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According to Dean Philip E. H, u. ,•. dent.ll have comple� :wh1Ch MO.... rqistrar. �ve�y Pacific Luthel'lln Col. all departments.. lege No�al'department graduate from le� ;:M'r cent InC1ftlloe: o\'er last the J:lass ,or 1935 has acctpted teach- . , .' I�g po&itlO�l. If' addltr�n. graduates . from fQrmer e1�. who hav� pt:evlous· the appolntm�nt of group l.ead�rs, FrI· da}.. October 11, .,,111 �robably be the Iy fot. taugtit.. hav� �n uataned to rI�t Drama Night to be schMultd, ac· S ff' 'schoolS', The PI",�m�nt �ncy of th� Club .. Initiates, '.. � , Honored cording to Ion� Mad�n. newly el�ct� Are COIl;ie has iln ex.c�l1�nt repl1tat.'..on for . GU,ests Rot Supper president. " I .'arty 1": . A' . SSIS . S . . I� success; and this. year hAS ,reatly --. . At the Initial meeUng. whlcty- wa., . -. .In the . ') . honor of . the InIU�tes. held Monday. tl\L-t IO"'1ng. ..officers Hagerup To Be Associate Editor; strengthen� .!.t. . . . e.presi. Follo,,'lng L, a list ot 1935 placements: Rho Oanuna., da� girls Gribbohm .Wi lt "'ere elected: Helen,�ja. .. k Alice Barnum, ��n Schools. Mor. will Bi,·.e a supper party . dent.: E\'el�n Ecklun _� r ry: Alflnn Bergstrom Hold Bu';iness Positions ton. Wash. Dl5t 214: �rguerl� Bod- ba.sement Arne, treasurer; and �IWHendrick· . ed Hazel Hllgerup. son. l\brn.rlan. Ray , d, ..who 5e l'\' d�partment rero. Rhodes Lake School. R. F. D... Eleanor initiation as slage manager last year. was �\'en so phomort. has beenNormal -ppoln t� a.s.sOcl. PuyaJlup. Wash. : .�Irgt nla Boen, South ::::;VpI:! a the same duty for lhl.s year. The dril.- ate edlOOr of the Mooring Mast.. For_the Be� Wash.; .Nancy Bu�ett, Lakebay. nlng. mattc coach for the year Is 00 be Mr. J)lJSiti�n or assistant. business manager. Washl (lower grades): �nsy Collier. . Ktlth Reid, commcrclal Instructor. Orchard. Wash. (prln :tary ); qarl . Joanna ManOUl106. chairman. Berptrom. third: year normal Port F\.rgrove School, Principal. R: Instead' or glvlng three one·acts each has been chosen: whlle the F.Coltom. . Puyallup. Was.h.; Rachel Flint. . 0 mon!-h. as was done' last. yeaT. It. has L, to be managed . tiy Harry East Stanv.:ood. Wash.: Sydney 01a.sllO, been decldtd to tuwe on1}' two plays at Thespian Club'· Schedules Two Pla,ys Each' Month Under' Diredion of President lone Madsen

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son, Eugenia Spencer, and AlmaStolle. Returningto this group are Kathryn �etchlon. Aids Johnson, EVelyn S"yver. There will be tour group lea4,ers. two last.�--�-===�� �meste.r. and while In hl,h school, <7th grade and mwlcl; Evelyn Irwin. tollows: 'n ��:'� son. Margaret Rorem, Romola Rust, or whom will pre�net plays one month, she worked on the .AsOOr ��. Asto .rla Margaret Cn.rt. Mildred MonllOl1. nlel. Prll)clpal, Lakebay, Wash.: Oertrude leis. Louise �:r ��dl��;m,,: and two at the next. O.roup leaders High School newspaper. '",m,,. WoUochet. R. F. D .. 01, Har. ler; .", ,,=_ ma Daniels. Mary Machle, and Ellel:1 have tleen appointed follows: Mar· Appr.oved by'Prof. N. J. Hong. Moor· Jllcil:son, Wash.flower): Esth"r Jahr. Yelm. gartt Crart. Bob Monson. Evelyn Eck: Ing Mast .ad\·�r; "Edl�r Helen Holt· bor, Wash:; sena. JOhnson."\ lI�. Wash.; 5On: lund. and Paw Armstrong. These win camp appointed Jean Marie Fowler for Lyell Kapowsin, Wash.: Vlr_ 1I0t ass l.s be ted by Ed S\·lnt�. VoUy Norby, the position of teature edlOOr, to be nla Kreidler. Mahncke, ROchester. Wash.; An- The � Marie Heggerness. and Eline Bensen, assisted by . lone Madsen' IUld Robe.rta Bigelo ger. 011" Ot"8nde. and KenneUi AnmManoUso&, Bluffs, Wash. flClat.eduuu,,,u,�<uuu.,,.,," . respei:tlvely. \' . Tomson: Bob M�ln W.11I act as sports <H. S.. Fr,ench White son will sing I� .t.be bAM .8!CUOD. The and EngUsh): MnI. Rorem, Last. y�ar �'e-Orama Club pve ltor and write a . sporta colunm dur· MalHe E . MatUMn. , men return!Nf to c. holr ���_ SlX'Clal ". 1 teat-.h... """, ", . '"r.,..th At...." n i n ChnstmAS.cantata. ana In toe spnng tt K Emmett Thompson, Lloyd .'nl.oplpilOll. � . "l't�'l rT}'e KIlU Willard 'School Taeoina' MarjeJrle � !' presented open:lta. No definite. plans Vern Knutzen wlU also write sport Meade. 'Pe Ell. 'Wash,: �rtla MIller. Bert Myhre. Robert Monson. John Stu· ".. as the posslbl Uty of Bivlng such en- storles. Stt"8lght- news reporters Include Tracyton, Wash.: Mary Nash. Pearson. New KlCkr,ng Post. en. Paul PreU5. Ver.n Knutun, Orvllk Tht'lma Dnnlels. Joanna ManoUSQ.S. Ir1.s Wash., Cent-ral Valley Scl)ool Ilowt'r): tertalnment have yet. �n made. SchlanbuSCh. RP,lph.BoI��d, R8.y Hn· J2J_ Evans.. Norma ?reus. Elva Bergman. Ruth Newberg. Mt. View &hool. R. ? , derlle. Harold, O'Connor,. Harry Grlb· . Auu.ed to. . Pflueg('r. IUId Margal't!t Larson. D. . Puyallup no....er Gary bohm. Clyde OrlmstvMth. . gra.dt'S); lice NoKen AnC1l80'o Chosen Mr. Victor A. Elvestrom Is enroute FrlthJof Taye!. business manager. Ian. Clneb�r. Wash. (lower); Olaf Or· 'For man}' lrears In the past. for the. Inland Empire' and RociI:y Frosh Class Presirlt'nt chose �far-gn.ret Craft tor the .duUes of dal. South Bend. Wash.: Marie Peder- been the custom for P. L. C. . Circulation manager. to be assisted by �n. Porks. Wash.: Marian .Peterson. to make pllgrlmfLf;e toward the set· MOi.lnta�n area to InvesUgate carefully -Kenneth Anenson. ot Burlington, ha., Lenore Wthrow and Knthryn Ander· Silverdnie.Wash . ; Dillie Qut\le. McMU. Ung slIn. or. more often. toward the pale an extended 'cholr tour. He has been . authorized to make as extensive a trip been ntlml'd Freshman Cla.ss president. so!'!. The ad soliciting department Is lin. Wash. (Jo!-'en; Lila Rudd. Olen. moonglow. a rt'sult of t.he rtnal elections held comp rised of Harry McCormick. Em. CO\'e S�hOOI. Lakebay, Wash.; Janet Now the object of t�k Into the as PGoMlble. which will � taken soree­ Friday. ' . ":,l'tt Thompson.-lflsper Joh�SOn, Elua· Runbeck. Issaquflh, Wash.: LyalSander· night Is to pay all due respei:ts to our time rn Ma)' or April by �he fifty Pa· College s.lngers. For tilt' office of vlce.presldent.. bl'th FrI�'" lind -edna Kelsey. Prof. O. . :Yelm. Wash.: Shirley Savage, SII· ever lrndlUonal "Kicking Pl'>St" . . which cUlc LuUleran -- --Eu�enltl Sp-cnCt'r. who Is a gmduate of J Stu'( n I� thl' buslnes.'l staff ad\'lscr. v('rdale. Wash.: Alice King Swinehart. was stolen the night ot Milton. Wash. Hower): John Van Leu· last June 3 ' A Longvlt'w High School. chosen. Mrs. E(�wards Working \'en. Principal. McMillin. Wash,; Jane t�e young' Ilnd carefree Ruth SCIII('. of MI. Vernon. Is to be the' TlPwarfI 'I I' aster'fI Degrec Wlillam.'l. Unlverslty. Place. R. F. D., millllr placl'. 'the s.hrlne clas.'! scribe. while Ida Fox., of Kapow. Tacoma. s.ln, will assume the duties of treasurer. exprer.slon of lovely �nUment Is Mrs. Josepl"! 9. Edwards 15 le�vlng Hoken. and t rm na I source . rslty of Wash_ l .. Octolrer 1 tor the Unlvt' e �I�� :� �=�:n':e� I: :e:�. With a members�IP �f 41 girls. !.hr' L. D. R. Business IUee t ington In Seatt.le to conl"lnue her study �S'been ��;::-: :r/:�:�� have made for Pep club held Its Initial meeting ot the As },.et no plans tOward securing her MMter of Arta de. Daled Fo.r Octoher 17 the f'l'Jlllar class activities. year ThurWay evening. Septem�r 12. us b y some person In a gree In the Department ot English and . to ('Iect officer!!. tor the first semester. Mrs. J. U. Xlwier and Mrs. Paul A. mood. and that an object was destroytd Drama. · Romola Rust. so!)homore In the Nor· Pre u." at the home ol Mrs. Xavier, will which l& as vllal OO'OIl! life here now, as During the nn;� six weeks of the . First Lutheran Church a n to e h m a t s o Will Be Host For Rally ��:� o�:c::' :� � e� ��:�7;:�e;s\ � :: ��f: r� a������.����e�:';!��; �er�-:"'�r: us. :r;ns:t��IO� : :e:� :::�: ;���S�;��tI�� �� ;:ic�: . -.With the theme, ' In League With vlce·presldent, Kathryn Anderson: sec· -meeting to be held ThUrWay afternoon. as the "Kicking Post" can not be dls- drama. Por the :.ast hal! of the sum .' retary·treasurer, Aida Johnson; and OcOOber 17. The business ot the meet. pensed with for very long. mer guarter she jolntd her hwband, Christ." an all-Tacoma Luther League firechle(, Beatrice ·Sldders. Is to ('lect officers for the ensuing With Stanley Ford, appointed by the Prof. -Joseph O. Edwards at the . Unl· rally will be held next. Friday evening In honor ot the blrthday of Mrs. Ing Board of Control. In charge, n�w \·erslty. at 8 o'clock at the First Lulheran Lora B. Kreidler. Dean of Women. n year. A program hR.'l been planned Which "Kicking Post" Is being located at tl}e Ch a held Thurs· ��I��: sl � ;f �h: �O:��;i�� �u::�; : d �I� ': ;�t S:I� �:� �': !o:� Mission Society Elec� . r a :e:��m Myhre. new circuit prtsl . �:; :V��lo:: �:�;:be: :9. i a o .sn b . L . n ha dent.. urFS all Luther Leagut'f"S to hear Under the' genet"81 arrangement of plano solo. Norma Preus; readings. the end of the path through the stately First Semester Leaders the dl.scusslon and to enjoy the social Mabel Heggem. plans are being tor· WBydeen Col�\'Rn: convention. report. firs. entertain a hope Iliat thls n�w hour. muJated·Ior a skating party to be held Helen Holtcamp: and ,'ocal �lo. Eve- "Kickhlg Post" will remain tor genera· Ralph BoIt.t.s.d was elect:ed pnsident t I a e lyo Syverson. tlons to come: sometime In the near fp�.: ure. ��g.�� ::-:�e:� ��:h �: ��= =� be<>;:el���:���!�' ;':�e��:� ��.:� . u1 d t e �:es� �h1:�; R1:: �h:: . ev�rend C�rl Rydell Speaks On Church"s Outside Activities �:C�I:; ��g�.�=�:et'8� r�tth� df view l.s well in Rydcll gave one of the most Inspiring the reUrlni pre S ident. BeatUe. "Lookl.ng at JesUs" Is to be ..It a church school I.s' to exist It campus.' His point ' For the oHice ot \'Ice·presldent. lhe convention theme. Reverend N. M. must be a . deflnlte center of real line with that of p, L. C. and Its and enthusiastic addresses the student body hIlA heard in recent years. H� Kathryn A Y.lvlsake� �rom �nea'polls. Minne•. ClU'lstian culture" �v. Carl E. Rydell, motto. "Build for Character." . ndersoll was chosen. Esther NOra. and Warren Hok'enatad wilL was the church who started edulaid empha.s1s on young people grllSp. "It speakers. guest the of one be ta will so�81nn1ni" of Bnn DIego. pointed out on belng caUon, charity. and who more ucent- Ing the righteOusness �t God. fill tre offices of RCl'e·t.ary and. treuth�1r faU work with a rally, Interviewed alter his address in chapel Iy. has started 'the move for chorus Should Rev. Rydell accept his caU lirer, respecUve1Y. the Luther Le ague of South Puget morning. September 16. singing. M' a reswt of th� Chureh's 00 First Luiheran Churcll, he will be The air!'. trio, compri&1ng Mildred Sound Circuit met Sunday afternoon, Monday September '15. at. Trlnl.tT· Lutheran Rev. . Rydell came north to visit the famous chOirs which ,InsPIre' and thr1U with Ita co�Uon In January. He M:onaon. "idA Jobn.on, and Irene Odell, Church, ·Parkland. Rev. J. P. PfIuepr ' First Luthet"8'l Church ot Tacoma, the nation. many choruses of secuJ.8r was gradua� fi�m OwtaVIlS Adol· acoompanWd by Edna Tobiason. tur­ of Parkland;-Misa sitlv�1g Ba.thre of from.whlch he had recelvtd a call. He singl.ng � bel� formtd," explllJned .phUS College at 8t.. Peter. M1nnesota, in �ed'a voea.I number. SeatUe and Mr. TheOc1� _Iverson of Is keenly Interested In Paclf1c Luth· Rev. Rydell In dl.seuss1ng the chlirch l�H'� Since then he ha.s aUended tbe At \he aUlPlUon of Rn. T. O. 8van, PuYall�P d15c:USIed the � topiC. eran COllet:e and Dr. O. A- TlngeLstad, �d Its pf'Oll"tSS in cwton:. He spoke- Luthet"8n Bible �Itute In St. Paul . Oollep· paAor, a' nUmber 01 M1aion ' "Beacon Light,s,"' lIu.s1eal nUmbers In· of whOm h.e" .!!,ad heard much Jlr&15e. of acme particular eastern Cht:1Stlan and was enrolltd at A�t.ana 8emln- BodetJ membe... liave' volunteered to . cludtd a vocal trio b y the Peterson sIa- The. speaker Isla strong supporter ot edueaUonal cente... and the' excellent ary at' �k Ialand1 Illlpols· for �ree 10 out to �be KGunLLlnVlew sanitarium ten from 6e'aUle, a piano solo by Nor- Ctu1stlan educaUonal �tuUOllS, and Cl!J:l'1cuta .�d opportunIties which' �ey yeara, where '�e recelv� th� deeree of 'every KoDday evenln, to take part. In Bach�lor'of DIVInity �d ordained the � Rev. Svare hu 'bee' PreUs of·Par.lI:iand, and a'vocal solo he defln:!tely aaaerta �t character offer. - n arran,tnc for the" Invalid&. b)' Mr. R. S. Ranson or Phinney Ridce· lsD't bu1ltj,y at.t.taCUve ed1Ilcea .the On the basis of the f'irst Pialm, Rev. in 1925. , _

