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Bsaes,' Eldon And�n. the main building �'as dedtcaled. anr1 until 1910. and the University of Wash James Olllllan, ROnald' Martin, 'Clyde aebe Pond, '33 Cia .. Cift . :at.:the. ���.college St!t�;:n::;. ::::� o;��: �:w; !wtl�:O;:;' :::�::�:��� �=te::;����e�:��n� ���. Built on Colle,e Campus on the 25th of.October, had practiced law In Everett," Wash_ Harold 0'Conne ·r. . Prank Hayward.. f Paul PreWl. a s ass istant To be completed for the Poitleth � ��tt!: e;er: morning service on October �= t O:;I�:� Anniversary festivlUes, October 14. a 'Pep 'Rally Tomor�ow Ni,ht (114. 1�3-1. Rev . L. C. Foss of Seat-tIe nnd Coun ty . ·He wu also rlc:e-presldent fish Pool Illid illy pond 11 being laid ( J. A. Aasgard. President of the Norwe- of the SnohomUh County Bar A.5socla: ·�c cOlh!ge :pua ::- �or;:' ot eo- one, aU! 81, pep rally glan Lutheran Church ot Amertca, cf tlon . e laB pole. pool --, . to� nIr�t . t.eI,bt· o;'c1ock" at 'the Minneapolis. ha\'e bee. n Invited to share SeninK on the Board or Trustees . . long and 20 feet wide, and. MiSs Vivian Johnson �d Mrs. Union Depot. Tbe roodtau ..gad .·cOthe.puJpit.1n the l)'12U1a.SIum. w):l.lIe our since 1929. Mr. Forde will be keenly Dapper are the new Pacific Lutheran in shape. At the IOUth end . In, to MeMJ�ri1Ie. Ore.:.. io .,..,. LIncollege pastor. T. O. 8van. \:l 1II be the missed by those connected wtth the =.,:.d a ' b� lIend-oft·.11 beinc :::�as well.as his immediate as- �:��e�3��:'ty��=�': = ::� ::.�r!���' IIturitst that �g,' pe Students ot the college, teachers amt Doc� nngellltad. who spo ke on_be_ the Normal dep6rtme�t w�e Mn. from which' a imall �rf&u AU ...den.. U"ln,.. In the dorm and In' � wW lea" tbe . lthe. : o the ����;:'I:�J:��dsu:�:r::�� � .half or P L. .C., and a number 0' 'fac� PDapper is the .bead of\ ��e 'Yomen's Into ethe poo ·joln In the ,fesUvIUes: � CI: �� �tt � ���;O=:::I::=:��. fro c: � � f'tIIIdInIln ''heoma .b-ad be (hue bj :'�l !��= . ��era7e: 01'. �15tad sta� tha t. as yet the 5e. 8avh:�r'!! Luthe:r Church at Even!tt, the University or:.WuhIngton In .1933. Under the 'superrialoo of Mr. P. elrbt.· · ' . ' plans for the atfaJ.r·are·1n�e�lnlte. but aahlngton, on Sa.t.urday, � She has tauabt at the sta Normal Jacbon. �uactor. .. nUmllet of v,erJ;I Klnl"'.;'" kiN. in cbarp of te 'Eutem !* boys are wortlna ,the Pool that the committee will meet again thla W 22, with the Rev. C . H. Norpard 01- at DUlon;MontaDa, &net at the nIlJ ... ·ibat � 'y eeleb­ . wetk an? make !he definite arrange- fjcla�ng. Interment t.cIok place In' .the Onion �ormal located at·t.Orande, "h�ch t,hey �ve rltIeI &ad a ..".ui.e daDce will I.· . . flnaDdaJ aJd� menta. . otegon. 'At Paett� Lutberan College �I'd their eoUep: �. Lutheran cemet.ety at Stanwood. t.re '&be au.Ir. . � �:-�=-��cc':�' -��=--:-�-'cc -=-�-:::; AlIIo. In conjuncUqn with thI!I -cele·· . At the ehapei exerc:laes M onday ' .. abe has charp. of Introduc tory and :':braUon the UmuaJ lwinecOmirie of memorial aeri1ce .... held a t whleb stUdent ·te&cblna· .P. L� c. Rec�i"e. Fame.· '" 'Marriag"e. Bureau' Wlwn Alumni and friends W1U be beld Batur- D;r Tlngellltad and Prof. N. J. HonC' . Dr. �pper, a graduate of the uniStudent.. SUccu.mb to Cupid'.-,fJartJJ Eleven F'�;mer . ,. ... day. October 13, wben P. L. C. playa paid .tribute .to their departed vemty of cmcon. baa t.U.e� advanCed . BeWnabam Normal at th;e Lincoln Bowt: .mr.k.er. Courses at the Unlveral.ty of GaW'0I'D1a 'Welll ·we.nt'we l· ll .8eemt � If tb8 live ... cbeaply �·0De IO�� the iat- : · , at �teley, and at. the 'Uni'm'lity of feUow'a at It.pin: Dan:CUptd'a t.er.Part Ot AU(ruIt. tbeJ"ye. been Mr. CoUge Facully SpentU Summer J'aciUiOn Period Callf ornla at Los AJiplea. Her noqta1DlJ: IeeDl to �ve made � lira. AlveDe 8cbIerman. ." I.n . ed w th r ei Many Wliy., (JoinS &.Everything aRd. Nothing' perleDCf:" i , tbe pbJl.1c&l' ucaUon aim �th1a aummeI' 81nee :. th . . . department· c:onsiata 01 her work' at Jut. aPnna, the u.t or A II,We �Ird �. W'bSspere4 to· U8 't¥1fIi baa a �. W b1Ih � � Oftcon. whICh be Lebanon embarked OIl the -. Of t.hat � Quale '10; Tra.ve�, tea.c:b1nc', atud�, and nouciu.. Alaaka. a coUntry)It. xavier and at � Bcae� � beautuuL has been � auc- Warner Quale <LIlHaD, ChmdenlOlD) to very be; to found the a been .�� .h 'fe -� t · t . 'I .... 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FamollS Neeks On Football Preju.<\ice 'soelated SLlH!s..nt Body. U }:ou hAven't to the St.udent Body for the man)' -andmet this "penpnality" r,irl who has a 1 t.houghtllll· and kind attentions ext-endThere has arisen in the last few years a strong prejudice against � rndy sml1� r: everyone, you'd better ed to her dau,hter duriri, her_long college football. The cry of its accusers is that football is becoming I\.b�r--:.get aCQual?d.' too commercialized. that it is a brutish g·a'me . .that it interferes with UineM. and for. the tlowen receive(!. A ctraffc', . a high order of' scholarship. Much of this criticism is just. Million ( ._ ' A' mo� U51 h 1dual Whg:Is"'WUdollar gate receipts are not unusual; deaths on the field. although rare, have happened, a class of students whos� paramount Interest There s one good thing about a &chooi aUy seen �1P1�g to and fro from the and aJ.)�Yl l oolttrIi for some one? IS ffi§.ball, has been produced But IS thIS the fault of footbail ltselt> boardinlf c ub-,.,1 f a n) ones Imger is 10 0 o?tI Well. Ch.arles Rosenbur, bel the yOung tello" who The game of football Is"a creation of the American colleges Its the soup Itl s you N OHlu S..pplln r' own 0 ./ the' green roadster and who is St,tie_" purpose Originally was to take the scholar away from the unhealthvl glow of the study lamp and make of hIm a well-rounde� person, alltv One of the advantace. of bdna' a1waYI wUllng, tobe sht:re It when th�re 913 Pacifi� Ave. re errallds to run Laat year he through physical training. Football has not corrupted Itself: It has lo,.bro,. is that J'OD're no t. afraid to ,R.WM a member of the Dram& Club and 1+,--'--toHee. eYen been cheapened by a spectacle-Iovi�g civilization which h�s .dragge� dip J'Our toast .Into Inyour. "" olars seekIng a well-rounded traInIng. but thoa,rh yoa do eat the donn. ' a�so a deba� let.tenn.an. He Is �n· in,to its stadiums not·sch 1.' nlng hle third year of school under -< . athletes professional . de Normal here the ent l and t pa� as , Football itself . is as fine a training now as it was in the past. and. I LEARNED RECENTLY .THAT: was choseq by the Itudenta to � sHould not be eliminated from the colleges. It's the glamour. brutality MR. RAMSTAD used to smoke Buil year Lugg'a'ge and Durham . . . DUTCH MOE and LOUISE their . leader and guide. lhrougtl the and prof' essionalism that needs to be ousted. com!?, sch ool year. . I JACKSON &.re rcaliy Turb. not. Nora l Delta Rho Ca mm � Elects wegl;a ns '. . HARO,LD N iLsoN on ly IW:te� :�c:-:��ta J� Iel=: Pep Club Surprises Dean; Musical Elects Semester Leaders Gertrude Stenberg Prexy ��� r::7t ��:) �� p�.io��:: with hle black. �urly hair. He is kriqwn " � studenl4 all. friend e a by as !.h " to ride bicycles for exercise. and ean ;" ' instruments Honoring tne birthday of Mrs, Lora' : .�� l Kreidler, dean or women. the Pep Cluh Committees Plan Initiation for �����p;;: e;� Frosh Day Cirls Tomorrow PF UEGER likes IRENE W gave a surpr1se party TbUQd"ay, 8epRECKER SERVICE O·DELL· L Day 'and Nite umber 20. In the College dlnlng haU. pretty much . . . BERT MYHRE ' put. The honored guest w as presented a Be<:au.se AlI�Bwur" Roe, presi­ ru IOYNTON S...5IRVICE bber heels on his shoes so they '!ve­ the gUt and a cake which provided CA. OI4S-R-- 1 Eagle Jewe.lry Co. dent elect of �lta Rho Oamma fa at..­ wouldn·t the desk ... GRADY Ca. R.,.l· rI.,� 0". ning's re�reahments. HosteMes were HUOHES once trlp� over a gn.saRomola Rwt. Bernice Hauge. Alda tending St. Ol.a.t Colle�. the club held H. 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v ille P'r1da; t� 28 Ll�ld rattd the nra� two 1!I5� of the Moor�1 Mut. one of the ctronl"l teams In the Opon the complet.lon or the �nd-lMue , N�west Oonfertnce .wt �, 1fUi the comp!ete. staff will be ann�unced. _ • '. The .faculty advlsers, Mr. O. J_ 8tuenL:" -, ,�-" ..,.�.� •..............................:.,.•••••••••••••••••••••• .have almoet the. �e lineup. agan r . . . The 1934 fOO�b&l1 season started ,wttb ",----- . IUld Mr._S: J. HO r1g sta�e th.t there � . this year. Once again -we are back in the seaSOn of the' King of all �POftS-opening O · h e llent and t'� r1enced �Iltetlal . . (\lC OOI Monday, Se�l/10, football .. Due to lack of exper'ie't'rced men, Coach Olson ha!t" had con�' Coach otacxi belleves .-us wl.1I � the· xce \�!' d twent t n r elv � e b�� an� �,:�� ee � siderable diffi,culty i� a�ra,rig�ng his liM@ up, buf:nov.:. �tter a week. toUg��3t:ra�e �f the seuon, .but 1Ia)'ll ::�: Q: I �u��� ���� w�o I a te swell that ' . regis ;:and a half of extenWe drill In fundamentals and !crl..,.." .,ages, pros .hls squad � dete�ed:. to give . 't"tiOM! ep&{tm ed thI' sq uad ' to twenty who worktd � the edltor:tRl - eight. I� pres-' peets have brightened considerably. The new felloWs are' 'rn them' a '.real battle, It the Olads �n '. there "nt . number. . nclude Th�I�a ' get Lbdr rut backs ,Into the open. 01- statt th13 �nt . Issue 'I fighting hard for �itions, and it looks . , . like Olson has a team that is . Acrording t� J20acta Olson the ma\n going to go son f�1s 5lU'e- that the � "11.1 ma,i.e Daniela.. Vollly . Norby, P1t.ul Preu'. ' ' places. "Courtney' King. Mabel Heaem-, iudy obstacle. to overcome 'wUI be the In:!x_ a tine showing : " . ' S. S. C. Denl!On,Roberta ToiTt3ori. Martkn KOhllenenee. He believes he'ha.s .materlal for a flne team.·�e question a t present lalkin, .bout lettermen. we hne witlt us ..� a cOUple �f 'ier, Edna . Tobiason, .Ra.rrY Orlbbohm. • .CricLSchedule �, run i , • Katheryn Anderson. Helen Holteifrip. Fadness, . who lalt being how they W ' lIl come through fellows .who are up in 'Could not reftt�in lon, frOM toocI 014 P. l. agafn.!it stitt opposition. He will build year �ttended Tbe' toot";'" .8Cbed"� for the 19). b:llen 'Bel'ptfOm, Lenore Wlthro1f. Hu. us. arain pbyin, his fifttt yflir ".100"'" . Dutch SeMOn � .nnoaneed 'by Coae h hi.!' ]Ine around. Fadness. three year and IS back Olson el Hagoerup. Elizabeth Pitls, lone Mad. versatile quarterback; is not tar behiftfl lettt'rman, who attended here two years Moe, switty .. �k k .. 10110_" " .'. serf.· E1eanor · HI!-uke: . Eldon Anderson. ngo. at center: Svlnth. lut year's let- be!n, h,is fourth yen with the C . r.tors, J{enry OillOn Rnd Robert Monaon,' .SePt- Zl-Unne.t at. M"eMIIlri..llle terman. at tackle: Jack, VarsIty end tor S. S. ' "Bett "Myhre. busineSll manager, hM . Oct. I-tJ. S. S. � h� ' two yean; and Hanson, two year letter_ . This year Olson s Gladiators. come up against a .real fighting . Oct. 13-BeUInrharn NbnnaJ. _ ht' N ch O/l en RS' his 8JlS13tant. Clyde Grim· man at guard who Jwt retumed· trom machin�one·other than the U. S, S. Maryland. The line of the (Rorne.eomhirl . �tead, and'James oliillan·.s ad,'ertls� Ing manage�. !-Oulse Jackso '!1 II I the.�lr. \Vllitman.. Jack and Ntl.!iOn of Everett ship's team.aver.ages only 205 pounds. Not bad!'On� of tneir enCis Oct. �"ort Lewf_Fort l..e.tl I culat. lon manager and hll,ll as her "a.!!-:U"� lakJng-care-of_ tbeen4=pndtioM in was captain of the AnnaDOlis Navy·team last· year, and six men' played 'OcL za...:.A.lban y·a"t. '\Ibany fine style. while R slstant ��argarct Craft. ·Ellne Benson e. · reserve of on tneWest-eoas"t·Navy""te8m"ta�r:-Ats.o:=;the-M.ir.yI..nd'.S-:te�m. _ � �. IWO ·ye�k. S�!lt h, veteran beat W�st. Seattle Athletic Club 1 4'-'6: Whew! Don't'Iook'SO: goOd. Nov, l�Mariiiii=hen: ·and-Edrta-'FoblallOll-:'fI,ro-lhe.t; . tatHyp . of ]ut ar!lty, tm the tackle but-don' t let that discourage you, Olson's boys ,,'re going fo fight till home �es � "to. be pla� at 1lIt,, : berths. I pertenctd men, GTe- the last whistle , of familie"S. Unceln Bowl, U� RI..h Sc-hoOl. Tais blown. Accidents happen in the best . nler and n., � cllnginl to the you know. coma.The date . of the last pme III un_ '. . �ay Jo� ,,�rga"ize 'guard positions . closely pressed by Han. er.rtaln due .to a conntct. At the flrat mee ting of the Day Boys . S. S" ' . son two year lette"!lan. lUld Hvldding, Friday..september :n. Arnold Ander. Just a few word. about sch"o;ollpiri.f \stvdenh, Vie are ,oinr to . , reserve on last year's squad, whUe Fad. ha�e a team this-year'that'is-tojn, places. but they need your support Eldon A"denon ,is ChoSon son 'was elected president. The other ness Is bnck at the center S�t to be a winner. Let', attend a:s many games ·ft posdble. �ereb.y · Dormitory Union Presidenf officers nre: I:!Pn Rel<1, vice-president: and t letting them k w we are.behi hundred cent on them per ne ' ,.' ." � I �e�;: :��:��:�. . A t t he first. yee.r" meetl�g of the sa e� K l r! t� S This faIL. we find several graduated lettermen attend other Dormitory U"nlon IMl Wednesday 'eve_ ... comml�tee wa.s a.Lso appointed to w ill be no lack of spee d ·and. c1e"1"erness In the backfield. · Votaw. O'Con';'er and schools of. higher education. Some of these said lettermen are'nOfle nlng. Eldon Anderson. Pendleton, was armnge for the Initiation to be held Moe K're hold in g !'!tartlng posltiOllS while ·other than_ Bill Whalen. a�nding the University of Washingtol): I' l ec te d· Presi .de !l t: Ro]and'Swan50n,. ReeIIlS � In the starting position at Bill. Shore, attending W. S. C, and Stan Scere and Carrol Jacobson .Seat�le, vl�-'Presldent.:'Haro� O'COn----:t fu llback, closely pressed by Ludlow. are attending Luther ,College and are spending their time on their ner. A uburn. secretary . tre �lJIff!r. former Puyallup High star. Mitchell, studies. h'Joe MltdWtl:)E\'et;ett . wu elected to rt . e o o se . at t a in whIch ' ns. �nt former Everett quarterback, Is shOwl.ngj t C?t' - S. , . S.· n well. while . .A.rehbo]d, Sand�rson and . a,ain'thisyear, the lhifi.eld ca �ac�ty h 11 to preserve order .at Speaking of strong .teams. we meet . mee �lngs-"}.- tuI.p In the Soli !' are fighting for halfback post_I eleven, the ones who toOk us down the w en�known creek' to the tune . ect rooms 1 dO:;£-:� ]C t �wlce a. week be· lions. . of . . . '_" last year. Linfield has all of, their leHermen back. but. that bo� nine and twel ve. r. COach. Olson Is highly 'Pleased with j� not going to stop the Cladiators: . they are out �r reven ,e and., �y twee � .. . . declJ\ed at....rf e .dues are to . • . However, �e'cannot count . it the li1t �t this year'S squad . He says the looks It I to get of thinp, are ,oin, . . � e cent a a semester .. Mr. . whettler be t'll\ell ty-flve Ihey shdW more pep and dr:\ve,lhan any our' chickens before they "re hatched .nd we WiN kftOW . Rus't Building o e �uad for a . number Of years. 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RepubUcan �t �- tnp b,. Mr � H1Ihb,.. two nwnben (son. Pukland: Cl�nce J..emnm.I g. represe.nt.&Uv� of th�· American .Luth_ one cheek and no other mab.;up. their turn.Jahed b, the l"Iocult,. WIYeli Quar_ MOM}TOc.k: �ryiana McClure: CoI� eran Church: Tbtodon: Ndsaoa. mem- d� on b&.ckwards. shoes and sted- bent. .' . tet. wbJch lI ' Cori1poeed of Mia. Philip ' J. . Iln&. R. P. D. Olympia: Harold Mere- ber of the Aurustan& Synod; P. Bat_ Inp of different colors. The; thoulht d . !:. Hauae �. Cllffonl O. OI8o�. �; t Is � r th f t b : lu I Li r.ry Staff �t .." J av er. ��:�::��� C�':::! �= :!u:: � �:h� �,: ::Ul ����r:; :-:.:: :r=� ::: � :: � Tw.nty.Th,.. Altllt.· nts ��:� �=:�-;; � �v;;;.. X t ; Way. R. F. D" Auburn; ��nce Post, me:mber of th� United Danish Evan� buket and ra_ en around with th�m" MOII5yroct: WUll� RaamUS$eh. Mossy- gellcal Lutheran Church. . , ' . all .da,., they �OIIt �II� The . Dr. o. A. 'nnt'eJatad. Preilde�t ot rock: M�lba Rosa, MOSsyrock; John AI- By cotTespond�nce. appe&ranCf!'� at 'PUJl)08t' of th� en ."... to 'hol� &Ix· Twent,.-t.bree IIbrat)' aastst.ant4 have P.L.C. dellv�red. an add... . �1�lnl ' ;:�l�a s:t!��: 'g::::::;. ���� �=�:�;:tpe:n::\o�tt: =��t=:U;!n��:=ra':� �� �r::. f�e Ji,uU.�: :e ':,�:�t: : � �ri'::::;� R. F. D.: Norman We!lt!.ln" Olenwood: and their ualatanLs haft adverU.d a haht tuk to It'� the si8M.t� from ��re are �n � �ta the midst of ab6� trlend&hJpe In .n . Emory WhItaker, Elba: Frank WllIa,rd, the Coli. throu,hout a Jarge radius the �.JS.�use no �I wu al- 'who w1iJ han charp of �e IIbfVJ: atmosphere o( � . . .Tietiii of te YC They" .,tsited congrep- lowed ��w�o-lh� �J"S and r:lil., (ijf VliiJiila""n ""-BOie :- TheIm&- Dan1�Ja. �� � Aitel' the procram, reirapmi!nta .�n-' . �und" 'Amy OU� LouIae Jac�, ;7.?f.sr north u Canada. south .., peril of punishment.. . , ....-.. tiona .. " ' . NOftIl Nagel. Mary ' 1 far SII�rton. east u far as C()eur. Th� boys were togged . OU} prellU,., J�na M:anouaoa.: P. L. C . Nam.1 Cheer ' . . . Leaders for Sc bool Y e l.! !�ek,n.s n! t :�:��\e �� n:: :."r: �1r�11 !e:u�� w;: ' :::w:;;:. ::!' =�:o:� =s.n0�:::- Va n L�uv�n I ..troduc.� . -ashlngton, and Colton, Ore- and a. bed pUlaw for · b&Kgt\il.�. The The ten C. W. A. I�fl membe� who Stud.nt Bod� Of \ 1 ;�. w: f ic, . r •. . a res lt of th� Thursday mom- gon. there were school representatJves pillow slips, were to be .autographed by will do book mending. binding, catalog-,I ngA!.try.-outu and election . V�rn Knut- atV1ng. " nn redJrdlng. clipping and !!ling �: For the pw:� �f introo.uclnl thfl ' people of distinction. within the . ' w lls lng, zen. Valborg. Norby, and Rhoda Hoken- C;;ollege.out ' Info atlon regarding the of Ul� a.ch601. . ---") KatJuyn Andereon. Ellen .Bergstrom. new members of � Board, ·the URit r 8C .. ' . :,�u:;e:h:�n y�1I �d�rs �':r I:: !' areAt bll Judy Ben�"n, a.ch�l . F1lnt. Dorot.hy �,:!t�!:s �� �ee� � �:! �� = One of the boys � n ' S�. I guess. ' He wore football pants Ka.pphahn. dPa�e Kuhn. Evelyn Mc- tembt'r q. thf' student �y�:r;'eils. ';� ; P sonp Luth.r League. In.ite . . Stude� tI To Fall Rally �;'k�1su�;S��· = : �1�::.e�= ���:,�;� :1 �=�' .=�8��� "t all foo,tball ga�es. and oth�r actlV1The presld�nt., Mr: John Van Leuv�n. · v : tits of slm.llar nature. Inlroducl!d the folloWing 'memberl: . They w�re paInted with merc:uroc:hlome -1I11J!U. ' · In\'ltation hu been extended b An ' front fh held � vlce-pn!Sld�nt. 'Th�lma Iianl�la; aeere Tryouts of the Ira! st.rlpea givin hie Ie s y In broad I r . tary. Po'!liry- Naah: treasurer: Bertrum college du ing chapel period. Thurs- the T�comR Luther LeftlUtS to all P of barber JH. S. Cerman Club Choo.c., day. September ' 20. Members of the L. C. stud�nt.5 to attend their an��al. the appear�nce Myhre. comrlllMloner of athletics. EIdinner. FrIday evenlnl, the NOfma Pr.ul p re.1.d... io01+.. . '�a"n Andel'&On. gnduatlng clau f'ep'relItudent body �mbled on the ' steps fa.ll rally at the central Lutherall ..After l! squ�rade c�mes were cxcho.ng d -night at tor' those of a more dlgil.lfll!d and propwhile asplranta led them In school Church. 10th and 0: Friday �ntatlve Ev�lyn Irwin, sophomor� . yells. ThOlle t&kln, part Included Eula eight o·clock. , Elteted IBlt TUesday September :J: claM repr�/lentatlve Eleanor Raudt. Mae oa!!. Valborg ·Nortu·. Rhoda Hok� The program will Include mu:�lcal erTcharacter. fill th� orricee of prea1dent. vtce. ba and hllh sc.hool repr�nta�Iv� upper classmen had :nvll.ed th� J.O eNtad. Clifford ·MHrord. Oary Pflu.e�- �tlons And talks by members. A social newh�dormltol"Y 1?�ldent and aecretary-t�urer .J\)� H Orlbbohm. '. . &tudent4 to 'th� um- the t:r. and Vern Knutun. John Van Leu- hour will follow at which refre'!hmentll nBllum where they German Club were Norma.?"ft�. two vacancies. commlaen�rtaln. . ereof?areadftr�Is1n', would e o Ma re. �. ia Mary l �� V st'ntd. and f 11 be Da and lon�r �. ...'1. t INte;ad of being entertalnl!d. those who Irg'ln ' Vis . �=�:c�t : t:-:n:�t-��tr to. class reprnentatlve. which will be filll!d - ;�� , e r' . j had brobn InlUatlon rulea contrlbu'ted specUvely. o a ..�t th(' lItudent body. for '�ld at a stud�nt body eltetJon to be held �Lh:l r Hokenltad An.....ncet Fint to the PI"Of1'&11l In whatever .,mnner ' As 110ft . w l m In Oct*r. n ��et:r :� �:! L. D. R: Meetinl for Tuesday th�y were" able. , The oth�r al�rnatl"� :��7:' to � PATRONIZE was the spau. · After Ihls !ollrorlnal t"OfLIIt was held Thursda°1. afternoon. .""""""',,.,,""''' ; . ' " ij MOORING MAST The L. D. R. \\111 nold Ita first meet- progrRm some novel ,a!lles w�ro' play- Mrs. Bondy 'accOmpanll!d (he grouP. ' [§I " DVEJ.t'flSERS on Tuesda�. October I ed by everyone &Membled. rhe EtU_ "All thCl/le who have � German, iF;:;;;;:;;;;;;;A;;;; �;;;;;;;; independent Grocery · ; ;;;;;;;;� atIng.3:of30theP. Yf'1U" M. 11i the gtrl! Reception dcnta were !1IVlded into couples In .. an now ItUdytng It. or are interested ; R. J. A�rson. Prop. Room. Officers. for the coming year grand march. Ref�hf!1ent.:l .....ere hi the.lanauace ·are �lllible to become ; � �"��:.Itetl!d. All n�w girts are urged :;.�� � t:e ��r claMmen at th� members," ltates Mrs. Bondy. club ad� : . Brook�ale Wash J. e ven Tht l'OClety.has as It.s national PIYJ- The Freshman had been terribly ...." �iJ"" "" .. ..,""""".""'....."",,... ,,",,.:.,," .....".. 1i1 . f Lu e � ':������tI��: I "'.-----....., (tI ,.." .,...,..,"',.,...,.." ..,..........,..,",.... " ':""'!i! :�I�: ��PO�:!:�ff� AI::�. �� = ;�:��m�� looking forward to a happy and IlUC- many of t.h�m had the best time of WI L,�IAMS . Quality Kni"inl Co. ce$lful year. states Rh�a Hoitenstad. th�lr IIftl. S.rvice Station president at th� organization. All .for now, R. E. Willi,,,.,,, Prop Ldh, $......,. 0., $peclalty Romato. Wash. , ..._'_ 0_ '_ '_ I_ th_ S_ ' .._ � TK _ � _ .'_ w_ .''' _ _ ' "Brookdale. " ., l!!. Mission Sckiety Elects " -: " " """".., cf] ""." " ".""" . ,, ,, ,, . French Club Elech I' Offic.rs .at In'itial Meet ConUnuing her office .... prtaId�nt of ee It m ting the Holdln, of InlUal a It Rays to Buy year. tthe Mission Society met In the �:�rr::�:':;.=-!tan.;:; CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE. M.(N ion room on W�neada1 e� noon ' In whIch EllDbeut o.hl and' FLORSH£1MSJ recrea ning, September "18. � Swanson. E1eanore.Hauk� were dect.ed Y1ce-pm.. , fonner prealdent. presided over the Ident aNt secretary-tftu1.irer. re:.spee. . ·For tban.2 years CORDS TO TOPCOATS . . :�::.':�IC: =- of �Ietti.o� of ttftly. � � the ��t of mOne1 tbe men of Americe have found that the little on hand, a cand,. .sale raeld Iaat LOW. 'RICES , lEST QUl"ITY Th� · e nt. e rt.a.lnment Ineludl!d Scripextra cost of Florsbcim ture read� � prayer by Walter I =t:!en�� ��rkI��n :: Shoes is good ecoDomy. R::: ttd":::: ��b �z!��ob:y:�;� IJc::la:::: ::: : ::: = = ::: ' RED FRONT CLOTH INC COMPAN-Y Their .turdy. letithers, ;: :::::t 1.33"8 Pacific Ave: ' '-r:aeoma, Wn . . I Prlu�r. advtaer otthe club. , tbeir 'De finisb;' UxI their -'The foUowing officers were elected d ' . careful craft.man.hip Gara•• for th� fall"aemester: pres.ldent. Eldon ShellPa",-Ian and . .and' . �ve you a fine appear­ Oil Ca.oIine Andenon; . vk:e-preskient., K&rpret . C....ral Auto Repa'rs ance tbat liI:," loD.�r. Craft: secretary. Ele&DOre Haut�; and. ' Ioob be_. .trftliUIW. Jasper �: . • • GA. 38�'7�R;eter�;k�':;: Wun. J they

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Sunday's Pl"OIram "'ifl be �ned 9o'lth dlV1ne service. In tHe 0011* gym­ naalum, at 11 o"clock. Proi. J. O. Ed­ wards w1ll play the prelude and ' pc:.l­ lude. The Reverend 1.. C. Pose, lormer prel!ldent of the PatUle D1atz1c�' of. the NO"ftti&n Luthri'an Chureh of Ameron.-. lea, will deliver lht: anniversary sennon.

have bten reaumed on your

Way', \be yell � Rhoda. HokeMtad. CampUL the QWoers of the Luthera:l Vall;, Mn,. aDd Verne Knutan. with 8tudentA' Union welcome new studen� oX � c:,. \.be Pep -Band. under and ro�er stud�t.s to • new year . the dtft.euon (of wwll o. Bunier. wUl c:onsecn.k<l rel1g1ous acUvtty. at.I.J!! a � nJly. to anUdpaUon 0( 8e.t.urday" football came. Saturday

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�. � na.med. tr1eoda of- \be collep by 'u.e pnerSt � J� �itee. wbk:b � ftey, 0.· 1.. . � . • elected to tbe 0( aDd_ �. . " ":: " . . R . � aDd 'Praf. 1f•. J. JIoai:'. � ;. � the �_ "" ", .6eaIded" that help attaIIP for tbe..:.� .w. ...cb �. ,Van �; �t . tiOdJ_ � .. .· Mr. � .. Bauce • •ppoiDt;ed' thi· f!Sl,1owlDc -0DIDIIIWeI :

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• Baturd,p.y evenln&'. at 'I. o'clock. Amer1.Paul HVlddl?,· wlll . wrtte the editor- annuat'b&nq';let 1'1111 � held , .lWl. Lut.beran �-n.e Rev. . . J. P. Pnuepr• . Prof..... of ChrlIU.M. H� U loa;I\muter. . . The buslness staff wUl remain as ananlty in the ColI. n WUl. open y, lhe seaa10 . 2tudents' Union may ' be permJt.t.eG to. n0l:l"ced. in the nrst lMllI!. ....-: "The Alao HeJpeth ·U"'-J. services conduCted by . Bacb--The OoJlele � eJtert a bl� 1n!Iuence upon the stu:. , M:. H�. TIle Luther Ll':aIUa "Our" Common TUt"-1Dmer 1.. B�dent llte on your campw. as weU uporJ student llte on Ule campU11e6. as. nn. Super1n�ent ..of � � . . of . Public 8chooIa'. other Church schoOls.

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To cre..&e more � � Mil. lion ActI....t:,. Ia Mr Cblll'el... It Is our wish that ·the Lutheran

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�nd so Q.UlctJ.Y. Civlng, the Donn por heT� toWn_ '. EDITORIAL STAFF . . · And ""hocan count. the'he�rtl th.!- nel'! a ch&il.ce to �tUe d,own to the ml Editor-in,Chief MiltOn Nesvig bustn1!ll!lS '--, ,Of atUdrtnr· . . ' . 'tos:rv:Uoo�=�th:r =� �� H.v�. .leamed .�Pt&y �ht. . IUSINESS STAFF . . . . ave ClO\lZ'qe found to muter .tear. --.- ' . ' 1entioua worker she Business Manage"" Bertrum Myhre ' . . HAnd . the t l win lr nlM? .. ' Sp . AssistiJnt Busir:te.ss Manager. wtIi.· �:� Clyde' Gri�s't.ead �Iri,� �e� ��e���I��:����:b: ��: hlIeinI er Ja"."eS GI ll Ilan \.be one' who, after You pull . the door &nWna at. all �� abe. ,,� � the We :cannot tell: We eml;' know -.� ��ve,ti�ing :tana.gerr LOUise Jackson shut. Illwah opeq:!; It apln and ' siiuns Impre�n 'abe IA �� bubbl� over What God. hl�lf' �th sald� C:���I:::�� A����t f a rdS are ute the rain and Inow. Faculty Advisers N. Hong �� '��J�t���� is h�er. . . . , . " : ' ,wt����':�:=�0U6" type. bu� Myawt. obring 10rthJ � and bre�. . e or ca�p .�t the De.ita. Rho Oamma Party: It �. also athleUc. laat year ,olnB out.t�r · Th I ' � � � � � � � . �:�;:: f���: I n a g� par�i. but I� !1tdn·t sound �e�� an !o:n:! cl&Url She ·i. .. �hene·e r Hls precloUl seed .we 80w. t Sports Editor Paul K. ;r � u� t ke It . . . AR:NIE A,NDE �N �: true ' triend Let's the reat or us 'meet M h�re th� torty t9rs,- . _ . . _ . Pa'u l HvidcUng .lI Editorial Writer _ speed 101' � In tbe .t d�p her' mow !-hat.God-like plal�t.e ·...m grow, . .' �eporters-Eldon Aride:rso�. · Kathryn Daniels. �di'th Benson: fiCing ...' , . I W:e. . And ,brllli" torth staIb an�ars. · . · Ellen Bergstrom. Thelr;ta. .Dani'els. E1irabeth Friis .. Harry. Cribbohm; =:ou�O��!:L.:g=: . ' . Hazel Hagerup. Mabel .Heggem. "ourtney King. Marian Kanler, lone and mA. rnOll4PSON are terrtbl� OD.e Yfho- goes In �· ·"thle-�ICS In a ot Dr. n�1stad. :. . Mad.sen. Robert M�rtln. Robert Monson. Vafborg Norby, Roberta �ooks; but they were th� tata com- big .a�..·and lI'o'heo oWn.b a tfi�-year' Mrl:'.�N.n -1.theHo� req�t wrote this teature �cr Tomson. L.enore Withrow. letterman's sweat · r? S ort and dark '. . . ' Typists-Eline Benson. Edna T��ason �� compleJdoned ' .Is this pe� ' w.tth th.11 ISlue.-Edl�r, ���r � an n : :rt �t: �� ::: he seen wtth� . d . M�. . HlQ�g It all !Jl o�e'.:��::: : �!� DOr.m U�i�n Ci... 'arty /<",,---- ' _ Gt� the Celebration Spi,.it. ..' This wee� Pacifi� L�tht;ran Coll.ege will celebrate- the fortiit�' ��:�n'd·ll'ien· . . ''-PA::V�:-=:: Thls as pounds or gOod tight Is never. .,Und�r the aupcrVWon .of , IIarJ1I: . Orlbbohnt', Roland SWanson. a.nd Haranniversary of Its dedI cation. There IS much to look f.orward t.o. as floor hait ot �e time . NOt h �-n'playtnr a. pme but tltat he ta de� old" J�hansen. the Boy's Do�ltor'y Un­ a B:o:od progra� �as been arrar:'.ged. Even now it is' not too ,:arly to b to go around:so Ex.OON .\.�';:._ tenntned to win. With h1&.;whole.hean ,��t Into the splr.lt of the occasion and to prepa�e oursel"'es by read· SOoysN come and soul he enters the' tt�ld ' and .re�1 len sponsored a skattnc party. �t K1nI'!I around . , . The whole . donn turns Rolle" Rink Thursday evening October with the same Ing up on the history of the college There WIll be present at the Invited fors lunch He conferred the honor ot bclng This party is !a,d to be one or the wogram many old personalities who have been connect�d WIth the elected vlce-preaJdent of the graduattnc largest school m the past, so that It will be,of Interest-to)us to know before - Lack of tact Ordering a hoi dog at class skaUng parties the school ha.� hand who they are and what they ha"'e done for the school a lunch eland close to the pound the attendance being over He is planng his tourth year or toot- eonver hhad Of course the most joyful thing to look forward to IS the d n u a e sa t s . ____ '.. The Welrb or All Flffia �1 � �:�r : :!t:::1lree;;:� ___ :�����t:t�I��;.�7,� h�l a��;��:� t�II��;t���t�� ���� :�: l��; . .. . ." , , . iii Pa&ronbe E arly to bedto ever football and buketball are not p�rlod of forty years W.th them wJII come the atmosphere of old '' ''' "'"A"dftl'URn "'" ' '"Your And early rise. the only ktpd or athleUcs thJ.s Indlvtd- � ' "'''''' ' ' times and the recollection of old scenes And your walst ual Ls Interested In Last year he : One of the colorful features of th.s great homecommg feStl",al FISHER'S Takes on an ele,ant size ch06en captain ot the baseball team : WIll be the Bellmgham fQQtbali game played In Tacoma At th.s � (C?r the "Shacbters' . ; �.n·. ZI,,..r TWI., Sw••ter event the alumni will see In action. one 01 the hardest. fighting teams I learned recently That:. STANL� ' s meet Oirls. this let hero athletlc 1 � this school has had. ' �,"5 to kee p . nn now. for who knows but·that so.:ne day � rou�� aotwayblack This fortieth an'"!iversary. celebration promises .to be a fesfi.",e .FthORD has t/rJIUlo.r. a h� may be-come tam us. . g make ev.erything ready for' the forfr')er bedl.$ partner) season, 'Let us. therefore. Winter ( he. s.OST c a . I, J ' ' ' '' ' , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, . ;� o f;:L1 AB S N = ' E . . students . Solvelg Rynnlng.. who'graduated U. · been wearing a mustache r!-e ,Incc Miss . a hearty welcome, . of P. L C and gi",e them M-D CARACE h h saw tor n C Jeaving J.s . 192�. L. . ��' . ' �undI where·she'ls to , Campus Belutffied \���) t�,V··;�z �� /'tKotzebue PlCific "ven�e Theie last·four weeks have seen a change gradually creep o",er .��:�to�:�: be passing cit P� under my be marrl� to ·Mr. Henr y.. Xavter. who SICNAL. �AS .HI OiLthe face of our fair campus. A hole in the ground slowly grew into safd window 2 a. m:J . . . � the studen� Is a deputy sherlrt th.eN!. The groom l'I a at M,otor R....i" . a-n ocHshaped cavity that 'lay with a black mouth gaping at the skv o� �a:;m:a;�=::: ::: = s: t� brother o! Pror"., J. U. Xavier. This n:t0uth in .tur.r') recei.",ed. a silver lining. Soon rocks a!?,peared =S=======�'". e I a en shrubs po��d their branches back r:ow . . . wonder:' why . . , DON "Use the understanding oI �e spirit II; : !��o�����! ������b::��:� �e ��� ���n�R��� 'J��� of"';,�kan� ';� �=��:t� goal In +__Ch ' ' I.' R ...nbU " ��� front of our campus showing its�lf on the o� evolution Thi� bit . . . ��:tioS::�in . r :� '�Mr�;!�Ii��nf�� ��et�er:�:'Yo�� ���ss�� ������j�a3���t�:fl��i: �: �� I����:. .�nd,:::-:::!e: Je���� say� ,,� f�ed with My splrtl" 913 Pacific Ave. iS ' to th�:���h:��e �I i�::��g:�I -head wh� hemp has paled a 11,tu!". "Walk as cHildren or Ille lJghtJ. ______�______ �;: f�d���� t� the class of '32 and ;;: . o i . -l£rson the crew of, industrious boys who made this project possible. _ a I . . fO��� d�:�� ': P�!!=:. ���: ;; On P. L. �. Spirit Parkland Shop "You are Most likely to What' makes this school unique among ins.titut.ions of higher In the Donn !"\'er discover thl.s-radto andBirbe! . Confecti fmd It at thiS question IS that is doomed -learning' THe first and spontaneous reply tomembers o nery . faculty the of . The t has a frIendly Chnstlan atmosphere Iare Rhod 81 B roth era. . sympat-hetlc to the mdl"'ldual needs of the students and actl",e In I know a protessor ",ho could save KNUDTSON. �rop. There IS htmselr a lot ot time by going out in +-;;;;;:= =�;:::===::::::.i CEO: : fostering character above all el�eJln their development .:................ " ..' .... " .' ..''''...... '.. '...'.. �... � first place the class-room lectures a tow-car In the-also that undertone of humillty(permeatmg r wants On. o fulfill I!' . We w.nt that IS rarely found In the unl",ersltles where man and hiS selfish day cet �r:h9tq work at Complimenh of Anoth�r Tbo't no ebyservi xtr. cost ;end thi work " don. ambitions are often exalted xperienced workmen at e It silently works I tS meanmg mto' French dressing Is expensive stuft The motto of the schoolS toassacrtflce LEHMANN HOTO-FINISHI N G s one to"'prepare and pe self M. costly P a arlthe students de",elopment I �T COAST Whether It is put on salad. or self to serve others - P.rkl.nd ������ Company Helen Colllns. '32. l'I teaching at Upon a pretty girl GROCERY Camp 4, Bordeaux, Washington. L. E. CARNETT . ' , Margaret Wesson. '34, baa I!- qoaltlOl'! Olympia. WATCHMAKER the Public rary stat! tn �ma, Andrew�. . '32. Is teaChing �m m few sChPrances Any onemOilcanke.dean Anlocat ool at. . Purdy. near Olg Harbor. 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' . 'Much For(jC,aiHY Lut:t.eraM . . . The Ll.nlleld :acore came aa • result . . . �ktd • ·• • ..• of .·�mble · 9n � �IadJAtot·s �,..rd' W\th their advantap of IP'Hter �;,· · out. In new unUorms &nd deThe �arne next Saturday. be�n the· Vikings �nd the Gl OKila - line. �ser1M of ptoaee:tt and llne 'I('rmlntd. to help �'Padfk: Luthweight and experience. tne' football . boys went b�ckl. Bachelor, left hal(, scored �n a o.rs. promises to be a real battle. Last year Coach Olson's ('ran College's corqbttled homl!COminr t ; u d of ,tt. u S S M land. th �ame and 40th anruveru.r:t .· real event dOwn to defeat.before the Vikings: This .year IS going t6 be a �iff�r� 11ne plurtr!!: . : �e C. QI..dla;;' . 20 to ���n �nt the Wf!re however. �e� Lu �e he story. spe�'. much and powerful .T .Lut.,e�ans.ar:e m�h more . to celebrate.. Coach CUrt Oieon's toot. .thelr first. home football game at Lin­ ball forces 'are drt� 41Ugently In ler and the Vikings Will hav� �o·· play. some fe�l . ball to beat .Ol� s {tnt to dr.w b�. After p.laylng two coln Bowl .lut Baturday.' october S. ;m'PKrlng to meet the atronc Belltnc- squad . . They are pe� up to the highest degree and nothl.n . g . Will SC(ft� periods, the.,Oladlators. late A.rU!r .• ' acoreleas .(I;'t perIOd wtilch . third quarter, biroke thrOugh the . In ham Normal squad Saturday. The.tame be abl.e - to stop them ex�ept a steam ro!l�r aM th�. Norma.1 saw 'Play -mainly In r. L:- C. ien1�ry. will Une to �oth , h aven JT .·Ll.nlleld bullt � the Ballors punched o�r a t that. . .I·hlch Is scheduled to start tot 2:30 score from ' . · hia .own iroak.1.1ne and ecore & �fety. be played In' the Ll.ncoln Bowl. • the twenty-ya.rd· striPe on .. reVert'le. , 5: .. . , and m t exAceordln. to word which drUtI South Ol Th• • pirit of th•. lnt two footlNlI·.p..... WR .urely·th. thi..,. Th�.�e An intercepted pass. a 2o-yanfrun and teld ield fo from BeJllngham. Coach Cb&rUe t.p- Th. r.no , W. m� '�ch a ..... .howiitt �,.ii."'t Li"fMId was "due, clUne seen on Llnl t r' .- paM which caugh?the Lutheran de­ to Coac<h v ;xonbu...cch wUl be brtnctnc down ODe maillfy . to the·.� ....-off ..... �m pt ...... .... school· .piri. th.t .was �veral yean, accordlna I.e -. fense nat-footed put the ball In . . poel_ u y of · the stronpst teams the teachers "...lIt. Tie ,., .fNI .ttenda... t the laIt ,.Me was peAt, but e�. Both sides plA ed heads p �r. t!on 'fOr the acorlni ·pla,.. · . n ie !J av,. had In recent years. . H�ver. Jet!s �k. the HOItMcom��, pm_ ..... .......t ..... peppi t fYer. ptninl ., very 1.ltUe � [J. t � Arter battlll\l" in midfield rw " half mad� Uve first downs to � Lutheran s the third petlod. one of the Na� ' t he' wearers' of 'the yellow and blaclt With .uch enthusiasm ,II1II spirit ·the t.am un't h.elp but wi... L. . . ,C. .t.rIed ftv��. fO"lone. P. . . will be In proper �hyslcal and mental galloped thirty yarda to the Lutherans' ' ' S. S. nte=pi:' � \ pleted two. �d none we()e� shape to meet them. As a result of the game with: Maryland. several of . the squad t nty-flve y.rd line.' Having failed . penalU we e Y With their two toulhest lames Ill_ ",,!,ere slightly inj(,red. 8uCl�.y O;Conner came out of the game with � total ea r: po L. to ga.i� through the line, the 8a1l:n1l or ards' . n eld and · e. reoady played the GladIators Will be a sprained foot. but he will be raring to go whfm the Whistle biows U U ' trted a PMS' 'deep I�to the end-mn 3511 y r lI neup were &. Although 1t{oe denett.ed the ball, an out t rt(".. strini ot vlctorles begln_ next Saturday. Cene' lack . the "Old Faithful ' " pass rec'eiver, w'.as � e n h 1e h ha ale ....... .. ..·:.. .. '--:) ���r� o��: �� ��= �:l : � �t;� :;, �?��� ����: �� st�riisj�: /:e�k. �=��� f�I;!�� n:�e�:!;��e . . .. . Ing on. made their mOlt seriOWl acorinjury wa,s inflicted upon Stan Ford. reserve end. who �eplac� .c;.ene. Lahr' .... :: .. � Orenler Oladta�rs . .. . . ... ... when SAndafternoon the of One CQ.u"e for this out1oot, 18 the re- He was In the game two plays, a!'ld ·the� one of the Navy S baby lhreat Ing . .. ......... 'l"adneu And C .. �um to acUon of Captaln val Votaw, elephants'" politely stepped on nis hand and broke a finger. Stan W e: ........ ....... e�n�t:ook a screen pUll from Moe; on . ..RO.. . . Martin ' :; broke � ta� . � . : : :: : .... ?rye his own thlrty-ya.rd line _ �f coa '� �"'n� � .· will be out for next week's, game" but he hopes to be in there two S :OO �""' .. fll:" , '·.f� ..RT . .. . .. : ' �d. c ll . away from the Navy defeme to run ' � d. whO h v=n out w, w, . .�n.. h. weeks h�nce. Except for: these slight injuries. nothing happened .ex· Tunn ' II ..". :...,'.... .RE. eod back for the tlrst 'two games of the cepr the. usual""b'umps and bruises. All will be ready to scalp the 8� . _.. nee'1. 1Il1l0r oversixty yards before a . . . 5 . .. .. .. Q . .... .... . . . season. Hal 'Kill be rann' to 10 Sat- Bellingham squad next week. ' . 'O'Conner IPOIt him ' and dropped him on the ..LlL. P'rIdley ..., urday IUld h18 presence 18 expected to MOe Maryland ellt_t-yard str1pe Here r. S. . /' suppl)'- It'!e much Deeded sprorlt that ' For the Homecominc ,.lime, th.... is to .,. � ,..1 "ut in .tor. Ludlow cosUy fumble loet five yards although . . the Lu�erlU\3 retained poMeIIIlI on of has been sadly �l.salna In the Gladl- for the spectatort. Durin, the half time, there is ,oin, to be • foot- . au;ir attack In their two first games: the ball. only to be thrown ·for 'another . .' Nil pm. pl.," 1ty the fairer sex, .the Dorm · ,hi, v....us th, D.y . Outstanding on the forwa.rd wall irh loy, wh.t .I ,.me this pro... i. to be. 1011. A fin&! desperate pus wall com....ve bee dril!-. ,W. � � : have been the peTfonnances of Russ I"., In pl." .nd fund.me..tah; and It I�s hke .I real �a'�e Will pleted to the m·yard m.rlt� bl!t there · . took the ball on doWIUl. . Prye. star ta.cltle and John "Pud" Fad- take place betw,ee.. the two .quHS. the Na.vy U!am n'e5S. agrreulve center. whose play In The next play. a sailor Pl1!lt traveled S. 5. ' ,the 85 yanls puUlng the' oval wely out of year. the for orocers elect this. h15 fourth year for 'the Lutherans To all lost has squad football, It seems that a'certain fello� on the ' g, en�ed. has been r. reyelatlon to .those pli.yln the horseshoes. fourleaf. clovers, and 'rabbit feet in the wofld. . S newly-organized Womens A'thleUc As- danger aa the thlrG .qu�r tlon held Its irst meellnl �Ptem- . At the begtnninS:'of the' fourth quar­ against him. Frye proved to be a to.er fellow is capta in Hal Votaw. Last year Hal broke his ankle in � . t started land ·& deMar squad the. ter 01· pl1 wUJ girls strength at tacltle aplnst the u. S. St. Martins games and. as a result. was out for the season . . This y r ber 4. The following y ·or . � S. Marylan� team last Sat.urclay. Rhoda Holtenst.ad. president; terml�ed drive �nly to 10Ie the ball on Hal injured his back in a practice game with C. P. S. However. H i t Not stripe. mteen-� the . on e l Benfumb, a Judy president.: Ice Probable sta'rtlnl lineups: .. N.ah Ma � is a fellow who won't quit. and he will be in the Bellingha,!;,, . game . ey started an� ofP. I C. . son. secretary;· . Joanna ManoUSO&, to be denied. th &eIJInc� next ·week. . . Navy bullt hltUng :paya with fenstve seryeant-atJaclt ......................REL . . , Davidson (S) LIlja., Helen treaaurt!r; S. S. dirt· on a smaah. from the two-)'aI'd. Svlntb ...... .:.........Rn. .... .... MUler (13) After the b.tHe i. over. after the �,.ak of--oh well, .kip it_ anna ; �d Racllel .Fllnt.. reporter. of line. . Tomeo CIS) a�ter the ball had been put. In Martin .. .ROL. .. .... had a tea!h A nomlnatmg conun1ttee com� e U. S. S. Maryland be.t L but wh.t of it. posltlO;h b,. a series of puaea· and po..... Fadness sunest.ed cJa.s5 1Yt;n C, . W . aara /19) th�t W.. the pick of the N.Vy and are to be comme•.ed 0.. their two p18 from each . Hanson .. on the committee �r plAYS. Th� a¢JdAU!S. . the Iw C ched i AlthtHIch out-w-! hip_ 14 .... sportsm .lind , .. phliyi .ble utr m e r . ) Ullin ( LOR.... The lineup: Frye .LTR: .. " F'rende-r (21 ) Fri.n pound •• the CI.di.tors ,.ve th.m their money'. wor.... They wert!: Evelyn Irwin. Joanna\Ma.nousoe LER. . .. . .... Odell Mar,1aad P. L. C. NiLsen <In· outpl.yed the Sail�n in the fint half . but the �ndinl was to put. Rh�r. Hok�nstad. Mary Nash: Judy Nilaon ........REI.... .. r"\... �Ioe Vopn BerrUot d Q Benaon. .. Miller 8 .lind t.1I . ... let d .. an e ( ) The boyt .Ire all set for lelli" ....m next week _ . . .. : . . RT . . .. L. O'Connor The execuUve cqmmtttee of the club 'P"'rye _ RHL Pranklln (9) you that it is ,oi.., to be a r.al lIattte. .. ... .ROL........ Votaw ... Payne b now working on a con5Ututlon and Ma.rtIn LHR. Bagley S S ..... C - ............ 8tepheni . udlow may win Fadneaa F _ 2 ThIs year Olson hasqevelo� a lIne that IS practically Invl�' making plans whert!by Jlrls In L .... ..LGR..... --- Tarte ( 4) sports Hanaon letters through pa�clpatlon 8 inth ..It 15 God HlmseU WhO . has made What was at the beginning of the season. a ' green line IS noX'"a� .The . t . C g L. P. rls to�alJ open 11 club � . ....... experiericed one. Our line outplayed Linfleld s lir:'e and last Satur. Lewts us His sons daugh�rs. .. day the' boy'S managed to play on even terms WJth the Maryland who are Interested In atbJeUcs. MnI. It ................... 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In honor of the mmlben of the otlta Rho Gamma. .an lnformal pu-ty wu ,Iftn FrIda, eYenlnl. In the basement of the chapel. A pot_ luclt supper under th� dlrteUoo of No­ 'ell Nagel. chairman. Ida Thompson . J\oanna Mano� "'and Mlldrt'd Mon­ !IOn. preceded the formal ceremony. During the suppec...,a . short prowrarr­ ""as Introduced by Elizabeth Dahl. . It conslsted of: piAriO-11'010, Elsa Arneson; \'ocal duet. MlJdred 'Monson and Viv­ IAn ·Campbell. accompanied by P!ggy Rarnsta4: reRdlng by Ell..r.abeth 'F'r11lI ; song by Elsie Barrett. Catherine Kltch­ Ion and Ellzabeth Friis. accompanied on the saxophone by Ju.ne Walters and on the plano by Marian Torre5dal. The program was In ·ch....� of: Vir­ ginia n,vls.. chairman: Ellubeth Dahl. Jane Williams. Bergliot ' VOIM. The maln leatW"1! of the evening was a formal CIlndle-lighUng ceremony In . . AboTe � the " " P. L. C.. FoeUIaU �..d '"bleb at prNent poIaUq ,_ &be �III" ,..,ne .... Bellini-. ....hlch . all ne9o'. members tooIr. p....t and him gatC-day, The � ,� I'nnl k:f\ .. rI,M are: nn& row. Min- N....,:. S� Fonl. Edward g�th:Ma" thE'lr. �lIIlngness to join the H�. H� Votaw, ea� John � � MartIn. 8� Fry�, aDd Ha:roW WI"'; -=_d .-: Eldon An�. Jamea D. O. group. The committee In �. WIlHe rtl..-er, HaroId.O'Coaner. Fn.ncla. Af'C.�"1d; J..... a-, .John Van U:1n'm. Joe Mttihell. � rye 9o'M Thelma. Dr.nlela. chalrman. GIllilan. OltYer< L.Huo...: and Arib �oitII: ; .UlInI .-. Coaeb "emord' �1Iaob LIi.� Gre.n6er, �aI linil?tll'.' On' _ /A�y Qllbert.. Ula Rudd .and VIf!lnia Sehlanb�h. Carl �. L,..I 8&11� John.Drelbelbls. Job..,. s� Chat« SoUe, an. 8M N�. �er. . � far. gone. but we ';�ld JIIte t�elr opln- L. D. R. Holds In-iti.1 .1 A�chbold Elected Chief 7 Boe��ldent Gertrude Stenberg gave a · . ' , fOrmal welcome to the new me�bers KB:mp�s Komments Ions on <!u.r men. Watch thla column Me.tina. Tuescl.y,·Oct. .z.. Of Dorm Fir. Iria.de l :d =�le:�: : : ore:eunp! �hitatlOn5 !. .And other for de\'elopmen�: ' . u �:eex:/a� th.e tlr�. brl.pde Willi K. o�:n � n . . be�� :��.:e,,:!::t� ���.:�� Organizationor o�a meeting or th�. Boy'li 50me ddlnl� purpose. They are: D esoterl.c phrases) Mlsa us In the f�st Don't Itnow whether the "S. P. ? A:" proJect.ll purpose the Luiheran the soCIety, Ita or . for develoJ)ment of pel'lOflallty; E for Lo;sue ? Well. "'e mlsse4 you. too (Brag� (Society for. the Prevention ot Cruelty Daughter.s 'ot the �fonnaUon held't.5 Dorm Union. Monday. OCt.ober earnestne5.5 of PurJ)(llle : L for loyalty� n' again!! That's tor all returning to Dumb Anlmais ) has beeu around, or InlUal meeU�g Tutsday afternoon. Francis Arehbold who was elecUd 10 ::I:�:�� �t:u.S:e��:I;e: � stu�ents-of course. all �ou freshles etc. ",·hat. but' the Donn 'boys are going In Qc�r !rr� �-chld. submitted dra"'l�p and (ave · up Of ' the f1f dQR t now what you ve m�d. bu� for pets In. a blg way. Cats l:hat answer folloWIngp ,numberS: Amade a re�rt of fire hamrda and the posiH for honest;y ; 0 for obt<Sienoe "to the you plano 3010 by . � soon II out fmd enough. the names of Inlty. Hlghby. B�lty. .Jm;' oanlels. a vocal solo by Pau.tine tiona 1I1ftt must be covered I.n the e�ent traditions of the school: G for generetc.. aJ)d spends the �gh.t 'a1th the boys. The K. K. "'o..1t).: A for ambition: M for modesty: Watts: a �adlng by Vlrctnl.. �vts. of a fire. Ernest Haugen -was chMen ed Mrs. M for moderation: A for ..ttalnlng the This ' school year'S started off with Then there's a Canary that � P. A. PrflllI. adviSer. spoke a. lew to assist Ule fire-chief. It is the duty , Ie. nny u m�B the ld t after g l . words old for b spirit g which big an ! The the Fire Chief t.o appoint men to : �� d :�:::· t.o er:' se of welcome. Former members of a�:� ��rls a.ss15Ung Gertrude In �Eje cere� one � �:�!�: evl(lent n t for . Is quite � C. t1i L. � P ex .f r:;: n�!�=�:�U1 be at the home s�tlon.' at t�e. fire h� and �x� mOoY were: Jane Williams. eanor among studen The pep and enth � . u. ua Is a parrot... They11 be kept bro�J 0 M.n Ra.udebuugh. Neva Olsen. Joanna at which Ume. the re- JI�gulshers. He also Inspee� d�r­ to date In the organlu.- In' the thlng 'hush' money If y �t· m1aJnlng. Preus. ManoUSOlS. Bergllot Vop.n. Rachel lasm displayed unelected offl�U will be OllS condlUom In the donnltory. and 1 clubs and C�fL5.5eS ls very one. thouCh. . . I that they are remedied. There K K �:�I�:c: ��!I��h::�::� :a�Il�� K. K. .' will be surpriae drills to see how qulet.. .. It Henry Van Dyke had Benson, Llta RudCl. Ida Thompson. " M miln Club and ettlclently the bu.llding can be down our klclr.1nepoet trarl on sprlna At thec;.:,lut mee�g of the CkrmaJ) eIymptied. Both old and ne9o' members jOtned Nice bunch of lrelihles. too' They've . and day, the boy day studenu and donn stu.- sh09o'n an Interest In all activItiesright he cou.ldn't.have.- descrtbed It bd� . es A-diagram is to be poeted bet9o'eeD ihan In this foll�ng poem of hla: ��': ��:!n:U;:::' �= 2 U: � ter dents at a large bonfire for a pep rally. gottene Into the spirit ofh things ed t r oo st iOns and th� p Th a e I �-;��e:�27�r.om· the cld�r �e he.ld �C::S�t��od���r:e�. at �=: a�i : ;!s :;� �� :: h�.I::f�::it �: ::e: ��r:'e:: ;:�� .:� �=��. �f::a�:. nt e h f Ll n b t U At the club m� ng Oernur.n IIOngS !�:r:e :v:�:n� r��e�:::�n� 9o'��: =- :; �!�� N:.08:e'��'::�qu�����n. ; :.::; o;a:: ��e��uls. 8U;���y�er ;�or�:=rs !:i h I' ;��\ S ' ��: ;: :� ��:: +1 · K :� S K . :=o� f c �." :e: J '�e�� : =:t: �:::!� IVed frOm : LIEN 6 SELVIC Runbeck. chalnnan. 'Evelyn Irwin. Ele- Then we havE' Arniet Anderson after And alter showe.rs !=po:�C��:r!.n7 anor Ra.udebaogh. Ruhel Flint. :;�::�_�e\e.er;;,u�:e � g��: !�� :; �h: s��1 �n=: earthH�t.er the Oennan club' will con . An f Druggists ay qf the land' 'It loob better. By And best 01 all alon, the way. .:� �:���C1�bee:::r ��:a:� I. onnad.l. 1�lIty h 'I�:. �_ o n I S opp. . .. �: . l':!� ��o;'� : �: �,:, FrIendship an.dK�rtbK. day. : y All linn of buuly work @. . . .....................................,...,.....,..........." ..... , E)(�rt Permanenl W.ving Is .the feminine population of our' In� Well. foI le.. have you had enouabGar. O� 4S-Rl P.rkland stltutlon. no? Wellb we·re. u.viii, OUnJelves ror I�epend.nt ·Croc.ry · . Gifts wr.pped for .11 occusions K. K. the. neJ:t l&8ue. · R. I. Anderson. Prop. · Qu.llty�Knlttinl Co. Sc .nd up "COliege men are not sophisticated. ---, eY !:k : ce � �u: :; Fint Fire.ide· Hou r Wash. Brookdale : : h : ; ar I I th �t. • T"orn.. Wnh. . PEOPLE'S STORE ....: ::: ...:.:: ..::: Held Sund.y, Sept. 30 .....403 opinion of twO U. 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The orchistr&nUm'ben fUteen bera this year; and the� are til" RUdd. EI.��· · R�udeba"ih. Jltudenta parUclpilUns III .,Mld Andenon Ch.en . ulty Members Speak At Cere'Band's a.nd 'Plerer eoun�l� will �lncluded in . .a·eU�IUeli. . . Croup Leaden For ' ",.tion Meets October 14 ) Orchestra playen Incluct!!: thl.5 meet. T'tiit Se.. � of attention undiVided the HoldIng ' · W'i Hunter. Eu�ne B oyne. Evelyn Nt"'" Deal in Education" 11'111 bt� Elaborate services marked the forte\'ery listener. Dr. Frederick W. Melll- \'Cl'SOn, Laura tlauge. and . ) Opening Ita 1934 actlvltlea. the Drama Irlh annlvt'f'SIU'Y of the dedleaUon of the general theme. 'Il'Ie (cneral as- nest. V� a na U"e of Germa�y. spoke at Thomp.son. VIOlin:. MuJorle �aae and Club Paclllc Lutheran Coll�. Sunday. sembly ,,'111 be held at Stadium high he last present th� one-act plaYll t n met'ting of he . Gen lln club . Denn� Haldane. cla.hnet: H·.,rold 0'· 111 the will . OCtober 1.. From far and neu. old school In Tacoma. Sectional meetings t ct. Frfday nlaht. November: 2: at a CO.nnn, · Ralph Bolstad and Joe Han· eight ogym 1 6. T1)e �Lst of hI! lI�h ·clock. The program 90'111 &lao ' and new friends of the school came to will be held at Jason Lee Intt!l'medlate. o neral . German of typ the of e OUUI son. trumpet: 0111 Quale, mellophone; include entertalnmertt during the th· es ' "; gf' Jolt'i th� faculty and IItudenLs in cel�. 'Ou�f state ' speakers nI clude Dr. schools a�d how they correspond with �k Hayward, baritone; lJarry Qrlbwhich the' execuUve combraUng thl! auspicious event. Nonnan F. Coleman. fonn�r president 'bohm. "E" flat baM; Eldon ,. Is arrangtng. according to Bert SundAY's pr� was ope� with of Re«I College at Portland. Oregon. those of America. of social rating or natl�n- trombone: and ,Thelma Myhre. president of the club. divine &en-Ices In the eolleae" gytnna.s- and Mr. WUla.rd E. Gh·ens. superlnten- . Rellardlt!.!i:" alit)". ('very child of Germany la com- "It \s our 801m to produce Arnold ·Anderson. LUa Rudd: and. lum., at 1 1 o·clocll:. The Rev. 1.. C. Foss, dent of Qakland schooLs. :r S:tU�It;:el:�:red �e a�lv�= Dean ' Phillp E, Hauge Is general ��;: ��eatt���n:haUI��:u��a�� �'! :�r::r:::��� ��live en m Re T. . ('(Illege 'putor. serving as lIturgillt. Oth� ;�Va:�m;:;d::.l::O�L��. ��n�:; L�t� �hool l or vol�hule ?lrTelpOndl?g to Is' aelthetl�. . and to traln the our public and gra.m�schooll. ,aequlre more' proficiency on er musical numbers· 'inelud�: selec- eran Church. AndeJ&On�ou:,:1I1 Fn:�u�� e t e e e O . �11�U:� � M�,��Yo.�!n�::':� . . so: ::�:� :�tl�h��:rea�h�ag� �=:� �� ;::::: �=tor of Bo:e.n, H�len Ltlja. v1rltn1& �y th� college choir, ....Ith, Prof. J. 0. 1 Dean. Hau.e Will Speak of 18 . . In pre,Parauoni?or hi! career, orehesua. He further added that Edwards. director. ��g II free needs two flutes, one melfop�ol'le Dav�: Gertrude Brunner, 'O, ertrude At Mission Society Meet he may use thls time To be e ell: daYI�a Fnnch horn; oni! e,elfo, one strlng'ba&, StenberlJ, Tefella Bells, Roland' Swanw. trade school �';; ' In the afternoon. men prominent In 5On: Robert Bvare, and IJoyd Rot.!. the present and past historY of P. 1.. C., According to Mugaret Cralt. vlce- Able to speak �i-"�'ad tin and one drum. and one oboe. ll1i e studedt. la compep-ed.. � r � Uesd "The Pam�red Darlln,," wUl be �vGr�k fluenUy, hea ay ' as we:!1 as representaUves of the Luth- president, sals eld every T the next Mission Society en by Uta Rudd'i with the folof tHe flrllt and .at 2:fO. ' efan church anil of the public school meeUn wUi be held next Wednesday take nine s}'s.tem. addressed th� guests. Those evenln: in the recr,eatlon room: Dean �e\'en ),ears Of , the secondnat the day The Pep Band under the dlreeUon -:u... Ji ---i "" .... ..a., . .... .... .... � m; � ; ;:;.. m: � n � ;. � . � r . Pblllp t. Hiu� WUni-'{M-speater. pymna-.I�_� ,.� ot. of aWIs «�;; .... -- � � "'IIO"trt-vr:- c:-�. g G�y Hughes -:til gtve the scripture �e�:: a�¥.=:cI�OU� �e::w:� Tuesday and 'Illll�ay at 1.2:30. �: ���;Rc;·�V�·:.rn�I=:; :;:. read.l nr: · and I�ne Odell and AI.da guage c;ourse. Al ternating with this Ita personnel �ta o�: Mar�orle J. P. .Pflueger : PrIncipal Elmer T.1- Johnson will gtve a vocal duet. The " tJ'I'h Real G)'1hna,shlm where Meade, Stanle� Ford, Den�ls Haldane, nd v ni e :0.1 last meeUng was held OCtober 12. Pro- noe fooolreiIsgn the lang;uage 11 taUght. In com- clarlnet; RalpH Bolstad., Joe !:";:"'.'�' I R�ud;;b.'..h, 1����I� s an� �:-;���ces fessor J, U. Xavier gave a talk on home oarison with the Amer1� high schools and Herbert Hopp.·trumpet; Dean P. E. Hau� read greeUnp from enco� Jueal 5UP - and college! to which Utey �"POI?d, and Bob/ Krull. alto hom, . and the following: Dr. and Mrs Culo A. mlsslons UlrIon, alto. on Nesvtg read a selection the rt. MUt. fees of the day and !'HI cmna&- and , Erling . SperaU, Decorah. Iowa; Rev. O. Otter- po e prorram eon- sehool from the scriptures.. l or VoiJt.schule eorrespondlng to Frr.nll: Hayward, baritone ; son., West Salem, Wts .: Central Luth- slsted of a vocal,!iOlo T,h Bresemann Wat trombone; Harry , Paullne by . ts . M. fifteen or ten ma only low are being lums r Mrs e an Church. Taco ; A. COtnPfU?Jed by Thelma Daniels. and dollars a �'eAr. Many scholarships an bohm. . tuba; anJl Grady Hughell. . Christensen, and ,Ferdinand Chrlst.en- ac drum. poo unate r the unfort st 1 ass " "' ., sen. Asto� Ore. ; 'The P. 1.. C. Dorml- a,.. PlAn� solo by Edna TObl�n. ": '.,",". bo tory :\uxlllary; former P. L. C. stu-. ' e'completing a course In (lie Unldenta attendin, 6t. Olaf Coll�; Mn. Malon Named Treasurer After Big Homecoming . versltal . the ' highest institution, the '��r HennJ.ngaen. Astoria. Ore.:' Mrs. f Trustees Of Board o ' Mary Haliten. Canby. Ore.; Jeulse and student reeeh'cs hls cerUficate of rightF'ete Success fuI Harriet Snyder and mothnj and sister. net.!. a Yakima. W,ash.: Paul A. .Pi'eus. Cleve- "'A�t'...· r��hM obtained by be E may ension work xt � : �;�:�::o a Lu,e T"'n��� P'esent'"t p.,,,de, land Ohio Victor A Elvestrom Blue has ....... been e '=Ch jected to the position �f mera;'/W��hdl�:���=I�;:I��::�. ere, Hebron, gellinch.m Came, and Wn�.; Hebro�."Coll Earth, , ' ' .... treuun!r of the Pacific Lutheran CO'-t I ourpa :.eapo ,_ . M '-" N"",. , n.cV. J. C K D-o .... uu . MIX., P'oa,am There ls American unlveraltleii e e the -' specializes school '!.h1eh also German � �� n: � erso y fl H�= M;� � :�nary �: �= �c: �=� te qmr;n'� ect sub aching the of o� . those In a J In conjunction with lhe fortieth anthis olllce. e .. rtalnlng to German,,:. nlversary �lebratlon. Pacific Luthernn treasun!r � an auditor for �In , � theThe new � u�: !:i� ra the ::u!; ne� s wl . COllege � HIUer eeleb� ' Homecoming accordance ��� r Chicaco MUw·aulr.ee Railroad lille re me. every student ,lP'Bduating from week-end of. c;>cf.Ober 12.14 . . . anniversary banquet which W&! held m of ihe Luth- gi . the eoll� dining hall at .7 o'clock. and Is an active member m work, hool st u seconduy rorram a six p the evening . sc FrIday Dr. O. A. TlflIleStad introduced Dr. C. eran Welfare Society in T&eoma. In mont at manual labor. The purpose opened;. with a parade and pep rally, M .6: B Hoel. of .6eatUe, who acted as addition � �ese activities. he teaches . of this PrtloCUce la � disntfy labor and bell1nnlng at 7:30 o'cloell:. At 10:10 a t.out.m.a.st.er of the even1n,. The foZ- a Bible clau in.-:racoma. advance the producUn power of the p, L. C. broadcast was releaaed through lowing were called upon to speak: Rev. FoUowtng a seJection by the Pt',P M. L. Neav1a', ·Dr. C. H. Norrort, Re,,; M. T. Hoken....� Elected . land. and to democrauz:e tJ:le people. KVI. band, Clifford Mesford inten1e� O. 1.. � Rev. ll. A. Stub, 6eatUe; ' . :To Board of Trultees Coaeh C. O. Olson, Hal Vo�-w" lI:"d N. N. HaeenW, loin. M: I.ono, Rev, A. Nash Announc .. program a Red Crou . " -. . John Fadneae;, In re�to Saturday's Sydow, .Tacoma: John Van Leuvm, . . Profesaon. J. 'U. Xavitt, �. J. Rona, J. At a meeting on Monday, OCl,Ober 15, For P.p ' CI u · Meetl �g. footlmll.,ame betw�n p, L. C. �d f or; t Grantima-Give. H;' Z:�:�=�� · �;,=;. �e;:'e�:; �rothY .:.nd�rson. Helen LUJa, Mar- I:��g!:�� ��.��.�,. � !:u �=' to mtmberahlp on the Board, s�': a.are� Craft and Rhoda · tr:ote�t.&d w1J] Robert. M�l1IOn, Emmett Thompe(m, and . 01 P. L. C. 'Kicking Po., O. E:r.1ekaon, Abe:J'deerl, Wash. sang, aeeompan1� by the late Attorney M. R. Forde. The be hCNIteHeS to the Pep club meeUng Osten ElI�, ": 'In . hOoor of the oocuion, .Profeaaor In the Col- Rhoda HolI:enstad.; "COlpe chUdren,_,.uler � the N. J. HOiIfc wrote. a' poein. dedicated to board abo elected from Ita member- to be htid tomo.trOw. �ht . . . hall dining lege 8 o'clock: �turday even�, the old roell:1r'lJ chair. Grandma's goin( . �t the to Kra.abel p 101.1 the � Rev. Rev. BJug Hantad. the first prealdent of ·PL.C� arnf to the prea:ent mcum. office of vice-president. which Attof11;Cy Mary Nash. vlee-pr1!aident, hu ar- guesta gathered In.the.. JrYDUlAilum for ·to .tell you � bedUine .Itnr/," Before ranged the following 'procram: a r'Md- a mixer. AI lntroduced by John Van the worda h&d,'fairl" lett my lI�, there bent.. Dr. 0: A. nnp:lItad, which be �rde �p1ed. 108' by Margaret Cm(1.; a vocal aoIo by' Leuyen, .p� . numbe�j Includ�: -wt1d coaimoUoa my l1We i'H.d at the banquet. A. plaque or the RAmola Rust: ' and <Vocal duet -oy plam� selections, Bill'Bulser: .talk, Olal IJI'&Ildc.h1Jdren deserted 'their play ,and. �te Re1'. B. Rantad � alIo unYeile:L M.rie JohnlOn ' Arrangel rty Irene Odell Ida JohDIIOn. Soph Th . Haceneu, student body pruldent of scrambled together abOut'me. 'Ib1a wonwudooebJ.Prof. J. P. .PfIue- " apd A . F t P ea er ' a Lena 6ena B"�!l, 'I1:lelma .Neta, �bel WI.: harp numbers... Lewis O. H�ter; "Oh, IOodYt ioody," cried little cer b.s. PerllOD&l tribute to tbe ftnt . or . .. Ht'fit'm, and Edna Tobiason furnIshed talll:, Clarence �n, student body pres- the ·falrest and the younpat. . "TeD -' . PL.C: pra.JdeDt. I _ ' '. Kuakal numben i.ncluded: "wb,m At the meetin&' or the Sophomore ref�hmenta ,or the Ia&t Pep club klent of 1m:. reading, �t �aCCJb.. us f&try one, pte..e Grandma.'; RoDeJ 8bIIp Ul Old nme .... ... dua � . DOOD.p1&DI made for. meetln" which wU beJd October 11. son, clau of IV28; IO�, Mildred, Eve:.. "01;1, no," chrihlled the other a1z. . the Pacalt7 �Qautet:t.e � tbeater puty &0 be beIcl in the , . . 'I " . . Iyn, �'18Dd Clarebee UObIOD, clI.a -reu us about when you ..-01. t,O. ool. of IN4�: talk, �DCe �, atu- �:"_ ' tnc 01 &be If-I-- J. U. �� I\ t.u&ure. 'I'be preddeDt., � O'Con. M..... H...., Elected . '' . dent bOi1y �t., o-'�lts4;. oomedT ' "Yet, teD �t the'� K- 1laUlt. c.' O -.{Jllob. aDdA. ,!, . � '" appo6nted Marie J'ohD8oo.. � paR I&ad. � by Prat, .I, 0: .. ...... .Jobn DreIbelbU . aDd . Joazma. In the ' AUden& b.Dd1 el(CtlOa, be!cl 1k1t, CIlx Baupn and Bob Bvwe; YO- ap1n. Ten ua about the coUep Iddr.:. wardII; � 1iIDItaIre� aDd ...... � t.o mab au � �", "MaPel . B� waa' Cbo.eO eal lOlo. � ADder'IOb; taJta. CoM:b 1q pott.... plea.ded roma.aUc uWe 0.- . DCDet.te... acbool �;' ,�.. Yor the d... pI'Op1Uft to be 11� Pmhman' .C1&aI: 'reprWntatIve to .the C: o. Olacm, Jot; IIttcbell, JOhn �- ear. and hi; dreim,. � falrl7 . leaped. iuophoDe I0Io b)'· IIr:"'Lew1a Q. IIUft. inebapel on Ncwemtier 1, Mr. O'COOnor Board of Control . J[atberyn Anderson nesl, Sheldon .1Ipe, and � '8rinth; With excitement.. . er; "Dream' of �", m.mc ,,,, KID· ,apted poin Eline BenIon, eha1rmait � alIo ran for tne omoe,. Po; :tht "off1ee yells; Volly �orby and' Vern Kn��. ' . The,. arranpd tbemaeln. �t � !Det 'l'bom5*JD. accomp&nied by 'I'beI- JmeoiI. Ber'ptJ'Qm t.o � the num· 01 AdvertLaine Manicn'. Cllrto", Mea-. .'then followed - pmea, With refreah- 90 the floor, and eqerl,.- an1ted _� . menta concluding the evmtna· ' _ ____ ' •..,. _' / ,..: fCoaUn... .. �� ro� ran �. . .. . . _' _ _ _ : -- _ _ ''"''' -'�' ' �. '''-r- tll - __ brsda)' .nd Prtday. . Oc�·r· 2.5 and 40th . 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Pr�us �Co��:!: aerou the AOanUe �r�U��� .':= c;::":Chrtst you';e De��teJ': ·H.aro�d : Oct.n Paul HVlddlng �Some Editorial Writer ·hnney. Melba . ri reeord.. nidlec"I Ernie, a...t:rtt\K miMt'd everythln s: Reporters-Eldon Anderson Kathryn Daniels. Judith Benson. -1". C. Muon "I�.��. ,elUrlI' UfO When there ts' somethlns' Ellen Bergstrom. Thelma Daniels: Elizabeth Friis. Harry. Gribbohm. hm�� �?� e ra you w..nt ('On o . (' '"INKY" Hazel Hagerup . Mabel Heggem. Courtney King. Marian Kohler. �one and' need . don'( give up.-penbtenct' . albo g o by Robe a a " ,: o ; ' n � 'tI'" ':':;� ' W": :� , �:� : , ;::�:i ;.: = :;':.�;� Blessl�p d , N � , ; �f;�: �::�, �::::':n v � '�'�;P; e lItue50ln ,ir; l , he .... 111 . hear you. � � ..t Th.at·S one yO�....'"Ernie! . ' ere. . kY �t. W'W BUSIN�SS STAFF . -XaVier Prettythy . • lona: and ,Uken rur. Bertrum Myhre , 'Business Manage� . u� �: hB:e: �I�'\.$�Cee�:n��::; With' ersU,. football Unh· happy ; : �� nd .Clyde Grimstvedt The . O�lOn y A�slstant' Business Manager A . f'\"�n,puJT. ..stl: B n r �. cold nOl!te will tn".rl Il4.OOO mlle5 thb !lCaao� "It- . . r · U . I WlthJt,hy . James Advertising Manager ' Gillilan ·1I.l o. colder - i� �portC'd that ·1"IOOinln' hou.w. oD Lbe :nch fl rr'fln and he. neve� rorgot lt. the hlU Id L i I k ger ue l 7Pf ' . . ' beds I Y:faee. h t. :n :hl3ke;s l:; � 1 �1 Ja��:re�'cr�t� CIll11pU.. wHI �move' aJl" ,rei'alar . §i ���:::!�� z-:����� u t that : Thru thy blaek. hW s . jBunty grace: ,..... - 1'J . J Hong and O. J . Stuen ' an,d . ln� � I" Pullma,n..... bertba. . Faculty Advisers fIay�r'lI ", fet'l at home when tbe Ih�� :'I1I�: !:fn�\lo:;�=:� . ;�:Om From my hem � sing· thla ditty . 'Of:a..on b o,:rr. ') OU\ on th� . oth�r side. . . how nice 1.0 be 'a kitty! . ' ru Oh e II I ... every kitten . Fortieth � I:nrsary Reflections . Pr-Ince tho� art ofwhom _ -� li'SCII��}�';::�: :::.. �e� :�. Thou I'm smitten. has come and gone, The A unh·t'rslty Is Just a collection ot Ic! The fortieth annive .ary/celebraticn arc one by /' o our troubles �111 diMlPpe�. .....hleh the plarr r .re.tur M � r Let the Jealous show their scorn! things that it has left wi t�; to think about are very interesting. buildin s t The eve.nts: that"�ave occurred tiere in the past years. could .well . make cccaSIOnallY between Im portant sames EI::n:�rm�:s ��:�:Inak ���: �:��s� Thou art pet �f all the dorm. ' I.. a saga of plone�rlng worthy of a R.olvaag. We can pIcture In the eyes �truth. Be Thou hlUt more t,han othrr �ts lind dOl\.n the coast. . . to lace the of our ImaginatIon scenes of the early ScandinavIan Lutheran settlers the college the situation aCtually Thou a be much " wuss" as the¥ labored to clear land and make for themselves a home here BI�d I� lhe tie that blnch Bnd I ble 10 Thlnll�hiuitcouldall ah{ays PuSSI In the far West We can see them as they met In small groups In do"n t wrinkle �tflnd 011 thy rret for I also am a Bless.1n8s on the Little SImply constructed church bUIldings whose snowy whIte painted · m n flBle . .. : walls contrasted With the green of the fit trees We can almos t Co.edOverheard�t Lc-_is G . to � • • • ... � they that Me ....I!lins Thnt is a polo field the boys hear theIr sertous vOIces speakIng together concerning the educatIon shall Inherit the earth � �� s 10\lIl'r than field Icarn tofor they Jesus of theIr children In the knowledge of the Bible . had free mind yO:I?i,���: I You students are supposed to be After defInite plans were laIC! for the construction of a school of \1,8\lng polo' IPve bac to Ood your minds :- Marce il DrestSh I !hlnkers we can see the work In progress the wagon loads of brick hauled by e back 10 000 lour ver�� 00 l ilt.; & CO"''''.'U IR0�646 horses from Tac-oma FInally came the dedicatIon of that edifIce JO'.' M itchell Is the rastest _arbler In Ohnto '. .. ... lite with that goal In m n a1!d 11!l'.. ...... . .. . . In 10 sec put I whIch IS now our main bUIlding Here were assembled a group of cchool HI' ,ou "'Ill rind It Is a I t :r un I e about a thousand people There was a long program of mUSIC and oncts-,.llat. � � _�v � I o -Bureul Travel " Tacoma speeches In whIch were echoed the hopes and prayers of these people J(/ Dome$" t .Jnd ore 'g'" 'r..",el that the work they had ·done might be frUItful Let us look long at There 15 d ffe�nce or flft,. unb ln /, e In�er Bnd htrhcr Pul�man berth. Th;e Burgoyne Vi.i....- ..,ai� thiS gro.up for It IS from them �hat P�Ctf.IC Lut�eran .<;ollege. has re hi".�.I,;"S�:�!.c. lo.- you \l¥l rgoyne . P. � C. st ceived Its character�mp. It IS their ploneertng SPIrit. theIr hope · h1 tther Is the lowe.r �uae It iJ h1rh • �rv,C'e Chtrge B rnt . t---"7 ' . . No u .WI"th� It nd because u : r Ott Hlln� e rh l is r e w lo the h ror sc"ool's this througha of source inspiration the �" I been l has that fulness . ha� JUS! returned tron {i. two ....eek.s T,com.J. u t ... 6,he out the years. visit at the world's�lr In Chfcaao. h t r m --What followed the dedicatio ) is a long period of growth that l It I� rumored t�at when Romola Rust �:y :l: ��;:Pw�� re�:tl:: �; ���: . takes us up to the present day. This ' growth was only broken by the �ta ted school she brought a frame lor ' WO.rld Wa� which caused the recess of a few years. The uniting of her dlplomfl along .....Ith her. Some opu. and. MlnnellOta. Char�ei Rosenburg . . ' the efforts of several LJtherat:" synods has made possible a greater mlsm. Ottk. s.."lift St.tktaery program. -Servic•. Wo�k",.".h;,. Qu.lity ' t to 9 1 3 PKifit Ave. Now. as we view t�e past. should we not be thank ! u! for what· dOr::.. �e;:.,: ���im�::! :: p��: Landi. Shoe Re.Suilding .(:o. for hope WIth forward look not. we has been accomplished? �ould t"e fire and four hoan to pat out Lbe 706 S t. Hel.ens A",e. a longer growth for PaCIfiC Lutheran College? p,..,ietcw. R. Trow,", firemen. PHONE MAIN 6 3 1 8 . : . ��_._____�__...., . ll. shouldn 't be told. but: Oertrude Gift To M.nkind Luther's, � P.rkl�nd Barkr Sh� e . ' and ' This month the Protest.ant world .is ce'l ebratin� the four hun�- �:��.:\nei-:;:ri �o:� �:U4l� "You are Most likely to Confectionery redth anni-versary of Luther s translatIon of the BIble. I t was thiS his crop.-a dlfferrnt . find it at · memorable work of Luther that gave .to the common people of cne tach da)'--Goorge Brockway had 1_ KN N,:,. +-__ GE .. o _ ,.. _u.. ll_ Tso _ '"'._ � '_ p"", _ Germany a direct access to the Holy Scriptures. The result of this his hair cut and looks naked-J'ane Rhodes. ' Brothers" .. _ popular enlightenment every person knows. We. ourselves . today Williams has � acqulllne prome (big . r "If:' word. little lellowl-Edna Kelsey does I are' indebted to no one individual as much as we are to Luther � n ms l h y When we attempt to visualize such an individual whose work :��le � ICal1�rln:S: c�::; :::.� �: :��t�O�':;U � 70·':!r�� Co.plini enh of ext., COIt .nd the work is don. can have suc\:! an influence on. the world �e f�11 �hort of understa':ld. dreamy ryrs-"Toots" Thompson was by eKPerier1Ced WOI'"kmeo .t . ing him; we only know that 'It .was. the InspiratIon of God working seen at the banquet Saturday nll.eWEST COAST through the man that accompltshed such wondel's. a:ione!-and Herb?_AJllnn Arne and LEHMANN· ��T8sFIN1SHI NG l.:: m= n= : � · riy= .. : :: o.:: C= ti::: "::':: :: ,, d M::: ,k::'.:: �I:�'�r�:� :or: ���:u�,�. !;; �:::P::.:: GRocERY Ylvilaker To Speak G>'---- il : N. M. Ylvlsaker of Mlnneapolill I the oUenSivr .as Is Helen Holtq.mp . \,. WIll speak at a Joint meetlns of 'othe on WRECKER SERVICE Fr�nk Skinner Co. with Frye-a true footbal1er�hold1li. 1' Trinity Junior and Senior Luther' his own 'agalrurt the oIU'USh-Amy 011. D.y and Nite . AmOcat ' LADI.ES ·A.PPAREL Leasues lomorrow nlght at �Ight 0 · bert. who Ia that blond chap from A.a. BOYNTON'S SERVI ICEPtoducts · T.co .J c1OC In the chapel. �it:�;:· . 939 8r�dw�y m : ColI. J � ,. 01 ll!i.....................................: .� R l u CO. KniHinl ty i . Q i�GS � S I ME�������� N� . DR. WM. S�ITH Den';" ....., S.n._ 0" S"""" ,��r;;;:;ZE!�, Higher Gradei!l- ' For Y.'ou GArl,rtd 0154 R..2. En te�

