryn sacred C� � �en one evening a terrible :::o�:;::�: ��� �� ' t ers of the �forinai.Jon wer:e h�nored. . w:��;e��/ l:Oa �I��ename If L t n K dltUes .of �!. �r;!:e�:t:; :I:�� �,���n.r:az:f� �l:��setoa'1r��:�eY'd ne 'er been .Iege Swimming Club �t the Y. W. C. A. Slngtn!\ the old f�lliar <-_lAnd use It In our ttin. . pool In Tacoma last Saturday niiht. chUdhood days. Prof Ed.wards' Music fair WM hekl ln the college dln1ng hall, The Will come, we the' many a storm ort' does, Methods clasa has been having qul� an which had been transIormed Into a 'll days say will But.days In our , there at the big John C, Ooplerud. brother of Mrs. Interesting The only homehearts so dear to us study of late. �ports have for Uie ocCasion. A SPrlng atIII Im'own as'J , Z. J. to�be�opened t� t.wasthought E. Tlneglstad :vhO has been staying It th Rt the. gay atmosphere even affects lounge mosphere prevaUed and dOZl!Ill! of dafthe king the king though 'twas very wl.th Tlngelstad s for some Ume, went the "p�or: causing. him. tor the �rlod fodllS and wer.e arranged about meet expecting at Monday least, night,. t to to forge. all about. "tempe�. tl'le room. greens east Kenchbaum St, Patrick motif .was Pl\ul A. Pn!:us In�eapoILs. �:�J ' tenon" and "royal 'chrlsten- carried oUt The Suits and Overcoats In the table decoraUons,' prlnce:o;s ' t wu she who stood alone A e B�:r��ash�:t S��a�l����h to the At the Invitation of the Union Pa·· For �Ie Exclusively at K K ;e=�� ���:;;:/ �:= I�� ' . letfarid & Palagruti bone clflc Railway System, many Pacl!lc ' ··Sense Ls the hel�et. wit but the :�: formal chats the guests dispersed. In her hand 'twas a boo�. 9 1 2 Pac. Ave,-TKOfT'Ia Lutheran College students and faculty plum�; The prOceeda of the tea went t,o the . twas she mem�rs, Inspected the new streamline The plume exposes, but the helmet L, D. R. project., th.e malnte-"' _.� I"';;:'k,�;�':·::;::' - national . .traln on Its v1&lt to Tacoma yesterday. .sa.yes," nance . m:;�.b� � t�� Aluka. ot the Sh1&matef Mission In Tennis Rackets Restrung 1 ��� � ; nt Clarence Lemming. who Is pracUce PI:r::� ;:: ;�u FreshBring STock Cui Just Arrived yourofrackeTS in no..... teaching at �he Parkland Orade school. the tears blind you, New Address KI�BALL SPORTINC coCDS � K sent took his history class from there to . CO�PANY Inspect th.e streamline train In Tacoma WE, HA.VE WI'rH US: Rev. 0. J, Edwards, former pastor of I but then In- yesterday, A certain group of our fa.lr co�eds do· First Nonvqian Lutheran Church Ing thJngs bac��ards In chQ08ing a theTacoffi!i!o has gone 8O'!-th to ' who name. Pooled yah. kids, we figured In cep� a pastor.te-, announces that Fisher's Representative It out. Lloyd ',Rotl _dOlng not.h!ng. �t his newnew OLYMPIC DAIRY PRODUCTS address Ii 1352 West 13th St.. Ai" Pedal Facts in Chapel t n n w Tacoma's Favorite �alk Here March 15 =� :n�� ;: J��� �; � �:o�� ;:!t., ::��I:�':: for �5 Years · 1 ve taI.Ir. In chapel. on n�,��!��::��eto��on��� and says alsoe that the weather inInSan In ·· Ho� did you sleep?" was uked 'of Marchan15,nIguct.\ �r, a foot expert �. gjlve a compeut!r bre&!t' when =r:ln� :: ��e:�d:: Ketley, h e ;;¥ . �:� �:; " �::;;:;;:;::;;:;:;;::;;:;:;;�I ;" �:T;;e,;bl,.!"::;;;;"" ,oam ;;; e from P'isher·8 Department 8tore in Ta.-- he � up SOCiology. . Nonnan Jen'�� r sca.ree coma expla.lned'mu� 01 the mechan- sen forgetting his sIa&ses l y the klckat , LUMBER . l.:!ms of the human (eet. Mr. Kell�y 1s ing pqat FrldaY night.. Clara Kuhb. WRECKER ·SERVICE his a graduate of Scholl'a Orthope:il� hauaen FOR F.VERY PUIlPOSE and v1rg1Ji.ta ldahncke aldlr.g Day and Nite So th.e prince then took her for SChool In c.tucqo. . the well·wom alcpn girl !J'l every PAINT, BA.RDWABE wile . . In h1s talk, �. Kelley told tha� the pol1." "Three Byllablea" Johnny Orel, _d . real prlnce&l was she IOY£0J'1�5��rJCI foot y the 1& th.e GENERAL BUlLDINQ SUPPLIES only put buman 01 bod . whIch m be fit perfec his w&!! truly happy llfe government belbll clasa, in "Marriage ca. ....an., OM ' 6O, cate be. only del1 ust . ted Uy, &lld 1s P y�O�K w� Ug�h: .� ta� ": 'rl:.';':U: �� .·' �H� '�O: ·� '" :O: . =========� Brookd.le muaeum put that famo ' Wl ��::�� � t�e�he= t, :'ee�' . , .. Lumber.Co. he stated, contam, one fourtb the bonea sh I all th l ' in .the body, eac� foot. baving 26 sepaAnd' ri�!"':' don'� ;O��? 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�tnt reporta from the choir on lu to keep connection with the . concert tour reveal that. .spr:ln!> 1I1te June unW sometime In August 15 and faculty \\'111 Join In cleaning the lIoo��� Schuh Is a former prtaident of annual the chor:lstf!n are greeted with the same group tha.t Dean Hauge met school grounds and yard. In the eve· Capitol Unh'erslty. �f. "'Ith last summer. "'hleb studies the l r wUl be a huge bonfire to er. who presided at hlgher education problems of ·the dnl.!;ngJlOS('theofe all the trash collected dur. exercise, attended. He Is no"\\' church. Then \\'as a good attendance at . ed with the St. Paul e rd alsl;) roved e ma g in e first tour 'conC1!rt given a.t the PIrlIt or Toledo. Ohio. H e was on or� p ans�or seeur� a.ccr��taUonki�y. �h� en�::; stude...nt body will be dl. clflc Coast to attend the Lutheran Church In Ta.eoma lut·Sun. . the Northwe�t Association. vlded Into·gT'oups. each 1Io1th a leader JUtieUr annh'ersa.ry· of morning. In the absence of the Drama Club'Pla"n s The president. of the Board Of Trw· work In �tloru on the campus. At the Ing of the TrlrUty Lutheran tees, Rev. O. L. Haavlk of Seattle. ww; to putOr Rev. Svenson, Dr. nngelstad noon lunch will be served In the dining Tacoma. of which Dr. Schuh r ed Work- Day April 28 paslor. Rev. �: � m:.:p:�n�:I1= �";�a:: room to every�ne. The afternoon will er service, the choir was serVed dinner . a;;.;:� Cor the celebration of the fortieth an· be spent In sports aJ)d In completing .formm"p.Pn�'''d·D�� '::::Yon his "\.sIt , In ro , 'parlorS. church the hiversary of Pacific LutheMUl Unlver· the campus cleanup. cli��es�� �: o��U:�:e From there the choir IT"IU'eled to Be� Club slty. the name by which P. L. C. wu Detailed plaru ha.n not yet been �flC Luther:n �Ilege, will hold Ita fll1It" wOrk day "sat. atUe. where a full house heard the urday, April 28. Acco� ,to preUmJ· rin;t known. Thls event wUl take place made. but committee's are at work on ne� concert given Sunday night In the Bal- nary announcementa 'made by Leonard : these are on a rrangements. Included ";::� service and stu. . e of field lard First Lutheran Chureh. Rev. O. Wesson. prtsldent 01 the gro.uP. all . Rule.s-Oscar Anderson . (cha.irman), (CoDUn1lCd Pace Three) a t virginia Bym and Bert MyJ:1re: re· Delta R'ho Gammas Will SpDnlor L. Haavlk's charge. . �:t�:t ���::,� £oc���=�:� freshments-Mary Nuh (chalrtnan), On Monday morning, the cholr, ap'� 'bulld new club properties : Event o�1 Lawn e Gay Party Honors Alice Peterson. Bill Potter. Eldon An· ll t , ::::t i:1�� a::;'I��t �'oo� .re: At 6 o'cloCk In �e' eve�., (lloner Gradu�ting Class derson, RuUl Ca�l.son and Ida Thomp- h�;y f��t t!!a��ic f:e;;:�ra!n wen! sen:ed lunch . by 1�les 01 Rev. �)lUb ': :';�in:rt:=�rn;:�::. son; tool.&--Clarence Monson (chair· lege will be apoosor-ed this Norgaarda church, and presented a the day. there will be a pUt, In the At a joyous party in the SChool dln- man l "Swede" WUIard, JO� Btuer) the Delta Rho Gamma. 'pla. In Everett that eventna". JY.D1 ' Evelyn IrWin. and. Evelyn. ing room memberll of the . choi{ a.rrtved in Stanwood .yu· Monsonwith" and Paul Preus: bODIlre-WUuam Zier Delamftrter Is chairman of a . . in cllarp. al n o before noon, where they . Norman WesWna �: �o����!:t:.n�� last (chairman); John �een, 'YtJlce Roe, 'I ::s r:u:yt rr:�: B:::�= �d la am;ral .cbalrlunch. Yesterday a1'temoon man tOf' the 'work day. The manual day . even1n8". Guesta were seated at- and Madge Hannon: campus dlvWon- . WU. Jlams. they aanr at , hl two, h dlflerent e SChoola labor wUI be under the cUrettlon of tables around the edre ot the �l"' �d Alvene Sehlermann (chalnnan) , Jea.n-. and .appea� In CC!nc.ert lut evening, John 'V� Le.uven and.� �d Bon· I1gbt wu turnished bf candles at each Marie Fowler arid Jesse Pflueger. -. d ' of the hool a.Il: d w111 be rel(ned � \:����� :=:.��. i:'muter of Cere.monlea. Don Piper' e u up a new. cyclqrama, announced the procram numbera. ,Am. P. L C. ·,,,,",,t �s .t . :r:m� e::n :!� r���� : �7ua:.ev==� . '" Seattt..' Mt Ver...,,, Meets Gamma. president, the wt Pl:Jday. mDl'Dlnr the chapel pc_ ����27�eae��bef= tt lor Be� the 'enUre atudent body will be rlod W&I turned to the choir,. 101:' the next � Club plaJL Kampbell, Ellen Btra-- yesterday Dr':' TtnpJatad lec:oidttence Vlvian. . n .B&niio 1Cf?ice 10 the ftnt event ot Ita . kind pl&nn� 10Wln( &�ebort putoral \be nd atte to atUe um Bpec1&lty EIlpn. devotlon&l n Ann � and strom L C at choir &&111": "'!be Spirit .Alao ben wtre riven by B&zel Ootf and Bei.. .01 the Korth Paculc �ct, whleb , . p, . . tJ 'niCk;" . �lnia Duilele. &eCOIDpul- lncludea c.h� In WaahlnIton, Ore- At the lut meet1n& 01 the day pia, a.," a double choir number decided that they hold a cake the nerro sp1r1tua1 number, It :r:.aat . Aluka an,?COlumbia Bntiah led the voCauata,' and John Drelbelbll (00. furn1ahed plano wmp&ntment be- nilbt � W&I the ape&ter at the con sale at lOme down-41wn depu1ment Come on Home;" and, "Loat ' tween the program numbel1l tor t.h8 ference banquet, speaklnr ot opporlun- ltore. In c.h&rp , of thla are . Dorothy Klrht," with Vivian Peterson and Preaentin&" a � of the 8to. s lUes' Cor Luthera.t;t 'cooperaUon on the Opheim !ch.atnnan), OWe Quale and. Ine Watta a1na1ne 8010 p&rta. IlnrInI" of old f�te tllnlL' .Wtndlln. affair. Ur. Beet apote E.llt&bet.h Stum. ' . wu the 1ut apP,e&r"&MfJ of ·the Ftench ' Cnqt, Iut �' noon . lWreabmenta we� Iit'I"Ved, with Am� � the at SChool befDn cmoHt tour in the mudc 1tuc11o. He old � .. head waJter. Cooclud� On P.rld&y oC thla week, the pree' .t.&rted Sunday, cSepIc:nbie' coodItIoDI lor the nen1.qr .... a _ftnIU bunt dent ot .P&c1nc Lutberan COlJep -.w at \he preIeIIt time. 'in wb..Icb. � �. 'Jeaa.-.IoI.Uie riVJ! a' brief � the Jear'. 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H. McCormick Wins """'''' IC':' 1\T " 011tER :, SCHOOLS � Top Place in 1934 ' A· fin. ..,.... of ...."'" JoIuuon . . ....,. .. J_ .Iat, "po"', to. Golf Tournament Ooe � � do no\ be- mat.l!!rt&l tor h1a p&p:r relaUve to the -.. ' . nne � � ....'... e In .... JlI'OP.OIRd ::: =::l:;":,�� �".;= appetJ:aDC " enrget'ler ot Northwestern Uni. Hip SchOol JophOftlcwe I••" _� CIHtd'. hao�' of lipH1ck and nall pol- ftnIt7 and the University ot Chicaco Coi.... C,.d..... Iy Def.ult ift e r n By Milton Nay!, Play'n, �nlft:'��:�':te:. B� �:b:::;e: . M:::;� �! ��r!�.:';.!.�!