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We order t! last out the week: The pro- hO::to live'and how to thlnlt. could ellact th� ba}t1� of Copenhagen \er) ellSlly W� prl�to ' hlm...�It, I� fat and looks heal; A spirit of d6palr may the lIf'td3 ha\� the "eW,S '/' IUld plent) of S"edes Am ....'a} U�y, b tl t.hlnk he geLli.that w�y from of au!J1i:ra�, ...olutlon, arid death. bt> . ealln be�,.,.een meals at otber J;Utau'lie going to h.i� a manll"rly of(lct> this " Is et.emal y\gll._ rI� �fthllber�y cau� It. Isn t dignified for a Ind} editor to lJark her fef't. Mints. IU not. nally t.hat bad, �ut.- Th�With .! berty come.! ", . O" the desk ..There an mallY new 'f:..lc es at. I;(hoo,," Walt· uptll you get to the ··Bug." =�lbIUty to usl li Chrtst, laM thllt ..·e thaI Iho Old. studenL� look. !1l rnnge -:.,; . The I)I;'PP )' gl r\:; 15 · good elltlng then. It 15 no� often neglected .0r-eYlUted. from Inst year. who are back to nnl!l� Normal. all act. EDITORIAL STAFF the bug It.wU, but the food which Is .haye IUld r�...er­ obedlJ!nt Is though the Cubs had �o!;t til!! pennllilt. ...W:! thollght Inside of It. At leut the coffee lso·t The ChdSt!M Ht'len Holtcalllil EDlTOR-I.N-CHIEF ent to Ole powers that be. U he wtAhes H it. time enough to change In the .sprlnlJ (just bf'lore down that throat It the weak fa 1 ls . . 1 he does so constitution R the h , II.pplylng for JObs, There Is Il renson·.for a s tudel ·.,; wlthollt' your !Ieed or" swallowtng. jean �::r!e ��I: ����E�.:o� �� �o:�I;t1Phal means. �Io!-&tlnl th� noe·belng able to "get. to c)ass u�me afte; all the IIChcd- . Thlklng Bob rotanln ·SPORTS EDITOR ylsltors L. food,. at about P. ·constltutlon\5 t�MOri lIot only agRinst . I-Ilel!i that we� made Ol:t �me IImt> ago Marie tJell, Irene Odell TYPISTs C, who �I:t\"e been to other boarding · ll, but Rgt\lnst 000. REPORTERS-TIlelma Daniels. Joanna Manous­ 5Ch�I'. say that o!-,r meala � Mgh ma.00<1 U the seat of g�yern� lrl" Evan.'. Norma Preus� EI\·a Bergman. Vern class compared to numy other tabl�s: ment. s Ii sits In . . Knutu.lI. Oar)" Pflllf:'ger. Margaret LAr.<on. lone and that·s 110 ¥IOfI1lY. . take care of all InJustice000 ....111 MadSf'II. RIL';.<ell Fr}:e.Robf'rta Torl·1so1I town. the other �al', saw a III Oed doe.s.lI't forget. us. ·C � · . . BUSISI::S: S STAFF man· mistake a little girl In wh;lte for Rrof. J.. P. pnueger Frlthjor Tay"et a drinking fountam. �e nearly got It 1lI more blessed to ·lIye M IndlDUSINESS MANAGER ---'---- his race-.ba5h.ed In by �L..:Dlls vtctuals in aceorda.nce � God's Word. ����E��� R -�:!y Grlbbol�m . . - When a man \lIars on our gra\·el football field. he 60011 15 really about lIS. Jar-fetched" the Let lIye OOd's Word. . CIRCULATION MANAGER - J\largaret. Craft stu<jent.; mlstakh� clnAArcOm chaiN! for . Prof.. A. W. Ramstad h t e l t �!�� �h�;·�hen c:� � :�: ;::e l:�etx;�;� · a·. r;lo�S :I�;' tree tronks. CIRCULATION A. SSISTANT S - Lenore Wlth"'w. thlll In here Qlln!fS can you It Kathr}TI Anderson . of" his suiJslllutes for thn;e hert.y, linemen .. . TOUOH In the recent drama. club t'lections. world·In �helr true ptrspedlve, you will AD SOLICITORS - Hl\rr)· McCormleil., Edna kel­ LUCK: for OUnr Ludlow. We wrrf:' in hopes of $( 'elng . the boys �ere Jeft·oot In the cola. One walk In humHlty and glorify your Clod: st'y, J8.5I)1;'r Johnson. Elizabeth Fdis. 'Emmell the Puyallllp Plunger pull·erlze the·opposition agRin thls was elected. but he.had to be-the !;Ither Arise and walk with the dignity ot .a '"Thompson fall . . Art.d. gt'tUns back to $:lIgllIg-al\ ",'ho make·the �andldate� were ot the AAme sell! Two FACULTY ADVISERS - N. J, Hong. O.J. StuC'lI Choir must be able to sing. That"5 one rule the mR.nage­ others were put In capacities, but 110- .child .6f God·· Dr. O. A. TingeLstad --:)i�'/ / 1--------' ment ha.s to make. If }:ou call hit high ··C· ·Inot w11h a body wa.<; opposing them. WomRn·s rockl . lhe dlrcctor will probably hade pTact'6 with you. sutrrage? Who's surrerlng! 'Vlwt Are We Going At. left!3t. rOil w�1 be called by your (Irst lID.m'l ...Singing \"-1'/, Is a rUml)· business. If )·im I're good. people call It rell1'0 Make This Com;n/Z Year? , P atronize, Our Advertisers-Ing: if you are poor. )·ou ate crooning: and Usou dOIl·t . I'REXY'S CnRN-'�R . Il'S g �Iast il\g . �Ioll till' As Ihis n.rSll'dilinll (If Defore going to town' read this ) !<Ing. they rlltye about your posslbllttles.. column. The following fli"ma are An Apolol!" and·u Correction lu pn's:-, thl' slaff is Illllil"iJlatill � U most stln't'SS­ "�II�lre 1:;�n��I�g S��d��:�� th� :I:n:��, 'I On May 20� 1935, Sergeant George frle;�d<; and adyertlsers In the Moor­ for Padfit- Lutlll'l":lII Culll'gt, . Il1t"·t'I·Y ful ha�;:l:""'�l�eS:: I \�: depilrlllu'lit (If adi,·ity tllt'n ..'-"" is a ll1al·\"l'II�tls ·em ..We walll hnppenlngs for new� . . Try 1iRS51ng a W. Anderson, at the request. .ot the Ing Mnst. uprising.I'nlhusiaslll. whit-h is l· CHlp l" Ii wll1t profl's.-.or. ar:d then lea\"('· YOllr name with us (and the President of t1"!e Collete. addnMed the that ('Il'all, whult'soll\t, spiri t Sll l·1I1ll1111111 III tl,IIS. AlIslrum Printing Company nlUnben. ur 11"0 walking wlt-h HAL JO- .�tudents and the�faculty at lhe chapel telt'pholle ... Boynton·s Oarage illStilutitlll: HANSEN tha!"s new� . You might bite som'ebody. exercises. Sergeant ".nderson'� address BrookdRie Barber Shop (inulua\h· till' tit'sin' 'It" Pa if i l· I.lltherull ':01· bllA" anybody. bite BERT MYHRE .. " he won·t mind was an · earnest and effectlye plea for Brookdale Orocery Co. lege foundt;l·s, Ihut this sl"huu 1 hI' strolll-! rally­ ,It Margflret !sll·t around). Anyth.lng lIll uJ1-&I)�Ct'- a mOl'e sympathetic Interest In the en­ . The Bugaboo ing ! u iul fill· Chr isliuu udi\"lly in Ihl' 'Vpsl. is Like notebooks that are filled With leetu�e notes 17 the listed man, particularly · tl1e new reClub-Rate Cleaners Ili'ing rt'ul i7..c d. ·111'ruugh t he t. ' ffur t!'> uf till' (Ut:-· crult 01\ the part of our Church In fall and cartOOlls by the Um� 6prlng rolls arou p . Conrad:S- Corree Shoppe ully ul tl (:ulll'ge fl·.iends, a. 1 1 1 lIl"h Wllll'" ITI:llglll­ FOR ENTERTAINMENT a�k Marv Jensen to I1 '-y_�Star- The "foarlnr Mast for May 31 1935 . . Dahl Qroeery co. lioll u( this school in lilt' ;\ o rthwl 'st 1:-; \'\"IIIt'I t. ...�t on the plano and for Indigestion ha'9'�E the addrt'ss Is reported in words which ' Daniels' Service Station " ncrcusc II( l'lIrullllH'lIt ill till" la:-;t (t'W L...i J Uh BARRET cook dinner for YOIl \lIot tha'.. �Il-knfi'w blfl the speaker did not and in a man­ . Dengler '" Tone ... ....vc Qr s IS 1"('lIlurkul!ll'. and "huil'llls ('Ullll' 11I'I·t' lie surmise because she s balchlngl \ '-...!!... .Sr which calls for an apology to the Dollar Studio frulIl Alaska, Easit'rll slates. alld Cilliforniu. eaker s and the army the army P We have heard some Jaw-breaking blologlc.al ter�. but chaplaincy F\sber's k 'l 1 lr l 'i ha\·e to go some to beat Mr. Hlghby's lulu, to-wit: : Hanso:1·s Jewelry ���Yl� �.\..�1��, r�I.' '. �T�i1� 11:�s� l�(�:��n� l �, I�� t�� 11�11�·:;.t1 �11- the)··11 A typical cell contains chromatin. centro:o;ome enclosed The undersigned hereby In aU sln­ HartsoOk's Th(' outlouk is par lit ' lI lar i y fa\"orahll' this in a ('rllltOSllhere.linin.mltlll't.oodrill.. IlUCleUli, nucleolw. c'erety orrer this apology. We are con­ Jt>tlund & PalegruU I t l I l' lllnsUd�. and vocuolC' . . .WE'VE NOTICED: that HELEN strained to take the tCsponslblllty, be­ Johll5On-Cox · r:I�!�s :�� ��,:tr ::�� �:���I\ llr�I�,r)l�l:t·::!:, ::: ::�g� �l � SeOl·!' hns slnUe that wOlild make any guy turn cart­ caU!ie guidance lapsed during ell8.mlna.­ KlmbaU's CO. ;tlwtlwr yt'ar of pn'pal"ing )·UUII/-! 111('11I ;lnd wh«'ls .. TOE-NAIL DESCRIP'"nON: Ellen Betrstrom. lion week. In particUlar do we wish to Lien & Selvig WOlllt'l) fur tht, pr uft'ssi'lII Ilf t'llut·alillll. In llu' lhe t....o-room . sr.hool marm. y,lth the hickory stick alld repudiate the following statements, I n Lou Johnson n:aI III' of l':.:lrli l·tIITil'ula,· al"li, ·itil's. is In ht· ('\('rrthlllg which the Inexperienced reporter mIM­ Lutheran Brotherhood uuli('l,d Iht' large Im·utlul fO!· rhuir IIIl'mlll'r· ed, the spirit of Sergeant Mderson's C. O. Lynn Mortuary ship. Th(' llIuit'riul tUl'hotls( , from is gout!, allll loyal and manly pieR. for our 'deeper Parkland Confectionery a gr.t'nlt"l" :-;tln·t'ss fOI· tilt' "Choi!