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Rner the. qUite an effrClent kicker. He proved thiS In the: Bellingham ga;me "'Ith touchito....n. Arter mRklng thret' thl"lnscl\'es. sand Rt preUnt his gridfron Tf'Rt"!1l"MI had f'eCOl'trcd a LuUlenn by place kicking the bajl from about the· thirty-yard line square be- corue u�h't rlrsl. down� the Lutheran" � h is hUtina on a!J �yllndets. For. r hl ma · c mb on -yard and a own ed l on . trail tht d I<XII. ns e d n !l for posts goal pq ree the h t' tween the necessary . ints to win. Great on .the A��y twenty-yard strip. ?Il.· Th' tht n�t tlmt this lIta.JOn the sqUlut n,Sool('n aherthth 25start of 3tfher �.second k. e retaliated. by dOIl.·�be .Ju.�t about tull stI'Wath. the Buck ! . ' ' . loci, the OladlatOMi n- wor . .Coach . .and more. pOwer to .you.· 'SOldlers took �he ball for a flMlt ·downe .wlll : 0111)' casually being Pordt. �nd. .s. a _Viking �ck . behlnd hls pwn ]fOal Rnd after a coublt ' of plunges more who. Is stili out wlth,astan broken tinpr:' "'0 tr n k o e c of wloWnd Although record s Albn'ly �;�� i:;: :�:a��:�a� a�� '�o,: � n ::�� ��: �:)��;a:e �:a� !:::'::� •.,'e not, r' rl('r.' for repealed IO&';eS. . �.'" telun rnalr;;!naX-Uch )'tlrdlge! The qUtU'4 !�:t �Yt�::��·: :,!Y��e���t �:; Thl� undkl the lICOrlng until the lAst e , ...�m ter. tnded with the ball In Army's ter� Rrt pla),lilg In fAsl «IlIlllAny and the)' rnlnut('s ot the flnal .q�arter. although a .11 10 SCOte ritory In pc:t5.5t.5llon ot P.L.C. . h!!, \'e IL�ulllly InKllIlgl!d t? score' on nell. f�l!- . G a l , twice penetrated the Th.e- �nd quarttr bt-tlln 'wllh P.L.C. of thei r opponents. AI'8any COIler-e. in � in stOri-and ; � Ikmgs n')'8.rd stripe only fo lose resorting 1 0 An attack. Their view of the fact that.tllis gRme will be . . wu· stopped,aerial, 'Ie b . . ' -"{ I ;: to stubborn Bellingham de. . . attAck h owevtr. when Mr. h ir g 111mI', wtll undo'::!bt.holtlecomh{ t e , feh1'j However. In the IMt fh'e mlnh Intercepted a P. L. C. pa.'5, edly bt. pOinting' for P.L.C. Boy. was that some crowd at the'Homecoming game last we·ek. Donouijfollowed suit with A ttw �aSst-lI A "'Rnl p!,aylng before a crowd Qf old \::1 of p!a�'e thet LutheralUl. sewed up It was the most enthusiastic crowd in the lincoln Bowl for'qu�te Army which ended When Mitchell re�urn.ed Omdt- ts usually twice as tourh' �;II':�� �� h:� �':\'::::� ���r!: � some time. The cheering and rooting was superb, and that's what .the Rnd Intercepted one, Bellfnglllllil found out two wee�. "10. Vlklr\g 1)1Ii... ....nd . returned the ball �nto 'it takes tei have a winning bal.' club. Our win over Bellingham was Gacompliment due Jnlnr posse�on 0' the oval Army thlll gRml" Is exp('Cted to be a thrlller . .t o a Jarge �.t�nt. to th' e swell spirit and enthusiasm that w<!s �t'Orlng territory. ' c mt to her feet and started a drtve_ Coach Olson hIlS �n drlllh)g his The whole p, :L. C. outfit looked Its prevalent at that game. Let's keep it up gang . and P. L. C will be � I nded as tht gun' sounded for . �. I ' n R3 L I n lle!!t 'A·!th Hanson:s kicking. and o'Con. on top of the football list. �h� C:al; :�I�� O���:e:�. :���: �:S ���l ��;� I g A de'�f'!llned bunch ot Gladiators tlcularly I'ffe-cth't' 'In thtlr last two � � ::;·�u�����lt��.�.h�I:}��:;-n::� B:;� ./ came onto the fltld at the start of lile lames .... {'rt' the mainstays for tht Teach. 5eCOnd half. Alter Sylnth reem'ered " _ crs. · rumble deep lri Army ��rrltory the The Iitleu l>J: 1.utheran.s made. rtrst do�n through P. I.. f'. BelllnrhlUtl BONE DRY SHOES: line. Moe . then stePpe� back and tht LER Dreibelbis Odell t few beautiful pa.s.s to OConner for Fr I than Fry!' Lm .Wntern . . · Wear . . e touchdown. The try for point fa!l' ' 5. Hvlddlng LOR �:::: . Ski. the score WILl 6 to () in laYor ot don· t believe that any of us have gotten over· the game be �-.L·and .Anny Fadness C I Waara ' . Boots seemed to be weak:enlnR Ql'enler ROL Tomoo tween the Vikings and the Gladiators. The Bellingham squad cam and CZ a rtsult HiTQPs I· . R wer� bo�s O�n's um!ti.a., C over British of win a ol UniverSity Svlnth RTL the Milltr down here fresh from Golf the In way territory. NUM'n REL Davtdsen They had a " Cocky" air about them thinking that P. 1.. C. was"' just The u soldiers Shoes ,q,uarter opened with Moe Moe . Miller anothe'r school they were' going to bowl o�er. Well. they wete one p ing to �� .,. Q Sport OCOnner SoliI' . r�r a to yard 'gain.' LHR Franklin powerful team, but not as powerful as th.ey thought. You kno�.; 'that and Shoes score seemed �mmlrient.. . Sand"!;'!on Bailey old saying about ov�r.con,fidence loses many ball ga·mes. That .is Theyanother RHL For M�n lacked tht punch. 'however. P' Ludlo",' Tarte just what happened to Belirngham. Anyhow.. they played marvellous. and all on do ns. Subs-Po L. C.: NelliS. Votaw. Han- Iy. and must be commended upon their fine playing. tThe game, l05t the Women .C. btried 2S wpasse� comple ted· 9. �on. MarUn"Jack. O'Connor. and Mlt- had just one thrill after another from the st�rting gun to !he finish'. ontP.Lbe�g Men's Intt�pted. total yardagt chtll. Bellingham : Boggcs. Ouglom, We are sure that all who attended that gam(' will n�ver forget its, 101. Pt. Lew13 tried 16 pllS5es,\�pltt· Dress Zombers. Grtmmlns. Lar:son. and thrHls for many moons. Shoes ed 1. three belna intercepted. �.L.C. Whtiller. 5. '5. . m e do ns to Lev.rts· n R!'frr l' t: Gillihan. f'o!J te first. w Pt. . e en. I .s v e neu\ l,i1. To: � cu ps: F( Lew� � Rent " Bike !ilUle NII:� . Left HeIsay W. j LTR ..Lan�t Buy Ouldoor Shoes OUldoor me L. ,.hoe hNdqu.rlers, Here will Martin .LOR Martln"'1:;'A��D8!�A�;� ! find Ihe I'flest r.nge of styleS.· C. . Parks Padl)ess SilH ,nd' widlhs in lhe Norlh .icre.... .ad P.rts Sold j Hansoll" . .. Lattas ROL west " Really LOW Prices, i!l."".""".."....".....,,,........,,,,...... ....-r!j 5 5 " th . REMEMBER'- F" ,ory �elhod c re . ta Shoe Rtp.irinl wurs lonler. . ...... � . .. ... Mc . ��� ��:�gU� lo���;!�e��i �:�� � �e�r; o�� � ;'�. they looks beller. y l more ��'eto�:�!:�\�: � e by ordin.ry Donough Q ,h,n shoes repaired players Oregon and one to Washington. have a most promis. �oe RHL ...... .Ales mel�$. ing array, Fort Lewis. however. succeeded in winnirig a deCisive VOConntr . o taw .LHR . . . , . Ft;terson . victory over them and we beat Fort Lewis. We should be able to !..lIdIO� . . ..Boblck· take 'the cardinals into.,.camp. . Now. now. there you go. What did SUbS. � L.C.-Mltchell. Oreqltr. Hvid· · are numerous. therefore we have we just get through saying? Upsets SHOE STORE 1 Sa �e�n�:::ldi.J� � not won the game until" the sixty minutes of playing time is over. , .dI���:: � : . RUST .UILDING

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'32; .ttended ' Lu�. �9nna . � I:JQyd Thompson.- and 10 education in the .helf1c Northwest. and who remaJ.ned. Its Welon, friend and . �OCrI.cy, .and an .addreA_.bY ·R. ev. Artb- �I C ollege last ye..r and Is �ow t.each1I:.I VI,.-tnla Hlr-tt.i w"re nted benefactor, AND . ., .p� at Lake Stevens near EYe� �- mIt� to. '�. ·· To PRESIDENT 0, A. TINGELBTAD, wbo today. •1. the bt-rlmilltg of' tm ur Bell of Taeo� � I't.ooent bOd . 'Y .._ ____� . other forty years: hu !be prlv1lqe and respons1billty of dlreeUng"the only . J C l .- . d n . ,n-- ·� ODe) 0la. Overlie, '32. is.teac·hl:ng .school li�pe .propam. C ( oDU�.� Lutheran lnst.1tu�ori of Ita kind. in the "llftltem one third of the United,' S!Ates, . tale. n atl by to begin niy at Eatonville. W Uh. �·' m r Bl ....'_�" Ah��i!� ",_vI:,.�, LIII .., ..·� In u.n .... m "".... .. . ....... H many yean aro. wtten.- I was :::e=:.��: :���b�;=�:ly �� oo laJd Its a ltI&ny _ very: ybuna: rul, I entend �lflc ... Marte: �r.:n�. who .&tie�ed bert I�t hu vtai� tort)'-apt ..tat.e8 and alae .....4 u4j.. <!i4.lt .. l;' � �:" ..:.,:j:;•.• Luthen.n: Colli way out og �e W�t year is woriting fo;. S, H.. Kreiss . & ·travel� u�na1�I)'. �h C� ... . ... "-... -. pia,,, ... , �� �o:lco. !te::' �;" Company In · �lIInrham. Waahlt}lton, Do, �:""':':-''':.j d '!i.h''';:'':'G:.I.'': a� =,facedI lt�the-::�p� � yoa .taow' odr: 'i!ii �':"... which .m:.. C �' ::':: : :c;"J:� ��!�k.·. .,,,,,d. �. � ! �:� !!:;"' I,:!od""�"':.n"f.::"'�.::."" Ia..d. Hopp. .'33: and Jesse- Pn�eee�, .she la a'Senlor In Hlah S:chool. hav-' whlch a tra1l Wound Its,way tow-ard & 'John ,h.llk ,..,.. dftpl,. M.ft .. ( OId. U!1iver- Ing attend� P. 4/C. fot ·four JH,n. Wko . . ..... gTOlip of tall evet"tlftn8, At tirst this Jr.; · '3t: are attendlnr.Capltol �:d. ,;:., r;:, h:!�:�i"""' · ·"d cold. J:::[.!,:�!�..::��;�=:. I"H,I. Her leadership qualiUea � � evl. . "" ll CoI In slty 'to algnllican much have t n d .umbue, Ohio. dl trail ce · .. -" h, dent. bein, PfMJdent of the .00�D becaUlt we thought It was just·an 'And h."' ...... ,h.,,1 ...... ·..ift,,4 ...."d" " . CIU.�c vlCt:-pni�ent of the H!ih·SChool �� a la '33 J z.a:cki1soi:i . ordlnag path. Howe�r. I soon notu now ohn . �:: t 'i:-S'�,,�' ; � ..<t � I;:ii . .. ' h� """, h" ",.,h" ........ A"d ..1 I"",,,. ", u4 .... of .�Inne- '���:�:n :!Yae: �=�� r= AI.o. .. . �':' =u.����l::eil:=�n�:: �:��try· .at �e unlv���� . ....... .. ... . '-, l , r.:.. '�� n�:�Io::' '��i� ...... t....... .. )' th ;!.e�:ca� ;:: : '. �Ye!e�:�' ::�o' . -- ) _ :� n::= :��!�:n: ::�\=�O:·:�t� ...�i,..:d"' ��· ' �� :.:: t��.�� ":':;:"'Alr ;�!.o:��; .:: =lr�::��;: ��:n; �n!��I:'��O�� ;�: :�:' In�;!:r::�:����'' 1s teach1Ri �. does . o " . no�' tallt muC;-h. she hu • aood . .!..��I�·�·hl�;'� ... .u. "�--''I- �ICltlna pOOt. '1 suppose: �mebodY non-. ' : . . _W!IJl� Z ler" '34. BUI Kn�tzen . '32:. ·,,·o� and itmlle for .e�e, and 11 chalen y lDlOrmed-me'� Ied-u.-.,... � n e :i t ctorKiili Fnd Bchee we that � there right � d decl "We . . le --mmtber-of- o�lf' would InvesUpte, sO we f�llOW� the wlio atte�d� here In '33. are now at- group: . ' vatuab �:..Pfkili".d"..i� �!.�'b;�d"::;"o: �;�:..":d'hd:, :tOft":'.' .... tra.ll . - It was a lovely walk. Finally tending the UniversIty of Washington. N Preu waa d rtbed I "D we came to. an abrupt stop for In the Wtlliam is studyIng. law. Bill chemistrY. i-Oa"r;::O !" ... ,h.' . .. mIfeetddlehigoth. theSurelypaththiwass oouldn· a postt be'several Pr� engineering. and Victor is enTh.i. ..jot 1001'''; us �at : !!:� "d,,;!"." i..-�:i. Jf.::.),.-:-,h I..,. what ro.l ed In the school of BusineSS AdmlnBome �doyWtold Orl ari Asper born tn. �a. · ratlon I s t every one went out to see. �h . I"'oph... ........ .... ;, "h... or . ...... .. VlrglnlR .Davis was surpri.sed to 1lnd "We were d.l lsWustOned. fwe went W.. h...,od .n ,h., ....,. ........ ,..d ,...... .. . "'·h. d,... ..... ...... O d n I re I as I .. .. .. on �� :.!:..,t:::'k"i:l� �,,' �":f :�:':o ��!� ta!!e�� :: �'o:!:n� �: h: �_ ��:/�:���og�� , xyeen will ex��: ��!f:���o; m"iudrd h, I . ..d about, The first now. w�rlrJng In the regtslrar'a off!ce ,Cll'x..Haugen and Bob tlvaie p�nt_It was. really wbat all .. ... ... . ... ,h .. .. bu 10.... person whom I met was a profeasor and also t.ak.lng IIOm'e--cluses at Whlt- ed a very_good skit at the Mixer. .."k<. i """; who mumbling-to a grpup of stu- man COl.lege.' . . ... .... u' " ", ..,ond In AL meeting of the H: & Studentdents and 1 overheard &crap at "What And ,h",,.,fod. ,h... 'h...... h"'" l."d heIngwas saying. I gathered he was -oflJ · Lien who attended: P. 1.. C. Body yesterday �h�' committees were Will hi... ....u in ''''' ..... � las�arga.ret . .advtce. (or 'as I passed" he 1aai t year. visited school last week� Mar - chooen. �e co�prislnlJ' of Vlrgtnla � ��a�;.I�!�n�1ng .buslnet\ll COl ege . :;.�. ISM�b�ai;:n':�n�r=!i:" �::�:�t have a '.lItUe roman� I/ _. part; to be held In. Nov�mber: � I The next person I met wll,l ap� \ . GrlbootUn and Orlando . Aspef . were' .. �:,r, �� I b�h ';:::4:::;' ::�: t.n.h,. JU'A'¥ut t. D. R.4A..et I nciude, Iy a student 'w�at do you kn i ' c t i h�: �::�:e;S:::.· ,�t do�t "----; ,Election and ' Pr.ogram ��s·!i::et��.':n����;'de� l ':'� i.:.'-' :�:..::..: ::. w y::: ::::: :: � ,: ·"·.-' ;:: ·;.., :: = -"M, -::: "� J_ -'._ "_ ;'� _;_ · -_ -'-" � ::: ::.. ::: ".:: '·� :i: -' ''' '.::: ;='' .� L" ::: : / ::: ·B'-' !_ L!._ ,.·" tong have aappoi c'onsUtutton (!lnt! .t�� t �ow about th� ItICkln� PosV' he �ul Preus �n� 0.' T clded t-------� I Craduating CIIiI Cives followiAlice were nted to arrange' aruwered, grinning. He Wen went on., StueMesdames hoetesaes .to the last meet-' one:' were 'FELTMAN 6 CURME Bot, ' ElIZabeth Stuen' and � te me Its history. ·It l!eem� that to ll at E'!'tertainment Chapel the Ing of which the eld a t !? � . Betty � .R. M.... $"- $1.65- alld $4.85 Svare. the It I c ldng post had been a part of . W--.· Style. SIIo_ a'" Cbfords campus. so long t I�; had become a :.e Pr.eWl residence, . Thursday, October In place of the usual -business meet- colle '$1.00. $1.60. $3.95 -'-----the Graduat.tng Cl.ass ge tradition.�One year a trtOOP . Rhoda ot lng. members . 1 1 29 Broadway HoIr.enstad, presld�nt. oonduct.- I i'-----------+ students from a rival.... scb'ool. the ed th� f�er of chapei presented a musical program in el e ctl � n of oH1�nt. Marand College of Pug.et Sound. came �----4 l last Thursday. Roland- Swanson. class very named Cra was. et t dent vlce-p� : LIEN fr- SELVIC T removed the post, gFraredrlc�fBch�busch was usly o unceremoni 1P.'-.. l prf!Sld ent. presided. chosen 1If!C foundaUon. Unable' to repID Rhoda Holtenstad and Thel.m& Dan- trom Its whUe the �rea.aurer to be s i Bonudele Buuty Shoppe ,thelr prized po&se5S!on, · the Lutheran retary. . plano program a leis the with opened Dr.uggists . It with a much more' Bernice H.uge. AI! lines of be..uty work duet. "TrIumphal March '" Marjorie students replaced --i-I Thls one • wooden �::y � =e�;ma1l:1 Of, � P:o l .... c.r. .�5�:i'm..nent-W·P;rtland Meade played a cl�net �1'0 "Louise." securee post. s .�:��:::n��? ::o:�o:' �r;: Of1\'l�hhl�hce:a:nt�:t:� 0: � of: the S�:':t :.alon�" b; !;. Gifts ..� a�dl�� occ��ions ��v.;:��� .......� elen IHon China, !l£amp, and a talk on "Re- � �U�O� of atudenta! ---<8 1 0wn compositions. He also played. a InlUals of hundreds or by " � Machle. "'_ Small R.dios on En, Terms � t the thought m o "I e once vlolln.solo. "Roman�." A:rIwld Ander.... "i son ...." .....""..."".......... ... Hokenstad, wh�.was 1 'Just tHe tnins for Your room @'" presented two vocal soi08, ''WIthout 'a little romance In , ule ht'art,' a.qd e 0t asals;tpres. Rhoda ent f the orpnlmttop � CO. j a Bong:' and "He Met Her on the then It �urred to me that th15 �lUat 1e:c edpr ng, :;�!f. ?et Craft was CALLENKAMP'S chosen 764. HOPPER 761 St. Hei�s BrO.ldw..y KELLY 1 ,!' � laa real1Jed I 1 Stairs." Miss Daniels was accompanist be the setting for romance. 1 1 1 ' , Broad.a, vtce-presJdent, P'rf!drIcta Bchl';lllbuach, ;1 . . ' . . t Re.1 Heavywe' er Li n ed then that the k...I c lc1 n g pest was not s ht Le .. . o ists. � for the so :iti . l .... . .... . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . . . .... . . . . . .. ... h ....." Ski Broque.. Speci"' $3.95 � The committee wbo arranred the merely a post. but . rendezvous tor secn�: Bernice Hau�, �asurer. 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Rhod•• BrOth..... . �e�ti���it:. oth.rs�l� P�:;:�;i t� i'C�..�cw:!°b�:':��n���1 marrt Boye::.I.end. ��. "V'!h.t _ c:lo you m�an, �::�ngSul� m:e:j�w:h�. no� aSSOCiated With the wgmes of student life. We may find other / � reasons more complJr' Undoubtedly much of our sarcasm is due Peony·. ..Oh, Jack. HOW d&re YO� hol� �" is teaching In �I� . simply to thoughtles!fless. We do not think of how the other person my hand If you are �ot seriOUI. :� o�;:." C 'C will fe.e! towards what we say. . . Some of those dorm guys who h.,ve u·ndi'· ShOe 'Re-Iuiidh.i Co. a habit of turning up I.te ror llrst M'Udred Bervl� also of -31 ls teachBlend Character With Scholarship 706 St. HII�$ Ave. alarm clock In Ing at . Crocher. W:ashlngton. classea �ve In paSSIng through the reflectIons of Education Week . .the period their roomS-but the trouble Is It .P��M�iNT63�8i . c te e c s �:e: f�� ; ���Z off while they BTe ,,_eepin l. . loea ng J.: ;:I h1 e h � _ nl I = at�� ��I::��n� ���I� �� C��S�i::���;�c;e� �n ��:c��:�� �� ������ h . .= . '. ' = . .= .= . = . = .= .. . = . '= · masters his lessons it is of little wort� unless his character can Old you ever go to ciaas . ' ' apply this learning t� .a good purpose. Of what blessing to our 'Without your les&on., , : . ' " " " " ;' CO' . EDS' . '. : " ; " " ' '''''''''' Dan\" Flo" , 4.'." -tum.. l"-· :� society is the skilled criminal. pr · tl:ie crooked politician? Of what Scared sWI." Fairbanks. Alaska where he baa been i -You'l! find i;' .It . worth is the selfish acquisition of knowledge that is not used to'help WIUy yOU(. all sum�er. heart in your mouth. . � 1 hMarcell Dress Sho'p ' � someone. How . much more valuable to' �iety is the Christian And you hoped and reared. character who sees other besides himself and who uses his trainirtg 'And waited tbroulh the draRtng min . Nellie Ue who gradu.ted in lt02 � 1t 6- COII"".'�' . IR. 2646 . ; to help· others. I"t is for thiS reason·t�at Pacific Lutheran College ' utes, .. "." ..........,i!I President of t.'"\e 1Ii . has been elec ' --��-; considers character of more imgortance than SCholarshiP. Th�'ldoes "-nd tben the her caUed on yoaf North ' Pulet Sound Circuit Women" r--:--. institution� �hol. So did I. M\!!.'Ilon.ry Federation . not· mean that scholarsliip is pushed aside at this arship is deemed very important. It is the e.fficient tool ""hlch the eol· Eva Nelson, "3 1. 15 teachlnr Christian character employs to pr�mote good in this world. Overheard in the Hall . cm::.i!:.':: The renewed aim of Pacifi"c Lutheran College. then. is to blend "Old you ever take chloroform?" Jlns. Washington. 9 1 3 Pacific A.... character' with scholarship, to. make rich the personalities of its "No, who teaChes It? " : stude(lts who will have resourcefulness in solving their individuaJ problems and who will be able to contribute sometbing to the com · IT"B BEEN ' HEARD BEFORE: BOtol E QRY S�OES Haugt!, "Let me give you m uample." - will -�ve. MMe. for munities in which they · ·:a ! ·'''''. '·. '..'..''..' · ' · ·:· ·' .·'..'''·''. W. ......n W.,ir· � �w:e � w-: ��uBt� O PMltI.n;jl� = �; r ::::: � t . . ·.od $,hop Ski, Frank Skinner Co. � ' . Honr, "I aomeUmea wonder whether Boots �� i'ni .CotofoctloMry sary enouah work." Ec;Iwarda. �'u sivina th Sale Anniver HiTOps 45 i LADIES APPAREL GOlf GEO: KNUDTSON, Prop. TK�' 939 B�dw., Shoes . III. , " . . . . .,..I......" Sport .. . .. . SJioes ' j. . HeUo. fellows! Rehl Reh!" · Xavier. " For Men D R_WM. �MITH CO. 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O·Connn·a placelt�1r. to sco�� .O'QolI��r conver.ted. to live · went "fide. . ' the Olads seven point · . e.cl. Just r'J"aklnl .clvantale . of a · blocked �fo� tullJ·Ume. the �t.h6ana I ac:ued . s. s. n af Wouldn't it be nlc. to ,.t · . cr.ck .t thOle t: ' .. 5. �':t����h: ��e=. � : ��oln ,:�.� sc: �'7:=Th. whol.,town ."d .1I the "",denb .,. cI�",orln, Jot • poI,t-••••o. 1 the IItCOnd time In five mJnutea, when tempt at �cOnveralon faJled. .to-r:��' . , . II "'" with Sandber,·. m...., On th.. b.. i.•. •f Captain Hal Votaw allc1 . 'around . end The 0ladla4ln broke loc.e ...In . ·ln hawe .n ad,_ on th.m. • nd with the �ot.l. from the elght.yard marker. ThIa,t1me the IMt quarter. aftel' havtl\f been held i. no. our boys' would 'hind . ,oocI ch.nc. of t.klnl )( ''fOnner's �Ick Wall Iood to s:'ve P. L. scorel,elll d�rln, t� third, when Moe it m·.ter�ali." �r not r.",aiM � 'be ....n. but It', • ,004 c. a thIrteen. point lead. The tim uared from the 0nt:-yard" line. after ln e e 1 e r:; �=eO�U��:�ras: � :ra� �:.!;. ·ln::::�:� =; their opponentll . f!ve·yam atrlpe. pus and trolled' to pay dirt In the last With their offetw monienwUy IUC· 30 aecorldl of 'pla'y, .The ·converslon ded �=s b���;':�h:. ::�i�;� o�ame_m 1dUL. �.t.c._ =�� one�y.ro· Hne. after a . thlrt;-jard p. L. C. earn. en f1l'11t do� to ed l had put the pIgSkin. In acortnl poAl. Albany'a six. P.L.C. · 111';" penall!led 30 Hon. A plunge for "convenlo� failed. yards and Albany S� yards. Albany l d T eh th lh m ������e�:d:rn��. �:�r �:;er:: �; S. . s. :�II�� IJl �!df���� � . \ lY- s �!��!��:=������:. �:: the U.8.S. Maryland, Rnll. In rollmg Immediately after the kickoff openl· pU&tS, completed 'five. and. none were L.t', .11 b •. • t the ,.",e Frid.y. Sinc. it, i, to be �� :btY;��O �l��to t,e: ::nentA of · the' ,ea.Oft,·· _ w.nt .. larl• .• crowd a I lf t In .,9..ilt'.. � n i o :!���· ::;n� •.: �� ���� :�� ���=�p!I were: fo u w n "' lOinl P.LC: &PIn to with " "Dutcll :':::r : ; R :n ·· Alhany e ·I·:o:;.::;: �:�= :!.��:.���·b!: le�� �::e �a:;: :I � :t I:; �::: t .. t . . Incld,ntly combine thll a� ",'Ith lam• •f ttle I.ason. �;;� ��:e�'!:; �:: t:e�;�: ::� �::� .. .:::� . . ..., ..;;;: h·ead�·. football In the matter' of pus Nichola .LOR.. ... Martlo failed. . S. S. · . ' offense and defense. The� Is uPect· 1I'he OIa.d.s�lCOred apln In the third . 8chwarUrilht .... C..... ... . : .......Padneu It looks like P. L. C. got her revenge over her rivals. t�e St. td to be much Intefftll In this game quarter on thlrty.flve yard pus from D·Alfon.o . ... .ROL. ... Hanson which wtll giV1! Tacom.· fana and dis· tins' Rangers. Those boys trimmed us quite hand��ely las.t O' Conner to 'Jack after a drive from COmstock. . ....Rn...�... . ...8Vtnth Interested critics thelr· tint glimpse of this year ,oh my! We trounced tliem soundly b.y OO''-.l"uco,uuwn, the Lutheran 'twenty had placed the Kelblook ........ REL .... ............Nllaon thf' team In .actlon In Taconla In near· more than they beat us last year. The game was . . . ...Moe ball In scoring territory. The try for . J,l'atch . .:....Q.... a a t e t t d h d I)' l� ::O�ance ",1th his . usu� policy ����y� �O��� �u� �. �h; .���: ��t�P��� �he .. ..�: ....., .O;c:�; ��I�:I��h (��edsc:�e �. � � = Cliff Ollon is nOl predlctlnl victory bruises. Keith · .. P .....�Io Bt. MarUn, 6. but he Invlt� all Qlad· . for his �: PL.C.. H"kldlna. Drelbelbla. S. S. Ul and !the Solie. O�n1er. Archbold, 8a.ndmlOR, When we m t ttle Uniwersity of Briti.h ::�: ::��:=·�s� Reems. Neavll.·Mltchell. Pfluecer. OH­ are mHtin, a t.a", who. Ilttwou,h new _ �•.__."'- ,___i_ fhe Lutheran Meotor ""111 probably we lIlan. Albany. Plt.ap!.bick, Boyd, Don­ .... w,. haw. lineup which la"'eif .nd ·pl.y It dw.n. So far st.rt much the RUNeI, t..e"lnll1 " !. ��:' .:;,�:� � ; c::.:.: Cftme out of the St. Martln'a lame un· 'e: �:w:� a! I i . scathed as far as· injuries are con- . w Umpire.. .. . ... .. ............ .LE .nee. �,... 1ft oY�r.conf'd.nce that ... ceinNi. Sheldon "Dutch" Moe, brainy confide .LO .. ,....LT . . IIttl� QlllU'ter. who haa won . the plaudits .uch a cal."'lty · to befall our boy 5 . S. . of· critics by his fine handling of the ....�...C team lo the last few games will be Marv Hanson's kick.ing has pul1�d us out 'of . RO_ Qu.llty Knltt/nc Co. . .. .. .RT .. nt the reins agal;' nut Sa'urday. made it possible "for many of our touchdowns. ··Dutch:' Incidently la leading hI..! ..RE . S. S. Lette, s•••t." 0., Specialty . ·��:�::S ;�u��ir to:�d�� :":� Two cars of rooten attended the la", e It Alb.ny. �e 403 1 1 th St TKom., ·W.sh. :..:�:. I to Fletcher .pirit. eh .h..... credit. McQuIre . . ,RH .. . s. S. �moke .::.... . ........... F .. . Harry Southworth. "33. Is teaching at (". AJ St. Martin's, last Saturday. our studen.t body was welL rep- Subs : 6t. Rent . Bike Phidmondon. Wagneas. P.L.C" the eoiuns School near Olympia. · resented . Individual c�rs and a thi rty·passenger bus brought a root Tom",i.', Cycle Sh.op . · deraon. Reems: Ar'ehbold. Nesvtg. ing section which any team should be proud of: PARKLAND BRANCH S. S. belbell, HVldf:llng. Bolle. 'Olllllan: In Bondy's BlCk· V",d Ikydft .JMt ,. ,... SoW Have you noticed our line thi, ye�r? 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y I �.ls Whom I RrVe. ' to He hls" cre..ted . .. . :.JJ cQ' hda ' O rl t � . world. y uu:. and me,' SChools Pacl!lc:r Lutheran COllege . Whf'n" ' rI.� me nt1to t aometh . I!l PaT�-::m��I.n:: U.nder the tutelage o! . CoaCh , strength, go to my Bible and face C!i. Nov. 3 . v RamstAd- tne n �wly�ntz� ht,lh �Y", �.'. '0 ' ' 0I80n . .... ... :...:... ... Oct.. 23 n u ... ,,.� '.-G. ;r. � God � .. """' .... :'.(\ry 'n . . ,.. ---.. ... ... Dear Sis: school basketball sq� ls� already4n14 Nov. .. -.. ......... .... . .... Se�1s � , I me � p does· oonUnuaUy. . Being well OVf'f six .feet tall, h� has I'\.;e bPen noticing. la�ly that �most de� way; holding pnctices tm- tlmes . ... . Oct.. 21 s: His bl� eyes and wavy evuyo�e· hu' a hobby. It see.� to be a ..�k; with an abund�ma'_ were not f� �tlon. I. could Oertrude 'nngellltad ... . II a.Il over u o . a an ;I�:'� ��a�·.of th' e great A�ld pl� .. .. ............ .. ._.: Nov 12 f:! teTlIlI .and . an euly s�rt. Coa�h Ram- n ; of �:;�I!t;:r. ca�1s : :X::il�:�·:c�= ::Ug�t:tx!:�:w�ha:·Vt ���.efind ltad predicts a. �r�ht future for his act S&lvaUori: r.nd, at the same time. maIntains an ' my hobby but �m unable to us take GOd with WI in our IIV;W Let . Inte�ln athieUcs. . M a reward ' for one that l.nt�rests . me. �iru:, people hdopsters . . ' . ' . g� and sen:e Him. h,l<;--mellts. he has the distinction of I know k�p. stamp COllectloJlS! I!;fl.ve A dellnlte.sche<iule wl)'1 be a:rran Ih the abllence of .the prMldent. EU­ -N. :N. Yl.vts&lcer. �Ing .the first High School Student autographs of famous people. mount which 'will !pcl�de games wlth the Ta.- ' ' bugs. ahd gather plant spec�ens. , coma high SChools.· . Ll.ncoln. Stadium �me InstrUCtion 'In �'ar� of study :!ebe�=� :��=:e��d� Body presldt'nc. :::: I l te r l e 1 Is nec�ry if You golng to .get the Theln1a Daniels read and translated Wt'ddlng �IIs' S�al( ring this SWD h: �Pt�: �':U;:::;�e�r ;:�:� :! �:�;r:!r;b � ::�!:::lt;� ! tl'om "Le P!t1f.e ' Jo\irnal." It /utlclt's' mer for Vlrl{lnla LOu Harrts and Clar- It. too. Of course. I .am .not' an ali Th05e. tumini out are: Paul.IAisOn; �ost out of It". ve ence WI�blad� of Woodland. yon- critic br llnything like that..' but I have Bob Svart': OrVul� &:hlanbWlCh. IJoyd p�1ce=:�0�'�� ::: =�:�d:'/o give . �d.y 'sale every, gratulations. Virginia. and may ycui �n som� of h1s �o.rk which I thmk ThomPfi,Ol1, Orw.oll Dahl. Gary .Pnu�ger. mental for concentration on your A committee composed of Frederlcb ),ear.; Of. Wedd� Ufe. be many and I� very good. My o.plnlon does not Orlando Asper. Harry. Orlbbohm, Er- stu<l.y rilled 1IIi'lth joy. W� .knollli· C�rence is arnouri�to �UCh. bu(people w,ho have nest-Haugen. Paul Xavier. an'd Howant You are not a real student until you Sehlanbuseh. chairman, Marlan Tor­ and �ne Odell wUi chOOSt' I't'$dal, making a wise ·cholce: studied art. and . appreciate fine wtrlt Hudson. Harry McCormick will be have �amed to question kind of the tree that the P'n!nch say he has marvelous �hnlqut', He manager wlth 'Ralph HutchlSQn {I.& his Bewhe of eye-strain there Is no the add to. the shrubs out by will club ss and line the keenly f�ls . ,st�ctural SOmebody t:>ld us that: dange{ of mlnd. stn\ln. /. a ..istant. . c�::nl. . and aJ'!'ange !.he plant�a.sterlng a' .sUl:!Jeet. you don·t. lIke :e � . Paul Xavier made a tine "Pampered' "'alue of . his· .composltlons. . h,a. orthwh p s tht' le Whll� I wa..o; chatting witli 'ProfeS/lGr W.A.A. Segins Actjvities Is per most � J actiVity -:" Darling " " = "== " , .= .". .= ..= ..,"-Iij ". .= . .= - - .among...t.ha5eyou cauY. on In studying. iii ,... == �om� Rt>lations class has turned - Pf�r;- the-other- daY;- he- spoIr:e-·of�7--<:"--"':"" By AIl-Cirls · Cym. Froh�- - '-:Mr:,H;wam Fwi;r� -:" ./ ; Into a carpenter shop. sending out foot- som� of .tht' .thlngs b,e . hM qone and � �OI� I�S a / · . n nci . r maIll.t. the t � . : : =:�·W:k��· For Its flrst soclal t'vent of .the year. bon·t be· a dog In rl ���:��: �;:.�r:��t's to talk with type . § he partlcu!arly enjoys. because It tht'-Woman,:s Athletic Assoi:latlo� spon- deprive your ' nelghbor of -something WIlIIt' Stolt.t. · r Harry McCormick can eat more cake was fine fUld gracefUl. rendering op- :;:r:e :l1:�::n=��l1C OCt: 31 YO�h�:t7: :��;;'�'oniy lIves. but 1 and del1cat� . g n I. than anyone t'1� I� �hool. i!J Qj.................." .... . ". .". .. . . : . .. . The FroliC opened with a grand lives I!-nd gives lite.' ::::�::�!:s w�w:;:. Man As Chrls,t gave His Itfe for us march' Ie(! by lIeien Lilja and I wa.'! d�rlbed !n "Do �en Profes5O'l' Pflueger w� In Nash Rt>lays folk-dances and games should we give our lives our brethShoe �r .. for-PfIue I e y .\·o.u know'" � r:n�� · g;u�:�x���� � ��;�a;�� also furnished entertainment for the ren ua y e a Q l i t R p i ri ng body are shaped carefull,y �d !:� :�:;, �:��ng :�f�=C:� The working habit 1s by far the most The Hallowe'pn part;\'. held by the the Important thing as fsr as going out so that one (:$I.neasUy and W m f ul ber d t I t Into High School Girl!!-. OCt. 26. was de- skillfully life and doing 50IlIethJng l, con- 2 1 1 ' l in the potency of the piece. He s.ays WIV� I;Crib{'d as a succt'SS. by 'those ;�re-:Ue:�:��he :�a1r. �c�c� who !�I ed. from satisfaction mOflt receives he that · ,---------.,... . . attended. It was given at the home th',' kl,n,', �:' art" was under ihe dlrecUon of the W. A A cern art' n�ed today. We -need We I s e h use __ of the hostess. �.ederlcka Schlan.busch, u m bOard. and Mrs. Adah Dap,=�'"n ' n,_1 Nw!�: �. executive · advlser'.""'the that type the of today leadership . Games wert' the feature of the even- 'P t"' an -,n tfo fUly ,_�.. . '.... pt"r, club P '<th-,ng e.... -... Pacific Lutheran. College should fur_ SELVIC & liEN Ing. . . ted lp Is nlsh-a It'adersh that consecra At the present time he ls' emplo g l· r a '-"ck..terJJ, . _ O · ha and slnCt're. . y Lr.le I his h!lsure In scul�turtng. H.e fI � . Druggrsts respon the ac<:epting here You are . s kl 'nd---Bf �akes clay modelS Which he 'afterwards In Pl'!r� ,.ksa' ppear. :�b��� fo�i��:.:I�� �: �: serve . casts In bronte. : e � . r I e t .. . ·iJ l . O O l y Btart, tralnlng for leaden�lp by oon_ V; � ::n � bfvB ��' � IC :: ! �:r��O;� n =S i ��t' �:: � e � ha� � · E o �r � ! 5 : �· O � I .College is a lath,e. made by himself, a planer. a known u th'e .:'Shacbters." batcb1nr seaated serv:lce. -Dr. P. O. HoUand. on .R.,.I,i.., eel ,ok,*- I...... ind 1.... Jlg-S!!w. and some other.' machiDery to(etheryiva.r:iC!us h0use3 in Parll:Iand. t=::::::=::==� necessary for the production, of these Th1s yt'ar. however. the pracUce of . spirit of PacUlc 'Lutheran C01batchl�g has been abandoned. and all lege 15 a frlend1,. helplul.and christJan . Implemt'nts JOHNSON IIRUSH CO. . In th� dormitory. one: Me..,' Sh... When Proft'ssor Pflueger wants of the boys are back no $4 as . i!i W_eotl' Style$3.65 cooking' worw1� The gr�aUst glory that can come to ShOft ...,rtdd Oaf�d. breath of frp.sh air. he worll:.s· hi .hls rlesTheor· fellows. �r domestic ' problems. are �y college Is to haVe gradua:tes who $3.00; $3.60, '$3.95 . Othadapt garden. Last year he constructed tlie trying . o t ves them W "three go Into the world ith a frlmdt,, Jleip­ .&d f1!h pool In front of his home and squar s"to. and Sheet M ucic e regular .sleepIng hours, lul. ,Christian spirit towani �1r fel� landscaped the grounds around It. you feel at home here With us. lowmen. The wholp world Is made Musical Instruments Hert' he has planted a. variety of shrubs Hope boys! better because of such � Supplies and flolllier.; tad. Blank. Stuff Paper The profe!>50r takes his gun and goes All Refrigerators �C:t hunting when he cravt's eXCite· !iI SI:-....."''''' "" ..;". . "..." . .... Washers Radios � � Prof. Yasure lskaltellyu � G,fls lie has "l'iorlhwhJle hobbles which are andPortraying § the Key man. ClIJt Haugen and � Bl i CKLEY RADIO rea and re constructlvt' : e pleasureable �Robert Svare provided a ptogram fea- � i SERVICE We c-..1�DeIi.e, @" .. . 1fJ I IOt:II Sh r could find something half ture at' the Roy h1gh &ehool Junior . .. . � 5436 So. · November lng n �ve ::� � mR!v�� :r: . 0221 GArl.nd t Have � as fine to do with my extra time. I g , :: �'.. .' ." . "."' . "'. .' :::: ' . . ... :::: '. " : .......: . . .. you any suggestions to offe:;v . ::: : : :::: :::::::: :::: :: e. Charles Leask. who went here lut $3,95 Roma.to, year. YOUR SUCCESSFllL FUTU"'E n Is attending the Washington High DRISS OXFORDS 52.95. $3.50 In Portland. School savings. Savjngs that will May be ass'ured by :systematic Itl h '30 :: I r a M .. :::: :::: .....:::: :::: :::: ::: ... ... .... . :::: : . .. . . . . ::: . '..... 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soelaJ. atfatn.. In ' cromwell. Waah1na:ton. fulneu t.6 'the eall or Ood' They -.:w perform DeeemlJer 14th aDd preaerit alt," aaaerted · ",, 15th In " South ,Tacoma for a CIW1ty The new president-of � minstrel shoW, ' -December 21 they "m Ia the &Herend Dr. T. P. present a for the Eutftn Star St. �ul• •bo aueceed.s Rev. Dr. ' . NtH of ' Colu,mbua: Oblo, ' at ?ort·LewIa.