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W�t11nr copped the sec as the tournament·beglns t to itudimti. 1bey veloped • m�.:na,for- ·cont.:ol)Jm the ond spot with wlm over John ,8tuen The matches must be run off in a hurry as a tennis .schedu!e is being al!J·. �� IOU:reeI or Iluttony. slcle- iro..� o� human belnp. . ' . •nd Bud Lehmann. "A "!"tuny' Toaater"-marahm�I�" . ' net&, and dlllaUal�Uoo." ' . '. arranged and a team must be chosen soon. · .' n!oe,,=a1= u':d:;���� =��h.� �:;=t�� .c� s. s. ��:���':thU!�e;' =m'::e: , pla)� to date. In theae, Paul t.rWith H.rry McConnick', debult win· ·o"" Nonn W"tUn" haa been 0I'f&lllIed b7 �OI!'lea de- t� to buy Pine pone equipment. the upper. p.rt of ft.e toum'Ment it co�pteted Thit ,p�ln, to�r,,:.- =�.t e�11a at No��estem .Unl-. J!!unC;:e tr:.le:':�=.� �;::f� ��be�.���d B��: · Andenon· �'on over l"f!rd1nand. ondy. ment Wit r�... oK ', 'n �ble qul�l time, the boy. pl.,ln, their The demand or trained men tn'the Junior C' Ollep recently .ment '100,000 In the ladder tourn.ment, each pla.! �tch.. .. . " pOuible. T�.t·, the .tUff hllows---;-n ice lOin', �xtJ!e, lndUl\r1 fncl,j exeee& the .upply. tor tem� tent houalnr alone: c.Jua er may challenre an)! t� atiMe him.- .nd � to a .w:+e, eondtleted b,. .the worlr. there pl'Ob!ably wU1 be intellle thlI -rood •••• 1uckO� . fortfte.. c OMinl_ Georrla School ot Tecb.noloey. hL-. 81 wtnnlnJ". the challenger talr: the " -'-. S" ,, -5, higher pos.lUon, moving those esDeJow . In a ·reeen rword-t.R.-hII"h · b.UI1neu Jaile. Adclams, 01 Hull. HOWIe. Chl- , o uU e CICQ Will be'4he 'prtnctple ·apn.lr.er- a� , per did The tJ:Wl place. leOru b."'-be� ra\ed vea xe<: 1O should and goOd pretty . looks year this squad golf Glad The ehal-' son � vrn �IDO .x COIlq!! eo eneement exer. ,..... / !h�cI::�r�o:�ln!=� :� pl �ces agai� t�is year. �.e.y have . a fi�e .schedule a,head �.i .them ��!":� ·eorll\plct.ed on the !:.�; . � n Olson. thl.s law may not be enforced it With lots .of stiff ,competItion, but the,y II be out th�re plaYl real low:- State Collqo eampw by C.CO . "The. averqe tndlvldua1' I. afrtJd· to . worlr.erw, It'W1II have a lurfa« .rea 01 ·know hlmselt" accordlng to. the Rev..>', a player finds It Impoealble to play. golf and will take their share . of matches. erend F. 0, Tyner who s�e .t �Tht'IR who In the ladder tournaapproximately three acie.. S. S. .. "AcUvIUe. at DePauW" t7nlvenlty �re nn University. , ment elertble for eompeUUon in . the order named: Harry McCormick. of Y1am.1 t1nIYe"Rlt� (OxM.n, inquiries. hue bHn recei.,ed relardln. !"e cup for the c:na� eompluea and de.t.rI?y1Dc Authorities pe.raonaU� U1a.n. they dnelop," fO!d. 0. ) have.reported,th� theft trem Norman WesWng. Alvin Lehmann, Ray State J. <r.Tltte. CI.rence Lammin, wrote to the donon , th-e Y.kim. S l ln �1:y�erl�0=n. �!,/�t.8:�i Llo�·• . Club �.rdi n, it, but h,' ,recet.,� no �orcl in r�tu'�. , � e =;:II=e��report .o� a DePauw .oo1- �:�; I�:=JU:" �t!;;:: �� Lanon. O!Iten Eliason. Harold Tr:ul- behe.,.., thou"', \at some definite "e. � wi ll be fo�thcomlnl I" The Unlv.erslty 01 Southern Callfor- 1492. and· "PI.utua CGmfdle.... 'pub.' ' son. Herbert :r. and OrvUle the near future. . nla ,rid �e. have started ."!lnter l.I&hed In 1686 _ , p re t n S. S. �:= :=: � :r:.rel��rllP�e�� · New Budget Adopted =.�::�u:'�e toumame:� b; Ch��e:� Ing and defeaUng either of the lut Talk about your' g� ball games. last Th1.lrsday the dorm and rail's ��. - (Continued rrom pare 11 . commercial newspaper mould dent recrultln, up to 'Auluat 1 wu en� ' the list. day boys played the closest game seen on the local. diamond" in many ' Every e -r:=:-en��Is:r\:d :�: . � := � �= ��� �::�;: ven e oughro-.,--." teams both half innings. � and e!ght or moons. ==� == F= .� � n ; :::ro: n, w o I . k e� of. the day. boys took adva terms neither team .scorl ng. Finally advocaUd at-the �eeUn, or the Amer- welt.' It Is. expected. however, thatoJ,(r. � . UnitedMember ' the breaks and punched a lew runs across. Wottaballgam1 lean AMoelaUim ot Teachers ot Jour- .Elveslrom will eome to the PaclIle Purity Stor.. . nal1nrn . \ .�t about May 1. , s. s, J The Pour Horsemen 0: Notre o.me Amoni the board memben preaent at Dahl Grocery Co. �ialn on the camp1.1l the 8eatt!e meeting be&lde. Rev. BaaIf ,OU want t:O. .ee .ome '* exhibitions .nd .ome real��'(alry. 0gathered ,atoIether Par t d.ncf 'vlt were ·M. H. P'orde ot Everett. H. E, · e out to thet"all field on Tu"d.Y' and Thunda,s,. After the 1 theu: lmanmater �h.�n �quet e L. d o tilt trlp . \�.J'de will be ernnpcl .nd ript now it look. lik. th.,e :,,:::l ::!� � �:���: :�� : :r; =;:ln:-=��·j.· J,{��� r will. be . neck .nd neck b.ttle between the dorm and day te.m.. Three Oxford Unlver.Uy .tudents 'are 'Of SlIvertori. Rev. P. J. Luvau or Eunow on tour or India, anc;t they have lene. Rev. L, Ludwla Dr Portla,nd, and Brookdale Cash MiSI. Ro�I"!.n Chlnl�.' . :'!:::, I;:=:tuden� In several in- �:���tL�w=n 0!.n�a:.e�::� Coif SqUid to Compete Market In Scheduled Mitchel e.,I. eym Actlvltle, Four Cambrtdre University stUdents trom Parkland were ·there. u well u won a' 50 to I bet that U1ey J. O. Gulbranson of Belllngham, the rtrls' reeenUy. would not be able to walle 100 mJles In P. L. C. audl�r. and Rev. R. .Boptad The matches Iiorrang-ed' for the 1934 According to Mias Rohlman. the make the tlneat schedule gym Instructor, the pri;)gTam ior the 241 hour&. ' They won by wallr.,tni to of E\Jiene. Or/., a member ot the interwill team golf ' GAdan.:1. O I 56·R·2 � to London and back In the requlred time. s�odleal eor:�mlttee. In the history of thls orp.n�:u.tlon .c- rtr!'s gym is to be changed ::::====::::=::::; eordlng to report". O�n hu deftnlte- give each girl an opportunity to take in�A worlr.ers Ihn. Texas will lOOn be- �:::: 'J..:. A. IRWIN, Prop. up what activity she wlahes. 1be :e t���U;::" �e �::�n:-:;-:o:: ' . . Ion...dele ....uty Shoppe' !:'=========! �ri1�=t�: �:��. =rd�!U�� Monday " per10ds wtll be continued under the directIon of University ot S���l"- ��I;:�fu:.' .to lor colfege. the College of Puget Sound. r' Street' C.r and 'Bellingham 'State Normal. The as they .re. with ba.5ebit.1I aa the Texas raeulty members. W.tc" wliMNw fer ......,. i,ect... squad. subject to changes In order prtnelpal sport. . The Wednesday There 15 .n increaslng demand ror n I n over t wll s be r ed �Track i to urn later hl n :se:�� :d:t:�� :a-��::::. . CAt4=-�I:j�i"t w�,�,t..� . pe ���:O::lU !f �:n�ad:�=�:�� tennodis and ! iOU. and � ld ';"{) a1H " Lehman , l. r Ray Pennsylv Wes n a tate Collere reported "Bud ln man . Baseball W. ...... nt to fulfill your ...... ntt. 'One Hinderlie. Paul Prew. and John 8tuen kThls wUl !p1'e those Birls who do not recently. your photo work . t now the:.se sporu. a iood opportunIty Society "mll't be wtllltl, to pot that d8y ..rvlce on� In the order named, Golf ' YOUll, � or a e:;r:=r� �wor,,!,I'.� tor to learn. respectable t Is I:.:-::. ��'=��� S:':':�nI � . UHMANN PHOTO-FINISHING 8aseb�1I Team. Orcanisinc. to�;:: ;�I :()�= ';�dU�: We Carry·Spalding Sup­ p The Intramural b&seball / c.omp.ny ' '.rkl.and =: plies for these Spring UniVersity of C.llfornla: wd recentl' have �t already �ed . up tor In ya who for the� Which. has �n ·rrancect munlveraaJ. alled e so-' th,! IICOrlng wired" are Mw Games' to. by wiah and them, i physle&l ed,ueatlon � 1.1 deve oJ>: Rohlman to her .., so&. poe_ tem' at" hJat!.er edw:aUoD.· lnr nicely. The dorm .tudenLa �ve sible. KampUi Kadota lI� t.be DNDI. or a t' HA.NsON.;S. ,EWELlY and are �er the le&dered'aoclet)' at the LeW1ltoD. Idabo, state 'DISTINCTIVE WASHINGTON orpniztd e ton I N=�= ItallaUC � and 251 SO. I I th t., Tacom., Wn. �=. �e:: �::n: �= Tennis M.tch.. SchedU!ed i S . HARDWARE CO. : P p.;..-4 New Men to CoMpose Te.m lovemmen have orpnlIIed and. wtl1. be led by their uo:vrp ... t � _ tiy � 1..t R.,.lrlft • • s,.cllity 924 Pacific Avenue . W.tch . -captain. Paul t.non. The ahaeutera . Intereattnr :::::; :: ::: ::: = = = . E o Chl r rtnancler. In an ad- t::= . eq P'J;"aze ):)! araebedule en hu ¥ will Iillao orp.ni&«1 lt they rind. tb&t the, t e e d th ' h � ha n� ���n1t.� • ten!: !:uad�:�� : �:: r;:� l� :�; �:employment � ·;. _.__ � _ �� . "" ·� "� ; :::;;�� t...__�;:;::;:;;;: are eec� son 8llIlOI.U1eed that mat.chel have �' a-nd�te8 � QUIUty KnlttlnlJ Co. thro the h 01 that ee acU�UeII TtL.r:1'tD« l7 lr., U, . ' del1n1teJ.y � with Aberdeen. i� on. pehOnel bureau.pnlua, 1Mtw ,.� o., . s.-Wty and Centralla. Junior COl- mA:UtuU . Mt.. 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. 11)e PaC11lc Lutheran College whfch makes Its show between th'e tiers of boob In the lJbrary. was opened Above are shown Nellie Olson '33, now tC3.chlnl' at-Ediewood, and Major, of the Gern\lUl Club were recently In the Interests at seeing what CoIJe� �ot. who ...as nm ovt'r and klDed by an .atoti.obUe In hrk1and .� II ,nt"to.!n'" with a short program at l t t v yesterday., G.lara Kuhn­ ;�y��� ��� o:��g��:r���g; ��e :: ::�r:�::' ;!: ��et;:::.:�;.:Yof����C-:y"-.'',, .. . •_- , __ .__ . Deutsche Bchulsya­ had not been opened fOr Plany mont�. the �Iated Students as the PacUkl La heran Collc.'c, Mascot. t "'-----, Hohe�n �u1en'· in . In order of the years, thle" first tro� _, Mn. Tin" lltad Entert!,in. I """,",,,.,..,0:' and Her !: :-e s e ��;� :t, � I . Girls at the Llltheran Daughters ::t�t.e th���a�pll:�: ;f �e\.;� Major, P. i. C. Mascot, Run 'Over and. Killed; the Reforma.tion met last , coma Interscholastic Basket Burie4 'Monday A/ternoon Near Kickini fosl Aprll 3, at the home of m.. T"'''''''O'' . ' ",." �·e. Th1.!l 1.9 a large t'"o·'"nd"", I enamel ' fl.n1.!lhed cup. Major, ' the ,MaY dog �ho once adOP�d'tschool ma.scot. and h�UC- :��h ::�ostesses. A smauer Cltp w... Litled "JrL L. ioamed the" camPUS,as school mascot.. Is ct!5IIfully filled thllt capacity for more sen� Inelud@d a. .Bue� Tfopb3." It. .... dated He was run oyer last Sunday than a yeaf. Marking his entrance In- WtsSOn: a violin !\OIO On It Wall 1nacribed "Won by morn1n, 1n Park1aOd. a few blocks from. to �Hlcla.ldom. the News Tribune prlnt- Butsch; a paper-"·L. D. R. a. clm." the school. No lancer wllJ this friendly ed II; front page story and plcmre ot Stone to Women's SH,OP little pup follow, the couples to the Major last year. . tlon," by Rhoda, kicking post; no longer will he meet the . With ':Buck and Dutch Inco�rat.ed" r�port on the V!. M. F. BrooIr:dale "",,,n"" I " " '" car riders In the early morning. performing the last rites, Major was atUe by vlrg1nia the program was the frisked his .last with the stu- burled near the kicking post, Monday and college divisions who afternoon . Already many of his at wHich the organlzatton of greatest inspiration to their It.!! plcturi! In the Saga. to Pacific Lutheran College mlrers have visited his burla.! students. The names range from years ago. he decided he Hk�d 'placlng flowers upon his gra·ve. . _-,--_ __ to 1932. last year's not hav1ng the place and stayed. Though 'attempts Though Major Is gone. he Is not add� . yet. ...rerh two larger are were made to return hiln to his owner. gotte;; Ion.will the memory or Numni they were all In' vain. for MaJOr pre- friendly ways linger In the heart.5 of ferred Pfidllc Lutheran College to' be Pacific Lut.heran College students and his home. Therefore. he was ofllclally faculty. cke Jel'teiry Company, Each year P. L. C, studl!.9l..$ having the scholastic average In the high Tennis R.cke.. Restruri, and college departments have . Fr� StoCk of Gut Just Arrived names Ingraved on It. The names Bring )'OUr'rKkets in now , from 1929 when Edgar lArson won KIMBALL SPORTINC coeDS award lor two consecutive years In COMPANY high school and I,n 1932 In college. CUf'

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This Arnold Anderson.· July summer, to the usual procedure. a will present thr� one·act prorram.!o--Osear Anderson; chair com.· m. p. 8 at ditll, Friday gymnaslu� stage 01 students;. worted on the m1ttee-"Bsooe" Willard (chairman). Is meeting to d�UM �.ys As chairman 01 the MaY·pole· Tht.ngs Shilll Be," :'Lunchton Roness haa chosen ·the .tollOWl.n;: Bill Rasmussen, Bob LeVinson/ Norm In the gym, cleaning the property and "My Sweden," Irom n i lor ' the drill: Mildred MOMOIl , COUll protect to the boxes , bulldlng rooms Olson, Jensen Lloyd Kretch. Henryi In hls tali Mr. ltabMhl pc.lnted . Rosa, VlrgiruA Been, I.rarwa�t making drops, and bu.Ud. productions to be given. ' Jess curtains. e PIluerer. Ronald Martin, DanIel. new . that d ue to "impetfections 01. languages. Wesson. Selma salus, E1I:peth Andrak, stage. the for Virginia Byers is directing front new a Ing George F1otN!, Hlnderlle. Jans y Ra Preus. . sen and'"Roll men do'not easily understand each oth· Eula·Mae Goff, Joanna IianoUllOlJh,, dl�er "Was .served in the 'I1Ungs Shall Be." In the cast Ai er, and that the liability of misunder. Dorothy Delam.art.er, W:inn� �Uf.!IC A candy sale will be held during UlI:: dining hall to t�e enU� student body, are Jane .W, III�,e Helen In f d I standl�g betw�n. people of dlfluent ���.or RaUdd)aUCh,/.� Jane Wll· so � �= : , �:a:� on , n r::!= : �� �:';: ���mc . . n ex rr!:.·�: :=�:: ltl?�ag� Is great. As, language 1& the Dorothy DeIamarter h&II ·bene named · ;=: �� :� n!:: Svare and Bert ' . "Lunchton for S x,,, ;X;r (Co�" Pare �ov) , �anUestaUon of :��racter, we . Bl���:;rYR��tcar"!�, �:� ��:�:)I, �= :�n����:: ;: Anderson, I · not words careJesaJy. Only tton ol 'Jennlt! Lee and . I da ThompsOn will . and HUlda Blmonson. All . rellef trom the hot. sun and by a east of Clarence Monson: Alvene tlvating our minds to L. D. R. Meetipg Date Il V Saga Staff Names �:or :�:�:� !!; �:��t:�;:� �a�:n:, he dent& spent a portion of tbe. Changed to May 9 . Alter the chaPel prorram, swimmlnl at. Lake S Prm . ter, Engraver _.. ., .,..,.,,":"';::' 8w., ""'hI .po•• 1n Mr. _k', hbl.ory . . c;." W;U.I. H........ .. r...lty' ··Wyc.;",1n from .f "",' . reheai-ae:d by Jean·M&rie and Mr. Bardon'l SOCiology class. -- . . ' . arid having a renuat rood LIme. Wi.,.... in Latt C....... .fn. of Vur �roup Pietu"" Will . �. T.k.n ThOle ·appolnted. as IJ'OUp leaden in au Marie Pederson. In ' Col.... leceptiott · ROOft'I .Next W.... ; Art Staff Ceh eharje of the various .aeeUopa of � Rhoda��:� � n � �iII Ent.�.in A. A. .�; w. . This year's lut meetInC "oi � LuthN.w · Mell'lber Fr.�ch Croup Tomorro� DaU-htfn Of the Retor:matton and Yalborg orby. , ;m�, W�t�::" Leori.ard N . -. . ' which ' w" oriliDanJ iiiifie-'iOUDced'to--: -·�---=Alter:' numerous conferences .w.lth WeeWnI DanIel' P'lotre IlDd . Tomorrow evening Mrs. O. A: nngeJ- May "1, � bee:b poatponed unW 'rues-repreaetrta�lft:II from various prtnUna: 'J�. st:ad, ua1&ted bf Mrs. Bondy, will be day, May The cbaDge · 'D1a4le esta:b�l.$m@nta. the 8&aa Staft bU Jet To bum the truh COllected the �Una: and enir&v1ne contrada. the day, a bonfire was bel4l ln ·the e.e. hoIteaa at her home to the Amerlcan neeeuary' � �e Delta RbO Gamma David AlInrwn ot:th@ AllItrwq Print-- Ding: ' 'ot Uru�ers1ty Wonien's May. teitivaJ which CCJIDd alIo on the . . m�ng. Mr.. w� ���hd�t�W:� ::�=U::�, :· == = . � � b: ::!n wite Of . Or. Tomltn.SoD of et!ptlon room. ,the 1.. D. R. lirla wui be or P. L. C. � a double teafrom the � Encravinl' Company Day Cirh Ha.,.. Sk.tt.. . Bound, will be the the boet..eUeS. with the tatUlty: w�ves ev@n· movin&: th1a tured show plcture was .a.tC@))ted tor: the encra1'1nl. , Party: c.It. Sal. Saturday . at 8:(1() p. in the,tcbool l)'Dl, .. hf:r topic, " Inte11eclo- as' (Uetta Or ' hoilor; .. In view of the fact that all materW. . muSt .,e .in LbI!' banda ot the publ1ahen A larp- CI'09id wu on band at .the The two aWn rea.ture8 ..-bkh bd.'ftdl Prance arid Th@ '� � 'open �th a wel� studen� :m��i Kn. � ' .x: N · =� "-!nl;t!:a':'= !:ct �au: �� � =:�:Q�' =�-: con. of fulet' Bound and wtJl reapood ita. bebalf of the taeultJ , the Delta ' Rho · Gamma lira ptCturn. � I!1ctw'eI have the DeCI!II&I'J' data and.'\Up !lie .eo- by be of ridtlc LuQ1eran COO•• Mon@)' r@ODmmalCkd wherever . . opt.r&uoa .of all' the 1tudeDt&. La� � .... � :... .:.. �... . �_.....-- of� _�_. ' .... .... ._ . .. .. � . . ...,..,.. ed1icr, � . at tb.1I party 1PC'Dt. abOwn. There wtJl -- -...... .... wW be tuen in the �ecorat1on of the day � ahort.:subjectl that ·aD · club -7i1d.,. .�.� (nub iaa.d ; & �_ b7 ��:Pow· bUt ' l Ier ahd & �-wbat: L. 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two' weeks cturtna tbe .moo! feu b7 . of hc:lfk: . the ltulimt.a Luthe� OOIkl'e, Parkland, W&lblrJtton . Entert-d as IeCOrId elaal matter, October i. lJ25, �t the Poit orfk:e at P'*rk1and. Wublngton, under the Aet of IIarcb 3, 1m.