· of Iht, \\'t'st" understanding of the &Oldl�r's religious Parkland Oarage is hupt.'d fnr. I.asl Yl'm· tilt' P. I.. C. ( i la�liutl l rs need. !,nd the Chaplain's dlfllcult work: Parkland aolf CoUf� mad,' a fille n'l'ul· tI ill (ootball, ,'\"('11 pulllllg tht.' ·'Thc aYera(!! soldier deserves hJs bad Parkland Mercantll� Bpl lj nghum Stall' ;\01'111:11 \·iki ll gs Ull tlu'ir lis·t reputation·'; "The type of life Is· very People·s Store o( ddt'aled. \\'ilh Ihl.' rl'ltll·II'" II( tw('h·y- 1t'l1.1:1·­ degenerallng to personality"; "The Peterson·s Studto mcn anti sOllie ('xt.'dlent lIew 1lIt1leriul. it looks army chaplaincy Is not a satisfactory QllallW Knitting Co. like a !Jig st'asolt (ur uur IHI)·s. rell810us ornce'·; and "Not aU are do­ Ret!d·s Foods illg their duty." The addres.s cast no Tht'II, P . I.. C. 1('1 liS llIakt' this tllIt.' grllnd Rhodes Brother.; . 5perslons: It --was an attempt to brtng y,'ar! \\·t' know thai l'wl X--�ltltl{'ril will gr asp . ,!'home · · Schoenteld·. tlur \"igor. alit I I'nter inlo -sehoul lift' whult, ­ to the Church Its duty toward Sprenger & Jones :\ h('urit'tlly. The �Iullring Iasl ll\)pt.-,s to pul olil· the army, and the �nllsted man's need The Stationers Inc. sdwol lift, in a salisfUl"\on · \"l'rlml fOl'II1. \\.1.' of Christian oontacta. It Is said Umt. the \lrlyUege 01 being (.\lerywhcre Tacoma Engraving Co. wallt our paper tn II(' ulle· whkh is frel' frullt ease ls. the pret'()@:atlve of gl81I05. confldcnt \!len and The man In unttorm wtll be more Tacoma Martne Supply co. \\"l' \\lIllt it to ht, profeAAOrs . . so we can see how a lA"acher can retain than ever welcome among us the l! l'tty gnssip anti pn'jmlil·p. Ted Brown Music Co. Iht' official sOlln·e uf sdtnollll.'WS (0.. our I1lUIl\" his composure with all the Ycnn1l1ion. rooge, and . brll· result ot the plea: and we trust that . Ho use of Plowers Tschunk.o· U rl'lltiers. \\\' w:lnl it In hI' illuslruliw tI( sl"hmil Iiantlne staring him In the face every c1,1lSS period . those conceme� wi accept thls apology. Washington Hardware life ut its ht,!,>t. Slmknt hllih·. , '\"l' ft,,'1 assw"('d What with fountain pens. lipsticks. c1garet lighters: teeth o. A.TINOELSTAD, President West Coast Grocery Co. Ihut you ur,' with us! N. J. HON �, :A:'dy1ser and stomachs, llt� ror the :werage Pe-Ell-CetM Is Just one nflll after another ... When Ril.\ph Bolstad 5peakB of himself he 5IIYs '·We" (mellJll:11: he and his mustache) We Love and Take . .Barney has one, too. Be careful about perspiring. · Barnel', or )'ou·\I find your mustache runnIng down your Pride in Our Chapel' Educ ation Pay s chl� . ..TOE-NAIL DESCRIPTION: lone Madsen, the One of Ihe most IhrillitlJ.! ant i illspirinl-l 1tIt1dream .glrl slxt.cen-year-o)d boys Imagine In a kJtchen IIlt'lIls in our sdHHII life i s Iht, dlUpl'\ period. with an ·apron and cook book. whidl is hcld ft�r ()Jl('-Imlf hUli r ('\"ery scl,Hlul You should hear What the gJrls In the dorm saying Illorning. 14 $45.000 Ken Anenson tThey regard you, boy)) ...Esmer­ Who can 11l'I-p (('('ling thrill('" in 11 gather ing about alda Ton·end Is a tongue-twbter (. the name, we uf enthusiastic youth, singing su whole-heartctL­ mean)Oyldla ... but Paul Armstrong wrote It on three letters · 1), the Lord's songs? Whp could hclp but he one week.. .We wonder It Johnny-wanney Stueti 15 Jo · r life· 18 $78,000 OJarde's �t d\s.h . .. you blow, !.he guy on the foot.-­ ::;��� i�� . ��; ���f. �p��� ..�����I(ls ·rIOt�ttlfl���� ball squad . . . You might t.hlnk AI JacObs and Otls the lurge attend.ll I ll("(,. which is entirely volun­ Orande f1!re landscapes by the way the girls h�re gaze at tary. is evidcnce of the wonderful school spirit· them ... The co-cds in the dorm play� hoats to a num- . fur which Pacific J.ulhcrnn College can feel life 60-$150,000 up of mIce the other evening ...they probably studIed ,·cr\" proud. Also. the bCAutiful flowers so kind- ber standlng on chairs and slept on the wardrobe top . a to Ruth 80111e-by popular demand--on general HAROLD C. HOEl. Seattle, WashinglOll �'a���18��b�� t�� a����:!������s/)ji ����il;i>Cl�i. Bouquet: principles Alvtnna vWta the Kitchen at all Represenlinl \Ve invite friends ·und �quailll!lnces of the tbne.s or tb.e day-to retLarson a drink water, buh? . , . 'the . school 10 ,'isit our c.hapel exercises.. Each morn­ . FreshmeIJ. Inlt�on showed up o!those · � under ing we look forward to our chapel service, and t1n:, and those who fry ...By the way,1'1:10SolJe and Pont Lutheran Brotherhood lake especial pride ill maintaining the largest didn't tum out for choir t.hla year � who lEGAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE· · frettlnr oyer the prune trees being picked, bide Your time 1,oss1ble atlendan cc_, . Herman L. Ekern, Pres. and cet them In aauce� REMD.mER: Don:t carve uP _ 608 Second Ave. S. Minne.po!is, Minn .. "'If u house be di\"ided against itself, Ihat · the new cba1rs, boys and Ilrl&: .. unleu. you can etch deslgru:. liuuse cannot stulid�'-Murk ;1:25. Publlsht'd e\'ery t"'·o ""His dllrlng the school rear by th� students of Pacific Lutheran ColI�. 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With tt1t' f!nancl� oooper'a�Ij)� of W. A�. A . .Counc�1 Ap oi ts Ath· Uncle SlI.m. Rnd: und'er the dl��lon 'Qf . lelic Manarers For Year TH·E !VIr. JacksQn. Mr Lunde and'l.ir. OLson. CRptain 81\11 selUOn. a new sport ft,t � And' by means of the wor,3 . or Ilu'V P. : L. C.. wUI com;-"'lence �ext Mon· .-, . "l of'-lwe!\'e lettermtm �roup of F. E. R. A. stude-nt With the return \, th.. CoI- day ,for ,women Rthlet.es. . Mn., Adah GOAL.POSTS Raisin!! the- curtain on their strenucnd w('altn of nt'w mill-erial. PL.C:::. leg�--hllS� prQ\'ideod th.e men's ' athleti{' Dapper, c;oaeh. and fone Madsen. . eight gnme grid schP<lule. the polooks fqrwa· r d to one of Its �rt�h�St. department with new combined drt'S!!- ilger. are laying i:>lans for t�e schedule . ' .l · t t t di . i t room. or ·. SI :: ��:d s����n�Ut t��l;��t ��:�� w��n t ��;;;8���in�i5n:leu)!t!ln::I�� ::k �=:� a ���:� j��� :��:�: ���':;�:��e�' r= .Pn1'�l\ er J)f.::::�·s AlhleUc A.�I&tlon. election Snturda�·. $(>ptember 28. In the fr.Jm. Coach. 000':1 may be pardoned unexpected 'return of Ha�otl\w. fleet- B('sldes mN!t1ng. the Ill"ed for - larger. tion.'J have been �mpleted with the l;in�1rI Bowl at 2 o·clock. when they for �portlng a broad s.mlle these days. footed eXl-captain. lU"Id Diltch....¥oe.: athletic r q IHI-mlng .of '�rt�ude Stenberg Ii.!i secrt'­ dressing ua ters It has also . dou·n to the annual buslneRi h l'ngngt> the bruisIng f'ort Leu'l !' Army as he get.s rle1d general. made It $SIble to transrer the !\th- lary. Alice .Cook"" l\er£eant-8t-8nn of turnmg out a u'orthy oggregat��n to · eady ·,·Iel·en. 1'-18e Goff �porler. · and�elr letes and !irst th(' O'Connor froni ·Co:Captaln Bucky .troubles Luther�n College In " Pug" Ludlo w rOillld ?ut lh� bac�. floor Of th� maIn bu!ldlng to tJ:"!e base- lindTheEulRne�ly In n)eetJng the A�rm' sq\lad�n t.he ��r�:��a�.a�n� elected omcers, P�s. . . po t. GI:lds .....1I1 be tackling team that u·1Jl . flE'ld. which. remains Intact· fl'om last ment 'of the Gymnnsl�m where thl')' Ident Enid Hutson. and Spon Managers ' I-I the. A. A. Council ,stitute cO .bE' In tip·top shape. the\' have b�n wU1 ",11 rE Ir doubtful is It Basketball However. belong. year. lly a I players 1 ' :'''.d . 1rh,..t I, more .the ooach Is po� Ludlow will be . tn shape for the �speclanl' bE' In a position � -Apprecl- f�r the corning ye-ar. 'Jut �11l("f' August I. and w'lIl have thE' worried especially about the eleventH Fci;t; Liwl!'i ·gRr.le. as. he L<; a.J pr:f!st'nt· ate the closer proximity or the showers 'Sport managers for thl' 'year have added adnntage .of one tough tussle <;po! Roldlng . been ajlpolnted as fOIl.ows:. Captain' down tl�e \ ncant tackle nursing a badly Injured arm. 'F.red to the basketball noor.. with thl' C. P. S. Wgg('rs under Ihl'ir In .capllble ra.won '. s Kenn('th HeanY,.former bt'lts. Howen'r. Coach Olson and thE' bl'rth grldder. has taken '. Started last winter as Federal Aid Ball. tone ·Madse�l; Basket ·Ball. Edna. Anen!'pn. former Burlingto]l star. who over Ludlow's' Ab-t Luth('Tan s'upportl'rs bl'lIe\'e that If tips ' t II unlob wtll lI�d jee duties. pro t the W S rushed o com- KelS('l': Volley Ball. Ruth Froyen:, thc scales at I�I pounds. the Norv.