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"With g-ra(ltude In our hearu tor what hRs alread)' been achle\·ed. may we . thing about ;au--and Irene )-"Marv M)lution o( why he spends no 10'.1ely TACOMA ' ::-k:: belp of 000. dedlcat.e ounelves anelll' to ....ork for the betterment of Hanson's and Em e t J:homplOn's tlr'lt ���:�. st�:I��. � h�� �: �e�n:a: In wltneM wh�reof I hs\e hereunto set my hand and c�used the seal of the llames are often confused with Mary llilth all the wealth of the graduatlnl l1"-.,-,----'---'----.1'1 Elnd Emma-PA �N�s the name o( class Can you gucs&-? You're rtaht United States to be a(flxt!d. "You are Most likely to ' Done In the Cit)' of Washington this (lfteenth day of November In the )tar an ox-carl .!!lJk� Boneb-Bongo coun find it at I of our Lord ntneteen hundred and thirty-four and of the Independence of the try-A wO,Jllan I� R�S named E Unlt�t!��S of America the one hundred and ad D . .SMITH DR WM · Rho,clo • Brotho.." :�-;:��N R()()REVELT �ha��t'LI" . t� �:�NAR��AL� . entist YOUN�S favorite ntune Is ROBIE­ GArI.nd 0 1 S4-R�2 SVINTH i3 a Hlthlng. cuss .word In the Drama Club Deserves Support W,nhi,..lt ton EuUU"n part of Mexic()-HAL Is short P�rkland Sen"•. W�M.�• ·QNlity I An organization that should receive the support of all P. L. C. for hai!t.oI\lA. .J..'-;-c ---,- students is the drama club. It has given two nights of en·tertain . L.ndi. Shoe R.�luUdln. Co. ment this year in which it has shown itself to be a·talented group, h on There are many' interesting possibilities th.lt can be. worked out in : a talented organization of this type. Its programs shouid h become a bright spot around which we can center our . lighter and. I :�, P"I I " F:.,n� E�k�::�R�t . \" ." . . : .'...........�" festiye moods after our'more somber schedule of studies . D . T,coma Add toe·nall descrlpllbns: Prof. Ed- 939 Bro,.i:lway S E , The Signifi.cance of 'he L:nden Tree . You'lI find It .t wards. a movie actor turned profusor- ' . I m I t h e e n e e �t=� �: �..""""..."......" ...".."......� .. . '.......................... ;·l th�60a��:... S.���64' of ·ou��:���s� ��:� p���a���; :�e���� �n� G·��m:� s��;: :If �h� I:�J:;� . h m t i,n ei a FISHER'S r,; ".......,."........"""" .."....."' ..........""......:....... � ; ��::p; :��e��:c��;�m��:!�: i ��e;��:� b�:Jed any ���� be���n ��,::����;��' t��;��a::�� ��e slAter's younger brother-�f. i . 45th Anniversary Sale well with the rest of the program. . George Bemard �h"w with bie -1 The linden �ee is left to grow Some day it will be a large Xavier. Cha=.li::!;"r• . tree. spreading its branches out over the lawn. It will bloom in ",mld ·hlakel"ll' clipped-Evelyn 8yveraon. � Wed.. Thurs .. Fri.. ,Sat.. ummer nlght·s dream-Roland 1'·'.............; . ; . ., ·� springtime and will capture t.he imagination of the students as it has Swanson. 1 �......" the man In room. 204-Ione captured that of the �ermans in the land where It is native. It will- Madsen. Romola 9 1 1 PIICif.ic. Ave. .. ..................=ffi l and Thelma ;r.=""',.... be a token of the German imagination."'of the German culture. r Stu Nus; the W. C. T.Rust com executive U. � denls of German will. bec.1use of this tree. understand bette the BONE DRY SHOES o I . t.COIIta German people. Mad.: for ����;:: :=��I: �:�::; t W.ter .. War a Monday moml� yawn. ·'....I.... .._ � Ar. We Than kfu l? Sk;· . - 'aM /. f--. Boots State the a� evenln, Surely we students of Pacific Lutheran C(1)lIege have a great It :was a balmy .c:o..,..� . H1Tops deal for which to be thankful. In comparing our lot with those who Insane Asylum. Golf do not have the privilege of a higher education we see' how fortunate CEO. KNUD_TSON..- Prop._ you remembtr how we used. to we, are. While many of these labor day after day at. a iouti�e task. play"00�ther . Shoes ..... .. were young and $port scarcely expressing themselves to anyone, we associate daily with how I used towhep. !:'! · .".....�."."."•• " . ..," . : ... t! you whe� spank you Shoes. other minds, listen to insp�'ring lectur.es, �rowS!! among books that dldn't behave'" . Fo; Men Compll�."h of give us acc.ess to 'the World's thought. The daily chapel exercises, . . :and·, ; . the organ preludes are among our special blessings. .This ,impos� . Deaf one: "8th" Oh. .ye.a. you would Women � 1I1"OO a .heavy responsibility upon those who hilve receivett-Jb much . hardly MXIID!ze � old place, would " �T '. AST .· . Men's How shall we answer for ourselves if we' squander this wealth of, you'" � . · . 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alm08l,t bvtlr a .crappy bui alty' of B'rtUah . Oolumbl&' PL.C. Olad'-ton a win Frt!1ar. at. L1DfO).n on ' sport at t�e Coll�. Ilippi.II I, ..... t·we �e" . illyitecl. to pby Ellenlburl, nanklpin, D�y Qpenlnr Luth· Starting $lowly. t.ht1 �experience at ya..im.... ElleMburl, howey". fe't otfterwiM. for·th..,. :chole "'e Conn,a Froth. Huh, push oyen, eh whatf I ..... they were lea;, "P'Hnut.s" Lanon who uu-ouih for Gladlatora dropped po which did not haye •. Iuch up' .0 d!clalons on of our record ·.Ind decided to. pick a ints. the downs period. successln Saturdaya. the first a heart- ,oocI charic,. W. can say this, it' wOuld ·haye Hen·too.bad for the Hoopstera Stewarl lntermed- came plunce bY.Ludlow from breaker to Unlleld at McMlnnt1 lle 7 ' boys from Krou the �ountains if "e had �e. ' .. late maples o e v the in and . S. S. . . � :;c���! �n� ��= :; . . . the game. The rO!loWing Saturday . The pOssibility oLa game�with C . P. S. See� to have Petered " -Then P. L. C. bora looked. �lally. ��rinI poatUon. ;� �.� :.:: d h Lulh.e� t e sutfertd... the1r... r J--aet out..!Q9-,--;-- ;Y�rYone is willing lE.'play�xcept �nd�rg: _ W,ell. we don't �!� �u:,,:��.:.ne��u �::: ==n == k:�r. Allolhtr' back of th� Rason at the hanina d:!! of a �lal"'(lE!"'hlm. he knows !hat he d have a Dattle on filS hands:- Comj- thv�7 - o --f . tp�piau-to-N-ll8en-acon"'d- tbe-Iblrd toOucl\.. nce:. ! hia tn slrinI"..-down heavier. more experienced Rr Vice elev- parative sCores . gives P. l. C. the slight edge. ' Alba".y 'ell,victim to with e pertoz:ma . In the. tUt mlnul.ee or the flrat P. L. C, led 25 to :zo at the half. .Locke : ' . en from the U.s.s. Maryland 20 to 0 at C. ·P.· S. . 1 9 to -7 : and tc us, �6.0. . That.. puts us 1-4 points ahead. '' ' . ' ' . , Bellingham bo,:,l�d .C . P. S. over like; a row. of a�rted teact}p� and .of �te.::�. :I� .22a:!nu wu high period. ,(' the �n?>ln Bowl. dtffenmt .lu,eup . entirely an With' � In he i po g . / - As a fitting homecoming cel�briltlon we .took the Vikings. The cor:nparatlv� scores WIth U. B. . C: pl�ces nl them at the openlnl' or the '0 (he Glads clicked as a unit to 1'e11s: even money·on ·tlie t.earns. Too bad th.ese Log�ers. are· so much too The Ilneup:' .w =d qU�. the .canad� took (er their fll'!t win. thJ.s over the hlghly_ good for us._ . Th.ey m lg� t have a � ard tlrT�e taking I� easy enough to P. L C. !ile � �dvant. age·or two misdIreCted -pe..saea by . Yes. It really I� too ba.d. (outed Bellingham Normal q Larson (1�) (22) Locke! the Glads . make the game Interes.lng. ac.ore. on 55 and 50 yard placekick by O'Conner being stheuadmar-a Thompson ,(10) . F Agriw rallops arterto Intel'Cep ,So S. , � .tions by 8nel�lng /4 Morr!.! C· gin of \'Ictory with the tina.] score . 5 ush ltJe.two BrlU&h Oolumfor· Who said the I�ond Iqu.ld could play footballi' . Why. those Dahl . R (0 3. Fogel'!teat and . bla U. B. C: boys limply made fooll of th.M If, I !l"er. on tha! IqU.,!I, I Sehdlan�uach (2) 0 . � .wHlch brought the count· Can"de to 19 to 12 at tWf time. 0 _ m.: You ,uys call kP �. ( 8.) Having tR.!Ite<t or victory. there was wout� crawl into a hole.and pull .the hoi. in .If�r u ker 2in P. L C n? stopping the scrappy Lutheran&. it yours.l� footINlI ·play.rs-for ",unny ..c...... W.II, layin, .III I.r- . Subs 8tew �. T e : " . The Lutherana went , to work at . the vare . fl�eger• .Orib� . Haugen. 'beglnnlng or the third canto and add2 se rvice team from Fort. Lewis was the c... m aside� you fellows jUlt ,ot a tou,h brea" and in preyiou. ,ames .e p . .-.sper.. Lehmann. XAvier. MCCOrmick. · next victim. failing before � Luth- you .h·owed your meHte. ed tw� more touc¥owna. the ftJ;st on avalan� 6 to 0 on Uncle· Sam·s . Une buck' by Moe from the two-yard S. . S. �';-'��I�: ='����. t:-I�lm�ee�!: . Stan Score and Carroll Jacobson. ex-Po L. C. football stars. played . P. L. C, � ooPlten Cat . �:_;:! �=nd a slant rrom the theIr last game for �uther last �turday. . , Junior College Trophy on the rltst pla":of the fourth period, lng from th� fray wlth Albany : . . . S. . S. on the long end or .., 26 to 0 Col1� . -count. . .. pass [rOm Moe to Jack wu cood for No back .limon, the Ichool. w. h.... pl.yed hai'-t:�own. qU it. Emblematic 01 the state Junior COI.....Iter two weelu rest the Lutheran atxthit Luth ran score Receiving steam-rQller took revenge ior past In_ the..II1-arou.nd .Ibility of "D'ftch" Moe. "Dutch'a" .pau � , !!...�n lege championship in bultetbalJ. a :::: il:lck - o the �Iada a� .. march' utCh Will trophy cup 'was preeente<t to the Pa._ !1lgnltJes. a�fle� by ste!"mroUlng the Ireat �nd . h�1 f1e1d '�""'.Illhl.p hal not �n ,urp..�ed. . . . terminated J.n a ico� &ller six when 0I10� calk for candidates next fall. . St. Martin Rangera to the tun� .or 25 be lorely "'Illed cllic Lutheran College: $tuClent 'body which IO-yard $ with Moe scoring la . . ' . S. to 6. To cap the climax the G�J.at.on S. Monday by Dr. O:-.A: Tlngelat.aa: ·Tt-.1a �au�� The fina.! sCore. wh1cb.; broug . ht . ' the grtd had .. lIeld day ap.inst the U. or B. C, . . No":,,:, that baU.les are over. all eyes a;e ·use toward cup was donated by the Ya,ItJ.m.a. lJons the sf 1 . came en Lud. w b 2 to · count to �t Lincoln BOwl pUing up 51 polnta to Casaba prospects. Speaking of the cage pros �cts.;-. w e H �- Club to the -winner of the Junior CoItlad . ' went over. after '" blocked ldet. . w o l . . I� fa! the1r fighting but lnexpcrjenced t� rning this year. qUite a few lettermen. Gene J �<;k, Olltch ' Moe. I� �terence. ·· . _the ball ll'l acortnl .territor y. . opponents. hIgh scorer o.f last year. John Fadness. Lyal San�erson. and Hal Vo· The JunlO!' Colleges at Yaklma. Grays putThe ' Canadiana ahowed ·.plenty of The Gladiators amassed a total of taw . le�terwlnner .of two years past: From !-ear.say, prospects are Harbor. centralia. and Mount Vernon. ' were too much handicapped right t; 115 points �galrist .'�8 for their oppon_ very bright and thIS season looks plenty g�. Pacific Lutheran �ep .are In- by Inebut ce. as this only t and xperien S. S. .; ents. ,"Oul.c;h" Moe. quarterback. '. . . cluded In, the le.,ue.· Th� cup � pre- 'second game or American;nalootbaU.· .h4!1;r . high -poInt scorer with 30 points. fol� . B.�er late th.ln n.ver W.e·fln.�I! "(tCewed the trophy aw�rd� seTl� to the .cboc/I" put� out the The. line ups: lowed by O'Conner with 23 polnts. AI. to the winner of the '-"a�h,�,ton 'lI:Inlor Collele Con�er.nc.. Thll winning team.\Wbere It remalna Ul'ltU p. L. C. .. C. though playing In only flv!! games Cap-- cup il to be ke:pt by the. wlnn.n, t�a� �r one ��..r. It ",u.t be won _t�e following 8e�n.;..... If won three NJJ.aen . . ... .....LE... .. . 11.......RobertA taln Hal Votaw Is right up there .. ......PreSton with three times for permanent poI.esslon. SIIIC. JUlt ,ot .th� cup. wet. times by one .chool. that ..chool .. .... .LT ... . may Fry . will h.l'(e ·to win it .l.ain y••r in order to have a ,oo.cI look .l t f keeP . lt permanently. 19 points. .. ..........Orr �ln . . ... .. . ... .LO.... . this S. S. The trophy Is now on d!.!play In th� Ma P'adn,ess .. ... C...... ... .....Hend�raon Last week-end. we had as our guests here at school. seven trophy cablnet In the library. Hanaon ... .. ...... .RG........ . . . ..... ....K1rby . members of the U. B. C. football team. T1le boys .were entertained 8v1nUl " ..........RT.. . ...........8enkler Quality Knitting Co. right handsomely and felt right at home. Say. students. how would .. . .....RE..... Jack . Union EI.cts Archbold . ..:Q._.... .. ...:..Ke�er ¥Pu like to attend school in Canada? Only 40 hours a week and Dorm ndall utter, �w•• te" 0., Specialty oe .. straigfit through. "fhey gel up in the morning at 1 : OQ A. M. to prac· To Succ.ed Harold. 'O'Conner Mvotaw . .....TwIaa ...LH ... . 403 I I th St.. TKOmI. Wuh. tice football. How many of our boys would do that? Three gl,-lesses. At the meeting of the Dorm 't!nlon O'COnner ..RH....... .. ......WU!aby . <l leave the last two out. Give m,e good old P. L-. C. any day. .......,.......... .l" . .....,..,......_.Mclntyre .., held Wednesday. November Ii. Pranc1a Ludlow .P.L.C.-Hvlddlng. S. S. Reema. Pf... !!l ...................... retary-t.reaa- Subs: elected aee·Conn Archbold ; :> ..,,'''''''''',,.,.. tO II � lohn Fadnesl (Fud) hal played hil lalt football ,.Irne fo� '. w reibelbis. OI1l11an, Bolle. Archlueger. er ho U arold O . D urer H C. " Fud" W.lI mod dependable both on defen.e .lind oHen.e. Cooci haa moved from the dormitory to ·bold. - Sanderson. Mitchell. O'renler. SKIS Nesvig. Bolstad. Jo�, Haavlil:. O. FOR RENT AND SALE American La.il:e: .luck. "Fud." S. . -Bnell1ng. Morrlmer Gwyver. Mc' S.last game Chet Solie, as ch&lrman of,a al!.!t B.C. Mountain Sports Store iJre Marv t:ian-. mlttee C. L. P. for their on. . . plaYI.ng a l men Other Roe, Bolton. Ruah, NJ of bmitted u lI rules. on , 7BO Commerce .DrelbelJohn Sanderson. Lyal Votaw �al SVlnth. Ed k Ja Gene sen. � "'-----: rules.and regulaUons whichTwere ac- �, "'------:..... ...... , !, ........................... ......,..,...................... .......I!I bis. 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' Hoyer. e in �f to � Hsted on this seho_ jOyed ��(yes rreatl1 aDd are very denta rt!ad In Lbeir 'neW3P&pef by �; , U we choose on,t.h!a �y to seere \.he ment. of uma � munJ�" . lutlc Ust. npral!ntaUvH It. w.. much in favor of parties 01 thlt nattl.rt!. Byrne J. Horton 01 DePaul Onlveraltj", 9od '0( our fathers then He will be' . we Ilnd that onlY lIege group in�luetes, Dorothy � d of the . .men and Wttq ua and bleaa ua<and protect us. ·not from the n.Ve .J� m�t wt� ' . __ An enon. Ellen BerpP'Om. Ralph SoI- � v_ Know! 53__ of \he �en always read t.be only for the UrM belna, bul tor eternity. Dr. ·8ho-.tter in Olympia to pmcure . ' .stad. HedV1g De.h.le, Thelma DartJelt. 'Wlth brown _vy hair and blue eyea. featun secUon. WILh t.h1s fact. In. \'Jew, Are we �Upa- far' H1a . ,COIDlDct- .-tme .·I� for the J.e:.; oNn P.L.C. at- the Olym-' Evelyn Eklund. Rathel PUnt. Elizabeth she Is the vamp of Lbe senior clua. AI we ,...on· t be botherilll" 10 many readeR, "BleUed 1. that llerv&nt wt\Om 'Uui Lon1 H� y Gilbert. Eula lI&e Gotf. Jo- to helehth. she n�beII u . . when. He cometh, .will ."llnd ...tc.b1nc". .. pli ' lut. which wu . held p to Paul anyway. � . � n. Bernice Ha�. Ruth. Preus s chin. but me refuses to ten ber ' .K. . _Do you. .Want the ,Lord to'come nawf. P'riday. !C_ ad.MORhoda ' Hobnatad,. Helen .. -eIght. AcU\'e I:n all rellr'Ou! orpnJ_ Also. In Pro(. Horton', paper . .we I� Do n�t hold �clc your .bee� to4ay. _ . . HOI!.mPI Enid Hutson. Aleta Jo�n. zatkm& amoDl" oLbers . . I ...ant to III lnto t.i)e p-oup for. the; �f. pfIU the M1aIon ao.. that the front �: the sport..p&ae . and . - , Marie . Johnsol) . Sena Johnson. Helen d p� ale the most popu-" ' . good 0; the IJ"OUP.· but I do not want. ety 'and the Luther �. 'IblI: t8 the campus IOU1 .' . .LUJa. . Evelyn MCCOUllough. Mary �r �nd yHr as a member of the lar while tJ:i.e II!)CI�ty � and the edlto my lnd}v1duallty. mr perioaaut.y. . Mac�e. Anlr!'lo Manouaoe:. JOUlDa eholr ) .' ': �o1atad . and me also Is a talented per- toritJ p.,-e are rHd Lb.e leut. · TbeIe � . . . ��... _� �� - :anOnsoe-;-i.rn..- MlI.bi� -Mathis6n:- -{da' 'romfer- on \h"e il*:rf6�'"'K"W�� . en:. Clarice . Myrah. ·Novell NaeeI. quallUea DId y_ .. t.o..t.e J� aM GeDII J_""'"""'iii" . KDOW That: Jlm: OIlUlan are mown u abe Is viCe-p'rell- mllht 'add that C'�t1cia1D5 of the lloor' Thelms Ness. � e e l. In lb __ .� � Neva Olaon ....r&" .. nt Of. lht French Club and �� .ln� Mut w1.ll Jady be aocept.ed, as tiua h.u the belt "line" In capUvlty. "Bar- described .. Ra..� V_. fee . . . . . W"MII'a . . . Paul Preus. Mup.reJ -»Dtm1 . Jun -et 0f the Senlof cIass.. We ahall aU · � Is your. paperIand It 11 Our desire to "'·il &lt,.. inht � .... . . 1JI ·......·..". ..• . .....• ..._.. •.. .•.... ..•..·,,·..•..• .• .. tIl · . ney j� �eptWtth "T�� / Runbecll. John St' g1ve what n w · . ' · . ��. �:�:= � · &On. Lenore W!thro U; �· i 'wan- =e.= s�cet;::�; h�; =�� :; )'OU );U · �: ') =� �v� . · tiaircut-.-25c ' · r' . '. ' . ' . . ;� hOC?I nor roD come back and attend colleae. �. Those on the Hleh Sc Tomorro... · 1s Thanbsivtng. Are we tenance � Vern ctresSeT. ; _ �ank!u1. or Is It just an�er holIdayf "�. 0." My-bre's oiw are: . Elenora. Asper. Or�\i6o f Aaper, _ , _ . . It Bro- ! . BROOt(DAJ;,E Ve rn er Bitter. Ellubeth Dahl. V� ia. A dinner party ...u the .matn tOpic Our p� nt economic diat.r!'aa I.! due to �e. Both Mitchell and Helen Ulja ; BARa' ER SHO.P .\. Davis. Lawrence Orenle. Dennia H a l- it th.e GraduatInC Claaa me-eUng- held our lack or t.han ��� to our heave�- were sick in bed on Monday. Chet � . dalle. Paul Larson. Norma Preus. Fred- lut Tbursday. K�ba P't:nney, Orlando Iy Pa�) He I:ia:J provided for us &1- SolIe', fly- t4p . 1.! th� pride of the f!i...." ......:..........:................""..,,;...;.................. 4'i ' rt�� 8chlanbUSCh. Gertrude Tlnlr!'lstad. Asper. and E1lzabeth Dahl wen ap_ . ways . contlnue to etO' IO. Let dorIn. Cllx Hauaen "t.osIes the ox" Haff! Grtbbohm. POtn� to· make the neceuary arrange- Ill. �en catch. the real ,plrit of this with Helen Holtcarnp every evenlnl H 0I mIre" ' . . • , S.hoe R.,.i r . �enta. The advisabWty of havtng' clua etay and be p-atdul for our e6untless after� hours. Thelma Neaa wanta .her ' . s.. blessings. name In prlnt,'· eepeclally if :Bob B� -eat.e'rs was also dlacUssed.

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ProfeS50r' at this meetin,. ",",,,' "="'.. Metcalf, sports editOr of ��n�I:'�ro�� An"'.�," , v� I :� 'I�� cal 'dUd, Irene Odell and AIda .",,",,'a' ''''�.�u�at: I si� o�oc':.nege dln1n, hall �IfU of toY� win � �rOugM :U�h� .��.n to be' riven to the Cl1}ldren's Presl.dlng as toestm'AlIter. will be 'Dean are In Everett. The'remalnder of the after­ Phillp E. Hauge. The scl"jool orchestra, noo n will be spent,. In slng1ng Christ­ �Irected by �f; JoS. O. Edwards. will ca.r6ts. present sever'aJ .sel.ectl9M: Eugene in the form goyn� �11 play a VloUn solo, and the a. AbigChristmas'gTeeting, box .of HoUy, was. sent to ' °� =� Lutheran �::rso��a��e���:p&O Dt>a.coness H08pltai In Chl, Monaon. aild OSten Ellasen, wUl ' stnr. cago. . Coach C. O. Olson, Prot. J. P. Prtueg- . ". ..am p"","Ian. Harold. Votaw. <ap- Do More ,CQnsistent g �� °:.e:e��3::= =' ;e�I��� 'Than Man Is w11l give short talb Football a.wards wlll'be made by Dr. O. A. Tlngelstad By J� GWUan to the' following: men: Sheldon Moe, For eonslstent �collll1st.ency" I tlrm­ ,",OM P'adneu, Harold Votaw, Iy maJntaln that we ·humans take the O'Conner, Ru.ssell trye, Lyal

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Sigurdson 'Aberdeen 'boya . ....r-.J .. Moe , (12) '1934-5 Schedule h"ve been pracUclng al1 With only three· men sure ol start1ng Saturday night.. the LutherM. mentor , Saturday, 'December 1 5 . ... .Abredee� Junior. Collel•. . :.......... . ,. Here ::n (��) .. ....�'. (}) c:; �I,=� fall and ·shoul.d be 'plenty strong. OU! w l:-=. b: � r. ��� . :: :, !c ::' JohnaOri E. l) j ... :O�::::· . . . ... Here .... ........... InstitUte :..: Jack T�hnoloD Orelon 17 0.1 M ber nday . Dec . . . . . . e� �I����; �'�e:pmu::� ::n�!� Q , e r �I l neM (10) . ..0"...... (6) J. Olson 'tJle coveted trophy won by (':. L C. tlme. OUtch Moe. forward. aarofd T."esday, Dececember 18 . ' .Orelon Institute of Ter;hnolo;,. ....Here � Nilson, center. imd JOhn Fadness. Friday.. December 21 ......... .Centralia. lunior Coliele . ...........There Subs: P., L. C.-Coltum. Votaw (2). last year. . guard. to have clinched their re- Saturday, January 12 ... ......Centralia lunior CoIlele . . .. .. .... .�. ;::;: �t!:=����).Po� (1) ; Ballard S. S. . Starting Iln!!UPS: , � ;:�yc:e=::c.�. :;:= . Wednesday. Ja�ua" 1 6 .:....yakima Junior Colle,e . . ... ... . . .. . ;=�:�=� Wed.Desda, uenJn� II \be aDD_ er. forward or guard. The other post- Sa_turday. 'January 26 ....... ...Mount Vernon Junior C�lele ........H r ... foou.u !i&DqD� � aDd 'neaten tion wUi be' hoUr contested ' tor by Thurs·day. JanuarY 3 1 ......... Yakj�a Junior C�lIele. (tt) Ballard LGUleran wi be awarded $O _foot.baU ....s� "Chet... Bolle. transfer fro� Mo�t Ver_ .Thursday, February 7 :...... .... Moun. Velnon Junio;·Colle,e .......Ther Anderson (2) ......1'_:... (S) T. Wqner ·tIlfoDD.,.e�. Let'. aU. tarn ._t I of' tIaII non JunIor COllege, Lyal Sanderson. Thursd;ty. February 14 .... ....SP9kane UniverSity ........................ He Kn n (2) .. ..... .1',.. (5) B. Sigurd50n �I� eyept �nd .par 11M;l trll?Die � � . veteran and Arnold Tommertk, I'larUe feUo_ ,;,bo pla,ed - falthfuIb" ma.IdDI (2er) "('4)''': :::::Co�::···· (5) ..6: Haavtk Pry� Abe d.en ,Iu n·.. CoIl.le . . .. . . ·· ··. ...· Thet'" prom1s1ngt�, . nesda. y, Febru'.ry 20 . newcomer from �ewood. Wed "" ' to han' \be moR � Q Saturday. Feb�uary 23 ,. . .:.....Bel hn.'ham Normal, · .. ·. ... · . . .. · .. . .11 2) . .:. ...:...0. (I) Aw;I.ersofJ It �ble eftr bad at p. L. C. . r·� �re � � Others. who w1ll undoubtedly Ther. will also be pm... With the followlnl, but no d.fln�t. Subs.. P oafl ·OCtltum iethe-� . .. rt Uoa I ' H v1k (3) Mitch n B. S, tennan of a couple of years back::Hal dates have been set al yet: Sea",e Pacific C�lIe,.., WhitWo� COI- 2) , Pre�. )(� '.�;. w&am: Ford (3) ..!d oUr first real bUketball pme ( 2 votaw:; another letterman, Stan Ford lele. Coeur d'Alene Collele, 5,. Martin·s. Unive,?itY ,of Britilh Hanson . Columbia. and return lames with Spokane University and �ellinlham. and R� Frye. guards. curs �turday evening. Let s � the, Reteree:-Bob Levtnson. Normal. spirit at basketball games· that � ) . showed at the football games. TheY MERRY · CHRISTMAS tie'" · yo", ,"pport now .. ...11 .. In . Tkoa.or Party Hold �y. 28 u Dr. Tingol.tad Speaker u ,"d . . ty M eot S. q ad of . T rns Cr.d CI••• F"day.Evo Ih. posl. At M·,••·,on S OCI. HAPPY NEW YEAR u a B. -, O t for Basketball · e Publix Carago Dr. 0.. A. 1lngelstad spoke at the ' Nilson .eema to han pulled Jack, t;:�= :Os-: � � ,; n: � � Be meeUlli 0.1 th.e MIss.Ion Society in the Fine Material. Including: Fi;e Let- clus .held a party at the Roxy Theater. last ,year'. center, Ibto runt �UOD. recreation room last. night. . termen Make Ou·tlook fOr Friday evening. B. B. Season Brilht After the -ahow. the ClUB went to the . " Much Doe." I mean Dutch.. Moe Other nUmbers on the program InHo Winthr ot the 'Tavern Coffee Op td hll1: o ld forward haa cluded: scriptur( readIng and p'rayer by posttt aat1n Quality Knitting Co. to retain possession ' of for re!r:eshrnenta and a·shor,t , Program. Remember "Du.tch" Olth�l '"hac1t best. fOl'� Ruth Froyen. a \'ocal duet by Clyde theDetermined trophy which they wop. I'!-St year. 28 Arnold Anderson, accomp&nled . Lattft Sw�...n Ou r Specialty by. ward in the conference last. year. Watch. . and Grlmst. James v edt OUUlan. a plauo hoops�rs answered the prospective la ll on . "S�rs Fe A - his smoke this year. Odell, sang 103 II tn T3Coma. Wuh. so)O,�y Thelma �els, and a trumpet for th� first scrtmmage. Monda,. Dec.call3. lreile ma" tW-d "MOOnllghl--Madonna." othB. . S. ner. 50'0 by Harold 0 Con "Dutch" Moe. high .scorer on last ba -were: a vtolin' 8010 by .EllRemember folU, ,IN OOIIIeftmle er nunibers ---- year's team. Lyal 8andermn and Hal gene .Burgpyne and a, p�o. solo by came neil, Saturda,. Let.'. puk the c We wOIIn.t toonfulfillyouryourPhotoWllnwork B. One.t "".IE"-"'N:-:O;F;;I; ... O M .....- :::��C;;;::�� �: �;e��:�: :��:�ns:;:.n�I::e=;, � day ....ice =::b W oar w.m tba& � �. . no extr.i cost and the work is done around lettermen w hO� �ch c:... �� . Mrs. Lora B. Kreldlet. Dean of Women. 1I!:.."""....."""""".............""....'''..''''''�'''�''''':: . , by 'experienced �kmen .t . ,_ wUl. build hill 8Q�, N.... ., n , tow, .. . . ... mclass memben pve I several :and . . !i' . ' ""'I!�? :rc i�" il LEHMA. NN STU PHOTO.FrNISHI NG ce�ter from Everett High. will '¥ldoubt-' promptu talb. � . ' O D 'i For Job p�thia· edly n�d a spot on the 11m strtng. P.. �kl.nd Mercantile 'ComP-'nY . � y Nash; chalnnaIi. Wllliam PrIue' . i� Bolle: lit. V-emon J. C. 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Ut;tle DorlI.dClll"lll ' that thlI club � out ,'try cred�tabl� in fetched to �lIeve that a dOC dlt- , K. , . . NetTY Chrtatmu to you . an!!. Mra. �� pent �� .vacauo� ferentiat.e �twten rllht and wrong in . . '. . : K' pleeea ot" Medle-WQrk. ct.Louise JackNub. -.o Santa tOo. I never did UWik you tor McCln:rY, � ' . . ha wo meal l t e Senior ot y --) (or }l �1nI th h:": t.l all tb1np u ou; lIO 'll' t t !! u . hl.s own world? on · U me t me re pe n br yo b the lovely . Due declded. to-' lack of Um�, the Oraduatlng We as humam. can bout of an: ln- 011 to .theIIe, i? ch ara-e. As �e 91d 18)'- �t ye;u.. but. Utey IUI'i ....ere n1oe. ·1 wtek. Walt. y� � to that ,,"'tel Claa. list·l"r1day. to postpone tel _ . . . , inI roet',. lt .... "ettectively planned only want One thlna thll J"I"• . but 1 � ".t\e e"'l'J' iDeal"-Cood O! d �­ r can'>neYer' be-Iound in the their dinner party �W al�r Chrilt- :e:� ��Ichereh:a��:I::4� �; and p.rod�." Ho-:ever. thi!N! 'w� 9�e nnt �t bad, and noLh1nc would . �e: pe�PltA!r . \'&CaUon. The ci&u nreaten ,weN! p ., .urpr!&1na feature-4he brevtty. of Ut�. m� t\aPPy' ., please, pl8le Banta, bu11dinl: In the eftntnP. Bl',avtk start­ again dlscUSlled and the � wut t;e prtSSlon yet known to h1atory. We are ladles' �. 'I'h;at:a alw8)'l. the ....y� . �e in� bPP;. 1 do IC). wan" a letter ed the. nunPUI tn. the "Dorm .Balurdai decided upon next mteUng. ��n:t � :e:!,.o��. en!=p:o:= bu� wben doesn·t. care' � bear � !l'l7 ' Swede. and I don't � nlehL Archie .Ita in th� �nson. parthem-. Judy wh�ther it ta In EncfHIh or Swedl&b. lor every even.m.,...tao.,Ulat . awhat tary s)'stem. Do yo. t-! told u.s. A1vnnn-Arne l,e., add!Just so 1t;1a a..letter. .it. It. . W1th hill father as buslnes. manaser Do you SUppGIIf! Uta!- a herd of short..-: Anxious. �oP to Ute �elor'l:' Club.. E'V�" . . . of the College. he hu lrihertted a ve", haired dogs would starve to deaUt in.. Monjlay mominc.. lce. on the pondi Huel �ru� Lippe la bUhful. PrJe IU!d',o.Ie wrlU! � �owl� or- tlnan�lal matters. meat--house, simply ey dl�'t "Loob Uke we'U go Ice skatm.-in a tew notes In .Eoon· claaa.: Orv �lanbUllCh . An eXcel!eiitstudent, hll nam� always have lona· halr as·the��'th �lne OWDen 01' daya." TUK y_ �. Jupe; PluvlUll, Dear ,Banta Claue, .fu da 1LIl when he \lItI the _ lahm . been an a 'cUt th1a 1a a.n Encl ·iood o r o hAv 1 :_ l ' ;;;;;;;;;;m � � ; ;; ;;' ' ' :p ! : ���r =��.� :: �onU;h!:'woj� :U'::er�: :,� 'oPens upl "Nice weaUt� tor ducb.." year. a.nj ·1 hope you'D'not tOrPt me at i;;;;;; :::a-::: he 1a the crack shot of the hllh school· hairs 10 at.lrrve? Of". cow DOtI , ILK, . : ' ChrlItmu. There. ta oaly , . uqs base te�: .Though his �achen They f.ar to un-Intelligent for that! Betore our " .tomaeb has bare'!., bad th�t I �t realjokebadbOok. . j�t full call PaUl. .we all know blm by hill Yet;- we hurnaps are doing thai ver), and that 15 a J.l me "Pea.nuu." Yet hia sue thing. We can't co-o�rate: never haVe. tlme to re.ume· Itt normal. ah&pe �r rood' jokeL . 1 want bhem to . tell f o er �Inc different ty f1 � matel. My daaI my to table dinner v wa)'1 .�tch 1O being from hlm 'on� and probably nev�r wlII long M our the ,i;!oes not pre�nt Please ) of 4le most active mem�rs or the Sen- slowly decaying ,financial.. government.- Thanksi1vtnr, alonr comes Ctu1atmas. trteDds t1rlnr ot'my old on�. "Aubrey .torI�.. are m1x:acme that VI lor Class, "Peanu1$" does not say al: and social schemes persist In 48lng brtnpna: more ,-rle( to our -POOr. bodIe.. . 'n 1 live hu (or him)? Where'U 1 ed among them. ' . 'much, but you may � sure hl<! words their supe'r-intelllgence, What we should What Always waI� I am .your truly. � worth Il<!tenlng to. Perhaps small do ill to use '98% horse, or dog sense I.et th� money? I wonder It he'. 1fO.nn&' Thelma Ness In .tature. stili hl� heart l<! as big as a.nd 2% Inrenult�. If �tter system give me somethlng, or should .1 Just house, cannot evolve trom the fertile depths of ser.d him card? Am� so on and so Dear Banta'C!aUl, our brain. then tar �u.er for us to fOrth. . 1 hAve always thou,ht k1lo!Jt hill (.anon ..... deecrtbed In Do J'OIIII sleep In the kennel. and bequeath our to 'you a "tot: but It, teemS as It 1 It. K. kIM...!. own living quarters to KINO Canine. rlg!it around Chr1Itmaa aw HeN! 1t II December. tootball &t&son I ' alful....busy ys help ' my mama with the h d cI:��I� lun�:� f=::�lr�:�:: · P. K.· U.e. Scripture To �a�;��� ::\':!: : ::::r', : ed'7. �=Un�.'w��: &�r;:; o�� b�'c:r.!; and the [acuity wives. Wed. Nov. 28. Solve Difficult Problem wr �'t �n chosen.. ;f?uch .neg-II- honest ·to iOodntal one, that burna real ar : ld����O�:� v: a lence l It we are to'bave an �al pa, 1 am becaminr very bored rtdtng . : !:"In: � , hOl!teues, 11$ main purpose w�,to dem- IBy Associated C9lleglate Press) �� ::v.;.,��� �� t�: 7e::.t 1fO�.' �m��t ;��:v:tra� te::' :!!e o:ie: onetnte the knowl�ge gained In that Golden. Colo.-John �rlln. a fresh- 'wlthou� a publication? ,No, Qt' hat leave It at our hoUM! ·tOO. cuz we nud. at the Colorada School of Mines. ood ta an annual It It Isn't an usl. two ot them. clas&. when contronled with a ,tricky problem Lget', have some actionI Thanking you In advabce, \ In mathemnUcs recenUy. sought help , S-�,. $old ... that: Your irt�nd, Buy Outdoo r Shan .t outdo« .K. It.. "J&ekle·· ·'" a tavort� word With Peg- l[romicalthesoluUon, Bible-and found there the he,dquuters. Here you wil MarvIn BanIen "--7 \ fshoe ind the .I.r�t r8nae of styl". og .It·a b!en tried and 15 used' at aevual Dear santa ·Cla.ua. si r es .n wi orth; d is a confirmed woman- The problem I! this: Divide an estate institutions and 'now �betng .cons1�- w ld 'lt westE.t BE� ldythtLOWin tMPricMes.Nethod Re.l-Factory :� IYh&ter, )'OU to Except on week-end.. $100.000 Into four parts. each ot the I erect here. What ·1.s It? Open house 1p I ouwere to �uktroubllnl' , RE of ' M M on· .. new d tor leU you If Shoe bener. Rep.ir'r'Iyet' costs lontTIOI"e ,er. · Paul Preus and Ellza�th Dahl are four heirs to reeelv� amounts In pro- the dormitories. A�.very good Idea. ary learned my oid . one by Ihloo•.ksn' shoes the lona and short ol it. of 1. 2. 4. �d 8. . 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Well so lont, Pl'otient readers, IUtM . ' " " .. .,..."" "' . ... "".."".."..,,1!1 �veyoS:�e:O:::� :!:W�hO;ue:;; 1!i,........" " ,. . : � . a ����: :!!�''::. and . Iot · 01

ll linesPerofm.ner'lt W wori gk AExpert Parkland Carage When we wonhlpplnc,Goct· 145_R2 for all occusi Caloline and Oil .a'nd p.,kol,nsnd ShellCener.fAuto IlorU)'1na' Him, Gifts0 wr,pped Repairs P� 5c 'r'ld up . y Peterson. Prop. We rlorlI llYea . P. R · o� A . k -1 ' 8 : m : � w G � . d � " : '. � : � � S � � , ": � � � � � i ::l : , 3 . :::::::::: ::: ::::::: There ill bea.uWul .. ! CALLEN K AMP'S pb. :=.body our· �2...Ibould �nde&YOr �I ! WHEN YOU THINK Of HtlIvyw...ej..,�_�.. thl"$3jLr'l9ed �� Olor1fy with .. i" Re.1 lroqu Music as � are OXfORDS �.95. $J.50 � -think of . Tac:orn.'s Music Store complete be.ul¥

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Students Decide To Publish Saga Again This 'Year

recelvl�lmOlL!l

' After

. eYule"fntefhi O'Plcalny�me'k nt" Eilht d lttr.One-Act Schedul In . Cym.: . {Adde:d Feature

, cl!max to the pre·ho\lday Collep As a tictlllltle", the Drama. Club "prelltnta a

support

, by the AMoctaUd Student Body at Its . meetin.g IMt ThurMtny. the propo!iai for the school

ann,uRI. The

p\lbl�hed nut silring

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the

to

entirely

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row everting" December

��II�����ii��i�;I�frff;11i-

return

the original annual plan. according to

John Van Le-uven. studeht dent.

body

The editor \\'111 be chosen by the rac­

ulty th� flnlt part of next month, with ,.

choice.

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. Yule GuwmS Queer In Foreign Lands

"SP�I�" letse, f&llgman,"

'rulle

pare thl" Scandh1aVlan t�rkey,

lent

In

TIle feeding ot birds Is .many of thl" provinces TIll" food

way and Sweden,

on thl" roofs of houses, trees

Ce!!,

E\'ery man, no matter

task In Sweden several

Christmas. "splc and

weeks

condition,

brought to rrlends In Person

one receiving seldom h

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e f :e:y �::!II��e: I� �e&!ldoor or wlnd�w and another home, off In NOniay the hunt _syatem . 15

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used,

Olfts a� stored away In most strange places and each person 15 expected to

look fO,r hl5

own

rift.

and

It l5n't

·unUI It is found. Both young and attend church and the CUitorn ot , , Germany greeta with a Welna.chtel}" and spreads

e

light is

th,.t of

The chOir of Pacific Lutheran College

will make 114 second pul1l1c appearance In Tacoma Thursday luncheon of the Tacoma Rotarlan Club In the Win.

at·.

thrap· Hotel.

1b1a Is an annual Chrtst­

The foll� aeleet10na will bI! pre;

t n P lanao PaulJnl! �=�� HomI!'"'-Noble Cain "Chlllun' Come ce,

sa

their Chr1atKrUs �Ie the place ot our Ba.nt.a. Claua lind he himself who· mates inqU1r1ng if the behavtOl' been rood. .

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born ,on ctin.tmu for apeda.l � ' ilven h1in. - A cradle .. La . J

Fortunate 1a the flm cbUd that 1a Pap 4)

the

nMlt .

the errort of t_he club"

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"09Od Will to Men," written by Laura

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Dt:an Philip E. "aace anD01D1OH'

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".n· tiecin m. ZI, at cia- .will be �umed on ,"oncla:y. January .. at 8:10 a.. m, Final ilelllStft' namlnat.i91lS wiD becin on Wedrie.day, JanlllU'J' %3.

that Christmas Yaea�on

Friday, Deeember

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Will

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Olson-and Flotr. To Be · Ma;ri,d Here. Dec. --.

eraoo. ' soloist Arnold Kinp"7'"Romen

feet1-

mUCh lite denae fOl'elta. ·

mas decorations.

WIUI

kind attempted by the poop

· · thul it if ."ittt!' thi? dt;"'ttd: d'1ld, 10, tM t'"' ""hieh Ithtf11' of ],ult,,; thty I"'" i'fl tht t"st. �I: btfort I�tm, " by tht "rophn, · tht ",het (Wt'T ItooJ and e"mt it till /"nd tht in 6 Ami thou 8tthlthtm , lone Mo.dlltll. Jane of Jud", "rt not tht ·Itast am ong IfIt, yozm� (MId W"'. Brunnl"r, Thelma 10 IVhtn thtY , stlw Iht slIP, 1M, rt-, princt< of ]lId,,: for out of tflt( Ih,,1f ,-omt " GO'l'trnor. Ihal shall mit my jotc)d .,ilh lJ((rtc/i"g grral joy. [.f And ..h,,,· Iht'f' wtT(! rome inlo /'toplr IrrMI. 7 Thtn Hrrod. fItn h" h"d pri...i/y tht �ll1t, Iht'! la'" tht )'Czmg child wilh ,,,/lrd Ihr ..ist m,n. inq',irtd "/ thnn M",'f h;, mothtr. <1nc/ Itil c/o"," , anc/ Sva.re, Lloyd Thompeon; , h", limt tht </'" "pfi'r"'td. worshipprJ him: .mc/ whtn thry· htld diri!!'rnll Eldon Clyde If Anc/ ht 'tnl thtm 10 8ttMthnn, tlnd optntd their trttf/llTtS. they prtst'nttJ basse. ; Prank ' Ellaaen" oaten reid. Go fmd ,,.,,,,h c/ilirunt�'f /or tnt ,11'1110 him gil'l: gold. ,md fnmhnctnst, Andenan. Hayward. Paul Preus. Soloists for the 'OOlm11 (hild: tlnd htlt Y" h'"'t loontf ,mc/ myrrh. Include Evelyn Syveraon, Jane -St. Mllllhtw '1:1-11. Mm. bri'1ll!' mt ""ord "gtl;n . ,h", I m.ry Irene Odell. and P'rank Hay· comt r.nd worrhi(l him .arlo, ......c,., 9 Wht'1l rflt� h..J h'ffTd tht kinR. for the slnglni Eisa

And

bestn

.evergreera pn!domlna.te· 1n

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Noond� aton Winth morrow Croup Deci Sweatersrop:,

lan!I. Dr. O. A. 'l'tnIelstad will be one main speakers on tlt1s program.

nlckertna candles.

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. �'ucr"' I ·"' ··Loo '.... t in the Nlcbt,.l

streets of. Germany d� the

val are

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of the

&net carry With them a. candle. Enterlni the · places _hls. ca.ndle 'upon the N �un��w=m U: � ��

It.s

mas program sponaon!d by thl! Rotar­

:ole �::S= �e � � y church

>'ear's performance, which

of

Dean Hauge Announces L. D. R. To Have Choir To Sing At Vacation, Exa � Date, Rotary Luncheon . Christmas Party

Everxthlnc mU!t be

span"

No;" W�'1I ltlul WtlS itPr'1l ;'11 8ttMthtm of ]z,di" i'1l tht d.,.,1 I)f HmM tht ki'flS. bthold. thtrt Cdmt wist mt'1l Irom tht t(llt to ]t'?UJ"/nn-. 2 5.,.,ing, Whtrt il ht th", il born K,ing of Iht JrwJ? fOT Wt havt sttn his II", in Iht tall, .md art romr to WQI'Ihip him. I Whtn Herod IfIt kin!!' h"d htard Ihn� Ihing1, he ""'. trollbltd. tfnd all ]t'?III"lr,r;; with" him 4 A·nd when ht h"d g" h rrd till Iht ehirf prinls "nd lCTibrs of Iht p«Jplr tORttht'T, h, dtmtlndtd "f thtm whtrt Chri<l ,ho:dd br born, 5 And tNty said unto him, In 8tt"-

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say nothing of the time It lakes tuk,"

OrHne

8 o'clO;Ck,

, Bell and Ruth Dale, baa II

pml­

the editorial and business statfsranWng Immediately

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To lille up to the preeedrnt set by It.IIt

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and

satisfactory

prompted the action taken

;'Good ' Will ' to

Chrislm8.'l," in the gymnlllllum" �mor.

p�lng . Howe\'cr . the plan

twO

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cantata.

Mell," and a one.nct play,

approved

La.�l year a--bl-annual Saga was pub-

IIshe<!

yelU'S,

Christmas

Saga, to

the executives 9f the Coilege Board Trustees .

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Lutheran �ureh. �th the RuIt. so� MeliUs T. O. 8� performlni' '''' ' �:�';';;' I drer' ·";' Irene Dahl 1)111 be � 0: Mlldred Mon.on. aoI.oist and Norma Preua, ,HI!len O�n. Nl&ht" . Eldoo• Anclt!rton prealdlnC. the LArsen and Elizabeth Dahl ·wtn a bua1neu meeUnc Monday br1deama.1ds. The � 'wW� be i � Clarence wbdber Preui with" Or cbOtr members abouJd bYe Clifford. OPheim � OIa1 __ . _ ' �uch favor aDd enth� uabeI1i.c- " frOm the the f�COIDIIdUIIe . The bride to � .ampa. to _ . Dow aUendInC , after .c:mtamu "IlIC&&km : � � wbo' from the UI:ienl , JobnSOIl. · Ku\CO Hem.. and Roof P.' L. C_ � ynr: ,- ' _ 1

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By Bob ./ . . '. . . EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in·Chief Nesvig M iltan, �I�ood��� �n�:� �:�;: , � ;::: · Associate Editor Helen Ho!tcamp. . Features Editor EI,eanor. Hauke ,SPQrts Editor . Paul K. Pieus . ____ Editorial WriJer Paul Hviqdir:'g y bo Reporters-Eldon Anderson, Kathryn, Anderson, ludith Behson, . , Elle!)' Bergstrom .. . Thelma Daniels. Elizabeth Friis. Harr. Cribbohm. . Hazel Hagerup, Mabel Heggem. Courtney King. Marian Kahre'r, .lone jiM oiLMadsen. Robert Martin., Robert Monson. Valoorg Norby, Roberta oor�;e<I}' . Tqrrison, Lenore Withrow, Russell Frye: ' . D�EIBELaIS. back. Typis.fs�EI!ne Benson. Edna Tobiason. Ll WA., . ""hy-.pOp". fi·om ' 'Ll iDBUSINESS STAFF. BUSiness, Manager Bertwm Myh're LOW., Assist�nt Business Manager, Clyde 'Crimstvedt EULA oo�, "Pardoo Advertising Manager . . James Ciflilan' SA ACCi!lIt'·--cARL . COL�M.. TOM Louise Jacks'on WYER growll lil}--:-ALICE BA!;tNUM; Circulation Manager Circulation Assistant " - Margaret Craft Hnk In !-=aculty- Ad.;. isers N. 'I . Hong and O. I. Stuen .

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Resistance.

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ever spoklm u in that. old ad.,,, �Oyn.oo�es In small pt.ek.agH" for al. thOugh '&he i.'I "tiny," 'when she does

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Thl!

She

8ollleLhln!f 11;11 d'on, with . ·'bAnl·" I�. " member ,of the Delta (tho 9amma.

Thill charming, MIM ·is recording secn!� ta;y dt the Del� Rho a.nulia \.his . year. She hU been many coritmltt..es, ,and . t\CUve ,.,.orker ahe 13;' U'/I which she has

for

been

years.

ttu-ee

on-

IU1

Mlnl5t;ert

Love

All ' . nc\'PT too late to meet her� . Do It rlght Accept ,,"'ay , !Salvation' The clI:pltals !'Ipell !flY Chr!stmM \ . t n to )"QU all. . :nle �)"plcar ·N";;",.."eglan, · havln&, Ute . O. .A. TlNOEI:.STAO·. blonde halr and blu� er«;",

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b�lne¥ falled-0L1VER . eommunlt).', ",1Ik:man- " !.he

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' Christmils. ." ere Ag,in '

In three act&-JOHN the. \1Uage dan!!y

.col1eie.--HE.LEN

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friend?

. Sunk, · Sin

Ood's

· Santa ClalIs. wllJ }'ou send Prof. Sluen ' . a toupet for CttTlatm asf'.... AJld �nore Withrow

flashln, brunnelle of \he Ir.dU.i.. tA!,cher to be, onr:: addom (.....m her unleu she. hal someI�;; t�"M)': and �n she docen't A'

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Love.

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U Thorilp!lOn IT .SHOP�NT BE rou1" B�; Em.,(e

Vlrrlnla

D�.16 ·D�. 11 Dre. 14

that ··Nol"!llr.e

�U�· laclr..lr\g

He's eIIptCtaI� ahort, �, He."hokU short. too.

accent."

b(ll" What does height matter, when �)ne 's best friend � dark�a swen COlitrallt.

bag"

year

the" Board

for

of

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Cont.rol.-t.hlll.

and Ia.sl..year'wu an active mem-

He·

Qer. being Freshman r.t!llresentatlve. ·munflge� the buaJnesa.. part of the Moor_- _ tng·Ma�i. and "'f1at a. business

Once ag�in t�e s!,!aspn of Christmas is here. With 'the phrase iTe,,"t · . " Dec. IS " once again" we are relT1indei:::l of th� repitrtion which the-years make In treB.1Urer �r e�I��. He � �' tn 19 o�: . -,-._, _ D"'Ie-.,.. �ed't'iI"" pll kaJ ie;..: d 1Ilgh� ai1d:st\i in completing their seasons. There is in .this cycle 01 years seed t,irne M&rpret. Crall ' �k. 20 �'.Il& In le�lIlK _ and. harvest, summer and winter. day, 's of g ladness and of S0rrow. Drelbelbb: Ok.to John tnumph s and fa,'11 ures. Th us were compos,ed th e years f !he p�st. M, Ore. 20' �non Wlthi-o",' so are ours formed today. Men have set aS ide festive days In whIch �� � �� �:;:m :,: : CI),de Gr�tvedt to forget their . daily rout,ine a!,d to give expression to their .finer Enid Hutaon !::�! : �moti�"s. to. communica te these to e ach o t re.r. to perpetuate them ' to. . Paal Larson . . .Dre.Zl �� ": h'" � ' I !l1I In theIr mUSIC art and Iiteratur� Pagan races have thus expressed A11 Han$on'; Jewel'ry Mable He Dec. 25 too � themselves though In- forms weird' and grotesque l:!eautlful only In WB.'1jl!'lI-1 a ry N-:: revealing the longings of the human soul Peoples lOtellectually enE Idl)'to v�:;.. r:!t0:nt. ..:::= !ight�ned and s�il.l:d like the �reeks have .poured themsel�es into !;lad IllIt It 257 So 1 1 th 51. . Dec.' n erpieces r o u f e great o mast 0111' Ihl,o �� Ore. 31 � ,_ ",._..,..=======� ���� � . . �;�a��fl�� �i�� :�:�::;�n� f���� � .� ':'ID�LE NI�:T V :EW =�Ba:� Christianity inspired ,:",ith the joy of �hristmas' and the �oul::: � r· satisfying narrative of Christ's birth found In the Gospels has also sn1('re ...�re :.� .m I� n �hg�t CO EDS! Clllf�rd lIau�n Jan. 3 � You'll find il .;! found expressi�n. in beautiful hy'mns whose wealth of joy and calm Emeel·JohnlJOll Jan. have powe , t0 fill the hearts of men. These have f.ormed the nucleu s Fteq;:� : �;:�rV'ae.l""� ;wn !�st.'lt skY. Marcell Dres•. Shop of .'the celebration' of Christmas, Learned in childhood, th�y are. . . �trt ngs thafo . draYv' people back to Go<:I aft�r t.hey have wandere� out O��� .� es . Season's G.reet i ngs Ifht . IOto the realms of doubt and unbeltef. With them are. as�oclated """"''',. c!::" """"'""""",;,,, ·from the our most sacred memories of childhood;, they are a Mecca towards \ whicn we annually turn to.drink deep from the source t�at made that" Charles Rosenbur, , r \bo OHic:. . Brookd.le Cr.ocery portio,:, .of o.ur lives happy. . that IS. �,I: s: ' t:== . of Chrlstma . s m:�I:�t lh!� Thus CIS the years' take the.r course the cerebra f.on abo = = = = = = = :::: �l /' . becomes an expression of our finest and most treasured . emotions. I' . I go l S . r . n an i i Sh u -·� --�.-·--� ME������H�N�.R�R��s�iNGS '!lhe �7:h T� ��d�ac:�� g� a��St :�� t:�:� for �h:��;;'i�� �:�;; S , . HATS, SHOES. A".. Parklarad Barber ShOP . . TACQMA . . an.d Support YOUR Silllle. il 1 +:: -= -= -=:::=======� Confectionery . The students of. Pacific Lutheran College will publish the Saga @. !iI,I GEO. KNUDTSON, this year, This statement afforqs a good deal df pl_easure to those of . \ , us who were half-afraid that this would not be possible_ Last year a I J=rank Skinner Co. bi·annual was printed with material (overing the-events of two years. This arrangement was not altogether satisfactory as it was difficult He : LADIES A�PAREL SA��: ES h ti l i �/:���;� S:���� dm�r:��;; a��C;�����I�:h�:n1�� M�r!������ r . 939 Broadway ��: Tacoma i . was not entirely fair to the student body that preceded the other. clS , I " 'i!========== 10c s n e e h u ;ub���tn� ::�����I����(j s���:� :���:11� b� �r:;e n�:� ;�:a�a�e\� I � BEST SEASON ' S with records of t if own affairs artistically arranged with one theme 'I! I. Jack�s Griddle and atmosphere nning through the book. HOL I DAY GREETINGS W I SHES In order tha this Saga may be a success. it is necessary that it I from o h e t f WE N�VER' CL05E ��� �:t ��l ������,��� ;r���s�ngO�:�����I� ���n��� ��; �� �� DR. WM. SMITH An Old Friend of vitality in our other organizations thiS, year'� annual should be a Dentist rea1 Saga, a record of ac:complishments that will be p,leasant to look I P. L C. back on';n lhe yeacs to·come. 1 p"","':;''''"" OI5<W".;� i"" M' Cifts For Him I the Name " Klopfenstein" o� his gift box adds much Typewriters to its value, but nothing I� O DA H L Y = Fz =:;: = � :;; :;; :;; SEASON ' S = � :....he.cr ill T·�O- . _to the cost Office and Portable GREETINGS J Models $20.00 and up. GREET I NGS KLOPFENSTEIN'S from Rebuilt. Terms. Re935 ' Brpadway pairing . Special Student Conr.d'. 1I11-rf"is ' S}'\·ersol)'".s eye�n"Oam around during a goncert_Kathryn Anderson, clad A,me JobnllOn onl}' her IllI:Jamns, 'SIU; on the fin! DUie - Quale !\!Iss

('.sealte a� Bolstad tca ed-up with �ren Hvld· � dlng nl the part)". nnd what r.. Ume ·th03e two hnd r-Oad)' Hughes should be

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the '3�_he lut the. high, ,:11lt mal1 . �eRr and rceehed il. letterman s sweal-

far !!os " McCjeary" Is concerncid mal\" ths f . year

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bro en nI ht I ' ..! l \at . a re rt' middle nl

donntes' a ' Mal fiSrnmn. Club or which

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And stands and 'Stand:; and stands

And stands and stands and st.o.ncl.s·

She: " So Jack saId that one lo\"es-"" to touch."