l ��;' ��!eno:'"nc!: =� �:lh�' the world . , mJP,t be . _pf1�r n:i .a�' oplnloN of Chrtst· abouId, be hiJb� �ed, a1Dee they ... ·u) were with Hlm In B\I public' mlnlltry. . " ;=-We muat admtt thAt. tM lWurr-eUe on EDITOIIAL 51AFF ' �r. Bard. : Johnnie. for what IS Do YOu. think that the autoi; Editor- in...chief .of Cbrttt .. �· dDCe It. � � Hazel Monsen S wl.tRr�on.noted? . . . .. rutnlnr tlle }'I'JiWII'er pneratlon? act and drl-n!JI � to. UI that He Associate Editor t Milton N ig Johnnie , Why, er�wt.ss ch�. : . No, � � �. �r pneratlon 'thereby ow:n:ame 'In and ahO'ftd Sports Edit09 Paul: K, ;reuS. ' , .' ' . ' . Dan iel Flotre :'"=�eOh, 8CH1\u:.�l,ng J1'&nder, 11 rumln. �e autos. fditoriat WTiter .that He �. �.r: of dM.tJ;'. . Repor.ters-Eunice Arneson,. Eline Benson. ,Gertrude Brunner. ruJ hn In our t.eatbJDp and I?�hlnp we nle . Umbthap HaTve.y.. t und�-nd Ford lint, ' 10-" should m . . �.r. . : . Mona Byrd. Thelma Daniels, Evelyn Eklund, Jean-Marie 'Fowler, o. Chrbt'l ret\lr1'ectkm. in�to put any rrn;n lI.hu � hi8 caT. and let.tmphulR ' . Valborg Norby, Florente ,Post, Irene Shaflancf ' . that carry WI t.hrO\4Ib. �r . A �lnr' pme of �tGONE ��r: y.'hy oot? . . . Typist--Ruth Carlson. . doUbt&. . . held In the Moorinr Mast room ended Hamy: TOIl many St&rs out.. -Ramstad BUSINESS STAFF with the score of four' to (Ive. Paul -LA_ Business Manager B.ertrum Myhre Pnus won' from Bert. �hre when �. " S....ede.. (to lady �otori8tl O dp·t How woncSerfw It la, Lo rejo\Ce in a&1� . . I i CI that It c n en ' . L r ��es:��II�� : t�n:e ��a"I� y(MJr.::::o::�:e v":. ::�� not that :��= �.�la;:, : 0 L of a �l�' k� -LA- . Facufty Advisers N. J: ' Hong and O. J. St en � rt=lIO:e � �s:::: :: ���� . , Handsome doc�r f�n,): Are y.,. '" . with the. wlahea 01 God. -------,.. ' Ko�e�ts . t �Rey. �,. ,.. lMeo� --------------Ou.r-BI.es$eclS.h .t��.... · ��P�S. . , :���: ' r" . ��: r �� . : "": - .. / -<: Mi�sionary MiSS Lilly Prange ,s talk in cha�1 .Iast Tl:'ursday �:WUr:;- h:: y he boy who skLAipped tlC. hool ca�e grtat and a .-rent / should make us realize "that, despite the many imperfections of T Alumni . dw W� �"' ' 'L back wfth a Une. but he,couldn't make' rompll!lhed. Much credit Is due to al1 American SOCiety, the conditions under which we ·five are suggestive � /' . . . a suckef out- 01 hu -tE'aChef so he WL!l the " Norman Hokenstad, bro�er ?f Rhoda . tt� on arranlt'ments comm a!.'l Ji l of heaven compared wIth those In many of the lands whe(e ChrlS� glveri the r . . \ " od 7 . a150 the ludenl of the . varIOus ""ork Hokenstad, Is rolnr to ee;hool at Wash_ .. \::,I' tianity is as yet unknown . Those of us who have not visited any of -LAlngton State COllege in Pullman. He tf:tese lands can neither understand nor imagine the. Soquall idness of Mr. Hong: Ruth. ""I have went:'" groups. . K. K conditions there prevailing: if WE couldr)"'e would no doubt do t�t's wrong Isn't it? At�r a wee�'s absence, the choir Is attendtd P. L. C. ln 1932: Ruth H,: Yes sir. . c bac� tn. the old P. i... . ramlly apln HU,jur Johlnson '32 has ailned a more for our heathen brethren than we do. Miss Prange's talk canl W s much was uld by'those here contract to teach at r.wrence. Was�. not but spur us on to greate!.... efforts in our mission work, and will ���h����:e::�sel y;u :.�:�.t we�t ...Ithough . no doubt p�t new � ife into our Mission Society. which lately has yet. �:ut d:ngpe-::!UI �:r�s' �:�= next fan. ' shown .but "ttle actIon. . t:emalns the rlct choir that MJii the J bso LA MtIlard Quale. Ruth aco n and Dutch (in a lighting .m�).. You WL!l mI5Sed. In fact, there would be no both l! . :� h m� ,and 1 .11 make Y°l;! t the choir. accordlnr to day. '31. vtslt d at. �l lut 8I.tur. ;�� ::rd� ::�e::�� A True Artist -.' " Bucky (in a hungr m�i: Chlck_ . . ' l! �n l =t��� :; y " ' u.nder ,the direction of Mr$. en dumplings. Beside .its sple d�d art .department hot bi¥:UI� �d Ice- Our front yarKd reK�� �:� -:aedJ:': ld a f n h � � . . M <. Lo a 8. Kr ld�er. PaCIfIC Lutheran College h,,!s connected wlt·h It an c�ram. ' and many students wefe reminded of Theta Sigina Phi: a National Women', ' � � r IUl artIst of wide renown. Mr. Fred , Mason Holmes. For the past three Tuesday be t he home strip �hen jo -: . hOnOI'lU' LA Y urnalistic . Mise Borboe Is . H.. Aw, - . sa,. - Ibte\ft. tall!: h tween. the main and tM gym was plow years Mr. Holmes has had his studio in the main building. and many. bMa�,e · a senior In the department of Mathe. e t h:� : �� �. Z�� :a '::: State Colteae· . at th Waahlnrton of matlc:s r udenfs st our s. regula have e and studiec;l ot with him. This ;:� 8.: I p_ "" D �er lried :�Pit = d : t � � � . O I IS no!. however, hiS �.Irst stay at PaCIfIC Lut�eran C�lIege. for he was talklnr back to a traftlf! «tp. '\ ward step wtll have" bee� taken In Avalon Wojahn '3'3 � �n mosen for . a century ago. gIvIng private lessons and campus. , lower grade tHeher at the R1�lde Bill M.: No. -;-h�. I don.t want the beauuticat�o�. ofKour ::�:s:��� ;�as� �n��:��t��n� . Bc:hool which Is located between Ta·· any candy. I had my sweet tooth pullt>d s r e t t � Mr. Holmes is a true artist. and as such lives e'."'tirely in and out last week. boC::? ���t :�r�eve��? y��h� ;�: coma and Puyallup: -f�r his art. He is constantly searching for beauty. and those who Gene: By yow denti3l? CIIWI play. of course! Although It's �:I� �= '32 11 prl�p&l of Bill : No. by a pltce of my cirl's home· lor have seen his pictures know he can express it as well in the soft and quite a WA.ys off, this event promises th f made taffy! . to be a big one and no ·one can afford gentle as in the wild and rugged. Whether it be a smooth lake. nest. " to miss It. ling among the mountains. or .the ocea n. wild. fierce. and stormy. � M,. H m s e ;1 t e . ' ,Id.... -.:....., � o�;:ts �;:;; �g�::: ;�u�� :� many pa,ts of .he woM �;�r. :�,�.�(�: �: : Jonnl. �:? � . h� I:' 'wo b sh on �I': Coltfac� l ' th kicking post trail. there Is He has � Qictures in Australia, in Asia, and in Europe. as well as in week ends at her hom� In EveretL in h n v most �ec tions. of the United .,States, To prove his standing in the CEO. KNUDTSO:o.I. Prop. Oene Jack has returned to school �����: :::� �� ���;� !�' -:-:-:, "�_":", ' _-:-, world of �rt. we need only mention th�rnc ha.. two pictures hanging after several weeks of iIIn.E'SI due to a trlbuted-t.hey !b:td up Major's crave � . In grH.t style. in the Corcoran Art Gallery. Washington, D. c., the finest and most throat aliment. Portable 'l)pewrtten. 8upp� . JS:" K. exclusive art gallery in America. Pacific Lutheran College is very Ruth Haugland 'vls1ted at her home All Steel PlllD& Equlpmebt-' RumOnl have It that on the week " �1 Boob, SuppUet uction by an artist of In ...nacortes hut week. fortunate.--indeed, in being able to offe � such outstanding ability. � Harold TrulllOn V:as home In ...na· :�:ty�f at��I�r R:'�sQ��::nh::: . ��.a' cortes the cvenlng of the choir COD· 0ffI0e .... . hike 1.0. Fox'I81aild tor �e odd cert there and ent.ertained several of night reuon. Their lans alao Include meal. Phone'Main 2S7O OOI� PM. An. . Lst n his r ers af the hom� r I te A School..lmprovement time stops at �h� y, W, C. .... camp • :�c;�� But what wlll they �o to between Delta Rho Gamma girls deserve a word of praise for redecorat, s' quartet. which limes? With a �oI:) of girls over there . Bo�Clar�ce' L. Cand The P. Bob ing their day room. This room, which last September presented a S.rtdwiche:s. Hot and Includes Monson, In gonna' bt.pretty hard to stay ..way. none too cheery sight. equals today any girls'. club room in any col. R nald Martin. A.nd Arnold Anderson. but remember, boys. �n. Davia Wields lege, By supporting cake sales in down-town stores, and candy sale'S � Cold Drinks ett al st Sa�r:, moml,: c;nl �' two- a mean right. on drama nights, these clever girls met the expenses of this chan'ge, � y se �re.tt an v c n ty on K. K. and the work, ot' course, they did themselves. ft is a valuable im . � �ruI 8co t e a t s p Num� 110. Efflclenf!y!· This word should be p�ovement to our school. and a new !:';xample of what the right kind All Ki ..... Roland 8wan$On an� Osten Ella&on taken In andbecome part.. ,of all stu· of ini tiative and coopera'tion can accomplish. I\pent last week end at thetr respective dent activities at -P. L. C. The pro· crutinat10n which Is so evident here homes in Seattle. n w J .M�ney Well ,Spent ��!y��:��n!�'la :�;I:':'���. :a��d' =ra�o�In;:=�v!� l�� ::; . Sales Road & P-.cif!c Ave. . ' student. Let's ret ,behind everything, YaJda. . The money that t�e Federal Governm'ent appropriate to en· Bremerton Navy . able young me'n and women who were drifting along in H�e ran�s Glenn Gustafson. who Is working on "'!lg: and let's not walt f,111 the la.st <-: =:.;;::;=::::::::=::::; of the unemployed to continue their educatiOl:' is without question the 8. S. Alaska. vlalted .&ehool Thun-- minute with everythIng; 1;9,' . . �isely spent. I t is not only helping thousands of t>oYs arkj girls to 'day evening. K. K. " . . �t.Clf M�.ra D.y . This " event demands a bec.ome .�r� va�uable to themselves and scxiety, t:ut is aidinr: �':'" J�:Mar1e Fowler pest . of P. L. C.. like Russia. has Ita Katberphotogrij)h 'of you--a catJonal lO:?tJtutlons to carry out improvements that otherwise In Louis J'acUon at her Iiome In Tacoma Ine the G�. WJth .� election of Y e e e on ' i o � Pictu; ::;, w� 1 treasth� we'eek end of "'prU·U. �v:n�: �:�� ::; re . : �;� . '.e Ye... ���:� �� fl,���e:���� �m c���r��e 'th i� ::'�k�h����� ;�; Pe � arl Homme � a pest of Hazel our own Katherine the. O�t. More next school year:: that it will use some of the two billion dollars . . . ' wer to lOu, Kay. which President Roosevelt has asked for further ' relief to aid our Monsen on Saturday night, ...prll 14.. po . . t . less fortunate y,.,h in becQ[T1ing happier and more usef�1 citizens. .. . h � Anybody: ,,�' t:';;"ni Iota of fish . =� th�Oe=' �Ub:.c, " �'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''� r-'--------'--t l ntc in the Chapel basement yester- In the creek." "Where, who, why, what . . dlY noon. 0ertrude'. Bnuuler Claf& (�r." 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C P S led with a medal ', of 72. , /' dtiCf!d the speater, Who bepn her talk pr:t!Rnt In a person who is not nil. wllUe HlnduUe' and Lehmann. were low The 1 934 golf season got underway:Morid�y at the loc.a � �ourse . with" the HlQdu It'fttlni � which an� administer terrible InlUct oria. J for the Gladla th 73·s. but . not with a ban�, because oyr '�YS took one . on t�e !=hin from � ..Pftce t?e .wtL!' YOu." 8he�tated w�h are" much' �d�r to cure than tCIr.\wt . Une-ups: . . n@ed was th� . disease I�lt. she stated, . the CoUege of Puget Sound outfit .Play. .h9w!E!ver. was �r on both uw. th� H1nd'ts s:r:eatest common with 0ur&-tbe))ffi1 fOf", Christ. '!'he dlfflcul�es under ,whIch .Y:'e mlsC. P...... s due to the bad weather conditions which sloweQ up the play In statta.Ucs P.: L C. (1�) S, ..u.�) -- BI�h '-......� ... ..... 2%: side jrtven,' MlsIl PranJe &i.ooaries ...·ork were deeer:lbed . when . " , . . MCCormick St.uen . ...... .......3. Anderson :.. ...... 3 considerably , bo " rs the .fl.rst def�at our and ra!sed t.he scores. TnIS . ys �tD.�.out, that allhourh India 11 but Miss � tOld of how the ho.pltal . Lehmann t t " Sherman ........... .l%; have suffered at· the hands of the) L�ers a�d . they w� 1 I be ou. .o one·h&l!. the sIZe of the United Btates: was b!Jl1t. geThe �verage man earm but . ' e t ot one con It b �pu.laUon 11 o'r 12 C1!nta a day, mat1nc·!t dlfflfllth t.a1ns · ..... � BWfie .. ..........3� avenge this defeat at their return. match in Tacom"!. May 1 1.. PreIU . . 2 · o t �:=� � ;;o:�. ����::� 5 · . 5. . ::����e " :::.::2 � ���� . .::::::::: � : ���:: =u':e p::;c:. =t� th� hOllThe plf squ.d this ,e..,. has the billnt scheci'ul. since .ita: in- live to be &7 yelU'S dold. on, the average. .mals "'anderh' at will thr:OUah Totals .. ...... 7',; .19� �ation . d this i�!i.tution�· sho�ill' th.� ,00f- is. r.pidl, ,M.�in.1 �r:���:�y�:OUS;; ���:tt�e�:�:; r�:s: d:��� :�:� �eeym':v�n'f� ,e�r s Th,s �. L. .� �I� s�t e � P in spot M.IOf . . towards propess . Da, BoyS Le.d Intr.mural year old. Much !p·f this early death even to keep the n:"Uves In bed. on three-' tr'ps .nd w,1I .nclude. e1lht M.tches. rate �. caused byAhe tact · that many time The need ror 'leac� among the Ba,eb.1I Scores to D.te schedule. �.kes' theM . . . chlldren, _ ma:?,_ �� �_ age� �� "llld�--"'8Le\l.oWn when ��� S. , 5. . . . . . noo. - '---'-- severr,- she explal . _�illk!m.uraL�-RaU.lt'8IU�com.�--. ---'---- -- ------.descrlbtd a funeral given tor. a'monkey --pr1sed of � teams. the donn stu�' · ." Prospects for a strong tennis team IOQk good and Coac:h Olsor' Miss .Prange told · mu� of the Squal- whlctl was fo�d dead. The deceased. d�t£. the day students. and the shack..- has a good schedule do�d out fo r them. Our co.urts will- n!Jt. b� 11!1 condl�loru un�er, which t.he H indus animal. "!U .decked with prland.s of . efs. has opened Its SHSQn with two in shape for pia:y, so the ma tdies will be ' played on cdurts in towri. IIvl'. .and br.ought to mind the fact that. flowers and paraded a.roun!1 � hu� . // games in the last week. In the tlrat. we wou! d be In the lIanll' sad state we;re decorated float as band! played and 11 ' . . . . thl' day students defeated the dorm As in golf, tennis. too. is gaining popuIanty a� .an Interco eglate. It not tor those Who had ' come to 12.000 people turned. out for the mon_ �' . \/ , boys with GOd's Word. The'main w�rk �t key··s funeral. 7 to 4. whlle In the second the sport and this year.'s schedule is th.e most extenSive y�t. '. donn gained a decision over the shack the hospital, she stated·. consisted of' 5. S. by c;1efault as the shacksters did not Present Bro.du,t out tn suftlclent numbers to As rile �nnis tOurnament b, been prorresiirl,. lome Ifery fine Wilconlin Dean Sa l' rant a COl';test. .. , ma'teriai h.� presented ihelf� Those wh'o look the best an4 frOM Colle Lutheran.' COllege' regular The The standIngs to da ges �id. Play-Bo.,.; broadcast overPacific which the telim ·will prob.bl, .be chosen are 8ert Myhre, Norman ��n Lost Station KVI was pre�J! lenlen, Cerie 8urloyne. Hal Trulson. H:11 " O·Conl'.'4l'r, L,al Sander- . Would Omit Cr.depoints sented Da� student.<; .. . 1, last Wednesday evening. The ' 500 Ion. Bob Levinson. and Orv Schlanbusch, Donn student.< I Included rour 'songs by: the .; " . Collerlate 'PrHI p'rotrramquartet Shack . By �l8OClaled ... .....0 5. 000 . of 80b and Clarence S. . If .Sco_t� H. Goodnlgl;lt. dean of men boYs' ------Anderson and ROnald . Arnold MonsOn. ot his at had Uie University · WisconsIn. 8urgoyne played a Eugene MarUn. Coach Olson announces> that if there are enough 'i nterested in t e ::: ·::�eg � violin =.� Clarence Le mlng. co a horseshoe tournament one will be run off i� the near fut�Will :�e=� ���l� d r; :ra�� Member � o: e n n d a · p ea t tourname enter. suc� a who would like to n [. all those � �j r:l points. probations. and executive com� : : United· Purity Stores e comln P�=�I :g. c: p�ro: i n their names to Mr. Olson. O. K . barnyard golfe�s. her r your mlttee actions. but he would not thereductlon "OObl� aold. . Dahl Grocery Co. chance to show your stuff. ." . . tudent. s . the ro� paradise a create by '" Parkland 5. . \ 5. "I am not at all sure that we would . After collecting staUstles on the t r n t n nt O h ot II The dorm-dOl, boy r.ivalry in baleball i, loin, stron,� foik�-but � w; :�:� � ;��: p:- : ��: :;,� :� �.!� ::!/ ���:��ce. o��� J; period'ot years. Prot. Rudolt PI�­ the d., boys are ltill on to�. Lalt .week in . thr.!lIinl encounter tfu,y mnchlnery, raised the .paash.lghmarC kandto: lona: �r. Columbia ·Unlveral.ty psy:Cholog�st, to eke out a 7-4 victory. but the dOfftl boys voW to t.ke something approaching Brookdale Cash manaled them in the next laMe, If an,one wishes to lee .a . real. hotl,-con- ::r�:�;�a�I����:: ::�d��.�v:� �n� =av��Pe�':a�; :h��; tested ball ,a�e. watch for the next I.me·between,these two teams de9.n said In outilnlnr hl8 new tormula not as Intelligent as th� born at any Market ani:! ·ewen if one did have to paY, (or the handlIng ot what he calls "piay_ other Ume of the year. and come 'out and lee it. It s free. boys." he'd let his money'l worth, . . WestJnllllster College's tint publ1ca­ "Let the play-�y accumulate a nlC1!' Uon, which appeared, In 1855, as the h collection failures or for ree two or , t · Herald. GAdand 01 56-R-2 was printed tor a Westminster Meet To Team Tenni. Announces Coach . te . Olson al a lo I a . l1 o 0 J. A. IRWlN. Prop. Large Coif Scltedule Three Junior College :� ��:� : ����� ! : ; ::; o � ���. �r!�� ���h=�! :,:;! ::h . ny h t The complete 1934 SC�edule .for the The tennis team. comprised ot those ����� do�:rs :=u: ;a�:;�:�: fJ;Om Philadelphia.. --:--showing who '"' In U the make ) J the best perceptible progress toward deg:-ee, Receipts of the National IntercolPac lc L theran College golf squad h� will meet , all team.s and I don·t believe the college woul d leglate Swimming meet held recenUy been announC1!d. The schedule Inelud'es spring ltournament. .at the Ohio State University w�� ap. CoIl�e or Puget Sound and Aberdeen ::;:e:�f:�:n�h:'�h�nt��ee�:��I��!; have much to do about It. p;: Tr:ack Junior COllege. These schools havebeen Yakima . according to COach Olson. The "But I �uppqse It· is useless to hope � 00. .2;: .':: Y :: ';: ;: 'OXl= m a te = = ::: ::=i ::::;: r ;: appear We sort.. th�t 01 anYthing r ,tt;. BeIUngham tonnerly. . tollows: as Is schedule on the schedule . Baseball lnevltably committed to the .molly-cod_ , .�; :��!O�UI:i �;;'JI':'r�� ) Nonnal and Columbia University or May 4--Aberdeen there dl1nJ and S�I)�fee<l.� .program�" Golf extrJl cost Jlnd the work is done Portland are on the golf schedule ror The rtitd supervision ot studen.ts In by experienced workmen, It May 5-Mt. Vernon. here the first time. LEHMANN PHOTO-FINISHING ' all Ptlues of their academic lite was there Vernon 12-Mt. May . We Carry Spalding Sup­ STUDIOS ' . ){By 2-Belllngham here crlUclzed by the WiSconsin dean. Who nt: plies for these Spring P.: M::: In .his long years or service at Wl.seon; �=� ,k: May 15--Centralla th�re r.� n: d: .": .: ;r.:Com :: . .. there 4--Aberdeen May tor reputation a establ�hed' has sin Games ' May 22--Centralla here extreme liberal views.' May �Iumbla there JEWELRY' HANSON:S and lislng ad ' much too is "There May 26--Aberdeen here May ll--C. P. B.. there DISTINCTIVE counSellin&:. too many inte1l1genC1! tests, WASHINGTON executive committees. scholastic chalr257 �. · 1 hh St ., TJlComJl, Wn. Ma� i8--CoIUlllPI a bere men. Junior ,and senior deANI. HARDWARE CO. May 25-BelUngham there Complete F.int Match'es With nearly. aU nrst-ro� matches "W much ror our' students. I 924 'Pacific Avenue �vlng been completed, the spring ten� believee dotheytoowould get a better dlscl-' May 26--BeIUngham here nis ' tournament is' well. under way. 80 pUne arid attain a better training if we rar, the favorites seem ·to be Myhre. weren·t corut8.nUy on the alert to .P' Qullity Knltthi. CO. Tr�n, O'COnnor and · Burgoyne. The Pl:otect them from their own .mIstaltes. ot the flnt-round matches fol- "W.e catty patemaJ1sm to too great .Letter h....,. o.r s,.clalty wo� froq]. PreIU by lengths. And the dI8eouraa:mg :factor f"?m Bruen: by def�ult,. is that the further we go'the 463 ':I'th Sf.: TacOma, \yash. is E. 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at! _ _ _ � �ane. s ch� In thl!! eftntnt· aLs� by J. N � .�e � Mrs. Davis Will Ch�perone Day c:ouver, B. C., lbe Pac111c Lutheran . . Ylv1sater' . =: � n Th1s commIttee · bAa a.ppolnted COast �� It:' fond memories, OO�Pled on ,:,: �� � Cirh on '2-D.-, Stay at Camp College " Choir of the' West" . returnt;d. sanr an e _ . 11. su fl\Jttees made' up &II (olloWll: ·wll.h Vtell' dea1re to sUe). toPther. haa g. 00 Miyaii.... . PI.n Initjation ' of to Parkland Sunday nl&ht. AprU 1:1 @' ,five, Pacit1c Lutheran OOllete , ' �y-pc)Ie drtu : Anna Ro�, (chair- driv On the trip the choir, under ,the d1rec� :ev���';��:!��: New -Me';''''rs . __ tlon of, Prof, J. O. E;d�ards, !'Ilad e' four- the Wes.tm!nster �yter1an Church manl" Sb1rley San,e, Allee Nolan" Vtr- a�umnl to ·"ortanl&e the West Oout a Been and Noftn Nqel, , � KW l gfn Final Pl� fOl' the .Delta Rho Gam- t�n _ appelll'1L!lCes, .sIngtng at nw i.eaYin Mt Vernon and Burlr Thi. Bachelon, i ' , new rroup' includes ' verUsinr: Eunlce Ameson (c�tr_ , ' � a� ma.hotlSe Pllrty of May 5. 6 at the Oirl churches and slx blgh'schools.. Eight. where �ey. � h in· man) , Anne JohnSOri, Virginia Byers, the nv.e members of the Class of '33 the blgh s � Reserve Ca�p Miyajima on'Ft!x l!land, full conceru were given, At all reof tt,e'. terooon, the �u_ p' wl:nt c:to �lare' o h a�41nr Lu�er qollea:e now Il8on. and Allce Pelen\)n, :..,' :r are belnr completed, according t.c? Ellen the concert&, t.be choir wa.s. well n rah, Iowa, �ey b(l.tch t.ofI1!ther a Helen Be �p )Jng am where they �and before , , Popcorn and �y: AlIce Roe (chalr- .i Deco eelveod, 'and good crowd.! were p�nt",' tlJ1� �rgs'rom, gen;;"l chairman. ' hoping to v1&1t at P.L�C. are but �ere, h Lee nn ) 'Doroth SChool. t,he,normal at audltorium ' ' ,. . y Op eim, Je ie , 'The group:--'h1ch W!.II leave from the Deiause of .the sucCess' of this tri 'J'I:U,s concert Pefore the cl.OIIe , olJ.h15 school was un�er the awplcea of man . year. Laura Hauge and Ruth, Ha:ualand. ferry doCk at the end of Slx:th Ave- the cboir has re;ce1ved several ort�' �e Luth�ran churches .of, th�t elty .' Ice ' cream:. P1orence Pos� (cha1rman) , ' Printed \�tterhead4 of . �e. new or�o nue at 10,20 Saturday moroing, to appear' In oUler places 'and 'Mr, Nel-' � h n. er e n tvlddlng, , er 1 · so are anfJclpaUng two days hill pf sw m- son, bU!lines.s m8.n�, is making ar- :war:u -: ::� �:r:y� b:=� ;' Jf.II� H d El �th. Pftt Be ':e�e'�� �Ve�!u� �� and ;:U;:�d��=��n ��:� a. P�Y'Th :ent. The bOard of dlreclDrs is =� rangements for a · three day ,triP . to morning the chpir leU the states , to ty ��, � 1zi1be Dahl,. ey Oregon. The .tentative g sen'ce, concerts aild travel. to V!U1couver, B,-C" where the.y · Punch : Rac.hJ.el Flint ( cli'alrman ) , up of Carroll' Jacobson' Stanley 800re V� Mahncke, !lunh1I� �n. and Walter YO�I', on the 2,30 wl ferry . S . day Wl , ' May �v, planned 11; sang are: Astoria, WestUni's . c hurch dates O . W at . . ar:�:c!,�,n Warren. May. 12; rtland, �orninl 8atunt�y night..Ii c:oncett wM�ven in' VIiginla .Da.vt.s �nd Anna., �n. . ' . At P..L,O, all these bci s hela 1m rtWith her committee of ��� and aI moon, May� 13; and LOngview, the New west.m�tu high school �ud1.- �tiOnB: Ge�de . Stenberg ant places in the stud:nt body. �;l � ' Wesson, Gertrude Stenber Wash" Sun�ay ev�nirlg. May 13, , tortum �der the ,�lUplce& of that cltY'1i (chairman), Selma Bafw, Eleanor Martin was vice preaUent of the AS­ rna 08nlels, Miss Bergst!m ' has a _ ) a-Mae ,Goff and Eve- IOClated Studenta and business, manthe first -"concert tour of Lutheran CQllgregaUODS: Sunday morn- ' �udebaugh, 1'JUl pointed the following SUb-committe!. llBeginning " ager ' of t.ne, Moorinr M..,t; Btanley U $ yeat. tt).e c.holr sang at the F1rs� Ing the chorus went � Mt. Vernon' I�. Eklund, K, P. duty and -t:ransportaUon-Mel� Luthe Me- 8cc?re was presJd.e�" o� ' the Graduatlng ,ChurCh,in �unday, where t� f1n� concert � the \.:OUT was . S� . and throne: Geo�na ba R05S (chairman), Norma Pre,w...J!a! prt �nd r.. T ngel',�� ;· Ray. Lerbact_waa.,a:th1e.o.c_ m� _ Voren, . -:. r a lg afte h ergllOt--oon ven Olass Clure-(chaJrman�B t l; rttl s e rn � ln -gl � , tiOi Staa ' f l-!';ll -o Thompson and Novell Nagel. - . A ing there In the afternoon after the school auditorium \.here. befor�. �e Marie Wrang, Marie Schmitz 'lnd Val- a,e'r a, nd wtnner of the COllea;e bc?ys' -<Prognffi�Marga.ret Wesson (chalf- ladles of the churc!t had. 5er:'ed din- meeting , of.. the . Columbia· COQfer:en� borg l;I'orby; , insplratiO!l1l1 trophy; Walter Young was . manl, Dorothy Opheim. Mary Nash . ed Clean�up: Clara �uhnhausen (chll:lr- vice preslde�t of the G�.uatl.ng �Illsa, the choll: proceed to Seattle klelng held in that. city, . ViVian Kampbell and Marie Schm!tz: n�r, where they gave a c:oncert In t;ht! eve- Those ll,'ho: accompal!.led the choir· man), Thelma Daniels, Nonna Preus. presldent of the MLsslon SoCiety, and Entertainment-Enid Hutson (chalr- nlng at Rev. O. L. Haavtk's by bw were: Prof, J, Helen OI50n and Elspeth traveNed. which In Church Andrak, ' winner of the boys' inspirational trophy ' manl, Alice ROe Joanna Manousos' Ballard. Monday the choir ·travelled 0, Edwards. director: Theodore Nets'In high school; and Carroll Ja:c;:obaon \ and Jean -Marie Fowler. , - t;o Eve�ett where they sang before two son, business manager; MrIi, Esther . was a two-year, fOQtball lettexmari, " " • , . k n Clean-up Evelyn E lu d (chalr assemblies at the �t:rett Igh School Davl.5, chapetOQe; and "Buck" Swish- Co�Il n Cold . • Cast Mee�lng Each of the boys hr.d earned two· foot, � , mim) , Helen Benson. Anna Enge� .and , Re*ul�rly for . Rehe.a nals . ball letters 'bere except- Ray Lerbacl!:, all the on b-us the driven has who er. in c�arge C. at and Norgaards H. ,:), R e Clara F,i:uhrihausen. who was team manager for ,that l�h years, few last next e g, the eve Stan the trips was choir n �·ood m InIUatlO�-Euia-Mae Goff Ichalr- t-h Class PiaY; of Urne, At Luther, each of th�se boys , . la "for the Benlor " " Reheartlll manl . Anna Roness, Jennie l.ft' and are l d r :�� activ b e In scholastic atfairs and sports. � �: �; t��lth Re:, Amy O�lbert. l '; OOLS � ofcoc:coaching, Wors¥p-AUce Peterson (chairman), / C' AT OTHER SCH The three act '. oomedy" Luther i..eaicue Dol, Virginia Davis and Louise Miller, Subject of a recent group debate at 'I'anl.iness, is punlsh� by a one hour 'dTan;la will tie presented In the PacHlc , As chaperone. Mrs. Esther Davis. Del- Concordia College In Moorhead, Minn, : Quiz by a Texas Unlverslty:professor. Lutheran College gymnasium on Fri- In connection with Luther Leque which 15 beina Celebrated In the Day, e and buntS up ho a that "ResolVed. cast. us which 25, The ta Rho Gamma adviser, �'III accompany In a recent num�r of the American day �ven1ng May Zier, no� dOwn," Kathryn John- No",'eg� Lutheran Cburch of Amerlthe girls. Medical .:to.urnal. statlstlcs"irere Quoted Includes WUltam ca the country,�ext sunday, ut ugh Fowler, Johnson Je -Marie � � , an , On the Thursday, and ,Friday just A voc.e Is be·1.ng conduc� on the to show tha� the general eal of Cof- son, Ella Whltak�, VIrginia' Byer1l, �lar- ApHI 29, both Luther Leagu,es "of the house party, all day girl' West Vlrg1n1a University camPus to de;- lei'e s�ud pr�eding the m the Emory · ents was 'a ilin g TrInity Ll!the.ral). .cb�h w11l ��.nut, Ed.and Lemming ence Sballand Irene , "'ho ' entered school at mid-year will be termine the size of the diplomas the standards of �e years , Research rson, bas � !:I'UliY learnln� ,Sunday, Th� J�or �e. w.m c,onover a riumber of years kvealed that lines. gar La inlUated Inw Delta Rho Gamma. the seniors will receive at graduaUon " ont' of the best pro- vene at, 4:00 p. �.• while the Senior climax or this event being reached at students' health gi-ew worse\durlng the d and prom!S:ea a r t e o the house party, d years spent in school. tt f :�:; , �:��:: cr:;:::tedw1� : 25c �: !:r :'�t7n�, t��:; ���� :::�::7 :� !:� planned, . accordl� to 'ann�ments. l n adults «nta ch for 15 en d for Inpolecat'ls latest the he and t , Hunting ' � lt six A tra.1nln . _ wee s start. g now, ' � of 1_ Pr . l!sbe sold by D!ember1l e. . . ling course mU!lt be completed before tramural sport at Earlbam College. Tickets wt . 1n conn:=�t$ ���etDaySatthe they are even eligible for the jobs. ' A student at Marshall COllege is Senior Cl , �ROo�DALE, Drama Club beld a work day last · \ urday. The cleaning and rearranging Princeton University' males, 1p. a re. e�ing his way througb college by Cuild . Ciw'� � Iav . . I BARBER of the property rooms. bullding of a cent poll on what living man they .em�lming caw to sell to" anatomy The Tr1rut � � Guild presented.: a one: new .veneer front to co\'er the pipes In would like to be If they had. a; choice. students, BroOkdale act ?lmedy, . The Fountain of Youth, lront of the stage, raaking boxes to en- ch06e Pres, Ro()&evelt, Mussollnl, and Probably the reason Purdue Univere L. C --1 _ _ _ _ _ _ ' _ n c _ .... r!::� � . :�� slty never missed Its slgnab was ·due ;p�� l�" Th��h m= Hitler. e ac ---t e ��o: d:�� �: :::il:! 4' �� the play we,re Emmy Coltom. Thora �who worked to-!!lake the day � success Approximately 100,000 need,)' youn, :u: a� �;�; 1nme=em:� . Olson, Berdine Knutsen: Paul Hlghby, CWA e1v1ng re are women and KerschNuIII men were B!,ll Rasmussen, Gerry Pflueger, o e re Fadnes ls n. ford C u Mrs I o O t , ... . s � Suits and Overcoata . Jesse Pf1J.!eger. Leonard Wesson, Ferdl- funda to allow them to conUnue their ExacUy 2'1.000 yards of adhesive tape Mrs.�tad, Grace �, Mrs, Ke�, and 600 yards of gauze have been' pur- , education in' colleges and Universities nand ,Bondy, Evelyn Irwin, Jean-Marie · . For 5.le Excl�ively .t chased by Lou1s1ana State Un1venlty neth Jaeobi. Emma Rynnlng, Mrs. Ed Fowltr' and Bergllot Vogan, t" etland 6', P.I'","� gela Olaon JenJ Bertha . t.ad, Mrs , <?n the Illinois Wesleyan camp� th1r. for use on Its athletes during the com- nn 9;;; ' 2"P.: ,,::. : . :A:;;:::; ",, .;:; T :: ""'"' :::;:=': -4 �, � ::�h. Karen Ryn- +-_.:. ing year, r . • :n • On 8ro.adcast Program i�':h�� :t�:�:�lvc;::"�:�g:�U: PacHlc �theran College pr�nted Vidlng the expenses among themselves. Approx�ate.iy one-third of all stu- I r==========O; ,r----- --....,..-"-";"v . 8On � a le 8e.uty Shop,. e Tennis R.cken Res.tTlln, :: An enterprtsing Yale Joumal15t 1a =�ec::::=hO=!ta,tou� � � c �::=S�tI�: ��� ':tf S���;-J:;iI! 'FrMt-!' Stock of Cut jUlt'A:rived • �!i;:� f:'re .to night from 9:15 to 9:45. Pro!, Ram- contemplating the printing of a hitch- in financ1nr' thelr educaUon. . . Srin, your rlCkflts In now tieet C.u 1, ..-ill, • stad gave a tall!:. Irene ShaDarui pl�yed blker's guide fOr the benefit of the S KIM.ALL SPORTlHC 'coODS .1.... for ... plano 'solos and Mildred Monson sang Ells who bum their way. to New 'Yort A movement hM been sl.l!.rted at" W.tch COM'ANY ' • . ent· W.vinl n P.l1TII �rt John Hopkins Un.lveralty to boycott all every weekend. a \'ocaJ solo. '.FIlil.... . student �UvtUes' which make chargee • CArI.� 01n-i.l . The PennsyJv&nla state hIghway pa- in addition . to the student' activiUes • trol ncen�y conJ'iacated twenty-!lve card. LUMBER WRECKER SERVICE cars owned by student.s of Leblgh UD1- , 1 OLYMPIC DAIRY PRODU,CTS . At a D.y . ,.\Mr Nita ver recent Whltew�ter. W1sco1l&1n, . lty and· class1fled them as "relics . FOB EVEBY PpBPOSE s 'per-unfit·to State. TeacherSCollege di'amauc operate on the stneta." TIC�III.·' '.vorl... BOYNTON'S SERVICE PAINT. IlABDWABE f ormance e leadtnr man" falIlng to , CA. 014S-R-1 ' . th Ior ZS V..n , Kentucky O}ountain men and women on appear on time, rushed do,m the cen- Cn -- R!I,.Iri., . GENEBAL BUILDING 8t1PPLJES . 3 f .Hl _ _ _ _ lonr _ e _ o I _ e ntnr _ curafter " l � _ _ _ _ � � th I _ � pe ' alal i:n. : �::n: ��. ==!:. Brookd.l. ��I p��io�p =:. Carl O. Hoyer 01 Arlzona State Lu�b.r Co. educaUon. . Te.cb.eb CoUea;e hU teeenUy �n 'lnJ· Phone �Arland 3811-J-5 • e· Uated into membenbJp 10 the HoPI Albert1na Madame to According AT BRooKDALE' R.uch, the �odel �ed la a combina. IndIana: , tz1be, the hIIbest honor that On �untaJn Hi&'hway tJon o! 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By Thelma Daniels For the first time In the history the school. PaclIlc Lutheran . College was the .scene. last Tuesday, May 1, of a May Festival. Th1.s affair. whlch wa.s spo� by Delta Rho Gamma. ed everyOne and many have � .. the hope It will become an annual e\"ent. Gathered on the front la.,,'1\ at 3 p. m., students and friends of the College tenl'd to the proclamation �f.May Day. given by Clarence I..i!mming, student body preslden�, 'from ' a