·eglan.� get Into ;.he proper doubtedly start the ' Ar�Y game. There Pletlon ' in tlh,e for' the fall opening of C�lt. R?bert-a Torrlson; Tennis, Louise pl.J..)'slcaLaud.. mcuta.l-coudIUon-there----ls.:... L-I the.. pos U sIb ltLtpat_. . s uch ls stellar perschool f I\nd ootball season. ThE' WllI!ams: H1klng. Marie Johnson and t:he no rt'a�n why they ciln110t hurdle Ih.e !lI:�����eR�;U:p��;::l�7���' Ys:� fOrmers as SOlie. Tom��iU:oos. project COiTi�'- tiMer the f't'de",I- r� �1 �!...!�hn��;�13l1sebal �. Lolilse Hend � . �oldlf'r cle\'en and carry on where they . the Unger regulars may and beoust aulrelflents which state that financial rickson. l'ra� Thelma N-eSS-:--- llnd-Fo-Ik I'-'n off aftl'T last year's successful sea- �\�'����� ?"��:�\.���:II�!� :n� :e �l�r;-l�� fore game time. �id ")11 be givril. to so�e project only �ames. Helen Lilja. a hr r "j "Oil . t. o n. be under- +--_______M_�__; would wi whlcli ordinarily the Olson At Coach �tlons r-g two. co-captains In the persons tcnw.th·e lineup pll\ces nIne vcter: pnlsent �f- Rus.<; · Fr�'e and " Bucky" O'Conner. hot: Nilsen. si"."(l'('t. four Inch star end. taken by the schCJlI n.t the time. 1 :. l!;m iii the first-elew'n. with �any Ilew F Mercantile t'r.. Is ;! St. an� , L.C. and . P NOrm former rye. . engine Mr Olson College the . . . tHen thr('a t elling to wrurpc any !lrst. O O!le. observers I_I p.ark l<lnd. W�st"nglon that "Sakral- , Martln's Wlngma.!l" ' �.a·nCiS Archbold recelvl�g both bouqllet.s and brlc�b'" I oti('e-d s n �\rlng playcr whose performance is not: Fel't NII9l'n:' cloudseraplng Photo F,nl hlng: Photo end. was- and. Stan ford are. also Qut for an end for his Ingenious feat- of .carrying ?"'e . EKpert to par. tn allY ('vent. Coach Olson t. . Md Courleou� and . the $uppites. promP handicllpped during 'the job. The right tackle position Is .be.: hot wat�r. ror the showtrs ServIce as.'!ured · of a hustling outfit wlt.h ficOII.�lderably . (ell' days of practice. It. developed ing. w('11 taken care of by " Iron man" steam for the heating Of !.h.e gymriasr st . .' �!rOllg reserve!;. the lock or which has !.hat he was being crippled by trying to Svl nth. t",ro_yc.ar letterman. At left. lum through the SRme pi�. The seal- ,-------. b!'C1l serious weakne!<.� with P. L. C. wear a .polr of number", 1 2 EE �oes. tackle Is Kenneth Anenson. an out- lions come [rom the afuletes who. n _ -+_ -;. . !ell-illS In thl' past. o · The manage'rs came' t-o his rescue In �tandlng new !-iJle . prospect who tips Uielr tired. gloomy mood. find It a ' & TIlt' Glads were dell It � serli?us blow t�l lle . howeve r: and fitted him Up with the Warns lit 1�t::pe urid8. For �sen'e little annoylng . to turn on the hot I . . e \\'Iit'll Ludlow. chunk), fullback, �hlpped aJ pair large l'nough. tackles Coach Olson ha.s Otis Granije. shov{ers. �nly to receive hot steam. , : ; �:�' : � ;Utt� S �� s . ne t t s D, :_\ lX)J1e III his elbow ond will probably Bolstnd. and Mose Lyons. Bob SOme of the stars. more dlrricult to Norwegi<ln Cod liver Oi l . slat c es Ralph be out of the Army tl�t.... RunnIng In ,\nother Gladlalor hoop om Martin and LfIwrence Grrnler. a pair �lItlsfy. hll-\'e even gone so (ar to show Cor. I I rh <lnd Ta-com<l Ave. I h�!; place Is Fred Hean)". n('�·oomer from alont to prove his versatility In ath- of hus.kles have taken over t-he guard Ihelr Ingratitude as . L9 return to using I Phone MA,n 73.1 4 Llllcoin High. �'ho if he [It..<; into 01- letics In Arnold Tummervik. This positionS. and bode no good for the the old l5howers In the Main Building. ­ ,«JIl'S comblnatlon will Inject a tre- f1nshy gliard. .....ho sclntllnted on ' the. (lppo.�itlon. Simon Anderson and !Jar. HOWe\'er. lest the reellngs of the es­ II\cndous a!lloun� of speed Into the maples III.<;t year. Is turning out for the (lId Andersen are al,so promising guards. teemed l'nglneer bf) InJured. we hasten b:lckrtl'ld. Besides b('ing a track man rougher outdoor sport- and Is making a At cente.r Coach Olson has sta.tloried forwaid with the mollifying opinion Hcany seems to be big E'!lough to take determined bid for one or the half- Russ F'rye co-Qn.pl-l.!.!n and last year·s that those few disgruntled persons were I DISTINCTIVE aeo I n u a comer. I also o o n s n e I l lh Sr. , �acoma. V/n . c : t ;r:�:� :h� :�:::::: ::�; �� :���r ':::��I��dll:: p;!��:: :: m:�� ��:!�'g .��. f:�· c �:; s i;;:t::I Y:��:O��d ���_�!!� !f�; . 257 So. Wat ch Re drillh"ig his squad 'to st.op the Army h·lm a valuable !lSSet In Coach.Olson·s Conch Oloon �rno doubt start nine nil. the assoelatlons and memories of � l IUl1<.<;ing threat. McDonough, whose backfield. lettermen .In th TSt me, alLhough yean cannot be·broken and.cas.t Mund- ! tll.<;.SeS to Martinez. big fast end. have at the p�nt IIpe It would be 1m- er In one snort. year. Howev:er. the 1 -0------ ---I-I bc<.>n respomlble for the majorIty or Ba.ck in the fGlds .pin alter two poMlble to (lll.me a�1.3rt ng_�up. The coach and managel"S have high hopes " �eaTS absence during which Ume he !lnal selections probably will be made of gradually weaning the boys away (hell long gains In planning his oHenshe the Gla.dl- picked liP both athletic and c1!1SSroom after a practice scrImmage with the rrom the old showers House of Ftowers knov'\ cdge at St Martin s College Is College of Puget SOund or a local high awr bo..o;s ",III build his attack around T"_�'I L.�dl"' flow.' Shop r p w C a n y S P<lC Ave al 50Th GAr 05 14 I !:�p��� �a�l :ar��;: fe����;e: :�: :I� :a::::t :�� �� ��e :::��� ��i IS ��S hedule Is as follows -SUIT.S..AND OVERCOATS open RRzzle-Dnzzle t)pe of orfen-;e \\ho is just as adept In pack.lng the ball SePt ::!8C Fort LewLs at Lincoln Bowl I --- --For ule eKc/uslvely at and utilizing the sP€'<'d. which Olson His n;turn should solve some of Ceach Oct 5 MonmoutJJ Normal at Lincoln Bowl letl &. l)(JI;S{'sses In ilL'! backrteld In abundance. Olson s problems. I I II .. 912 P<lcific Ave. .Oct. 12: E1lensberg. Nonnai at EllensThe line Is not botherll)g Olson very ! after listen- burg much as It Is experienced althvugh light. ThIS department ----+ . IInti If thr.y can open up thl' holes In Ing to a recent radio Interview of Coach Oct. 19 : Albany COllege (Portland " First in Tacoma" h l t the Army line and shake hiS small fast at �rtland ' th & Pacific . . ��:g:�� branch) . Knitting r Quality backs Into the ol)('n, the Coach believes �::: :t��:e �e: ;o:17�1��0 . 26'. Unlv. or Brltll'h Columbia at Co. n l-femlnlstic grid mentor In regard Oct. � I\ Jl o a be that It will wide Ope!l s orl g game. . Vancouver o u lAtter Swe�te" Our Spe(l�lfy n ��� �'lt: �: US��:e��� ��,��:ss����� :o!:�� �; ����:e� Nov. 2: Be!llngham Nonnai at Belling. e· e ll e l t c!�� ��.r� hIgh time that hom 1 I .Fr"""""'''''\il 40.3 1 1 th 51 .. T<lcom<l. Wash his team but Is only con- declared that it wnswhen \'Ictory ror one of his Nov. 9 :. Linfield College at Lincoln L.. something was done e .t t n h u ISc FOR NINE HOLES called him Bowl (Homecoming) �l��� �('�: =rr�:l :; !n �h� ::d �;t�; players I\bsent-mlndedly 'Perhaps It might help to close . Z5c FOR Itl HOLES ' ." into good condition a� Is leaving It to ·' honey.-· -. I t a football .men path kicking-post P the +-Se to r e ' t� v SWlmmtng y I Wrecke t he= In= the= game. r�= the= men= to= do= r ic . D<lY anrd Nile ,;;: before each Important game. I!ut then Mrs. Adah Dapper. women's athletic ' 1 = � " again don't forget Coach. that to some coac S1.W Student .monthly rate a swimming I I r SPECIAL-P. L. C. Stud.nh Only . rorTuesday men. women just those creatures to partyh. toIs bearranging next night. 60c retsch Harmonica SL50 Ladles rate· monthly GA. 0145Rl whom they relinquiSh scats In a crowd· October 1, atheld , 25c InSlruction iBook the Y. W. C. A. In Ta . S2.OO Men's monthly' rate CAS REPAIRINC OIL �th 44c and �h s ad ed !;treet-car. coma. I H Parkland · Golf Course Russ Frr�, dou1"bty Co·Capta.l.n, re_ 1 /2 1 - 23 Broadway !lentl! rumors that his being shifting P.-\TRONIZ�. OVR ADVERTISERS f from' tackle to center was In any way '" caused by the a.rrlval of any new man e is t t Por��%� �Y ����h� Y l O I S Pac.f,c Av�. I ��� ��at�;e : :�e�te� �� �u:d:�: 5 P : pertence and Is only re�urnlng to his MAIn 9237 St H ele s at 91h St i first. love. Ta-coma Washl"gron Coadi