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C. function. : t the P. L. C. kets "'as sorel); missed ' ' u �ork. . They beat us, of �une. .but beauutul deeoratlon&. gym In tKelr tint conference game at "'hlch Dean to, E. Hauge acted . com�lned to make . s' t . t r e one a le n t The first half "'as slow With both Wbew� FlntS�1l&rW-�' ost b j m I �� �; . P. L. C. be. �unaster. � eYe� and ��g :����f ��� :� won t farrel for � lonr time. learns showing plent� or defelUllve hind; � d . quanet', .UII behind; Mr. ij,; .0. Beal. vl�.p.r£n�lpal of Un- ..'I�:�o� ",·hlch .w� ph1t. . ,:, pln.lnC" strength. At half tUrie t\berdeen led third qua ner Maybe It was we·ourselv«:s ��o helPmomen,twn: wt coin J:llgh School: and the .gU�t speak _ 9 \ 6. In the third qu,arter both teams ftuar tf'r. • ed. for. to begin with. .we b�Ught; to)'l 'ell. .,.ou know the rest. A er . ror the :\'enlng sta.ted that bigger 00 "OU KNOW! 0 t work aQd ran weill more essential . . cheer � the score to 18 t)"pical Luth�nn finish. AI�1"! In �d better teams , are �. 15 ner first year, but ;"'e hope not to help spread Chrislmu to 17 Il.lth A"Qerdeen stili leading, Play, th�� fi«hUnr UII the lut whistle blOw... .today. . than tltteen )c ars ago. Good. theThis Her harr is brown, and her the chlldren , o! the Parkland Children s continued with both team1l battling on .and -:lIt ,.,u know, C"�ne...U,., emerclnr �ehlnK, SChOlllnhlp, . detennilllnlon, 1:)'C5last. are blue, and she b' Norwegtan H9me, whle!) 13 l�ted at Everett.. And aQd eUort go to make pp �he better thro'ugh and throuKh. Thll L.' D. R, thef we had 00/ p�. Did you l'\'ell tenns l-Intll the c]oslng minutes the ,·Ictol'!. l ' ' team. put the ' " S, 8. and I}(>lta Rho Oamma. both <:Ialm her know thal Aida J�.. MUdred '),(OD. when Moe, Nilson. and Fadness �IAdlators ]n the lead ror .the first tlm� The boY1l. S",;urc111Y evening. looked a COach Clutord O�n In his talk as- � a mem�r' as d� the French and son. and Irene Odell could �1' �cc the Ollenlng minutes. The Luth. !Ittl\- ragg�. but when they' get more serted that th13 year s team hiLd , re� Ortma Chtb. She must be trustworthy These. fre�hmen ce�nlY pleaaecl. In : erRIlS then -toug-ht-off-a de'Ptt&te.,rally_ exper.IWe in playing together, they Spirit :It)-d tight. working together as a for she is the treasurer or the Senior " My' Buddy" a'nd " 1'1.11 I Do . Is Dream. of nlt P r. . P. er, the tea�s Cla.�. U�lt will. Interest anyone, her 'You:' : Then Fn.nk .Hayward pve. ua to retain a 29 to 23 margin' .at the close 9.'\11 be hard 'to stoP. _ueg a�1 ofren I � !9 ....!. out Pn EU\1i�I� \dloctor, . • o! th.e game. � mother Js one or th-e "�S"-1n the two �mpet solos.. '''I'he .1YLlts� .You _ s. s. ,/,c.. Moe 'led the �Or1ng \\'Ith 9 counters' ",oe. Moe, )(oe what'!' Moe �eta. :ro����:e thing, the , 5Ch�' �n�rlng k!tche�. . Let's I!Jl lP;t acqu.lnted wUh Sav� .for Me" a.nd "MemorieS." Mr.'· s n wa highl I Je h ' W l ���I �he l:':e "'�:h � ���i:: ���:f t't "- The 'sc hool ore�es17� play� �Iec - � :h:::y :�,. :: ��::.�;:�� �'":d: Coasting In on a comrortable lead the MDutch" comes out on top With hlCh tlons at_ the beglnnlng of the program. }'OU, EU\d' especla !ly: )'ou. morrow" and "In. the Valley or the Eugene Burgoyne. accompanied by Resen'es walloped the Aberdeen second point honol'!i. '__ _ Moon:' . Thelma Daniels, presented "Iolln selec- The OraduaUng ClaM decldro Friday About. that. time we began ,to look tor �Irlngers. The Lutherans grabbed the S. S. lead at the Ollenlng of ·the game a'nd " Mutt' Frye rel� sUghte<1 because he tlons and the,men's quartet,·conslstlng to have green and gold . as therr elMS our glllSSes ror ,,:hen saw RUtus" led 18 to 3 at thl' half. From tJ:lat PQlnt dldn:.t ret LO st�;t 'In the second game of Robert ' Monson. •Arnold Anderson:, ·colors. The class sweaters arc to be Sambo, , Oawgle, 'EU\d Uncle Tom tum mett Thompson and OSten EIla.sen black and )'cllo9.", with the numeral Into Robert Monson, �mett Thom tMy cOasted to a 26 to 19 Victory. Saturday. You see. "Mutt" miLde a few Em o red the fa\ group with' a couple or se· o\'er the rlg t poc�et. �{r�Kelth · Reld· son Arnold Anderson, EU\d OSten Ell�a­ Frye and O'Conner led the scoring 1>oInts In the tlrst game �nd couldn·t ' i) . for the Gladiators with 8 andr 5 points �ee why he couldn't do It �galnst the l�tlons. " concluded the !Teet.ing by giving sug- sen'. .respectlvely, we couldn't belleve r ingelst o O' A,'r ad talked on "Mem· gcstlons on the Chapel program to be our cyes.. However, our earll didn't II� re�pectively. Erickson and Johnson Aberdeen varsity. :. . d to f the Harborlte:; 9.11h 8 . and we knew that no o�� �ut the MeIlll.' S. s. . J:: hl']d Th�ay, �:�::!r:":�:. ;�:�:wln�� o'=�� :Ott �:e po�:ts r:o::�::� Ft-ye, F'a�ness. Norgaard: Hansen: San� ' . Melba ;�nnc,. was deMribed in Do ����te��m:'U!!d���gHe"':: d��I::: The lineups: ". :,:;; P. L. C. /291 IZ3\ Grays llarbor � . ��� you know, . , H.. J. �::n�r:;�=n��nd a:�I:.w....rc Blowln' " the ' way they did. .Eurene · was In their flC"h"ln&" for F' (8) Jefferies C,year,AlthouC"h he wa.. onl,. In Gpart Hvldding, u Moe (9) --..s: Burgoyne p]e� as much as e�er .. Grenier. SOlie, and , l v . ,J � th . me till six points. Ludlo.... SO���:a: �oo-: ' .':" ,� Harry MCCor���; :��:.�:;��: Re��� e p . , Fadness (5-) .......... ..0 (21 Carnockl When p, L. C. meets Centralia down mlek's girl at the basketball- game, Sat· mlst.rt!M ot ceremonJe4, said. "Wh at J Tommervlk (6) G (2) �narlk there next Friday evening', let's as many program would be complete" . wlthout mday ,nlght. . Verner had to light hard to keep the Cix Subs: P. L. C.-50Ue (21: O. H. J. C.- as possible to1]ow the boy's down there. l Hauren and Bob Bva.re1 80 the ' 28- 1 4 blonde .\ that he brought out to !.he game. genial " Professor" and b\f rJetd.-t.D:1 Carlson (5): Peterson (61.. Coach 'Olson says. " Since I have been _ _ ,_ pining Oot simply ls .Charlotte Referee: GUlihan. �halk, � l:t b Sc agLln chased ,a.way our � .lIat man beaten never have we C. L. P. ' at coach so With hlan usch an )=homp ' 1>. L. C, (26) fl91 Grays Harbor Centralia ,on their home noor/' The dropping them I'n from out of the arcs away because one of �he college grad· the surprillt' or the. eVening was ·the uates doe� not know that sh� Is Jiving. golden-voiced tenor. BOb Bvare, ,,:,ho . Mitchell (4) .F .. , ,.,..Covlt.ch boys are set to beat that Jinx EU\d let"s with devast.a�g eCCeet. Pacific Lu h� t the source charmed us all with "When 1r1ah Eyes HaaVik .... ..,_... P Ellison gh'e them all t.he support possible. eran prep �gen thoroughly trounced Mr. Edwards discovered Preus (2) .•. . ....•..C Spicer S. S. EU\ Invadln� Lincoln high quintet 28 to of Virginia Harrls's' original composl- are Smlllng" and "Venl.tian. Melody." O'Conner (5) ..0 Wh), .'U Pacltic Lutheran Collea-e 14 on the ]ocal mal)his TUesday after- tions. FInally, a gUmp5t' of the true" s,ptrlt of . King F.ord 0 III Jasker Ittt out or the Rose &",1 seleetlon! noon. " Christmas was. glv�n us w�en Mlu El\, . Subs: P. L. C.-Vota": '41. Hanson, FICUrin&" out romparalh'e �ores, P.L.C, Orv and I,;loyd gleaned 10 and , frlda H&lene611 read "Why , the �.es Coltom. KnutT.en. Archtklld H). Frye ill th� touchdoWJ\.!l beUer.n Stan- polnl$ respectively to se t t�e pace and Rang" and Mrs. C. 0. Olson" sane ° 18) . Anderson 1 2 ) . Pflueger. 0: H. J. C. tord, and 51x betler than Washlnct.on! Blessed Town. or Bethlehem. Incidentally " !clng" the game by �a1r " -Erickson. 18 • . Johnson 1 8 1 , Niemi (21. Co.'lch S«nlS !dh:hted betaUSf' his leam time. The 9]adlators leading 24 to 4. With Harry Orlbbohm 'presiding, the Follow].ng the program we at.ruclled Referee-Clarence Monson. wasn't selected to plaT the annual New Coat:h Ramstad shoved his seCond High School Senior, Class will present with "Cooties:' romped- with rlne iO"======='1 V�ar'5 cl!L!li!!lJr. • string ]n with the opening of the third. the Chapel I)rogram. Thursday, Deeem_ games, and consclent1.ousl� �ppUed our S. S. 0"'0'11 (1) minds to rueasing game&. Tben period . ber :zcL . In closing. Merry Chrlstm �. and a p, L. C. /281 (14) Lincoln The C]IUi.. will begin by "singing a Sally mated with. Joe and Bob wtth ther Da� . 'Happ}" Nl'w Year to you a . .F.. . .. . (2) Dahl group c�rol. After which, Nonna Pre. Jeanne as we ,ollowed Mrs. Ea Larson (6) . marcu. utter Sw. t.... Our S.,.ci.lty .F, Thompson (81 (21 ,Halberg us Will play a plano selection entlUed .and Mr. Paul.Hlghby in a rran4 perhaps the very SchlEU\busch' (10) C. Wad&teen "At Sunset" by MacDowell. Mr. Flotre But " o3 1 1th SI, T.coma W.sh . ni�t part at MERRY CHRISTMAS . o. Hayward 121 (e) POrter 13 the .maln speaker EU\d has ch()Se:n as the whole evening ,,.." when � all i!) Hudson (21 . ' ..0. . J3rooks his subject. "Christmas Customs In Nor. gathered around the Chr1stmaa tree and H APPY �E� YEAR ') Subs: P. L. C.-S\'are. O. Pflueger. WRV:' The program will close with- the with' happy hearts sang the o]d Chr!.stDahl. Haugen. OrJbbohm, Mll('f. LIn · entire stud.nt -body singing "Silent mas carols. 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. . .. . Announce Co"..,••t. 'Editorial and ....In... Staffa: 'aM.. CIIUl�n; . . ' HcSOn- H.oItca." "'lOCia.t.�Edi"", .":'WIIli..m_._ . . Pf'uel.r. Cik,ulati'" Mana,.,. . , , Thelma Dahielll and Roland Swanson.have been selected by the faculty Sap,: the editor· and buSIneas,.manacer(respectively,.of !.he lWJ5 They an­ �owice the' self!CUon of their !tatts iLtter recelvlnl apPllcauori:a dUrtni the past weet. With. theae.posI.Uons nu�, work on the Year .Book ..,111 beatn at once, . ' aocordlni to.P'n?f. N. J. .'lIOhg, advisor tor the editorial ,:tatr. , Hel�n lIoltcainP and ;,lame. ' OHlIlan · hOY< .... '!>oo<,n to , Ib, """"'; ",' Board , , Of· Trustees ltorahlj), The remainder or the edJHas Imp4}rtant Meet toM,1 .Wt In";O" ,.;,.. . "Iton: . Rachel Flint. graduate; Ellen Berg­ Ne. Members Introduced : Hi,h- strom, IOpho�ore; Ida Mets: treat-.man ; bt. ... Taylor Cr.-lited L�v... of and H�' Oribbohm, high IClhOoI; Absence; lud,et Approv" Judy Benson. and Francis Archbold, . wom�n's The Board o�tees of · Pacific organlutlon4; Haul H&ge�p. Lutberan College' met at the home of llports ; Eldon Anderaon, men's 1port8: Dr. 0, A, nngeIstad TUesday, Jan� tVe1yn EcIr.lund, a.cUvu'\es; EviiYil Sy16: Those who attended the board erson. -musIC; Bertrum.-Myhre. relic­ meeting t?r' th.e flrst UO).t: . were Rev. 'vIon'' R,o!)erta Torrllon and Arnold An_. . . Orosehupl'of Spokane, and Rev. E. derscn. art; Valborr Norby and Oary Knorr of Beatt.le. both represenUnr j'mmi'''o.•\ American Lutheran church; Rev. PnuegeZ;. sel10i01 lIIe; lAuIae, JacUon, Ahderso� of jipo�, _�!!. J.l!!f!ICIoala:... � ... ..Be�� ' __ F'ebruar,. 22, 23 and M are tho.: dates ..Brrrrh-��rdrrrrrrJJr To the COlumbia Conference of P:rlIa. Ruth H�ulland:' typJat&. ".nlol., EIIn,! o<h"'ull", for the annual P. 1.: C. AluDl- not w /;'reeze: lhat is the synod; Mr a nd T ' , . ' W, advertising m�r. · C1Ur�rd U 'tl3 nobler in the mind :;: :�I�� ="!:� �d�Y� AJumni wheth�r Mestord wm be 'assJaf:.ed by 'Joanna to � be<1 and freeze to death � yet only tentatlv� plBlJ.S naV!! � tarms . M. �. · F orde. ManoUSOB, Eleanor Haulr:e, and Vern , of lee, and against a bed Will made. but the. three-day festival bu ot the Ume was spent in con- Knutzen William Pflueger Will serve - wooJ soc� and an ove.rcoa� F'rlday, a Nlght.on Drama Include lr.e tbdl game wlUl. Bellingham In the �'ake up about four �. m. to 0"'0..,01 m.,,,,,,,, plans for improving. the fI- circulation manaru wUh to{,e Madstatus of the College throua:h Aida Johnson and Irene o,ieU as P. L. C. gymnas.lum and a banquet sat- you should have put on a n a Pal; of mlt.t.ens. And. urday evening, and festival serViCes and ass15tanta. FrlllljoC. Tayet. will act. as ��. �; � I b ':;�:�� /��� almost time to dress, and Sunday momlDg, the Pael!lc disLrlct 01 the Nor- accountant. comple� plans will be made when :�: :Ch::al7�.� .m�g:a:1l wf1I:lan Lutheran Church or Amer1ca, Thelma Daniels. ricc!nUy appointed la , n""" � PI&n' � a editor, baa ,worked on last year's and c "lom m,-Ib,1 ::!�!::e����� ��:� �=; or bed to close the �dr:..... anij �mo'mPI·lng ot .., "_ "',.n...,"'" breath faJI from �our mouth � man-servant; Marian .. the . M ing K tu T1 lstad Wllbert N your District Ptuldent, Rev, H. L, PossW'ot thls fltJ)'. edttertaI 0I Pac! Ictcles. Freda Goodwin. Egbert's :e � � . a� N?t= m: . . ., ;:�'Ulst·. Ber-r finAncial, secretary Mut and Is at present .!'1c LulhBeaUle: district Ortbbohm, a mesaeneer boy. a Theo-tlokenstad of B�m�rtIln, Rev. S, eran COllege eoriespondent to the TaPeaturlng the ' O�"1whClle Ident1y :�t.H�;t. �;o:g� r �es:t:� ...·!v:e�;:�� := ::tlr.1:!e� " YUvlsaker of Stanwood, Rev. T. 0. . coma New. Tribune. Beside. th1� journot reveaJ� unt1� }he conclusion nl adviser. we now ha\'e a IIlIght an r v winter mlJhl appear In .. h' S � �;:: experience IlJIe send lut y�r :1 �:=� o�� :; �o��'e. :u:���� � ;:=. nallaUcvlce-preai Happy-Ness discovered .dent ot the Drama club to this matter is in the course of as the in the portrayal are: Eldon' n Saga Snnnsoring and &ecretarY ot cpe Prench club 'and 1"". Ted .Jones; Stanley Pont , :: �;':f �71��w.:t least Busuleas manager Larson submitted this year holda !.he ' �ttlon of vIceW&liera, Mary; Elizabeth PrtIs.. fclt the:" other night Contest For Theme: she operating budget of· J38.258, and , a president of the student tiody. . John Van Leuven. nm, the COp; tripping the IIlht fantastic . service bud&et ot J23,OOO, tor Roiand S�n, bualnesa rnan.acer Ohost. en pond. and' the� all of a . Tbelma Daniel&, �� of &be Sap. of which the BoArd loc Ult Year Boot JeI'V� ;.. clrcuJa... ously :nd withput stantane _ . aDnCMlDees. ihat tile AnD'" " � Happy ack! and cr snap! or �Ioba . f for conte.t ,a . ln Uon �anaproi the ms-" Sap. lAIt . Graduates-Decide . mad .a t n I . hbY 1m hip-high a . 05 · Jear'1 pabIk:aUoD. The , the MlMIon ;;;;; fot'1muu.� a'_ , w.. ::' 1,av, .o'" yeare � preak1entotofthe �� . y',.-�,. Io...'1eU wtU be a...... to Icy water. "I don't know On l'h!01:OI�al,ber ffftbman . Willi saturatJon ·.o� capll1an' action, U he securea the fellowshJp Bod t.y, vtce-president ... � bed theme abmHLb , . and wa des1rta. Mrs. Loulse S. Taylor, clala -. member of. the debate sure a wet. . for dneJC!'PIDI' t.be tileale-' It Sa;.v Com�ittee Mud... Iy Arnold supertntendent.-elect, wu ctvlIquad, somethln¢ or1glnal In tt:lter; UIII ...' eUllb)e' to , ....... Awa" Conty;;ct d e e of sleds, the other n1a:ht.. I A��n�IY .� '�I�nnW pubUc:auoo , To HartsOok StudioS a��: � �� �� =�: =:,�. ' "not Of .n of absen� tor' Mr. Paul is satW�tory u an annual. Ax!A leave . At the mee� of the Sm10r �u:�� : p"us�� U you = =:,!;;e aa: D::.:: waa 'extended to April I, 1936, cordinaly, UI35 .w�I1 � f.1nd P� L. C. t.s lut week. Arnol(l Andenon, � aIlJ CCIIIlIIIIUee pU�.... coa1 about threeti IIOIDme:raau own n:"Quest.. . '!YUh a SaP· We have 'chosen the of your l . of the plctUre CCI!DIJDItt.ee &.IJ..DOWJCed Paeed '" N. 1. BoD(, � B. Kiddkir.' the very plncI��, you BOard approved � C;:lutord staib; our;adv1ee", helping that t.he IlarLlook Btudkiot Tacoma wUJ O. 1. '8'-. L_YIc L&nGal. .... Ed fO;Ot of the home and up �e ac or project, again gymnaslwo e� m_1:Je .. ' � , What' we n� DOW 11 tbe oooper&tlon . take ,the plcturee of the cl-.. foe the 'l"IaceWad. Eatrfes . a let in or � � el 8qa.. Tbe price tor 'one doa!n 3 by aad 1IaDiied stu ..tied to )It. Daa'ie... body," the dent r.uertl Mill Dan� 0 the gymnaa-: of unt1nlIh� _ a-v._on 4%, picturM in toklen, eaael t7Pe, 18 ' I' 'Iell., · '3.,50, � en1&rt: rem� • by 10 'intbe. makes. Sunday evenJna we heud a d1&- lum �t.. .... nu.I Student Tnp . 0 T r · y s the .. ... Aooord order. eKb dn about the amount of mow tbe:re The �en. medina wID "be held IOme"A school t.lreJdy fai-payadea irtth pftD cussl wW � vanced. please make 11lmmedlate In,', to the COIltract, ODe dollat muat be Mt. R.inie, To' Be Feb. 10 would � on the around 'Mooday: mom in t.be ant. part. ot April. ments on the 's.p In � that. the pald' co the order at the time ot:the inC. SO!Debociy � that t.bree � " . ( , . e a the ��=!:;:n�:: =:: � !.w1:� �re! =wIn!:y�:; ���� Sec-o..d Semftte, �I..... � �_� �� �. :::::..�:. A.cdenoD nine o .y the �er of the ' t2 due in lUG .... Tu Mount to tJ1p annual .A the T 0.,· baft to tbat � the dedded Commence "au It nyway _ 8en1Dr with Mr. ' SUnday PebruarJ ' �ft paymenLl," .1&teI. Mr. &wanecmmltt.ee "'" EftIyn lrwtD, 8b1rteJ. Ra1nIeT OD , 10. 1m- 'by morn1.Dl' the street car tracta would " ' . . , Savqe, Rboda RokeDItad and. 'EupDe 'med1atel1 101krW1na: deyottonal servk:(es be ".y dowJ:I,. under heapa of mow, aDd • T'. ,."" ceaIIIe&. In � 100. to be held .at m: a.. m.. the ,poop � ambIUoiuS tud�t. coUld IJI)Imd the o.a � .uia& � will ·At a ipeda! meetID.I .of the faewty B1lJ'I01DI!. " . .. � belli - """7. the � comm.tt.tee publk;aLlODl held ,..terbuI1d1nr soowmeo OIl ck!8erted . AocordJnr to Il1ltot1 N..-tc, c1ua � - ., .... ..... .-Mr, ....., c1Q . tbI! ccmtnct tor the pr1nUIIC Of tna7 � IIeCUl'IId 'bJ JIIaC.- JabC. Wll11ama bu· been appoihted�to c:on:&en ADd then came tI)e ' .be � , ..., to � the' Ann�l .... awarded to Jobrwon· I.oc with blm. IUrip are "'.ao be&d the 'oomttee ml on arranpment.a wben · we. leaned out of the wttIl ... . ...... ell ....... 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Nilsen IS) ....:.....- ....F'• .. �) Bro enshl nndefeated l'ODft'tftlce ....... er ed o off a cloee team \VO� ,' · t d .!1! of Unlvenlty of British �hjmbla cae. to..< 1t.eep �r and 1081 by quite a large' score to El· counten: Burdette was hill).· for the Jack (l5) ......... ...._.0: ............. (1) Ansley n on botb squads wUl be the Parkland noor on Wednese . une- To. �e"lk (1) ......0. . . .... Il) Wintle ]�nsburg. We have not met. this team vlslto� with 1 points to � dean. . day. January 2. o . me re as for the s A It wUl be a up (1) y�t. but when we do so. p ............0.. ... . ............. ..Wllcoll Fadness . h foUo Ja T t' wm,- MondA,. (15) Cen� SU!flb: y. L.. C.-Votaw ( 8), M!tchell Play waa CI08e. wIth . the Luthe��"" . Da&I")' ZI. game 'what Is a game.' By. comparati� P. L. C. (58) the Gladiators In.vel to for OU . holding a S�II score. the Lutherans have a slight edge, (8) Parker (41, Sanderson. Coltom (l) . Preus 'c..1) , mill wf h Seattle CoUqe. and wUl reMoe 'h . ardsley. but that means �ry' IItUe 'ln this game (t-) Woods Frye en .·P'ord. Archbold (11, Bolle fel. B ...:P.. Nilson (41 5 tots hUe :!!' of. basketball T.I Pflueger 4 ac . 1 onner O . .. ... :.:G:. . 51 . . . _ �d.ma O'C . , '( ) (ll J k . .. ':e best for " I B 8 Tommervll: (4) Wilcox FrIel The IIne-upa leI Burdette Sa,. •ha Is e )'01Ilr Fadness (4) UNION 1'0 GIVE PARTY • Po L. C ( 14) Itll U. a. C. denan (41. Col· JOU bow Subs P 1.. C school P (5 Bardsley ' Moe lie III Vota.w thai we ruty� bultetb&ll team· TIll' tom ' C61 Frye 29 �27 aen m F <:1) ll ooghby Nil lIa- arlon DonWith the anniversary of Abraham 1000 of the crowds a the IaA few C4) Ford (7) . Cen(t\ _ _ ._ Prin,le 0 Jack (3) / Llncoln's ' blrth furnlshtog the motif, pmes Rur� dicates )'OV I.ell of IIChooi ohue. . A last minute rally enabled the Pa- Tommervt1!; (31 ......0.... ... ....loI&!W'leld oa' for Ua� pmes apbiL ' ,. the Men's Donn Union Is pl.annln, all . ·clllc Lutheran ColI� eagen to unce 'Pa4ne811 41 .._........ ..0. ._. .... (4) rilh ( mlnr for saturday. February 9. The and see a real champ&onshlp team In P. L. C. lUI ( 13). Centralia .: f"htlng St. MarUns ,"-m 20-27, on SUba: P. L.. C.-vot.i.w, �r..on Ill. girls from the � Club an to be the Moe (31 /.. .. . ... .F . ... .... U) Barker the Ranlers mapll'S at lM-ey, FrIday. Mitchell. Ford. Frye. Bolte (1) • .U. B. ' Invited guests. Joe Mitchell. Osten (2) Woods Jan. 1 1 . .. .......... .. .P. .. SOlie B. B. C.-8wan, Henderaon ill: Osborne. Ellasen, and HlU'Old NUsen comprise Lest we forget. studen�. the boys are NIIso.n ( 11) ....... .. ....C . . Alt,?-ough w1thout the senl�S of IeVthe commlt� on arrangements . (3) eral of the first string men. the boya t notrtthe only one.!l who Indulge In the Tom.mervtk ( 2) . . ..0 . . . . . . urdett .. .. . .... B . . .. _ . . ... . .. . .0 . - 1'1) e eked out "to after uperlenclng conas basltctbalJ. It hU Ford .... Wm. \,, _ . "'.......""."...."....,..,..'''''..'''..''''''''''''''''''''''''.• ' ::ong Itno"'tl Bubs: r· L.. C.-Vota.... Cl' , '1'rI,e slderable dUflCl.!lty In conneeUng w1th Its followers. members of the DENTIST � raJ r R� who also receive much en. 1 51 . S&ndenan ��bo1d (41 . 0 - the hoop. Oene and Dutch· Moe ar ';ent and exercl&e_ from Um game Conner: Centralia-Donahue. I\ lln. lqolced oul.!lt.andlng for ' the Lutherans i joy OArland ' Lenon. and &taml�y, center, shone out for the of ga.ml'S. find the IJirls from their �� �pt!Cttve . L8cey boys. clUllt.!l attempting to uphold +------'---+ • . . �e game �as 1\ non·c�nfen! nce tilt. !:9."....'''....''''''''..''''''''''''''''''''�..�'''''....'''......''''.. !i} � as the boys strive to outdo other schools he OIadlaton �venth straight � .�:""""'''''''..''''''' ..'''''''..'''''''...".''''''. .''''.. ..''''.� In th'elr claM. Why �t go out and ���� wat4:h these games? ' � r-:-'----C S i. L1nu �: B. S. Led by the sharPshootlng·of :'Peanuu" Lutheraru (01 (nl St. Martins . Hay:ward. the P. semester. John L8rson al}d of At lh� ....RST . IN" rUaNlTUa&" ' (4) P. MOe � L.. Moe (141 � to tbe team, C. Hl,h School cqers �ve �n add"Fad." Fadne. win be � F (1) R. Moe i ad . n (!) Inl more ,:Ictories to an already 1m-. Fud haa completed haa coune bere ,;; 0 =�C���� ; I lli Si&mlel (ti.."""",,,,,..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,..,,....,,,,;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,&l eon· presslve record. Their record"' to date P. 1... C. aDd his ... wOl be I . Arehbohl (51 a (f.1 Dlaq)�D4oft . . p Iiderabl,. John Is Il very dependabte Is as foUows: . 0 (I) Fadn� , aU Ulef'l' when I COme-J to Dec.21 . . P. L.. C. I!I . ....Bellannlne _ Subs: P. L. C._Votaw. Prye; 8t. Mar_ �. Dec.27 .P. L.. C. 34. ...,..RoY 2to . .p�. Parkland OAR. Ol45-J;l.-2 .. tin&-Preuentint, Phlllpi . Co. • 21 _.Btadlum . . . . P.L.C. � Dec. 29. Olna wn.... ·r.. all ....... 8. B. IUl 5 . P.L. C . 24......_.Wuh. HdW. 23 � Md-Q . J After looldn, over the scoreboot. we ' I.! l 3 Kapowdn ......... 15 C. L. P . 11 Jan " e e ",03 11 th 'St.• Tacom.. ......'' .'''..:''''''''''.'.''''...'''''..'''...........''� .... ..''.• ' 1' . 12. .'�:'P� L. C. 28r :r;::::!c 2'; Jan : � � � � ':� :W ! � � ... : n � g :1:· th:�m,,�: t:U h . .. ' Ing to all of you. .how !.he fel . 1 \- , N . .' F0_r Job Printbur 10W3 on' the .!IQ,uad stand in point maltI '.n. WIUIama and Arnold AJadeNOft . Ing In ten games played : A Y.. . Ha"t' are desertbed � . � STU'DINT CTIVITIES -

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• . Entering into their fOUrth eonference . II,. of ' Pac�tte lAithr w1nnln ntne Uve ""'tnwon . 1L dedsi.,e "Ietory over � ('ran I ere ap. n came out victors ' old man ddeat ftnally overtoOk the tri.uans on the Rub C li}t floor Thurst he er ul akima rive by a . O\'�r �", 1 Y Junior College Wha" looked day. �. 20: by .the lump total of 9·15. l y 46·34 SCOIJ· Dl.sp � . nne passing to be a J)l'r1eet 5t!&$On .-tfh no de- With Ute Luth�� orfe(l!ll' e1lcldng g the Luth f ata. _ l' � rufnt1l by : oone othl'P than ' and the �efeme airtight Coach O"taon.. and held . the hilhlf ,�t.ed boy from the s first te.m ral1' up a larce W'lre. The throughout the eo: although the mountaJ.ns . . . , Ellensburg. Aocord1n, td second �uad then ' i60k the burden Intet th d re a. ' ��� ���� rea.te�l' pe tl'd.Iy. t.:.. C. �uld have won the pon theu. •ho�d@rs ·a.n�f. wtthout �t u . game with their foul shots but · ....e� uri ulty doubied the s re 'of the f1ni( co P. L. C. 1461, 1M) YUbna able tc 'JIake only four out I:!.f al�n d c arid man.i.red to hold the op� quarter Moe ( 13' .... . ......E ... ('I) Schtter tries. Not 10 good. We will be ready:. . post!), tHm to low ecore. • Nilson (81 ............... .P_ . . .... (4) Fl!we thO;U8h, when the l ��temers tranl Solie wu hllh' point 'maq. tor the Jack 1 11) . .....C .....y •••• (8) SmJth across th� hump to m..ciet us on our 'winners �th elenn ana .Pa.r�er and Tommervtk ..............0 .... (21 Megvdan own noor tn the near rut�. . Burdette were Ued for the loaus with' ..c.. \ - .8. 8. six piece. ' . . · e Playtnt .on the !)me court. the. O'� Votaw. Solie j 31 : Yu.lma.--crum' ." .the. ...-..' Um ..· PacUIc IMUI �4 . 3 n Hawks. McCoy (21: NuU�y ( 5 ). Smith: :: b � U l to � o��� entr.II� ' n

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Seme./er'. Ending . Bring. Broke;' H';" Student. Crock A. Pro/e...o�. . The cIlmax: of tJ1� ,semester ill herel

R�in i,.. ;n",.e,. Reporte�!. IniawillOlio" Bringing . Remorkpble Clwrige To· Surround/n,., Pro/ellors on ,. aurf board �t Ii. .m�Uni of Ut� 'Wsston �Ie�>, . Ho.:llUm: ral�� rain', ra1JJ, � � to echoOi-he ill �lDC

/': M ini.." Society To Hoy. liteaken Elecition Q.,,' ,."\...,, '30

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!tOmet,lmes. That day upon wtuch the whole ,of the- tun and .c&rtf�'to listen stoutest heart weal!;ens. acream, " ncaa of cpl.1ere life. We and strong men pale. The days of to. pref� h"oun e d "'. We are . days when. e·ver. true character be- taught and �mmanded to sit 'wlthout com� evident. acid teal.. The sud· struggle and make an .effort to ·a.ss1miden and ':Ide brnk . from drums to ,at:e the ltTele· realities. Examinations-the Inventory vant (We thlnt.) fQm\�. q!Jot.a.Uona. of th� semester. and what a search1ng tn6wfedeges, et Then. adding . .,. one! . ' , 'Insult to Injury. ft ·m-aetually .aaked ' A dtsUn�t quiet seems to ha e per� to make It evldent to th1s .sam�"ltertpg vaded the school. The rowdies and and laughlnlr (iant who � our. �er ··stoogeS.. setUe down In a deapArate, to make It e:vide.nt. In blatt" and whlt.e. actually .f.:lncere. but fuUle effort to do n", that months· :work. In half an hour. D stu_ .the horrid stuff to JusUfy h1I' .paas1ng dents plead wlUl A :studtnts for hints us through .. the course. Of COUJ'8l! .n-. on .atudy1!l8 . Notes are ��ed.;\� h� to take. It·s Ul}bearable. &D4 _w�t need 15 a recona�cUon of quiet. but confu5ed and. st:relLrii of quesuona pou r frou;t ariguW1�' our-enUre-��_� .ed �ea:rt.s. Why? Because tod&y. the It loolts. "·thoua�. in spite .of all o� student Ia ' thlnking ot·exa.m.1� and arguments: that � nations. of the. �ltimate �es. of the' simply lsn·t anythlnj in the wexld that paternal atUtude �ulung. of the hoPes .can be·substituted tor actual knowled;e and prayers of those lovtng and un.• when I t eom� to taking an ·exam. ..If selflsli. . �nts who sacrifice that their yo� lI:now �t�. you'�e all ·�ht. 'and If child' might have the opportunlUes:tbat, you don·t. then �u a:re very m�hlY they. perhaps. had. Oh; yet. examl- au .. There's no getttng IO'OUDd nation week br1np to a . head the preb- lt.. Anyway. now ' theY 'are almost. all lems of . many. It Js lovarlablr the I over: by �rrow they will be forcause ot many regrets and. why .Hotten. and all \\'e have to do Ia put. I study a litt.l': harder:'") l off all our next sem�ter·s work UDtl:i Upon �nalderation. the exam. . week the l&st few days IIke . we did thJs II(!. should hold n� U!rror tor the average. mester. and as we will �rob&bly do. should be more than ! along with all our pred�ess.ora. ad .iJ:).student. nltum. Such I.s man. the minorlty,·who really could enjoy the ! fl _ -'-_ � � _ _ _ _

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. At the next meeting of the German �Iub';to � held Tuesday. Je.n1.!8.ry . �'. an election or this coming semester s officers will take place. , In a.ddl.�on to � election there will be a program consiatlng of a blo• . graphical sketch. of Bach by Dan!els. and viOlin selections by Eugene Burgoyne.

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tn! running tor Y1ce-pre&tdent : HaR}' happe� �ur1nr exam �b. teePlnl' It la � � that he hu: spent Ha�rup and . Odell' are candl. away !.he tempt&ttm of e . few long a ;real. manY ye&rS in thl.s P.art of . dates for the poeli1bn-of��: and .walk;s. But then �e to think .of I,t. . C9untry. .' Paul Hvlddl,ng ana:Ralph Bols� have It· ral,l;ed bdortrwe ,ldt to ro home for . That surely can·t be �he street Chrls.tmaa. and 'moet of wl .tound tha:t 'NO, It caJl·t"-: be, but It .11•. 8:1d u...J.. been. suggested � be the t.reasw:er. rain gree� us � . According . to Mar:pret .Craft., rot hom� 'sneeR: w t a a.\ght. 'Ibt' car Ia not rUII of by only one conductor. but by ,trIJUlY . . � sid . e t. Roe;. T. 0: Svare-' wW be the dev. I aueu th� . could � a .. p lPain speaker for the pf'OlT"&JD 'to. be thln� �one-for : Instanot', .l� .�d ,for at. tau. 'window sits a COnductor ' Bob taln �er .and .'uter ; It Would,D.'t clad In ·blue. holdlna an oat and. IrUdheld next Wednesday sVare "t{U1 Sing a YarJoi-le n�ly .need to �� � juit. after mI- . �onlr' 16 the' vulpr. ott. oh-'I!le � st&l"t1llg cl&u- VolP Boatm&�. , Hea� hoI 'Ibe ea and Dorottiy Meade are to ' pla� & dar': lunch hour wh�n tor a walk any . ;toPl. and out steps Ramstad.... Such . · aild axQPh duet; Herbert es ,aod couldn:'t ooe Inet a 'Noria� wtlI y. does and after aJ1/th&t·. rqaU.al and to think hel a· college' wa but It " the 8c:r1pture 'li.d. . . . piofesaor, too. He· ....ean a di\'en unlthg. and t.ru: trlo. . OoUmunr of AIda scme�. . ' h uldn ell I I a tor '� .be ··growliDl f �. wblch he purchUed. JoruUoo; Irene Odell, and Mildred W , IUMII· , Cl Monson wilt tUin.1ah � voCal number. 'cn after. aU. thlnk of a1.� the mtp..ImII the. p� of �eeptng h1s (eet ·apd· l ' . . Of �Ple who are praYing da1ly for ah"6nJden ' dry. .Upon an1v1� � the . . schOOl he un\rells �d .f':Dds h1tnaelf ••• �:' . de•. " . ;I M .I-llve and ct.Je.1 Are my " dry a.s the Bahar& �.. -We hope . " . celving·me or can that ••. z:eally be , our o�. that ttJ I the profs don·.t take on this . . -pal Reid' reWinlr to school in the cutest style 'toO seriously tor think of the .. � time t.hat Wth "8wee.th� as' th� theme 'of pf row bo&ts. And s�t1ke noise and the . . . ' the Sophomore Class Party. the .Sopho-- the � haaI)·t been & bleas1ng" f.O him... would be � . (IronY) " ; 'W" o&e M� . crops mores entertalned Friday evening in �oist air "IWa� does uarten are o� h Mr HlghbY so � hear. the ·college. gym: ' . " the east side or the bulldllllJ' hu spent . ' .: oa la. the &;and march led by • Well. .well. weill � who·. t of h quiet moments ��. and whats that m M� Vivian JohnsOn. cla.ss adVIser. and h�re.. tra�par-ent. waterproof canvUa. to veil b Paul H. .Hlghby. the group pl�yed' dr· he ha.s on h� automo ile? Pontoons? over his .wJi,dowi: He dllicovered a . w ducky tor Aren t they cle g�es and sang son�. MargVet . p . i m rning .too . � we and th s o Tl,ngelstad does not Intend to be form la for It. Craft cleverly impersOnated . members . . saw him breaking out his old of the ·faculty. Eleanor . .RaudebliugW .outdo�e by Jhe oth.era. CUI IOQk at the panes and repl&elng them with his 'own out ot hanging he diving has . two �dl9P. "That Old Sweet. hla .. ndow. JUllt for our · hea.'1. of .Mlne·· and. "Be<;ause ·of. You:" upat.a.1ri wi � mo e Into the Coach that school · will Emmett ThomPson rendered ' several It I.s rumored aro�d BlI �e fean the. ""I� Is getting sang "I be dlslpiMed early this afternoon fot dorm solos. and Mildred ' Monson ' .� : e diving board �w for sure, him down. We don·t ��e yo� Truly." 0., n . but. we he&rd he even wore rub.,era one' . . ' .Refreshments consiSted' 'ot a. be utl· ln I __ day to school. but he �eVed them tully d�te<l wed�ng-cake Jello. � =���: :o� t�: =ri;�::�� n th� Ie J . ootB' betore h� enterecl the �ullding. because For the first time In the history of Ma�:C::��h�=ib:,:r:� and I(i'm nol mlstake,p. it sort of l . t his big f ball boys dldn t � he �' yesair �a1ly g H Mr. like SrIt . � . the organ'lzaUon. the ··Cholr . or the. prised . e committee In charge 'of � . g n . lon In whlc� he � �ml al!d the tasH to see them. West·· wlll.be dlstlngUJ.shed by. sweaters. range . as a result ot the voUng ot the cholt. -. ) will be substituted for These . ' . ' . Ie · . ' go-..'IlS at some of the cholt SANDWICHES. AU KJ� 10e • P.p . I •• . -Williams: Evelyn Syverson. OS· / ' -Louise Jackson was unanimo.usly Ellen Beri::ltrom. was elected president COmm rce .st. ten Eliason. and AlTIold Anderson com. ' We Nmer" CloR . prise the committee In charge of II!. of the French club for the ensuing year. elected president of the Pl!p Club for an a a u g o ' ----------4 .j. �e:� v�:: :� �: :�;��� e ��5: : � e::�:/ de the new -p Is t o ,Is vi resi t: Roberta Tor- !iI:'.. ..... .................." ..................... "......,........ ..... If;!, insignia P. L. C.. with a note running president. and the new trea.surer rlsQn wa.s named aee�tary-tr�asurcr: : through the lettering. Choir ' Is also· be Eula Mae oott. SEE OUR NEW STORE AT who I.s ar- and Paulin K� rs to perform the 1 Included this chenUie �tter. The According -to Miss 1815 p"crC I duties of ,nre.-ehlef. s\\'eaters will be distributed to Ule stu- ranging the program� the next � Plan are being made for a � Fr . · Mar.. February 1. skating will be held Iday � dents in about a week. week. � _ _ _ trumpet party to be �ld. sometime next _ _ old 'Conner .WI.II t�nlsh _ � _ � _ CoocI . . _ · ��e :��1 "' .... . .... ..... .... ... . .. ....... ... . . ..... .. ...."..:.... .. � . . Rhoda Hokenstad wut play a plano ,so.. tickets Those workinlr with her are and Margaret Craft will favor the Helen l.JIJa and Helen' Holtc&mp. Quality Repairing jp'Oup with. • reidlng !:9. ...... ....."...."..'''''......;�:......"..;�."... ....... ..... � �V ' "L m c SHINE� ...tND ao a I I

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PAClFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE. PARKLAND.

I Pf l ueger B e g i n s R a d i o

ueger Announces

Be ginning a series of radio talks spon­

sored by the Lutheran Welfare Society of Tacoma,

evening at 8 : 45.

erma n ; Fore ns ic Gr oup Orga n ­

In

wiII

the

he

state

stated

that

should

not

be

represent

Also IJlcluded o n the broadcas

selections

Pacific

compan i ed

the intercollegiate

by

by

the

colleg'e

mester.

been established

,1 Breseman, George Brockway, Vern

I

hers

�ed '.

OI l �utzen.

the

.rem ,

e c a us miels.

ball

Helen

Ellen

Holtcamp,

Ber grstrom

strom, secretary ;

. Thelma

and

that

the

nations

should

I

D bates

. , , ' " ' ' , , , . . . . ,,

airman.

in

Included

"Il are members of the

the

deeted

organiza-

debab:� squad

, ill Rogen, Everett Lipps. Paul Hvid-

ing

.

I I

J

.g. Herbert Hopp. George Pugh. Mary

J o h nson,

1 1 1 111 '

5

In order hers

to

with

the

actual

of

c l e a n ed , profession. twenty-seven third yea,r ,quipment

�?

:0. A,in 5 394

work,"

asserts

Ills on,

normal

supervisor.

" . . . . . .. . . . . . . , .. 'Jhe

:lists

further

stated

of from

one

Miss

that to

Vivian

the

two

of

takes

full

control,

working

in

coordination with the teacher a.nd Johnson .

:he following students are distribuL-

Robf'rt

Id a

Monlion.

an d

TI10mpson,

Anderson's group

will

present

Par t s wiII be tak-

standing events of the year the returns

Pflueger, Lenore Withrow, Mabel Heg-

wiII

unfolded

taken

be

The parts William

Roti,

by Lloyd

gem, Alvfinn Arne, Ferdinand Bondy .

the details

and Jean Armour.

is

the

Concerning

Rev. Newman

cause

for

the

curse

of

conditions

in

I

I

I

I

domains.

The

"Jewish

For-

that there

six miIIion mixed blood Christia n

Jews in Germany,

Neither can Hitler

G.

Hunter.

and m a thematics ; Lyle Kreidler, litHorace

grade ;

Flint.

Mann-Rachel

Nancy

the

Old

Burnett. fifth a.nd

they

are

Testa m e n t ;

then,

I

I I

Then

you

he a d monished.

will win

those

closely watching you."

who

Savage, 4A and 5B grades ; Por-

."h grade; grade ; ;

Parkland-Mary

Marguerite

Bodrero,

Nash.

first

Ag' nes Langness. second grade ;

Quale, third gTade ;

th grade ;

Lila Rudd,

Jackson, o;vth

Pansy Collier,

sixth

(TrQ rl p '

fifth

grade ;

T .V>ll

grade ;

Clifford

the

In

.

are

so '

Rev. Newman was born in Russia and

grades ; Alice Nolan, third grade ; . wa s converted at fifteen years

Miller. 5A grade ; Virginia Mahncke.

Jewish) ,

" Hold . 0'.1 to your Maste l' and reflec t HlS love.

geo- I way of parting

and history ; Sidney Glasso, civ-

ure;

first.

(because

New Testament. and finally Christ.

hematics ; Gene Jack, literature and Lewis

to

be

one

of

has

who

Louise

Jackson,

appointed and

Evelyn

surprise

program,

is

at

present

r

ChtU'C

co d

feature

even ts all

the

traditiona

besides

of

other

which

have

pre

beer

at

8

p.

p.

m.

m.

the

three

P.

L.

one-ac

C.

Draml

plays ,

a�

will

give

will

be I)eld ieaLUl in!'; Dr. SPt'

Saturday

Alumni

the

BIIJ

toastmaster, and at 9 p. m. tIle. . , t ball game in th be a basko with

gymna sium

Bellin gham

playing Pacific Lutheran at

Sunday

be

the

At

a.

West"

m.

Dr.

p.

m.

speaker

2 : 30

and a t 3

session, the

11

main

Service.

wiII

give

Include :

to

at

p. m.

college gymnasium.

a

Sperati

Re

the

the

bu

concert

i

The repetoij

G lorification

an d

Colle gEl

t.he HCI'

The Spirit Also Helpeth Us

The evening's entertainment will feaa

year

Lutheran

nounced a s follows : O n Friday e v

assist him in the general arrangements. ture

He

numbcrs

NaSh ,

Irwin

was for severa.!

Saviours

to

union

the out -

Mary

2

the f inll. m

Plans for the reunion have bee

of the colleg'e annual." states MI'. Mesford

and

Our

ranged

of which wiII go toward the publication

to the request for appl1-

the

editorial

s taH

of age.

Since a period of mission work in Da.-

ma scus he has travelled extensively in

the near East and Mediterranean coun-

tries. in Europe and in all parts of the United States. Rev.

Rev . Sva re Wi l l Address

the

cf

Christ

ni n eteen students are trying out in this

Several positions have been left

i�sue.

o pen by students who have trans ferred to the

Ha z el

staff.

Saga

Hagerup

has

been

appointed

Newman is

holding a series of

meetings his week: in Central Lu theran Chur ch. Rev. E. M. Hegge' s charge. clo

RAndp.rson . 1 i n o- l.h pl·P F'rifhv p.vp.ning-.

_

camp..

has

who

for

chosen

been

� am c p O ' i t.ion on the Saga. An ne Johnson has

assist

to

applied

the

Edna Tobiason wi th the typists dutiel> a.nd Judi t.h Benson has been �elf1cted

to succeed

advertis-

James Gillilan as

. lll IT t'> m a nagel' .

Appearing'

in

the

masthead

this

is-

f',l e is the eleCtro of member s hip in th e A s sociated the

l eg e

Collegiate Press identifyin g

Mooring Mast. wih 400 n e wspapers

or ganization.

which

other

make

up

col­

tiolls

on

Barrett .

the

editorial

Gertrude

staff

are

Brunn er.

Elsie

Hedvig

D ahl e. Melba Fenney. Charlot t.e G o tt ­

Toni ht his , s�halk,

Berniece

Hauge ,

Olga

With Rev. T. O. Svare as the speaker,

the

Mission

recreation

Hugo.

SOCiety

room at

evening.

Other

Thelma

Dan iels

the

program

will

meet

in

the

planned

for

seven o'clock this

numbers

inelude

piano

and

solos

Edna

Associat ed

At·

the

last

meeting

of

by

March

Tobiason

the

society

Stude n ts

Deci

Send De l e gate ; Dates

and a baritone solo by Ronald Martin.

I

Meeting a t

St .

/J

1 -3

01 a f C 0 II ege.

field. Minnesota. the Lutheran

held January 30. Margaret Craft. viceUnion will hold its Annual Con president during the past semester. was , �'I u arch first. second and third. elected president for the present term· The Associated Students of 1 . . J t d b vice-preside n t ; Anderson. Dorothv . • b y a d eI ega! \VIII · e l'epresen e Pilul and . Hazel Hagerup. secreta.ry ; elected Thurs d ay 111 c hape I . Hvidding, treasurer, were the other ofAll Lutheran Students are eliQ ficers selected. membershi p in this organizatiOl

l

aim i

Mr. Conrad

Gaard of Parkland

will

give a lecture on the pyramids of Egypt at the student body meeting in chapel

tomorrow. never

Although

travelled

Mr.

abroad,

he

Gaard has

to form a closer unity 0

eran Students in institutions 0

G A A R D TO SPEAK

this

St. dents who have applied for posi­

L. S. U. to Conven At St . Olaf CoIl

M i ssion Soc i ety Ton i g ht

said . ·· I t is foolish even Mooring Mast for the spring semester,

warts" of New York states

are

In response

Germany, cations for

to think o f exterminating Jewry from

Hitler's

High-Olaf Ordahl, algebra and vo- I 'scrapping'

hem atics ;

promises

was

19 StU d en ts App Iy F or St aff P O S I·t·Ions

a t t.hes e four schools : Stewart Jun- expect to destroy Jewish influence by associate editor to replace Helen Holt ­ onal civics ; Hal Votaw , history and

nival

FebrulI.rv

reunion

Sperati

of the Luther Colleg'e concert BaI

to be held March

Hazel Hagerup.

henceforth let no man trouble me : He

Carniv al

annua.!

Dr.

Tacoma.

. .

8 in the college gymna sium . "The car-

Hawthorne will be presented under the

for

of

en by Rhoda Hokens tad, Thelma Ne ss ,

" The Ambitious Guest ' · by Nathaniel

As a guiding

tty "

advertlsmg manaO'er of the Saga , b ' . plans are bemg· completed for the an nual Saga

th E

director at " Pacific Lutheran Unl

. . of Cl!ffnrd Unde1' I n " IpaOPl'l'hlp Me.' -

I ford

Frith j of Tayet, Frances Archbold, and

the

atheism in Russia today. he explained.

rvation, and then the student grad -

ly

Rand baugh

their

24 .

Plans S u rpr ise Progra m

Ralph Bolstad. Louise Hendrickson, EI. A I' ms t,l· Ong,

best skating couple.

m a n , A n no u n ces Comm i ttees,

includes

the guest speaker,

as

eific Lutheran College Alumni wiII

C l i fford M esford , General C h a i r -

" Sauce

direct

wiII

vVith Dr. Carlo A . Sperati of LI

Colle ge

the best beginner, and

Sa� noa Car"n l·val Will Be March 8 in Gym

respective

for the Goslings" whose cast

Eldon

addressed

tile

direct.ion of Thelma Daniels.

Russia

work

weeks

Bergstrom

Ellen

" Now Don't Laugh."

I

'mal studencs have begun their cadet thing

group leaders.

of

elude Festivities

Day motive.

"

Three plays will be presented direction

Choir Concert Will Con-

members of the organization.

Alumll1

of L u

Sc�

student

problems

the

Valentine's

Spe rati

vario us , Chris tmas Cradle Song . .... . .. Sh� of the Jewish cust.om of ear-marking l -Evelyn Syverson As a result of the judging on the booths such as fortune teIling and a I So o a Jewish servant who chose at the end I plays presented on Fe b ruary 1 " " Gh os t l H ouse 0 f Horrors. To c I'Imax th e eve - I .. . . .. Three Kings of his compulsory servitude to continue Hunters" directed b y Eleanor Raude- ning. refreshments will be served. Solo--Ramola Rust in perpe�ual servitude. "These marks baugh won first place .' "Prose PreCommittee c hairmen w h0 have b een Christi Beautiful Savior of the Lord Jesus," said Rev. Newman. ' ' ' on of Arnold announced to take charge of the va,rictl fel'red" ll11der tl1e dIre Solo--M ildred Monson ",how Paul's everlasting servitude in Anderson, second ; and " The Orange- ous phases of the entertainment are as . . .. Chris! Lost in the Night. . . Christ and are Significant of Paul's Colored Necktie" directed bu J Lila Rudd, follows : booths. Eleanor Raudebaugh ; , Solo--Paul ine Watts Jewish backgTound . " third place. decorating, Eline Benson ; cleanup, HarTaenk. Naar Engang . . .. . . Christ Among' other things Rev, Newman ex_ __ �____ old Dempster ; stage, Raymond Reid ; Solo-Ronald Martin plained that the Jews are watching' the I advertising, Rachel Flint; ticket selling, . . . . . Chris! On, Sacred Head Christians very closely-watching' their Eleanor Hauke ; music, Louis G. HuntChillun ' Come on Home lives. "The persecution of the Jews er ; makeup, Gertrude Stenberg. Solo-Arnold Anderson (and t o some extent other peoples) in .

N or m a l

acquaint

the

llnder

of the

text he used. from the last chapter of

Lord Jesus."

Supervisor, a t F o u r Schools

111111111"

Tacoma.

Reunion.

the features

Helen Holtcamp.

I bear in my body the marks of the

ltd Year S t u d e n ts Work i n g U n ­ M i ss

in

one of

P au I

Galatians, these words of Paul : "From

Teaching as Cadets der

week

be

Berniece_

on sale by the committee a.nd the other

tak ing

this semes t� r.

and

C a r l o A.

College Will B e Guest Speak

Tickets at twenty-five cents each are

Next Drama Night, Febl'llary 22, wiII

I panor

Ame r ican tour and is tecturing

chapel assembly Monday.

chle, and Eleanor Raudebaugh.

7 Normal Students

IG

l

vert from the Jewish Faith, who is now an

the

treas-

the places of EI eanor Raudebaugh, Arn. old Anderson. and Lila Rudd.

Evangelist. Rev. Elias Newman, a con­

this

Ford,

a st.

and boy skater.

and Judy Benson, librarian.

group leade rs

a

C e n tral Lu thera n

on

S tanle y

Dr.

Prizes wiII be awarded to the best girl

were

Thelma Daniels, Eldon Anderson, and

C o n d u c t i n g Co n fere n c e i n

Id Donald Phillips, Clyde Grimst vcd t ,

E AT

V·l e ws o n

' C onvert G Ives

chosen

ElIen Bergstrom have been announced

\

COm m u n is m a nd N a z is m , I s

' forensic SOCiety has been organized was

I I

I

' h J eWls

of Washirurtan-

Knutzen

lll'er ;

. ReVe EIlaS N ewm an \ S p eak s in Chap el :

Ueges in t.he state, and the Ullivel's-

Vern

speak

Wal'."

being scheduled with other Junior

which

I

13 on the subject: "The Christian and

ee to prevent the international ship-

n t of arms and munitions."

tl1e

over

ag in at Pr of. Pfl l! e g'�r W�1 � the same hOUl next Wednesda�. Feb.

Margaret

bo� The subject for debate this year is . I�s o Ived

air.

. f ac t ori I y satls

officers

Lloyd Roti , vice - president; Ellen Berg -

in and Prof. Pflueger will endeavor to them

Other

Jackson .

Louise

feature

of t.he organization f o r t h e present s e -

and questions on religion may be sent answer

Nash.

·

Hauge , the party has b een arranged to

Amold Anderson was elected president,

ac-

...

Aceording to plans announced by the

tions held at a meeting on February 4,

were

Hokenstad.

Rhoda

A question box has

John Van Lell\'en

quartet,

Annual Reunion OJ Alumnl I S PIanne For February 22-

committee in charge, consisting of Mary

As a result of the Drama club elec-

connected but they should work in harmony with one another.

tomorrow nig'ht at King's Roller Rink,

from 9 : 30 to 1 2 : 00 .

22

senta tion Will be Feb.

the Pep club.

an all school skat.ing party will be held

Group Leaders ; N e x t Pre­

the

1935

the auspices of

Under

Eldon Anders o n Appo i n ted

His subject was, "The

address

and

church

U . W.

Pflueger announces t h e debate which

his

I

i3.

P ep C l u b Sponsorin g . P a rty To mo rrow N i ght

The l m a D a n i e l s . E l l e n B ergstrom .

J. P. Pflueger spoke

Relation of Church and State."

De ba tes P l a n n ed W i t h .•

Prof.

over radio station K . V. 1. Wednesday

Leuven O n l y Ret u r n i n g Let-

J . C's

Arnold Anderson Is Drama CIu b H ea d

S e r i e s Ove r Station KV I

Debate Squad of 8 For Com ing Se a son

WASHINGTON. FEBRUARY

has

made

learning' .

The main conventio n theme

Great becision." which \ViII be I

ed by the following f ea t ured Sl

Dr. C. N. Evanson. Luther Colle! Ed g ar Carlson. J\i inneapolis. Md


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PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON

w b r jJl o o r t u g jJl a s t

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Published every two weeks during the school year by the sludents of Pacific Lutheran College, Parkland, Washington Entered as second class matter, October 2 , 1925, at the Post Office a t Pa\'kland, Washington, under the Act of March 3 , 1879.

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w

ir P a;

M i l ton N e s v i g H a z e l H a gerup Eleanor Hauke P a u l K . P re us Pa u l H v i d d i ng Edna Tob i a so n

Ty p i s t

tl

ir

B e r t ru m Myh re C lyde G r i mstvedt J ud i th B e n son Lou i se J a c kson Ma rgaret C raft J . Hong a nd O. J Stuel

N.

say

Arnie

Liter ary Diges t Poll I n teres ting

Valentine's Day.

ness

of

King'

GUSTAF

of

Normal-must

be

his

red

team

when they played

Tuesday.

into

( my

a

lot

of

do-re-mi

pal ! ) -SHIRLF1Y

some

SAVAGE

attentive

and

as follows :

REV. O. GRONSBERG. President Profe·ssor

of

Religion,

NOJ

History,

and Latin

MISS SOPHIE PETERSEN

of

PI En\

Literature :'

Commercial

Departmel

and Professor of United States Histo and Geography':'

There

REV. CARLO A. SPERATI

21

Thursday, February

a.ny classroom-and, PAUL ARMSTRONG

is

to the teachers

Principal

20

Professor of Music

L. D . R . at Xavier's

DR.

and CLYDE GRIMSTVEDT have a pal

tl 'i t

0

The announcement i

lish

Gam e :

Aberdeen

girls in

e t c . ,-Pals

1'<11

T. C . Saetra, Dr. J. L. Jensen (now

Professor of Greek, German and

P f lueger Speaks Over KVI, 8 : 45 p . m . ,

ALICE NOLAN are the most docile and etc..

Board of Trustees, Rt. Rev. B . Harsta!

Geometry, Arithmetic, Theory and

19

February

Wednesday, February

day

TI th

Professor of English Grammar, Algebu

German Club

ANDROSKI !-GRADY HUGHES is to

school.

Rev. T. Larsen, Prof. O. Gronsberg,

wegian

College Game : There

,ecret and the scorebook had his name, fall

first opening of the

announcement lists as m embers of

H. S. Grad Class Party, Seattle Pacific

t·he P. L. C. hIgh schoo 1-It was t0 b e a

the Pacifi

in the summer of 1896, two years aft the

16

Saturday, February

hair --Lacey Farm Dairy used a "ring­

of

This was issue

FACULTY

French Club, St. Martin's' Game : Here

er" in the form of Bus Anderson of the

.

Announcement

Lutheran Universi ty."

regard

15

Friday. February

Sweden-

JOHN FADNESS has a juicy offer from Ellensburg'

I have before me a copy of "The Firs Annual

J. L. Rynning) .

Club Skating

Pep

J.

L.

JENSEN

Professor of Natural History, Physiolo Hygiene

and

MISS HANNAH JAHR Principal of Primary Departmen,

p

To be supplied.

23

Saturday . Februar y

Banquet ,

Reunion

p.

6 : 30

Sperati

m"

Bellingh am Game. 9 : 00 p. m .

a io

Th questio n i s t i me l y . T h e though t of i n te r n a t i o n a l con f l i c t n o t f a -f e tc h ed . D i s t u rbance s i n E u rope, p a r t i c u l a r l y i n t h e Sa a r ,

s

have c us d a n x i e ty t h a t wo r l d peace m i gh t b e b roke n . I t i s a ques­ t I on , there fore , th a t demand s o u r a t t e n t i o n a nd tho ugh t f u l c o n ­ s i dera t i on .

a t S t . O l a f Co l l ege, N o r th f i e l d , M i n n esota, M a rc h 1 - 3 . D u r i ng the p a s t f i fteen yea rs t h e Lutheran S tude n ts ' U n i o n has convened an­ n ua l l y , Pac i f i c L u thera n Co l l ege be i n g host i n 1 929

.

The work done by th i s orga n i z a t i o n is exte n s i v e , s u p p o r t i n g in col l a bo ra t i o n w i th the Young Peo p l e ' s L u t h e r League f i ve fore i g n m i ss i ona r i es rep rese n ted i n t h e cou n t r i es of C h i n a , Madaga sca r, a n d Sou t h Afr i ca . I t i s a c a u se worthy of s u p po r t .

Read i ng of L i te ratu re Is Profita ble O n e of t h e va l ues d e r i ved from rea d i n g grea t l i te ra tUre i s that i t f u r n i sh e s us wi th a rounded v i ew of l i fe . O u r da i l y experi e n ces a re f ra g m e n tary. We need a gl i m p se now a n d t h e n of t h e w h o l e v i s ta of h u m a n expe r i e n c e . A composi te p i c t u re p l a ce d befo re us of the p l ay of f u n d a m e n t a l h u ma n motives i s a c o m p r e h e n s i v e l e sson able t o i n st r u c t u s i n t h e sha p i n g o f o u r own i d ea l s ,

Tomorrow Day When Dan Cu.pid Pu.ts In to Flight Missiles A imed A t Many Fai,. Maidens ' Heart� Hold

me

down,

fel -

lows, you haven't, forgotten what day i s tomorrow?

The

day

when

old

Dan

Tomor­ missive

Is

the day

sent

secret

to

when

the love

your love.

or

otherwise.

Whether i t the

missive

at

the

chance

fellows,

all

be we

tip

now's

day

that

WatCh

all

me ! "

girls

should

Beware

clay be

g'irls,

is

the

kissed. of

this

brawny armed lad. for them were his vp!'

words.

Can't YOU just see all the

(we

havf

that valentine's da�' holiday, but

Wrap your troubles

kit bag,,-and smile.

fellows,

you'll

g t

more

up

in

Take a response

na if i t isn·t the funniest thing " ing

I

I

the sun

peep

Po�t

out a l ittle

t.rail

becomes

Boots

from

the

comic

Quot­

strip,

and

and the

tomorrow

�irls,

anythmg'

don'

IS

� forget

fall',

and

- -..-...-..

_

••

_ ,,_",_,,_,,_

HA JlE YO U MET .? - -

-,,

,, _..--

""

gracefu l

- - "

"'

"'

poise She's

domina tlnrr?

pcr;;ol1u.lity PI'

to her

tes

Sl1e

( Sissy ! ) -OLD NEWS : Ronny and

t.erday-Somebody tha t.

should

obli viates

the

remove pat.h

to

paper

the the

interes ts have been in the college choir. She

everywhere,

McCULLOCH

Her home is in

bel' .

Tacoma, so she

She's

school.

from

street car to and

Osten, go over

likeab le so learn to know her.

shaking'-AL ROGEN runs a hop ranch

The quietest boy in

zels-The column paid a certain dorm he wanted to

the

graduating

He's a sleek blond and possesses

class?

write out a receipt-the heighth of bus­

that unusual personality-always

iness

around, but seldom heard.

Why

do

most of the dorm guys turn into ner­

club

their

good

as

rooms ?- (Your

mine, and

guess

probably

is

right,

in the

funds

their

placed

seen

The Drama hands

of this reliable chap last year and they

vous wrecks when their parents come into

were as safe as i f they were locked in

as

This year he is vice-presid ent

at a vault.

Although he

of the same club.

thatl-

is

not

a member of the basketball squad, he

enjoys the game itself, and he doesn't

think the girls play so badly either, es­

A College of Puget Sound Trail col­ If it takes a yard and a half of

well known among his fellow students. Meet him now.

leg 90 days to walk from here to the how

last

in

long a

will

a

monkey's

If a polecat fell from a ten-story bullding, landed on a railroad track at half six of your uncles a bicycle within milk -

ing time, why or where would l i ttle redbreast do or act if fifty million Frenchmen ate a carload of red beads on top

it take to shing'le a garage?

Chapel Gle anings I

Love is the fulfillment of the La\ . Tho

u

,

--

"What do

---- �

- ...

,...; ••

,"

YOll ; .....

l"' ean .

.H ot- thic

shalt not kill.

self-respec t. and

hatred

standing be

the

property

is

Maintain

A speCial invitation is exten new. to those who knew him in his P. IJ days.

TINGELSTA

O.

A.

«jl " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " ' ' ' ' ' '''''

@i,''' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I I I ' I I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " " ,,, Irene Dahl. '30, returned from

and

j ealousy

mlstmder­

erased from your hfe. Do not offend

of

love.

stealing

from

law

Destroyi ng all

of

us.

Tingelstad

No o ne can reason h imself in to Sal �

Our

faith is essential . affections ,

our lives.

our

prej u dl ces

attending Whitman College. Fife

where

Grade School

and Helen Thrane

Hageness, ' 3 1 ,

destroyed

was

are teaching,

by

fl

week ago. Leona Wheaton

Forsberg,

is

'30,

atteD

College at Wheaton, III

Norman Jenson, '34, recently org! ed an a capella

chorus of twent� representing the

Lutheran

men

Lutheran

Churches

Silverton,

of

gon. is teachiJ

who

Melba Ross, '34,

Glenoma, was recently married

ur W. Christia n .

to

They live at Ko

Washington. Beanca Jorgenson,

'30.

was

a ·

She teaches at East

Olaf Ordal and Lyle Kriedler I Class of '29 are attending Pacific eran

Colleg'e

this semester.

Jlappy :B irthd Roy Lundquist Eula Mae Goff Sheldon Moe Pauline Watts .

..

..

.. _

.. ..

. ..

.

.

..

..

Alice Barnum ... . . . ......... . Judith Benson

J

. . . .. . . ...J

Al vi n Lehmann . . . . . ... .. . .. .... . . . .. . Ida Thompson

.

... . . . . ...... . . . ... . . . .... J . . . . .. . . . . � . . . _ . . J

Clifford Mesford I'ule

'i

Walla last Friday where she has

YOul'

shalt not kill :-let

Thou

Thou shalt not steal.

' a g ainst

vation : M rs. K reI' dl er :

Professor Sperati

meeting friends, old

wood. Washington.

if

one of its own :

AlUi

Do help sp

22-24.

news

enjoy

end visitor.

peanut cage

there are six inches of ice in May?

This column offers

as secretary -treasurer of

He's an ambitiou s sort and is

the club.

ute, and it takes a man with a wooden Pole,

He

being elected

for a bow legged elephant with 60,000 fish going over Niagara FaUs in a min­

North

tell

certain

is a member of the Day club, last term

goat milk to make a pair of pajamas

sandWich

managers -don't

us you haven't heard, well, skip it.

pecially

umnist offered this puzzle to the read­ ers ;

B'ood

surely

The

i n Oregon, but hates the feel of pret­

technicality-QUER Y :

the

Feb.

our

at

preacher

and

Reunion.

solos.

spends a lot of her time riding on the

to the vibrator and give yourself a good

guy a compliment, and

speaker

she

but

bass

mem­ club in which she is a very active

ELIASE N aren't really

are they?

way,"

to

rather listen

far

wonderful privileg

Oill'

German This i s her second year in the

is Mr.

and all that, you know-MISS TORRI" that

soprano ,

singing

enjoys

would

Hong's new assistant, correcting papers SON and MR.

For two years her

dent for this term.

but not a bit to write on in the M . M . office-EVELYN

Delta Rho

the

presi­ Gamm a , of which she is the vice

ers ( pardon, fast walkers ) it is q n ite an obstruction-Paper,

of

membe r

a

is

I t will be

welcome Professor Sperati � the g

with

individ ual

ins!

and

vocal

both

music

in

tion

menta l."

neat and sweet from her head

Amy were seen together in the hall yes­

wrong' ; then, how many pancakes would

Come on boys, and

26

Here

. feet. and possesses that air of dignity

hasn·t

thaL

anci

(bless their hearts ! l -ONIONS : to Mr.

o f the boundary line between right and

and Juliet?

-,.-..

Prof. Carlo A. Sperati to give inst

Highby for giving such a n easy hygiene

never were truer words ever spoken, for love prevailed many centuries . hence. for II1stance our famous Romeo

-.,-.

The

conjected

past eight, and your mother bought all

yet t.he newest thing and help me Han­

Dan's ear and wait. not too long tho ! "Valentine's

everything,

"Love is the sweetest thing', the oldest

If so, why not put a bug into

Bert,

What

than Bert.

Is there some young

leC

"Arrangements have been made �

February

Tuesda.y.

Sea ttle College Game :

-" -"'-..

of JOANNA MANOUSO S a.n d RACHEL FLINT-not bad and easy to take-Just

and what good comes out of

your old

Or better yet. try Bert Myhre's scheme : quoting

day.

sleeping l .

lassie who is the object of your af fec -

t ions '?

forget

'em.

o n a d a y l 1' kf

the arg'ument is that too many sleep

your time to step right up and make yourself known.

so

wilt

1essons

should be made a school

mean , not the love. Jump

might

always contended

lets the bow fly, straight for the nucle-

us of many a maiden's hea.rt.

look

care you fo r your this.

Cupid pulls the string on his arrow and

rOw's

to take that, "ah, me," look along. Thai lovelorn

ty clegree angle take a peek at the orbs

Fountain-of-Yout.h-To the fast work-

I t i s e n co u ra g i ng t o note t h e w i l l i ngness o f o u r s tudent body to recog n i z e a n d support the L u theran S tu d e n ts U n i o n conven tion, b e m g h e l d j o i n t l y w i th t h e reg i ona l L u th e r a n Stud e n ts Assoc i a t i on

nOIse.

"A" , one must apply for it in Mr.

Kicking

with clue attention.

p. m.

Choir Concer t, 3 : 00 p. m.

i

development

and

culture

"The

musical talent will therefore be tre�

2 :30

Busines s Session ,

Hong's class-l1Ice nlans !-From a for-

tree

L. S. U. D o i n g F i n e Wo r k

much

Cub : Philip who? Editor : Philip Space.

an

I n some o f o u r l a s t e l ec t i o n s cand i da tes were nom i n a ted f o r mpo r ta n t offi ces who had l i tt l e i n te rest i n the a f fa i rs o f t h e orga n ­ I z a t Ion . Lu c k i l y t h e c a n d i d a tes e l ec ted were n o t o f th ese nom i n a ted haph a r d l y . I n a l l of our o rga i za t i o n s there a re e a r n est, hard­ work i ng peop l e who cou l d f i l l a n off i c e wel l , p u tt i ng the i r h e a r t i n to thei r wor k . T o r u n o u r orga n i z a t i ons i n te l l i g e n t l y a n d e f fiCiently i t I S necessa ry to h ave the r i gh t pe rson i n the r i g h t j o b . I t i s foo l h a rdy to ga m b l e at our e l ec t i ons w i th a c a r e l ess c h o i c e of cand i da tes.

l

Speaks

m

the

God.

of

'ifts

of

one

indeed

is

"Music glorious

24 m . , Sperati

11 : 00 a.

ReLmio n Service s.

Editor : This is dedicated to Philip.

From now on in order to qualify for

Th i n k B e fore You Act

Be still my heart, you're making tOO

Sunday , Februa t·y

offers

Department

Music

The

following sta temen t :

Speaks

\

J

PREXY'S CORNER

Party

looked like Clark

Gable, when he is really a perfect like-

Peoples Store

B U S I N ESS STA F F

B us i n ess M a nager Ass i s ta n t B u s i ness M a n a ge r Adve r t i s i n g M a na g e r C i r c u l a t i o n M a na g e r C i rc u l a t i on Ass i s ta n t Fa c u l ty Adv i s e rs

to

nerve

14

Thursday, February

word, Heterogeneous-Someone had the

E D I TO R IAL STA F F

13

February

Mission Societ

the last Mooring Mast editorial-a nice

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FEBRUARY 1 3 , 1935


RUARY

13,

1 9 35

PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE,

adiators Defeat t. Vernon, 39-30, In Decidin g Tilt h Second

bition S e e n o n Local Ma ples

By Paul

a driving finish which netted them

Our basketball team has been going

and 2 losses in

and the State Junior College cham­ .

t he

Mount

hoopsters

Vernon

J.

C.

wal-

good.

sq uad,

b ut

at

,ead

an

to

U Gladiators

the

If time.

o

got

to

a

S.

gold a mI black for some time, was un -

lead

able to attend school this semester. He

the opening of

will be missed considerably as he sometimes

the third step-

son .

and Fadness led the scoring for

'Clively.

with

while

14

and

was

S.

high

e losers with 11 markers.

be a real battle.

Seattle

for

a 1 7 to 10 adva ntage at half time'

. the GladIators went to work . e openmg' 0f th e secon d ha If t0

'rer ,

ske the Dairymen . The lead see d back and forth with neither team to gain much advantage until the erans went out in front in the clos-

minutes.

d the scoring' for the Gladia-

1 r

of

Mt. Vernon with ( 30 )

..... F .

. . . . . . . _ _ _ _ . .F . .

. . . . . ___ _ .. _ _ . .

(

G

_ _ .. .. G

( 2)

3)

.G. .

RonhoI

t

. . . . . . . (4 ) Tucker

Mowller

- - -- . . . .

( 11 )

__

Esque

Ellinger

P. L. C .-Sanderson ; Mt. Ver-

-Gamron , Shayler

L.

C.

(29)

. . . . . . . . _ _.

. . .. . ..F

. . . . . . _ _ _ . . . . . __

( 2) , Brown

(26)

.F _ _ ..

...... . . .. C . .

. . .G, _ _

. . . .. G

(4) .

!\olt. Vernon (7)

second game.

them

by

11

and

the

counters. 11 and

l

This indicates that the

game, which will be a part of the pro-

ITram for the Alumni Reunion, will be closely

fought

for

and

worth

S.

Ronholt

Tucker

(6) M owrer (2) Esque ( 1 1 ) Ellinger

coming

out

S.

S

Il:Il

'11

loss

also be felt. S.

S.

received a very fitting

birthday, which was February 7 . Those boys

brought

the

him

Junior

championship

Conference

all

COllege

wrappe d

up with the scalp they had j ust lifted

from the Mount Vernonites.

You may

credit. but let's be different.

We have

have heard that coaches never get any

a real basket ball

any

basket

coach.

ball

Then

a

team this year, and

team real

has

must have a real coach.

so let's be log·ical. Basket interested storming

ball

S.

S.

fans

to have

basketball

will

a

team

That's logic,

no

doubt

be

in the arrival of the barnHouse

David

of

quintet

in

�_

w

�-..-. . .

_ .. . . . .

----

,

-

extra cost a n d t h e work is done by experi enced workmen a t

!i. E H M A N N

l6,

PHOTO- F I N I S H I NG STU D I OS

Parkland M e rc a n t i l e Company

k-

n-

High

School

cagers

floor.

have

even

second

the

in

half with the lead changing every few

minutes, until the Lutherans, disp I aying' a smooth smal l

a

grabbed

passing attack ,

advantage

held

and

until

it

a desperate

the closing seconds when

Wildcat rally tied the score at eighteen all.

In the overtime period the Normalites

went into the lead when

to

Wildcat

the

penetrate

further scores. Jack

Gene

but

by Nilsen

shot

gift

sank

Marks

The Glads scored on a

two foul shots.

defense

for

with

scoring

the

led

unable

were

9

points, while Holl was high for Ellens -

burg with 7 coun ters. The lineups :

( 20)

P. L. C. ( 1 9 )

Solie

(5) ......