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S8 .:Belpre bmuJaat. ';upeeWOC" 1b!luenoed by . that Lut.huan �Ilege .e�. �td .. bOu3e"Pan �· �I W&5 In taken. . AIt.w.l , ".rty ...... PI........ our lut week 'end. !"Ial 5-a, a� Can;ap .�-J -.e� should, select . ' I re'!. · D,hi Has Ch." . f P Itet which we · � tdurtni: �h &r'j� �mb, wo�IP. the. reading from t which Is . JI�•. the Y" W. C. A., teaort on � �free . ofume and dfnDer .� noOn. tile J:he preeentaUOn O( - UU"ee plaJa 1ft, Tftt�m."t Le,,�. Banquet and upWUni. ' (em· home. t.&! ecUeJe f1Dl. P'r1day �entzqr, Aprll Saturday Eveninl: Rey., A. E. In HIs Word, Ood does not eult aiD, Ialand. ��reI;l by Delt. Rho Gam- glib etook the l HalJlen Convention Speaker but 'Be points out,how black sin ma�' :r:jK� ot . a �UI .=�::;: =. =: :at, '�ked .� ,cloee � ��Ub� U:�!:ke�m:,;e;!e y pa be,in order to I� . us away from It. rear. . �, Zlapet.h �. yKr feOrn � DJarD�preCaelunb IA.rpotcro�ds sten trude r .r-- rr�, Oe Greatest s Jfe' l :' the�e the With' in fruit of Word taUona. com Ptter.on, me.:nor RaUcleb&ucb. bay'!. Jcilred � . ThoSe wl}O attended the affair were Marian Et..hmd that read It.God will bnr Fl.nd,.. u the t9Pic tor. dLscUMlon, the allT'he , JO&DDa ),f1UlOU808. Hel- edJ_ &nd 4nunu UlroU.bout \he years tn can.tO"th� end of Sath Evelyn . reIJJio� Is � o�y, iranspo�ted ChrbUan The Luther DIst,rlet Pacific Nortp Mnual 'It:! O'c1� en .Bt'n;aon.. �th Dahl, Norma with weU-m::elftd ...rlaUOIllll In the the k too they where Avenue, . League convenuon was held Jut Prt- rellJlon that is tru�, (or: there Is only felT)' to Fo� lsJat1d:,lLl'Tlving an hour Prell&. v)rJI.nfa Davia:- Novllll NloIe!, usual '· dur1.nr .�' Chr14tmas -:> eternal Ute. later. Lunch was...served at noon. af�� �e1yn Irwin. Dorothy .Ophelm, Ida and �t:er .: � day, Saturday and Sunday at the Cen- one God wh� �� JIve us-Ramstad ,ocord1nl to the hoUdays" . rest was there Period ch l At 1 :30 Thoaipeon Marpret , Wt't'IIOO, ' Irene w"fl ual Lulhe� Church � Everett. Rev. lea�era. The club as � whole' rave hatland, Laura H&uie, Marie �I.!I, .cl� swlm·P mlng. an� A:jjina ished welit , ' r . thin'. gs lovely. what,- that.Oll!le:30whth'o-e'wglrls e o t K. Vinje s charwt. One the larg- Wha UiOt'\'t' R �, .M: lba Roes . , R&ch�l PUnt "write .. w ca.nta.tu, � at .Chrl,atm� and on e . met ln grou s to r �t on lce"-!n "Other �t C��:dS In �e dilItrkt Luthff :�er :!I��e -:1.:0:'t.h=�V'I! ' ,,:"0rd3, to have dl.!- Ailee Roe,� Thelma �lI, Clan. one at �. . kted into. t.J;1ree dlv, wu club The Lor7 ;Bertalrom, eq sen followed. . League S history pre�nted Itself at the is tion Ell H , Ree.r 'and bau cusSlons. Kuhn Good. laP1d -nn"lstad EUni'?fl IJ"OUP under· t.he)��P ot Evelyn It . . to ralne rom'entlon whIch wu "ery successful, Holmcren, 8 then 'more dLscUsslpn-"Tell Irwin. � McClure, and Nor­ a ftne splrlt running throu,gh all the 'We must choose who w1Il be our Swteney." There was a 'free time· be- .Am�, Mary NUb, ' Peart FOWler, man Weatlln. the . fill a:emester, and sessions, acconUng'to Rev. A.. K. Vinje. Muter, Md It Is. t.h1s choice that WUI fore dinner and the SUIl8I't ' hlk!. M�ne Manowoe:, Jean-Marie . bring Byers, J�Marle 1"oW�, and V1r-glnla EdBchJermeyer: the of prNldent . Wran''-�lhI: MarIe to real or party a happtness r�1 ' . lther The e In spent was evening . I Rev. E. Hansen of Bemidji, Mlnn.. S.vld�. MrII. Je:nnJe Lee durtnr the aprlnl' aem�r. slngln �a Kelley "Jld . W girlsAfttoandr aInmidnight initiate .lce-p eerve_ God .t.n...:..our_@I!� ad- Leonard W'eMOP du.r1� the aprlnre . resldent-ot-ttt:-International-Y..-When-..:eson� atthetI"1enl'. doclc. Esther �vIa, Delta �o Oamma. a a ����e �� c��- ::;-m���:� :���:: �h: y:� �g�th�' :�v!:�I: �� ��e :;n��: ""6br::' :d�"i;!��oin� service. ��:�·�. �unded" al1d.the- rlrl& . �._�� . ' ' ' lg k t esus u to ? J .. inM:n��::�=:: ::�:O= . " . ." . / /<:�;:'�a� �\�:� :a�:dn�� AI��:: lI���::�r:O:��? . ': . night at tbe �quet, and If we dO ' not. serve Christ, we die .C' AT ' OTHER tfaddl.tlon to" new cu�i.nS."for the � SCHOOLS Saturday . . . . ,/ Sunday afternoon at the closIng . . from disuse. dOwn . tH.e arU ticlaI � ..sta;e. With UTe whole. world for a campus, .BreakIng slon, Rev. Hansen also 6P1?ke; hls lut Batan Is a "contldence . man" who At Ute last bushi-eu meetln. g ot the . . ae riers which subject �Ing. "The Muter Hu . Need would pull us away from Ood by ' his the Floating University w1Il set craphical baSlavic r IUlgUages � CI�b, held MOrnay, AprU .10, f each Drama Oct. 4 tor· the 1934·35 ��ep yearInsailof princlP of Thee." Rev. O. S. Gl!-dmunsen. 01 brilliant enUcements. . group headed by Oeory1&nna Mcthe . d from the r o e. 81l1ty ports 34 Prof. Anacortes, was the collvenUon chap-abler 'M&.rdalene KlIppen n5 day world c.rulsvlal.ied !-h� � world at. larre , �_ and Jean-Marte' PDWler dethe st,u- · Marc:q B. Jona!!'. head of the . lain and.the Rt.. Rev H L Foss· pres!- We "'::J the ' assurance .that Jesus count.rIe:s wUl be n.ea. ofby university .= ��. � partment ot Ror!laDu l�ares atC �- P.c�:red �n��·o�O:;:: ' dents. St.8ndard cou de�t the Pacl!lc �lstMC; of the N. L'. loves b:ave ' �Uerea. ( al:), ys. all ·mankInd. and that. He Will and· preparatory grade will be ,con- mona and �mont C. .. gave the sermon at the Sunday WI;h · InclusIve and unlform �=i�eB= anwid,th :e:Y"r.ee receive us again into HIs confidence d�cted on �pboaid. As In all uhlve:r- .� devlsed anfor morning service. �n apnRussian .Bulra:r:�' charge, the l) wt n alphabet did HIli dlsctples. slti�, a�hletlca be coJ?ducted on [;aU : In addlUon to the regular' sessiOns justJcsasus .He , have n lIo t . to win our heart by �, Czech �d Poll&h. I ted. to plan thls patty. Novell ' As In �l unlve�tiee:, ath- Berb-Croe,Ua held 'at the church, a banquet under showing tries letlca w11! play an Impor�z:tt part tn. ha.ve faith �t my efforts may be, of poin His great love for s sl)lp�. the auspices of the Pocket Testament Alice . Roe, (chairman) .. Allee' /'iolan, for us Chf1stlaru. even to student life. The>,ship � be equl�ped ser.vlce in tile. ::-uae ot world peace And .Naael League was held Baturday night at tI"1e Ite 15 hard Milton NesvfJ. Mel'- RoU. /&rat Christ has taken away all :�h ��U����in:l1)o!; ��:UIt;."r ;:,Pr.�:u= of nold �denlOn, and Bergllot V�. :�::. �. A��t:�a::;�= ���� = ;�� b n � y . grid ' We. WOuld be happy lLlr.e Peter, � we scheduled wltti . COll�ge ' , of Ha_ Southern CaUiornia's all.American union, under the' diuctlon .of Prof. J. WOUld. for a role In a him. turn to God ·In love. wall, �lna, Japan, and · er countries star. hu' been rejected like . O. Edwards, gave .;' coneert· at the for K.enchbeum b;eCaUae he "doesn't forJlveness of -our sins. visited. football N'orth Junior High Auditorium Sun- esthe Suits .and Ov.rcoab . a C<!nqUerOl' -Of sin, death. Franklin D. . Roosevel Jr.. son of look like" a !ootbtt4l. player. . ' . day afternoon. siuJing seven numbers, ndJ useIspower S.I. for of the deVl1-.and He. the Pres!dent, recently t gured In the A poll ot the senior class at Columbia B tI"1 . Orben 8lme .wlth his theremln &n4 will )ett• • & '�la"utl are. center ot a neatRWQl" Yor�, reve&la th&t the New Unlveralty, student a cello" appeared also on the receive us Jwt 912 . PK. Ave.-T8CIOma -Pflueger strike for peace at Harvard Untvera1ty. maiortty of them'eXpect'to be eamtna: 1..., last-mentIoned programs. At the flve yean �m � c�: ��� :� �atest ventures of ur! are e�dhe :a��a� :��� ':�io��r:� _ _ -'����������:n a h l neth Ja� ParkllLDd sarlg a du!!t. WI I SpeCial Low hie._ -Svenson asked that . the Amerlc.ail y�th supbecause ot the At th.e business 5e6Ilion held Batur. The Word of God hu a' w� ror. port military ' trainIng . TENNIS RACKns AND IALU League o( Nations,. the of the day afternoon. officers for the coming every Individual and every sltuation. failure BIG SALE· STARTS FRIDAY Qu.l ity KniHin.:Co. and t.reaUea and conferyea,;.- were elected wltl"1 the following Love Is tI"1e flrat law of C�lst, . Kellogg pact, KIMBAlL'S to prevent war." The R. O. T. C. mults; President. Rev. O. O. SalveUttW SW....... 0., Specialty Word 'of Goc:! Is a treasure, not ences contr1budefinite a defended wu son, seattle; vice president, Rev, A. J. toThe Tacoma, Wash. St., th �03 be but kept locked to conup, � tlon to education in genenil" in that It Towe of Portland; recording st'i:retary, :- ""� leadersblp among-the aplen- I �==::::= 'Dorothy Sollie of Mount"Vernon; cor- stantly In use. :; =====:: llr�---'"b :-""l = -Xavll'r. "develops did yo\.ing men In whose trust th.e peace I· respqndlng 'Secretary, Ruth OLYMPIC A'IRY' PRODUCTS and we]faN! of our nation and Its lnsU'of Eve.,rett; treasurer. Chester Johnson, WRECKER SERVICE fall." eventually mll!t tutlOn! ot Portland;. Pocket Test.8ment League Taeo�.'. Fnorite - D.y , and ' Ni te Secte�ry, Milton Nesvlg of 'Seattll'; Sister Magdalene Klippen for 25 Yean A wind velocity of 231 mJles per hour, IOYNTON'S SIRVICI and aUditors. Russel Hansen of BellTells of Missionary Work the highest ever recorAed. lias ,been OI45.R-l CA. O. Ingham and Theodore Olt5ness of Ta_ Washing Mount on. charted the. N. I � at t .. �_�._ �: ,,,,�,:..,�",:�� c'oma. Ne�t year's convention will be Sister Magdalene Klippen of the H., observatory. It was three· times as ... c:� held In """I'aComa at Our Sa�r.'.s Luth.- Lutheran Deaconness ' the ave,rage hurricane. . ,.... � Ch LUMBEI!. at Pacific Lutheran COI-l- fastOneascroup eran Church, Rev. Alvin O. f'ellris cago ot 102 Haverford (Pa.) tor. ofege and spoke In Chapel on Frlda-y, LIE!,! 6> SELVI G 27. SlnCt! leaving the hospital, College students hu sent to President Those from P. L. C. who attended PAINT, IIAIlDWAD Oru;&ist1 " in Roosevelt and Benator Da� A. Reedto the meets In Everett were Dr. Tingel- Sister Kllp� hu been engaged .... at mis- a petition announcing .thelr GENERAL BUILDING !JtrPPLD8 st.8d. Prof. Edwards, Irene Dahl, Ber- mlssh?OB.l"Y for �e church Importers .of Norwegian dine KnutsOn, Rutl"1 Haugland, MAr- slon staUOIllll .-in northern Alaska. "fight . In any war." garet lJen, Rhoda HoII:enstad, Valborg In her talk to the students here-, The men of St Lou.J5 Unlvera1ty have cod liver Oi I BrooUal. Norby, WWIam Pflueger, Herbert Nor- Sister �ppen stressed that all Ul!""Ough revolted: They grlptnr because they L.iinbe� Co. , Osten Ellason, BW Rasmussen, IUe one must chOOSe, and It Is th'e have to shave too often. Reason: The Corner Tacom.· Avenue .nd I I th S�ey Berenl.son. Floyd' Knutzen, choice ot w,hat maater he will serve ro.eds demand It. Street; Tacom., WISh. l"h;one.OArland 3811-.)-.6 Milton Nes\1g, Paul xavier ani:!: RoU th&n can bring one eIther real happt� Emily Marshal. a University of MIa- T.a � 73 1 4 AT BRPOKDALB . Preus. On Ko1lD.tal.n ,�":r . nesse oor real sorrow. She told much of ====�===! : J �=�.� the Master's w�r :au;! S::d:;t;!:h:��fU:�;;::ue: a S1ster MaBdalene is.a c-oustn Agpes cooed rUle BROOKDALE LeU Kllppen, graduates of PacIt1e Graduates frOm' the COllege of Com- . and BARBER SHOP Lutheran College. . ' mere.e Untvt'ra1ty of KentUcky, pubDah • ., a pampblet called "BalpJ.n.II ln BBln8," : Brookdale , in wblch the p1� ot each graduate, =. " his &P., helcbt weIght, · chJef, .lnterest Sin.. Sonp .t · Meetlnl. · EFFECTIVE PRINTING are 11ated.. Tbla pian Inate8d . ot' 'having the usual pro- and. fezperience, result oUowed lut .year with thepkeed gra.m., 'the German Club at Ita J.aat � , all but t� � �t . meeUna held yesterday lUll' IIOnp, A PllInneJ anJ ProJucecJ out of � "1 obt&1nlna" �tIons:, beld prior and aI:wri bualJ:lesa meetingl oo.Iy two pro� un-.tlafactoty,. to the .alD8iDg.