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ther O ili,, ; , e08on , HeJlo. lind another Hello' Meeting for the first �e In l\\O Moe Qn.d Roland f}IIiRnson. aU�dU. According lo Mr. Throoore Nell!6O!l . · Comml�te1! ll s ,of '35. are re.\stcrlng R�' the Unl- Dean of Men. me,",iber� .I?f the Men'� . Agllin the HIgh School begil1.5 proE!- rears. the 'lnt,e�:modlcRI -� ot wllShingU:m. · COll\'t'lled Mondll)" In t,\lht' -Rt . ' Oormlwry 10tRI fifty thlll 5emt"SIN. year of worthy recognition In COQperRUon Thrt'e nell.' members ha\'e bE'en added pectl\'{' �ldent \'ersily Old �rn�e of Rt. RE'-\'. R.' L. \tlell Co!VsI> LuthfrA.l1 acU\ PAcific . Inert-aN' of · 'eral·grad)Jat�iba.\'e tra.vel� east this III An approximate Yellr to thl' co.lIf>8e teaching st.il.H this fall. you notice hUIII' ma6 t it of Ihe Pacific t?ISlrlct o! � ,o�eghm for�\school. of us turn£'d Ollt t ' -Paul. HvlddlnlJ-'35 . .ls At twenty per cent rrotn lft.';_t 's mC'nI· WIth tht' Rppolntment of Dr Harold J. for the C'holr? We h'ln'e the old �hOO.1 Lut.hC'ran c urch of All1e��. to COil_ Pflutaer. J� �rshlp. while . e Colleg· Luther . . � ��:�. Rnd Prof. and M�. Michel �plrlt. and we !!lte ld 10' u� It . n . : , ��:I�e��l ���:l ;��r;��� r!. =c�� �:pp����a:l:d �!�ul��r��p·.S5��. .�::�� Se�;::rn:.��r���!:�'I�el:���� Mrs. Ruth Swanson Fram:k f('"C('lv- Virginia Smith halls der the a\lS ICeS 0 -the kmerlcan te;ldIJ"8 Capitol UnlversllY. at Coll).in- sen as pre.'l-ldent for lhe coming 5t'nu'��'� from the farth. l a o � I I hls year, coml.llS from Cor- ���::n�:�:;; . ter. Roy Lundquist 'w\ll aSI!.lst 95 VICt'.'---:;SlstS of five buth- bus. Oh·IO. �:U��:H;� ��:m �o����:: �;:\:;slt ��. est ·A.placelaska. · · Cl}.e.rU� .Leaske. Howard erRn ' synods. four of IO\hlch Chester 5011(' will be t�e � A. '!ore repre- Wedding bells rang for E\'elyn Olsen. p�dellt.y-treasurer. ""' Nel\' York, a)1.d hC'r M. A. degree fro�l dO HudS?Il. �d DennJs "Ia�d�ne come "nd Russell f'r)1' the Unh'erslly of Washington. Pre"I- from 'Metlakatla land. also In A a scl1ted on this �('Onunlttet. .1\5 follows: ':jl: and Alfred Anderson. '26. on �uly secretRr . rgeAnt-at-arms. Ls II\.� . Al1U-'rlC9-n Lutheran Church. repre-sent- 24. with their re!Jde!,ce gl\'en A1· Ta-. w�� nlUll�d M' .the College OilS to this she attended t d e ' l� be performcdFI:�� ' t or ?llge! Sound for two yeArs. Shc ��:�I: �t :�'�e��: ��� !r;;, �o!:�l� ed by Roe\'. L. Ludwig of �rtland. COmA. . ����c�� ��I:n. taught Engll�h for se\'eral years in the fa\orab Orl'gtln; who is Preslde)lt �f' the North_ . Elizabeth OfIhl. high .school. gradua� : I }' recOIl,,Ized ' . chnrge 'of boys: In committee . west Dlstrlct. and by Re\' . Amos. Mln- of ·35. ' is at.tending Ihe State Teacher5 Thcoma public schoob. and for stx 11l��IOIl heid ' IAs't ' f'rlday, Included �'ears was an English Instnzctor fO.r HArry McCormiCK was elected p�l_ ne:mal� of. Balem, ..Oregon: August&l!a College at MII�ot. Mlnnesot-a, Johan;>en. "IU�d Harold Lundquist, Roy the College of the city �f Nell.' York. i:ll'llt of the High School Benlor. Class Synod represented by Dr. C. R. Swa.n_ Tr.A\'e.lIn8. st. Olaf-ward this fall were For .the evening'! en­ Knutzcn. For two �'enrs Mrs. F'ranc.k h8:'l been Frida\'. son of .SealUe,. "'ho .Is treasurer of th� Man'ln Howi,c�. �: Milton N.esvlg. '35, Vern ""Ice-presldent, VIrginia Columbia . ti lu . hester l , r Bolle. ' Sla.nley C ent l ter ' connect.ed \\'I�h t·he Tetlchers' College. Davis' wa For Re\'. Conference. Alld b� Carl .Floyd , Knutzen. and Harold Trulson. and Betty B\"are \\'111 V. Lund Ford lind Arthur HRavlk planned p�. sasnRmed Columbia Unl\"eM!lty, lI:here . she has of MI.. Vernon: Lutheran who a'ttended P. L. C. In 1934. ' st'C�tfl.r}'-:trea..'1urer. Stu- ' A. Club the'pep by ro t assL'> gra�un\bers. been part-t.Ime teache-r. and tlAS .glv _ 'offlclate Pree Church represented by Rev. Joh ebe elected soon. A. Houk�m of Beattie:. N(�,r a.n L th" , Eldon Anderson . '35. and. Eugene Bur- committee. '- .-'I'll demonstration course� .dur�ng Ihe d nt ooch'' offleers .. will �'e'g1 � l.J?���h J1 \·e.. .bOLb.... r1!glst.e red '!-" th .- ' , . summers. The- Inquisitiveeye hOJL.uoLice<l- .� clL.oi.-Anl.tr-ita- � � College' of Puget SOund. ' D, R. G. EI ectlon. �of. �nc���cholas f'ram;k_ttt:el\:=...cmatn v· R. BOfIstad of �ugene, Oregon. Idp. Hinderlll'. '31 and Benry BerntProfesoor Yashur' lskat1llya b)' ReRev. cd hi!: edUCAtion In, Europe nnd In A. J. Nae.ss of Sa�ta Barbara, sen l1ert mnrrled this summer ..<thev As a result of Delta Rho Gamma girls to go walking In the rain. and , America , He was '?om In Consta!ltln- coaxing CAlifOnll�. All members were present eleetlollll held ')'esterday t-!,e following· -If you are wise "ou will watch further ex�ePt th� California member.. Me�t- are now 1I\lng ' at Olg HA�oor ople. where hl� fathl'r In the HWl- dl'\'elopment� I of �ur prep boys out for lg "/ t h e a te �����:r ';:'�da��:17. ��es:-:��. ��� ���: ����a7 ��n�:;;�,:' s��/ �;�� football-Bob S\'flIe. Ot\'· Schl�nbusch. �. L�:�� :/��:I� :n�' :V��I�� FaCility If Alliuml Ho lJol' ' .....a..� elected at a meetlng . held 11lSt K eg . r or 1 l nllShlm"B�dapest. and at the Superior �: :I:O ::��I= �;� I�Sl\ �l:;r � :. � M: Krnabel of Portland. who Is prest- . Re�C I )ti()1! Fo r S ludt'llt� IIprlng: \·Ice-pres.ldert, Margaret. RorMuniclpnl Academy. from which he a8a.ln thiS yC'�r.-It sel:ms CIlA,rlle dent of the College Board of TrUlitees. ' . . Lrecording' secret.nry. Jeall Mllrlc was graduated. HI!; studies wcre con- Leaske President O. A. T1ngelstad, of Pacific As t.he opening social event of the Fowler: corresponding se� retarl', . Alice Just can't make up his mlnd- Luthera. . thllied at the Unh'ers!ty of Budapest. or- ·ha.� he? n College, preslded·at the com- school ycar, {acuIty members of Pa- CO(Ik: . t.reasurer. Nor�a. .Preus. Rlld The onl' high school grad Mr. F'r8nck later served as A re'PeesenCI!lc LuUieran Collf>8e entertained th� sergeallt-�t-arms. Enid Bla�e. Is mL....'1lng Is E]!:o.abeth Dahl. .mlttee meeting. tatl\"c of the Hungarian Ministry of of '35 that off t� �he tOWl'r for a better The committee was unal.llmous In 118 , student body�'It.h a recepTIon held In ...