Nilsen

.-. . .

( 9)

Elle n sb urg

· · · . . ··F · . . .. · ·

. . .. . ... F

..C .

. .... G .

Denslow

(2)

H adl ey

( 7 ) Holl

...... -.

(5)

- ..... Sill

(6) ,

Sesby

Lem-

-.

L.

floor, t h e

Playing o n their home

Yakima

the

walloped

hoopsters

C.

P.

J. C. squad 46 to 33 on Jan. 3 1 .

With neither team showing much offel1Se and plenty of defense, scoring'

" untI'1 a few minutes before half "as 1 0\ \ ,. ,. time

click,

when

Gladiators

the

to

began

running the score to 13 to 8 at

The

ers c a p r.ured a 24 to 17

L

. .

p,

C

n t the half ".

subs ti tutes

.

which

and

teams

both

C , a n d Fllln o f . . w l,ch 6 POllltS .

C.

P. L

Seattle Pacific College (3)

Nilsen

Jack

. .

(6)

(8)

Subs :

.

. .... . ( 12 ) Lewis

. F ..

. . . . --.... .. ' . . G .. __

P.

Ford,

(2) AxeIson

. . . . G .. __ '

Fadness ( 1 1 ) . . .

taw,

. _.

G

Lockard

Rondal

( 1)

.--.

(4)

Wallace

L. C .-8anderson, Frye, VoAnderson ;

Seattle

Pacific

College-Brown, Trepus.

Moe

( 6)

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( )

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(2)

Jack --.. . - -.. . . . . ......... . . . . G . . . -- ..... . "--'

Tommervik ( 2 ) Fadness Subs :

(1),

son

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.. G.. _ _ _ . .

.G .. .. . . ... . . . . .. . .. P. L. C .-Mitchell ____.__

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(4) , Shade .

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Hurley

Rothstein

SW E AT E RS !

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start this year have run into . . superior playinO" in theIr last two starts, ' " ' . . . losmg to R OJ 44 t0 23 , Feb . 2 at Rov " to 48 ts MethodIs n an d t 0 the Bremerto

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Nilsen

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C.

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P.

Harbor

tur'n game here will be played

their teams with 11 markers each.

an

a We

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of

O'ames of the season on Feb. 23.

1\1oe

C oII ege

Seattle

Solie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . F .. . . . .. .

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battled

Grays

first g-ame

the

" On Feb.

. wa� high pOint man f or P . L . C . WIth ' 13 points, followed by Nilsen 0f P . L

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TELEPHONE MAI N 774 5

to 4

game

what will no doubt be one of the best

found .

. Coach Olson sent III hIS

evenly to the end of the game

of the' second half, the Lutherans piled up a big lead, before Coach 0 Ison sen t Gene Jack and Fewell led scoring for

.

2 t tack

the

led

took

will meet the Gladiators a t Parkland in

decision from

L. C. hoopsters leadlllg 1

29

As part of the reunion program, the

Dutch Moe , playing his last ga.m e for

the

with

powerful

Seattle College, Jan. 28 at Seattl e.

attle

in reserves .

in

cag-

C.

Gladiators

conference

real battle.

11 points.

Leadil' g throughout, the P . L.

The

Harbori t es showed

play.

ners of P. L. C. who scored

final

deen

into

ing with 12 counters, followed by Fad -

P.

Pacific.

The

Lewis of Seattle Pacific led the scor-

the half.

Scoring' almost at will at the opening

the

Lacey.

close

s eason will be played Feb. 20 at Aber­

Substitutions in the sec-

slowed up

at

by a

nish plenty of oPPosition on their home

cific in check throughout the game and

ond half

played

Gladiators

but the Seattle club will probably fur­

were leading at the half by the score

Tommervick (8)

Luth erans Wallo p Yak-Ima J _ C. , 46 33

Seattle

court.

Pacific College

the

the first contest of this series handily,

The P. L. C. cagers held Seattle Pa-

13.

to

to be a thrilling' battle

contest

The following day. Feb. 16, the Luth­

camp 32 to 22 on the local court, Feb. 2 .

of 23 to

went

first

erans travel to Seattle where they meet

"coring consistently, the P. L. C. hoop-

______

A M u tua l Compa ny-O rga n i zed 1 9 1 4

he

'Pi ay continued

promises

to 27 count.

Maintaining' an air - tight defense and

, tel's took Seattle

This

as the

._ _

t o fulfi l l y o u r wants. One I service on you r photo work a t an t

was knotted at ten all.

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(33) Yakima P. L . C. ( 46 ) be4) .. ... ... . --F- ... .. -- . ( 1 1 ) Fewell enviable So l ie ( -. . ( 1) Larabee . .F N ilsen ( 6) record. and win show plenty of class, Megordon . . . . . . . ... 0 . 1 1 ( Jack . ) and antics comic mention to not -( 4 ) Nutley . ... G --.. . (4) ervik while the Tomm pass)'ng sleight - of - hand ( 2 ) Smith ss (6) . . . . . . . _ . . . G-Fadne Wocos will have one of the mos t powerSubs : P. L. C.- C 0Itom ( 3 ) , Votaw ful teams to represent Tacoma in many , Sanderson ( 5 ) , Preus, For d ( 1) , (4) 5 The game is scheduled for 8 : 1 years. (8) , Yakima- Crum (2) . Anderson M. P. 00 : 7 at P. 1\1. with a preliminary Schere r ( 7 ) , Nelson. d)'um

whiskered

403 1 1 th St. , Tacoma, Wash.

hold

to

them

enabled

0

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Parkland maples in a return game.

the

4 7

24- 1 7

momentarily

visitors until half time when the score

Tommerv ik ( 1 )

basketeers on February 18 on the

Letter Sweaters Our Specialty

them

.

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a nd Seattle Coll ege There.

However, close checking' by the

Gladiators

_ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .

On Friday Feb. 15, the P. L. C. hoop­ . sters meet the St. Martin's Rang'ers on

Drop Seattle Pac ific H e re. 3 3 -2 2 ,

the first half, when a flurry o f Wild-

Jack

Tacoma to battle the Wheeler Osgood

Q ua l ity Kn itting Co.

The Lutherans jumped into an early

lead which they held until midway in

And speak' Fa d o f shoes J h n JlY 0 , lOg .G . .... . . . . Fadness (4) ness left his here, when he dropped out Sllbs : Ellensburg'-Marks this week. Coach Olson says Johnny mer. is the best guard on the squad and

Coach Olson

11 points.

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

10 points

gift from his basket ball boys on his

!\olt. Vernon (9)

by

was 8 points in the first and one in the

first

, Northerne rs stepped out in front . e parIy nunu tes 0 f the game an d

Bellingham defeated

1 markers i n their two games, while the . margin 0f VIctory over the GI a dl ators

five wins and no losses, and drop tie

S.

Ell ensburg' t 00 k Be II'mgham by

vi ctory kept the Gladiators in . pIace III the con f erence s tand mgs ' a

Pac ific

Lutherans beat

s

from

fill.

P. L. C . , Bellingham Normal contest will

[ount Vernon 29 to 26 on the Park-

Vernon

to

Comparative scores indicate that the

Ja nuary 26 the Lutherans nosed

�it.

trotting

Maybe his shoes wcren't very big,

but they will be hard

1 3 points

Ellinger

while

in the conference last year and hadn't showed any signs of slippng this sea,-

ge for the rest of the encoun ter.

Gladiators

points

around. In fact he was leading scorer

out in front and maintained an ad -

I;,

made

courts, Feb. 5.

put

" ,)

Hoopmen Take Two 'Queen City' Fives

in an overtime encounter on the local

counters

o 2 2

3

Centralia

20 to 19 win over the P. L. C. Gladiators

ahead.

Lost

.. 7

Ya kima

Ellensburg Normal Wildcats eked out a

cat

S.

around on the basketball floor in our

Mt. Vernon forged into

er, but again the Lutherans

A t any rate, if any of our teams

"Dutch" Moe, who has been trotting

found

19-16

a bad

rather

me haven't heard about l· t . "

early

soon

games isn't

may call it

in other years have made such a record,

on t he Nor therners home f1001',

30.

17

record, in fact we

Won

Lutherans to Meet St. Martin's Friday

I

STANDINGS

.

Aberdeen

capacity crowd on edge throughout, the

Preus

CONFERENCE

Mt. Vernon

In an air tight battle which held a

places in a big way this year-15 wins

conference vic­

'hip. the P. L. C .

K.

C.

P. L. C . .

This Season

S traight

straight

J.

20- 1 9 Score Decides F i nest E x h i-

Conference W i n

g

8

Glads Drop Overtime Battle to Ellensburg

Consec u tive T i tle

Seventh

seventh

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FEBRUARY 13.

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A . O. B rown Leaves Legacy S i x ty Studen ts M a ke B u s To C o l lege as M e moriam Gift Trip to M o u n ta i n S u nday Following

brief

devotiona l

ML

exercises

which were held in the Recreatio n room

5chool,

ing, si:-1ty members of the studellt body,

of

at

six

fifteen

Sunday

cha.perons,

morn­

left Pacific

Th

and

anci

winter

bus

from

thcre

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wea.ther

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at

Mt.

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at

group

was

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fnr

taking

pictmes,

winter sports.

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tOllr

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and

hot

skiing

and

returned

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to

Bergliot

Proyen.

a.nd

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to

students.

The

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be known a

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During

man '

work

his

to be

life,

a

at

the

Graduating

Dinner-party

Class

at

Elizabeth

aided

sUb-co mmittees :

i ng

Mr,

DahL

Orlando by

Asper,

the

program,

the

�on ;

different

E I Iza ' b e th

menu.

Thompson.

and

club

and

Paul

Larson.

The

m .ary H

Lloyd

Senior

Verner

When a person tries to ski and falls

Bitter,

School

down, that 's not new s ; but when a per-

Class

informal

Student

President,

President

of

Body.

the

Norma

his

read

and

biography,

will

play

violin

se-

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this

lead

semester

th e

aS

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according

to

election held Tuesday, February

5.

Marg'aret

are :

elected

officers

O t her

Rorem, vice-preside n t ; Gertrude Brun-

The

ncr, secre ta.ry-treasurer, and Eldon A n -

threc ma.in speakers aC the dinner wiII

bohm,

Bach

The singing of Germ an s ongs

president

the

derson,

be ML Reid, Class adviser ; Harry Grib­

Skiing Sunday No News

t.h e

Bach,

Thelma

19.

will conclude the meeting.

inment, Orlando Asper, Virginia Ha.r-

ris.

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lection s.

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February

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Ha.rold

Rudd , . lowing

Lila

of

Anderson with

Minneapoli s, vice preSiden t ; and

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ur Haavik, Seattle, secretary- trea.<i�

At

a

chosen to decide a date and theme for

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S tores

Da h l G roce ry Co.

1121

play,

Sf'-

a.nd Eldon Anderson as assistants was

The girls find

United Purity

REMEMBER

Jane

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cha.irman,

club Hseful, as well as entertain -

BROOKDALE,

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C rea tors of C h a rmed

January

committee Nesvig.

senior

annual

secretary ;

and cake were served.

i

Octonek Knitting Co.

Where is

Betty Svare, Refreshm ents of ice cream

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notes

The High School Girls'

SH I NES Tacoma

P a r k l a n d Ga rage

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For your

Va l e n t i n e

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paper writing

H . S. N.

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Us That:

Somebody Told

Alice Boe has used reams and reams

Willie, Gunhild ?

Qu a l i ty Repa i r i n g DYES A N D 2 1 1 - 1 1 t h Ave.

home in

lect

make arrangements

a class party,

a lonesome look in her eyes.

Holmgren's Shoe Repair

II

Serv i ce

I ncorpora ted

his

left for

H. S. N .

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Photogra p h i c

Frank

Metlakatla. Friday.

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Assoc i a ted

by Frank Hayward

received

t.h is messa g e was s ti l l more d i s­

tressing.

ga.ret Rorem, Novell Na.gel and Fredricka

the

of

ing lost his moth er early in the school

and Elizabeth Dahl, refreshments ; Mar­

Oil

heal'

last Friday of his father's illness. Hav ­

Miss Boe has appointed

2.

news

�ad

S. N.

very sorry to

held Satur­

the following committees to work with

her :

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For Saturday, M a rc h 2

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"You a re Most L i k e l y to

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French C l u b P l a n s Pa rty

To

g on, was elected president ; Rol f

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H . S. , F i rit Yea r N orm a l

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nesda.y, Clifford Mesford, Astoria,

Harold Johansen and Emmett

wi I I gi v e the C l ass Histor y and the son tries to ski a.nd doesn ' t fall down, ' Class Prophecy will be ready by 01'The Freshman Class met Monday, that is news. The skiing Sunday wasn't Asper. Harry Gribbohm was February l l , to complete plans for the lando very newsy then, because everyone took Favors wiII be cla ss party which is to be held soon. chosen as toastma.s ter, his share of tumbles. There used to ____ in the form of valentines. and the class An election was held to fill the posiWith both teams e.xhibi ting· strong be a riddle that asked, "What's black will predominate throughout. tion of preSident, formerly held by Joe colors defenses, the High School g irls' baSket- and white and red all over?" Well if This promises to be an event that will Mi lchell. Chester Solie, vice-president, ball team won over the first yea.r Nor- , we recal l , the answer is a newspaper, be long I' membered by the Seniors. was unal1lmously elected and Ralph : t have asked m alite s on Monday, but owing to an Sunday night we migh Bolstad w a s chosen for t h e office of £1'ror in t ec�1l1icalilies t h e g'ame w i I I be , What's b l a c k a n d blue a n d red all over? H.S.N. The president apPointvice-president. playecl over again. The second team o f AnS\\el ' ". P . L, C . S k I' en t. h uSlas ' t. € d. a committee to arrange deta ils for DO YOU KNOW? . the Liberal Arts annexed a victory of It's rather hard to descnbe a wouldThose on the committee the party , His broad grin a n d blond wavy hair 40 to 10 over the third year second team " ' ta W e reca II one. T rymg " b e s k lleL P au I'me Ku h n, c haI' rman, I van . are : him as one of the sons of iden tifies On FrIday, February 8, the second . . . ' Tb a b i a lC e d e I ' l. ll m WI tl1 Larson. Mary M achle, Harold Johnson ' mal t Surely everyone knows th is Norway. year Tonnal team scored their third , d an own t on ope a an • · 1 Mabel Hegge m , . I ' I I k m d s and S enlOr w 10 can sml' e th rough a. v ict or� m t he W . A . A . h oop league by � stood he expressio n, break - my - n eck Basketball is his favorite of lI·ouble. defeatll1g t h e Liberal Arts 36-13. The there with all the assurance and spleng'ame and how h e can play i t ! As forsecond teams o f t h e third a n d first dol' of an eagle ready for flight. Then ward on the High School team, he is year Normals clashed with a score of all at once he was down a n d we were 22- 1 1 in favor of the third year squad. one of our most outstanding players. wondering what that unusual object At a meeting of the Graduating class However, he is not only a successful was which was lying' in the snow look###.,### ## � ## athlete, but he is also a second year held Tuesday, February 5, Lila Rudd Ing' like a cross between an octopus It is advisa.ble was elected v ice -president of the 01'member of the choir. and a scotch contortionist in action. to become acquainted with him for his ganization to succeed Sheldon Moe, who But didn't we all? (Look like one) Watch Repairing a Specialty mother is hea.d boss of the kitchen. has withdra.wn from schooL

G m e To B e P l ayed Ov er

At the first meeting' of the Dorm

Union for the spring semester last

follow ' :

C h ester So l i e Elected

High

Cl iff M esford Presid

two hun-

Sebastian

wiII

Eugene Burgoyne

Melba

Preus ;

of the

anniversary

Johann

of

s t udents

Daniels

and

foIlow-

D a.hi ,

Norma

fiftieth

program at the meeting of the German

Fenney. V erner Bitt er. and Erling Lar-

friend

and

several

It i s under the direction

16.

of Melba Fenney,

rimes gTanting loans to the institution.

Ruth

their

ning. Feb.

ways, directly

and

School

commemoration

birthday

home o f Elizabeth Dahl, Saturday eve­

the

O. Brown Leg'acy, stip-

himself

High

holding

is

Reporter Claims P. L. C.

Longmire

Vogan,

is

th e sc h00 i

committee in c h arge, conSisting' of Jalle Williams,

among

supporting'

I

other

was served by

of Christian

permanent fund.

Brown

The party left Paradise

lunch

for the furtheranc

In

dred

By Melba Fenney

that only the int�rest is to be . . . ' tl1e pnnclpa. I IS t 0 remam as a

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un-

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t.o Paradise Valley. Paradise

Washington,

ML and Mrs.

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hiked

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bequest. which

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half

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Brush

education,

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who passed a wa.y recently, left a legacy

Vivian Johnson and Mr. Paul

and iVIiss Highby.

o'clock.

of

Dorm i to ry U n ion E lects

By German C l u b Wednesday 1 9

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O. Brown, aged friend o f the

A.

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With Dr. CarlO A, Sperati of LuU'ler College as the guest speaker, the. Alum­ ni of P. L. C. held their annual reunion . here. fast week end. Olal liqeriellS. '31, president of the organization: reports . "" ----,-----'��--'--· I that one of the largest .crowds In his­ tory attended th� 'ptherlng, Openi�g the 'festIVitl�, the Drama RleUnio�I I Club presented three one:act pial'S �� Elvestrom Gives in the gym

Edward Theodore "Ted"

wl f ..It �Ih:e� = �ta:'IJ='�al aitendance-' will breaJr. nll'e:i:llun' Teeords beeauae .everyone 1&:aaaured a hl� • • i .", urn.. ,""" CIU'...· M..'.... ChOir Trip. Plans ,., advertllln,. �aaer of the ,Sap. and when a team of alumni chairman of �e · C�I"'1. . "0.0 all-star aggregation Ten 'Day Trip With .$ilwerton Ai general To com,pl,te an:af1l':menta for the 18-17. FoJ.Iowlng "Foca' Point" ,.'anned-for n t Near. Future �: �oo � 'otf�!O�ll� a: ·;n:it= . :;=tI � : �=�, � :: PO·"O),""""""". was born In Baltimore. h@' has appointed 'A? �t �: . Silverton as"the "focal point," Which lttee. on Commlt�: , EY�I� �,mm.Louise celebratlon theWI�hPacific Lu�eran COlle,e "Chotr' Irwin, JacltsQn; MaJ:J Nuh. El­ �;<;,.;;.;,;:;'oi;; ;r ,";'.:� evening in of �he- West" wtu leave 00' a ten day ea r spring tour the latter part. of Man:h np �udebau,h, �ohn V� Leu�; to ��=�:'l, .:; "....J. ;;�>,.h;;::;;;;:. ;;;C;,"i;;,:;i;;:F.;,, · ciii. I ��'{.Tc�tl���� .� Milton N:en1f, RolAnd Swan.. Benson. of the chorus. The date. ot departure H,erb N�, 'Helen J:loI�p, ' on the dates whiCh the Lutb- !On depends . BroU)erhood Cheete� SoUe; AdEmmet TIlompson. of C>refrOn bolda Rot!, JI� n,18lng: �helo.Pllnt, Uoyd converttlon at 811vertccl, as the : ve M QUlllan, Bob naon : .C?nteetlonery: ..n.·.nd',"- chQlr is to be one of the features ot ' Haztl a,erup, ", " ' 8 M�t Craft, Th,e!. the ronciaye, . Mabel Hene�. Fortune TellMost of the tour w l be: spent In' il�, Ulltc of the College of Ramola Rust. Joanna ManOUllOS; Oregon with the poIIlIlUbllIty ot a few Ing: Edna Kelsey:. Nigger Baby: Eldon .An_. conc,ert.l! In Southwestern Wuhlngton. denan Herb, No�, O$ten E1t.uen: Permission 'has been given by .the Beauty Ush residence In Parkland In on: Alice Barn�.. AId" iaculty and tentative plans In pro- J�nson, &1Paul near future. �e Kuhn; 'M0rinl: !'J.cgre&'I for a four or five day trip to Thc Mooring Mast staff JoLns A Easter during Washington :A��6:��r: �::�" � . the admlnistratlon and·student =; :' � � � n Pacific Lutheran.9QIJege In B��, Dille �aJe; Handwrlt­ Definite dates .and a complete IUner� Bena n8": �orm& Preua:' �lrgJf1;1& Davll, Allce ary of the. trip 'will be announced In .lBoe. F-.-ederic!ta SchIanbuech; Houee� the next illSue of U'le Mooring'MMt. Housey: IjarOld , Jottan.en; ' House of . Rotl, Ptef, J. O. Edwards announces that Horron:: Arnold Anderaon, Llonl pictures of the choir are to be taken today. both in \'estments. and in sweat- .::'�n�=: i.r.�I=' ��" 4e�"' . em. Daniels; Sld� $howI; Orady�Hqh ee" Ferdinand· Bondy, W1lllam.· ·Pfluerer; Stage: Ray Reid, Ted Herrie4: CC8W�tt.s, Pauline Napl, Novell Froth Te.ms He,e FridlY. tumea:' LaUra, Hauge, Vlfrlnta Boen: ·CI�up: O�nlhg , the spHng Intercoll�ate Harold bemJ)l!lter; Makeup: Qertrude Wl1llam "Pflueger, son of " debate se8l1On. the Paclflc Lutheran Stenberg, Enid Hul.8on, Thelma Ness: . ' """1.... h,. Pflueger. wu elected by. the ,, College squad will meet t.wo UDlvenlty Ticket 8elllng: Eleano� Hauke.; eAW,. .Studen'!l of P. L. C., ,u, of Washlngton freshman teama hen! dust: Art .Haavlll:, . Arnold Tomm�lk, ta the Annual ConvenUon of RleUlniiOl� IFrlday afternoon, The d�bates'wtll be stli:lil'!y Ford, Rolph Bolstad. . emn Students Union. In room.!!' 214 �d 201 �t three held at St. Olar College. N.''''O''. I•. I . "._,' 1 ."",," 00 � �:-:'=� U: Mn,� MI�e80�, th15 coming pastor and In'. l894 Pflueger Will o t ' The nominees. who , . the faculty members. a.nd subject the flnt musical I 'n�.m."'oo ' 'hlpmint .' ...... and . SpeaK at Club Meet at P. 1.. C: A ye� 'later he vote by t.h� students,. were Rboda. was called to 'Our Savior's Lutheran "rnatad. Va ' Or........ wui �.ar, l borg Norby, F..!t! her . Jabr' Ch h alth,OU Ib 'he conunued e����.� . . ��::��l ,F� Roland Swanson, Bert Myhre, Eldop , - . . 'Story .f 'M.,dl Cr.' Fri-. erv:lees at . the eoueee · Then in E Ullam nd Nesvt&' Anderson. Milton. . ' a W" . uy. Noori he was called bact to Ll:'t.¥t'. College Pfluepr. . con�ued ualt director andthe.h�present WWlam 15 a Sophomore in theedLlb-' !Dthat At a medina oi the'Prench Club l"I1Ome. u�t1l pPSlU�n era! Arts' cOurse and has serv day, �hthelat, MrL J. P:.Pfhaerer yrtll . pruklent of. the MIssion Society, tre&8sp9k "ilardi Oral." of.the Luther League, and is nOw '.rkland P. T. ,It. Givins H�v1nI' spent � childhood In New Orleans, ' the ohtf Amertcan city in .PI., in Cym Friday Ev. . : !r;:r� = �e� sec;�o which the...' 'KardI.Qru:· 11 Ce�, on the Northern Pacific �W&Y, � ' "With VirJtnJ& Davia 'Pla� Pfluite"r hi.a had an opportunlt, , there 'l'bursday I� role, � PartJand P. T. is scheduled. to arrtve to wttneu a' number or the.e Prmch . He wUl return lmDledJ&tely fol- preeent. the JOur-aCt. nlaht. the f lowtn8" ecm'lentkll1. \ ���-::'::� ee'::U:�b will abo be .t.� wtth � by lira. J.O. . . ' . dQ' evmm,., t.Iu'Cb 1,_ In tbe b7 Dorotb>' _ . Mia' .. SOciety M� ·T.......t Q)'lDnUlum at etcbt o'c:loc;t... Club , collqe gymnuhim,

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EDITORIAL STAFF E4itor-in-Chief , Associate Editor Ha zel H age rup for AwhUe-MISS. ARMOUR �nt nut.- ach1�vement ,&lone contributed much t.c? Mu.reel 'Solne. 1 1. la ltorkJ.,..' In a yellin( for th� St. M� �d&-:- the future 'welfare or tAe country; He. Mrorlty hOUR at the Unlv�raity 'or Features Editor� Ele�rlor Hauke ski ' h&\� fl?ur or f�Te �y triends on hOlll'e;nr. did not let It . reat'with thla: Sports Editor Paul K, Preus .must Wa.shlnI'ton , , lliut quite .a few looked crown th Ory.. he . e , ·Editorial Writer Hviddiri the-'team-e.t Paul the eth by emplo,.ec,. II '32 auke. H · Eric -w _ h is lnstru h t�-MI88 at becam �) la T$I R � . 'hk er ' � rbe H g H eporters-Melba H Fenney , Mabel e gem e rt bj.J.Ishes the mOllt delllhtfui pan- men�1" In estabUshinc � f�rm fohn of 'Astoria Abatn.ct O!>m�l. . . Jasper Johnson . Sena Johnson. ivan Larsen. ' MarY' Machle: Robert 'DALE vernment under the .ContUtuUon.. Ruth N�. ..fl. is �In, In plnk-yoo � !-BOUQUZT' ood ? � � to Martin Agnes Mohn Robert Monson. Norma Pr,eus. rvtargaret. Ror� 3)' , REU;> wh� .hu,befen d_ a g p�ved pr.ctlcable, �d p1ned the EYeret.t. lChoOl ,y.t.em. em. Lenore WitK"rQw, . . whl�h . pmUp at' home 'and abroad. . Ofte Typist Edna Tobiason fI� man.r.th� year. . ml'ht I&� he t9Ste'red the nation �ta .Marie W:rt.nI', '34, ·la � to �A. L." 'IUSINESS STAFF ' BUSiness: Ma!'1a�r ' . Ber:trum My�re Sever.1 dorm s�ent.s ha\le�n PIJl:- infancy. and p.ve It a IOOd ,tart 10 car �lIon of �I�. . . Assistant Busines$ Manager Clyde Grimstv�t Una on consIS'�.rabh� averd}poIa ,inte the ....·orld. the same .. father. reara . Tak&1 W,...k... f. '34,. '(�ted IChOoI �t ' mentioned. Advertising Manage( the COU� Judith BenSQn Khool started-no I�and ' ,,·o�Uy week. She is now attendlnl ' .' Circulation Manager . HUGHES. ' HC?LT- !J� �hJld. Ther:e.�rore·!l�fI!bean Looise Jackson but.:- EMMETI' of country." . of Puget:'&unci, , Circulation Assistant .... nalP�not , flgure&-ON- th� name. " Fa,the Margaret Craft CIOAMP, Vllt&., '30 11 teach,lnI:'tn BremFaculty. Advisers . J . S tue l . �S ; . to �he, two or three �onn pis When this . Ul;\lon. that Waahlngton erCor. O. ::... .and N...:.:..: Hong J� . n � ::. ::.,: mea = :..:. .. .= .; :::. who conUnUa ha on e a U

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UY � ·tli :ood ,U haa �It&blilhed, .... . � dan r. LIn. to . . , �!�: ��,!-Ylna. ""hen It is pracUcally coln . ca��: to lti· rescue, .r:: naUon Walter Christe��, '28. is prl�clp&l �re We Patriotic I . People are watch i ng young people more than ever during ...he�e was In the �Idet 01 turmoil o�cr . the of the John Ja� "'l?r JunIOr Rllh times of stress. "What is their attitude toward their nation? Will L. A, . at�eml!t"Of a number· of ,tates to school In Altorla, . t��re, be a':lY geryuine loyaltY in the, future? I t 'Was noted by local We wtll pit OLE ORDAL'S pearly cede 'from the Union. It Wat aplnat Mrs, Marian Ellen'. formerly, Lillian smile S JANSS t citizens when t�e Flag was returned to its 'place on Our· campus. I!.p.hu �� EN' this �ttem�t that l.Jn�ln gallantly Johnson. who attended P. 1.. C, In 1'21- ' Let us conslde5 the meaning of this word, patriotism. I t comes haircut anyda:?--07t, the arUc1e Jouaht the Civil War. and fi�lIy·won. spent the week-end .vl3lUtll here . , fro":, the !.:.a tin word, 'patria . a combination 'of pater ,I father ! or "Women Reduced to a Formula." ,tW. 0) Thl� victory meant the preservaUon of ' 30 friends, . , read In Econ class-;-eood tor f.he NaUonal Union: which other-w\ae � t" us (fatherly I . and 'terra (Iand l . , If we j ust keep in mind the that was k indred feeling signified by this word our national spirit ca n not be 8UYS . wHo Ik� e to analyze Lhlnp--Del "">Quld haye been desLroyed. Thw. Un- Hlldur Johanson. '32. who worked two dulled: Is there enough national patriot-ism in this school to keep Breeseman takea his debate technique .coln, a co�mon man or humble On3m yean In ta1lfQJ"Dl&. fOltowilll , rraduaInto claM a�d k�ps eve,�In&" under and much loved by the mAjority of t1�. ls thia ye� te!-ChinI � }ler home the colqrs of the bes.t fatherland in the world flying overhead? control-A Lincoln Hi Mist' has MES- people. came to be known as the Sa 19wn. Lawrence. Wuhinat.on. l�n-he t10ur of hiS country:· This m01lU! we �RD goloa:. lJ1)!1nd chOS; -fa Can We Accept the Challenge? . , ' s that ha-ve observed the annlvenar1ea of theae n l-:It should be' haPt>.y. but ls SONNET ON THE FOO A chalJenging thought left with us by the recent reuniOn i � t.. great men WlLh a spirit oJ reverthat one �� by Dr. Carlo Sperati of Luther College concern- hard ' �r ruy ! ence and acknowled�ment of their The /og come,·down and fIOfUy ,te&!-' _ L. ' A. ing the possi61e iofluence for good which one consecrated Christian rrea� ach1evement.s. ��d · , c.an be, If Pacific .Luthe�an College produced only one Christian SUOOESTION: A lIaht cOuld eully ., ' Enveloplnl the world. with m.Jst.y II'*J. worker in this year's graduating cI�ss there would be quite a little �� at the rear corner of Lhe .� And peOple �Iy' knew the 'n�t accomplished. Inestimable would be the good results if the Whole\ and ve the players from stuinbllna HAVE YOU �IEt? lrom day; class were .to enlist in the service of C.hrist. No field of endeavor �\'er verything before reaehlna the today is so in. need of wo�kers as that of carrying on the wo}k of b�k sta . world is Chani'ed Without A lina:le The tin8 the from aradua The Orea:onlan . . ' .I_� ... ",c.tu.c . Christian missions both in our own country and in heilthpn I;mrl� ' " heN!, becawe the', spent three whole The lun hu ceased to',how Ita ablnlna PROF. PFLUEGER is actually afraid yea Picture. in Lettermen'. Room Reveal Old Style of a microphone-he told Us so-VIR- n ' COMclentiowly ' worklna so that -face. . ' '. In 8a&�etball Attire, .Bring Back Plcalnnt Memoriel �;.: ,���� Inis A��B:: :::'Idh�:�f��� �:::'a S!!:� : �� :1��i:IJ. �oun�. lakel � 1000t . . g h e T Who would have et'er thouaht that suit consls � 'of 4 ' pieces, made �:y;:::' ::�kl;I::���: !��:; ::���� ��r �; �n:n!'e�u:��: · ��g��.y .is d... k and ,Ioomy ... the . Any good. wouid come out of room 113 from black serge. The shirt, to be In �:: ���O n::�� l: \�;::� ;l� m Id alia Sh h Ids n 'low f&;lterd with walk �� � � a ::� � u:n;: . � �lce :re:dent � � ndorned· with the iovellest ....:and �speclallY any Rood ·laughs. or stylf', a y f humorous lookina face.s coming lrom �ollar PI��ed hlah In the neck plus the Ion ony her tips while pt&ylng held that 01 secretarY. The The mist ' comel down with feathery one IAllt yearClub " that door.. but such was the last duckJest puffed slee\'es you ever saw, of the slUts Drama Nliht-weIncould ahe. ama which of Wat a group wisps unfurled , Dr week end w�en the room was made In-. ::":O:-;: ::uS�:�� th� ��e::�d�: taste I� way back where we were sit.- Icader lut year. linda her 10tereated In' To 'spread a.crtlSI the land. and cove, d a ti . to a Rogues Gallery Just for the sake athletes and sinKers wear- all lypee of drlUlUlUea. Althoua:h her up· the world; of N!mlnlsoense to the. alumni let- had girl forgotun her long b1a::k cot- Una-With me Is not In Pa:rkland: ,he stays To yeil-from. God tl1e aon-ollVl of man­' s",,�aters around school. won.t hoover tennen �'ho .returned for the reunion :�te::.OCkl��. She Just wasn t per- Ing every klnd school yonder" . to hikea and e to tell an !lIto from a. fullback. " able b P a). this ycar. Not . ohly tl1l' lettermen enmomlna:. BCCOunUna. I SUPIlOSe lor The graaplng after wealth. Lhe 8eateh A. 1.. joyed It but also th06e who were In- As years went on Lhe stylea began to . those red cheeks, . Although h� P. 1.. C. . for Ill-found Pm, change fsomeLh1og mOf'e to be thank- PRO:'. HIGHBY is �ttlna to be days are almOlJt oyer. abe shal1 never 'ne aln. the crime. the � and tcrested In the pmes played. ' ; , be o �:L1 for the typlcal-hc· yells "c:ome . ln" every time be fOl"iOt;ten by those who haye met paln- . · I...el"$ look over some of those plc- :,::�� :�u.= �� T0t;e�:"�an·a .flhan.1e � mltt7 cloudt t� spin, The styles have chang:ed 1 playing With :e lb!. of cr�=� �:.:��y ��:::sa 0::':: .= 6':;: her. Meet her now! . ' �:a����:::!n th;� !m:� no easy t&.sk. SOLIE takes on the appe�r.,nce .of a -By war, K&eble ' . who by the way, �k end �ag when tr.e final whist.le One of the PK ', from the class bums pl w a muat.ache' and lha.t 5U1t Professor aRalrutt&d c I transu a nUaUon as Bbou�. to a:raduate? He 'a "the bl., Pflu'el. ' To B ro.de; .. b3t&. of hls, ' :Yes he Played b aIIkttball �d �:�:r:f y:: .:=.- :: =� :. � O:':;:;/:��:� se y h I m e q h d A,lin ,WH.;. Mlrch' . 6 �t. wa:�UI��,� = :'i:t�!. = 1.. ' A. !� A:i:�� � ��-:w �;:/::::; ��= �IC:� �� �n:-:: :� , hIm-maybe the other .fellOW!! weren·t 'champS. .. SQUAWK! How about a, few m&:ke- "chiefly" look W8IJ, only add,� to" at ConUnuJ.na hla ten. 0( .bl-weekly . a the purchasing of a palr of ape so hot . 11 glt"eD to the plct.urea, up artisL1 for Drama Nlahta?:-Mnl. cs.· , radio talb over ataUon ,!tYI apoUorecs Special We alance a UtUe turther OD and thty are taken each J�. Jwt lor Kreidler m�e up enrybody. ,aM �t few weeks ago. V.lce prea1dent of ,the by the LUtheran WeU.,.e 8odet,.. Pro . find that. there were also I1rla basket- such , purpo.es this. and years a ca:lmp In ·her back lor her palna, dorm union last year and vJ.ce prea1- P. J. PfIuepr will apeak � Wednel:"t Wliat � Tbeall drea8ed 80 on the .oId pieturel more and . 8, at. 8:t& .P. 11.; the � 1.. L, =t/�U:�,�LhI� .�",:.:.;== day, iM&rcl\ p 'O�� parad . �. � more appn!da.ted. cal �ta of lut week'. topic, Quite a few of the alumni enjoyed acUvtl Uea alLhouah he has �rf-... a pract aDd. .War," other &Del be l Chr1at.W "'I e lyea In Parkland by ca"75Unc ort member 'Of Lhe Drama club and the Lh wh1le choir for two years. Sparta ·� .. tav- q�UOns r,l&ted to tbe ' tUbject. themae cloak, Wh1� they must : Ieetun: �, Pfluepr �� ate �g .schoo1---d-an SOIJl.I! didn't. ortte pU� or his � muclJ. Ume' :ata� de.Hnc with • real '. , III AIc'e.... CIut has betri liven over, to them. t&st.jeu world . and a 110flcl .. It � be. not or captain ecte unou m wU of d tad e el d th ; "It Y had .. mllUon dol- he � ·.It la,the dutJ' of other Ian and ad�ed the aporient zero. JOI:l lo� �ball team. 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Foron" .''"' ...... � ",, . With -'. C .. hoopete tnrnor.u: to 1!f1Dd CORM F,.... lehi.... i. n,i"i", uln .TC:!;.Fi'" Fi . �c!:. " M. n �:� . ��:. Atta �� k: �� �� i . � F.: �. � · ' C .., e. d in C.... eo..... Ie... : t m .. T�. �r.,.. 24:' � . mal squad on, t� .N�ta · ,home . �. . ' ' -. CapKi� Crowd . nocr. BUnIiJlI ,t:om their � point Playin,' their lut home pane of the ' . � aDd h �ne jack p. 1 -.Sol l e ' Lutheran 00l1qe lead Wit de eat Pacltk: the � toO . t , fii) the LUUierans f tera hoops rn. ' ." ' .. ... .inc . the '.....:; the In a wild batUe before capac:lty C . .. K the VUtinp' and ,another. excwn, eoD-, Olacuat.onl came fiom " behlnd in crowd 01 AlWDt\!. a tilhUnr !Quad or . '. MarUn'i test may be ex�ted: The toUowlnl" h:lrlwtnd rlhiah to .:ore tnt,,!! Potntl . .. 8t.: . _J snOftd und �, .� w Ql&d1aton � ,to the powerful Bell- au: bute�ll' team' wlnda up lUi . b day. March 2. the Oladl.&ton �Ie 1n ta �he lut. three minutes of play and · � � �_:: � � ln::: � p.mea with end at Ingham �Ormal quintet 2'1' to 24 on the schedUle this '�k . a the home map with the U. B. C. �ra. n, Luth- de(eat . &ea.l.t1e �!.1ere, st-:n. lUL nlaht. Dell1ngham and U. B C. 'AlthoUfb �d .nlih� ·Peb. 15. i;"artland maple. Saturday n lIht.. . . erana squeezed out a 14 to 13 win �n A wtld UU'on&' i)f ·enthuaiaaUc. rooterl'\.... n . the lollS 0" "�h" .Moe and .Joh � . --.. Bcor1llf tm.m atte � \tl o tt ne tlrat be an:� , thill ot as came � .t kept" U� on edae thrOUChout the con�at..1J;1a" T ·aerie. :OlacHatm:! ' . P'&dness � been teJi. the � didn t "" In&' Up oft the N�lteer�=ed _ encounter Is lhdl· teet and almost tOre the IY1D dQ,wn crack· when the rolne SO� tourh, and and' sooe defense bt'(li.n cl1c1t.lna �Ui other hard.fou.sht .. · a small lead unW mid iii. the : � d u ot ' ca . ar;! o under thaput. ·barraae ot �ta. :: � � Olson C �t the to �� �!:. _� � �! =-� , Oach . doem . hall when a DUITJ Of e:!ten by T,:: his with . h uPl:rlmented . II all. no�. Olabn ' coac . . . . meno:lk ILDd Ja.elr. Ued the ' at . quarter' wl:ien.Co&ch OtMn-beian .endlineup. havtn� t.wo , �ew men. l'.l the. 8. ,S" �m that pOint the two te.ms battled �� iame wu Falcons Take Illf 'ln replaCemmta. '. . tlve. . "Glads starUnl ...... . thai. t.beft e\'enly unW the rea� per10d wben the .eompuuhe aided ' ln p&rison to tbe 'torrid ·The Oli.ds s� ott w1\.h a ban.1 34-33 ' Up lit .Ui d seo� stoocl 15 to 14 lor � .' � IlWe IIfereace· 1a. tbe � of ::tle 'stared ��ew weeks -.o on e se Win the betore poln nlne ecored . �d hAd. . � ' :. ' . __ , The Hormalltee atarted out �� in � Leama. BeIIlDp.a.m. bed. �akbu R&heer Door .�hen the tsaue not Seattleites �Uled. HO_Yer. the Be· the second balt to tnc:reaae tbelr le&d $3. to n wbUe _, beat *beakima da. __ _� decIded un·m .the tlli&l u an t Seattle and up by rradually.·c:rept bOys PaV1ctory. pse attle. &:c*iD1. ' . � . . n. to ' . .. .. S1. U.: B. C. .... Y 'to live polot&. . The dOlI e oll e k the P. 1... O. bute- hal,f't,1me tbe. score was tnottecl at l7 . . to 11. Tbea Jaclt was hlah man �th 12 points cln C q too short. a ttn&i desperaw: 1n8". ':"' cut: -",'bci _ .beat n. � c.. l'twtce. clOie acore or 34-33. Pebru- all. ....... 1 t.e.ers b!':h tlr5t half.. , the in acored . ' all e BdJI.aP,am. neve the V. So' C. baU. part of t..ne Olada.. ' .rally In the opener Coach R.p.m5tad s pre, try 18 .at Seattle. seattle Collett 1fI.bbed .the INod l!;l 10Gb like a drde .,wu \ o.t t. ,..,.-lt . the . .CiU'Ver. Nonnal. center, led loun.d the superior hetatd·of the Brem:- �. by thlrty . peraonal touls. �he the second halt and held Ii u.nW.:wlth . to -..' 'wa, It with 9 points �hUe Sanderson.wU high . , .. erton tao E. team too much ot !l �I- game ....aa. hoUy conteste4 t.hrou(hoI.ll. t.hn!:e. minutes remalnlnI and leading" S. 8. tor t.he Lutherans . "1�� 8 marken. cap and went. d01!D to a 24-16 defeat: ....tlb- the Set:,tiIe squad hold.1nI" a .2(i.. 15 S2.27� th�fr defen se eiumbled and they Gent' l1a.ck-wtll-be- -play\na ·h1a JUt Kreuen and Messher ot Bremerton -and m4rgln at the haJJ. A d�rate diad- ....ete snowed under The lineups: . . . . ' ormal !P'm� G ene Tl}ompeO� for P. � p. 8a�ay . ( nilht. I (n) .Wn.� of ' P-: 1.. C. Ih&red seprinl lator rt4lY te�1 &hort ....hen .J�k. .NLIaen, The 01 a& miased nine 'out of.tllIr� . P. L C U N �::Ia Tommernk �� f� out. on tftn toul s�ot.s>.nd Nilaen stretched Sa,nderson' (8) ... .F.. . . (4) F1� �s: ::ee�ta:-=t �n �t!e ��= ho�on � � pointa. apl . ven n stral,l'\t misses � n Vandervrtend dunng h1a .three y� ot ba,ltetbaJ.1 t.au::nu:is'J) · fl?i� wasb hllh 1C0re� with �S. polnta �t=:(I�. se tee (16) � :::::::::::::�: ..... (II) Carver �.: (6�2�...::('f) ollowed e laon of and A.J: on the P: � C. colirtll. and wUl be a Ban�enon (l ) ... ..;P Moe y. �ttm1 f In the prellID.tnary pm.e: the P: L. O. (5) H. G Tommervlk. . . ..0 ·. ···(·8 ) (� Stutz hard man � replace. ..F. . .. . (3) �.. Moe 8ea.ltle'Pac1lIc With 10 c.1MIters each. �"� took' the locai preps In. a roulh Nilaen It) .. . Solie m . .. . ' Jack (l? ... . .. . C . . S�ley �e I�eupa : �tUe, 20·13. S. S. Subs: P. 1.. C.-Non�: Delllnit: ': c. t331 (3;') S. P. C. 0. ... . . .. (2) � p. ...... (4) he lineups: Tommervtk 1nItJ.aa.ed were . t kUennen. AU be � eagnon (2) (�) Seattle ColIe.-e Sl!.nderson (2!. ........F. . (10) Loclr.hard . P.T1.. C. (39) into tbe [,eUenMu'a Clnb n.e.day Bolle (6) . ... . ..O... (6) .Pamondlan ? C.9) Lewis Votaw (5) Ctl Tobin 1.. C.-F:'ord (2). Votaw (4), Nilsen (4) P. Subs: .. .1" '" not and ,ft.t. wtt.Ji atterDOOh t . .. ' .. Melson Ja.ck (10) . ilse . . C . . .. . un . (1), O'Connor . . qt. �hbola (8) P\nn (21. f"ry1! _ 9 N C Some (10) . E n CO oerem nl NF . t:;NCE STANDINGS no J. . t the De 0D7 ";,..' (2) Randell Ja.ek ·(4) . ......0.. BoUe ( 13) . (8) Olmer 'Won I.-t members W"bb Uley bad reaw:mlMftd And"eraon. Haavtk;·St. Mart1ns-Melgp, Tommen:1t . (s) .. .0 . Trepus G �'i') ps, i Hur�y . Phill . .. Carpenter. h. . <p Tommervlk . Lync . . tb . elr maDDers I:aIt week P. L. C, . • .....................8 Subs: P. 1.. C.-Votaw (5). Frye. Ford (2) Refe�rge Wise. ' ......0. (8) Conyne \'Klma .. ... .. . . . S. S. . .. . 4 ye (10) . m Bolle rso�. �e Fr 0>. bs: .Su... . � � ��!��� :� '!�:' :: Bl-emerton n (M) P. UII. m.b L. C. I That F'a.culty-Hlgh School same Is 3 ML Vemo a Rothstein, Carmod:y (SI)j . w Aberdeta ...................... ... :.............3 Bome ot ThomPlOQ.....!.') . . ..F . _ . (4) Parley ' I going to be somethlng to '-.. ' Referee: Bob Levtnso_ .:.P ... .. . (6) Messner Ce"traUa . . .... . _ .. ._ ... ..0 .8S us have been wa.lunl a 101lB time tor r.raon It) (U) Pre1Mi . ad 'Hoopmen Tak e ae.enes (�) just such aq, opportunity. A� the same Hauc'en .. . . .. ... .00_.. . un(4)Kressen · . · Knu�n (2) . . . 7_ .. (2) �. bo Kelby G time we will tind out_whether the bu- 8chlan . .. . .... . . . .. .. Wellon (e) . . :¥ ....... .... (S) Ficulty To BIHI• P�ep HaaVlk f f 22 (4) .... . ... . ,. O_ H , 17 .Hanson ('1') .-. . .., C_ ... ....Thom,*," �etbal1 talent shown around here H.udsOn Y ::� ;. ... . B&upn • . .Grays a. Secon�1 .n Benef.t Came comes from dormers or the day stu- . Subs . . 1.. Crvare (2). deraon (2) ......0- (S) �h . . . ' d�nl.1. End I. C. Conference s..SOft With � r .� � • . · Are"::� S. s. ��;e ����d, As a means of � lu:nds l� per _ . rla�g . ..Eichth .Str�ilht ViCtOry Teams Girl manen.t awards to the Junior Collep TODla"bt at 8:30, t..bree ..� 01 j , H. S.-8vare '2). . ru• ht Replnlnl th.-e lr arly fo , Conference Championship team . Coa.ch l{irl bUIleteers wtU taDa"1e wtt.b C: P. s� rm � . Reteree: Bob Monson. To C. P. .S · . 'g the p, L. C. hoopeterB defeated the Ojaon ho.s a.nnounced two benellt baa- rlrIa. The rtrb feel ave Lb..at the,. -Grays Harbor J. C. Cagen on the Hat_ GIRLS' .-aoLic. MAItCII 15 ketball ga.mes to be held March 6 in triO . pia,. better before a crowd. u& ' Three C.m .. Slated: Fint to barites floor on Wednesday. February · the P. L. C. �. . merrier. lIerr"' a moft �. by. B 22 to 17 count. , . St.rt ·at 6 :30 On Friday enaiq Mareb is, the Th� old r�va.b, the day students to buke':b-ll It alIoouid be Pla,.. ' Faced by 'Ja.ck, the Oladlators took ,trl" . IJDl c� w1� combine In Ul -Don't mlu It. and dorm �tudenl.ll ....til battle tor ed. an early lead and wcr� pever he�ed. aU-rIrls IJDl lraile ... be' bOdd Ia ibe Three girls basketball teams ha.ve The I)rema.cy In the preliminary to the S. S. at elP.t o·cIeek. · aaI Harborltes f�d d�mculty In pen- qollep "...aam un� been selected by �. Dapper to. tq�t . drUIa, "game of games:' Faculty ve�us High Prel1ininary a.rrangementa .rating tht; Lut.herans deteDR, and Tbe nhibUion wtn featilre folk- . ' School Reserve.. "I:he hllh school Is- r way tor rorming a P. 1.. C. GoU the CoU.ege 01 Puitt Bound telUllll thls etored many ot the counter:a trom danee tambllq, and .. . dlmu: ir in �e C. P. S. gymnasium sc evening nd s a sued a public challenge and Coach 01- de Association. The Parkland Golf Club tartlnl at six-thirty. TIle lineup Is mld·court. In the c105ln1 minutes of of ibe neniq", a baaItetJ)aD same be· :IOn tells us contidentlaUy that the hils offered a special rate for 20 or !l . .ht:! game, Aberdeen rallied to come ,_ the day· ..d the d_ stria. Faculty ..ill be out If! tull torce and more members. A committee h&s been as follows: Firat year. eenter5.. HeM, twithin three polnts ot knotting the .. . are ."out to ba� dOVo'n their (hllh pointed to make 8J'T1Ulgementa. and J. Benson: Forwanls, Hauke. 0dell; score, but NllIIen " Iced" the game with Second school's) ears."' 80 11 yo.u -;"ant to ':::06e interested ·should watch the bu]. Guards; Tobiason. Hagerup. ' ul m th;: ,�a: leUn boards· for further information. ��j::SO� =,.!����o;e�: :a=��.:n!t�h����::,:O.a � . The Bug ��urco: :�t :: ��h-:. u s. s. Manousos. Third year. Cent.ers, Hoir.: Lutherans' led 14 to 4 at halt time. Jack Coftee. · ClpreUea, � 'em. um. 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. . � thrOw­ �unlona such as were held last weelr/ would be the en40f an ....t.er end are nothq'new to 1.be oollep. for lng "he'n .. profe8lOr was m&taten for a T� motto of � �tOr . . fourteen years ago the : flrst. alumnI student. accl�nUJ or DOt is untOld, and have � the ,foothills. • . ,. reunion. as far .., J"eOOC"ds ahow, was t&ins tn . tn vie.. ·. WH y nOt mate ' . How. . was TtIJs!d . he.1d for the students from the Pacltle quJte",,!,. �Uon the motio or the . I hlrb. schOOn . ' ' . old trick �lheran' Academy, which was the.name ever the rciI'IQ...wlnr J� the of What we now call .PacHle Lutheran ....u· once sgah'! rev1sed.; .and .hat lun . ty. lven' er The r CoUege. Although there 1\'eJ'e but 5(),tu- -fOT t.hoI!:e throwing � saclr:. At j�t Be� � .Par e J e . l �N� = :� the ant at the ' reCtiv� .end ,. hU, one n . ; m: r, .sel'Ted e thing to be tban�1ll tor-that the bag, the, dellcJous duck � . talb �erved at the alumni 'banquet. Whst gir The themselves. the l! rocb.. not ,and contains . ..,.{e� a restlYaJ that muSt h""f! been. It 15 ,. b ld. H by Mr. .: atTy . 0r!- bo!:.= ... Re Inte�tlng to note that few who at.• . 6rou� a� iath� about In varl� I r e e ' ;:a::�' �;': : of the hailS �Ulng thetr rorme� par a . tI: a�:;: ta d �� �:� I classmates about th�1r d�� since behal� .of our class.. T)l!! . . . �rh,�. Records mow that one alum. . so enjoyabl� rty p�v� e ��hing p�. entln� � n1fS eame from China. There were sev. they lef� college. � proJesstoo,. It . was With great. d1fflc�lty: �t eral from Alaska and a few frOni the fession ou�oes any oth!:r comes next.," guesu we� persuaded to lea�e. I'!&Stern Statell. b�t mOllt. fti-e. from and perhaps ma.trl.mony . H. 8. ' Prof�r (If one could ' call · that. _ profession). right. around Parkland. ' Xa\'ler was tOMtma"ster at this banquet Many ' return with their famUies and Miss "Martha 8eluermle.r vJ.aIUd · and s�kers lnclude4 Profe� HOpg recalr the dats when they. i�' met many. of. her. old 'classNles and . their ··better. half" probably on some panlons oftr the Week end: • . ' and Professor Bardon. was a former studC!'t from � 19:!i thrOugh 1935 a reglste'r certain .spot son the e.m.pua. .� Rnd attended thj hJgh ,oI"",D d'Part. _ ng run up the ' .pines 'of many u they i ttend a ' - � hu...bten.. kt»t�o.f 'ment fOL two_y�. _ more t o muCh ·the towanI. jJ . apuLwiLlk... the reuniOn. that Is. fpr ·thoiie whoW , . ' . -. _ '_ ·� , ""':"' 8� :-mem.,e�.to ."Ign their na�ee In the beateJt.p&thr to the ' tJCklnt' poIt 'I'be·� CourteSJ. 'heoma Ne� Tilbllne . . . DO YOU JlHOWf , register book. However. this �rd Is ilays bf romaQCe �re nnewt'd. and long. . . . lInked ld o e n. ' ' �P � . 'The .bi�nde.Romeo pf the �lpr . not. any toO accurate. "beeauae � 't .Is ed r� �e � l(eft: Gene Jark.. ideUar � JMI )e,� who wiD pia,. II" IMt PIne gLan� thr6ugh. .!Iuch " phoney" names many hearu who . haTe walked that Is ' the subjeet for dlsoe1.lMiOn. When , he t ; rl(lIt: JobD .� v'ete"'111 � wIto .iI: _ of .. fill' P. 1.. C, ��, ....b. U h i n _ ss memories Te: only many path. to he 'Sttl1 I Jam t � . K�1 hall w t o t es l pa es one by as "R�dolph Valentino" &.r?-d ' ot owt d�� � .. �-. booJ' .--tal Giadl �� ' reuona _ the • • speaklnl, 'It Is not that' he Is . Dunn" are recorded. Some one bM' maln. -�'. .... _d II: now MWn41nr. C. S. .. . signed their names as such for a Class toom'.!I are visited. Each he ' Is so tall he can't see . s t h hOOI n . M . �h � ce· Al ! O � rro .!I t g ev ' even thoulh th'ey have grywn up some- ' luck IfIemOries are east from county fali- ;his banty· . and only those - memories al1 prtr..e.e He does ' likewise what. 8peraU to the out and remind him of his ' good DC' this school. . His Each ).'tBr as the students' respOnde;d .w1.th .. With this lMue of the Moorlnc Maat. Is "LOve 'em and. leave 'em." In � . which heollowing their .!!Chool day memories are thta Prof. J. �. tryouta for stan posiUons are oomlet .a word of warning be given: (nettn,. F Memories that shall never be choir, gave a plett: and. 'out of the 19' who applied,. the of Edw dlr , �toI" � soo ner . out girl!", he will �t . you . What a time they must plano 8010. nine .reCelved poa!tlons. � . later. each other of pranka which' N. J. Hong. faculty 'advlser, and )411· To close th! coneett, Dr. SperaU dl· H. S. and what a laU8"h they get. It rm er fo!.· f ugmented the choir rec d the made . Vl NeII edltor:'have ton . _ <! g,. te by a , It Is Dot necessarY to announce that ' thal. the water � trick is JMt members present. in the stnging of 10w1nS- Cho.ICes for reporters : �t . ne'w stu. Just ncdved tradl.tlon. but In the yea, 1923. a.vlor." 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Thelma NtM, trqedy. oo Harold Nilsen, and Arnold Tommerv1.k : As little bus�eM was held In the paper," "�ow to .set: u� a n��.per cases In the llbrUy? It mernbe� pJisented t.he bu.k.eu.D fquad decoration: Arne Strand, Roberta Tor- student body meeUnp, they were held and I!'alte It aUr.ctlve. The offl.cers i.I obeexhibit well worth your whUe to . with gold basket.bIJls .. permanent the of prestdent, are n o A8I!oc;l"U Preas business the rison, Ramela "Rust, Judy DeMOn, Stan. only once a month. After John HJeUe, th : and aec.retary, F'?rd, EIsle Barrett:· P,rornun : Eleanor was. tended to. the rest of ':he hour The shOW ' .caae is elIpeelally . laacl7 awards �vor1nB to uphold t.he preaUle Hauke, Emmett Thompson, Mildred �Ive,"! over for a ,?I"'OfP."&m under the Mi.ss MIU'I�t �a .th, Concordia. n.aUng. In addition to the Norwegian . Ende. they. have eStA:bllahed In . the Mona:on, Jack. F'lsh'er and Helen Ulja: auspices· of the school paper, th�n called . TQletber wl ottaer Lutheran Col household articles most or· which classiooms, 'the pro(e&ion of P. L. ·C. e e l e e e p back 70 th'� year' 1860, 'plece6 of the ��::;u� ::��:=eU:�=� !o-: � � i=� �!:)I::ur�: �� t���r���:;:h.: ;! :::, ::e� �:��c=·� :t Vlk: clean up: Rolp.h Bolstad, Hal Ler- did mOl5t_ of the wrIUnr of the paper, ttve coml� a�� � orlrln� "CorutituUon." �a'rus tuska Uon to U�hold and t.t.t.lnI ,tnJn1na ' ' . Y from Ala.sk�, ansi a Mast:adon tooth, conscleOuOUfly. Rumor .hU I� UMr,. vlck and .Everett IJpps. would·rue'and rHod the enure contenta cause of the chan,es In �e p&pIel', Th1lI c1mM!ly done In made In UllA �ue, according to MlIton there are thJft main exhlblta. The .. . - or bodna to reach.top form. ec:..eh . 01' tneee L! a uny .aUv:er robIet. lSalb... a short ume a.s there Were but tour Nesvl8, editor. Y ha.a '� haunilDC T lim' Itli , Saga. a.rnlyaJ IS sheets about the size of .. pl� of type- On,the- first ntaht I?f the, convenUon, back. to the year 1700. Alt.hOulh tar'; the 'past couple of weeks, anthe d '.Ls in fine writing paper making up the paper, Dr. 1-: W. Bee, President or 8t... Olaf nlahed with �, t� of a. des� shape for the pme, nus pme 'WiII I ay N"Ight Cap. you thm see w111 thb student was COllelp!, deliver«! a .ve� InstrucUve ad- around the. ed� .stlll be seen. An- enable the stl.:dente t.o kSots t 'Held Fr"d forlorn? He'd m.1Med tl).e . newlI! for d-retIs: alter whlcl\ Re�. Edgar Carl8on, ether '*t.radlon Is a book printed It! yean gpne . by play ba alcetb&ll ..- eIt th pastor of Mt. Olivet Lutheran Church, 1528, ove- four hunared'yeara 1lfO· On Ute tim. it. WP " at month. You see, only one paper . should be played l be Cliff Mesford MaSter of Cere­ for th.e entire student, body wa.s prln�. Minneapolla, presented . the a.d�, the title pare, which Is torn .a� dls- and only game In which studentl CUI monies; Novelty Booths and Imagtne not- �lng able to reread any "Teday's Need for' Declslons," COlfORd, ene can sUll.see.the name, "De oot. thelr lavortte fatultY ,butetSurprise Features of the old papers" and not being able The businellll meeting was OOnducted Seme Ahit.ric." or :'The Bound WUI," r forCome out and Me O...m, BJahpaper an article for on SatUf!lay mornlIll", and. at th1I!I book 01. Martin Luther'., If you hap... Pflueger, Ramstad. ManWith CIUford Me.sford as the Master to clip fromboothe ll:-. We don't reaJ.1Ze how meeting, the Decorah' Olrla COllege wu pen to stop at the case don't pea by of Ceremonies, the Annual P. L.: C. yeur scrap a nd the .onion a�pted .. ·a member: ' the werld's (ConUnwd 'OIl Pap 4) will be a bat' amallel� New Testament. Saga Carnival ....·u held lut FrIday _ also moved to donate t4QO to the Y. P. 'whlch .. the size of • poat.ace ns n t n ����. Mard1 8. In the coUele ip- L. D . R. To Meet At , �o!;; :� ��:ce M�:az:ox� h :: �: �:�:�� but Wa:�::n =, Novelty booths lined the gym. the elected for the ensuinl yeu are ( your eyes are rood, yeu �: � fer the team's lhoWtnw diarHome of Mrs. Reid flcersfellbws: I h .� na.rd Hlnder- tl Uels.ln thJa little miniature, but w1�pre\lde�l, ,, put tJeUo�orm or day boys, :���e��I�; :\::ll:�:, � a ':�; m u macnlfylnl glUII th.e r�st Is Just, The the pzrie promlae.e to be otwt': occa.slen. Such boo.uUl ... .. the COffee To Be Wednesday Evening, , �! ��re:.�e� � r:� ; $! , Lu J ":!� ,: �l:r · th ' ShoPiJe, the HOUR ( et Horrors, the Mar. 20; Norby to Report on . COllege: recordlnl leCretaQ., Haul lIe- . The trOphy Is Int.eJ:elUtll" also; :.:�v:!::e:etc:,feene':e� . It W. M, F. Connntions �, Augustana Collere; and.f�clal .wlth I� poUlhed sliver cupe. The meet facUons, �: ;'� =�' ��� �: Everett �Ubretaon, �cor- ::� �::::'co�: .:,h. :d :ft�h: The day bon' will .�ve vocaw. jack, MJt,. Reid will entertaJn the L. 0, R.. =� and. various fortune tell1nl booths, "''ere r at 1r r���, '=�crm� .==t! � �H�\.enlng wu a :�::. !=�����e:::t: :: · �� :!o!: :'::�on;�:ur �v�:, An: :�; wUl � NUa:mo ?'cmmert1lt, Pard, aurpr1lJe p� wblch corulsted of slst as hostess. . . the theme dteeUM k m with bls addresa, tor the Iludent with the highellt ectlolthe foUowtna: numbers by the Olrl's . As a special number on the pro- "At the Croulnl"," alter which' the L. qUe average also occupies a prominent Bolle, . d�n, 0 Conner , ' �bcld, d H ' will give n a a TrIo: .song by the Bey s Quartet: a' gnm , Mrs. MlkIr.el � o , S. U. were en�tned by the posIUon, ' In addlUon to the.Ie, ene IM!eI &;n &ruJOn. tap dance, ..Porty�d 8treet Scene" readl.ng. Other, numtters II"I"IUlged are: Choir under: the dlrectorah1p ofBt.Dr.OW' F, the Ta:coma IntencholalUc Bull:etball . by Helen IJlJa and Rhci:1a Hoitenstad: Violin 11010, EVelyn 8yvenlOn: �, 1Iar-' MeUus Christenson, cup, won by P. L. A. in llKMl; the Ya.k.1R Drama Club to Give an A� 0&zJce by Huel Port: a garet �m: vocal duet, Valbcrr Nor- On the return t.r1p, WUlle 'had th,e .ms LIons' Club trophy, which has the . " ' vccal .solo by Paul1ne Walta: a Ik.It by by and ��n Derpkom; plano 11010, oppOrtunity Of 'Delnl a rust at Con- figure ot a bQy with a bultet '-1I,· and "CherrY - Bl08soms" Cl1X HBuaen and Bob Sva:re; two NtITO Norma Preus' , cordia COlieae. wttere be broua:ht areet.- the M7' L. Davia bukettJ:all tl'Ophy, WOD soap by Ronald Kartt.n: a mMl-clan Valborg N�y and RhOda ,Hot�tad I.np from P. L. C, to the atuden�. body in HIU. 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"""' . , '" ... . ��w�:: s �e� ����e: W� �� ��� o�: extraolle of.iJle · most illlP9rlant fl'atures�of Illng?-To JOHN 'OJ DR!?!.r:[;B : Is.: goes. the tfouquet ot chang� everything that land, Juat cllrril'u)or activities uf allY w('11 urJ.:anizcd edudalsybells lor belnl' abe to reap' � two-hour's HIsJ.ory to chue', out the Infamous Druld! 01 is �ur(lrisillg, theil, what cational It'SSOn In 10 minutes la� )'ou.pAd, Ra.spu�?)-It "Wo�ld , the country. soch by U l'usual nleresl is leas y � we. do n't wi sJ\ J.o tlng up any."arru. ty � lnutes to l'1'ad the Ull enterprise TIlere is. it Secllls,- a �rea' deul � . . of eagcrn �!OS allributed to cri.ticising a paper; Patrick's blrlhJll�, ment u to " .• . n.u ROOEN . " th, n•• ' · '. N· '" , ' E _ n TpBI . a' but w e n It COIIICS 10 remed"III�' 11IIV deCidenbut we do aim J.o mainta.1n that he waa 's were legs � H -If sch� und O lU"' Lwo.some . kllockcr ,,�alles, The ' ' cics Ihe enthusiasm 'of 'mplexlon-8(1II Uke the not �m In. Ireland. 'Be that lUI It ma,. peaches and cream like. his co s.laff of a�lr .pol�r will recog nize the j s ifil'l.Igirl at McKinley HIII :JLU?,VDlE?-ANOELO, . don·t you I he eventually landed there and served '!un of crlt ICtS !l1. and IIcknowledge un)' sugges. t e re e lthf IlY for years . convertr 1 l s e U ,�:s� �� :�'ts�el�k � :e :� /R : ;1 tl )I�II �� tl � ll 1 . something:' wear . gotta I gOflK, rouge; much cessful purllicahon. In each one there arc g of beat publicity arentl ne the Be o 1 � . �n parts 0 Afrl.CA the gruht language Is used-that's 01 his t ne errors and crudities, w.hid!", once hurd led u , BRlnt Patrick did not t&ll not.hlng-how 'about th� P.I..O. dln\ng room on 'Monday hroaden Ihe way for improvemcnt und pro: to"\atta.ch hla ' name J.o every place he in honors tor applied students 35 momlnp?-Around gress, · \'Islted" He carried this. p!'CtJce d�wn Mr. Hong's clllll$ Cont! does the best one can for: oneself', Our sl'iiool pupcr has had mUllv such 011to his last d"ys, . when Ul.e place In doesn't one?l-Add TOE-NAIL deSCrIPtiOn:\ MARV HAN1 10 overcome, "'hen il was which he w� burled was chrl$l.ened SEN. the walt In grandma's bed-For want of something lishcd. it WAS a new vcnture, hampered I)\� illID.."'T "t;>oWplltrlck." MARGA and B�RT trl� walking their on say to lay. pilly a �'XI>cril' lIl.·t•.. TI!er:c wcre .Ihan us to( It may Intereat you, that he WIUI the . rock.:! at telephone poles. peg . fcw nth sl as lc Journalism students, \Ve have i RUSS FRYE and BOB MARTIN sign each other's one. who trst Instructed the Irish lri nu �'oursc in journalism. The need. ho\\'e'·er. J.o the love mLsslvell they send to FREDERICKA the art of dlIUII..Uon. Thta conb1but.name paprr IlCcame more intcnsified each for n, y ed ,ruU to their celebraUon ItIIUvt� B SCH-Just because Mr. Bardon's Hl&t.ory year, until it \\'as decidcd..that the student hodv ' SCHLAN U . "r test book !.s red. many are Clyde Is tleil at his death When he died, so puhlish u hi-weekly 'paper which was culJe�1 great WIUI the glory l;hat there WIUI no Lhere-the !.s· (misery -eyed y boIII woman ...a1t.1ng around 111(' Arl1lll�ell1enl and " TIle Moor n� s not rar bchlnd)-Irute&d of v.'eddlng beJIa, there should nliht lor twelve diys. !. \ make'up wos nnl unif II I ll d ' What b the a.saoclatlon 01 the &ham_ sleigh bel1ll. because TED NELSON is' so cold have more or fe�dit(}riali;:d. �: i n a ���JI:d ��� rock and 8&1nt atricb O&y? a.e used about handlnr out cigars to the boys. , ,.. P crary nutRnzinf'; hut II spirit of determination . trefoil trbh plant In would pull a fabblt out ot this little Weren they t U ' )'O exc.llIplifi�d policy ond w�s the unity that hat, Hi3:hby?-Wonder why PAUL PREUS stopped hlS mmonl to prlllCII,lcs or u. deSC'r\ lIlg. Wide-awake ' at a gII,II staUon atter mldn18h� a lew' mornlnp ago, In the doctrtne 01 the .trinlty: It ta . 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her e n a ' . DD Y'1 It�.! C . lub c. . ._ �! : : f""\... 1st. at " o·clock. Pottrer. Friday. March ' Wh� Is �ere that d.oesh'� �ow this whlc'h accredits tmuiutlona In'the . state . ADd B�� � �presentat1� Of At ' dynamtc YOUllg chap. �ho cont&1n.s . . 'e h atflnnat rremman Unl�ty th� . . . \ . � �ut 150 poUfids of misch.l�f. Enter' .p. L. A •. Pa�r The �nch �Iub will hol� te �-� team. n I g. last. year from ' L1ru:oln _ m. . ·be . In .. �d eonteet Marpre;t �m. lar meettna: Priday noon. ' loA· real(Urel, . Rea'd TQ brought w ith hi� new. Ideas or. ':Inv . ho w subwaS en. John v.an Leu · ' I'E'nUemanly co nduct. B.;Dd lmmedlately "lCoathnaed fI'om Pact 1) of the p�, 'Thelma ' Ot.nlela wW an4 . i 'e sUtutlng for Helm Holteamp J)f8l;,nted proceeded to put them into �rlect.. But iuc:kY we" are ' a French stor)' and live Ita trans- Ul atrtnnatv lnij t W�rner Quale. '30 is tea.ching high' I .... 1.. t P for � e t was e n le Cll,l page 0; �e " Hu i all. Its all � fun. and � 6pry " g vOne school at Keene. N�rth Dakcfta. He after University of laUon. and �rot.hy Andersen wW play Bucke. and Weber young senJor c�n take a poke &:& well as en to jo);es 'and 'clevet ·saylngs. LIste n' recently �o"ered from an' attaCk of en. o n l ec WB.!hington freshm pl ' _ ··Yes. sir. that boy of mlhe 'is .. Pl an, a �1? �e one. Mus.lc Is his favorite dlver-' .. � . measles. ' . ro�. THu,raday .aftemoo.n. March- 7. y know �t M is a howl· 'player; Why he Ge�an Olul) mem�. met' yester. pla�' with his ' __. . . and. Delbert Breefleffi;&n. g :"c�e� as � sax Payer. We �ve toeS!"' sald a proud. i day for. Jhelr monthly business aess1on. Van """"buve r. . . Hel n G!U'bClI a former stud,ent. Is �. " l uve· team. '. f . heard rumor!$; �at .he, is to go to Ala.s� '"How ;01c1J Is he?" Ukdl.. a triend. I COncludlng th� meeting• . Pro�eaaor the P. 1.. C. tom's . � In the Weyerhauser L . PLUJM e Umber _ I� men'a ·negmet the ,Whitworth Col new practl!� ·in · h will �tee r.; Q Club J er� ·1Hl��_ i ·led ne Hlghby .5� xL . . · n l _ · Company office In T",om.. debt.t.e: . non.-decislon .. n I te� . . a.tive be bsck to loln . · . · __ In the fall: · :'Well"." �d' the friend. "I've got a oe-rn'!an- sonP,--.. .. 'if_ MiiiTf;Y. · "1Lhd- Pot te r....e... ...iDQk ..J.2r WhIt;,. ' . __ � H. . boy at home wh.o can play with pLs . B.. Ingeborg Bolstad. .'29. t.eaches s .. worth ' ' . '. . nd.· he's. ot:ll, '�ne year oldt � .p A.t the � Carnival. the. ffigh �, a PUPIIS ln the Everett SchOOl systcm" ' e . 10d , p All debates hela thus far have ."... attended th� Lutheran Bible Institute. School had charge Of . wo booths. Und. Crude humor. we caU It. but. .then It rdlng . Alter All n"On-decllllon Rrgun\enta: but. aeeoooa.eh. A.t Minneapolis. Minnesota. last ye�. e.r the direeuO!l of Harry Oribbohm a was m!!�t well. . pn�rer. Professor" to _ ._ _ N5> advertl!!ing was done unW 'many group at Senlo':5 were overseers of \.he on leave of absence.- � . . thl.! -arrangem�nt Is ve . Hatlsfactory (By AMOCl.ated �lleglate �) " Ma's COnee Shoppe.'· in which coffee years later as It COIIt not.hfug to print __ and he�pful to the �clpantB. . . .'-p.._p toes ot . Mlcke�' Le�and. a form�r P. 1.. C. stu- and' delicious. fresh dougtu:tutB w�re one paper, and that was always t�Btir.te 'COll . in Plans tor a' detinUe schedule ��n�rv�. . The other booth, with Norma written on ' one of the co ege ·tyPe- Irish alte �t.a dent. visited here last week. to L. T. r.ercolletr1ate debate are be"iilg·made by ' a:, d � t rhape. c the U � . d � ype� nIsto' Preus acting as chairman. showed great writers. or pe -) __ t e t '�e orpnlof prealdenl. ' .. Khutsen em V �: ; � co : og1!; �� t ':;;: writer. N� hurrying to toWn - to rit . Alice Roe, :at. w!J.o attended St. Olaf skill In readl�g handwriting. sy v .S . l �' w. z.aUon. . the print .set up for t.h1a editor. College last semester. Is Ih1ng In Se- . �ng nUlte� for a h1stA:!rr of th 1s vegeH. B. ----. A great deal of· ,time. however; was table crop. TIley were first found atUe. / In Erllnl" Lanon was described. In Do M.arch. 22 Dorm Party Tct "spent on the paper and a. lot ot" credit the h1Ihl�� .Of Chl� and Peru. You Kno.... 'should be given {hOse who first tOok It , BUTton �reldler. '25. and his wlfe H. S. When they we� Intr�uced I n Europe . The Dormitory Union wpr� beets upon .them.selvea to' edJf .. paper. , � r ailed befo High a e Althorp. b the time e will Port Alaska. t I last s by the SpanIsh COfl9ue�rs. . potatoea the Pep Club: at a party � be held In � make :matter3 worse the paper Wednesday. He is mp yed there as School Gi�is will forget the eventful en1rli. March 22. ln EnglJ,Sh. some were grown as nowering plante only, the gym on Friday;.ev Eddy Cor- evening: of March 2. on which date they w.as not all wrl.t.ten . 5tock m� for Skinner and . � nothinIJ but The IrIsh wt� the tint to. estatill!h with Harold J�n acting all reneral d ul co studenta� poratlon. attended a Slumber party. given at the mpo t lIOurce o'r food cba1nn�, Enimett · Thompeon baa been as them I � . the all and ntr:lbUted , weglan · - Nor __ . . home of Melba Fenney. Games. stor ';JrOII'"&Jll, and ' nted.. Just too bad for and � means of stopping the- many a.ppolnted � a.r;,ranre Norm� Westling, '34. who Is' teach-. Its. and ref�hmeni.s helped pass the articles were rf famines from w�lch the I5lan . d sut,lered. yern �utu�. will have ch� at the ·, Ing ' ln Olen'Wood. \Vash., visited here time away unttl the ' wee hours of the thOR who dld:n·t understand NOI'SU entertainment, f cr ho.wever. the h e 1847. � al.!e.ct op . l) - W . �ell. a�r1OO g over these manu saturday. spite of their former .• . when, in Ig y proud' of our paper . there ,followed the great fainlne which em � bOasting. the girls found out that no scrtpts e . . . . ' ope �t 1n ean to corne as much 'caused the death.of .thousands .and connne--;\Y0uld obJect · to a little sleep. And and . SANDWICII!'.8 . · will have betp �I.sbed as In the .trlbute:d to the 1arg'e. IrIah 1mmlgntlon . � , All JUII:II ' lie 50 to bed. Mrs. Fenney aeted as chap· country; . ro our ' ' last twenty years. Watch Re,airh" a $l"Clalty . J��'. Alter the value of the potato as a_food ' H. s.