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�As A result of the student body lion held last Tuesday. May 15. Van Leu\'en. winning over John belbls and Roland Swanson on the bal!ot. wltl head the Associated dents or Pacific Lutheran Colleae year. Other 'otllcers selected were: vlce-presldent: ' Thelma

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SPECIAL EVENT! Wednesda,. May !3 Rho eamma Hospital Oay, Plen:e

be chosen next year. along With the rr:emman class represent.atlve. Delta The 'outgolng Board of Control oon· County H06pltal. 3:30 p. m. slsLs 'of: President.. Clarence Lemming; Delta Rho Oamma party for girl grad-

. ' . to present biennial edlUon ot th � than to put; OUt one or 'for each ytar. Each Sap here-publlahed at P,L.C. baa been Firat · Class honor rating ott

planning was nec�ry, \V-hleh brlllll book out later than US\.laJ. How.· ever. with the large amount-or material on hand. the staff has been able to uates. Evelyn Irwln's home. 8 p. m. vice president.. Alvene Scchlerman: .secset up an Interesting and decorative retary. Kathryn Johnson: treasurer. TbW'itd.ay. May M William Zler; oommls&1oner of 8th- Ladles' Donnltol'y Auxiliary tea for yearbook. or funds during 1933. the ePtlo� room. 3:30 -duates, on r �: � I : r !u : Ing ClaM representative. Jean-Marle !'fission SOciety. recreA-tion room. 1 p. . Fowle� Sophomore Clasa repreSC!ntam. ' . live. Mary N,ash: and Frt'!Ihman Clasa �nuy Brotherhood party for _ ·men . . ' repre,ljentative. Bert Myhre. graduates. church parlors. 8 p. m.

FrIday, May 15 F't::Irmal installation of Ule new Board of Control-- members will be held at Golf. P.L.C. va. BelUngh.am Normal. there. 2:30 p. m. the last student body meetln( the year In chapel next Thursday. May 31. CI8S5 play "OOblin Gold," gymna.sium. 8 p. m. At this t1me also. spring sports award

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Prot. Pflueger � Mr. Hunter. 111 ap� Ma, Sf proximately IJuft teet in hel(ht and bO�. no school about. fifteen ·lnches in. diameter. The Tbunda,. Ma, 11 . by a mU51.c pupl1 of Mr. InstallaUon of new stl.!dent body Of: Hunter's, Is of solid bronze with the ' fleers, Chapel. 9:50. followinr words 1nscrtbed upon It. Parkland Orade School graduaUon ex"M'y faCe marta' the sunny· houn:, . Each paper for the tau semester was erclses. CP.L.C. 1J)'12Ul&IIum. 8 p: m. What can you �y of yours,?" Frtd&,.. Jue 1 sent n Febr:u&r)' to the N. P. A. memorial plate was made by The I . be&dquuters at the Un!vera1ty ol l41n- End 'of school year for rraduata. Va!borr Norby. Arno� Anderson. and neaota for . JUc1clDc-. The papen Were 8a�y. I.- I ' Prof. Ra.tnstad. Protessor HQIlg" 'wrote rated In accordance with the quality CI&u p&, IV planUnc. front of sebooI. the wonts tMcrtbed on the plate which . ol 'their ed1t.crial content. makeuP. 1:30 p. m. are, '''Presented to. Padf1e Lutheran proofreadlna-, style of wriUna- and in. Claas NlIbt ex.ercl8ea . 1YZD"*Sium. .1 p. l;Iy iewts Q. Hunter in Memory . j m. Mother, Id& Hunter Chapman. �. The ed1tori&ls and ent.ert&1n1na- matter ' were codl.JDented. up- President's recepUoa for JI'Ilduates and 1934." . on 'in the .scoreboot as ))einl' upeel&ly l parents.. recreat1pn room. Mr. BlnderUe and Mr. T. O. Olson 8..,..,. J� 1 are responsible for the ftnishlng touchrood. BJnce Ita tIrst. appearance in IH5, Bacealaure&te 1UYk:eI. 1r)'DlIlBSium, 11 ea ot the dial and pedeaW. Valuable ' . . the MOO� , Mast baa ate&d1ly 1m: a. III wneat1ons' coneernina the me. des1rn prirted � q�t�. . 'Ibe fint Ume copies �ent exeret.ea. ' l)'InnUIum, and plao&' f� �'.sun� W.ere ptad� by Dr. Tlnplstad. , Pro!. Haure. \Prof. of lt .were sutm.lt:t:i!<l tor Judr1n&' and 3 p. m. . . · crtUclsm three yean &CO. & 8ecODd , �, 1_ 41 " XaVkT. Mr. � and PrQI. Pfluepr. .Clua bopor ratine or "tood" ..... ae.wa.r c.luIe. foe. und�U&tea. . nw: aun-dla.t, wbleb' Is lemporar;l1y awanled: l&at )'eAr. dwiDC \be ecUtor� W.......,. "... • placed. In 'the rea.r of the bu1IcJ1na', ls ablp of KatJ r,...ou Preua. \be IloortDI ftlal e::a.m1DaUODl bec1n fill' under- to be lnatalled in tbe tront of the e&m' Malt .... Judp(t-� be esoeUeot. wbkb cl&sImeIl. pua .in t.be near futUre, �thn with . . . rM1DI' baa been upbeJd ap1D Lh1a teU'. Last Moortnr I&&It �li&tied . lUy pood'wh1ch was riven ... & rtft • Tbt aoe' rat1Dc abaft 1"Int ClaM � ti¥t.8Choo1· bJ'. the il"Bduattnc clasa .." I� • ." .. I:wan:Ied 11 Al1�ADIerican 01' .uperiOr. School cDea. 1832.

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cording to Roland Swanson, clrcuJatlon manager. Mr. Swanson also anThe drtve whlcb the Miulon Society nounces that subscriptions must be has been sponsorl,na to set. 'pledies for In full by Fr1day of this week. . the Pocket Testament MDvemen.t net.. ThOlle who worked with the faculty ted almost membe�. nfty new advisers. N': J. Hong and O. J. SlUen. a total ot about runety memand the editor. Marp.ret Weaaon. � bers in student. body. 'lhe earne p d � :: :� lre:�7::r' = N : on; Myron Leque and Amoid Myhra. Luther buslnl'$ll m�el'! : Norman Westling. was cart1ed on by a rrou'p of studen:ta Jane WUllams. Gertrude Brunner. Nor- who volunteered their. senlee5. Thls rna �us. and Jean-�e Fowler. clasa Il'OUP met three durlnJ

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NOI'1aard.--orpnizat1ona; Carrie Hv:\d. Jean-Marte Powler. ,!lbod& H.okenstad. dina and WlUiaJ;p Rasmusaen, relll1on : 'I11ompecm. W&.r7 Nuh. E11z:abeth . Pn!derlckaf 8chl&.nbusch and Arnold nderson. · A art.; Selma B&fus and

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EllI&betb 8tuen, Norma .Preus, B&ucl&nd. VirIin1& Da-Y� Eunice �u .. e l1 ; iIe�rt NorEUum. Rol&nd· a"anaon. J!!U! Pfluecer., Henri 01' .

PIoyd Knut&en. . PoCket �t. Movement., over. four m1l11cr;1 �.

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On FrIday. May 1a. ·the student body held .thelr �ual ,plerJe at Late·s[)iul� aw y:. _. Lea.vW&' achool about. three

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.Pu�lW1� e,·ery two weeb during the Sl;.hool year ' by the students of hetfle Lutheran College. Parkland, Washington . The fa..shlonable fashions. so . dbpla� by .· number of Entered u �nd ·� matter. Oct�r 2. �t the Post Office at P<t1"kland' yesterday af!-emoon a� WashlngtoD. under the Act·ot ),larch 3. 1879. · . ��I:b!� ·: � ne·w ; � :' � n r � Member gowns. rt ce'trr.a.. Jl,ISt Ideas. by lI.'ay. Just Ideas . . . Judging from �AS�SoO � . · .prlce tap.

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EDITORIAL STAFF K K , Roo "And ...., d. ,•• ·..in. or !be ,Co•• ", G••,....;.., ..R.... h.'d m, Ed;'o,· ;n·ch;ef . Hazel Monsen neUced that Be�ntson. Redeen. C e horse 'or .. mln.te." nCI CUyon'" Associate Editor · Milton NeSvig · WeMar �n arr. ba.c� I� the Dorm. ..,,;r She: "OOf"J's, .,.... -ro.-,a" . S'enator ,rOm WN;h. : "Sir. I am a and Sports Editor Paul K. · Preus fu�y that the old roos��g place has -LAptembH . �, Concrea." . Editorial Writer . _ _ _ _ _ , Daniel Flotre uch an attrac . C. 0.: "That',· all riehl, I'll · trnt ''I"m the lut of a long· race. gasped tion. Th�. sltuatl,?n IS a � Repor·te-,,-Eunice Arneson. Eline Benson. Gertrude BrunrJE'r. pttC u l�ar one. We llv.e !lnd learn.. but .tile marathon r.ul:mrr u he s'tag-gered ;0.... Mona Byrd .... Thelma Daniels. Evelyn Eklund. J ean.Marie Fowler; slth6ugh . we I�a.m. we'll know why over ·the fln!.s.h line. -LA. . Valborgl,Norby. Florence Post. I rene Shafland: .. ' . ..gOa!;,,, should be martyr$. . ' -LA·_ · . CUlitomeh · note- : to the garl!ge : Typist.-Ruth Carlson. . ' ' . . It. It . Baehelot- : "II ,.,.r baby !lelf-f'el�t' '' ''P'lH.IIe send, car. If· ·'O.K.: ."will send . . BUSI NESS STAFF · . aade : "SIIft: be.Hen �Iks-'he noon cheek." Who said that· one becomes poetic In Business Manager B tr m M · hr . Oarage note to owne�: " Send check: . .the spri ng! Ah me. 'Us'only-the moo.n_ b, hJm.self· nlchta.." Advertising Manager CI�t � o�� MeS�o � .. -LAH OK .. 'NUl send car." J j' light that creates that aesthetIc quailty Circulation Manager pUlsf Ck. son within one; but though the -LA. �pokesman: "We ar.e shaetsters and hot sun Circulation ASsistant . e r H · .A.ndeno� Eldon . "Tliat : · honest men.' · . . . : . Swa�n: Faculty Advisors N. J . Hong and a. J :S�u':� beaUng down upon one's con�. pro .