-Commerce to B.Jussels. Belgium. and -Well 01 support t.he Luthernn Cooperation the Collt'ij"e recreallon room, Saturday 'Iew . i al!;() to the Ullited States. where he \ program In the maintenance, s,uPllOrt: evening, Sep�mber 14. Mrs. Lora �, DANIEL.'S SERVICE. recel\ed a Bachelor of Science degree igh school bllS- conlrol. and development of Pacific Dea.n of Kreidler. Women, wa.s managel In of the h . GAS OIL from UW College of thl' Cit} of Ne" kelball team he 'lias a great sucCt'!iS Luthp.ran College. charge of general nrrangemenl.8. B e d s r I f hI a I I t r .I B,oOkdale . .wa�h ln lon ���l�' t�� S:h.:� ::r :!II�::Il� � :,:s ������I:� :�li;�')�:� ;� �: �� �� bll� t�: �;;�tt:���:��dll:�I:U:��; m!:;�lo� :! �m�'nl��al:!; t�:es��:�ln�� , York Unlverslt y Havln� a major In Ia..'>l- year and he holds the Club Cham- ad\'lsed;Fcb,4ary Instead. 'In hope that A triO consisting of Mrs. PhlUp E. ,_� --+ f'rl'nch. Mr. Franck Is gl\'lng Illstr�c- pionshlp of the Parkland Golf Course. tilC' rnlly ml,ht be preceded by a Past- Hauge, -Mrs. J. O. Edwa�ds. and Rev. . tlon In that ' department at· Pacific Now we sa,IUle him a..� senior clllSS or's tl't re,!lY arId culminated by t.ht: T. O. Svare, accompanied by Pr�f. Lut.heran Gollege. , '1lI1 He hIlS a peculiar way with the Alumni ,Reunion. The final decision O. Edwards. furniShed a vocal· selecDr. Leraas \\'as graduRled from Luth- pre-xy. �1r1s t.hnt ever)' boy in I he school would probabl�\,Wl�made II: two weeks. tlQn. President 0. ,A. T1ngelstrtd ga"e er College In. 1 930. and after thC'n hc like . Although smnll of ' T';Y0A Ofsldcr!'-t10ns Influenced the bHef address. us!!]g the theme. .. J � learn . '; � . attended Nc>rthllo·estern. University. E\'- 19.tllte his heRrt big a hOUl5e. decision t� post�the Rally until "SUcks In Memory's WoodboJl.."· Acnlls him " Mlckey ru�ston, Illinois, for a year. during lI.·hlch SRammy :' but the Fl'bruary. Qne Is the Educat1;ollal Con- eompanled by, Mrs. J. O. EdwflIds. the r__._: ume he WIlS an assistant In bIOI08"y . He fellers cllllc him " MICk."' If you haven't fCl"l'll ce for Lutheran College leaChers faculty wives' quartelte sang, and Mr. · . studled for the following three years La take. place In SI. Olaf. Northfield. . lnstructor, also . mel him do so without dela�·. . Keith Reid. comme�cial at . the University of Michigan from Minnesota. November 29. 30. All mldrendered vocal entertainment. . Membl'r U",!ed PUrity ' Stores . g e h C t d ln l ' . d r o ���� a�� ����� �h:nO:�·r!· :; �t�l� English Tests . S ho w " ;�:� :�ld ��:C: :� ����:�; ������ In:�8-al.�� �� ; � �� ::�:r�: p�:;:� CAr. Parkland I of Ph!losophy. For the pa�t year he Frosh Ahon' ,Avcrn"g:{� ar!' n I vite.£! 10 Ihls confel"l'ncl-'. Presl- a jllano solq. Mrs. Louise S. Tnylor. _ 3 8 1 BR5 . --+ has been assistant Zoologist at the dent O. A. T1ngelslnd hopes t.hat at COWl!y superintendent I, --,. • Cranbrook In�tltut!' Of Science. 810011\- 'n-om a total of '50 possible points. least one or two from P. L. C. may brought a. greeting from Ofthcschools. Plcrce fll'ld Hills. Michigan. Leraas lIIi.1I PaCific LuthC'rll.ll Colleg1' rreshmen attend. and alo;o the IPre�ldent of the Count�' office. lghb a S n . t 1ED'£ �:�� �� ;�; :I::� ' d����t:C':t r �;�;r:� ���7:.�� �;t1 ����c:� w�:c::;I� B�� ��e:I�� :; nccredltatlon by thl' we��t::r���:P��I\�l��g�� ��f�::��� . "�o-f'� '3 In;�l w�k. The nntlonal median. or Northwest Ass\lClatlon of Secondary aud Mrs.. J. P . Pflueger In charge. The SMART SCHOOL CLOTHES FOR MEN AND WOMEN aw'rage score 15 96''.. points. which and Higher Schools was taken up. alld students and faculty enjoyed n social I plnc(>s Prof, R J, Hong's classes stxk'en It Is hoped thal the po�ltlon ror- such hour of becoming acquainted. and or "=-�"",,,� ,, ��....,,,,.... , .I! polllt� above the a\'('rngC'. One lI!udent an accreditation mny be. properly pre- I"l' lng ...-reached the high mflrk of 140 points. pared by next JanUAry. The College new old friendships. F IRST CLASS' I\hlle the 10\\ cst score \\ns 83 Or'll' hns been full} ac�redlted for �ea� In cla....� Alerngl'd a mcdlan SCOI"l' of 12'0 Gur o\\n statio' bllt Ihc financial dlfflCleaning, Oye,�g an� Pressmg polnl.8 This examinntlon Is a means <;ulUes of the Deprl-'!'Sion hn\e_postte h ld petition""for North\\est �:ruc:�� gr:m!: �:�:;I:a��� :: I ��:���n:I�� 9th and P�ci/ic B Roadw�y 3068 ," I Not onl} along the PncUic CGAst Is I CEO KNUDTSON Prop . punctuation are measured • ----. the College rallling Its supporters bul ' Mr. Vlc"\or A. El\'estrom lefi New Chairs Purchased ycsterday PdPers AnnUdls ! The Doll�r Studio -- . for the Inlnnd Empire and Rocky ..Qu4Ility Photo.uph, , REED'S FOODS Sixty new university chairs were pur- MO\ln�ln Region to dl-'velop In�erest . at RU10fl4lbl. Prien Annudl (overs chased last week from the Northwest and support. Where you get more Ce.nlral Bldg. 931 112 BrOOldway . Chlllr Companr 1n 'Facomn, through 1 Tacom;l, 'Washi ngton .. for your money Tickets ProgrdmS . t P . ��' ��� &$:� �� �: �� u:��� Gribbohm to Supervise �e I I r �dndbooks .::==;;;;;-�-;,;;,-;-:::.� are of a light maple finish, have been German Club Activjlies pla�ed in the ma.!n lecture room. 201. -ROYAL PORTABLE . Invitdtions (drds Mcetlng for the first fall session, the WITH TOUCH CONTROL McConnldr. "".. de8cribed in Paclflc Lutheran College German Club the "l�h Sc-hool "Ita�e You Md!" held an elcctlon of officers Tue,sdny Text Books iii noon. Seplt'mber p. [;1 BRoadway 4375 a result of the elecUon, Harry Booklets Pdmphlets Orlbbohm was chosen w lead the club Sprenger 6- Jones t�js year. wllh�M . lldred Larson as vice�.ecord Books JEWELERS president, ,I!-nd lone Madsen secreWatch and Jewelry Repairing a tary-treasurer. Mrs. Bondy Is' club Spec;;alty Stdtlonery Supplies 1 130 Broadway . Tacomi, Wa�. adviser, while Mary Machle, former • ::::==· president, will hold a position as assist.I �' ant adviser. ".:::::::::L :: === ========#I r' = All 'those who have studied German � JO�NSON-(QX (OMPANY I I! " Youare Most -Likely to or are Interested are. invited w attend 726 Pdcific Avenue find at THE BUG ��:a=�� in:'r:s��: �=h!V� : . ' Rho'des Brothers" . •I fall. IUld to speak as much Oe,rman Also U�de:�s, Coron;s OInd 1" poss.Ible in the meetings. Remingtons :. Professor Franck of HungaTinn Diplomatic Sen'ice .Ac('epts Instructing Position . .