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fPietan On. Pap 4 . t Mrs. J, O. Edwards. who ..,111 dl� Sings In' Auburn in Afternoon, ' " ' •.ization S.ponsoring. Pocke.t . The Pac,lrle Ua�n College "ChoIr the senior chw, .play, has announced Orgaestament Seattl� in Evenlnr Drh'e League T � ot West" under the' dl.recUon Of y the B " " to.,"lIy loomsbur of . the cut ' ' Prof. J. O. Edward.8: Will leage ' 9I.tI,lr� which wUl be p�sented on F'rlday, May 'Als a prellmln,ll'Y to the' spring tour, n ': o ::;:=.C:���� Th·e Mission �Iety wtn J11ett th1a , the ·:Ch.)lr of the W�t" ga�e their .� :�:. ���51::,��rn:' =� �?�� c� e� �;� 'Clock in the College 1 first concert.. of the . current season t�n cI�es in Southwestern �tngof Lila Rudd . . Melba Fenney. Jane ;:eC:I:� :� :::� e Sunda�, 8�ngtn.g I� t..'l.e Auburn High tO !' :1I11� an�'a����n �e:a�g. =�e: Follow�gleadthe song Servl:�.AIAl(vlnn �r�dr:;:,",:� �e�I��.� �� ot' I n Rolen devoUon. will ,In Arne 018Ofl and O. n. Wom C. Mr. 'experof e deal great. has had a �:�� :�: :�n:e: R�� ��:: of Men. will accompany the .'cr..oupDeanof JfWe ' topic paper. Otherby numlence In directing. I)avlng recentl)'-..dl- will Church In . Beattle In th'e evening. forty-eight . planned a vocal 8910 RAy8�udent.a.. . recte<! the play "Baba" for. the P. T) A. bers 1'he atternoon�oncert was. sponsored A3 n I former. years the group wUJ Pflueger: a trumpet 11010 by . She attended a dramatic school In mond Harold O'Connor: and a vocal �lo by "boY.e. Prof. Joee... · O. EdWU'lb, 111- by' the Luther League of the Messiah travel by bl.L'. A fifty-five puee:ncer Minneapolis last wJnter. Mary Nash Romola Rust. Professor Pflueger wil1 �t.or 01 the "Cbolr of &be We.&." _bo Evangelical Lu�eran Church of which. double 'deck "bUmp'" bUll . baa been a.MIstant to the has been selected' Rev. E. A. 1.£rson. p, L. C. faculty r.h:lltered from the North IUlSwer a. QUesUoa concerning � �k. Is cCHldaeUn. Lines DIrector. tbe eb..... for u.e " knUl member Is putor Following the pro- and wUi be driven by M:r Gout beast the whlC;h was submItted at of Pa.tne. Roland and Daniels With Thelma cONe caUve �n I.bI. �' .RtI hu gram. the Lea(ue entertained. the choir This is the �nLh concert. ieuon for last meeting. the . . Swanson playing the leading roles. the � friends with a luncheon In the DIreCtor Edwards and alao the tenth . the choir Iince Its � in a cut has been announced u follows: With MtltOn Nesvtg in. charge. the � church pulon. anniversary of the �nt cholr'l Inr---.., Abel Wa!il.·arlng. M. P 'Lloyd Rot!; Mission Society Is sponaor1ng drive 1 1m. The Seattle coneert wu h�1d In. Rev. nov'atlon. Under till leactenhlp the .Mtro): IButier to the Maln.warlnp), among studenu to Increase memberqeorge L&rie's ehurch after wh1eh � ch�r Is . unlQUe_ In that It ainga only � i MoveTestament ; e �lr: the In �p Pac. Milton .Nesvlg: SylvIa (Mainwaring's Lutheran BeaUle group of P. L. C. Alwnnl se�ed capella. ' and only sacred music Is pre· . daughter), Jane WIIII.ams; Lady Mar- ment. . . hment ref sented. . . . s. rel! t. Flo w . as H movelhIa JoinIng of purpo!le Hokenstad: The u Rhoda . \ Ian Malnwartng. a . -_� .:--::.\ n'!'_t e The tl1P wu negotiated by boa and Ii Mr. VIctor A... Elvesb'Om. b� . . I Rev. Adrian R,:tands. Bertnlm Myhre; m.erlt 15 to help make dally Bible read. . . ort U _bo .. of tlle l m� an ac. HeLuon � Theod<!tt MR. d Constance IMmer. Evelyn iTWln; Rich- ing " habit and to carry a Blble,or . �. iJR.arade d o' -:.-. . - ..... ��I� cb.apeMN. -....-... Jh. )" DQ.jf ��.=�....:n��t!:��: T�t.-"!�OIlLIOU. . -. '� tor 1' hU:�. t.he . �fI� the �ll repre- . following I�raty: . Le rna Daniela; Percy \Welwyn's 8onl.. D R. � � �= rade Milan Lany to .sen e . pa ., . � . g cture Salarday. Mari:h so SpODSO�Jn . . Arnold Anderson ; Amelia ( Welwyn's L. th Younger Daughter!. Louise Jac\r:son; On Africa a t League ::::-::! �� .cc:,:::/:= � n:;�:�hs�e : th: Develop ment Drive �:r � , W n a fifty floatA entered 'In the parade. 140re Sanday. �h :n (neDlnr) ....� ?r� ::�e� ���t:��. ��::·�U;�' .....Wanea Law Student William pflueger; Mrs. The Pacific Lutheran CoJJ�ie chap- tMn etwo million dalfodt lls Iwere u5ed' Mr. Milan Limy. a student ateth� MorMta.,.: April t, Welwyn. LilA 'Rudd ; Lucius Welwyrl. :r�v:;o:ItC�� :�m�nlsfo����� fI: ��! B�:;::: = ;: :�:;::. �I::;'rs: °l���:�f= �: :; �-='���I· ·S· ·"··.·.���..··.���:.��·.·.·:= St n ; . Luther LeB.«Ue, meeting Sunday eve- Thanda,.. April 4 . boll�e Development AMocla- on Pacific. .. Orqoa CIty ����f;: O��:;� � �=�: Lutheran This drive has been started to Under the dlr'!Ctlon of Myron Krled..: . .... Mr. Pumpherston IAnother Law Stu- tlon. " I·" · . ·.·.·..·.-.c···.... � ·"� _� ···8II'ftrion r���! �d8O��' SFrlda the number Increue of members :' .. scatler the _ _ J30 �n: P. ..... C. f1O!1t wu el.aborately =1:! ....1...-- . .... dentt Eldon Anderson, tered' throughout the Unite<! States IU'Id deconlte1:l with over ten thOWI&nd d!l1- In Atrlca. Sanda,.. "Pro l' ...oralDc) ......_.0peII Roland Swanson, class president. hlUj abr Presenting an enUre progn,in blm- SlUlda,.� "priI T (a.NenIoon) ..� oad from ten. to fifteen thousand. fedlls. The sides of the �U5 were appointed the following Committees to Ellen Bergstrom aod Helen Hol�p ranp:ed to represent a musical ac&le self. this student' slnp, playa the violIn Smnda,., April T (�) .. ..WIaJNIl ' .....ork In connection with the Play Uld .v 1th chUs actlvlUes. Stage. Herbert have been aPJ?Olnted to take charae from which the mem�rs of the Choir and ptaDo. and speab. He has never All of theae concerta a� MI)g through the cut-out DOtes. Near had leuon. in musi.C. but one ot the bY'Lutheran churches whJch· a.re Hopp. chr.. OSten ElJasen, Ed Svlnth; of the dri\·e. bottom of the float "Pa.clllc Lu�- nwnbera on hla progra.m Includes a bers of the ·A:merlca.n Lut1}e:nLn C9D properUes; Amy Gilbert. chr.. Vlrgtnla The De\'elopmenl A&!odaUon was or- the ferenCe. in some cltles the concert. \\'o,r'lr:-ed out In b�k vIolin 11010 which he '�posed. . College" Mahncke. Erlln�n; Ma.k.e UP. Por- ganlzed In the faU of IIn8 by Dr. Tin- eran Il� a ,� t ai d "This unusual prograzp prom1aea Iu purpose is to rally fMends letters. U tla Miller, chr.. l'{onna Preus, Ellmbeth gelstad. to ::: e � so; ,���rla: : :U:::. the and .. of C llege educa. L botb P. be und not entertaining," did and onal Although the College fl08.t ..... aro U co Herbert Norgaard; chairs. Dahl; tlckeu. Berdine Knut.aon, L. L. preatHarold Dempster; . Invitations. Jane through the slogan. �at least a. dollar at go any further than 24�� and PacifiC. e ntlnued out to bute to e n w:�o': :'::�.a lar&� Edw.atds Reveals m Puyallup : 'turno�t � \.h I �� :n�r� fr c ::���C�j�::d =�. �I�:: :�����:�n� :, �:. �:;. Been. chr.. Arnold Anderson. Alice Nooir Repertoire Ian: p"�II'lty. MillOn N..,1g . "In the Spring, a YouPg Man's Fl!ncy Often '. " ". Pr.....m. . . . .. . Divided 'n JI'I.. ,. "Spring would be "a ru:eary �aaon. professor's �5ense' of J�Ce is acted Nice, or th� boY!. to � that. don't you . Groups; Six 80101 Ltated AI1 Four·Forensic . . were there nothing el&e but sprl.ng upon. but lttUe response" � gt�. c� think so. Aida and Donna' " . Tearns Get Action would be a dreary seaaon were there you lmagtn� Mr. Hong asatgnJ.ng ahort- "It 111 aptinl, there la rom.a.oce · in no=�e �' re:-rt::·w::b.:;. · ' f nothlll8' .else but-" . er lessons. and' Mr. Hauge postponing th! air and . e�. or two lov1nc' be gtvm'at.- aD the 8cl1edUled conc:ertI. Meet U. �, Frosh Mt. Vernon An 80 far into the n1cht rtnga these an ex�me�t n physch� for 2 hearts to share"-and lure enough as The nwnbel'1l haft been 4Inded intO . I d Junior Colle e �nd &attle words throug� 'the ears bf our faculty, or 3.wee'lr:s. just tor the sake of spring? the dawn commences 'to ;au on ' clty flYe grou� .four at wtit.cb will be by Patin:College 1 ,,"__ ' Xa'.Yl "er cl In8" the and IO�. acro.a the tI\re:&holcl struts the cho,lr. and • 1natrumen� .b1ch '0. r as the time aUdes. on. their nerves 0r _Imas.....-·e DU. During 'the ' wt two w�ru all ",our and �;:'�or orpn ae1ee­ paUeD� are being ahat.tend. library 80 no re�erence work could be the nOochal�t, N� and his .:!� had ha� (If the P L. C. Debate_ teams . Sprlng.! !arldi what chahce does a teach- ean1ed on,-to MY no_ of Mr� choice -of ' sprlng-Holtcamp. �. The fo� numller. are Included.: � oP�ty to deba�. On Friday afternoon. March 15, the er have in sprln,. He can't get any H1ghby', weekly testa. What's the mat- meltlnr loots and tJ¥lIe heaved atgha If'I)lip one: '"Tbe. 8ph1t Al80 Helpeth P. L. C. men', negative team met .the rHPon5e, and the worlr: 'must continue. ter faculty. where's your bMrt? · a stcn ot � thrOt» in 'the afr. "9s." J. S:. Bacb; pwp. two:_ � alftrmatlve men'l team from BeatUe Oh why, oh why, must 'Prine. .be tt to SIlrlni to UDVeU 1eCre.t.s. We don't 1r:DO_ tor but we did ID&II Cradle � .18010, &\telyn 8".... A'Leave Pacl1lc Collet'!!. In a second debate fatal ? . last Ernle'a girl baa come to l1a:ht. See Lyell out 1Jtth Roberta too A:ld n . ) � 8cbumann ; .� . "�'. the nex, -.amtenoe II yours. And � , we 'd1sappointed? WeD, rll .what about Eldon aad uij.� '1 be- '8O :��: � � :,=�ao;;(� � � . v De P.'r}'e . Will you take the nat aentenoe. !ll.y we 'L&urIn not, and "hat a perfectly lleve the,., too, have been Ren around. ..� .� ' " . :::. ��: :duep. e yo 0f Be- pleuel ' �tI.ng oam� � ,!: Yre u: au: alin � � w�r aurely reta �m =��.: o� . . dOesn't It? wHuh.. w!lO me? Wine? I don·t. � blOO:�e dOn't �t :;, ,t:reYM =- do�" That tame even1Dc at the Unlven.tty 'W&I'dI: IfOUP tour; -rbe ylaloD at . a,s CO on. the fever Chriat..... �: "TMDk N..,. of Wa.shtnrton. Delbert BreM!lJWl and It rtrbt. now. O�. the aent.eDc:!:. � pu� thtn, It h&a been rumored .that a ¥ the d has t;een had. l es.v1c to ret and war... . Ho� � It �:. (8010: � lIIartlli) . lfor-­ John Van LeUY&D of the . P, L. C. al- a P,et'fod .after the �t word.-y outOnce �enbut i t ve o .N ftnnatlve, and Vern Knutlen . ancl tnOI'e tua �yee roam a1mleIIl 01' &Od "Hed.vtC: � campus. 'Well, .w keep up we do not \mow. but. the .wqian J'ollr. SODa; ."� , a Oood the the window t� mUCh beaten apr'iDJ tiIt . on.t eonceal thetIe thlnia. �ri encourqe t.Mmaelvs b,. ThIna," J. 0: KdWUdI: .aDd :<'bIIbID Oeorre Bm;kway ot. the qeptlie mpt � thouIbta will aIie?J . w . ' " th1ilk1n&' It can't CO. on lCftftr. and. COme on Home." (8010, AI'DaId ADdw,; patb to dreun. land_ two treeJunan t.eamII frOal , the unt- � ., ap1n reV1ved-"l"rl� . " conajder the sources It t� .lind am). Noble Gab1. II'OUP 1M: "LaI& III venJty 01' W� � t.ake"tt 1Jt� a am1le. . . At IlDUnt Vemon, 1bUl'1Cla7, ,M&reb � proteaeor ababa hia beK lad f In ��� WMn a � the Nlaht," ,(Bolo. PaIlIIM ....... 1be frO... are c:roa.IliDC: tbe inooa 11. Ctuistia.nseo : · "0 ' JIraiIe 1'. oaid." 21: Vern ltnutaeQ and ()e(:qe · Brock· rives up bopeleu!,.. Ia there &DY .;,0.. � ""!'U-. . tboucbtt . wa;� � oePuvei,; aP1nat. the ,cler that spring Ia 80 odIua to the·prota,. �hm the .. � tn.-tulL� ab.lilln, b.tgb;- the creeD oyerflow. � ; . and·"BeautIftd ........ .. 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S,)iritual "Shaking lJp" Tht! I A'lItl'lI Scnsol1 is herc, "'c ruuk furwurd ()lice murl: 10 thl' upproae!li)'� du�'!, when Wt� sh�1I COlllm�l1lt1rute juyfllH�·. t!ll� hastcr, Illl'S­ sage. I.ent IS a scaS\1Il (If sucrlru:c: ur nl)I)tlr­ tunily; of scr\·il·c. It is U linll.' in whil'h Wt' lIlust rclilir-c our pcrsunul rCs l:Hlllsihilities . Lire tiffers rlHIIlY scr.iolls uues. Most of us nrc \'uJ.{ucly .uwurc of respOIHlibilitics, Iml arc nul 'mcntnlly ull'rt t'nough tu ret.;of,(nizc Illt'ir seri· uusness. \yc Ilt'l'd u �u()(1 spirituul "shnkin�l III)," ItS il W('fl'. Lrlll Uffc"f!'i !'iud, Itll llPPOf­ hmity. TO(l 1ll1llly of us on' l\Iur.l!ms, hus\' ubout tlw affuirs (If this lift'. \\\' shuult!. as l\lllr\', nit'lli­ Inll' upun tht, Onl' Thin� :\('t'dful. tlllIl I lso I Iwcd the injunction of the Apostle to I)rcscnt uur bodies t.I li\'ing sucrifil'c. holy- ul'ccptubl<' unto (fod. which is our reasonable ser\·ke. Oprt e Ii I� ll��.�\\�:rl� i�n:���S�I��:. �/II���.. lf�)r�;!.I('�:�:�: helll, 1)('0('(', and snh·ution, Lent Shoidd Be Sem01 ' �-

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U , 'Hurlllully S�aklng" lsn·t O t West the to give "at'least ... dollar' at Ie'ut ' once A silh w.... heaved, .. raindrop fell .Iand all Parkland land of , the future? Such Is the gel!- i. year" to this c... uae?-AI&o. 1I'e lug­ knew about 'tt \'n wn mlnutes)-The trtck Qt' 'holdlng yO� eral col,}tentlon of Itudenl.&, ob&ervers. gest:. a 8etUement or reviv..1 of unpaid girl friend with JWlt a ' 'front'' alld a. few cents· In y(lur .thlnkers. Mld-weswm drouth and post- endowment pledge'l,-And how badl ' l)OCket Is IIOmethlng you can't learn from .. profesaor's depreaalqn -;dJusl�enl.&"cre hMwnlng ""e need a . Hb.:..n. 'b�lIdln"' And' theY ll'Cture, eh, wot?-Notlces should ,be kept out of the the advent of new ImmlgaUon Into our new dormitory for alria, If It were bulletin board ·50 thr glris can their reflecUons In Pacific �orthwellt. And we of the Luth- made a reality UlIA sum:mer, It ouaht, (hc glass �ore eMily-The rea.son why the atudenl.& eran C.hurch are illtosether too feebly It: would � of the are..test.. belp an� In� floc); around the office door when the Mporing M8§t equipped to make lh'e ChrlsUan Impact splratlon! Let us �Ive oUr Develop­ eomtl! out 1& because they ";ant to see the funny paper, that 15 nee<iN In this great emertellcy. mt"nt Protrram now. thuS ·thanklng Ood Don't be surp� If Eldon drowns ,In ilia pet ",ave one One school only we have, and 11.& fa; the P. L. C.' man'y of us hav.e 01 these mornings-H's .�d student who .. l't find ' facilities taxed by do an. enrollment of 288 come to love t his Initials carved. on IIOme c1�m table-The silence this year lour aU-time .hlghl·. 11.& work' And, In particular. let each IItudent. you hrAr when pa.&lling �h�ga office Is the buslneM. hampered by insufficient fund�, each gn;.du�te, each fo ner student..manager thinking of a tr� What to do? It 1& high time to re- a.&k hlmseJi or herw!f: nwhat 14' my . Alice and Mnlt; hav{' ��th�lr names, at leut­ \'Ive our developmeut pfOIram. ron- part In such revlv ..1? Aln I. an active P. L. C. "took" C. Py8, I�}:.e�trst lolf match-their ct'lved before tJ;le day of depresalon helper? Do I win frlendll and .IItudenl.&? e n f u is fears and abnormalities. and carefully Am I helping to pu!1 the w&ion, or do �= �'��r :�I�:e: l�!� l � '� =ed��� �::� worked 'out and unanimously approved I &Imply sit on the load, with my foot.. s d I tht" responsIble church organlz..tlons. m.yhf!l� on ,he ���n��:�:;)"�;e�:I����� :�!�t ��!::u� �I��! byThe O. A.. �<?EL8TA.D. P. L. i\. daM of 190(1' financed that MIM Umphll and Mr. Omega won't, mind If we re­ i architect -' . --. Altfl1l1&ch's campus . mind you that\thr SRga office Is waiting for your two survey In Charles ' 1929: Planll were approved, . buck.!! . ' , urgcnt Improvements m..de, campus Paul PrCUII says very little when he mlsseti a &Ix_Inch conllOlldation begun, and the first new " . · whe I he 'D���V;� !':W' ��- buUdlng ( the PresJdt!lt's re4ldence) Clarice Myrah tt ... .. ... .Ma.rch 10 :. �h��,'. 'h. �::���,':hP'"A', M �raM ....,..., ..... U'I: . d..... ..... or erected In . 1930. Then came the de- Martan Torresd...le ' ...J4a.rch·U ;�:�PhY Is so he can' be a profeMOr and walk on 'the ir:::� �� �:� I h :�. �:O:: ��I: �a� n .. .. : : �..! !!., :�::n ga.lned for the great Cause. Edn.. Tobluon ... ..... .....Mareh 14 It's g'{'ttlng to be a habit, this '';!,'earlng of glasses by .. ....,Mart:h·17 or are the rest- of us What do we ",..nt now? A budget Mart..nt ROrem . . the dormcfll-are your eyes mlsalng out on somethlna:?-Emle H..ugftl and L"is £Tans balanced In ca.sh. yea. The greatest Aida Johnaoo . ...Marcll 19 . ..... .Matdl23 Is the newest t",osome around lIChool, say noUl.in, of obstacle to 'thiS ls the nea:rJy unlveraal Robert. Sva:re :. . Hedvlg Dahle and MiltOn Nesvlg-,NO. Irene dHoT, ' the tt.'hdenc, to shove the respon&lbWtj Betty B)'are , :.Marcll)!M choir won't travcl at nlght--It·s an Iron singer who does over onto IIOmeone else. ' All strenath Herbert Norpard .. ......... ,Ma.r:ch 26 not W1.sh for a rest In the mJddle of the Bach number_ to thoee who work for the Inte111e1 nt PrederlCka BchJanbuach' ........ ..K&r ch2e acceptance and 6ho':'-idertna o� rtspOn' pain In the mlddll;' o( your Bach. �_It. were,' It's a luck)' thing for that our faculty doesn't t:each �:tY�n�I:�:W-to��:� ::e:.u� BANDWl0BE8 ' ��� t�: PI:!'e:��:::aI�� la W��08�U: ;' friends of the Cauae of ChrlatJan edu­ AD· ...... lee a e t d h�-:�er n I ·J.�k·. Crlddl. papers In his room�:�:t � ::.�,:: b;:� :� 911 Coau:Derce st. w. H..... ttr-e . . The glris Afe glad basketball season l s over because th� unlJUP.1.rIna: uample of the unwW­ == = they don't havc to pla� Rgalnst Edna Kelsey any .more · Inl and the linonnt. We must oon- J ::::=! (alMie!l! I-Mrs. Dapper's 8}'!I'l frolic the real stuff- tlnue to Ue to those who ..re oon- ' 1.�=== �= '1I0W wc know how the IIfIB can wlnle out of many{ ,truc�veIY minded, who want. �to do , . thlnp-:-We read where a chandeUer fell In an opera · somethln" , QUIIIty K" IHI"I Co.' house and klll"ed one tenor and four bcuaO&-we sure Specifically what? We aune&t: '.. f�1 sorry for that tenorLettw SW....... 0,., s,.c&.l" . renewal Of Development. 'Alliodation on. llc ahouldn't every con -... 4p3 1 1th St.; T:8COrT'I', Wnh.' · �y I would make a pet out of that wolf ..t. your door, Arnie... IIO �t&U h I and sell I t for a police dOl--or' butcher it.. I am ,olnr rtnn d m m r o �� o ��.�� to do-You know, we didn't know that Ernie's (lrl had ..��� �� r� "' : ' � Ol>W< � �= _� "�!�=���� a brldre 'unUI her mouth bepn to. water (Hal HaU­ � ��� Ira cuatomary to - use red pencll ' to point out the I»cl thlnp In papers-wonclet, hOw it wo� feel to get. , our papers baCk with blue pencil mar�' P9lDUng · out. the ROOd. th1np?-.Hel-b Norprd has been �" happy or J.at.e.t.hat ·he lre­ q�Uy bre&b Into 'IIOnl'-lf he could aing on pitch, U­ WOUldn't tN! necesaarY to break Into I�Alda ,JOhnaOn all that'y.ou, have saved and received a letter from· her boyfrtend wiUl two X'. at }be bottom�e- thought It meant' that he "'''' double­ .

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The game held between 'the Dorm and· are very promls1�II, u several'o; last IriID .. ... .........._.1 ys SO. at It·. tooth and. nail, �� you �d co�e..out to Wllteh th� fur .fly. bo the' Day (lrll. · The ram.e resulted In year's. SQuad are re�umlnl, namely, City SlIcil:f'tS . . ......................0 of 5· In fa of the y ?-" .:���:=�' h��;�:�s:;��:. . �o"�ne wo.&d.ban·._� the ,.;. :U� 2 8 . � . . �ht'd.k few RemalDdu- of Weeir. . ' . �d wur ",e th, """"" ,..." I.,., Wt'dnesday, lAarch 2'J-C1ty 6l1ckers Glad Golfers Wm, . ..., <if ..... ........ ,,\ ,"\,._" . Night OWIi. Dapper. Announces' . :-=�:t:�i!:':o e:IYJ;:::ae:� .-!: .::;';� :; Thursday. March 2'O-Hayseeds :Matches C.PS. Lose . . - can" .., ./ Manou.sos and Olueo. wb,. --,. All-Sta ' City Slicker&. " IboUdn� .ud. ,�, '" bc!&nIs. . �4 0n .' Loca . r H�. p Team . The to'umament lI ·qot �U1ng Friday. March 29-Irbh vs p� K:s Ta ke Logge� I aDd co oa. · a banII� trip. In rut .u espec:� because ' or: the . I.betr � lbey. lII1rbt .nm . High .,J{eturn Cou .sch091 · Girts Place Three Inclement weather. GOod weather will Dro.P ne� 'in Thf' f'nd of the first week of play r .... - � tor the Hl b on Honor 'Tea� Second speed.../,ijl the 'matchet and rive the' the men's Intramural aottbLU lee.giJe ' . Match 20·7 �ear Normals Two SehooL . raqueteers a cha.nce·to praCUoe for the , . . fOUnd-Lar&on:&-.!!H&�""";'-=: '. . . first matc�. which will be: played in . . - 6. �. J . ' . sesSIon of first pla.ee by ���oa.un,-ott-tO-an-e&r"I"-� The =d . �u team got otrUrll . Dappel:, �thle�c c:oac� the mlddle. 0f-4prlL. · .....Ins and no defeata. L: C. gaU team broke even In two a decisive victory.over the snno�ced an all·starnbute.tballe �am. - The ' lqsh"s of the firSt round will .---Although hamPe-ted' by adverse matches v..1th C. P. 6.. wtnnlng the s�rt.P. with th � oppo&e each other .In the consolatiOn ' S. Loa:rers . ln·�e rlrst match or .lI'hl�h hu been . chOn Olle �rom weathf'r conditiON which rM.cte .error- Urst. �t.est � to .. and dropping the C. class teama . �. h.onor te�. night. season. but. Pdes... or �t yt;ar. I.ous high . . the 1t'M ball playing ImpoMible. the teams. hoel hu three ?Pre&ent.a- )'he matchf's date and results are they took an awful beatln&: lut .P'r1.day the nevertheless,' played. off their sched- �d 7 to 20. played ' In the rain When ' ye� nOf!1\&l, two: as follows: theISCsecond tlv : .! !' '6: �. Loners C. the met on they match. first he T uled games. the and t year normal. one. fll'l'I dIg· divot home co.urse. The Lutheran Myhre. defending champion. and Probabiy the principle factor In the on t.bf' Park.1and course, Man::h 14, saw gers : the following h T � team. COlUlt9!' . first. drew bye In the first again m�t the Loners nf'xt P'rI. Forwards: success of th.e Parkland .team. �nd the the Gladiator goUers In b;ett.er tonn Joan ManoUS08, second seeded round, Pilul LarSon deteatetl OUlllan. downfall ot some of the other clubs than at .any time in the put two yea.n. day. Man:h· 29. S. S. year normal: EllU.beth Btuen, high Eldon Anderson beat Bolltad, �U took h bee h e s lack o t:m. ��n ;:: .. �J":; fleldl:; Buigoyne . low for the Lutherans . Sprinr "aLhJetb·have .taried .-lib school. 10erry Pflueger Johansen downed nlce 73, Anderson or C. P. S. ba.nr: With Pbyslcal Ed. c�Us ,lven nO.C.ent.er: "9"alborg Norby. second year Stuen Lipps won by default from tt'am stacked up arawt the slug wlth · n zen took Pl-eus, OlaMO allO glng of the other... teams. At present It also carded a 73: t.er: -JUdY Benson. flrat year Bondy .Knut : no::\en :f !:!t:: nl�!' � �'t �r:: y th .::ln o se a nal. . . n afternoons are we on �;:: m�: �tt : :!�.�=���-:=� � lh_ do 10 :�� : ��� � ' co::. ed e e ��:e��� ;h:!n !':e �::o:u,er C :c b=o::,�lgh \"Ik by default. . SC��� deteat.ed . O'Con�er' �ohnson. teams �In to click the race Is ·ex. on the Lutherans with a 20 tD 7 'victory rotn, to ban Iwe hope). e �; t�g:honorable and Larsen �t er Ivan S. S. P'\5.h pect.ed to develop into a nip and tuck f'rIday. March 22. Staples of C. P. 6. i mentlor Those receivin strunle 'lI'lth Indications that no team carded ciassy 75 to l� both teams. .In the first week·s. pia'y the Softball ' WE're: Eleanor Hauke, Vlrgtnla o&vts, Stricken 11.'111 be o�tclassed. · Leagu� � to otter more thrUis Alice Doe, Enid Hutson, Hazel Hager. JOanna Manousos The lineuP5 : (4) C. P. S. and keener rivalrY than ever before. up. T1ieima Ness, and Rhoda HokenIn yesterdRY"s . game. the Night Owls P. L. c. (2.0) .MIs5 J�na -ManoU5e$,.aecond year broke Into th� ,,'In column. taking the. Preus .. ...... .........1% Anderson . ..... 1", With five �nlY matched teams play- stad. 0rma,l student nere. II confined to the Irish. 9-7. . Y.t Ing (our �es a week. the schedule M"cCormlck .. . 2� Sherman .- J?oTacoma. ' B . General 'Hospltal where she 15 Because or the choir trip no games Htnderlle ..........3 Richardson .. ..0 "'Ill be t\��Interestln& ever at· Rev. Andrew ' ' urgess receivin( medical t.�atment for .&p'pen· Rrf' :ocheduled .tor next 1I.'�k: but scrub stuen ...... .....3 Johnson . . rB�ged.. tor\the s'fdents. : dlcltls. Because of the serlOlW1eu �t i!:l:nf'S will be played on' Tuesday and Lehmann . Staples .1 / \ S� . 6 Shows Motion Pictures condtUOll . she w1U .be Wlabl"e to . Thursday. Burgoyne ...3 Fewell .....0 ' Rev': Andrew Bura:ess. a mls510nary her S' bml an operatl9n 'for several days. to � su Thompson ... ....3 Ha&s .. . ............0 baY:-:;p�e�:u= :!:e:-:;f y::� ooring Mast staIr, on �I! of Dahl . . _._2 Johnson ... . ... 1 WnnJa COIlJU .tnce the.. ' oarnament trom South Africa. present.ed a motion The M Resalls of First Week'. PIa,. tudent body, Wish�8 her a sP.et'dy ::; c College 'evenmg the in Monday picture boy. Ha.yseeds 8. P. 1: batt.eriea-8tu. P. L. . (7) bt'dClle polted.: Now the {oo) C. P. S r. l g x '_ t �:"�g� OIBMO; Johansen, Strand, and =:��lCk . .:� ��;:= . '::::i ' �bhr:te=�!t.to build a roof onr tbe �::: lr°i �::���.��.:�� A��C:. ::� ___ ...: B\uriess ' ls a .lecture!' and author of'l t------..,-t Irish 4. City SlIckf'rs 2: batteries; Hlnderlle . ........ 0 Gustarson ......:3 ' 1 note. hl.s mOSt prominent book belna ' OIlUlan and O'Conner: Jack and Orel· Stuen . .. .. .. 1� Johnson lln.d . Clrag. 'Lehmann . .. . . .0 Staples .. .. ...3 7 F3eUIty Takes ,p. rep' "Zanahary In South A!rl�." He Is at ShellPark, belbls. CHoli.ne _.nd Oil and .. 3 d . e Ceneral Auto Repain . ·· . . .. h� As::=�������: �d�'::. �U::= n :..�� :�:�so�· ·· .·: :: % �r::; O�t. :��tr:� ��;:i: Supe'rs in Benefit , . C. Peterson, �rop. . plctureIJ and lectures. P. K..·s 9, IrI&h 0: b&tterles: Johansen Dahl .. .... . .......1 Richardson ......2 A G 3 and. Nesvig: OUillan and Moe. o'Con. Larson . . ... . 0 Haas . ................3 Dorm Boys Swamp . Day Stu· tI '''''''''''·''·''''''''·''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' 7.�:5==P.:,k:.I,:d.:W."'.� /ij =.:=81:: � = = = = � � � = I:: = r= ner · dents. 37·24 in Other Ti1� , Member Rev. Nordgren Is Guest United Partt,. 8tore:a. The Bug Dtsp\a:ytna: plenty of power and grin.!,. i.' guest speaker " the chapel exer· As D hi Cr::ry Co. I a SHORTS Corree,' ctrareUee. IIaaltt.rpn clses on Monday. Manh 18, Rev. 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Tacoma Leagues To Hav� I Paulin e Watts Is , Dr� Ti�g�18Ia" �oDfined "Choir of weSt" Daniels to' . Sunrise Services Here Chose'. ilAs Lead m , Followmg SerlOu�'A�ack I Thelma ' · , ' ' . Ret Under the .dl�tlon of � Tt;elm� . ' ' Igo Ove'r. Annu'aI ' F'o1l0Wlng �' strenuous wed:. In W�ICh Re . urn. s .From . Kr�abel b.Opera .. e a ndf!d-two �uClltlor\$1 eonclllvt! . Ptesl�ent, the Tacoma Luttu'r . Drama. Clu . ' ful , tJft� annual I� Spot,ane f,"?� TUesday �o 'I'h� ay. . May' ' Day Feg.t·IVaI J,.e�es will �n'sor their Success .Tour Sunrise -' servlce at 6;30 on EWer Bun- M. Monson. Martm. S are. Ena- Rnd preach� thue t1mesltut SunIJ ay, . . �

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· day 'morning CM:t th� CoUegr Campl¥" St' ThO�PS0p'.'Ha e Singing agAlrut hls dOctors ordere, Pi-'esldent ". : Attendants . -CtlOMn .From Group Well, Rec:en'ed By Lar.ge A Pl"O!tTMl including ta.1U; vocal and ",-·RQles: Retd... to Dm�d . O. A. Tlngetstad bKame very III on ,SIX Audiences; C�8perO�s. Dises ;. Delta Rho ' Gammu In.'Itrumental music. and -sonp by the ' Morii:tay. The attack "'hlch began Clas . Sponsoring A.nalr;. With · redor, Drn'er, Gin Trinlt.y CMlr of ParitIand, haa �n with · ton.'l l lltb aflt'C� the bronch1a1 . With Paullne Watu playing th� tu�!! and almost resultf'd in pneuImpressions Hutso.n In Cha� aTTangtd. F'ollowtng the prognin. b�tist Il!'adlnlf .role. the cast for the operetta monla. . � ."!,�.;:: 87_ Ellen IJerpCrom �i:h�e wllf � �rw:d tn th� college dlnlng "Mba Cherr�bl�Il!" .ha.s �n an-. 'Dr: ' Ttngtllltad ",IIi' � conllnf'd �o .���:n r::. l: :r:!l't;� �cl,::�a;=�: d::'C; �::!. I �;! r::��;:: ::e:. nounced by a group' of Judge3 COI1.'Ilst.- bed for' the rest .Of the "'·ed:. but he. slde 'u �n siCond ann ual " over the qu In � h I� �h Ing or MIM Sal!fn . or the ifrkland .=: t�ex� ::� a�:�::; �ll� May tel:tlval to be. hekJ ·M., f1ra* on Lutheran College's. famed "Choir ot the . M th coll camP e The un-· s i . altair and West" successfully corrlpleted a' nine Q5.' r-g e lion. urfed ·BOe.rd Clifford fl g�e lU ng· ri .r · !!Chool, J.. o �U l t. Mond y. the ' ' Announces of. the· �1ta. Rho day tour which took therp.lnto· South- .Hauge ·Rev. Svau. Miss Watts, �rano: wUl him to. tate vlLCation . untU the' lint d�r t�e spopsorahlp gi w play part the of. Miss C?hembloS- ' of Mo.�. . n ( ' er Sessio . o�� ;:��n and Amy Gilbert. :::�I�? U::::�� the . Suinm :t: !10m ard Kotemo. a comedy pa,rt, wlll . . wen chosen as thi other, repreaent8.collese group under the <Um:tlon. or T Be June 10 gin o ' be' taken : by 'Ronald M.ar1in· . Ot�en of '!hi- graduating elM!, aa the Pro�. J. O. Edwlln:ls In It.! concert., in . � . . _ Board ·Of . t�ves ' ._ . . maid of 'honor and at�ndant, �. � . , , in the cas� are Togo. Japanese poll- College the varlotur cities. Much tlndnesli and Tenth nnual Session e ill tI�ly. The other at�ndants Mar.v H . ;&' a5eJI: A a. W l tlc an of high rant, �ten Ell h05P�t.allty W!l.S shown choir membe .J.rustf�es Accepts garet ti-aft trom the 8oI>homore Norby the LutherlUl CongrepUoru. In . Two Quarters; Second J�lca Vanderpool. Mildred Monson: \. -. Hu the numerous cUle!! m.eals wen served .Session Starts Ju ly 1 7 John Henry Smith. Bob 8vare.: Henry �eck's' Resignation · :::.m��l.Mc'� 'A_ ...7reahm ,�, M'''' n, _ .... ........ ·M·o� ,-.. ...� ��.. ' by the ""omen'� organizations of the . " 'fIlan Liberal Afu Clus: and Vlritnla u of the su,mmer Foster Jones, Emmet.. �o.m�n: .Hor. church. and lodging pro�ded In · the Announcemen and Pa Worthlng !1e n. ce Armstrong 1 &;:hoo . High Davis. Attend Asked . To Tlftgelstad l partment. � 'Ul homes. school dates lor ' the 1935 session n. n I Two ConeJa\'es . Su-:nmer; I The .mllJn feature ot the day will be You�.g, Oary Pflueger. On the tint evening ot the tour. the \'eal that the tint term will be from James operett the crownln� of lh� Ma� �een. A Larso n Gets Vacation a: which wOl be dlre<:ted choir 58l1. to a large audience in Aber- June 10 to July I�. and the: ·.secondis byThe . program has been arranged unde,r the Reid. drama elub adviser. will deen. �v. T. T. Ove's charge. Here, term from July 11 to August 23. Th be Keith qu o the At meeting the rly of Mrs. papper And will In· dlrect . p a.t'tA! gymnasium the In. college ted n r-e::w and IleWon. anhual tenth thf' be \\'111 In other. town.!!, many alumni, and . 24. Ell,tn Bert-I BoI\n:l Qf Tru!!t'e� 01 Pacific Luther&.ll elUde...laonMay POle t;lance, Scarf Dance, e�ght o'clock on May former student.! of P. L. C. attended the teacher!! will be chosen from the satrom. Thelma . Daniels. and Eidon College at the home of Dr. Tlngelstad, Toe Dance . �d a "�m Gate." There regular !!tatr. The bulleUn annoupc- � the concert. f the speaking d�t Will y an� rson. . 'Sunday. the cholr ga\'e thr� con- Ing the summer' session h&s been·pub. �� fhe resignation ot Prof, Alvar J. Beck :�I � :.�m�� o;n � arge o . head of the hbtory department at c a Ct'rts,. the first at Chlnook, �v. Paul It.o;hed and gives. InfortrulUon concern. I ' er Qua:te,'' ::'" Fcx\.�J's · charge after which 'a dinner ,�n,�.. , ! � ne �U3,5 ..suhm.m . 10' " is Th u�to:! ���:c: : �:,.�!OO::� P. L. C. "'as a�pted, te. take effe-ct ��:::';�� �:;'rCn�=: ::: u "ld Mond, y Ju e' 'u ot lamom "Chinook Salmon" &:hlanbu!!Ch. chairman. Vltrfnja 'h -nd term will I .... who WM. born In Japan. August 0 1. 1935. Prof. Beck. now on Icka on roi served. To th06e who had never vlew- R�'t-" . .._. leave of ablen!':e, L, studying Ilt the Davis, thEIl.u.beth Dahl. Virginia .Han1I!I. yet ve..�.. young hl!r M , Ie sh cd the great Pa.eUlc Ocean 'given . h',ld July 16. __ ,,-a U o � as up br Is ught. e� and she �Ie . .semesrr f tUltl per n o A $4,00 of Washington of . . group comopportunity. this whenat. the ph!l.f'd the.1r oonrert,. W��=, 8=1�:: '"= nllVaCO. credit hour 1.$ required ot all pe� Ja rile matdin.. and her father's see· The It'ave of at..e� of Paul PreUllj �= Johnson, EuIa Mae hOt!. Ruth �yen: h n u e r el g d 1 o n e a h p�: � 7� ��� �f, t: ��: �� �;�:::O :kn�w� �� : : :�v:UIA:�� ::I�:: �:� :�=�::�:!,F1!:ec=r::�: so��� ��� �:��tcC:��:�:; �::�:g term. IIbr .ary fee of 12.00 will be Cherrybl�m Is about · elghteen. n ....ell .. received by fln audience or about chnrged at time of registratlO(l. Worthington (the secretary) returils to .ager. was granted a vacation to begin tla. Miller: Bootm. EVelyn M,cCUhough, 1000 people. Through the courtesy of Chatrmfl� Laura · Hauge, Ounhlld lArch h n e n e :�r :e�et-\::n: t�e t�ee��o:o::�� Of�� S\:���·.:��n���uV:�Cs ���� ��:�c:� f�!�n::. �n:�� �e��:o:� � �:: �:;::: 'voted to participate ;en�IU��I��al:�nn:, �!�nd�:�, V':::. will be Henry Smith, falls In love with Cherry In th'e Second Lutheran Educa.tio'1ai Nolan:. N'ovei Nagel; Clean-up, ' Oert he port plef!l and the huge monument. the nwnber of courses avaUable . nd I . . �\�� �:�:�d:' ���':g ��e�.���e:�d:;�a�; :U�IC:IS:�I:I:�.rry�:r.��:so�Ot�� seminar to be held th� 511mmer at the trude Brunne�. chairman. Elizabeth �::::��I:: n\V�I;y o� .� � � J\tCk'SI effort to unlv�rslty of Minnesota at which Dr FrIis. Ida Thom� Jean a1"ound cenlers piece Enillsh, Education, Economics, be wI\] \' . OB!I C t. Monday e enlng the choir sang Pine Art.<;. Health Education HJstory. outwit Togo find Kokemo. Even�ually Tingellllad Those who have been chosen to tate . urged to represent. P at Warrcn, Rev, A. Pierce's charge. Librar SCience. Mathematics. Modem Cherry learns her tru� identity. comes . L. part In the dances are : Bca.r1' C. A similar was' held In 1933 D y Blnging over KOIN the Journal, In Vlrancc: .Helen LIljA. Enid Hutaon, Into her ' own proprrty. and marrle!l at Chicago. at whione ch Dean RBup 11''' glnlA J,kIe Portland. pro\'ed to be a re� thrill to Languages. Music. Phl108Ophy. and Scl- Jack. n. Thelma Ness, Rhoda 'Hota rem:esentaUve. Dr. TlngelIItad. � enstad, the choir. wh� message WILS heard and Anne ;'ohruoo; Dream plU'Ucipate Mk ed also to In the 10th by thousands of radio Ibtenen. With te, Rabbit. Eula Mae. Ooff: Canter- "': . Anniversary of Augustana CoIlei!:e at Gl\ Rev. O. K. Dav1d5on's charge as bOl'iu. Trinity Choir To Give Mrs. Amanda budy Bell!!, AIda Johnson: J"';e WII. ' XaVJer R�k . Ialand. III., June 2·11. the choir sang in the Bethlehem Luth IIams. VirginIA Bol-n: OeneUan�, Helboard also gave .Dean Hauge LilJa:' Poppies, Marie JohnaOn, NevA eran chureh. In Gresham, Rev. A. G� Concer t S unday Eveil ing DIes Here, .Marc·h 27 The t n I c a e n D �:. r�. �:�'s �����re:; :;'! The Trinity Lutheran Church �holr Funeral Services For rofessor's ;:r ��Z;:I�iC:��� ��:�:�� ���t �::�� i!:.. ��:;o:; m n to n I t ad � other eld n n r · · i i i H �: ��Iv:��n�:::�� :u� :: to ;:�� �:�d�� :�::�/:� : :��:t� � l\l :r' ty ;:��� L. p=. ;::e:� ot the ��ceit�:!� ':t:=:,::��, 0:: . Church March 30 Include the beautiful Silver Creek Fal� After . the chapel. The program will Pacllic O�trlct of the Norwegian Luth- JohnSon, Neva Ol&on. Evelyn "Syverthe concert In the Immanuel LutheNUl l ·sol05 by Mn. P. E. Hauge. Mrs Ross . M A d �r he f Pro eran Church of America, reported fav· Mil Pauline Wat� Mae Goff Church, Rev. J. M. Jensen's chal'g1!' · Boynton. and Mrs. C. 0. o�n: num: fes.�;· J.m�� �av�/ �� ::.y o� orable progreSIJ In a flnandal cam- EII�e Benso�, Irene' Odell: lone Mad: the Male Chorus gave a reception for 1 bers by the Faculty Ladles Quartet, March 27. at her home In Parkland. palgn being conduc� by his commlt- son Rhoda H.okenstad. Ttielmr. Ness. , and anthe�5 by the choir. according to Waihlngton. Funeral se�lc�s were tee tor I.he Pacific Olltrlct approprla- Huel Hagerup, Mabel .Henen: Jane' tlle choir In the church parlors. At u> e :�� during llffOid 0: Olson. dlrector of the hild Ill' the Trln. lty Ch�h, Bat�rdi.y lion to P. � C. . ' W]JJla�� Helen UIJa, . �:;:;. �. =�� . . afternoon, March 30, wUh �v. T. O. . . . . . om,'atlng. D<. O. A. T1ng,,,,tad Commg.� Easter" Brtng. ' ."" o J ' Rem,nUlc(mce. n h Cadet Teachers Face Many Problems. , Egg Hunting . ;::..� .n� J��:�a':,"'��..':.�= Of Days of Rizbbus and , While Applying for Teaching Rosit,ons d.nt 0' tho "ud,nt body. at..nd.. .. 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' f7 and mb&lonary among' the l&ppa at . PutLlng aside all Rr1ouaneeI , �t's My, what. torture thOR NOI'Dlil stusqUint ba.cJr:: OYer the dan when "Hlp LYtlI'en, &nd _lao superlnl,end'ent. of a dents must go t.hroush as their is Hop" R.&bblt made h1a annual tz1pI stopped out in front of the house' in home tor old people at the aame place: .; bla bubt which they are to mUe their first to our house. leavq In _11m, the tam11, emigrated to � full of ens. Who of Us hann't �application, They must loot theft country, when Mr. XaVier began . the encid that thrIU of ret� up Euter nnest, and 10 In all their splendor study of tbeolOlY. Itnt In concordia momin, With a IUI'lJriM by pDthey step out, shoulders erect and beIw! Seminary, 8t. LOuD. and �later at. 10Wl. but haTe JO:U enr � . to... back, ready to face tbe mU&lc. Cold ' Spi\nifleld 8e1J11n.ary; Sprinl'fldd: realize _he' the dumb bunDy ... who chUlL queer teellnp, ,but the)'.:mUit Ohio, from which InatIbJUorl he pl&ced them theft? what Joy, oftr not lose co'uraa'e-it may a Job; l'f'IId ua1e d : In Il1tl. " and. after all they have' �t t.bii'e . of came UI u the d4J IUpped b7 aDd we After � oo:ncrePUOna 10 var� . . IOUl wOUld be � � Pktw'eI aDd whole JH.ra at' 8Cbool preparinc for w1U tlnd towna in ldlimeeot&, and in .Iowa. thlI, the fUllUy. mored to·� in 1804. )'OW' bopea w1U be � DO under carpett tor mcln � Of . . can't You Just John V� LeImID' lr:DOWtbI" tuD weU wha� bis is. where BeY. Xa't'ier " ierTed .unW , � Euter till for U:da �. We bope cour.e DOW · that we Imow' Ii .. fruI� shlft:fiDl' ln hla � wben be stepe ten. � to Into the bouM 'Wb1l! d� In ':11,. � ber,� hUlbaDd'a We're notMIrinI' up �1 1tCI'et.., bQt it Ieu '� 1ook � ega ' bebiD4 .. .� . ,---0- , upon UM: tron�_porch knocIdnI' at t.be I!he crJls her. h� who c:om- in death lin. 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'nlt" l'lllH inl-( uf sj)rinJ.: hilS bruught activity hi Padfit' I.utherun CnllcJ.:l'. Esp(', ..' iully Olir l'UIII(HIS. whid.1 hilS IK'l'TI lurn up fur so 1()lIg� is CIIU'C ul-(uin IIt" luiring its uld tillll' urdcrly lonk hut il hus Ih. udd.d !iruco uud d",p" "f u ",011pll.lllnc.d pond with its surruunding rockt'ry uml shrubs. . Fellow studenls ! W(' ull rculiz(' Ihl' illl. JlroYclIIl'1I1 unt! touch of l:.entlty Ihul this lund· sUJlin� hus donc to ()ur t'OIll IHIS. Now is u l-(uIH.1 tillle lu think 9f takinJ.: further stt'PS i l l ('UmTHls impro\'(·lIll'lIt. \\'t. must udlllil ' tlUlI our lellnis (,Ollrts urc un l'\·.cSUI"l'. En'rv \'('llr ' it hus 1)cc1I cuslumary h. leav(' 11\(' w;)rk u( ('ulting wef.'ds. rt'-markinl-!, and gellcral recolIditiuning of till' ell.urls for Campus <luy. The work: thut is lIt�cessary lu improvc il prupcrly l'IUlllut .1)(' dUlic ill tllle day's lilli('. It should he storted as SlH)JI us possihll" su Ihut W(' ull IIIU�' ('njoy Ihl' plcasure UI an improved murt 'i_ '·U __ .,;_ )OIl liS. u_ _ u_ is_ I)('furt, SUtlll1l;� _ U I_

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and RONNIE were mistaken for twins . . . they look that r Uch Rllkt'-A lJul In one of those "c1t1ea" in l Oregon' lave ORV SCHLAMBUSCH the glad-eye, and Ihf poor guy i!t still IIpt1y,-FAIRY TALE: Once upon B' ume the basses started "Lost In the 'Nlght" wjthout g n d l �� :�� �!::�::;::�: t�=e���tn::tn;:� other most. of the tlme-Besidu; slngin" .\TRRN KNOT ZEN Cdl In debt 13 cents . , . wonder when. he will pay It?--QUERY : If Thelma and ' Roland weren't ulInltln&' t h e . : :h��;:� � :el!�e �� U grown toe nail•. �ause It's gout. pure and alJnple--BUCKY and EV,ELYN started and ended the trip Intact. 'C aUII can't .see how Ellen Berptroin thank )'Ou-lUld .... can poglbly eat so much_"Oust 'Em" Bert Myhre Ia nickels and nickels ahead of the maC;hlne. ace '. . 50 1a another guy we knOIlo'-Ev�t. since lIER& NOROAARD was mentioned as the boy with the cheery lauCh, he baa been hOwling like a lunatic around school-Early to·bed and ea.rly to rise, and you avoid e:ir:plaltiing wherefores 3nd wbys. CYLl?E and OSTEN-Because a girl In the a.udlence devoured h.IJil w1t.h smouldering orbs, ARNIE ANDERSON'S profundo poco poco (etC.) voice . turned to a honeyed coo. �nd all Longview sJghed":"'I! we ever look another en}d the face, we wUl have to be, pretty hardboiled-Now [ that · more la\\'O baa been �wed, It won't be lone berort! ttte profesSors wUl have more pui to walk on-We won't say a word about HJ!:LEN' HOLT­ CAM!, and JOHN STUEN, bl�sa their -tiea.rtat-What would the typing room be without AGNES and - GUN­ HILD? , We . still a typing room, probably stUI hate the onM who lnaisted· on telUng what there hoeta red ' them, juat .when the bus waa rounding a curve -:-All together the choir wID dOC: "aleep 'twould be a "'eary pastime were there nOthlng . else but aleep"By the way. we Ilked the way'- ERNIE JOHNSON pull­ ed � telepbooe gag In. .clau;-ELIZABETII FRits h&a !oat her voice agaJri". . . toR51UUs, or did an unprepared £nai1ah leI!IOn. cause In'::'HEOOEM and' f!TRAND make a cute couple In anybody'a [ront yard­ Maybe 50, but we don't believe It'. tennll that In­ spires �rtaIn PeoPle to ret. up at four-thirty-We hear that "Happl-Nesa" baa found' a btner and better Bob­ BercUot and Anne 1mow a bit about Roy tWaahlnrton)-Wh'y, you blC baaht'UJ. � M&rtin, ru introduce you to Melba if you>re so anxious-

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,TIle ex�school lma'n;n " or the rrad� The Pilant. "aU collett! minto'" He� uatlnlJ elus? ¥6.' &lie'. taklnr normal, ut· a heut l!maaher no� onl, a� home, b -bu� ahe haa !tAd tlu "tllnlJ:' at. teMh- also "abl'Oad:� (It �" told to UI, ....e . Ing_.nd evklenUy ' liked It. �auae only heard)', M ·for'.tnrlnr. he reach­ she's back !fJr mOrt!, 8:'ie h'aa • twin .es third b8Ml Without the leut trouble, sister' whC? ' la a perfect carbon OOpy of and how It thrtlll ua all when h� her, both . . or them' hav;l.nc lOIle to 'n!/I,chea th.t lowttt bul noQ,.....anc! 'can · school here two .,9· F'altht'U! he take t.hem? His talent hal not been Is she as a member of the L. D. R. and �ted, 'however, ... ht 'baa . been a the Mission Society. �ker home town, 'member of the choir tor' two ye....,. and Is Kent. WlUhlrlJtOR. and although abe abo a member of that famoua "acoovJe'! , spends her ;Nt:ekdaya I� 'the docm, .her quart.et th1a )tH.r. 'Be�C Int.e.rested In werk.�nds are s�nt at home., She'. aeronautiCs, we tlnd him up ' ln the a P:trfecl "cut.. for II. �acber and 9o'e'rt!' air-much ado about �hopln&' �ltre ahe enJo)'s her 9o'0rk, lA!t's meet some d�, .to be • laaioUl" pUOt. Who her! kno9o'a 9o'�t his hitur. mlI:ht .br.\� , ' Mert hlml

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give to live ovrr. thOl!e �.}'8 onee �,! . 'THE CROSS �And our annual tott,r In seareh of . I.r1ll1um Beneath the Cf'QU oJ Je.ua · . (hOSt' UJ·fragrant Oo....era. . ould talie .mY stand. mor(o commonly(known as , the Eaate� I fam w Lily. Th('4e Jaunts through the dense The .ehado9o' or a �hty rock forests are 1I0t fl thing of the put. for Within a ....eary )arid ; but n f�w day� ago a group went .out A bome 9o'lthh� the 1V11derneu, A ren upon the· ....ay In s�"Ch or the lilies and returned with nol only a very. very ' fc'W-but �m the ' bUl!'lng' of the noon-tide a f a v . ln ��l=:be ��y �:�'t ;:w .:�' =g �� A:: �he buNien �f the day. what )·ou. will about your bunnies and IIUes, but Easter stili wasn't Easter What a strange myatery Is the u,n!t'M we were permitted to sprlng- out of Chr1st! �n a new, white bonnet, If It rained. In It. the lnatrument of '&.he moat Ilnd "-e were compelled to wear our old excructatlng tm-tu're ever dev1aed by winter duds. ·e\·en a dOlen rabblt.a man. �mea 'the lIOurce of poe.test couldn't console us. So weekS berore Joy and ' peace! . While mother was cutting and fitting In It, the execut.lOll or dlv1n� JusUce, . our dre�. we would be sending up become.a the aource of mercy and ror. prayrrs that It mlgbt sunshine on gt.viness ! . Ens.ter SUnday. it. the Instrument of death, be. Now.that we are growing up--at least comes .the source 01 life I �lIpposedlY so-<Iur chUdhoocl Easter In It, the conaunUn.aUon 01 all the days are over, and naught Is lett but scorn and hate of men aiu1 devils be­ lI'a� remlnlM:enceJ: EMter b to our comes the 'aource 01 1nIlnlt.e loveI marc maturt! mJnda a day when 'o.ur · In It, the' pt!l'8Onlflcationa .01 human vlslo� afe revlewlnr the day. of the weakness, becomes u1� source of enresurrt(tion of our 8a.vlor- Jeaus durtng 1It.rtn.th and coura,aet , Christ. In It. the · acme of l�om1ny and ' . shame, beeomea the aouree 01 mall . , a only glory and pride I

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Due to Dr. nngelstad'. Ul,ne.aa; th.I! , column waa \wrltten by Pro�. J. P. March !9 P!.lueger tbla iuue-Edlt.Ol', ' Rolf PJoe1U ...... ., ................Aprtl 5 " .A.priI 10 The reason man,Y merely ex!at Ia be- . Loable Ja.cbon .. God's william Pfla�er , �prll 10 ca.use they 'have not recocnlRd .