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Ma.rle Wr&nI": "RealI" How ito yo. ).... � . Leaye the Name �Ione . J C LA . Once upon a time a group of men and. women left their homes The SChool picnic Wl!-S � raBing. raln- Mrs. PHIIIII: ."1 -...nl to see _me kid k!lOW!" f,or a fo.!!!. g':!..la�d. B�in&...YMY_rel(gLQ.�s pe�opll:t--:lbe,Y...!.'Jlili.e_� R- Ing. �Ing ..,'Iuccess:.., Vl\�u�n � (lo...� lor m, elrht-1�r-old daqhter. 1 S..,.�n: "Old '0a. en.r tinr hi!!. . country. and With much sweat and up a �&lra:raJi); ofli..s riiliSua.l l. pleue." "a �r:nple In their a..dopted od"""t c-.----" --holtesr----r-� / t6d �uc�e�ded in completing it before the'y grew old. The n. pn?udly Bert Myhrt clouted Ol1t �our .clrcUlts Polite Clerk : . "YftII. madam. white -:;::;::::::: ::: :::: : :::::::::::::::: : :::: : 1 . lng .t In honor of the land from whence they came. they painted In a sort-b"'all gam.e (very' unusual); kid''' · 1 · / nam ( the name i� golden letters ove� the entrance. I t was a grand. edifice D�tch and O'Connrr wearing Imlcke�. Mn Pren: "Sir' " . � /' P., kl an d ..rber ·Shop ve.ry ��aut lful. and pleasing to look upon. But some of the ch ildren /the big sl�ll's ) : Coach Olson paying -LA? d . It points to the past irJstead of for a h�t dog, ltish'tlsn.) ; Dr. Ttngel- Mrs. Larson : '.Sonny dOll " llSe SUCh said: We do no t favor the name ' .. �ry Con,.A ection \,f ' -. . ' . . \. . thefuture. Let us change it.' · The aged builders bowed their heads stad scoring heavily In a horseshoe bad words." .. ' . . game (a medal score) : and 08ten EllaIn tears. . I ' Paul: "Shakespeare used. them." . . CEO. K�UO�N. Prop. . look!n!! Cor' EUa Johf!8OD. son You members N�rwegian the of America of Ch.urcli Lut eran h . Mrs: Larson "Well. don t play with . . . . . . K K . · · . . . who ue determined to erase ' · Nor.wegian'·) from the name of your hl� ' . church body may be likened unto these cnildren Do you ·reali ze "A. word · to the wise b ·sufflclent:· ·LA · P��;��:���'::� what you are doing? Do Y0Y.- realize that y.ou a·re · tearing the· very !a"ys tJ:te (reat ' TrUlson. "The . varlsnls "Goodness. Ge:ce:-This · Im not oar he.art str ings ?f most of th� pionee, fathers who now. weary from In . fa;uatlons .fUtwng so fluentl: around bab,! Th.b: is the tn"OnC clU' laae." Sch�l Boob.' .Supplles . ' ! , to.ll .. a�e bending toward the grave? . They are old now. these great our school n:tust be broken up.. he eon· "Shut up! ThJs 15 a bfoUe'r c&rna,.e,". J. F. V,ISELL CO. . , . V. k lngs. and not able to defend their. rights · as before . But they are tlnulls. Without taking . hb teet oft his . BooUeIJen--StaUoDerl . e a broken h h t o r I . b . e�:��e ���: h:v�·SI!;:J. ;�'u��� To� ��� � IlY . Personals ' Phone M,:! . . . . �:-=:,�. Ave. . ts ��ef���Cb . .D . K K r--..-.... because It is Norse. because it represents the best in the culture they t the meeting of th.e Fre�Ch club to I§I. .. ,......,... "..."."." ....."....., brought wit� th�m from their homeland: because they inhri i�d it The apex of all. ac�lvitY e s to. be beAheld ••"•• � ne t Friday. the meste ele <:- 1 � � x from' theIr fathers aryd mothers whom they honored and loved above ce!lter:ed around the Delta Rh Or.mma tion of olfl�rli wm take place. Pla,ns tor ! " ew. they've girls. It ttlere·s. anythlng . Complimenh of all ,things on this earth. ing year wUl �I.so be discussed. � You say erasing the Norse· part of the name will open a larger thougM ot It: u there'li nythlng old, th" Ocom exam�atto� she miMed�be.- . � f.ield t<:> your church . That. probably. will prove an illusion.. What they've forgotten \t;· U the�e's anything caT take use of illness last fall. Marga-ret Cratt 1 WEST COAST yQu ga r n amO[lg other rades you w.ill lose among your own. for re " to do. they:U do It. It·s ��nlZ8. tlons wl I be at schoo.1 tor two weeks. She ; 1 '\t , (1 put that map. he that o school like . moval . of the Norweiian name from your church 'will kill the en l. . dormltory. Is IItGyJng In the gtrh K K. GROCERY � thu!nasm for your church and your schools in thousands of people of Norwegian blood throughout the country. The name has won Them Is one hopeful 60ul ln the Dorm Kathleen Porath '33. now enrolled as ; H06pltal In. Port.- j histor!cal import�nce : it is indissolubly bound up with the splendid I that Is looking forward to graduaUon. a nO$ ln Immanuel c tradition the Norwegian Lutheran Church has built up. Some d a y." 1 with more delight than .the entire land. visited P. L. . &e�eral days lut i undoubtedly. it must fall. but the psychological moment to erase it �raduaUng ClaM comb.lncd. 11&. week during her vacation. ·'·Barne-y" Janssen. the pre-sldent of the The boys' quartet; comPQSed of Ronhas not yet arrived . . But even disregarding these arguments. the offense which a Dorinlt.ory Union. He- lOOks upon ·It aid Martin. Bob MOlUlOn. Clare-nee Mon- , ......."..................,...... , ................lI9 change would be to your still living fathers and mothers is .reason only as a miracle.. but we see It only son. and Arn.old Anderson. sang Mon. @j".•. ,. -11""--enough for keeping the old n�me. When the last one. of these fine as an achievement. 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By the look$ of things good weatfl�r �iII preVail frb:n now D Studen orm . ·wu the' second v\ct"ory for the OI't((Onon; but the links men ha�e but one match left, and t'1a .'s in Bellinglans .. !.hey 'had won the tirst match ', I ham Friday. The tennis men: however, will be playing steadily for ' M.rti St C L I •• . .. n t played at Portland. . the next two week.s, ,a�d will pr6b�bly , go places. . ' ' . Ronnl�, 9olumbJa, number' two man . Count 5·1 Iy n Netma . . .. ·S. S. -. ' . led the ICC'rlnr wll.:i a �Id. a: while 6�·!, . 'Lookin, ba�k at thii' ,ear'. · ,oIf �ea.on; we find thant i. tfte " ' .Pn , L II % m HI.nde�lle :ooked best for ttl'e Lu!.her. most diultroUl ' iince ih innovation here. Ou't of .ever. ";a�hes •., dl!'� ���r =��n .��:: :�l ;: . ans , On Ma IO the PL.C IOU with a '''. ,. squad far. !'hey ha.. won b,!t two, both fro� the Aberdeen, Junior Colle,e curr�nt season on Ma; 18 to the Bt dropped aYcl e e r . a. · b . t n to � t t:,�: �y � �o :;:!�d; �uit.:::O:��ti-::� �,: ::::, � ,.::: ::':C:::Ch�;. !:�; ::r:��e ��::�g ��rd5 :1o�U;0� Pp Ll� �: .� PritChardCol_bla : :��� �S:r� Th . . ... . .. . 3 · · was the of the Cinches. Howe..r, a,a.nlt 1* competition they looked mllerable. Rus IIe Oladiators won �he ::'y match Hinder ROnnln,. .. . home and hornbe mAtcht'Ssecond betwPen the their .cores belnl in tt.. hi,h .eyentiH and Into the ei,htl.., Every the gained by th Luth .2� '=�;'. ' ...·...:.::·1:1� t a t� s the tI t O�r the .il capable of .h'ootin. under ••venty·fiye con.ist· The resul� In t��ngle! were as ��nnlck :; team the on man Parkland . n r : n o� the Parkland coune. ) f�lIows Stuer:a .2 % Dres:ter .... : � F'\rcrest CO�; l:ff�r� :I:nly�; l��� ently on \ S 5 lMyhre (PL.J lost to Hull (8t M I rlculUell to the Oladlators h ere The golfers played one good match though and that was 8·8 5·' 0 "' ---Q!L ��U1Q.!lgh th , Trul!on (PLC) IQllt to 8mlth (8t the _Co� � uget Sound OOtflt 01'l the FIrcrest course In matches to th; � (!l2' WW_Qn_UJ� ' ndet'SOrl, against Tacoma. FI rcrest s a to - h coarse -w I·th- rnany.. hmes over, four h!J,"d. M.� �6. 4-11. t ot C. P. 'S:. ""as low m N � h L � ". an . _ _ _�m�� D•f�t. � � d -84, red yards· and ou r . / whtle MCCormiC!t led ��eW theram �a�e through withs9me �ood score.stK3 r ay:- -sur:rorne--!P,�.Lwon_[rom_t!� . . . • . OutflM . to--2-h •. entr 8-1. 6-2, M.J 1St. mersml�h wIn. 0-8 1 . out·a ek.e rC to agea mil I,-,st Loggers. The ,,'/ with an 85. . J!"men (P.L.C.1 100t to LinkIAter (St. ' tennis, the ·S. Lineup.<;: S, -of brand nne a laying P M. 2·6. ]·6, I the of both dropping "r. .o much p, .. C. done . Our tennil men haven't s. , Lutheran netmen won . thelr flJ'tIt home MCCormick I '� Birch c. p. match .. they have h'ad 'to date_ ' Lack of practice due to ttle witatfte' In the doubles : . afternoon �e1eaU�(_ a ,ood outfit. and we think they'll be Myhre and Trul80n (,P.L.C.I3 �t to match yesterda>: Stuen 0 Anderson ::! '" ,.Iowed tftem up, but the,re the Centralia 4·2. 2·6. -8. M.l (St. h Smlt. and Hull of ,co,mpetitfon. 'Preus up .ome, . 2 Shennan ., � chollkin, . . winl with S. renewal .B"I1!8'0yne and Jel).len (.P.L.C,1 lost to The OJads took tl)ree, out of four of. "') ' S. Hindefllie . .... 0 John.son . (St. M.I the singles matches. TrU�n being the Lehmann Bert Myhre, number. one mar1, has displayed some real tennis. Hammersnllttl and' Llnklater ,!. Fewell only one to 10!Ie; and split the doublee Thol1tll.'IOn 2';' Tollefso decisively over his. Aberdeen opponent and ""ivin� St. M� r. 1·6. 2�6. n / I winning play. ·The thrilling . ]»Jt of the play tin's ace, Bob Hull, a real battle before 'losing 5�7. 6·8. In the Cen between �Yl1re was the dou�.lea match play, the match he had his man 6-2, 5-2 when, rain stopped' Luthe 10 tralia and TrUlson ot. P.I,..C. and �ortman " ..s " �an Golfe Bert can.be relied upon to win most of his remaining matches. Keep n � it up. Bertum Oscar! Aup.t.. na Lugues Convene De'f.ea� Aberdeen' ;:�:: p!y� ���. t�e' �:���l= S: S. I n Seattle This Week End flnally coming out on iop 18·18. It'. , too bad ,.men we have iuch a good tennis team tftat we The Lutheran (olf lJquad found an- boya: . The annual Luth�r League . Con...en. can 't lIfet enou,h matches for a good senon_ Lack of fiind. on ,tfte other bright spot In -w�at 1! far and TIle reaulta to��� lion or the Taooma -Mt. Baker district part of otfter IC hooll h.-. cauled them to ca neel iChedUle count. awa.y. the most. dllas trous season In Ita: . y (�:L.C.1 defeated Wortman ' . Aug:ustana Synod. "11i be held In Se� en, Tough luck, . ,ues; ;.-au c:an't history by · toppllng a four man team (C� :2�. 8 . win. fello�. . . . [rom S. S_ attle next .$atUrday and Sunday. The Aberdeen Junior College her,e at Barnes (C) defeated .'l"rulaon (P.L. .C') �_ :xlY. you barnyard golfers, how about getting your g1.a mes pla yed Parkland IlL'It �ttird"y by a score of 6 -2. 8 .3 festivities will open with a banquet . at the Wilsonian Hotel with Dr. Belber off in the tournament? Th� upper. bracket is gO Ing grea�guns, but l1 '� to 11". (p.L.e.) defeated Burdette as the main speaker. Following thl' th� lower one . is way behind: some of th� first matcches �t to be .Play In the raln WP' "othlnq ��- I (C)BurgOyne .1. 8-0, 6 t e lon will be ��7re�i t�I �7��: �:o::ev:�s� ���y: !�:�r t�:t����n';�!� t � ;� e� taeuhir. but Bud Lehmim came ' t'·-....qh Jensen (P.L.C.) defated ,Rola. nd (C). :��� t�: d:���:.lI� ' o o : 6· 8 1. All day Bunday .the Emmaus Luth . ccompleted before the school year ends. ee� Pn�e:: �:: ;:�n,OI� 1, · .,..... ��t�sq. \�: . his S, 5. ' erall Church, o( which Re.... Enoch San. uad with a '9. Wurtm� and �etI <C, ) defeated . We!t the ball .tandin... in th� intra·m,u;al l.a!lt'ue ttOll'le under- Lineups: deen Is pastor. ill be the con...entlon '1:P.L.OJ 18-18. 6.... Trulson and Myhre headqUlU"ters. There W will be meetings cone quite a chan,e all(ain. The Dorm team, , which wu coin, ,IacH, P. L. C. Aberdl!ltn Jemen (P:L.O,) defeat teand III t.he morning. afternoon . and even. kinda' hit a slump and dropped' three ·gam .. in a row. 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. ' _J.u�. lng. , 1934 . �uat.es or lng, May , In the. college recreation seven' o'clock in the reereaUoli ' " room. c H'e Monson an\! Alice "Buster" Roe planare . �ass topic (or dIsCUssion wlll'be roups Reid' 'accompanled the room �d ' dining'hall. The two' g Martin'. Delta Rho head (?ur Lu�er- ned, ' one being .hel� tonight. and tYlo . MJMlom Lei t !.inder he . nt tomo �w. . �Ies:" .The topic w. �a -win_ I �� _ en��ined .Byen. Virginia � . The elec�lons took place .In lhe maln Dorm�tory Auxiliary will into three grouPs representing The n� group, Jean-Marie Fowler'� with 12:.00 noon to 1:00 p. toRoom �on' the' In tea .. "give Dahl various Irehe the bodies. . � program . and refreshments. . other were Jane wnUamll. aU the morrow �tern�n at�30 . ,With Milton Nes�g . as announcer, :represe�t the . �oz:we81an Pl)nt. _and Gertrude Stenberg. ·. The "�roadcast" was released: Church, RoI"nd 8wanson� the �ugus- · Rirls In the IPS4 graduating cla.ss. The day girls are observing Hospital · progi-am wJ l c ud sonie . �Uslcal &ewin· tana .Synod. and Eldon An�erson. Jean;Marle Fowler. feader U Day thls' aCte.moon ta}ka. ar�r 2 o'clock at 'ash 'and 'Iectloru aJ\d -- few, Amerlca Lutheran, 1i p&nlels . group, . . nlng spoke ., ' .' .County Hospital in be served. l Peterson w\11 8�g a �duet and �hlch refre�hment8 �llowlng thls.. the col- .gave a pl�.� lafie crowd waa pn!s.ent In Ilresent a short program ' arid prealdent bf ikk l Lono)a Mrs, �ompaop. will play a plano numcom� evening when boys.. T flowers for patients. he program f.s com� this which to the ber of Plltt. organization ' Norman Je�_ Prof. J. 0. . Ej1wards presented � son. R.obert, Monson, corulstls reading by Margaret plano studenta 0/ ,t e Tacoma �u�ersn In his annual '·n:c1tal. sen, �" As club p_rellldent for th15 .progratfi'. . " . Wesson. a by Madre Hannon and Five wives and ladles at the. tac;ulty, The ts are �tudent8 semest:er. Leonard Wesson spoke. Then· P;UUcI . songs the girls' quartette made up a�xUJary Is a new ' ege. while the follow� the �medy te:am. "R:06lt! an� Strt,Jn.g Wind Cra,hi>s Paclnc Lutheran �ou , at Mona Madge Harm�n. Eilen others .were pnvate. pupils � . do e' girls. nn of Prof. Ed: Berrie, Rhoda Hokenstad and .Stanley . ' ' . and Kampbell. ac- wards, one a. sixth-grade boy., Jack MIl- BerenLsOn �vlng' plan� numbers. tior. 1 H present one. Improvethe to much done Llnr.b Tree "ge �Iqple . companied by Mane Wrang. dec_ Their last Improvement 'waa red�rat: the )" . -orating-commlt�ror-.th"T""FiShlon whleh the radio prino A- �undero.UL.� !!...broll8ht students· Ing who semester. gave 'a short.· talll':; I?�am. presen,ted and Show was: CchaJrmanl Els--:-OUt5ld ··nlSh.ed_wWL..a � lo � tuml(ure, e; v.:lndOWs Irene Shanand, number W84> given tlclpated were: ' , peth Audrak, Thelma Daniels: &llne � he front la.wn. lay a parJ. or Lhe The Men'� Club of the 'Trlmty Lu{fi:"-'--......... .:........ Chopin Vlfitn� Dav� gave a re�1ng Bn;d. onaIse .... �n�n. and Norma Dille Q'uale days a t only r. Rell!. c.hJ� ad: close Chureh. Parkl nd. Is Riving 'repj'08'ram, of the In . and assIs't- Val��= �...: ._... ... ... before, had· �en . setting for the f�t cePupt:• this year's .members. visor.. spoke to the. men Florence Post. HunUng So�g , Mona Ing class tomorrow . night or . 8!"Oups presented. May Day fes�lvitles, at PacUic Luther: graduating Lak Rose .. ,.7 Valborg Norby. and Alice Roe. split eight In the chapel basement. The c:uege. A terrUic \lo!lnd The Sunke�������d" ...�bussy sldtfl. Follo�tng this; an Imcause of Its fall, wh!.th -program, for whJch " several musical , The Delta ptu program was gWen, composed run were ...'.Beethoven Pf'9� , mornlhg o( May 4, \. AcJ. COmpany� Sonata Pathetlque occurred a d talk;s Hokep,st.ad: by 'been ,pranned . eo ' Minor ) . . , .....Choptn of: plano Valse P ple s Store, took place � 0: Olson. schO?I engineer. will Include songs. Laclt skit by llt!Ord Haugen and Norman cording U! .. male 9uartette ? the , �e Is cr k� In � at 3:30 In gymnasium. and'" readings. by composed of club members and a · . thought The tmis odeli g were: Evelyn Mon- - LullabY)....... ....... v.:her�v�r he by Davis and �aret We�n. To Perpetuo ... .. I in. Dorothy Opheim. �n. ha<1 nal,led .. few boards son� accompanied by entertainment, refresh- It n�ry. HinderUe, .Nanna Preus " ever t H had DQrothy Delamatter. Am Ollbert o c R;ay's own composiuori, "lAzy . slnging ' ments were serv� . . t d !:t�'c: �� �k :�ICh �r� � �La:d·.·::..· the Lover's � �f � � Jan'e lJla Rud: vl!iiJnl Mr. , Ro6s Boynton. . , a root through at !he ba.1w:. president of ..�rlablne large • Mahncie. Irene Shafland. Marle" John_ Prelude 'ln 15.8 tlme.... , �es ClaIr .....Debussy son. and Joanna to g,o down: �t was Mr.· Olson who .that all graduates be prese d . Music s ter ousos Th Ittee I t-. promises that good J,lme an,d Im ed . n d :'� h� �� t � saw �� : �: w�:n� rn e !!J en �Oyable evel)lng will be had by the Polonaise (J� :6,s�:.I�� . ... . . c.hop.ln I . ... .... Lavaliee . _ , to be . ' . _ ._ ._ Iiams (chairman). Doro\hy Opheim, This evening at 8 o'clock. the underI .<BOro: ritne recrea_ l Is � Eleanor Raudebaugh: ad.vertl.s1ng . d. years now . . thlrty-.slx O� . ....... . . .. . graduates the Delta Gamma are ng the Mr. Holmes. art Instructor, remembers Immedlatel)! fOl i� 1l · M.8rle W�g a party for the 8'f&duatll1g girls in .C Minor.. . ....... i� the gym. .�...Chopin . Wesson. and J.ennle �. The Its planting on Arbor Day. h�t in the home Park_. ·Evelyn the Hburn ho � fifty-five studentll v. co. - ' y�ar orchestra played and the boys' . Span�t AJ:nerlcan W� .land. in ..... a or yelLr are: up or Clarence Monson. Robert PlCk��y ��: . . ... . . u on plete their courses e the entertainment pla;tted twin A tree w(LS th by EnThree Year N� Monson. Ronald. Martin, and Babette 'B��item walk from It, but as they grew Winifred A i e Alvness. South Bertd ' Qacar Anderson, sang. .... ... be e o ortions. the .�ther had Frederc Castanets .. Firu:e';;ce" ��g;" i k Anderson, �:� d:�p �=====::;::==o; Other number.s on the program are: Mon- Solfeggletto ........ ... E. Bach Stanley Be�ntson, ' =======. boys' -:::== Tennil Rackeh Tacoma; Byers. Del Ellnora Dorothy .Brahms se·n. C. Monsen. and A. Anderson: and Valse In A Flat .. $8,00 ....... eed , to $4.98 Nonq n Jensen marter. Tacoma; Esther a..11 19c ...ch the girls' trio, M. Monsen. E. Monsen. � . .. I Canb)" Ore.: Ella AT, QUlli.ty KniHin, CO . and D. . .Clayton; Ll,)1s Kathryn Johnson; TaK IMBALL'S · Patriotic Song ,.. I,P. .. _ Swu.... O., '_I.�1y . : Nonnan Wendell comb SllverJack Mliler MORE TEACHERS PLACED o Larson, ------'--�--403 1 t� St" TKOfM, W..v.. ton. �re, : Edgar. __ · l or.. ���e : J I e ' Ptu ----.., t I I T r--. I� � =:� :: � : :.e ::�; ... ���� !n P:��i:. Lorraine Plerc OLY M. PIC. DAI R.Y PRO�UCTS r OI te � R SERVICE WRECKE ����:� red ��kl!:�O;:� � ��� ��� t1� ::t ���� Tacoma', Favorite Day- and. Nite Tacoma; Lo�1se Ta"� those P.J;..C. students and �

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By ':ple� Danteb'· Oraduil:tlon exercises lor, the fI�ty-nve sohg,sun, by the entire rro,up. Dorothy members or the UI34 c1R35 01 P�CIrt� Belamarter and Clarence Mo� rri� Lutheran College took plaCe In the col- 'the class will. and <korgt8Jlf1& MCClure teTT1tory are making plans ror . their ' , �1a&8 pro· al I�29In:lt� be5 h�: � � �=�um �unday, Ju�e. 3. :�y�Onard WeMOn" l�e Summer�Session �t . ;��� ��� O M To.·��l::h�/�:!:�;.ru�."�:: JO���:C!� ��s:e:�V;�=�: June Opening :�:�W:����ld�nt. Rev. A. K. -�akera, graduates---,.In cap ami c1asa gift, ,ornamental IIghlA for the :ylnje, at Everett. the Board at . . Added to Teachen Two gown, and faculty member"! mar.cbed �hool'8 main hall, to PresIdent 0, A. . ' , trol 'met last week in Seattle to comfrom; the school �d took Place!" In' the Tlhgebtad. Conciudinl the even�·e plete most 01 the IUT8.ngement.5. Rev. Instruct Special Counes Of tlle. appllc�tlons submitted, MIl- front of .the Auditorium. Opening the program, Dr. Tingellltad presented the Elmer M. Johnson, of Olympia. Dean Education and Handicrafh ton's was 5elected bPcaUlle of hb newsof this YeSr's lrutltute, announced that writing ability atHI expt'�lence .�l�ed p�r�m, �he assemb.lY joined In slng- Insplratlonnl award! for,th� put echool DI'. M. B, Christensen, of ,Augsburg The 1934 5ession of Summer School durin'g this IMt year In which he hM lng the hymn, "Thou, Wh06e Almlght�' year to Kathryn Johnson and Clarence the �ve.rend L, J.Aommlng, fro� the col!ere deputment, 8emln� . In Minneapolis, Minn., .and Pacitl� 'Lutheran College will open on served RS 8S8OCiate edl.tor of t�r:"- Word," 'alter which of and Olive Bot and John Btuen, from a member of the:�rd W E h:a MRSt, MIltOD ls a fIr"!t-year st�em col1 t ustees, .w.t., �erk-' June 18, ....1t.h the 't!rst term exten,dlng. In .!a.s In,gthe'Llberal g the invocation. the high sch� department.. e ..uou r ll,\' . � to"'ber .. "'"n ..:: c-.:;n'n.. ·h."e � . � Arts depart�eny25. The SE'cond semf'Ster pe- For the business ese po8l.t1. on. "�sldent O. A. Ttngelstad spoke a .Immedlately· ��lng th ' ers, It W:IlI be remembered that Dr. until July , s manager Chrtstell$en spoke at the 1932 Bible' rlod .... .111 be from July 25 to August 30 Bertrum Myhte'S appl1cation ""'as ac- ,",,:ord "of welcome to the. inany friends' m.ontes came the tradlUonal plant,lng . to gatilered s paren and tilc that IU}d Instlltlte, 'witness The·tall catalogue.. �hlch will be oft cepted. TtLb...�e, r Bert has been\.sslstof the Ivy, with the planUng bell1l' done Dr, Schram ·wu t one of ·the epeakers at the Chautauqua the press this week. announces ant business manager ot the M rlng ceremonl . P'ollowt�g this, he intro-� ,by Olivee Bot, ot ethe high eehool � �� �l=� e=� Pac1flC Lutheran C?lIm �III ' begin Mfl!t��:�n�n:le::=:;Ie� � o,oitt���= 4� �, �o;:o�,q=!:; :�� ���r: �':��n� t�:� ��c:�� , YNr ot &ervt� In Luthenu: fonle.h ' .' .:. . ,yoUng. people, thell' work- '&nd Moi....�h6·l;'&ft-t.he uruque d�- ptrtmenl. . In the mldiHe 'of 'thenye.r. Bert Ii " Unction . famil larges the cele being of To 10. September on ucatlon d ': y f h 'problema, Freshman In t e No nal Department. group e\'er to graduate from, P. L. c.. 'Included In the week's p1"Oftl1'Ul are brat(> the anniversary, _the college BACCALAUR-£ATE at thesame. time.-Accom'p�I� by �f. Sunday morning, grad� �d their dally .Sunrise Devotions, led by Luth - Board of n:us� already has a com- -' Edward!, thb· quartette sang ':The parents and frtends �them1 In the er Leaguer"!; C�1. conducted �y mlttee working on plans. Bl-en�lIa _ .1 S8ga , B er bY aIaureate for rs B U w n o bu a r ed Dis y i � ;�e �p���,�th .and. False- :!���es ��!:)[, bKc 'Fri4 f o t t ::: � �: � ��::� U::::C::e :u�e� ��I:n���h !�: .::== h e, urt l ng r o n h n ����;;X�;, �.!m= ;:��. gr:�:: a:e ,��: o� �';��� Irene Sbafl&nd :C !�Csp��= seC::::; �::p=�: : �h� :::�e;'llII: ��d�:n � ��� CleverlyB,arrayed In' blue and bl�ck department. delivered. the com· me-':llbers march� In, Rev, T. O. 8nre taUon of a cantata;-etc. wlll be, as previously announced. cover. the saga, the SCh,,?1 me�c�ment address. He stated tha.t gave the oP.l'nlng, prayer. Alter .the A special 'feature of this year'.!! pro- !.t....h'ere o extra Instructors working with the made Its flppearance on the campw last the trouble wUh tile people today Is. a.Membly had: 3U� a hymn, 'the con­ gran, !S tlle 'holding of group confer- regular faculty members, Miss 'Vivian Friday morning, The 8ap thla year that they ""following bl1n� horse�, fell8lon of sin, abeolutton, a:1ort&, collect, ences. Th� plan b 'to cUvf�e the gTOUp Joh �so tormerly · at an n. Instru�tor accord�i � �ose'ot h1gh-achool age, Eastern 6regon Normal and Montani Is different from previous edlttoru in and that the basb of the present.-day and ep1etIe Ii�n: Cona1atIng:. of older Lu�her Leaguer"!. and a third State Normal College, wlU help hert' that It Is a bl-ennlal�IUon' and cor.'- �nom1c sltuaUon is that a man ·reaPli Arnold Anderson, Ronald Ua.rt�, ft.?b­ grou.p of thO&e not wtthln the Luther .....Ith" education work. Mlss Lydia E. talns a complete � of the oollege what he has noteown: Truth a�� false- en Monson and Clal"ence Monaon. tJ::!.e are ever at war In the world; male quartette accompanied by Mr, l,,(>ague. Here ..C1!rlstlan 11fe problems Phelps, 'on the stat( ot Jason Lee Inter- activities at Pacific Lutheran Colleje . will be frankly and openly dl.sc�. mediate School. Tacoma, will teach for both' the 1932-33 an,d 1933-34 IIChool It Is ,.!he duty of every person Re� sang "Itead Kinc1ly LIght," The , . . Special topics Will be used the � handicraft classes. pillYS a part III P.L.C, choIr then rendered two anththat he himself truth's conquest of f�l'iood. Con- emS. "Lost In the Night," and "OI�!I" few da.ys. After that those problems Dean Ph1ll E. Ha e dir tor 1 . ,. advanced by the group will be db- the summer 1s!'sslon,�ex':!c� th:e w�o CI�dlng ,his I:&lk, nr. Groth . quoted (Icatton," , c � :�:U��'3= !�:�:�� �b:in����r:r::.e :":nn!\:=� h;!:r��.e ;:Ie���g:Of�:� ' are lacking In credlt.oJ for a .U1ree-year h �h afternoon ot the lnetltute week � , co ties, ,. ::1:11 diploma to _register and p, L. C: The p'ubUe&Uon 13 dedl- follow .. tbe.nlIbt 'of day, thou canst. Rock,' Wuhtngton, dellvered th8 setIs given over to � boavlting swtmmlng,acti , plete their work for that certificate at to the memory , ot Miss.Sophla not then do !alae to· aDY man." mon, baaed' on the ppel text. lAm, Organized games, De�n Hauge expects to be ' . , and hUdng: m orfered. A:iJ. athletic dl- this time. OQ As � t:oken 01 honor for the gradu- 5 : 18-21. 'Pollowlng: a hymn "and anbusiness a part of the arrangement novel of the snap- atea, !"R' Clifford O�O� sang WlI- nouncementa: t�e offfl1.nt, W&I 11t!ed, rector and an official me-guard will In Alaska be wUJ T-:lfJr ¥rs. and summer, 15 on� of the outatandlng lIam Sanderson's "8p r:!nl's Antenlng." during· which Lew1a Q, Hunter' played be at the .Camp, of the ·ann.ual, and �e. art Dr. Tlngelstad then �reaented diplomas ·"Romance." To ·ci. the lemON, Rev, The camp site at Des Moines is foroO charge of the registrar s o!!ice during hon�rable mention, to tile me,mber8.Qf the graduaUng c1au. BV&re pronounced the:benedlcUon; the tUnately situated. The .arounda cover hLs a�sence.---yea.rbQolI: �tate3 much Alter the Ull!:mbly had BUIll" �e dox- �mbly sana the final hJmn; and the immedIately adJoln1ng a large d r th the Rev, 8�, pve the f= t�� �!":w�w: ���, �:���_������!:. �!e: =� . :ei�:� �!���: 00; Ch�ir <Almpletes. . .' . e n p a f h ter c e . .. ' Succe�ful sa� = ::ix! �=: :: ·��e :a:���=�':. ir " ' . Dorm:S :amr; ::mA�:: �� " . -- seaS(jn. 'committee �rprue From t. ' tavorably with that of·any year, t to those be": G, rectly: over the 80Imd stood In . Completing a succes&rul,sea.son, the �t Jane WeseoD was the'edIhonored, - � . . ' Mi.. Hommeon Departu}'e several . hundred PEople, Ed- IriunedJately following thls:cer:emony, . final COllcert Of. the yea:r wail given tor:and the . associate edit.ors �rge meeUnp IU"8 held, �y exemplary of the fine aptrtt of Is · on PuBet Bound, mid...,the College gymnas. ium May 29, 'I'h1s gar Larson and Rhoda'B�. '!be the facuIty..;were hosts'to a reception ve ' lJ'&(luates and their parentll 'io and �ellQWlhip wh.lch Is prevakn\ Beattle and Tacoma, a ehort year's choir ·has �veled about 7&0 business ,rnanqen were Jlyron Leque for tlleIends l:!�=:�=;e:!.: haI g the lI �:;::; L , � � qJ �:J� =to�� �� � �. miles 'go� north u tar as vancou�er. =:n� � �d = . C, JU1!1 I1OUth aa. far They an, went' wI� Pearl over to t.be . , Norma Pre\lI, and CLASS NICHT glvll1l' in all; � full Powler: mua1c: � Aathus and PollowIDg a Southern Guden ParoO street � .h� they bid .tbelr f�. ",:bo made thelr laSt cholr apJellJlen: sporta: Alice Roe, Stanley ty Ide.., the ClaIa Ntibt 'Prolram farewells, . etc, '-JP!,meatat.ely , upon were 8t&nIeY'Ben;'nblon, ElI:& 8coire, and Paul Hvldd1nci orpntza_ presented in the lJDlD&aium 8&t'F- their return to lIChoql they· P)t Into Kathryn Johnaon-, Norman UOCI: Jea.e Pfluepor, Bldon 'Andereon. 4&y nl&ht under the' cUrect10n Of wo Cara waltln&" to take them down to' ... ,. eleveri)' the station,. wheft they pv� Pearl �, Larao1;l, Jenn18, Lee, and Herbert; Norpard; art: Prederick& � , we..oo, _Im......, EfIPr IIoD8C.G, A1�. Bch1erman, Behlanbuacb IU'Jd Amold. wOrked out to lDdude t.be fOllow- IUJl)rtse of her JOUDI Ufi. 'Ibe ''BAD'' EWot., l"rank WesU1Dc. IIIid RvtddtDC , carne J.tcion: auna- by t.be boy.-Buciy, Arehle,'and·Outchleo-a"t.o �I� mi Dumberi:'� _""'..I ... PMri� it.m. ' ber a 'pnMD.t. Ramna.en; typtnc: BeIiDa � Ifrla , trio, cOamun. of zm,n ilODlOb, aurprieed .