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M.arg�rN Llpl?Qinlrd the following g('neral com- Craft Is sl�n'lsi�g the presentation of WLIl con\'el)l; this w{'ek-ehd. OctOber :· Mud: · _�·e. Harold "Bis.<;en" Nilsen. The [Jew oWcers to be Ir.stalled Svlnth. E� ml Solle. Cht't Mot'. I\. 12. 13 at Rt'\". George Lane·S' chun�h. ··Dutch·· . · Eula Mae Oot:. president: I<Jte �rf' tou n'i llkt'roarmngl"nlents for the "TIle Marriage Proposal'" and Bob PhhmeY . Rldge III Seattle. Eliiabet�. 6��fO��e �s:;}a ��}jFr;:c:t'��;1 . ��aat�� .�('n.·vic(' prE:Sllent:. Romola RUsl. Is dlrecUng "Hot BIsCuits.·· ���� ��i�r ��:�g:�;��:�� �;::. Monson ;:�� · a!� bt' cf\lIed o-n to 'mike: r(iLA·r�' -treasilr('r: Marlon Pennie. Stu£'.n. Milpred LarSf'n. and Ralph Bol- hoy. wlll ML..s Craft, llsslsted by ·Ed Svlnth, ·'has cho...n.e Thelma NeS/i. Stanler. Ford. . �tnd ha\'e bren chosen to r"pre5r.1lI the remarks. r".��ndillg secretary.; E::Jizabt'th . Trinity Luther League oJ Parkland · at Thf' �re$hmlln �II£S is charge of historian: and · .Mr. ·FTil.nclt. r tr h Personne·1 / t),e oonfll"f' . A eommltU'('. composed · The chairmen lind their this COIl\'rntion :;�:: ..::tar.:a�rl:: �O::I�.� � n a o l ad Rn. N. M. Yl\·wakl"r. executh·e S('cre- �tw. ; ;:�. � �:;;�, G !� �� c:I�� �\:ho J)la!ln� lind made th�, re \· EngHsh the cqm('�y. · ont'�act cl('\·er l Fu in · l Selected ri I a lk lar)" of tll(' Intl'nlalLOnal Young Pco- Vernrer Bitter program: . .'lIon wrltl rn by Hlhill!r Baukhl4fe and -E' to sUPl'r\' con- sll:;l� arl": l.. n. sen. plf'·s LellRul". will deliver a!l IIddress. �truD)lon. ar '. lse Its . Three-Week Trip" l'nlo Montana Barrett H. C Rrkt'. The ctist of "Hot ��I;I�:�: d�:;at���� I d by Bob MonSo.n ·and ·'Thr Need for the Sa\'lor:' at the openBiscuits." dlr('Ctt' .. .'\t Close of Semester Being lllg lls.wmb1r Frida)' f\'enlng at 8 07_� H arry McCormick Seriousiy Considered VRll)org Norby. Illcludcs Le�ter I-I.0IW. Alice Cook. Arnold Anderson. .Ellen clock. Bert.ram Myhre. clTeult presl. 'The choir hll� thc undrrstandi!U! B('rgstroll1. Roberta Torrlson, Novell ",llt. wHi be III Ch;"" or ,II b�lll'" Breaks Golf Record that the SChool cannot guarllntee that Nagel. Rnd FrlthJor Tayet. This play m('ctings. Slltllrday morning will be all newly selectl'd· membeL:S may go on 15 wrlLLf'n b)' Le Roy Slahl. (\rl"oted to a Junior L.ellgue session. A High School Boy Shoots 61 in group after 1n.�t.nllRt1on. with no th� trip because of the ('xpense�. to be Int('rmi��ion numbers are· being further dL�cu��ion of thl" convention Eighteen Holes of Park· In\"olvrd If the long Inp made: statl's plf\nned by the ylce.prclildent. . Helen theme. a gl'n('ral busines.� �sslon. and la",d Course Pro(. J. O. Edwa�ds. director of ·'The LI]Ja. RSsisted by J('an Armour and El­ cit-ction of officers Is the program dent. ChOIr. of the Viest · in naming the com- len Bergstrom. · McCormick. dlmlnuth'l" nUl:lschcduled for Saturdll Y a!t.etnoon. plete <.Onnel. which is larger than Thrr('' wHi be a candy sale nf which Rev Theo Huggel"\\lk IIoho Is profes.- ber on(' man the PLC golf tefUll 1\IN. H. P' hn!; on GiV('i!'I that ofper.pre\' l �us yellrs. Brrgliot Vogan 1n charge. with a �f'Sterda) course . Victor El estr.om. b sine m n �or of Chrlo;Uanlt) And rcllglon at St burnl"d up th(' local Mr. �� ll e comnllttee consisting of Helen SCott. l" has D/:! uye return 'Y Bookso Rgcr Olaf Collrge Northrteld Minnesota IS \\Ith all Ilstoundlng for holes to S"C(Ii!!ih ' heolob h olr. of the c. t l ('(l B Stark. . elen Iris Evans.. was lch h IIo of rt'Cord old the break tile guest sp('aker at the bRnquet Satto lay plans for. the tour. Other DramaandClub Urdll} ('\enlng at o clock Holy Com- held b\ Joe Grt'llo and himself Par Mrs H P JOhnSOn( IIoUe of the I fromIthisIs t�ip COmmJtteffi have definitely proposed that the been Ilppolnted by president lone Mad- ' mUlllon for dell'glltes Rnd others wsi h- for the course Is 68 IIohlle the mark for Rev H P JOh�n SWedi$p pl\!ltor but InlAnd Em.plre . trip be made. If the �n for th\S �mf'_"ter follow,,: Play PortlRnd, .h8.5 _ilw1n the school Ubrary choir lilll: to nartlclpate will be conducted by profl'SoSlonals goes tar east as oreat P'aIL�, This brilliant display of wood con- some thiTt)' volUmes Swedish. mosily Montaua. the trip \\:ilI e.xtend oVl"r a pro!\rams. Vern· K-nutz�n. · chalnn·an. RH. Geo. Lane Sunday morning at ' wa.� wit_ theological books. .It El�le Barrett. Louise WillIams. CII� The convention Bible class will trol Rnd mRstery of putting period of three weeks In \\ ' hlCh case wardrobes. Novell Nagel. assembll" al o'clock with Rev O. nes.�ed by Professor J. O. Edwards of Mr. O. Bull. formerly of will be started in January at thc close Haugen; Wall1(' Ca.rr. managl"r of dOliated nine volumes of Ved chalrm8:ll. [,('Ilore Withrow, VIrginia L. HRavlk Officiating. Rt'v. Theo Hug_ P. C. and of the f!�st �mester. Week-end trips 011\ 15. Elizabeth Friis. Harry Orlbbohm. Rt'nvik wI\! address the convention at the club. · who watched with amaze- and one volume of Folkeblad. · es d g g , "' . Emmet Thompson: PUbllclty, � ml'l\l as Harry colll.'"Cted I"lght birdies The library has IIlso 11 o·clock at divin(' services.. :�c�:����� ln��:a�I�� �0��:,7e�. Tornson. Gladiator mashie wielder took only latest volumes of the Standard ,rman. vernA u:gand . c a h At o'clock Sunday afternoon the Thrtrok The f'ntirr list of choir members Is Thelma Dlillil'ls. Paul Preus. ' Bert l's going . Ollt on t.he f Irst nine logue for public libraries. the ChorRI Union concert will begin. Prof. and� coming follows: sopranos-Evelyn Syvers0t:l. ; chairs. Ralph Bolstad. Chet In Even more significant th·e Book Index lind th� August Werner. a masl('r of Music at wa� the fact thllt Mildred Larsen. Virginia Da"ls. No\'ell Myhre hr had no holl"-In- Guide Solie. Paul Estrem. Lester Hol�: makethe University of WflShlllgton. will be Spen Eugenl Nagel. Evelyn Monson. ll _ but avemge. his to up. down Norma ?reus, chalrmlUl, Gertrude brtng. OIl(, t c featured as soloisL. The closing ad rt'ss S s r d s t In e o ��:'r���;:l :r:�c��ol�] �ii�t�;;�� ��e��ei�bl::�ldMI�d���rsor:���I:: �::�g�Vi�('ll\'('red by Profe.��or Th('o ���;. �:::l g�� :lt��� ��:��=t :Ub����� Yarn. and Football r M e has £I sound r O ---Impire Ingenuity ���:el� ::��r ��;��e.::���:St:�':. :::7' :e1�1\��e����so:�lb�e;:n:!��leEducational Institutt· ���� :n� ��t�������n:�� lone Mads en. Jean Armour. AlmR For Football Yarn. · n. I IY To Meet Oct. 28� 29 Dormitory Auxiliary �:�l� ;� ���S ��:��:. L. D. H. Yearbooks :�:I�:�; By Paul E�t�m e e H ! Will Spoll!'or TCil Out Next Thur8�ay District mceting� of the Wa�lngton �li���. ;::�::�� � tI�����:�::I;::; d r . ('r ed Judith B�nson. Anita BAli. 'Sylv'la Mil - On ThUTsda�'. October ]7. the Luth�l ';:c�:�.1 Oc�;'a����9.��I�\h�l'J:� DQrm itory Au x illaryteaL."l.dles willof give upG ��� �::�. ::��:: p:;:��� the the a rooms a and In I(,T. tea 'F ..sther Norgaard. V :�M eran Daughters of th(' Refonnatlon w1l1 hither. thither. Rnd ylther In the Lee Int('nnedlare SchooL The ·general a I.silver tenors--Arnold Anderson. hold th('lr regula'r business meeting at �t's.�ions are to be called Monday mOrll- � "-hl"r Ocp.artment store Saturday for glory £1m:!· incidentally. victory: M()(>hnkl: :Thompson, Bud Lehmann. the home or'Mrs. J. Xavier, with Emmet afternoon. October ]9. from until 5 this on the gMdlron. illg and Tup.sday afternoon . while the o'clock . All students and faculty mem - A silky. yello,,! head bends eagerly L�Y,d� La r,;oL"�" t.". HOI"'· :�hn St.u� : '" " P. A. Preus and Mrll.·Xavler enter-, l'ecUon and dl"partment COnferences are RUb ,� M:ll n. n, B, Myh , ,nln . £Ire urged to attend !lChedul� for Mondlly afternoon and bers Mr�. P. E. Hauge and .Mrs. A. S. Berg �;:r'fl�fg;I!S ' truhi�gsh lthhe:r.k��I I\I�!�. Na�� basses - Clyde Grlmstvedl. Wa I t r 1,Th(', main buslnt'ss of the meetll}g Tu('sday �ornlng. m d Schnackenberg. Vern Knutzen . Orville will be t'leclLon or o!f1cers and the dl8r h p a h H :v:� e \ I y her n th pursuit of a dropped Schlanbusch. Edward Monday morning th(' opening speak- A �. :;:�a� :n� �;: �lc:r Machle, Otis trlbutlon of the yearbooks which are ill be M · B F KLz · Of th S str�m have tRken charge of the re- �titch: this In the grandstand. Preu s Ralph Bolstad no\\' Grandc Paul " " " In "' ' ... , cc.mpleted. These booklet5. which " , ,' " ·nd M ' punt! A all p'�'.n·n· 'n, C'U', Important And the ball � O'Connt'r. Harold derl1e. Ray HI . r e Veverk�. from ' Los Angeles. At" the f �: ��mitOry Auxiliary Is an or- �� :�� g: C��e:I�� d��; �:� ry Grlbboh�l, Kenneth Anenson. Har� and ��:�� re �r:c��:�y�e�;�e!s�:r:;l�;� n nl s. (' a ne at a h d f Ing thl" trefoil Insl�la. ot the society. �:;R ;;,�� O�;�:b�:;. ����� all admonltlous pep talks: one Gerh"'Rrdt Pflueger, pa:to;��:��es��� are c t :��i :n�fr. George Yantis. of Olympia, wives of th����� that of thought It. the fIll� recovering ' faculty mt'mbers. It I� :� . lIvely laudltory dls� .Delta ��:�l �a������: '�:eW��:: :::� Gammas . . their purpose to pi"OmOte Interest to- ··cULostl n.BofRll.""TopA Hat" prlsed the yearbook committee: Is pended s sll As hIlS been the custom tor several ward left · o !lS building of new girls' dol'm· Tom ' The following program ·has been arby Fred Astll.lres· P.L.C. reaT!;. Pacific Lutheran College repre· Itory. the and help ·1lS llJuch as possible gInrl mid-air scntativt's to the Institute will gather .In furnishing t fMendt. who walt with batt'd breath Delta Rho Gammas will meet to- ,ranged: the L. D. R. song, by a group thc present donnltory to the lor a luncheon In the parlors ot the make It more pleasant outcome ' t. h ls crItical pIAy.-The or girls; plano solo. Norma ?reus: readand comfortable. 0 ' In ·tht'lr club room for Ing by Wac!ene CaJavll.n: con vention footbnl\ players · V:·alt tense and expect- m.orrow At First Lutheran Church, Miss Irene . egular bi-monthly buslne!lS meet- ���;� · oltc�mp; vocal solo. c n at ���' w��:�le���I;edl:��I�ea��::: . t��: ��; r Assiilin� a\ ::��I��: :�l� ��n �:rgt' .OC����:� Highby s����n� . ��innesota UniVf�rsity the pages. the newspapers should have Definite plans will be formulated for gotten the story but didn't, ye scribe a cake saie to . be h(,!d at Rhodes De- H Professor Paul R Highby' on leave did.-To bre\"ltate a lengthy narration. partmellt Store sometime soon. lone al Ph Hutchison. . Tayet EI.ected H ead Nanled PreSident of absence Crom �e SCJen� Depart- Mlladv reco\'ers the ball and with It Mlldsen has been named chairman for Graduatin Of cras� S her poise. e'.: e n as P.L.C. fans roar arrange�ents \\.'Ith Dorothy Kapphahn. g , 8. ent greetings to the stuh mt'nt 5 . -oftlcers were body. He Is·studylng at the Unl- their approbation of "Blssel's" touch· Alice Cook. and Louise HendMckson High school department Composed ot third year normal 'and dent elected last Thursday, ·October 3. Ralph a5.�lsUng. " versity of Minnesota. tor his MllSte� .dotl..tl.· second yenr liberal" art students. th·e degree Hutchtson. or �rkland. w1ll assume Ule In the Department ot SCience. The ima settles down to her knitting According to Eleanor Raudebaugh. graduating cla5S completed 1t5 election In addition to his studies. Prof. again f.O the tune of hlke!--(lne. two. preSident. the girls plan to remodel the dUties of president. 01 oltlcen laM. week. FrlthJof Tayet Highby h/:!Ids a teaching as&s�nt5hlp three---:-knlt. purl, purl. knlt-Oh 'dear! Delta. Rho Gamma room, makJng It .. Cllllord Haugen, of Pearson,.,. was chosen president.. In the science department. and he b.1\S the gladIators fumbl�and the flaxen recreational room In . ot a study named vice-preSident. F r e d e r i c k a Otht;r newly named officers are:. vice- been chosen ScholasUc Counselor tor haired mtstrelloS of the fireside has room a.� I t now is. Istead n d & .make Schlanb.usch. ot. Parkland, 15 the new presJdent. Marte Jobnso�: secretary, t.\I.'o tl"Ate'mlty houses. wh� hts duties dropPed a·sUtch along the I1ne ot play. It Ulhter, a ·r�eeoraUngtortIs pltoBnned . secretary-treasurer, while Jac� Wall of Jean.�e Powler, and. treasurer, John are to help approxima.tely seventy men · I ;", too late" kI t;eCOver, It now-Won t The girls hope .� give a party once .a Bremerton, Is serjeant-At-arms. St�en. � yeT the c:lassadviser h� not malpt.atn. a high standard of schqla.r_ baby ,wonder whert'. the dlckerul that' month, and a party Involving·both day . The OTlalllUltion will hold reguJai been selected. ship. girls and �ay boys 1$ PT'Ppo6ed. business meetings twlce ·a month. hy draft com� from? Ylvisaker. Theo. HuggenAugust Werner \V i II Appear on Various Con' " entiol'l Programs