Ra'y HinderlJe . .... .... . .... ...... Mt.reb Z8 .

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Charlotte Gou.cbalk

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Sp.eaUt Pep

Club Meeting Tuesday

Mr, Ketti) Rdd. commercial lna.t.ruc­ tor, w111 &ddreas the Pep Club, Tues­ day evening, A'prU .18, at 8:30 In the recepUon room, apealtlna' on "Etlquette" and "What a Man LUte. In a, Girt" ' IN Evana and M&rpret Craft w1l1 alng • group Of .ones, accompan1ed by· Rhoda. Hoktnatad, Rdreahmenta wUl be !lerved after the meeting by Hazel Hagerup, Eleanor ' Hauke, Inne Odell, and PauUne Kuhn.

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HAROLD i-IOEL Representing

L U THEltAN BROTHERHOOD

,t.bere seem. to be oae name after &DOt.ber-And the:n!'. gr�t m�.:m,­ lain. wllich the Indians called Talioma, thai . noth1nc ,ra.ucb elio to talk about, DOw tbSt It:. a;prIq, . HERMAN L . EKERN. P r..ldent . is peculiarly fillin" to its intimacy with Pa- . &lid we have • COId-TbeIM: ao, aDd.Girt qun. aria &1"'" .&ate. bUt DOt &1;;'" � , ' :, " If &117. of tbeIe � COD­ . 608 Second Avo. So. The view of �e cific Lutheranl ,f'.ole�. l necUooa offend aDJ'OUe, 'blame-. tilt ooe JOUi-e ' ooonected Mountain" al it appears to · thc.e .:-gazing upon . with. . 'it from the Colle,:ee and vicinity. prese�ts .an

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Helen' LuJa .

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bert. Gertrude' Brunner. Arnold 'Anderson :

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CHOIR CRIER

CompUed

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chiU'g1! , commit.tees l'8.ngementa are: Advertis1ng.

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. . . grea'- Chaperons COmment . .. , ' outdoors . . " Favorably J.On . " · · Trip O , 'PaP IJ . , (Cobtlaa� '

all disaP ' aied, to

or Portland where we were.due Off ( on �� a� e � � � r\5� W � , hO

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F'J1day' eveJ;ling, April-26,

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On Germany

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foeVy EdItor

Marpret Rorem . ··Mildred

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of· moUon pictures on"

scenes in Germany. ·

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man. Loul.se Jackson. and Eldon And­ E'rson.

. Lloyd Rot! was elec'� �Iass treas­

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a vacancy left by the res:lg­

nation of the fonner

officer.

Evelyn Irwin. �ha.l.rman. 'Lewls aunt­

er. Eurrne ' �urgoyne, Rhoda Hoken­

stad.

and Llla.

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mlttee to arrange for class night to be held June The

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PaY Up Yo.r Subecrl,uon� to ' The SAGA No ",

District League . J)ovention Opens In Tacoma 'I'".."dhf- I

{rttvernor . Crowns Qileen Thelma at ( ,May Dar Festival

Rev: Selmer A. ' Berge To Openi�g Rally Address; P. L. C. in Charge of Ba,n· quet Tomorrow Evening, -

Beautiful Proceaion, GorgeoUi G'owns; Impreseive Program Features of S«oad Annual f COrTo,,�on . li'estJviUeIJ Mlss The� DanIela WN crowned Q.�D of the annU&! . WIJ �te at P. L. .0. on Wedn� alt.emoon �y:Oov. . Claren� D. M:&rtl.n. or. the &ate of Washington: amid a pleturelque aett­ of cclorful fioftNi and 8Prln&.,.u.n-

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Louise Jackli9n Margaret Craft

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or tbe se:n,lor -'cla&a; or the IIOp�mi;

Eleanor Hauke of the .freshman ' nor· mal; Mildred Momon �e. Uberal

arts

dlvl.sion:

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Davia of

the . hlBh school de��nt. �d

S"are

was. crown

bearer,

HeLeri

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sta4, Ille flower ilr!' and LbIi tl-a1n beaP-r5, .Mll"Hlyn Pilu�r .and �ra ��rson.

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Beeaue of the

•bseDFc of . Ed_reb. dlrec:tor, the date of lbe Senior C...... play. -TIDy 01 81_­ bal')'," baa � c.� from Ma, 10 to Ma, 17. Prot.. Paal HlJ'bbJ baa '-n dlrteUq th; pla, dllrin( Mra. Edward'. amenee.

Choir to Make Two Appearances Sunday Will Sing at L.L. Convention in Afternoon, First Lutheran

Making two appeannces Sunday, 5, the P. L. C. "Choir o( the Weat"

3:30 in College Dining Hall

As their

annual attalr to bonor their

mothen. the Lutheran Daughters at '"As tb1& is a cl&s:!l affalr. anyone the RetormaUon wl.l1 give a mother'1 on the cruise who 1& not a member and..daugbte(s aUver tea in the colle:se t he claM mWit be Iccompanfed by a dlnl� hall ·this atternoon a�}three- senior." expl�lns Arnold Andc�son. lhlrty. chairman or the aUalr. . Included on ·the Jjrosram w:I.ll be a _ _

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welcome to the mothers by Rhoda Hokerutad. president .ot· the' orpnlZatlon. with a response by Mrs. A. W.

Ramstad on behalt of the mothel'"B; a sona by a girl'l trio' compoeed or AIda

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iuntved by daua-l1ter. KnL. J. o. grandaon, David baa many rneoda on the .-... tor he ha.s vi&1ted here ent ooe&a1ons. and w.. ow.

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and return on Sunday :Y. S. Andtnon, father ot . -'01 Prol. Edwards puaed .�.• '-------;""7" . .---c . -:-

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reoeiY1nc the �� ot Ml:: AD-

dueon:....death. . Prof:Edward&.

bia de, and «Ja/ David; deputed by train pal tbe1r Jut. reaPeeta '\O � � r�. ·Mr. Edward.l returned. home . TueMIay. and' Kn. Edwarck and DaYid ' . will return IOCID.

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In the evenina at elgbt o'cloclt. choir will (lve a lull concert M t.he FtI'"Bt'"Luthert n Church. '81xt.h and "I." The oceulon is the 6h.rtauan Educa­ tlon Pestlval under Me ·..�Icea of American Lutheran Conference. J. C. K.. Preua of JoIlnneipol1a Is to be

the Prtndpal:�a.t�.

Day PrO!:,lamation 1l.'ead in Bef,lutiful LJf:�UIU&,!!

time � It· baa beee IMtIleraa CoUep. tiUTOUlded. .. we a PanoramA. of

unusual love}lneu. . b dO:: =�. ��he �� 7:= .wttll 'Mt .... 11,. aDd ...... wtu. we hue en..,. lMptrUicIQ. fOC" .. JoJ-. eroaaI.Di the cam.pua to make way tor aDd ........,. aDd fair � aDd w"'" � ...,.ud..� III tbe u-re queen.. The �oyaJ proceaalqn wu .... f�,. baa Ioa.e beeD world'. ...ncW· ped.ba.. to . eacorted by eJrht ribbQn bckren att.ractbe � 01 Ute Ma, n,. ·lear our '_111"-' are made ttve In colorfUl ortandy. Followtn, them ID WI -try. . aDd IJriemUq. thaD. -.I came the Queena' attend..nta In cN:rm�,. ·a Ume fotYte - by &be � of . ..... �,.. &be Inr dreaaea with hata and mults to the roe.... of --..e'. noyempr the .St&&e or W�D, mat eh. The maida tOok . the� places ....... will. � bocIoDr .. b, � ujX!n the , platform where the Que:en',

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a� ., ., • �u.- ... wOz&.t � Day Proc. PI! � &. rejIIIee ill tbe ....... � .. .It ft:' reacl" .Wecme.laJ bJ Weft ... eytII It) .&be ....... tbe 8;tudmt Bod)' �t at .tbe ... ...--. �...... . r. tile .... �"ual ' May Dq ..u.ni. .,. yean. .. ....q eeIdnW. ..... ___ ¥ the orehStra . becan to play, a .,�..... .. .-dt ,...... ". PadtIe huah teU OYer the erowd aDd It .�1:d

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Ine droop1nc' tnacbei or the · hiif'! maple tree at � edce c! t.be eampuI 81"Oundi. Preoed1nI the Quem were " he crown bMrer, df!/IIIlId 1D. �te.. and -the nowd- rbi. alio ia. wblte. who Pap ',,...) .

(CoaUa"'�cia

t.he

Ule college orchestra

played

a

May

which Gov.

Mart.1n 8p)ke .. re.. wordl,

and placed the crown upon the queen', . head. . FolloW1nB f:be the

ceremony

quten and ber attendants wtt.Dealed' the prosram from lhelr posI.UoD4 . on the \ royal platform.

Program.

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Included

the

Gate; ' .. vocal BOlo by Ron&ld

MarUn;. nl1l2lben by the ooUep· orcbe5t�; a Scarf Drill, viOlIn 8e1ec�n by Ey,gene B\lrJOyne; an . aeitheUc dance by Enid- Hutaon, .. May Pole drtll, an"d a aofl, by the men'. quartet. The 1935 May F'UUval baa �n .&e­ OUtBtandln. in ' all respeCt.. 1&.due to those wbo have

Delegates Hear . on World Youth As deltopta or the Prmch and Otrdubl, EIkn lkrpt.rom and Kary . at.C.enckd an A. A.. U. w. dln­ the T&eom& HQ\eI, Monday A'prU :z" at which Robert K. on "Yquth Of the World." "What 501uUOll baa the Amel1ean youth to otter for the Pre8eot day � dal i.nd econom1c pioblema." . �How 1& America weat.berlna the de- ' preSalon?" TheIle were que.tioa.l .-(...� erly, 'asked of Robert. K. Burna, Uak­ vers.ity·ot Waahlnctoo �udent by tooth leaden of Japan, Ch1na. Of'I""InanJ. Italy and .Rusa1a. � : Sept a� by the U. 8. department ot Education . and the. WaatWl,ton Youth Cound;!, 'Robert Burnt baa de­ bated and Uved with t.IMi youth ot : twenty-three counb1eL He found � atutudel of 10UDC peOp)e the worid ·Oft!' - ban dei1nHet, ch&Dpd Cnce 1... . 'I'be7 are UlZkIaI' to prnent war and tI.D1ber depnIIka: and' are 1DteDfelY 1Dter.t.ed 1q knOw­ ina wb&&. OW' aolvtSoDI: \0 u.. � ..

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TIle lJoss is stral�ge' in that, for: no Jl18�t.e� what , �lIe. does . he. can alw8·Ys h8'�C back hIS Job. ' if 1 '' he admib, 1�1I;1 he is ·�'rong. -. . No olher ownct: u H�'VE YOU .M - ET . would do lhot. oud fOr that N'lt5On the Boss's Published 'e,'u,. two .fteU durlnr the acbool :rear IJUsin('� hos last('d foi". 1111111\" .thouSIllld vcors. The <Jlrl wtUa ne ", WM 9-" . '�'hil(' o '� hcr!l have" failed. If 8�1 C PIO)'l"C:qUit� . by the Itudents of Proctf1c Lutben.n CoUece, o I . ��g� ' i:� .mh�� h"ow �a�I�" I Parkland, Waab!nston. LJeft Ik.... �n.-. " Y'� � � , �r 1 i r ��c� � ' � � Office: Room 115 nlepbone': GArInd �77 . r There is 1I0'''pUU: ' or ':d�rog" iI' h " !lhOI", ond. I::.=:::== == . = � � � = = Subscription Price-al.OO per Year ' == ======j i efIU�I. C\'Cu-� � St,jiTori' ' h05 110 pl.lti.."t>. E..cryone·� ' . . I the J,:,�\:liest sinner: 'nlc� are 'tt . YO' I�en call- . The 11'ormal rraduatJ. whO pc-. That "kInI ',ctrlnk of ......,.. � \he "En�red ' &I second c.1� mat�r. October 2. ��. at \ l ua.LlDC' �? He'. all 1'd 1Il1l�1l'\lers. thut ht'I. ) 1�llln .cxphull HIS wlshe� that �xtr& apec.laI v� �. :� TitcL1- Ubera! aria the Post Offlce at- Parkland Waahlngt.on. . u�l�l HI� "1.J1l. Jt'su" �,\lrI�t�s th.e. fO�.�llan and .Ity to By noth1nf" of I\e.r clever wlU of I ittel. aDdJl"l'd l inOb &all, � mer under the.Act of March. S:lIr19. .. nl-:ht-�ldn�1 THIUI. 1-11" helpl'1'8......IL . re I)O,!, proud! Her pel'lOnal1ty ls outatand1nc and he ' lI1 beliM. Nol. all fur t·hey Uno�\' thot thl'�' are 110 better tn on any . friendship .I. cherished. She � a oom hitbru;M �� Ue, uI. medlum com­ , � bloode moat , 00$ ' student · �d a � ery �t.eh :uther worker. Money uud pride du nut 'rule �tent t. plex1oned ..ta t.h1t � �cltrid� �e . Nember l ' Ihis f8ctury, Tlie pour \\;idow with ier mitt. nrus Duril\l , her three yean al)e IoaJ out. for two majOr 8I)Ol"t&--te means e\'ery bit: as much as .k· rich 'l11on with. worker: been a pro�.nent mem�r In su- and bUeba1L. . The fOJ"Dlft' betna � his thousands: They ho.\'e labor' unions. too. haa e uba, � as. �t. cd � ra.-od� 1IPort. � putlme, : Be has �I rat . lJ ul the namA are. different. Inslead of Coc- L. D. R. Iut. y�ar. Al� her Jut. �t: imUJiIll" d�Uon 1\)1' �O;OI pel�ter:s. Union, I'>Juril�r's Union, and Engin.. en;ntb month of yetU1l have bee!! �nt outa.tde or he ill kollll" h� el ecr s . U.nio·n, tI�ey are Called MetllOdist ChurcJl. two Y&C:&UC?n the dorm, �e wi.a .an r.eUye pep clUb eonunUQUa. wI� I :.uth�rnn Churc.Jlt, .r)reshyteriall Choreh and member her first. yeu. Por three reara He _ 8ebool . � aw:ntended a EDJ1'OaLtL STAFF the hke. TIle�.Ulliuns meet' in a. large build, Lhla hu e tb;lue:'P.1n to member a n pIaD8 of and mer Drama the mrI'OR-IN-CHIEF - - ' - - MUton Hentc 'bee &h r ing. . 01HI ther:e a minister tells them o the amall A.88OCIATE EDrt:oR. - - - II.Uel �p :..nd has taken an r.etJve �' In aimmer. BI.s boIDt . town ' 18 BosS's desires. TI,e Foreman came oround for ' dOlubmaU PEA'I'URES EDrI'OR - - - ElNnor.)raub r. a1noerit.y proves her ·"cltve'" near Belllnl� . Ypu mWlt U ",-isH aboul nineleen 'hpndred .ye!'l:r!J ago. and ' wra ca. · He SPORTS ED.ITOR -'\." - Paul K.. !"reus " meet him tQ.. inow him.. left instructions for 'the workers; Then. Cer- · ortbln� Meet her tod.,. .... . . REPOR�Me.lba �nney, � J4abeJ. aeRem. ;:; ;'ly litici8ns. fearing thul· he would e",.>osc IU"' .m _ ++ I 1�,. .g �ilti TIJrnUlHhe- � .�iL lheY�.h!rd cto!,e;)hai.t ill � Mot#&er' cD. I.rthday =��·�=.==.;J�'� " MOn.n hn·. 'e'�l( Hlln hlken out.amduulcd 10 a c1"08s, Hls- Jfath- -J"�' appy .:..v !ler handa.have 'much Robe� Monaon. Nonrui. ' Preu,s, !6rgaret. Rorem, I,'r ealue down Q}I(Il look Him back to Hea\' en toUenor chful-like' e Ra � � L �l�h�.'� =� =d=��r. It'lI!ng Ihe, workers that Jesus had settled ali · v�. Tet1and ... . ..Aprll ll . h ....n.. their uffairs to His satisfaiction. . For this rca- Lloyd Rot.I .. ... .. .!' ApriI U . !'l U ll .ft;sus is treuIC� Wit'l the samc respect as Roland 8.... n ., .... : -r- ..........AprIJ IS Her amlle on O'ne BUSlNESS STAFF ":") . . Ihe Boss. . Cui Cv.om ..r. ..........ApriI 14 . Is benison. BUSINESS MANAGER _. Bertrum Myhre. What docs Ihis fac.lory, make?· \Vhy it prO- M'.uTIft H--a ... ...._ ....Apri.I 16 A�. BUSINESS MOR. _ _ Clyde Grlmst.vedt hu'e� the Inesl \'uhlable things in Hie world: '£ltlUtor Ha1llJ.e .,... . . .AprlI l.. ADVERTISING .MANAGER John Dre.lbelbls Hf:� st.ep. a sound .e\·erYlhin� thut j" beuuli: fildon. Al\der.on . . .. .. Apri! U · ClRCULATION MANAGER .. Louise Jackaon . lU1l'PIIIC!lS, i lIye. ltncl r on Hoi)' grounil.. e s l ........... AprtJ �. ciRCULATION ASS'IBTANT . . �argaret Craft r�:�I��:I'(II. �'I)�I(�iy�� ll��� �� i�li:c\!,::���� fr��c'!�i ' Eline Beneon .. .. . .............. Aprll H dlllr�('. und eYcrS'otle is wclcol1l� .to . hi!! shure. �: :::: .. ·� Aprll t5 FACULTY ADVISEM)_ N. J."Hong, o. J. Btuen Her dt"lI.r. (ace line, �\"Otl I yuu COllll' down t011lurn \v and �t'l J.I Vlrrlm.. Mahncke. .... ......... .... Aprli n But Kind-kind. . Juh '! -Harrv)Gribbohm, � Brock..,. _ _ ......,AprU II c" _ ' ...:' _ _ Greed{ Selfuhne.. Have Sena JobMOll .. .. M.ApriI II or women. best. Georpt· Jan.en . . . . ........:.M.ay I Replaced Palriolum of '76 And loveliest. Lloyd Tbom�� . .... ...... .. ..... ..May I h h ter t In these days of military activitv Ihe llations C£ig 01ir an ucross the sea oncc again vic with .cach olher . ' lIy II OB.MO�80N . ' . . Bear#iful CO�lume. And . in the age-uld. race for armotn�nts. Again in ' , the. S;8l11e Ill-:('-old mllllllt'r IlCUplc arc h<'iul-l . FlOIDe" in May Day Fele TO THE SENIORS: (ftee \�rse). U you ha.ve learn­ tramed tu enlarl-lc .trifll's. Patriutk puru,l('s fConUn.ed hom ..� One) !'I' ho�\'ing nutional miliJnry stren�lh urc ntlw in ed LO congrega,t.e. to �weu and sleep late: or. to .wiseTo Pastor and Mrs. L. C. Foss. style . A short time U�l) we !icard tiC u nutiupul· b � w ei911 I ir c e i n i s ; : :��: ::8 :: H':::�g�=::r �� . �: ;:�� :U�� �e:a�:W:a:� . ���J3fn�)C :��i��e�!��;,� �r��� l �����i��� �r �e��h i�;;���. ' 1���r a ���!;��;�..t��� A.lflnn Ame nnd�n�ugo our Jolly tWOIIOmes are In_ tlful in her ro,.1 at.tlre. She earrted 193.;: lion, and we read of similar demonstrations in creuing . . . In\ a gang op. Camp Day when everybody a bouquet of apring floweR, and her Full flft} years und more you 1 I n " by t.wo 'UtUe shurc ��'L�. ��� inl<i:.���r�l· u��h�)�.· ���o ���tl�I ��I� wears rap, tne s"':ell.dt'eMer 15 the monstrOsity . : . NEWS . .' trlone white train was borne ed in these strikes was il.l question. "BullicDls" NOTE: The' report has been confirmed that the Sqa ��e�:;r�I:�!n:!I�aldt':' Of 'fai:h und hOI)(' aqd' lovi ng care, ' roc"lid : Gommunists" they werr .'ullrd by some. will poaitl...e� IY not have 8 theme thLs year . . . Alter thlnkM the plaUonn where the aiore&ald p • . . .i . , ulld. .servICC Self-�acnflce 1I11d III somc places these demonsirutilills were Ing · rare, of one 'aU rear. Mlss Ompha. and Mr. Omega have hlmat10n was read by John Van Leuturned into miniatuI""C riots by fhe thro.win� of Sus' tllined by force uf humble v.en. 'J1le hOnorabl� Governor Mart1n um l . , , H , h school . \s high It Oh stu that decldec;l 1( st l I ll . prayer: upon croWn the. of the ced head the pla wl\ HarrY . . . en ueen and pronounced her Theima: wonn that 'has no t.urning, · )\�:!a��r�s i �������� ��I)�t;�(�:� �� :t;::I���i It's agetlong ' G;OLDEN memories foreuf freedom. liberty oll.d justice" ! Just ·bccutl!!l' you to college. make up for the baptism you got q"Queen of May." enst in store camplL!I day. U I 11 r I Typical of acenea accom�ing the WEDDI::"oJG hli�" fot" you ii�'� fj�Ol�t!l� <t�!:r�;\'J��.�� � f\�� �r\ 1 �1l�: o��, ��:�. BATTY BITS FROM TIlE BELFRY: entrance of spring ...... a .spec1tJty focc\'errilOre . Ea.&t gtnk mounsome the of from Rosie gets ca.rd.s de(>c,)(Fcnce Duy. i!! llo !'ItIl'l' !!ign uf vour patriot . number enUtled "Dream oate" whk:b mWlt � a ism . • It should he u dc..·t' lX'r fet'ling of lo\'(' and alns who algns himself "OUPSI Who?" . . .org consisted .of a number of pia deplcUnc PACIFIC LUTH. COLI.EGE Brodt''-e w11l' mLss Ge e SPRINO: THIS . s with a desire to ultaih nationul iell'uls, profesllOr )('ct I""C l each f1owfor being A: O. Tingel!ltod. . . Manly flail ha!! defined it as "the l'uollCratiulI way'S noontime pla.:lo thumping . . . Men Wlll be boYI a garden�ofby1I0wen. a novelty dance. A scarf President of the College, of ma!!scs. classt>S. uQ.d individuuls to ' Ill(' dC.. sometime&. and John Van Leuven. edltor and Beert In�rpret drill, tOe dance, and the traditional May .J. ( ;, VanLeuven" " car c..·oll1(>lishment of a cummon gO("!." Selfish· Myhre get. thls way by mUng notea In claM . . . Bea$oo Ill followed, Intercepted by Pres. of th� Slodenll Body, l Pole Dr ness, greed. �nd dishulleslv huve rt..'lilaced the ful about. signing all the �tI�1ons going around ideals fur which patriots of the l'aliber of llin . . . It might' be. mamap Ucense . . . Don't be surpr18ed ICI\IA:tselections. clo.e of the profP'&lJ1 the royal fuug�lnnd died. TIll' American flag is nol U Mabel Henem snaps her neck one of these days' when rece.Mthe ional brought. the pageant to· an o who cornea In to the. classrom nnlY'.\he symhol of a grent dcml)Crulic nution; looting around to �� leavllll an 'inspired I\nd well utill­ it is .the e\'i<it'nee of Ih(' cOO)Craliull nf lHunkind la� . . . The WRy VIrt1nla Boen �lnelI In the claalroom end, Jack'. Criddle 5O{1\e fled group of. •pectaton. in the furtherance of dvil Iiherty. equal uppor­ one might think she 15 on her front porch reading lIIS Commerce 8t, " . tunity and t'qual rt.'spon!!ibHity. Pulrioti�m in­ book on "convention." We H..-: a-. . ColleR'e Recelv�. Gift l'Judes sclf-rcsl)Cct. intelli�enl citizenship. loy­ IT WASN'"I' TOLD TO ME : Paetflc Lutheran College re- I � alty to prnciplc. nnd idt'llh.sm. II is the desin' . Wonder why th.e reat of these boy-bachelors don't get eelved a gilt 01 goo whJchrecently� . :: :': :: : :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: : : :;: ::! I� tu he remembered us having l�()ntribuled in In on t.hl� "love me. love my dOl" stuff. like Lilja and some way to the ultimtlte perfection of humlln­ Andenon? . . LyaJ sanderson. for one, has no Ume· . . sented by Mr. K. O. IJvdalen. of 8poQuality Knlttln,�, Any torm or tealsience 18 enough to make a itrl vow to ","," WUhlnllon. .... "'...,.n... ..ho ity as u who!.,'. ---'--��,::. � '_hn 0., If*Wt, subdue It. watch. put f,?r the co�-lIck on your h�tP... ,:�::::��a�yp�:-c,�:e IVan lArS?ll . , . TillS SUMMER:. we 110'111 m1aa Sh1rley Po.iIio"" Are Open .

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--. .the B:ellln&::f Normal'Y'lkln,"pn Aprtl Night Owls' and 'Hayseeds Win 17 " L!-nd�l�y, who .I U nPaced br scqred .. niCe Doubleheaders; Hay�. Participate in First Junior . College Invitation Meet By PAUL PREUS Jt. ,J U;:r y:�c� � .rn�t.ches � defeated '.in First Round �!o . . ' W1th final trt&la The 'lineups: ' .. ab: mill SECOND HALF STANDINGS . ... .. . p. 1.. C. til . track team. the tnc� 1IQ.U&d 18 oompet!.nr with the. � ItI' IkWnab.anJ preeen P. 'f!. L. t� the Junhoior Colle,ea put to Coach ... .1 • 'Olson pes If lhl.s meet provo suocesslut. C., left. y@Sterday for vikima MCCOnnlck . .... (l Lindsley ...., ...... :....3 P. 1(.' the . . ...... . .. Stuen pete ,in the Waah1ncton Junior Colleee � permanen y on.the. sPrine, aport.a calendar . Due to the shott notice. ...."1 Vlke ..... . .. .. ....,.....2 N1(bt 0... ., . . U had enOUlh tniln1nj: · to .be at their beSt . nlet"e' iii much Hinderlle ..... ..... . I) P. Jacobaon .... . ... , Ha�!Io :_ Conlert!nce track meet being held to- boys ha.ve not z:eaUy. ..... ........ .... .... ,,: �, : . . interest In track. at P. 1.. C. ai"K1 plenty I)f rood ' day . material for. a �I track aq� ..0 Irkb . ' Preus . :........ . .......,. J. J� . x ' . ..• I Year. � en 8.Hc CIt, -;_._1 ·Oberlab 2 .......... , � . Lehman P unior d k Yak1m& . . C 1. . COl es S. S. lege�Cenb'alla JW).IOf" �J Mt. Ver-half with th n n.'- Junto, Coli... and 0,.;" "':';", "" ....,. P- ...... lin< ..... ...... , W.·A .. A. SPO, ·soring Lutheran Netmen op. tnr. ' OO<On. . bono. . JunJot C?lIese wUl compete In the ftnIt cbampa, baDded \.be taa. Me,... &,the P. K'I jum� on the UnddM� ' . . ' . _ . . ·.., .no Poun'" out t�• •,,1: Junl� Con... Im1..tton moot_ rnament . Take - H.,... Tennis Harbor Team ..... ..... ,In< ".i.... ·ID ..;..;.. "!'It>. To b� . Should t.hla meet prove a lI�esa lnp. • )n -1 to 2 and I) to 8 IIIon5 . :J 'Ibe � bait is . w;fdo.opu ' . �OlI ' . wi: ader. The Nlcht Ow;� kept'pace track wUl probably �me t.he moat. tb Lbe . 1(.••. aad...tbe Nt,b& The W. . A. A. te� townament will op." Matches To Ellens b urg t��e Juvena .0. tk t.aki!ll t by ted Ks Important spr1nc sport. af 1:'. 1.. C., all Owls wilMdlDr. PTbe boya p. . rebMUbt.r be' hekl �xt week. start.1ni" Monday. And'Yaklm'il; Meet St." Mar: - shtnlllht from the. Irlsh I� to 4 �d . 5 Mr. Obo!:), �t.or of at.h1etlca p�ana banter tbao ft!" aad. &be ru- .,.ft May e. 'Ille ta.ma are a:a followlJ.. .!:2... ' tin:. Rangers .Today to lnaUC).ll'ate an �xten.sive program tor- 'be-en pleat, IeD�. 4. . Hia:h School : Vlri1nia Davis, EI.l&ain ���7:=w:x�ear, � sutflde?' . . beth stum, P'redri�ka. . .: Schlan� ahowl� much impro�ed form. the P. .,:eof ::�':rst.� � S. S. . td. ot a.h� couple a n�w ia Stuen· JOhn n nn a tu . . �el�P'enne)' L I · ' the and te l J . � m 2 n« ·hack a.·double Sllcken the Cit the f.o 15 SCI,� O. over making l'hoIIe 5 . .at J. C, Harbor Orays .the reat or the IIChool. He dumped. Pint YeAr Normal' LDU15e Williams, I vlc\ory t.s the�.-will pa.rt1clpa Pirl ·art! : · . tJ) I, 'an� ' 4 to 3 . . " eve� hoie-ln-one Into the seventh4 cup to m9nor Hauu. Helen'LiIJa: Helen Holt- 'Aberd���",pri! 24. ' . .' t!� cO ner-.lQO an.d 220t.eyard duhes, . ' . ' '. help .theOladlator:s beat Aberdeen. 'Ib1I camp. Klanrbery (O.lD. beat Myhre (P-:-L. : O��_ I�t:= ��_ r y. . HulBln. c.�������:) � / 'r ( O.HJ 8or�1I Lea� found LarsOn'. HayHlmsen-low ·hurdles. dlicus, rt!lay. . �= �::� r=..=;c! !�,r�� aa»nd :Y� Normal : · � d. I t Spest Ben: VoU, Norby, Ruth P'royen, Eline Dahl:-hlgh Jump, shot put. polevat4t. you. wh1c.h Is t.Qu1: e:.traordInary, seeds In poUe&Sion ot tlrst. place and . sOn. Harold Andenon--f40 yard dash. pole \..he right to play the w1nnen ot the .(P.L C.1 beat Davidson (G. Se:cond VQult. relay. hair: with six ·..tns Ifld no deOdell. Rhoda Holt_ 5-.�:� The lellnb boys rlDally broke blto the I..lbtral ArtII : (rene 6-3 5-,\ ' Knutzen-high hurdles. relay. e� "'n ooham.n at Abenken the GUIer day, ens�. Pauline Kuhn, Beml�Hauge. . H.lBurgoyne ' L. 1 H ( . l . . 0 ( by Lhe Eldon Anderson-half mile, mile. .W!th tb'e eoan. .., macb b:DIJ!OM a':n�! Hut.son iii ma.n.agtng. e tour- H.I 6-4, 6-3. . P C beat Je ery nd. plQ� was. taken " Nlght Owls" all a result. '01 a lorfelted t. 8.lnce camp_ day the Detmen aboaId be n . Eutem. l'rIp l break to Sllcken City the by game Win aDd . in mcn Pl'CUce lible to Iri . ' Tra.velll,pa Lhrouah Eastern Wa.sh- .we.onci pla� tie. . The town teain .. P. L. C. 'D4Ivoteens_ Dean BoI tOI) V'181ta mnsi or tb�r roematn1Dc In&kbe&. Ington. the P. L. C. tennis team drop. s. s. matches both by a 5 to 1 =I�!::s ���i�=�= Harbor Take-Grays Emeri��ericlt E. Bolton pedre..two lle th :� ofDean N th fint . -to e . El1enabUl"l � and ntth positions respectively. . the UniverSlty of waahlniton vls!t- sco �n :m�!� :m h:�:7 nd on April According to Dir'eetor '01 Ath:J�tlca. d the Stuen �ads. In 14-4 Victory, thad a b�nstonn a!:.d. no: we have � the ColI� MOndllY,. April 2:1� He �: t!P�I!t:!:� d seco � WIll itt With Hole-in-One horseshoe court/l. The boys an(! trirllt met w.lth the raculty . �d conferred All mat.chea ' w�re-' hotly contested CUlter01$on,1 �e second winnlnl hl5 match at Ya- ��� te:::' �;h=l� �: :; � John 'Stuen paced the P. 1.. C. 1011 �'":t h:r'"! ����a:�htt �e :��=�' -;�:: :�:; with Manyh�reOla.sao �:"r:Is':r:=�:Secondat ��':.urr. . plaoe and the cha.nce to meet \be tint k1m� squad to .It·s second victory ot the sea_ Northwestern Aaaoclatlon ot half winnn-s lor Lhe 5euoD cbam.p1pn_ 7 � son with a'hole in one as · the 01ad1aHlJh Schools. Dean Bolton P. C eft ary en ne L e Slude�ts ,. �at otwUlt m�t nthe this .Bt. ship. U . the "Hayseeds:' repeat. ot torS trQunced Grays Harbor .J. C. l4 Preu!il' Urg s as vlce -prealdent 01 the ' AJJartln. RanJera P n Df!�a ce a . m � i course, there ,,-IU be no p�.tt. "PlaY. to 4 on the Parltland course April 11. comIt of an r cha ! soc To Seek ins Approval afternoon. dwina: the flrat h&lf' wu ch&racte.rf9.1t� on acfed't&uon. Displaytng a much improvtd. brand I l&ed by e rreat ��t ot t.ri� 01 golf the Lutherans won nearly al.! · Challenging the chapel group with V \ displayedthby � boyI,. deelared Co&eh the .matches deela1vely. the Question "WhOR Approval you Trad.ifio�a"m pu, Day · Walter Young Speaks at · obon, " w t:h every .pme pla� despite &tuen dropped hl5 tee shot on the See king?". Dr. J. C. K.. Preus 01 MlnLuther Lea e l\leeting the chWyt we&t.he.r, apd lf1:th e�ery 106 yard seventh hole, for Ule��e&ture neapolis. � or the Board ot Ducking Given Pre'lilent go . . -. . team sportlnc i.ta full eomp�t- or . shot or the match. EducaUon ot the, NOrweatan Luthe'ran . 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. Each .y. the KC'Ond Sunday. aoclety sets apart That. e\-ery"chUd tn' the U. S. A. PIli hoi:naae from the heart. � observe the !!&y with kindness and littlelul.!!. to prove.. That we realize the value ot " tender nl;other'. love:--. . . . 'I"h.U seems "a' IItUe tJ;iln, to do her We baa all been gtven ven. :::::!: Since the bl� Heavenly Nher pve WI lnOO her care.

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AlthoU(h tood costrta-e higher. ft e e :f��� l:tU;�� w=:c�� :� sible adjll.'ltment.5. due to th� new state In order that man mlgh'\;\ have salea tax. � The charge , for the . full Donald Haroldson. whO attended P. Tru·th. He (Ood) has .revealed It week.. includlnr reg1stration, all C. In 1931-32. Is at- present -turihe�­ and lodging. will be rrom $8.00 lng his education at Toledo University or slightly more If Ule sale!j . I� Toledo. Ohio. be added. Write to Mr.' Martin son. Box 116. R.F..D. 2. Myron K�ldler. '26. Is working tor Wash. tor reservations and the Skinner Eddy COrporation at Port tion. Mr. Johnson. our Althorp. Alaska. arer. reports that several Ing. . haVe �n In as earl y as 'a month Ruth Jacobson. '31. -Is teachlnl in "'-II of our Lutheran Young People the PuyaUup school system. the North.·� are UllJed to include the BIBLE INSTITUTE week of AUGUST 4TH TO 11TH Inclu&lvt'. In t.belr va_ Men often see �'ondertul th.1ngs. not ca�n plans and come to DD3 MOIN_ their Importance. . Al,so they ES1 WASH.. where another or th:»e observed very trivial thJnp aa It sttrn _nr Bible Campa will be In l!t!S­ Ruth HaU(land. who attended P. L. C. we� important . . . UttIe did the sion. Tell your. rrlends about It. soldlen realize the eternal alg_ last semester. Is worklr..g tor !he HaUl'Tb:a, arUcle 11'&1 'WrlUen by Eric or Ule c:rucllbdoo. land Grocery COmpany at Anacortes. LLrul.aIst 01 SuWe. wbo .; the PD.b­ -Ramatad . lIeUy D� rOf' the L1rU!er r-.-­ Fred Scheel. '33. 1& leaving for Alas. Btble 1natIt.ie. He has been attvidlng 5OOn. . UniYersity of. washington1this year.

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Rev. M;. L. N�vlg ot the P1rSt Nor­ wegtan Lutheran Chun:h of �Ue will be. the speaker at Ihe next. meeting ot the MIssion Society to be held Wed_ In the COllege e n�ay� May flttenUl.

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..:: Room. ,,.,,... . ............" ,,•• .,,.,"".....t.".:" ".::: .." ".::: .."" "".::: ..: " Rev. C. R.. Jo�n. '!Utor of the � • . i Central Lutheran Church In Yaklma. � . Stock of C4J, Just Arrived � Fresh brouaht a brief mesaqe to the MIs- � . �. now In your. �.ckels �rjnr � siQn Society Wednesday eveni.D(. DIlle GOO DS i Quale led in devotion. toPIca! · t.alIr. � _ wa.s riven by Paul HvtddJn,-. Other � _ , i' .......; .. . . , . 1.. .. .. .•........ members on th� prosrarn �uded a Ii"............................. duet by ltlartrant Cra.tt s.nd Ir1..I d a plano solo by Dorothy Irregulars 79c :=.,":

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We lose much By not- seeing th! Freshman Class 10 H �e mount or transtiguraUon. One who Beach Party 3.I. S pana way eYer vI�s the work!. from a mountaJ.n . .. , ,.. , ,... . . . . . ....." top will never be the a&me. In ,the . _ .'" ... a.... ...," "t Ro-m -� .. - :::: " ... . " !, - .. . . &_ .. With ---trarutl(W'UIon we set Jesus .. he real­ a........ i i have (ftleral cbalrp'lan. the freahm.ell . ly 15-and. as he WOUld al....ys i 15 pl&nn1n( a 'beach. J)a!ty to be held ! W� CaU--o.I�... · been it he had not laJ.d aside his 'j� ' . at,' Lalt� Spanaway sometime In the i and walked amoog. �en. i Lou1le and KnutRo Vern fut.ure. ne� -tbe ' cioaunJ.ttee i!.;. . .. . . . . . . . ..... .. : We are told to cut all our bUl'dena ��me�:Pr1ae . . we dO. £hat. what have we . U � At"tbe last f� claaa meeUna held . Wednesday. It' wU deCI� to raU � � e � :; Zt�

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Youth of T�ay

'The Rei Dr 0e0rIe H H11ler1nan of Berl:e�)', callforhla.. who III cklvo� in« RVeral da7I to evanaeu.tic wort 10 Tacoma LUtheran Cb� atlrrecl tAe chapel auembly 1- W�.Y �th -.n urrent � �or actl� on �

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operetta "MtM ·CherryblOMOO\" on F'rh ' day «,ventna-, M.ay 24. COlorful eoslutnH. d ln ::e ��:��: th -: d: �f�u:�r� and na,'C?'" o� .. musical com¢J' .·

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U!n Ellasen. 1& &l&O -e. suitor tor the hand of Cherry. The comedy of the play b (um1&hM by Kollcm"OJ Eldon AndenlOn. who wlAhea ' Cherry to marry Togo for ttn�elal �MGnS. Another love plot centers. about HlUTY FroIIU!r Jones and Jt'3Slca. Emmett Thom}J60n, and M.lldred Monson. Eight Geisha

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l.J.\"ely tuns and catch)' music d \ar­ act.erii.e the operetta. "I've Dreamed of Such a Place 84 Thb" and "5&1l1ni on Love's sea" Are two of the love, sonp to·be' sung by yherry and Ja.c:k.. ' Jl!3I1ca a.ncI. Ham' In their love .scenes will sine " Down Lovers' Lane" and '"nfe �.... .....- � o Love" uslsted by the Amm­ • .". can chorus. Two of the meet dramatic

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Curtain Rise . On°Two Types OL . .:nglish Famijies . . 9

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R mBnttc Pair. Tilly and Dick. Hl\ve Complicated Es:perlenc� As Resu·I.t: 01 Differences .' .. :JareJtt . Betwe:en l . , :

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,. ' a credy-drama-. in 3 acts) ' . . By Ian Hay , (Adal'tcd from ' the author's novel "Happy-Co-.Lucky'"I MAY 1 1 . 1 935 . P. L. C. GYMNASIUM . ARDY E. EDWARDS Direction PAUL R. HIGHBY ! Produced by Special Arrangements with Samuel French, of New Yor!() CHARACTERS IN ORDER OF THEIR APPE}I;RANCE , \ . . Abel Mainwaring - - - - - - - ' '- Lloyd Roti Milroy (Butler to the Mainwaringsl Milton Nesllig Sylvia (Mainwaring's Daughterl Williams ·J�neHoken�tad Rhoda Lady Marian Mainwoiring .Birt Myhre· Rev Adrian Rylimds Evelyn Irwin Constance· pamer Richard ·! Mainwaring's Son) Roland Sw.anson Thelma Daniels Tilly IWe.lwyn·s Daughter! . Percy IWelwyn's Son) Arnold Anderson u r g LO�! ��C���� �h �;:�����:�k:n:M�� �: ��� ����er) William Pflueger Mr . Metha Ram fA Law Stader'ltl Mrs. Welwyn . lila Rudd Lucius Welwyn - Jatin Van Leuven Mr. S.tiltbottle tA Sheriff's fticer l Harry Gribbohm Mr . Pumpherston I Af'.Ioth� tawstudentl - - - Eldon And�rson - \ fACT I The H�II at the T"Sef&, Shotley Beauchamp. A ,saturda� Afternoon in- �ovember , . ACT 2 The Welwyn's Drawing Room,· Bloomsbury""":Monday Afternoon '. ACT 3 Same a� Act 2-:-Tuesday ty1ornin� . . The action of,the play takes place at the present time. COMMITTEES Staging-Raymond Reid. chairman, Joseph Hansen,lHerbert Hopp, Rolf Preus Properties--Amy Gilbert, chairman:Virginia Mahncke . Make-up-Mrs. Lora B. Krei�\ f;�b;�rD:�i Portia Miller, Norman Preus, t JiCkets-������H��� �d ��� � Okenstad f b ;e t Publicity-Milton Nesvig EJectrician-;-Raymond Reid Faculty AdViser-Ph. E . Hauge ACKNOWLEDGMENTS FOR FURNITUR� AND PROPERTIES Schoenfelds , , Mrs. Paul Preus, Mrs. J. U. XavIer, Mrs Ph E Hauge, Mrs. E. H. Law, Mrs, J. H. Hook, �rs. Lora B. Kreidler, Mrs Janet Chrlstran, Mrs. J. Spence, Mr::;.. T. O. Svare,. Mrs. ,Fenney

Tonlght at el,ht·o·clOc<k, the curtaln

..m- I1ae on the t.z:lala � AdYm.t.urN 01 .. romanUc pair. who come from . . t�types· of Encl.lsh ft:mJlIK.

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TIlly Wel...y .n Comu from a 'common ,

fam1ly whUe Rleh.ard·· UallnrBl'lnl. "Dcit," la fJ:Qm a.n ok! an..toc:raU"c fam­ i Uy. 'lbe mulL la'me Vl!r)' �mb&in.u; Inl a1tuaUona for both, nuy and Dick.

nt dlnc�­ Th1A play Li �er the- :Joi ship Of Ardy .F,. ·Edwa.r'f!l and Paul . Hl,hby. Mrs. 'EdWVde .tart.ed \he di­ recting and, wtth the 88&btance of Ph. E. Hauge chO:ae the cut: However. her fa�er died· on AprU III. and abe Went to Henning, Mtnne80t& for Ule funeral. She returned May 10, and durlnc" her absence Mr. Hlghby IU}Jl!rvlAed the Rla.y. . Mary NBah h as aCted .. ualat.a.nt w the dlncwr. prepa.rtnc the staae for �­ hearaala and protnptll1l. 'She will a.c:t a..s offle1a1 prompter t.h1a ·evenln,. Raymond Reki and b.a 'stqe crew• Henry Olson and .Cleorge·ltnuLlon. h..ve done the at.qtn, and llrh'UD, and have been aaa16ted by committee from lh� senIor cla.aa.

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Committees Rppolnted by An\Old Andel'lOn. club 'president, are as fol­ lows: Makeup committee: Gertrude SUnberg. Aud�y Ann Dale. and PorOa MUler. Costume Committee: Novell N8('tI. aura Ha�. Ilnd Lenore With­ row. Stage dre...· : Ray ,Jteld. .".Arnold Olson. and Henry OlsOn. Proper;ty COmmittee: Ruth Froyen. Joann .. Manousc». Chet Solie. and lJo)'d RoU.

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Craf� Ford. J. Stue� Ben80n� Hutson. J. ManousQ8, G_ Pflue­ ger, Solie Other Officers Cliosen . Wednesday

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. announced: invitaUons. llarpret. Ror_ em, eba1nnan, June Walter and Leno� Withrow: retre:s.b.mcl1ta. Lou1ae 1Iendrk:taoo. cba1:man, K&r7 Oru&. Kobler BeI"1lJce B&up and ' 1!fIterta1nment,' Vern Knutzen: ehainna.n. Belen L1J,ja. me.-DOl" HaUke, a.nd Btadley Pard. 'Ib&, pr'efiIdent abo IIIlDOUDCed that the freahman' cJ..t.ae; wUl be in cb&rte of cIeooratkJm: and � G 00m,'-JDeDCelDeDL �tt.eeI'I: han 'been �ted. incl�' LouIa, WUlI.ama, Cba1rmaa, rema � J� w�. � ....... � 0Ip. B"QIO tor .deem:&ua.. A1da J� wtII haYe c:barP. ' of �.

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leadership of Irene Dahl; Thelm;' lela, EveJyn �. and Relen

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Batun! run .. Polnt MlII tary .111 be PIaYed to(-ether with am.tnc at the dOck, and to climu· jt a marahmallow rout. .til . .. ...td .t � Th", .,. about mty ",� _

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"'� =t.... :. oh.... .,., "'n�';'1 oonunlt"". Bll.n , . " ..<rom. oha1nn&n. Louiae Hendr1ek.len. Norma Preu., Hel.n Kltohm poll,. and t&�n. Lou1Ie Be?drteUen, eha1rlDan. RaChel PUnt, Portl& MIller, Eleanor Rauke. VIrK;IJi1& D&v"; P'r"otf"amS and &dverUaitla, Eleanor RaudebaUlh.

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Mabel'

For the office of vice-president. neither Buold. AndersOn or . Ch¢er . SoUe lW1 a majortty in t.he ' first bal. lot, mat1nJ r.nother beJlot riecesW-y. 'Cheater Bolle wu elected aD the second ballot. Ellen � WM third

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WlI.l1ama ; Party a.nd reCepUon. Katb­ ryn Anderwon, ebaI.rmM, JOUlDa a.tanOUlOS, Judith Semon. Belen Bolt..: camp; Inlt.1aUoa. Evelyn Bekhmd. eha1im.an, NonJJ . � Dahl.' Lenore Withrow; Wonhip. Nor- ' ma PreUa. eb&1tmaa. In. BYanI. Paul­ Ine Watts. Keaem:

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The annual h. party be . held &t' Honehead' Bay Lodre May 18 and Iii! which the dormitory Jlrla 1II!U1 be of the day Ilr1&.. Tbe pI!! Will le.ve on the 011 Hu� bor Perry from the Polflt Defiance doclc . at 8:4& Saturday momln. and will re�' t

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a tour eandlec�. �� ':e�=: Bt :�hre = �� CoUeire next year at an

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D. ,R. G.'a. SpQniorlar Affair at HorMhoad Bay: WIII.R40o ' lurn Sq,nday

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1'IaebD.. �edI""-" � •. I.e_ �rl:IooIl 8aP. ....... tII.at &be IUI­ b"" wUl be ready t.. dlllbe lri *,- 11.._ <ta,. .. ...i l7. � &O ....... 8waa.oa, ....... ....,... ... IDOIIIfs wID be' � &0 ..,..... wbo bu QOt. ,.w. Ills � lit taU. Ally· 0IIe .... baa alit MIIItIt .. ...... ....- .. .. ....,.. .. ..... ._0( ..... .. lie "..... ...,. IM! bewa by ... tint ., Ddt ...... ... De booU _ be .... aher ..... ... .. moO.

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En�('rt'd as second clu.s matter, bctobe� 2. Inl..t the Po.<;t Otf1ce at Parkland, Wa.sh1n�oa. under the Act of Mareh 3, 1879.

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don't be alamled. You·re probably sitting on an · an.l hUl .' . . We w0!l�ef why these he-he men around school are growing musl.Rches-no competition. fellows: we're gt'tllng rid ilf ours In t""o weeks· (the· plural ··we·· stands . for the writer and his censors) . . GOINGS d"N ARO.\}SD IlERI::-

EDITORIAL STAFF

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BUS�NESS MANAGER

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C1RCULATION MANAGER

CIRCULATION ASSISTANT

FACULTY

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Senjors Leaving JJIitlt Success, . Happiness .4� Coal Anulhef sell.uul Y(.'<If i� fasl I lt.' <I fin g its (.'Iuse. · :\1 �IIlY uf us will ht' kavlIlg P. L. C. ulld ulllt'fs '�·III h�'k fUfWl.lrd It) Ill'X! fall's upt..'ulIlg st.'s­ !'H1U. Suun·unuther grati ul.l tillg class will fUU IIl thl'S{' haUs nu 1IIU1't' as studl'llts. hut us A lu mn i . SlHlil lilt' nJlIl'ge · will i�l'l"k it � pruG,l'lly in l'aps . i1l1tJ �(JWIIS, phu c ll · t hploma III uur hand. wish liS (ilHI!lpt..'t'd n ntl st'ud us Ull intu life's ral'c.

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It seems that the bIggest problem for the party committees at P. L. c. III finding a blind chaperon . . . One

might .thlnk. by the way Volly serves In teil'nls. that she Is shooing OIes away . . . An adviser here at school received a note from the appreciative high school cla.'ls: ·'Thanks for nQt butting Inlo our affairs... . . Add Toe-

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Thrt..·c thililolS 10 be- pu c, just and honest. Three things to gu\'eril- temper, tongue and conduct.

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dollars on pipes . . KAREN HVIDDING : The fellows around here arell"t up to snuff . . . Any candidate: or Pauline KUHN: I course I didn·t vote for mysell . wouldn·t think of doing such a thing . . , Ifarold A.NDER_ SON: U's the tactics. not tpe Ilne that. goes over . Bame), JANNSEN: I'm afraid I won·t be back next year . . . (Por lack of space we will KEEP EULA MAE GOFF. IOl;{E P.tADSEN and ELIZABE"nI]'RIIS mum) · . . For lack of space we wlllomit Rolph Preus· onginal ""!secrack for 1935 . . . For want of UrnI' wc '10'\11 be fO\ced 1.0 call Arnie Andl'rson a t'1o'o-syllable won! Instead ol a six . . . Because of Insutrlclent evidence. B. VOGAN wlll be spared from exposure . . . and because It Is not permltted. we wUl not print a song about those brunette day room girls who dO fa,·ors for us . . . say not.hlng of the lessons Mr. ·Reld will gIve lo hts timid actOrs who don't w lo hand� themsl'lves when a 10l'e scene cqrp.es

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� your Jokes, Mr. Hunter.

spent. O\'er a hundred · . . DRElBELBUS: l·\·e actually

. In Bt..·rl Myh rl', the blundt· \, ikilll; uf P. L. L.,s c:ampns. the student hod\" has an actin' Ulltl sdl;fll minded preX\" fur il{'xt \"ear. ;\ fine group {If o fi '('rs hal\'e I)('en clccted <Inti real intert..·st hilS I)l.'t'll shown through out . SUlIIl' of the c1ediuns this ,"cur have been of Ih(' hitc and swallow ty pe: hut jhl' sl u�lcn ts arc 10 lit.' l·ullgratulllted on lIll'ir wiS(' dlOices uf Wcd­ Ill's<iay's elcdion .

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Student. · U.pd Discretion In Wednesday's�Election

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week we Predlctect/ (hat e next student body president would be Bert, Ed. 'AI or em . . . MAYBE SO: many of l htthese summer rom�ces uOl.;fO ut to be winter ng mares . . . GI.\"e us a\ coln lo nip and we will pair ort this gang: Clix. Gary. Bobby. Shirley. Ole. Jane. HapplNess. and a few others . . . SIMILE: As rare as a P. L. C. siudent ,,'ho has never served on a committee . . . Mr. Reid has been out of the news lately. Probably too busy leaching his operetta cast how to behave . . . FAIRY TAtE: Once upon a time a student arose at 5:30 to play lennls at Lillcoln Park and found nobody there ahead of him .

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}ft.ts 0(( ye ..Norsemen. the flag is 'pas<;. lng by. To th·e �lrnins of their �tlollal emblem ··Ja VI. EIskcr·· the i g c.Itiiens of Non'a)' are today paradn the streets of thl'!r much 10\'ed coun. try. wa\·ing·f1ags to and fro. and shoutIng at the tops of their ,·olces. -The lown .1s lull of gaiety and frivolity. as young and old pay tribute to their armistice. Banners al'1l stretched from one side QI the street to another. Red. · \I.·hltt'. �d blue nags are blowlng about In the breeze. aoo,·e the house tops. It Is a national holiday . All the stores and 1)laces of entertainment 'are dosed and the day Is gh'en over com_ pll' teiy to' the patriots or the country. Enrly In the morning the . school children begin parading the streets. blowing their horns and playing their drums. and singing Rnd shouthig. This Inlroduces \..he holiday. Rnd soon Join. Ing. them are the older citizens. The pa,rade continues all morning after which the crowd 15 led to a park where a prngram commemorating the day Is held. Immediately following the program a (elah·al Is held where games of all sorts are played by :)ath )·oung and old. The Jubilee Is accompanled by fire\l.·ol'ks wh1ch can be sten (or miles around. The Sytte nde Mal Fcst Is much similar to our Fourth 01 July and t Is "llh as much honor that Ihey celebrate to commemorate the signing of their Declaration of Independence 10 the lear 1814 @