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Publtahed tvuy' tJrO ..:eet. durtna. the acboOl Year by the student. of Paciftc" ", God bu. � upon ·�U tc)·.rlnd. Lulhttan COU�, Partland, .Wuhtnrton helra for R1I: JUt. of etenml ute. . . ' Entertd .. aec:on�� =r�� 2Ait':' ��i rf �flce. at P.tklan.d. .Wh� � come to aee we are bdrl of God's sa:'vaUon. what Interest_ we.. m ln. mould tu:e In Il! . . BeDimg on C�. Is mel,.!?, HIm. , � "'="� NCInbcr In OUf h� w1� pen!tence" tar:nestJ.J seetinr COrtiv"tnesa of aLns and .treDKth ��' . . . to do rilhL' Juat is U'le.tnlierltance Reta out Ute EDITORIAL STAFF .. ' ' � Piper : "What do they" raise. In Juda'e (.�) : "WeU, what'. J9Uf .... Editor-in-chief Haze!" Monsen helr._ So 00cI. rotion us 'wherever '. . ",r-- dan;)p co��es.?" alibi for apeed.1ric ellbty miles an hour Associate Editor . Milton'Nesvfg 1'0. AI Moe. . tTmbrell� . Spods.t Editor . , Paul " K.. Preus . RepentanCe is DOt Just- �· m.atirl:I .. ��U;� t!�:n���� Just EditOrial Writer Daniel Flotre 'up of our m1ncl to follow Cbr1at.--but H "1& �:,resa1ve .or 'conserva- heard, YoU� honor, that the ladJes of RePQtters-Eunice .Arneson, , Eline Benson, Gertrude Brjluiner, to open tt,e door !l'r oW" hearts be, tn,t1,. t1ve �':' sh� . oW' ehw:ch were rtvln. � aale . . ' kno . �he wears luL and I �I.:B burp'.tnl M(�)Oa �rit Thelma Daniels Evelyn Eklund Jean·Marie Fowle� 1IO� for our sins and let Him into . e�e: "1 don't same my � : c;ar, and oUter � of pan�.""�.e' ' � hearts. . ' Vall>Qrg No�by, Florence Post. Irene Shafland , '. . ; to ytar s hat: drives , UI15 e&r . Ohrtat'a � usuranoe of ret to Typist---Ru.th Carlson. y .. , The Y " . ves ne lncome, on years xt . �ud,.e:' "Case �i::.�." y ' w � pr.orzUa:e ' to y.s indIvidually 1s to , BUSINESS STAFF ' ' died, for us that. He_ Business Manager Bertrum' Myhre �' at It T� "That I�Uo", cim ret more milk trom �.v�n . Advertising Manager Clifford Mesford , religion , Later.grow the hours, ' the cow's 'than anJb:Od1 elll!: the an act of iI,not bl Our � Circulation Manager Louise lackson man ,but Heavy grow my ey.�: farm." , le of fac� ltrefutab: on , Ctrculation Assistant Pearl Homme Yet I forever era,m', ".Gee! He must ban a pull," N . I' Hong and 0: I, Stuen �ha11 p Faculty Ad�isors .Getttng no mo.re w�. ...:.t..A · o e day be �here oW' Lord Flnal' tests are oomlng: Judge: "What po8atble �xcute did you. � '--' and Master JesUll Christ b·now. Y e o V p f al.d r � �ct� ��n:�·��!.::!�s ���, ha;�� ;o=���=1t:.� �f?" . t�tl:t:��U�� y� :=� �od �� . Remembering all .that junk. of you ?� ���.;_ � ": . h �t. �:lve:. With the distribution of this sixteenth issue, the 'Mooring home. . . -E�B, ---- Mast- staf.f-(;ompletes-a"'other-year- of�tEe=_to_'_Paeifie_ tutheoran· ' Slnce.-teUt1On-la_aIl-bLstotY_ and_Q!. -He: "Let.s get marrl ed, " n �<: College. To serve has been �u� aim. and if' the students and faculty ::: �:t.�:=: ';�� :tJr/,!; , Prison Vls,ltoT': "And what's you.r She: :'All right " l. t naill.e, my good man?" / members feel that we have served wel" we ,.are happy. . We have our .history, . ' ./(A long, awkard sllenee.) ' . ' r m e t o g a ege ���:.:��Y��' OUmS;:heo:=7" !::� �'I���!:' your real nam�" enter the . kingdom o��� � � ::��: �:��e:�n �:I�e�� 'i���� id�:I:� I �c��:����:�:: ���d :o��� theToideal Just mo; �n :��nf' : for the human race gratification in the fact that the Mooring Mast has for the second \ , // al h conse�utive time won. First Clas$ Honor R�ting, excellent, as judged C �I� :!eH ��!; � �� s:n::: :� . Author : Parkland "riter Shop O ection which by the National Scholastic Press Association. ' per He �Ished us to live story. A ir:;�I� :e�.e ;��t b��I:� aftcf f Conf.ctio� If our paper has been' suc�essful. :>e are grateful to ,the many up to. creep stealthily toward the hOUlle They who hilve cooperated with us in finding , the · news. Special. tha�k!" se���g:,w�;as�:�;t�:�!h:, I:::c� climb a fotte open window EO NUDTSON , Prop K C 'l.nd cnter the The clock strikes are due the Dean's offi1f.4"n invaluable source of news. Much credit tical folhl:wlng of Christ's' life her.e is due the staff members, who have done so wel l : and who, Th� ChrlsUans with their high IdeB!! olle Portable Typewrite", 8uppne.( breathltssly) Which All Steel PUlnI Equipmentthrough their work. have not only gained knowledge of newspaper seek to put into application the prln- Mar} one? School Boo_Its, Suppllea clples given by God. writing, but of the value of correctness and punctuality. , -Ranutad . Bob bo",h�lItti. I.d, m.�!��� �-.. We ,�g,et that ou, off;dal duty a, eo;to, of the Moo,;ng Ma,' chine of her own Office F1IniK1II'tI has come to an end. The work has been pleasant. made so by an p Gene Packard Llnooln or ,Ford� •���.�". �rso , $ � efficient staff ' and the . excet lent coop�ration given by tl;'le varioU"; . Ave � �,,�,.,��, ..� . . In appreciation ot work as. Pep Bob: "Maytag." � ' school departments, Again, we thank you. -. ltory girls reClub advisor. the Complimenh of, -Hazel Monsen with a Buck (posing tor 'Photo) : "What will cently presented Mrs. · ' , \ _ these pictures CO!It me?" ! . gUt. ' R:Nlph�r: "They're ':l5.00 a doz� �. . On her way to the wor'kt's Fair in f'nPhOto WFST €OAST Chlcago,"MIM Laura Hudson of Metla- . Now look plea&ant. pleMe." A Word of Appreciation f udson, Hlghby: ; Wonderlul. Is It not, that GR()cERY�' Graduation is over. In many ways the·exercises both Saturd.ay :��� �����i:� .:ee���d� ' and Surtday were very beautiful. and the occasion will no doubt long Irene 6�l1land presen!-ed plano num- ��;:� �r�= S:���:�.IY :or the o fl I linger in the memory of those who were present beB at tbe graduation exettlses of the ··Mons": A�ocat . "Yes. FOT Ins",,"ce, think i McMlUan Orade School the evenlnl of how useful ears to hang spect.acles :. . Perhaps the most impressive part of the program was the com· May 29. Products � mencement' address. In his talk. Dr. Groth. had nothing of the mean - The rOllOWlng 'llrls dlned ' at the home ingless phraseology that too often characterizes such speeches; on of Mrs. FunkhoUlleT of Brookdale Jattm the matter, sonny?" � .... .".. "."'".. ".....""""..".""...",, .,,... :tWI .the contrary he faced import�nt issues squarely, I nstead of telling Thursday noon: Ylvlan Kampbell. EI- Trulson:' "Please sir; have you seen.a r-------t Bergst.r E Goff, velyn en o m. Eula Mae l . ... little lady tioy that loolta like without us what a wonderful nation America is. he showed us that there are rt- me?" Congratula'tioris ��l Fllnt, Dodro�h�eDe�ranc thin� that need correcting: instead of talking about opportunities Irw�,a Ra lI l e a ·for fame and riches and ur.ging us to g'o auf and conquer the ,!,-,orld. �2, w;;0 Is now�ac�Ing a\ l�1fe. ' "RanI!;" Obion: "Didn't 1 .1':' my lut he asked for our aid in driving this,.gigantic selfishness out_ of the . .to the , hearts- of. men and help making it possible to. put into practice the Ella Johnson ll sister, Esther" of hUrcat In -lht., ahopT'" much preached but little practised principle of the Master : Love thy 8edro--Woolle}' . v1.slted at school last 1Iru'ber: ''I think DOt.. , We'Yfl been Classes of "34" . week , . In bDlllnf'. only t.o rteighbor as thyself. -LA..... Ruth Carlson had as guests TUesday, ______ _We Are the Printers Dr. Groth's address fc) � ithe graduates was a fitting finale to their May 29, her fllouier. M". Carlson, 'E1lol OIIf'Y :':Are you walter who too,it stay at Pacific Lutheran (College. All college graduates, and those Michelsen " 29. and Lots Lord-all of my order'" of the . from the Christian schools in particular, should be leaders in the" Yelm. and they attended the final oon;; N1dy:."Yes Sir! '" fight for truth and justice, for eliminations of�social ills and build· cert ot the P. L. C. choir. . MIIaLord NOlleY: "You're looking . well after 1933,34 �., • . ing of a better economic order. Christianity must be applied to our llslted Ruth from May lrJ to May �. your v!l.eatlon." -LA. / national pr,oblems if we are ever to attain social, equilit;rium, �nd the Alice - Roe was surprl5ed Thursday Church schools ,must here show the way. evening with a ,handkerch.lef ahOWf'r 0I80D (toO �eW Ilona RadeD') : NA ALLSTRUM PRINTING . . CO: I �=P!�I�:I:nf�=t��.B:�� '::,=�or:��� lh1s room. left lau wee�-end tor- O�ler ·NaUonal. B't'Id4lq: "Abl ' ..ppoee &bwe � 940 Commerce MAin 6768 The Last Round,Up Park, 'Ib0lle prqent with the' hostesses 011 Ute oeflI.q ,are the qpIod.. , , Oblob: -"No, tbat.'a &be _ prote.or," 1 +------+ '33, Jane Williams, W ' back with o I b bU "Ho f DB id lte " J h Red wert Helen COllins t, DorO!-h' Delama:;:r, •___ --_�------------_--. I � dem:n�. or sumpn,� �r �beYI::be� 'prou:y �IsPla�1� .h� :;lo�� "Toi�,� Rachel rH J be n, xa:' � � on, e 1 . cause "Wlnchelllt 5" got the best of ua. Herr Htahby trying' to "Go California;'· �e eten . ra an e on guest. · Anyway. � w,e're .here and there iIn't l;Ivlnth, the "6wacll:," g.ettlnl crude .d�Roe � Atteniion" Graduate• . l uch��y= ���u� It, ·� d·. will work m Y�I�oW, ������ �����H':tJC:�� k:� Irene �haI1.n al this s:i::' _ YOUI' Alma Miter h�s given you her �t, Reciproclte In ' �,"Barney'· George Jan.s.sen sport- itli time fpr the P. R. A. boys by 'sttUni �/f.:�� :: . com · Ing a new suit and t 8&IlI' Q dial. Berry and Byers m&k� white runboats. "ll. on the smlll way by :,i":,ing her one'of ou� Churfh Aid Policies "for . ent exercises. ot the Dlert�. Walt: me six' years to go throUCh thl.5 Ing .the best of the sttuatlon-over on ::�eerMonday $100.00 eX more. nigbt. Prl�ay" n1sh Jolnt., says Barney, 1 ouaht to get sciltle- the chapel ste�. Our honorable bu"sl- the Lu�eran Y &anI over KVI on the Lhinf .tor It," Lemmlni plantlnl the ness manarer, Bert Myhre, lOin&' the , This $JOO.OO ,ift will cost you only $2, I 4 qu rterly (prt'nlium "Ivory." �y Reid retUna up at foW' way of all men, Bob Monson creeplni H'��� Leland, at sch !booo1 for a,e 21 ) 'fO( 10 yelrs, when we will � t9 ber $100.00. in m. 'to stUdy Sociology. Try'and tie that noiselessly Into the house. slidlnl Into Ull week an.d is ,�t1n1 ry . trUest of one: WUlJe PfIuea-er a "toot'" toot be�, and firidln&' to hiSl chaarln-not· Nthis . cnh. (Totll cost you' $85.60, .�ud ave; period'of 10 . . tootln.' aloni. , The taculty � a Clarence, but good old pop. Embarras' al meetlna: of the Qerman years. Benef its t� the (allele $ 1 00.00: plus divi� i f left,l ' . t:Je!.Una at the hands of 'the el&s5 will. sing momentS. klnda' like. . 'Amok! ct: � , US ;� ": :ay' 'NO��nr Floyd Knutzen "dolng ·time" down OLl Myhra gh1ng Dot DeIama.rter the · stxty:-t1l'llt. 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RainN Ou, With the match pla)' completed yes­ Leadins St. Martin's two to one when terday, a stitt encOunter between Jo.. rain halted play, the ' P. L. C. tennLs anna" Man.o\lSO& and Rhoda Hotenstad team closed It-s 1�34 ' sea.son May 30 on resulted . In the fonner's winning the the 'POlnt DettAnce courts. PacUlc Lutheran College tennLs cham��::!a:°�:�n ::to=:en�:: year, with so many-entered, M1M Man_ Lite-O�Rite Photo Service ' ��;"s won over M� Hokenstad 6-4., promising as there i5 but one member graduating from each squad: and will. be I.e��be:Ul:��th� �� ROY A. PETERSQN C-;;�;;;;;;:;�;;;;;;:;;;;:;;;;;;; 7 However those who are leavi�g are �wo good players missed !rom the lineups. Norm . Westllng, three year golf letter.man, moonHght boat1n, excursion tor Sat�2��<tu�:���:. . r" l b who w me ,TKoma. W..$hin.ron . d � lU"dAy evening Jline 9, The boat, car and Norm Jensen, tennisJetterman, are the two n rytnr two hundred pusenaens, wW Il...:.� . .iil missed next year. " leave the .Mun tclpal . Dock in Tac:om& 'Congratulations s. s. at 8:30 that ennln" retumins there .J:; :���oc:r::�:,..'!ritO: It may be .a little earl, to talk about football, but while we're at midnight, t c e on the ....biect of prospects we j�.t couldn't help thinkin� of it. aro�d �= ':tt�:p:r = no �r::rr��th..!".�I�:onSeniors . . Coach �on look. �rward to a cood ason next ye." " but five ,out on 'some beach, where pmes wW' alao UHMANN ��T8sFINI�I:IINC " . �av. cradu.ted. The bill"t, los. will be in be played. A p� of musical enof v.nteen I ....rm.n · · _1 ny_ =:!. ::.:::.. Com ' .: ":. n;: � u ;;; � ;: M � .nd kl::. ":; P;: ,� tertalnment Ls' belni P� to be giv- .. the forw•.:c. wall' where lome " 'pin, hoi.. have' been left open. . However, a ,oad fa.t b.ckfield �ill make up for tholeloss"t : �n:e ��':.� ::d.r;-c r!:. �� • '-' .. 1 S. 5. . . vtted. , "nekeu., whkh ate 35-eenta." may WASHINGTON t e be Dahl . � � 'purchued d e Well, folks;guess that's "Thirty" for thf� year ""!e've enjoy. Brookdale Cash so hot and . didn't HARDWARE CO. working for you, and even if �r writing wasn'to ed Four MON Get Sch�ls contain all thaht sho,ul,d, we hope. you have enj x our attem pt to A.mo� those. who have, since the last Market 924 Pacific 'Avenue . issue of the Mooring �t, received make this an interesting column So· long, evel)lbody. teach1nr. positions are Kathryn John-

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' Of h r ch n of one fra here will. at your teach thelill guest of COUl"8t: , a Each � � BUr I�. durlna: one of the silt-week summer houses." the ,v,:ry<blo?de, 'wt!U--dresaed =�n��:�=�:=� ,Washlnaton: He is none .other �an l n l h n g . sho�ld be' complimented on/T.bli�..nne tt\at �ni&l p�eSeor, lol'td by fill 'of 'Pa,bu ...oiu.- '!I Ls :::; ;� :: t.ea'ehtn. ;o::s .. �:. :� =e� ;:�::: l:=':� Slle3, They did live, U3 something Pt!ter Jeremiah �rdon. cha,ge of the summer school 8M5lon. sonp that were , sung after dlnner. :1 �dre ' ln PoQ1ibo, w.iimlnrton achool . , Dean 'H!..,uce. d1�tor of , the lWnm�r d'id not think In America you had time think' about. Stnoe the Ilrst of the rear, Mr. Bardon $. . �. Ie. sch��ork, wiD be in Alaska on busl- for suCh thlnp. But.. then, Am�e, Ls baa ,poun, elght timea,'and tblrty-two a.er ,'heier 'll: who finl8hed the ne� most of the tIme. . a fIner place than moit t'[ U3 In � It tak�s a cool' ' baa mind and a steady' Umes, ,In the- �t � years. At', this, ColJ�' of �t � in 1�, Others who have made plaw.to be Imagine. ,r�ere everyone thinks you'do hand ' job that, Mr ee�the away Include Mr. HI8hby, who will nothing ?ver tter-eb\1t rush after mC;)Dey� Haugetohuunde1take fUJly handled f�' t�e of �e year �e is � .qul� been. �npced '? � next fill" at But. re�, tha.t 01 d1fectt4i ,busy ,Ivlng commencement add�. �tao� ' Hlch: 8Choot. visit his parenu In Mlqnl'SOta and t1is I do laugh'. though, 1II'hen everywhere I the - p�t 'few suc , . sister In California d,uring the lut part. go there Is "t.he bluest building In the the ' glads through their various elter- He gave one at the Collin's �ool Ma)' ' of the vacation. Mr, Ramstad'wlll drive world," 9" the "tallest towert or �e ,d.ses. aoIneUmes he has 10 whistle: 29, and J'r'Iday, June 8, he, wUl apeak on . RA�AtION Gl� G to Minnesota soon after the close ot "largest prison." America ends In "est." cou IUld even plead to get resUlts but I sland And , " -- ' this school year to atte-nd the golde'.' , EQUIPMENT .he 'eeu 'ern and that's wliat Lbo" �t. Polt Bardon', weddIng IUlnh'ersary of his parents. lectures; whIch , have, SUMMER VACATION � movie depktlng Ult In a Calltomla Mr At K. K. , Coach OlSon and �eodore �elsson nudist colonl ,9J'aI! banned bj lowl efty : been well rect'1';ec. In' all cUes. deal. I�.ALL S K 1 t e a a I l ut�� :y�:re� �� general� with the, socl�l and, econo�c �1 I��:1�8:��h�1 ��I�;: :����:;:. ������� �e':e,�:f ::";.;:nC:� r�:��' ��:: �!st: Prof, Ed"'ards plans to study music: Teacher ' assoclatlon made the ' eom a, habit. ."Sw�e'" Willard Md AILe problerrw' of the ·present d�y. He Il 1 and will attend the Unl"erslty of :washtllalrits. The rrrovte, "E1Ys.ta" by title, Is Schle&man,have niade the date, (which &lao brines' In the' cause ot hlgh:u - the IIl�n. rtrst ,Picture barlned In Iowa City will probaply be their last ,one) and education and In tri h1a t.aI.U. OLYM'''C ·1i".lY ;RODUCTS 'Clarenee Lemming' doesn't' look • bit be tells about-P, L. C., Jiving the acbool With no definite plans announct'i:l. , (or more than 10 yean. " . ;! Tecom�" F••.".. ' the other faculty mt'mbers eltp..."Ct to • IIWe free advertisement whICh-'It' -;- ·�'--for 25-Y' � tOO ti"ealthy, stay around home, IIILYS that �, Bardon Mr. need!.. surely For three- years Hall Kemp has not ' K. K, al,,!,ay! enjoys te,!lng abOut th�' scholir' heard another, orchestra 'either In per. the son or over the radio. This is the pre- It "';ould prObatrly Inte-rest to know ans_ring Inqulr1es, and urginl Pt, Defiance Park Scene ,of people tte encounte-� 'to attend )'oung g , professors r O'.l 01 are oin moot of what Imitated caution that this moSt aU LUMBER' Fort Nilqually Rehuilding orchestras takes to keep Its style origl- to do'thls summer, Hlghby Intends to our Christian InsUtutlon, ,. ' get a California sWl-ta�; Edwanls m?l'e, We �I appreciate the good wor,k fJnd r.oB E.�y nmros,l: �') school and, more music, Ramat.ad Is go- mls&lon Mr, Bardcm is aooompllahlng ,ln , PA'tNT, BA&DWAU Arthur A, Cook, .secretary of the r f lo n e a n- , n ope that 'he wJl1 ' ... Young Men's Business Clu�;Of Tacoma, 9ENERAL Bun.DINO sum.u.:s :� �p�l 1� ��t' ;!�:: �� 7�� ":!u!::n::d! to�r�� h�S �� H::: ::t:::r'�:��;: r: , announces the pos,tponment of the ded- 'st:� City of Nt'w York took dlsclplinary ae- Is leaving, and If you want to, tno;ov I?,tlon of Fort Nlsqually to Labor Day. tlon IIJld expelled the s�udenu proml - where, uk hlm; Beck ,lnten'ds to use ' Brookd.le september 3. 1934. The club ' had or- nent' ln the Anti-war work, The Social the summer to,pertecj his swan ' dlve,: Lumber Co. Q.ull�ty Knittin, CO. Iglnally planned to dedIcate Fort NIs- Problems Club of Columbia University and Rt'ld, 1II'ell. hasn',t decided yet, qually, no�; being rebuilt at Point De- protested this actlon' by askin, all, stu· K. ' K, Letter S....." 0., 5Pec'-lty fianct' Park In Tacoma, early In, l,he dents IIJld student organlZa.tloIll'l, In_ If r--.... spring; , but .due to a shortage In cludl 403 1 1 th St" , T,com" WISh, l)g, the MetropoUtan Intt'r-colleg- Many cases of "writer s crllmp" have On"'�o=� ��y governmt'nt fun�: a delay has ,eIll'lued late- AMoclatlon, to sc;nd . letters Ilnd been rt'porte-d among r-student3 and !'= = = ;;;; = "",, = ;i; = � ;;;; ; ;; which makes n�eSS8.ry the cl1iinge In telegrama protesting lIJly dlsclpllnary fSll'my brow If tht' . Isn:t a good reaaon 1" .. date. action whatsoever against striking stu- for It. II we ,lIi"Tote � much In one ,ear WREC1,<ER SERVICE s a n den , t � . ;:t.:: a!:.:�� � C:�� :�,: ::a: ,D.y and Nite . ed�o�:1��':� P�J:: :!eL ;p:; U !'It'n's �ustneM Club are selima: politer The Inte�atlonJal Relations Club at ably have sutficlen��r1al to develop IOYNTON'S SIIVICI Cong�atulations n 01 45-R.:.l GA:'I.,.. , ' a theory, new D., S. A UgUstana College: 'SloUlt �1s, lrl., Oil ::.���::. ll�:�d��=t'C:: has ,. �: to· enfavoring petition a circulated K K , . I ed I es 't 50 ts each An trance 01 the United States Into the I te':.:� l: urc':':ln or �1U:- eague of Nat ons, The petition wUJ. "I've,w9rried a great deal In my life," r-----�---, ::�n the Classes "34'.' � L we: is � u artlCIt': on men the of anyMr. coOk � sent In to the national ottlce 9f' the says 0, 9· McIntyre. "but none' �f the to contact him at Fr,o.:n by LIEN & SE�VIC / - things I worried about he�pe�, ThIs League at Nations AMoclation In ChI 203, Wlnthro Hotel. Tacomllo, or phone C8!!,O, Is sound advice because womes are MR. AND MRS. F, H. KRUG PrescriptIon Drulliltl R B oadway 1:3. necea&an'. 'Even It these things had F8mous artists , appear each year In happened, worries would have done no tmporters of Norwegian Bridges MWilc Auditorium the Po- good. U you have never eltpt'rlt,nced Ci�es PhYlics Equipm,ent Cod liver Oil mona Collt'8e campWl, Claremont, Call- the sensation of worrr, analyze your fomla. In annual series of IIlX con- feelings Jwt before Sll e�lnatlon on eo,..ne; T.com. Avenue ,nd 1 1 th 'l3efore- 1t'R\1ng for Alaska. In AprU,' certs" which thw far have teatur@d a subject which you have neglected: Strut, T�om." W,m. , Burton,. Kreidler, a.s.slstant 10 the ' Dea.p. such penofUI as Lawrence TIbbett, Uly K, K, lp- Pons. Lucrerla Bort. nto ,8chlpa.,, H&r- "There will be weepIng, 01, Men, donated to the school equ T" MAMi 7114 walling, and Page R and and gn�lng 1 teeth," said 'an honor Iment a radlola Rlld a number of 'In- old Kreutzberg and uth .,, ,m , rn:'"',.'"' -J m,.."....,..,'"' -'0 for testing end repairing mSllY others. These programs are student, struments as he saw ma�y ,�t the gradu- ........ . .... . .... . .... unique tn America In that students are ates leavt .... .... . . dl� , This t'qulpment, whJch is .... .... . . .... .... .... . . .... .... .... .... . . . .... .... . � . . . .... . . . e w. ..­ beW home. eping tor n� pecleny usefUl In con,\Gaing eXper1_ granted. without extra charge, free ad- CIlWle you,11 probably mlsa .tb1!Jn during mt'nt3, will be used In the high school ml,ttance to the whole series of contear you the beca� ummer; 1g ! wa.lll ' lI tuphysics laboratory, O. J, Stuen, pbyslcs certll upon payment of their yearly you will � CONGRATULAT IONS apin , and 1D&IIh� them - -not Instructor. eclmowledges the gU. t with Itlon to the coDege. , GRADUATES . " y, e mon. me you owe so , The nate of Oklahoma is fAllt beoomWe Are the Engravers K. K. t=======:t Ing the b,ome of coUqe 1mI8tlin, cb&m' of the want to see a rood piece ot plona. In the natJonal intercoUec1&te m11n,you 1933-.34 Sago k KerschHum tournament. the Sc:Ioileri woo atx out & lliemen�, ta e look at the work done )'In, the library ' th� Suits and Overcoats of eight ehampiGllllhip&. &Dd :otlabom.- that's beenhope that Mr 'X&l'1er's earn �e TACOMA ENCRAYINC CO. aIll'l wnt! runners-up In the two dh1- ¥e&r. For Sit. ExcIUlhfelV at est dlom .'/VIU be re5J)e!:ted more next SIOM won by contestants from other yea: letfand & Palaputi . to let-dO'!Il a qul� It's becaUse st.�6, 912 �IIC. A�.-T.com. work Is not appreciated, 8ee that . �_=:..;.;:::.:;.;.o;..,:.;:==-_� I ·K. K, Crime, sex:' &nd love conatltute the thing, that , moat. 01 the bi& three u themeI lor inQtloD. pk- There's BROOKDALE � p, 'L. C, realIze ·and tures and �uently exert an un- craduatc!ll , and that !-S, the achool It­ wbolellOme lnlluenee on.youth, Dr. W. appreclate • • BARlER·SHOP We may not llke It at, the time. W, Charten, bead ' of tbe Ohio State ,se�. but once we leave, we can't forret, It.. B�dale University·b� of educaUorlal lor re m reason t legitimatea be U3 e ',I"h "lIo, -J' se&re;h, reveals to a recent boot ',. ' su� a leellna'. - CONGRATU LATIONS r-----�-., Uon PlctUfH and Youth." .

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