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W . pe�ert the steady' IU\d con..sbtint play· Nl«hu.wts . Scorlnll: 22 polnt�. PBclflc: Luth- ' ing o( botK' .SQuads. . A-. . ' :J . eran's 1I1x man 'trac:k lIquad took third Bert. M)'me. one or our tennis players. exhaled a real one the other day. P. c, will meet OrayYHlI.rboJ Jun. ' :'.� place In the State J. C. track meet He .says that no one from P. � C . has 'e\'er seen thl: teru� SQ�d In· action. He Conelle In a rt'Lu:n match MAy 24. 'mh held In Yakima Ma.y 3. Yl\klma Junior might be right bllt It's all wrung. The tennis men �em to cel...!.!2ng pn.-tty \101'11 ior Defiance. at Pl. Softball wapI' Schedule Colll'£'e pro\·t'<! to be unpoll� hastA to \Io1t."tiout the P.dded moral SUPI)()rt bu� Ullnk \\'hat the)' could do with some. · ' May %i-p. K'" 'Cit), �Ik"'" the othu four vl5.\Ung schools by cop' . ·5. 5. . ping first pl�(' with the grand tot.aJ On May 24 tile loll ''Quad wind" up Solin··Nlghtowl.. seem to be having Carr Donates TtophY 'May U-lrWa ctty SIk'lI.el"!l \ . of 72'.. point., which n('atly ('(juRlled It.. 1935 �hnl u ( � .:I th match api.mt tl1.lngs all their own ' "'a)' In the SOftIh(' combined eHort.<; of the other four the·U. of W. Frush. WhAt 'we Jpt ball Lengue this hnlf. With SiX. vic· For Go·If Tournament �:� �!::.:�, : I;�� (dOuble Maden �h day) squads. Mount Vernon placed second about tenZl�' for IV" too The tllrh!s R11<1 no losSes. the Owls have the . ' ... r t 3 I c e th )' a ' Soli�'s NIRhtowls �Ulnll Ihe ith W �� � r r?d !: ��l f I' :!;. �:s. n �€!� :�: ��8I t � �I �t��: f�;�� = � !::�: I :I; � I��� � �: l�m =� f � �� b :���� � ';; � : : r:::� pace the second h1l1f ot the IntrRmural finL�hed up In fourth and tlfth spotA dub that IooU Uke a by Uapper mean the Hayseeds' mak-;s .SOlle·s out. g n streamlined molillleY-W'1"eD.(.h and lb:e nt ((i.\·orites in th'e payoff re!;pecth'ely. l which s.hQ:uld ��� : ::an:�: :�e :�:n! �I�"� .::� . ' M an a1ded mcent]\'e to the W. A. �. term SPOOl! IIhls b; InI�Uon get Blartl'd next \Io·eek. EVery mll.ll on the GladlRtor squad Great 110m lne the winner to meet the first from lI'X�nslve �.ri-hl . No S.- · S Rddffi points to \.heir tellm'!{ Carr, gol� tournamen�. Mr. Wa,.II a r effortl! cathfnd e h.alt . champs In the flna.1 playoff. We hann:t hn.td a.ny� with H . Anderson. O·Conner. and � that �.e roall, �om�,r down on for a .·hlll!'. mRrlager of �he Parkland Oolf Course. T.h' NI,l'!towls. by taking .t.'o doob;le thin, about thl!' 1'n;Iut Club t HRnson placing In more ' than. one I;he 24th l\ta,.be the (Iub would be In fa\'Of? or. hM donated a flvl!'·lnch sliver trophy he1fders from t he HayReds. first halt 5 S and also wlnn.lng from the ' � presented to the winner. Begln- champs Crt'ek '.JO:t'-� with nJcl!' fO:t; �.o�. C��I����r:��; P. L. C.) first' tr�Ck �am had a trout. '� P. K's" have established Ii comma�­ ':�::t.. fully l!'quipPI!'d nlng ·today, the t�maml!'nt.. which will ' "Ina: 101lf Harold Anderson In the pole v.ult. Who chancl;' to see plenty of class when the with. Je�d '!\'er the . tleld. ThI'y n�. and moutlL, n I be played by hlU\dlcaps, \10;11 continue' took second , place, HRndlcRpped by Yakima bo)'s exerted themseh'esl AI- a auhook, ilJf'I!'ad,.ndl thdro the ��� �:�rUb!�I;nreo;:�n��; C��!��:� : lfI �" . n .ba'l-k. throullhOUl next week. lack of proper trnlrilng. Rnd facilities. though th(' boys across the mountains n o�maUe am . o � the ·flag. but. thl!'Y h m n h T l the conferne\'ertheless the GIRdlators showed had things their own way. PtUU ) I � � � (;o mj.ul �y The glrls' ,baseball .sel!-o;on got under opponent... to cinch way Wedrresday whl!'n 'lie Freshman . are much promise and COach Ol'lOn plRns' ence track 'meet stlmulal(!d .lnt.ereU In �'ould Cladl,. atr.I n,e It. forgetLl no.!. SlIckl'tS took a r ' � tor Plans coU('ges. junior the all won Normals over .the Third )"I!'ar team 1-0 ' decision 10 igthetheonly to make 'a' real bid Rgalnst Yakima In IfRme thty definite track program for next. ),('ar O l on Lcu,'c� For EU!SI; with R score of 45·12, and the 2nd year pl�yed thiS year and are not next year s meet. counting l e I a e t r f l th f c D R ;�I ..:'R�� ed::h�;:��� k ( Y ut- � p� �!: :�r�l�����;:���� ;��:: Think�. Good ,leud ��::!��r�::�heUr��:�n�:�'g:!'�; �:f��� �:::II� �: �he�. �:��a�:ha:� A .\1\5 been announced "' .. follows: Frlda.y Olson made out the pla)'off schedule rci I YI. El1('nger 1M. V O·Conner. s,P:Or.ts calendar. 5. S. 'Po L. C.. Ath'iet1c Director C\H{ord O. Oboll May 11. second yea.r,vs. Lhlrd year, and wlth.the winner of the {Irst three out O\'ol�el1 ' M. The ramI'. of oW' baM:ballers Sut left Tuesday night ror an extended 'stay high schOOl vS . Lrberal Ar:.s : Monday ot five gJUnl!'s In the playoff being . the 880 yard rUIl-Klnll I Y wlde. As .!ar Ue In Ihl: East. 'May 20, hrt!h school vs, second �·ear. champs. Eacho( the two teams ha.'> the V.I. E. Al"lderson ( p, L. C,'. Erickson InC far n \· Th . 'GPu�· · vault-Moffel ' V ' . H. Ander. : �:eo �':Ih::ri,=I:�t:\·.eiaU;�� l:.7�� CIoach Olson ' �xpre.'>Sedt eh mi self as �:!�be�:� �al.. f��t:;:r >�:�:��� ���I:�e;! r;����tlt':re:.w�('���e'��rf7;; ��\'::� ,�'l �i;' pnhl 'P. L. C.' I and �:� ;':e� ;:�d t,:;:,'S:�U: �:� �:: I��:����:? )�/ �� �:, �::� ����yru:�a�i:. h=����I:�. r;i�:� :�:�:O���yT;� playoff will beg.ln Mon· , !lQUl'Ca· that prospects good [or fine tealris y ar. and LJberal Arts third year. Shot PUt-St("\'CIlS 'YI . Jasker 10. thrlUl!'r ,..·lth thl!' P. L. (;. Inl out' a 13 12 .\·ldory ell!'vl!'n. In all IIports n('xt )'ear as few men 110'11\ tOlrls' tmck teams ha\'e been chosen itelults of This WHII.'S Pia,. H. ' . Q' ulg 1 0. H.I , Ha�nsen I P. L. C.) Inninp . Wrdnl'5day thl!' met In be !Ofjt;.by ....g.. raduation In any sport. He by Mrs. ORpper. and the track meet NI,htowlll 7. ·tla,..ed., 220 yard dash-NO 'ak I YI. Durrel proslInd' wider Interest from 1m.. f0r, will � held some day nut wel!'k. · 10. SeaUle with tht SI,ht P. K', 1ft, Iris h II: P. K', '.VI . O'Connt;r , P. L. C. ' . Maxine . 10115 othe�) wlnnlnl lL&'aln. this Uml!' 11C�t1\'e st ents and athletes than e\'er U. Irish 5. ' H.I befort'. Dl<;cu�te\'elUi I YI. Kays IV Han_ by a 1 10 5 tount. _��_�;. Hoopnlcn Receive r �����::�: (�. �.: Durrel ;;1I v ' ;r('scott IL C I Resner I L t,,�:x�;e::'��� r �s;u:h�I :��le��c �:�� From Let ic rmens' Club iIIt1e� Of�h(" 1:JI('gt. The addition of a Quia: 10 H I Bednarik IG H ) jU )I--Elllnger 1M V.I. MofdreMl�g roo�d .hots('shoe court.:; A:l dlno('r he�their honor. May ili�A PRINTING ilir!'fA ' 120 yard low hurdJes-Maur 1M. V.I Broad ,Y O�Conner IP. L. C.) . Stevens thf.� year the first steps in his �9 :t�: :::U�I.' :� �O:�� �:�r �:: Ellinger eM. V.l, Moffet (Y I . cral� fett Y S I n opment. 3 am . e a of devel progr ,G. H.I ' ( ns Sta� Junior Colle'le Con(erencl!' cham- � ;I\\'()(elln-JaSker 10. H.I. S�\'(' Y . "" S( chr 440 yard dash-Durrel (VI. Ovonell � pionshlp, received permanent awards "----� 'der (M. V Hansen (P. L· IC.) {." N I .:J tu ( Icu ts 220 YRrQ high hurdles-Nowak (YI. froin the Let.lermell.5· ClUb. ,----(M. V.l, Hanst;n cP. L. C... Parkland Carage Aft Olson Conch r had prescn�d the e ' P sitions-. Tcachiu" G�.t o I I Ellinger e (0 . H nine members of lhe leam with gold' I QUig ,( Mile run-Kay IY,. Ma.ur 1M, V. .. . bMketbnlis, lhe squad chose Gene Jack t E. Hauge announces ) . C. Peler$On, Prop. E. Anderson L. C.I. Machin f O. H. . hDte:1II dPhilip honora.rJ' captain for the 1934-35 G Barber stud ents.have (we ille 110,mal . P.rkl.nd. Wuh. . , A 3817.R5 880 yard rI'IR),-Yaklma. Mount Ver- l n season. Brookdal(' Art Daniels. Prop. non. sec ured teaching positions for the. com- Those who received the awards were: +--. P. i.. C" Grays Harbor. [i!" . : .. ...... .. .. . ...... .. .. .. ..... .... ... ... . ' til Ing !'Chool year. Many of the gradu , se SO i --+- - N . . Tommervlk. Ford e n. il l k Ja C � atl'." receive their po.�ltlons through Sanderson. Votaw, Moe. and Fadness. { Member c.orn the recommendations of the school. 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. slud�nt bod,. TIlt! senkJr c�ht l>&rty ",,11\ be O ,ViIt Grad - M�mbers of t.l)e sc,P.L. C lass of �"�nh\W hooCl picnic on FrI.. G ins �� mecom� �oncert in hf'I,d Mond ll.i e� nlnl.. �Ith �; party ien('e-a in A.laska �u:'d I:.ab· uale ' Class N ight; Uaccalaur- held thcalr annual ! . r n rador; 1';lertion Tuesdny t t l un d l e�lte W ill be June I. :'. . ' i;:�'u:: �( �hfe· af�:a��n!:�:�.� T J �. ��eU:i�g'S uy 'l"I\\'��KatO';I: O'::C-k�eII:���'O:� . At a meeti.ng of the Otrman Club. ment ",'as ba.seball pme In which Concluding Commen«m('n�rcl.scs at PaclUc both succeq.ful M':I'5On. the ha\'e been l..lay 9. but. i· mishap 1.0 Tue,5day . May, 14. Rev. A. S\.e'::ker. a bo};.s and IIll'ls partldPf'ted. 1"01. be h ld M nd former ml5ll10nary to Ala/lka and Lab· relILYs and. P. L. C. "Choir 'of 't:hiY\v�t': under the the chartered boat. �8Sft.aled l1)e �\�\�I�:I�u7\�I1���rdWi\�1 the C�lIege °au;: lowing this. � . radar. addre5.'IM the dub 01"\ hla ex· torlum. .....ILh a claM of sc\'enty·t .....o re- \'arlou5 other foot . ",ces .were ·held. direction of ProfeMOr J. O. Edwards I>O-�lpohement. perlen�5 a nlIMionary.. and showed ed !=el\"lnll' dill]omlUl. Thirty-four are grad- MIl'r which .supper WfUI ser-y . rendl'� a -hor.Qecom.1ll� 'colleen be­ Arnold AlldenlOll. gl'netRl chairma'l of Ilath'e handlcr'1lft. Ululng from UI(' Normal dCI)arlment. Commlltee5 In ehafJc of. a"'1UlI'e- fore a crowde<l allditorlwn' Sunday e\'e. f� lhe affl!-lr., announces that: .. picnic, exhibits Spel;lal featUres of �he talk were his \I ' � �: 1 Arts. and thlr. :el: :�:: g��e7r�:7t:I�����; �llng. �ay 1 2 IH tile Trinity Lutheran hll�ch will be scn'e<I and' that tickets descriptionS of gigAntic Ictlbergs.\..thr. �:�I �)�� ��;��I �� a s. r Church. The p�.ram was spons�re<l awr.·lnsplrlng northern lights. Qnd E.sThe Baci:alliureat�· scrnces "'HI be. Emmett Thofi1 llson: lunch. lone Mad. by . and tile Trlnlty Luther:a. t;l Choi klmo life and .hablts. l\{'id III the Trlility Lutheran r l\U.ng . Church sen. c·halrman. Pauhne Kuhn. Judith p eeds .....en� toward the renO\' Rev. 'A, Steekf'r /Il1't"55ed the ract th�t aL S p, M. Sundl\.)·. June �\\'o Dr. C. R. BellSOn. Hal Johansen. and Norma.. roc Dr of the church auditorium. Tinge . lstad e'rt . �r C;e.ator hAA In e\ ery pl"Cf! pro· als SWlInSOIl. of Seattle. 111' 1 O' li Preus: enterta1nmf'nt. 'Evelyn Irwin, e��� ::;�I: �' � :'hlnls . th�t 'UI 1 r l e ation Va Brief On ' z� c ��r:; ; 7t . ��li;r:u � ;� Clf��I:�� r . �����r:!� , :��: IS I c �r �� : � ���: l � � ���� s t n ��l�C=�l� ! ; t :�:�� : m t I c . n Ph illi s. i w e te e p : = :��� :� ' � :��� �:�:%a���:o�� Do p Pf:�i:� C:��e:�:� o� l ��rr. 8� I �:��:� o: ) . l.uthernn . hurch 1 �rs ca . wards: I\'y in front of Lhe. malh butiding aHer . to 5erve next fall wtll take place l . y n n m ln A which there .....11\ be a PT98ram In �he ReVe-NeSYlg Speak S TIle P. L. C. Cllolr tlugmenl..ed by the Presldt.rit. 0, A. Ttnge1�5tad Ie(t las� j !U1,e:::�OO , I M''-' college auditorium. Commlt�ees In· · Trlnlty ChQlr clORd the progra� .wlth F.rIdR), for a brld \'acaUon In the ""'" >, ,�� ' ln".·o, M. �y M'·�h,,', i garet Roi"tm. and Oertrude Brunner or Lhre-e ,uumbe InclUding mO ch l r I conml\tec· Evelyn ' At Ch. apeI EXer.CISe� " group l n b) . a pan!cd t.e po !Je1! I 8CC was He lns: !'m A U, ' has n ap in d. Ir:'�� c�:I:rm�l� �lslHunter� Eugene "Bea)litful Savlour,J wlth ��e s610 by . a BWlI"o),ne: dccor:a.tlon cO"1mittcc. Ja,ne . Gi.,·es "Challen R'e oC My Li fe"; ,Mrs, Olson. dU'et:tor of the Trinity groul) of friends, . , I A reading ':'y Jean Armour nn( l WIlliams. c hairman: Arnold Anderson. Boosts Ch l'istiu n ' Educil tion Choir. "The VI.slon of Chr ist" IUId I:n� :I';: b� N'orm� Preus compr1sed IS s at ' ! � �:� lAlulse Jack.'lOl"i.. Eldon Anderson, Olaf Rc\'. M, L. Nesvls:. Seattie pastor, ��I�::I�=�I lg·" In which Rev. Svare IlR��:reO:;�:t �1s � :e �:�{ v:at h r m I . proph{"(;y, Rachel ' Flint: will, . Ordal: on"·�th(" subject "Challenges 01 My d for se\"�n ')'�R.r5. H!! suffer· Milton Nes\·lg. The "'m and propht'Cy spoke ,.' .ho" hor he hf\S hA .,' II .. .. . Life" al the regular ch'fI�l hour Wed- O"' ... ln. Ih. n."l ... attnck weeks Il.go and Swens'On Says Man both to be' wnU<:n to carry out the I nesda},. through taken Wash trip extendixt an . had not full), ri.-.\ICveral"· Following �re a few pointed co.vered. The Board of , Mu t Challge First Dutch theme. which Is being planned r('marks from . ini"ton and Oregon ana hn..s sung In his addreM: ' � I for llle program, urged him mcetlng. I last 8 a!\,lt. In .. also Tt.lIl>tA.'C. and churclles local eml . ent('r WfI,:; a desire " My foremost to \..IlkI' this vacation. Cllflstlan IIl�tHutlOn.· Wh)'? To find nnd Auburn. l:ompllre!l the Ruftsinn Youth W t o . 'p(> the ..uralice of l\8lvaUon. '"t h ose choir members who ace nrc and s:radu· S. l lIee We<lncOOay. Dean Ph. E, Hl\. u ge. /\I ovement ,to Christian's Faculty ives ) Be ' "'When peoplc see, )·ou come from a atlng are Dllic Quale. 'Rhoda Hoken· find Prof. J. P. Pflueger have bel'n fit. ChullenMC Honored' by L. D. R. dlChristian: school they eXIX'c't to be stad. Thelma Daniels. Amy Gilbert. lending thl' Paclflc Northwest District d g th I �.:��l!.y, perha)", Whl'll )'OU too �!�� ;��:��.a:d;:;�:�o�w��� Convention of tile Amerlcnn Lutheran m�=:g:���:�!� by �v�'��l�'8:�� Members'�f.' the L, D, R, wUJ honor I f III address his , n I M.lnneapoliso SOil. Se· n I church Poland's . He\· lit Church' and Nes\'lg. Milton Myhre . Bert son, for school Christian R of out bee!'. e l . t.he facults .... 1\·e5 with a special pro uw IMt Tuesday. as the filth:', TI lese men 'e attending the chapel ofexercises grnm Ilt the last meeUng ot" the club tlllrtr yell.l;s. you ""ill 'reallU' It.s grcat Osten Ellasen, movement the ,YOUth slogan ent t I't" \'ftlut'. Interest cOn\ Lhe In Pacific of lon 'ent to be held next Thursday afternoon "The Lutheran I,1lspla)' the Ce.lh 3:30 o'clock In the College �l$�v. Swen· �I�e�u.�� , ,, �,,.ge to obtain the SUI)port ':I���:�;�� Rec.eive N'ew OL,<",hh�" ad�.c I� .... ... tllr}' of PrQl1:res., Elq>Olilllon la..�t year ... .,.. RoOm. man )'oung Sf'ts out to a "When me. had to been dL",lla}·s All challenge hft.'> wa.. the usually .. I)rogram Is being flITlUlae<l under cllanged Positions oneDr.toTIngelslad q,>e wor.ld hl: first must change hThe for the �ond yenr's exhibits attend these cOn\'eullOM : but cllange 'd e dl I f , hl la): ) dls Of'thiS B LuUleran the"mouo l c �� ' ' �:��::: U et �. R. ';:s:n�. :::Il has been ::,. �:n��e.��gS :���\�t��:�h:� ���n these yOllng RUMlam started s r g s ���!��' '�::'���:r:;atl�el��U;)' ��� the has nl'Ce5.'lltatCd his taking thl� vaC8- their demonstration. they plWCd by the ���l �:�:17: �he�:u��/:\,�I� �l : changing we pasl. tlon. Sa"crucUled a Go!;pel of Ilpondlna- to the ""elcollle areetlnc_ Pro_ lor ::b��:�a=� of their d'e"':l le�er to gr:a.m numbers Include a plano solo by !' " , "When ChriStl�ns set out change Eline Benson. a \'ocal 11010 by Pauline the world they should nO.t first pus Watts. a talk by ValbofJ Norby. a c1ar- Leaguers Meet In by dead leader . but should, have their Lee. Jenny Is In worklllg BeillngInf't solo by Marjorie Meade. and U\r lnS: Leader. Christ., tJt.Jore thcm: d a \'ocal trio by Aida Johnson. MJldre<l Swenson. who Is very prominent Tacoma, May �..5 ��I�: c�he was week·en visitor at for till' third consc<:uth'e year the InRev. Monson. and Irene Odell. accompanied �he Augwtann Synod and 1& on the NorrnRIl Jenson. has been ch�n Moorilllj: MMI hn.s receh'ed First Class COl\.5t by Edna Tobiason . for conferences. WIUI accompan\t:d Mcctlng at Our Savlour's Lutheran tellcher of the sc\'enth al)d honor Rating In the AII·AmerlcRn from Seattle Another future of the mt'eting will tiy or, Sw.anson and Rev. In TAcoma. the Luther Leagu('s elght.the be the election of presldent for next ofChurch orth Paclflc District hC'ld their I h grades. and of music In the NeWSllRpt'r CritiCAl Service by the Na· Bengstoll. the N year. The other officers will be elected t>;li'eJrth IUInual com'entton. May 4. I grade school And \hlgll sChool at Ash· lIonai Scholl\.5t1c Press A..55oclatlon. . lord. Washington, next fAll. The Mooring Mast Wl\.$ .one of 214 � .:................,..................,.........."......,..... "...I"!11. . Ilnd 5. Or. Selmer E. Berge, Pre.�ldellt of thc I Ruth Vall Hoven. '34. who has been collr�e newspapers which .... ere sent to : . Aruendment About S tu- . International Luther Leagues. was till' teaching a!,. the Jllson Lee school In the N. S, P. A headqulU'ters [or crlt· � a g com'enllon speaker on the t.heme, ! Tacoma. wUJ teach at the ArtondaJe I dent BQdy Elections u�;::��;�: ��� i FreB�,�S:��f r::t�lsusitn h�f�� �� ;n; c . �: t r r I Cr t . Fro� �:!�:�. �:=;. �::r : �� ��:�. S :::e: �:�::. �, �:x�e:::� Mar. ruary. and was rated In accordance ' KIMBALLC��:I��C COODS 1 'ton to teac� .at thl' Lakewood School �I�� �:k�Uallty !r'� :t:. r5�y]ecuno; ii..... ...."......,..........,........... ".. :o�nc=I V:::=����t)'o!:� so!.:� and Rev. Alt. Kraabel spoke . on the I at topic dwlslons. Lakl'wood, Washington nexl year, writinG. an;��� GlU'et Rorem. e: Pac fic Lutheran CoUege arranged I Arthur Spencer, '33, has accepted the The paper .....as�estl:� Enid HuLson eommlssloner of ad�e compared with bl' r· the progr:a.m for the banquet held Sa.t· I prlnclpalshlp.al Irregulars 79c the Soutlr American weeklies of other Junior tlslng: �nn� Mano�. Colleges IUld a a h H I ��� �! �:r:��:::.� ot ��� �:� Lake Schoo!. He Is teaching at Pa- received the best raUng on Its head'Regu lCl rs $1 , 00 & up cless represcntath'e: and clflc City present. Pflueger. high school lint'S. tYIXlll'aphy. and make-up. The Berger Jacobson. '30. will teach In lowest rating received W85 on news were w\anlmously elected. 939-941 BrOadway tt c t u ' e. I 10 The followlna amendment to da� af�:;!�� �; 5� �:: � � �. th Bremerton School s),.stem next year. wrltlns:. .... . ..... . . n r,. ·······'···'�·��T·E�O..'�·Ri�v..·E.. :·;';�'O��''''''" ��' J:::' '::,:ro,;:�' '�Ol� .;; :::: Rev. Nc..ig Spcaks at LIEN Cr SELVIG S ER C E In several other numbers. ' - LIs t l\1iSSiOll i\lcc tin g dAted tu e t otrlcers and. represent.. Choral Union.the . : convention as dele- , Hoy A. Pl�h.'I'SOIl tlve� !lhaJ1 be lbe .first Wednesday At.tendlng Druggists from the Parkland Trinity fte t.h ll.r!Jt d I Ma ' e gates . ( . I I l \ \ �" N I ! I I ') S a g �; :�n �::: : Church were William PlIeu6er. Isabel spe�:�r :���e ���;��In� �f�:e ��:� � ' !1;rU��:�I� �IUl i '(. � 1+ . 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Fos''s Conunl"ttee Is Calendar Trinity Lutheran Church. Or. C. R. The SagR. whose theme this year Is Organlzm ' " " g Chnrch· or th. O"ruem.n. Ed"It M()orI"ng Mast , S.""",n,n P"'''' T...' . the Fortieth Anniversary 01 the found· h c Ing of Pacific Lutheran College. Is most Support For P. L. C. W. A. A. Track Meet, 2 : 40. Neif School Year :;�::;. �c �� �: ,!:��;. :rlll�h��� appropriately dedlcRted to the great Swanson clnss prC8lden�. Included men or vision who e5\.abll�ed this iri� ContaGting E,·er.y Church in Dis- Clas� Night. ��:rn;y M. In OymvloFrithjof Tnyet Appointed Busi'- o'n the program wHl be nsslum. Ivy PlanUng a� 7 :50. stitutlon In 1894. lin solo by Lewl.o; O. Huin.er and' a groUI) Manag�r; Faculty (rict ·to Aid in Finances; EIDUferlng from former Sagas In �he Appro\'es' Choices by the eollege a eapella choir. The colB" """ U" :' :I. ,S� manner of"'t.ype and euts, the yearbook \'estrom Reports to Students 8 ,'OOd"p, M, �'n'"� lege pastor. R,ev. T. O. Svare. wtll eond\splays the 'Trafton Script on aJl title Our [:eld agent, Mr. Victor Eh'estrom, Lutheran. Faculty Reception [or At a meeting of thr Associated Stu- duct the serviCe!!. Following the ,wore I n and ;Visiting a h n r [ on I I 1 h l e �:cgt��g ��e c,:��!\�: �h:� a�u��: in his chapel address iast Monday, re- ��:�I::lt�' ��:�: :; r ���o �e :it1�� :� :�� �����e:� ::��;I;h:l:;t�; the Foss com_ Monday ties done In the nO\'('1 Flush cut and ported on the ....·ork of of Mooring Mast for� friendS. edltor-in.chlef of th..: . this scl)ool. Commencement, 8:00 t!n,ted a delicau g�en. These utel- mit\e-eP for the sUPIXlrt P. M. Audlthe coming school year. For the poet As the cHmax to the: fe!ltivltles. Com­ lent photographic' panels ha\'e brought n;� ;�;:a��th����ml��hea�e� "lon).lm. Dr. J. C."K. Preus. Speak· of bu.o;lness man�rr, the Board cl;tor;e mencement will be held Monday night ;:�:� ���:7.,�o:,'h,,:;,:�u�:,� ' '7.' 23 d Indh'lduaL<; may stand shoulder to �nd , uly 17 to�:;; an .soc Ial thr glimpses of August caught clever fall 0 Pr is h f a dd supporting P. L. C. and to ./\ IJ lite and school c\'ent.<>, and the students shoulder �lss Holtcaml) 15 a freshman In the :r �I� �::� a �em:ei Of. �: ��� \ in a practical way by providing . and facult}' as they re-ally are. 'Ole naid normal department, and has been ac- allng class. that of the funds . cost yearly Cessary l' kicking post Is not to be forgotten, tlve'durlng the past year 011 the staffs T� open the exercise Dorothy An­ m�y be- balanced In cash. Co�um S,- S. loglng of standlng straight and tan on the title operation both of our litudent publications. In del'SOn will play the prOce5llionai alter r ' e t O ' pa.ge-r:. fricnd to all romlUlcen:;. fall semester she wo.s·a.swclate 00- �;hlch Rev. O. L. Haavlk, president of gl;�� o! thOr:�;� �:�I:� �:: t�� :�� Thrill Audi�nce at the ltor of the Mooring Mast and In the the College Board Tnatees, wtiJ rive For the labor and effort In produc- ment of outstanding obligations, The C olorful Operetta . spring semes.trr she was co-assoclli.te the fnvocatlon. Dr.orTinge\ltad tlon this splendid annual which s\gnl-. borrowed Is to be paid back over a will 5&Y etlitor of the Saga. She Is graduate a few wo�ds of welcome, followed by a fies "The Dream �Rlized" gratitude 15 period of the ten Years. due to Thelm/\. Da.nlris. editor, and her The mrmbcn; of thl' committee are : Pauline Watts, Bob Svare Star, in of the-8edro Woolley High School and double piano .nwnber by Nonna preUII efllclC'n� staff. Rev. H. L. Foss, president. of Pacific Leads; Oriental Setting Cre- during her senior year she served as and Rhoda Hokenstad ..Alter Dr. Prew's On the ed,ltorlal staff are Helen Holt.- district. Rev. Theodore Hokenstad. fl- ated by Japanese Costumes editor ?f the school paper. the "Cub." addreas a trio, composed of Mrs. J, O. Mr. Tayet. the new business head. Is Edwards. Mrs, Ph,. E. Hauge and Rev, camp and Jame.o; 01l1l1an: i\S5OClate nanctal secretary of the PacinI' dlsIn the normal department. T. O. 6va.re, wUl sing. In conelwlon Dr, editors. Evelyn Ecklund, Evelyn Syve!"- trlct. Rey. S. J. Ylvlsa.ker, financial Presenting a beautiful display of a sophomore son. Franc!.o; Archbold. and Bertrum setretat)' of the North Puget Sound Japanese pagt'antr)' amid a colorful He ha.� r�elved a great deal of training Tlngebtad will prfsent !.he diplomas to commercial field. ha.ving taken the grad)ULtes. Myhrt-. ncth'ltles: Rachel Flint. EI�n circuit. Re\'. T. O. Svare, flnnncial sec Oriental setting th� Drama_ClUb com- Inwothe t and a half yean; 01 accounting and Following a Dutch Oarden Idea. the B ergstrom. Ida Merz. and Harry Orib- retary o.r the South Puget Sound cir' bohm. cJ&.s.s edltors:,... Eld01.! Anderson cult. Mr. Ludl'IS Larson. college busl- pleted the CUJT('nt selLSOr, with the pre- st\'eral other com.merclal courses. Serv-· class night progTam wUl be under the t e f h and Judllh Benson, athletics: Valbors ness �anager. and Mr. VIctor Elves_ ��::� � : ;:� � ���� � e�: !��s ;: :c�:�:��� ;�ac��:1 ::ri::!! !U:�:� o� EV�: !:,l; �en= y v a, , t f in b t .dan.lucese I)y Eldon ��:: }A' ;:O�dO:��::n�=;�asc�:� �:;�t::�se�� :�:I��Sah��g��' ���. ��: enthusiastic audience. The production In handling the rtnances ot college pub- Folk Anderson, Bert Drama Iicatlons, Myhre. Her\;)ert Norgaard, Vlrwtnla rison a,FtJsts· Louise Jackson person- gon circuits ha\'e been contacted and cwas dl�cted by Mr. Keith Reid. M there 15 no class In Journall.o;m a.t Mahncke. Virginia. �n. DUll' 9Uale, als; �Ifge �nson. Elizabeth Friis. ty- ha.. aCCf'Pted their allocations. f.,�fA. lub adviser. ther9.fl College. the Mooring L11a Rudd. V�mer Bitter: Wooden shoe pt.sts: Prof�s.sor N. J. Hong. adviser. A. H, O. Erickson. p�sld�nt of th!! The beautiful soprano voice of Pacln:: Lli "Miss .Cherryblos- Ma�t put Ollt by the students them- dance: Rhoda Hokenstad and Mary fWland S"'anson, business manager Pacific District Women's MLsslonary Pauline Watts as that the r('.!;ponslbility lying UP- NaSh: Folk sonp: Amy Gllbert, LouIse with ves, �I with of Bob Svare hRd as his staff: William Pflueger, clr. rrde,"'lons, has presented the cause som" bl�nded the department heads. Those who I J�ksOn. ,Ellz.abeth Dahl, Norma. .Pr'eus, culatlon manager: Aida Johnson.... Irene f}f P. L. C. to her organi%atlon at the as; Jac� to thrill the audience with their on the editorial staff r«eive Jane Wlllla�, Harry Gribl:!Ohm. tJoyd for chosen are romance was Additional songs. love g wa.shOdell and lone Madsen. circulation so- district aud circuit meetin s in one or t.wo credit hours for their Thompron, Osten EUasen. ,Paul Preus, Hclton; Clifford Mesford, ad\'ertlsing Ingtoll. Oregon, Rnd California. The fum�ed by Mlld�d Monsonasas Jessl- e1II�0ther rk. IConUnued on Pace Fourl Thompson· Harry. Emmet and ca. · . 1 ap. annual Erling give W to . manager: JeRn Armour. Larson M. F. Is striving and Vern Knull:en, advertising sollcl- PI'l'c!atiolls and to increase the memo Eldob Anderson played t.he part of lead. .Osten ron: FrithJol Tayet. accountant: and bershlp of the Development Assocla- Kdkemo. {he comedian Mr. Lud\'lg Larson, adviser. tlon from the present nearly 10,000 to Ella.o;.en ga"e an excelll'nt portrayal ot Oh, 15.000. Luther Leagues are asked to the role of the high ana npble politi· .. sponsor each year a special prOiram to clan, Togo. The girls in the American Unsung Hero Gets bring this cause before a.1I Lutherans, chorus wore whlU and black SPOrt out­ Graduates Expre-ss Their Feelings tits In the first act and formals In the ) ou ng es�ec!any the " peoPle , ' n�k . himself last two ac\.5. whlle.the American boys '..J __'_ � Deserving Credit .Rev. Foss .d&; .... confine to the Coast bUt'rrdits rt'spanse In the wore .whlte trousers. dark coats, and Forty graduating classes of p, L. . C, and !.heir lasting trlendshlp: Realizing .o; l raw hats. The The leRd!> of opert'ttas and plays are East. also. PresJ dent Skindlov of t.he · �Isha. girls In color- have preceded !.he present one. They' school da}'!> are over. I berin to reallu flashed out In headlines: the cast is Recky Moun.taln dlslrict Is lending his lui Japanese costumes added a native each have been a group ot the highest that now It means shUtlnr for myself. written In ltallca, but. seldom Is seen aeth'e suPPort. Rev. Hokenstad haa touch to the production. Both chor- type 01 men and ....omen. . as Is the I will mLu the choir a rreat deal." the nrunes of those "'ho make the per- approached the Lutheran Brotherhoods uses sUPP9:'Ud . the cast with singing with the graduating class" of 193.<;. . Carl CoIt...m . : "I have enjoyed my and ' clever dancing. Its members areJust. as enthusiastic. as ..trier" stay at p. L. C. formanCf' possible. We th1rlklng also, Special credit for U!.e succesS of thls aetlve and as traditional as any other Mary Nub: '''OOh�r I don'" want' to now of one Individual who, for U!.e la.st operetta Is due to SholD Ha.5epwi who class. They are In full accordance wl!.h leave. I' shall mlsa the Innuence. of two years. has had full charge of the 0 b S· m to p r esent furnished !.he Japanese eostwnes and the rapid growth and progress of P. the Chrtstla.n at.mOllJlhere' that prestage managing lor all OCC&!Ilons. r en I e . Being Inte�sted In el�trical work. Concert Friday, Ju�e 7 'stage setting necnsary for the. presen..: L, C. They are lit representatives of dominates here." . taUon. Thanks are also due to Mrs. our'educatlonal Institution. Sydney GluM: "Three times should he has made It a hobby to meddle around. rewiring the (ym. installing The T'rInlty Luther League announces Yoro!.Ugy. Mrs Kusumoto. �. Dr. A few 9f the graduates ,",ave been In· be enough for one to rraduate from any new flood lights. furnishing new re- II concert to be given next FI'lday eve· Kunlta, and Mr. O. Takemato who ' Urvlewed as to thdr feelings toward .schooL" n�tors, �modellng the property rooms ning, June 7. In the chureh audltorlwn, : aided the members 01 the cast. In ret-- .school, and toward leaving. It see� Thelma Daniele: " 1 certainly hate'to . and ,connecting' base pJup-aU 'such featuring Orben Slme, who will present tlng Into , the . compllca.ted Ja.p&ne&e to be unanimous teellng regardinr leave It." . . leaving_II �read .sa}1qg· thetr laSt Arnold An'!lenon: "I have enjoyed things which add In everY way to Ute Theremln and Pitchfork cello ' selec- cOlltumes. e e o e r oo d tio O v U p �::;� St��ev��r, :� Sf:O= ::·lts J�t �eet1ng, on May 19. WIl- �:� :� c;:::::�;�� ::: :�:��: t:: soSC;e �f �eS· se=��� !:: · �e;:11 � '�u;tr��e���ele:' £IdO.D AJ:uienoD: "I conSlde� p, L. C. Portia .MIrier: "I ret a lump In my the momlos. he 1& heard hammering lIam Pflueger and Waltet Young gave ·t!ng and JlihUnr. and tinkering. retune' really ' for. dresa reports on the recent Luther Leque oUrtng4 inUrmlSaion of the second as a capable in&tltutJon of learning. It th�t whenever 1 think of leavtnc." rehearsal. When the· tJme comes. the conventJon. The nst 01 the p� and thlrd acts. Arnold And��n, pres!- has a most elClclent. ·faculty. who put Seoa Jobnaon: "I·thlnk the reaaon lights art' Ril Set to go · on. He pulls consisted (If a farewell talk to the rrad- dent of the'prama Club, presented Mr, �I'OM to. the studenta what they desire I hate to leave Is because I 1Ilr.e school. curtains and turns the dawn into day- uata by Rev. ,Bva.re. a plano aelec:t1on l\Cld �lUi Ii .brief· � in app�tlon to learn. One oot ooiy obtairu reneral I h�d great memories of school here,;' . lIgpt-moming into evimlng. Cohden.:. by Dorothy Anderson. 'a ' vocal 1010 by tor hls unUring eftorts in worklne with education, but spiritual educatIon &II AnDe Job_: "I lUi:e ·It.. Th'lre Is tousnesS Ls his virtue. His reW8l"d Is Oste� EUasen. Paul ArmStrong led the·.cast. Mrs. Dapper. Mrs Taylor. an'l 90';11," . aomet.b1oc' &bou't P. L. C. Uiat mates smal l, but our appreclaUon Ls rreat. 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' 2� - "72 Former P; L,C�Gins , B, BOB MONSON ' f m To Be ·June Br des ou��;���::S O�l��� �t!.e�n�:lil�! i . CALENDAR OF HA. HA'Slet us wish IUId work that th� beautl. Reme�ber a !�w Illonths buck when Emmett Thomp· '. .MIss-He)�n·Colilns. '33. of La Gr,,?de, fill dreams mil)' com� truer son ate �\'en pieces or cake at one slUing? , . . A.nd a Wn..�hrl1gton, lind Mr, Rolf� AnderE. ! I sat,me down to dream' such R dr�am. 'few weeks aa:o when Herb and Helen didn't know.each of so� Oregon Portland will . ma � r� 1 Rlld ' the number ,three-sacre<l symbol! other exL� tect? . . . ha! hR! Now loott! , . . It was In rl�d·Sulldl\y. June. The nup will Septembt'r of last year that HAPPI-Ness got the. nick· ta.ke plMe at four 0'91ock theUe.!sMeth- -wov� Itself Inlo my · dream. ni� In times ten an'tf'ihree years �ore my name tacked on to her. and she's been �avJng a grouch ocUst Episcopal Church In Eatonvlll�. memory drifted ba.ck pR3t my IMt �\'t�:r since , , Last Oclober 'when EVEREIT Lipps washl?gton. Graduate,S Htlt'e He(lvy pr�.sellt Miss Collins graduation at· Pacific 'LUtheran Acad­ finally conVinced the dormers that he reail}: wasn't a Is teaching In AtBordeaux. Washlnp:ton, emy In 1902. to my frl'llt contact 'with professor. but Just wa.lktd that way to keep h15 hair Ubligations 1'0 Mee� th�lr honeymoon they plan Colleg� Seniors (y�a. the capltal5 from ralUng down O\'er his face . . In November leavell Following to lh c In Portland. \Po'here Mr. Ander_ Important). three times th� times " SomC' II) II,C' .\'urti), thC' fl1Sl, thC' SOll/h, w�re dryIng up and Bucky and Irene w�re just blossom­ son 1:'1' working. thre� of them. th� tw�nty_sev�n m�m_ EIl(h II) th" bill/I" 01 fil" gon lorlh. Ing out In a lonly twosom� . . hat Now look! . But 11/1 ilion" th"y mllft li8hl it 011/. The big event for De�cm!>er was ARNE'S fUlllon with On Jun� 12. ML'IS Hulda Simonson. bers of the Class of ' 1903. th� largest. 81'/ 1101 III Ihe IImshine, 1101 in Ih" rllin. DAHLE . . . If Arnie Anfl�rson hRd had hls way, h�'" '301.. of Astoria. Ore-gon and Mr. Pre<! In Luth�r College history up to that. Nut in Ih.· "ghl of ·t� sl.i1S Imtold ... ould ne\'er ha.\·� madet!6.nUary the hectic mO,:!th .that JcS&'n of Tacoma will be "'ed at th� tim�. n was a beauttrul. Inspiring he did . . . Ounng thelfi�t week of school. when �\'ery­ home of .th� I1rld�. MI.s.s Simonson ls class, graduating In th�'Jubllee yuz. of Shall A'" ('le, I1ff 1II('('I' 1184In. Or b" 41 A'C' A'C'rC' ill IhC' daYI of old. bod}' liked II:ch othtr �� their looks, KrUll, Hauke, teaching at Orl't!ndale, WMhlngton thLs th� Synod organized flrty y�ars be'ror�. 8uI 41 SlllPI Ih41 f'4H 411d 1IIor" (hurdy go Orady, Holtcamp. "me ' (U1d �g�rup paired off. went to )'ear. Followhlg the ceremony they In· In 1853. Always at tht thourht of.thla :::� . g gaIiOn O( gas a�tter�d all the way I tend to IIv� In the resrd�nce of . Mr, class there 15 "glory &bed around"; so Exchanging thtlr tidings upon Ih( sell; �� ::':s. also now In my· dream. . Jes..�en In Tacoma. $0 f am ri(h(, for Ihou 1 knoA', PERSONALITIES 'pLUS-.. Nor th.., poor(,. 1 /TUII, by m(:' OUt of· our three Iroups .at P. L, C._ The year s all around ladles' man Is Osten. who hall high school. Ubel:ftJ arts, and norml.l­ To II K'i I' IICW pusiliollS, to tlld!' honws, tu raled SC\'en' and routed seven . . We vote for Hazel as C h�e1 Gleanings comes our btautlful Class of 1035. our higher SdlUOls of il'llrninj.! Ilwy Sl'attcr, lIud wc the most popular girl IWOI] by a neck) . . . For the best Contrary to the �xpectatlons or phy- largest tv�r. three t1m�s thr�� Um�s wish thrill SUlTess whercn'f thl'Y go. TIII'y all around bOy, W� cast our ballot for Johnny l around . slc.lall.'; the averale length or life has thcU.hlrd 'power of two In number.' to I'arry with tlWIlI, WI' trust, pleasllllt 1ll1'lllOrics �501 . . We would sa� that Toby was the year'S best Increase:d during the depressloll. These climnx our fortieth anniversary )'�ar. of Ihl' fille linll's at P. L. C. ant! wc know w\' golddlgger (take your pick out of that mountain . ' years have brought many bl�sslngs. These seventy-two young people come shall' always l"t'I1II'l1Ihel' thc good times WI' had Odell Is found to hR,'e been the blgg�st puzzle of tbe 00nng�lstad 01lt of the large::>t P. L: C. student body with 1111'111. Tlwv ha\'!' hl't'n 10 tiS the el'II()f)tli � o t ff o e o o yet, given us In a yrar wh�n we 'moat ' The "world" has made serious Inroads needed IllCllt of a l l thul lhl" sdwoi slunds fUI·. u n d we :�r: ;: �tt;; ���� �I:: r�! ����\h� �:;':td� �.�: Inlo their Inspiration. And aaaln, the organizations of th� church. In hopI' thai WI' nlll l'arry till as \\,\,11 as IIlt·�· hu\'(' trail Inlo class late without causing a now of But the purest churchu gr�w could my dream. th�re 1.,'1 "glory shed up In the around." dtllll'. .erbal lava from hIs exc�l1enc)! up front. ces.spools or crime and vlc�. What Is · \\ l·lI. IWH" S Itl ,'(lll, Sl'lliul":'.... YOll have sd Il n s u e at I t e : o :e � I God Himself Is R Trlnlty' ln UnIty. liS an I·X<'lIllplt- .lo s'h'in' aftl'r, and wc will n c, ­ th�'::Il:� �I� :n� � n w��:s �� ��:� �s � :� ; required s a Splrlt·fmed church. ' I'r furgd -yuu. \\' h)-'rc\'tL'" yuu gu, and what.ever c� the bed . . , . w� Ilr�� alrald of V�m getting by In h� �e ��e ����e�:;::��n ::Sc::� ' :.:r:�d�n �:;a�=k.H.!nm:�t �:a� on m d tr yUll du in Ihe ftll m't', lIcver furgd your st.:hool, n h f n O I d that "now abld�th raith, llIltl Ihe ideuls Ihal havc alwa\ �;. �� :�=':t�!t ���! ��!,� li��e ::00:� ��::� Uanlty Ilhd th� unregenerate world. sured byhHim, - 's hccll hcrs. To Pflueger :;::�� :;i���seth��ha'!;�;': :::y �: ynu, teachcrs, goes Ihe rcspollsibility of the ouUide . . , OVERHEARD In the ha1l: "Alter all. fools younger .generation; lIlay you infl ue ll l'e them Il1llk� IIf� amusing. Wh�n all the tools are dead I won't ullbroktn presence or these three Chr14. fur thE. j.!lIod ill t' "l.·ry th iu g thai yuu do, On want to be alive " . . Now, we know why Rolph seldom \ Llan gra.ces Ih th�·h�ait.s or th� ��m_ ,·utl. !,t lsiul'SSIlH'Il. sdlUlurs, und hume-builders s t t ' hers of the Class of 1935 be th�1r abid: ' � �::: �: � �7 iii'S the duty IIf shllwiug the type of school yuu ;:�:!s re s ��\��g ���r:��. � . ��o�� O � ��� ;::-:;: �n soUJCe -of Ma,. 18 ��:��� � . : allt'uded. tlntl Ille kind of idl' als yuu follow, Ing upon her honor thaL no man had ever kissed her 8erlfLiot Vopn g � I t '� a y I t :\Iuy you fulfill YOllr mfssi-on successfully; ��� . . O. A, TINOE.UITAD: �::; �.;�:oU:thte�l:g :�:� � �::;.:r���;o:: �� !� :�r�:; ��;;re IlItI\' . \'ou SUl'('CCti in 1111 111 111 ,"UII undertakc, � U d �h� dn't even stop ror a t�nnls blill. '--:\I ar)' Moehle �:; �o�: �A�� ��ri;:REH;�:�: . !:�: !iI MayU To Carl. Sidney, Lyell and Ole. for who school held no FerdInand Bond,. Qu.lity Knitting We Hope We HIWC .. .MI.121 . Buxton Priscilla ts came terrors. They students. left as student5-'"-n� L.u., Swnt.,. 0.... Sp.ci.hr . .MaY· 31 hits, no runs. no �rrors . . . A good way to SAve transpor- Jon� Madlen Been If Success J�el I I th St . Tacoma. ,Wnh. · tallon �xpt'nse tor those who were laude<! h.lg� In the Junet Runbeclr: . As wc pul i t s last issw,' 1o, "lIcd." till' :\luur­ .............Jan� 3 "Hav� You Met" column, Is lo sprout wings and fly Anre10 Man01J.'lOt� ... .. illg :\last l'umpldt's its dcvellth.year as the of ­ home . , Cliff and Ronnie are gOing to ship-out tills ril'ial urguu or 11ll' t\ ssol'ill ted Students of Pa, summer. Lucky thtY' r e both Nonllt�gtan s . and won't have t'ifil' l . utlwr:1Il Culll'gl·. To rl'preSt.: nl the stu· to th� squar� port hOI�s;to the world . . . AI Moe dcnls' lIlld fUl'ulty i n I he mannt'r befitting s tich Is goIng to do some Ught reading this summer lor a publkatioll hus hl'('ll nul' cndcu\'or durin� the cnang�. Ht has a Job readlnr light meters . . . AU In all, pusl YL'ar. :\1111 as Illl' p.tper is the reprcsenta­ �\"�rythlng Is Idt In lood shape, with th� �xceptlon of tivc of a Christian iustitution. wc have tried' h) th� proft&SOrs and th� Mooring Mast treasury . . , What ulist'I"\'l' and prl'SL'Il1 IItt' ideals and beliefs will Nez:zy (Mr, N�uy lo you' do . this summ�r without A $ 1 .000.00 contract for $2.71 whil'll Sill'll a ptJsitiuu im plv, his pa.ck 01 r�ters irvinl him sugar-coated t;andy? a quarter at age twenty. If wc urc tl) liSt-' st ll�le ll t opinion as a barom· . . or Umpna Swanson without. his Omega? t'lcr, wc fcel lhn t we hun accomplished our The si�plest way in which to . A WOaD TO THE WISEIlim und thot Ol!r past year's wOQk may hc Th14 year, the stu.dents w�re more afraid of psycbolOlY . guarantee ' your beneficiary the tcrmcd a Slll'l'ess. Do nol get the impression. than thty were of Prof. HaUie : . , Lut y�ar It was Prot. expense of your education . . h{lwt>\'l'r. thnt we huve rcceh'cd no criticism, ' Ed"'arda, now It's Prof. 8tuen who looks more bored than On tilt' conlrnry. we huvc receivcd u great deal, th� rest or th� staff . , . It 14 said that PJ:of. Ramstad. fur which we arc truly grateful. - I I has heen lost h14 temper' but onCe this term, and that wh�n "lTY l'()lIstrlldi \"(� 111111 we belicve has hclped b14 collar button roUt<! und�r th� bureau . . . W� suggest us ttl i mpr( vt' thc puper, \V� have always wel­ that Pror. Reid rest up after·the pper�tta. Go rlshlng. HAROLD c . .HOEL L'OIlIeti it u s UII indicatioll of tht! interes\ that . buy a car.' or u.e tht. carrta�a nature has given you . , . Clur fel low students havc takcn in our work, Representing E\'en L!!.0Ulhwr lOSt miserably. Pror. Hong IJ1lIn�d weight this schootyear l,&t'8 mlllr:, or what?) , ,' . Prof. ' Bardon. Additional critil'islII, which proved invalu­ your.,Year is a sueceu; a studj!nt has belun to think. bllt ahlc was obtaincd through the ' All-American ,he JII-St can't malr:� up hIs mind what to tell Bena wh�n Criticul Sen'icc ,frum the Press CO.nferepcc of (Ler'" a.e.erYe Ute �)be I�aves . . . Mlu 'Reri�au and Mrs. Kr�ldl�r!.. The stude.s the Lulheran Students Uni(�n held this .sprin�, Iilr:� to · be· nice to u;tem.,.becallll!e It Is returnt<! In full For the third consecutive year the Moorioj{ AERMAN L. EK�N , P,es;dent m�,�ure , , , It be 1rl115 m�. I'D spend � aumm�r tlnd­ , [\lust reech'cd First Gltl�'i Hpllor Ra ting froll} Minneapolis, Minn, Inl' out what a prol meant wh�n be told m�, t.o�wlt: I 698 Second Ave. So, spali.e er du �n skMe �rt. m�n ensom i et �,�iv�i' �;o�; I�ile ���U����:�:�c:'I�:uU�� �� din �r the cll � ng�s in tYI)ogral,hy whi�h we made du en sn1firut," (Chacun a �n lont. senO�!1 •

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. 'h.l, "rond m..tI�, ,, th. ,..,. Mil)' 24. lh,- P. L. C. �t'tm� ·awamJ)f'd �;;�·s���;:.or J.. c.. on lh� Li!,-coln "1\18c" ReM.1 R P�:·: 'br�n�O�� t����I:ri�I:II!:� I l'A U t . K I'REUSJ'I had Uttlt' dlf lcult. f..> ln · turning tiRe); thr HRrborlU5 In all -four m"tche� t · t �l1e :lli�s ';;;�Il����:; �h:dlr��:C����� b""t���:��__=_�. J\�it�· :������: SC�eulet��� ne:�� �:�ri�d�e .�� foot bAll And bftSke\bal! ft'ams.. the InaugurAtion of trRck. successful gol( and Ma.rlln Rimgers Rt LAcey. tennis SQuads.. Md the most varlNf ph) slc. 1 educAtion pmgrRm In years. Interest in nthletl� at.P. L. C. hils Increa� by leaps and bounds. Coach Oi1lon .6AYS 'ed Enid Hutson Elected lilA'! h., hilS !lever'found such Interest'Al!" In the PA��t year. With such co'nttnu 1'· enthusiasm P. L. O. ls bound to IIAln wldf'r rl"<'Olnltloll throughout the Northwest. New. W'·. A . .t\� H ead s. s. C. ' L. Golfers ·Beat s""" � 5 NIJ:hlowl5 'showed plenh' of JOAnnll Manousos. Judith P. ��� �.;:".;: t���:�::a:�.:....ru;::: so Oth er O((i rers Chosen; U F S

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H���. II ;':1�:,: N�::�:'ISrr ;"I�:� RI\'ay with th� playoU for tht Intra. nlutRI Softball !..eRItU!' ChRmplonl!hlp. The N1ghtowls thumpeod Iht\.... Hay. se«ls 20 to 5 In the first Ifame to tie Ihe count Rt two IfRmes whel;\ the Hay. SE'"!'ds blew �y high after ieadlnR In Ihe opening Innings. . Th'e rtnRi ' eontellt \\'I,I-s A ding dong battl� .\\·Ith t.he Nlghtowl.!l com;�g from behind to scort' fi ve run:lo 10 the :Iol xth 's .... of .W rosh quad . nning to cinch. the ptnmmt: :!� ed up 115 point.... to their opponents the lI«ond haU and the' pla,off ....s. the �2 r.irls to Receh'e Letters I he I er n ... 68 fnhlN" bf a IItren; ...('11 ba"� outAs R'r6ult of the tlectlon htld thl,. l�e:. b� ���:� ���7t�� :r��t �� BasketbAll follo\\·t<! " Klng FooUlII.U'" Harry :"1('Cormi'ck Cards tit. . wfi'k. Enid HutAOn wUl be the pres!- the .�r� of 14-8. However. ·tJ:!e . leAd .To S Ar in 7Y, to 4% on the' s.ports l<tRge lind held S\\"A}' for s. s. ' V i ctory d�nt of the W. A. A. neJ:t year. Joan ' WM short lived when the PArkht.nd out. ' . four monthll. P L. C. rontlnuffi her Here's bokRY. to .Angelo �nou._ MRnou� \\'as chosen for the vlce- fit cam!' beck -'trong And took 'both l<\lCCl'S$ In t.he hoop sport �'Innlng 11 h n n Jlld n. � C��r:;.��;; .:b�:PI::f�':��;"= �;::II:�:�:1tIl!; � �.� =���:!:::;�... t�O�������!n�: �;j1)�.1l!1!��...\1�: l�e�':7�J�t g. G�� thM!�t'� Un��h'e��rslll'�;� �4Chll.mplonllhlp. Y of Wa.....hlngton. Fresh_ nobl)' RS umpire folks. II.nd de.sel vt's Th i!! aflernoon lit 2 :40 �e W. A. A. live. Proof that he lads ehRrA.eterluod by hCRvy '" hll.c ng on the·PArk. hAnd. Field Day will take plRce. d'brlng which PIRv \\'ere the c\it.!iS·of I.he CQnrerence was mall II 7 ' � to 4 th In l' last hAlf of A home· S. �' . the final trllck t!vent& will take plRCe clouting on lht! part of tKll.h· UOfLms... sho\\,t by the fAct IhRt the)' did not lAnd rour,,1'series. . r a ment WAS shown over the e v pro .Seattlelte� The d-h�m \ r\l Im Grellt ; V J t H was n _ AlI. (' vOJle-y lind baIJ e bR.S well AS I _ t s ' n a ota w fault the I a, b lo� II. confertl1C1! game. t' games and It l" b!'llev!'(l BQlh thelle sports were IIbly coached tied off the first half Rt Selltlll' by II. M'f1l" didn't tak.. the playoff. HIP" ,II"M games whlch ' wlll he played betwet'n t'ArlyI .seAson e Ollnt hM t>ee� tlrmly ntAb. sport th thA C 6 track 10 Thl' glrb. l< clorm \ And dny OUL lilt' . besides dlspla;oln.-: hila, t h ht' On stral,ll" 'I OI. tumlng �\'en Clif e . In a who by f two winning teAms II.lso hItS built. fot Harr�' McCormick led �orlllg Rt �parkllnll" brand of fleldln,ll". Out ...hen !'ven�.II h1..chlde hurdles. bRIl throwlnll. lI�h('d a,� sprln .sport of P. L. C.'lI . Ute future Pro.spect.� for winning PRrkland with �pJl. rkllng 68 . At se · ..aklnl" of s1n�lar a("hlevemenUl. ';'e hlgh-Jump�. hop·sklp lind Jump And <"R ll'ndllr. tel\lll� In fooUlII'1\ and basketball I!J:c a ttlt' L lo yd Thompsnn look rne�al hOIl - ran" overlook S,d OIIUliSO who popped rel llYs. exceeding I)" brho:ht li t lhl� tlml' with or� \\' Ith SIIAPPY 77 on the laugh Unl. out tlP"n times In !'OW-not bad. hlih� Lt'ttt'r.'C Arf' to bl' awarded by the W. 'Glad Div o'lf·t·r� Takf� slty course A. A . .Jo thirty two girls who hllve S. S bevy of letlf"rlllCIl returning next '""rDue to l'XRmlnAlions 01\1�' four mern· Wedl\l'sd�}l the tennis ttAm finished eArned flvlP" hundred points for their reAr uc. pR rt lclpR tlon In th(, athletic program. I OIS MAny ·hR\·e notlc-ed thAt PRclflc b!'rs of the Fro...� .�uRd trA\'elled l � one of t m t s cl'Mfu !"utheran liM bl'el\ plnylng In fast(>r Parkland 10 meet P; L. C. for the first The Il l' tmen han! been ' going great Tho.se rl'Cl'lv\ng letlt'r!' Rre : Judith On MAY 9' fl\'1' mell of the P. L. C. d tim r I ly e fter of etting f' t? a bRd �:��I�(A�:�:P����:;� ���� .::��� ���d ��::s I �:�';:::;: ;.0 c�o:r��nto � ��:I�����' �: r��I�t' :�e: ::I�;I:..II.���!� ;. �� ���7� I)B ·SVh:;"�. ;,:: f4!H gUIl� lIu li g 0 Smllh 3 Ho!tcnmjl. Enid H'ul.llon. MArie John.;. InclnQ: . OL'§.01l hAS lined lIl) 5{'\'eral strong eOIl- McCormick S S • ; ': � a o · o Gl M . 8urc �t. and Manou-. �:;bo�rl����y.SI:��I�t �:R:��I: Wi��A)���/I�f 1���:��ht;a��n:l:f l� :,��:� �1���::�r;�xt:;;�: :;�����nll���::�; ��� :���� n th O �;: --1:::: !'lt :,.�;r:=u�: "I�u!� RUdd. Jane> WIlliAms. Loul� Jack�n. medal honors \.,.lth a 75 Thomp.'IOn led llimbla Llnfll'ld Iand t('nlathe gllml's Thornl n 3 Bnllll'lt Hoke ll�lad. Idll.- Thomp:!;()n. Iht' GI�dIAtorl! with A nice 76. \'-I!.It Or('fon NormRI AI Monmouth Ml'!nOu!lO� GJa-;;;-;;:;d Burgoynl' broke rof:Int has Men a rons.i.mnt winner In Rhoda Irt'ne Odell. Tht'lmil �·n ll'I!'. Normll This WII..� Ihe �nd half of A )'Iomc . Portland U forml'rl) Columblll and e\{'On on eight mllleh �hedule The I h l�.r!:. ...hUe Pr .'1t.o"jal'!l of tennis for P L Fr d n k . and.home :'\('rIC5. The LutherAns took l'Us. MelbR F l . C t�lI:d :�� D e Alba C 11 h Ma.',hl(' Wlcldcr� plll) lng 9 men n Rtch_ 9'� v played a ManolbOS d th l Schllln bu.och. VlrRln��Il��IS. EI�z�t� the fir"t. 14 to 4. at PArklAnd. Il'Uc :nd�tI:�: at ;t M;:;: R . i has tx-en scheduled bllt thl') decide ;�\�;.on l�l�::g�:tI��; I�r:�tc:�s ;.n�.I�� ��f1t�h�:'...��:e t:I;:-L�: StU!'Il. 1It'1�1I LilJA. Louille WIlI.lams. 1 Lineups: a I I u C will undoubtP L �A � �::. 1 ' O � C !. UOAm com� Brrt M,h� Coach r l ack on and took lIal A johanM:n will be ��I� :::� :r�:��(N�VA 6;.;I� . �l::�' MC%O�I� ( 0) 0 ::Rr!f J C 151 ��I: ;�aJ n . A full AthleUc SChedule WAS carried :�� t�� �:lX 1�:I�:teY;.k���,:�Ot:� �:;\;;:\:�:� t:q!::r; the nucieM of Hendrlckllen. · ��::: � b::�;son including goU. tennl!;. IlIld tr�k. The S. s. till' end of the school year ap_ 3 RlchRrdson e oyn ��� el rll ll."l lp.n m C-�l� lsed_�_?o..!hr: prurl{"h('� LutherRn CoUele CAn Thc Roir !lq uRd wound up lIS schedule Dr. Tin,:ch.tatl f'rcl'it'n ts I JMker : look brlck Pnclrtc success anI' of the mQ8t _ by . lnking t.he strong U of W Frosh. A�u rrls to Lellcrnu:n I �l�ki:t; I���w�;�sc:��:tIJlfa��ca:�t:n;� hl' re lll"t week. This the flrllt year o R n l d rl'ason for a �t1n brighter seMon. �h:t;:�· u�c�oo;��= ��a;:�� g��f:�M ' n\\:���. ��n::!I"����e �:�I:t����g��; I Golf result.� for thl' PMt lIeA..'IOn: S. S. � t(' nnll<. nnd hIgh sc hoo l baske tba. lI SPf::'klnl" of J:olr. Lloyd Thomp!!(m team.s. reC(,l\'ed letters In chapel MonBrookdllil' J. C. Peterwn, Prop. Art Daniels. Prop. ='. � : �: 2� 20 �: :: :. a o n da , t 12 '� :;'I �� :::r: � .-- P.L. C. II': C. P. S. �� !� ��e �:�::. �o.o;e who received awards were: ����-���':'.:� h 4 r-------------- P. L. C. II Aberdeen And lIarry MeCormlrk was the fl�t DII"ketbllll-Gt'nl' JAck. John Fadness:. · : P. L. C. 10 5 Aberdeen equal par In a P. L. C. ,ll"olr She do;l Moe. Arnold Tornmervlk. Har. 'Bikes Fot ReAl Jolter ....nen. : The Bug . Bellingham makh he !lhot ,. 68 lut Frida,. old :-lll.o;en. StRnle)' Ford, Chester Sollt'. I =: �: �: � Park Ave. at Rarrlton 10 linghAm Bel CoffH-. CI.-:arettes. Rambw,en Lyl!! Sanderson. and Harold Votaw. BILL KENYON : , 3597 So. 0 Golf-Harry McCor�lck Paul Preus ·SERVICE LIK� YOU LIKE IT GA. 2056 :: �:�: ;:� �: :; =� l!:: Frosh Give d ue oppoIJi� Llneoln �WI ->--____.:-��� ! ;\1a1<lhOP .. Pic..nic . � . ::�o��� �:��n ���a�� :nd :S;:I� � . ! . An" " : " " Cl " : For Senior oa; ass _ ..·", ' um My nn I BurEugene GI85!IO Sydney MAnouso. I ... A� its annual t'ntertalnml'nt for the · D£. 3· Ij: rll duRtes lhe Freshm an class spon · gO�� h An�:;,�oldB�:ea=� OrvJ\le " �o- Jtt-� The Stq,e Thllt's o" i", . sorf'd all outing At Lake Spanaway yeS- :nb Ah.lld in Tlcomll , .� GEO P La � l'rdA ) afternoon and evening �::: �=m�:� ::a:bb�:�:� .1 , Tfit' studenUl gathered at the picnic Frank Hayward and We Wllnl fulfill your wilnls. One grtJunds and thl' Tlrst !eBturt' of the Ernest Haugen . on """ d., $ervlce DENTIBT ,--r photo work aflernoon was t9.'O basebllll games. one Harry McCormick. manager. r e o o n b� ;x���e:�''::o��'s bet\\'een the Freshman and Senior boys Quality Repalrfng OArla nd 0 I M-R.2 il � ne . l the or rLs theg between other lhe d an d, W.. b Parki&ll 'LEHMANN PHOTO· F INISHING S 1 Member tWO clas..�es. Games. swimming.. and STU DIOS 2 1 1 I 1��EivtND H NE�Komll Stores Parlt, United "....."....... :::::::= � " .. bo Company Pllrkl.. nd Mercantile a ting rounded out the IItternoon's ' r �. ;====::::=.:::==�===:::======::' I entertalnment after whtch a picnic , I s' Schoenfeld 'Parkland . & ' :��� r7�"':�e;����r�:1 �:;:� :�te� .....,....� Furniture Larllest rved. · ··· · · ·· :�: 7:;:;.:n�� ;;���� ·· · ··· ········ I� con· : � � :tC�� �; · · · �� ; · ·· · ·· · · nized 1914 Pa A Mutu t1 s Store in Tacoma f.,ni.h.. Wilt.!, Li,ht, lIotd Power to Me",""" Onl, Vern Knutzer:t had charge of the en: ft. wllter Wiltai' minimum 60c ,..r month i"cludi", I(tO ... .. .. ..."..... "........"." .."".." ,.......,. i!i �.. RZMl.'MBER OUR NEW Electr>c P_er ��c ,er K. W. H. tertlitttment features of the day, and BEAUTY SHOP' BOSNADELLE r LOCATION n O ' ';' · ____ MArgaret Rorem headed the eat'L COm. RAY M N O_. Mii f"':m:.. AU ' Unes of Beauty Work . O ' ' U,'h..:':: •___Fii UtI BroMwa.1 mlttC'e. Esperl �t Wan Parkland GAR. 0145-R,..2 PlIoClfic Lut ht'nlll Collrge Is complelIllg not only 0111' of nl05t uten�I';e sl)QrO< �Alendars. but. A Il'O probnbly the m"O.!lt sutt!'s.,ful In the history of thl' College.. S ting thl' �e n.'U)n of f \\·\ th II. balill. thl' I,fItIIrld team hung liP Rn em'llIb!y' t'('cord. winning fI\'e gRm!'!; and dropping only \\\'0; And thn"{' 10 two of the �trongeH outfits In the North\\·ist. 'In the 5('\'en lutm" pIA)·td tht' Oladlll.tors

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tian Contact,,; MIMion l'ndea\'or to touch UghU)' 01.) a .f..,· tRrgaTCt BOdrero. Melba. Fenney, mh. r. NI\!iollal Alfnirs; !\Iuc'h . Work Laeklng t�1' hlgh,pblnt& of WI' yPM. Portia Miller, Ida Th.oill� Carl CoI}bton g Labor Un r�t� Reverend 0c01'1'! W. Anderlion, ' a 1934-Hlgh �hool �pt. . . Mr. P1\ul A. Preus. field agent for M'r�nt "·orltlng. In lhe mediCAl de­ ro. The orficers chosen . Paclfl�Lutheran College returned from ' partment. of 'tlle army Accompany·· Acclaimtd IU a dlstlnct. body il'ere: Verner 'In8 the military m aneuvers now sta. triumph, t.lle BenJor claM play. ,NOfJ!lR Preu� ."'o, .p'''''''' the esSL �8Y :H!nlng. May 2:i. of Bloom5llury:' depicting two t}>pes tloned at Fort Lewis. pre!ll'nted I\n Hiving trR\'ellt'!d t,hrough moil. �f the earn�st plea 10 our stu.1eniA and fa!:­ of Engllm life. "'1\5 presented on May mld-\\'{'stcm Rnd l'R$U>m stAtes he fhids 11th to R. large audience In the College ulty In behalr or army m1Mlon work: that conditions are \'Rrled. with genu­ g)'mnaslum. The dU ficult cockney In his chapel ILddreM on May 20. Ine lmpro\'ement 'In some s«Lloll.'l and Engll� ac�nt wa... mastered succe�­ only temporary' betterment. produced &OClna t.he Increased ' army enlllll· full�' by t.he CMlt. and pro\'e4 an out­ by go\·crnrnent. I\ld In others. mentll. Sgt.. Anderson feels very keen, stalldlng feature or the pr�u�tlons. a b n o � l n IA �,: ��:�:h :� :� �� �� � ��n Thelma Daniels as Tilly 9.'as (';hann­ In�!!:t:� 1 �;:n�����t�� �:�:r::.lnt� t: i11t; In the feminine lead. l\nd equally �au�. of the admlnl�tratlon and he army. the average IIOldler :descrvcs l I Le\\b 0 Hunter, Evelyn Irene his bad reputatlol) 'l1'l� type of lire well 5ulted for hl� part ...1\5 . Roland (] ct,uRtlng "alue of c�nc)'. . O('rltudl' wutse Jack.8on n.ther �.. Much d\s:ussed Is the po5Slbltlty of S"'snson as Richard. Harry Grlb­ 15 \ery degenrrating to personality ;re� J: 7:e I and the new rt'Crul� are almost. t.he bohm a.� Mr. SmlbO'Hle 11,'11.'1 particu­ a �hlrd party In the ' comln� election, oe;�lru��a�,��;r S;:dx: 7 rgt I. . . There b great excitement. about.· the Ly larly out.�tAndlng for Ills only mrn. who can. be contacted . . . b'y 'the . . Ma- ChurCh. and ...as re5J)Orulbie for Soldiers Bonus Bill and t.he President's Mahncke. Aneglo Jolln ManOU508 ; ri � TIle army chaplaincy 13 no:t. a �U&humor In the .plll)'. Rhoda. \·:to ot It. Tl� .conse�l\t�e� are "NY ::: !;����:t =�� : ��r:� ; . =; a 1 and LIII\ Rudd playing iii I' ll pleased b} the \('to. v, hUe � a Nl\5h Ruth New berir Allee R No- fartory ",l1 glol15 ofrJce. There � one mothers In the tll'O . gr:essh'es and IIOldlers are extremely cili lall. Olar �ue. Ordal. M:u.le.Ped�rsen. chaplain to 1.200 IOldlers. · Not all are critical. Quaif!. doing Yt�!r dut.y. Beside,: the men are es - Ula Nancy Rudd, ' Runbeck Lyal llrerer . cllurch co.ntactll. B!lt they (lnd m s their unftorml! pu.t a. bar aiainlt. . & ' h h "l'::; , :;;�Il� !�>" :tc;��,�� th:'\�us ) hl : O . ',.• �:,_ I:J. Sanders n S rle ' Marie lVage. I tlthat ! I � "� :" re. " ' The Cllurch sIlould make t.hla Alice O. Swinehart. John O. -Van Leu- [\11le�, .... v ad\'!mtage by lIhowlng that It doen lions whl(';h ha\'e been dried out for a \'rll. Martha. J;me Wllllaml. is snt'nk will cver r�rtlct It.? th . Rot!. Ml!ton Ne5\1p:. Jane Williams. . \\·... lcome the:le men . number of years. promises good N Evelyn Irwin. Amold Andel':'On. Louise to most of the northern' mld-�'e!ltern "J ha\'e tried to put over this point no ��:. K ��".� . Jackson. WIlliam pnUl'ger. John Van 'I Although hI' 'was bam In China. he �. tates." Eugt'ne J. Burgoyne. TiU'iUIII to man�' groups ",nd have failed:' eon­ Leu\'en and' Eldon Andcrson cluded Rt-v . AlldctllOn. "I am lIure IIOtlte n ' f l le \_ - The sett.ing of the pl"t'sent3t1�� was :���. ��� �:�'n�l'al�S U�d =�e �y:5. you here Ita...e (';aught the meanlnil: O�tell And�: ��'ia:���m������;; of In two different English homes. one of the baseball team hl' hl\.� the dlst.lnc- L. D. R� of It and will act aeeor.dlngiy." J CHtberl. osel>i} Oerhard Hanson. Marthe �iStocratic t.ype. and t.he ot.her a of being one of the pitchers. Rnd Re v AnderSCII1 Is a(';Qualnted with \'111 William Hansen. Shotn Hasegawa. common one. The contrast. between also plays a IWOd gam!' of t.e�nls, Rhoda Mae Hokenstad, Herbert L. A. many of the faCility !lind studenta. He the t"'..o families ....·M marked. and the HI' holds th(" oUlce or sergeant,"t.­ and hl� prople are allO MI\>port.ers ()f ' Paul HOIJP. Hvlddlng. Gerhardt. Karen dlHlculUes tn the romtlnee of Tilly and arms In the hilt" school elMS. of which Bringing Its actldties for the school ollr i'lChool Richard wert' t.hrllling. tholl8h at he Is a senior. Chcmlstr)' seems to be )'ellr to a close.'the L. D. R. met. In the H\'lddlng. Harold Clare'lIcr Johllnl,en. ----Anne 5. Johnson, Thomas Ah in Moe. ' times paUleUe. hIS hobby. as he Is a slAr .,,1 In hJs Bertrum O. Myllre. Milton Luthe� Nes- Twclve Normalitc� Have. The din'C.tor of thls dellghUu1 pia}' r.la....". Chl'mlstry. howe\·er. 15 not. \·Ig. Herbert StoraasJi Norgaard. Wil,,'1\5 Mrs. Ardy E. Edwards. To show only .'Iubject. that he excells In. liam Pfhlt'ger: Paul Klemel Preus. Rolf Teaching POl!Ils To Duh� their apPffl:laUon (or her work. Roland has thl' reputation of being an A. progmm Opellt'd with a weJc:o'me B. ?reus. LJoyd Donald Rot!. Roland . S"'anson on behalf of Ule cast presentby Rhoda HokenslAd. L, D. R. In practically all the Nathaniel S;;'·aw;Qn. Ida Mag- The following are tile twelve grad­ I'd her ".!tll a golf club. Mary Nash. undertakes. Althougll he ,,,,,,,tk';. p,,,;',mt. Mn>. O. A. Tlngel�lAd re· I �ompson. . assislAnt to tile din'Ctor. recei\'ed a . uate5 ,\,110 have received tllerr'contrRC;tII behalf of the gue.�ts o( beautiful bouquet of nowers. numbers on the pro­ High School-orlando Carlford As- for teac::hlng vlLCflncles. . Miss Esther Jahr. PorU'r: Lyal SanderSon. YeJm: plano solo b}' Eleanor Carl Coltum. Spanaway: RAchel Flint. I bo�al� Y' ;: B�/ � Ptimary grlLdes. Eaat Stanwood: Louise ano solo by ���;� Jackson. (ifllt four · grades. Woiloehet; This year the High School .!1as gained relldlng b)' Ellen Bergst.rom. . Sena JollnllOn, 'Ellen SChOOl, Olg "u­ great distinction. hlwing ,accompllshec!. In the buslnes.� session For Sale hclusively 'l more than ha." been done since 1921. 1 Rorrm was elecl.cd president for next Na.'!h. Norma Preus. Leslie MerriU Pot-, bor: 01111' Quale. firat. four grades. Ma.c­ 6MUlan; Lila. Rudd. Olencove"OIg HarThe athletic progres.'i hR.'; been very reM IUtd Mrs. J. U. Xavier was. chosen ter, Thomas Lloyd Thompson. '. bor; Shirley Savage and Marlon Peter· noticeable. with lhe OO)'s and girl;' 11.'1 club adviser. Iii' rd v basketball teams being grea� SUCCC5se:o; �;�:�:. �:����:nX:h�� ::u:�:�: gr l 'lt I.,,, V,,,;.,. M,,",,",. Roeh,,,..,. I Goff E ected To Hend Croc.ry �:; /:t Y�;��e� :SC;�;a� Frt'nch Club Ncxt Yt:ar � ... ......... ... . .".....'.".'........................".."". . � .'IplriL has pre\'alleo throughout the --BROOKDALE. WASH. year. At: It,� flnaJ meeting of the school Gladys Jorgenson. '30. has been of­ H. S. N. Fresh Slock of c.Jt Just Arrived . : Orlando Asper waA drtl('fiWd In Do 1 )·I'ar. thr nench Club held election fered the 1)(lISition as EngUsh le&I::her Bring your rackets in now the Burilngton High School. . .... .... Monday. May 26. for outcers lo serve Know! , KIMBALL SPORTtNe COODS during the (all term of 1935. Eula Mae Cecil Scott. '31. who has been teach­ FOR " QUICK PICK-UP COMP�NY Illg aL Roy. has accepted the prlnclpalt sIl 06l' ' secretar}·-treasurer. � ch n been 6sc:� !�d�:� Acth'itles this seDlester have been t fUth and slxtll grades .Irregulars 19c varied ';nd successful. under·t.he direc­ :: ;:�::���lt�:. I t refreshes and builds Regulars $ 1 .00 & up tion ot Ellen Bergstrom. president. Ro­ Frances Andrews. '33. who has been radiant health . F n k �. molfl Rust vice-president: Eula tea(';hlng flt Pu�y. has aecepted the Drink it regular � 939-941 Broadwa� Goff. secretary-treasurer. and Mrs. primary grlldes position In the crescent.· I . . Bondy. who Is club adviser. Valley SChool at GIg Harbor. . 1 1 71 Throughout the rear the "Circle Thora Rasmussen, '31. Is to teac::h O R AT YOUR CROCER'S . . Francalse" has spon,.'IOred Candy sales lrnary grades at Ollala, Waab& ,..___---""""" on alternate Fridays. t.he proceeds or :�:l!;. v.:hlch enable the dub to bring guest Beanca Jorgenson. '30. who has been ,Druggists speakers to their meetings. ·and to pre­ tcachlng lit ERst SUlnwOj)d, has RC;I Sent the college with a shrub for the ��!::. a primary grade position at Ho- t �--------� rock garden, !.iI . .... .."•."'''".."..,'''''''',,.,,'''' "'''''''''Ib

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