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Non,'IlY

fI:om OI·�l1h\.nd

:

�'

1\1

the library beclluse dim Ifg1\ts

I Ch P l,' r:';;/ 1 so

Ifluch belt!!r for other ..1)Urposes,

.

,

a ,e

'

teant'ng's

.

IChrls'lal�\..tY T\Ol only permits joy. but

is th�

on I)' religion lhllt has elented

jO),. or plellSure. to

IUi:::��

a

virtue. )'

I

lulion to

LUTIIERAN E?,CUA

AB

In ChrlStlanily alone

is found the

�'ver came to life.

so-

dents,

. lie went about doing good: healed the sick, fed the hungry. pr!ached the

go.�pel of S1Ih·atlon.

He creAted ali. supports all. and died :or u� a\l, All 'sha\l bow before Him: and 1111 sllRlI be judged by Him.

Have You

JOANNA JoIMfOtTB08: . A smUe for even

Met)

the ne�.sboy,

wW graduate. amid the howls of thOR who will m1s5 her. � DOTCH M.OE: He could take all of the bouquebl you could heap on gracefully, 'I'bJ,t, fellows, 1a 1\ virtuel EVELYN ECKLUND: RefUlar, ready, right, wlthout res.­ ervaU�at'. herl QOORGE BROCKWAY: U all boys were centipede&. they would atW nna tt hard to see hlm, m�t hlm. catch h;1m, and know ��' She

of which are (re!lhn18n

-Prof. J. U. Xavier Among the sons of men there are

Befoll! going to town column. TIle following fIrms are fMends and advertisers lil the Moo.ring Mast:

claiming

to

be the sons

upon God calling us

01 GOO,

but

His sons. -Prof. J. P. Pflueger

BOOK REVIEWING "The Green Ught," written by Lloyd Douglas, a minister who left his

C.

pn'achlng career to become an author. is a storr \I,'ltll a deepl)' moving spirit­

person, being a part' of It. must see that the Parade g'Oe5 Oil, Thus the daughter became reconcUed to her mother's dekth: F'tnally PhylUs bcc.omes a teacher in the toll.T\ where the doctor baa. become The story from thls point concerns the doctor and the girl. and how lhe-y reach an understapding of one another's spiritual p'roblellUi,

a sclentlst.

"TIle Greel1 Light" 15 a gripping piece this book and enjor I�.

BI-WI::EKLY 8OVQVE�(aepl&dn.-

148

�dtrollize Our'Advertisers-read thls

of U,:"rature--get

Olll'

In Lhasa. TIbet, sugar,ls !I(lld In tiny v n te n al h Jesus had all power�): �I:'I:::��ng ��:;3� :n� � ;���e� aspoo really great In the eyes of the "'odd,

the problem of pleasure.

- unl ell:pcrll'nce for all . who cannot o.c­ NAIL DESCRrPTION: Emmet Thompson. a politica i n cept Sermon.>;; in the orthodolC fashion. with the cigar. "congres.slona\'· stomach. and diamond The rtol')' concerns a young doctor . . Alwa)'s like a boy putting a watch -together stud , "'ho becam£' re-.!Iponslble for the unt1me­ Browl;('r has a few pieces of clothlnll left over after he Iy death of a wom'a.n paUent. The young . dresses III ttle mornIngs . . Give II college boy an In£h. man WM disheartened \,() the extent and h£,'l1 cat all of your candy bar . . . It was mUler dlsthat he left the medical Ilrofesslon and tractlng to sit In clllS.$ last week. listenn i g - to the radio hid hlm'>Clf In a IIman town under an broadcast coming from upst.a.lrs. and then have the tellch- assumed name. Here he became Inter. 1'1' spoil It all by talking , . . FOR A MUSEMENT: Usten ested In helping people to find lhclr to the soprllnos. crackle around high "C" in "Qlorlflca_ right vocntlon.,. Won" . . If wc had Novell N�el's hair. Syverson's e�'es. Phyills Dexter. the daughter of tho:! Fowler's VOice. Lllja'S !smlle; and Nilsen's capacity Jor' , dead woman. ft'turned· from a v1s.\t work. It would be none of your bu&lness . . . and if we abroad, but she seemed unsaddened by .guffaw Arule had Anderson's we'd be ashamed .. ' . It's her mother's death. The mother had been saId thll.t the Girls In the dorm wouldn't"''lh1nk of explained a stran� spiritual experience going out lI.'lth a fellow unless the)' knew his first na(lle she had had In which It. was revealed , . . the reason the boys and girls can sing with their that life Is one Long Parade, and each mouths open the way they should, Is because the director has them grinning at his antJes most of the t1me', , , We would close with a "crack" about 'Ernie's girls, but he has one now , . , that's the first time a fictlclous character

"bou!

hundred students. TIlelr total Is 110\\ 366 of th.l� Illllnber an' In'sh-

950. and

Our sOnshlP does IIOt rest upon our

a one-way Intersection with

01

Northfield c.:..clLwd e'nrollmen t

NOE

�e7:!t=u;e: �!:� �� �:� cordla college. M�rhel\d. Mltl l;('" lIOt.a. report.� an enrollment of 418 11\11-

in one form of unhapplnes.s after all-

ot.her.

_

College enro.llment., have bf'ell !In'lIt, I), lilcrelL-.ed' t his Ifl.�l year. S�. 01111 C<>Uege. a four-year LutbOl'flll l\chool IIC , Mlnne!lOla. rejlotU lin In ,

unequal SOliS Is th"t It shows thllt all m"'y beeome true- sons of God.

TlIORSS-

like directing one car through

� , . FUnTHERM �I:' E. " ill\'itc ,-, J � e pcop.l� of tizen of Sca�l \Vushinglon .tu JOlllpur fello\\' ciJ clinu\'ian ancestry III the 9bser\'an�e o� Lelf , Erikson Duy. nol o � ly 10, hare their �r�de 1 n .

Wt' honor I,.t>If Erikson

The beauty of the parable of the two

the gr�n light on . , , TODAY'S F LE : Once upon a lime a freshman said to Mr, Hong. "There seem.ed to be sort of an anthropoomorphism-a superpersonal omnl. ncc that compelled me to writ such pr........e e !dl(5)'nCNlCles as "a in't" and "have saw," In that last theme." TOE

\

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cnn1ii u!t.

MOORI.NG MAST

dal" of OctoWr 9.�1f F.r1k.

And inln'pld Il"llder. e:olplorn. dl�"t'I't'r and pioneer. lit 999 .he esUlbli$hM till'

06C

l;l8nd. you'd think thDt running a flXltbal\ team would be

linllu! hl'ru. Lt' if Eri ks oll , unci are making plans . 1'111' 1.1 su il able IHenlOriai: and" \\'HEHEAS. lite spirit of adwll iu re UIH.I the \'isiCln tlf hmllc' huilding \\'hich in.spired \.cif E " i kst ln und his l'olllrllties has been disl)luyed b\' I hUIIStllHls UpOIi thousunds of his kinfolk ' I I silel'ec«ing generatiolls \,'ith ark ed eCOIlOIUJl', s( ldul ulicI spirituul h,eflefils 1.0 uur Cumlllon' wl'lI l l h nncl Iht, l'nited Stules; , :\,()W. T1IEREFORE. I. Clurcnct: D, Marlin. ( ; 1 1\'('1' 1101' tlf \Vus hi ngl cU\ do hcrcl�� desi gnate alld p!'ul'iuim Ocl! lhcr !lIl,I. l f13a: as Leif Erik­ Stili »u\, in 'U IU lI gtull. III honor,. of the mem1)1'\' of 'I he dis o erer of A m eri . and I cull t 'l ioll th{' propt.'r orficiuls tu displB')' the f1ug of IIIl' Uni ted Slutes o,\�all stutt'. cUlinly and other

publ ic huildings; IIl1d,

��

\$ue. of. Lht

Man �h" SOl' Da)'

who are worthy alwa.ys two k lnds-th and those 'l;'ho are unwortliy.

After listening to the average quartl\rback In the grand­

' W I I EHEAS. Ihe Seuntlinu\ il.lll I)('uph' of Il l(' Siule or \' as h ingloll wish Itl hCJllor Iheir IloI1-

ca

U�.

Ny h pl-r

A

.

I

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�ml'tlme!l you

FR� to c!ealh: \t's ,

lire

\\' I I if:HEAS, :'\ol'lh :\nll'l'it'1i was clis(·CI\',·,·I·d I,,' Ill(' illll't'l�itl \,ikin g, I.c'if Eriksoll, ill til(' yt'lir !iNIO; unt!, \\' I I EHEAS. f ) d ohc'!' 11th hilS 1Jt't'L1 sl'lt'dt'cI as til(' duy U pt ll l \\'hich Le i f EI'ik"o!l <Iisl'lJ\'c'!'l'eI Alllt'riea; Ullt! , W I I EHf':AS, I IL I ' ['J't'sidl'1I1 I If Ih,· l'nilecl 'stall's. l'olllplying wit h ' tI resolulion passcd hy ' I h l' CUlIgn'ss. lIus isslll't! 1I pl'uclalllllllCl n to eles­ ignuh' (klolll'!' ! lth, 1 m:), as ,{' i f El'iksoll I)I1Y :

REID

.StOO)'

A P ROCI.AMATION BY THE GOVERNOR OF TH'E STATE

m

,play ,,11 of

.. " . , COR. "

u

L

aud,

nearl�'

CRrtlPUS; It hy not a .SPI�� Of 'ho�' Unle. a�C It fs not. an all' of diinll)' Il!l Of '�e !I:� btl r I : t : relre!oflinK different and · �t asutel)' aft� I\nte. 1');1\$ 15 reA.l!J:ed Il

.

This

ha� tMed to In 1000 he sall� lI.·esl,. e� olle hn.:., lc'ft the Ih'e ag'atu III Its style. and h'ft.S f?Urfd to the North Americall COI.JUnenl: III' GEN the students stand such erT'n�ra�m'e? You:U thRt Ihe world look!! upo�the RCrt"lIntaJ introduced Chrlstlanit} In GreenlAnd BARDON me, but It's cas)' to ell:plaln when one knows that collegln\e I\� R m!ld form. of �nsanlt)', a.fte1; King 0111\'. TrYIfIl.v asoll 01 NorwR� the studenl's moods change ' the same �'Ry, Some dllYs ., - f 'e cent of those 'who hnd persUAded him �o rect'1\·c"\...till' Nl n . the)' Af\MOUR' reeepth'e.' to stud)" a.nd keep RUNN NG I Hi� SAIlIt Inspm', �'rlle the followllll[ sentence from dlc� Christian fRlth. In and OUt of the, UbraD.' IIke,water In a leaky CR.A,.F'!T . , t Uon mlSlx'1l At let'St one ,"'(lrd: . ·It ls those who read It. . Other dll}'.5, ogaln . 'jwe could keep thls up for hout:l-) they P'l\clfi1: L'lthemn College ""'M IIIIlOIl� ltneM the ,\Ri.baH�-, to just sit and wlll� not be I nte rested In sc,hOOI. NORBY . dlAAgn'eable ml'nt of a haNl� pt'ddler gauiling the , h� "'ho petilioned for the nacttoll in'terested In books, To their studies the), say : "WITH)' ) :" of the ' lqlslaUon In vlr�ue o. �' hh:h s mmetl' ' of a ])I'E'led potato " ROW \l,ith yOu:' and jU!lt sit thf're '$.nd( A.UST. So )'(l� . '.l Prrsldenl R()().<!If\·elt I)roclalmed OClObl �. a thermome�r that h!l.s dropped to "!l and. CLOMB Ni e oul of ("\'en' tll.'enty collere MU" ninth Il.5.. U'if EMkson ORy It I� 11 '. to 80 shouldn'!. bother 5U�h a gang 1 f<SPCClall)' with n!lmes dt'llts. according to the Eyesight Conpleasure to ackno.....ledge ,(Ill . thl, fh'st Il);e tht;SC,l ,bles trou eye develop .$enation Cou�cll, LeU Erikson Day the prom!)t re�I)I)I\.�f' "'hlle In .schOOI. OlarlllK,lIghts, 50 �he)' of senator Homer T. Bonf'. SenalQI' s.ay. are mort" to blame th�n dim lights, U:�' s n, l 5ehweilenbllch, t;lnd Cougrl'S. '5emHndlT'Ci:t lighting Is looked upon -Ma ll \vesle)' Lloyd to our plelt for: 'up, fM'orllb])' no....., If IIghtlng' ell:l'erts are pori o f t h:� If'glslatlol1. nghl. here,u. cue "'IlY to Mlel)CC. fore\'er O. A. TINO,ELSTAD lhllt· old gill!: Ilbo'lt nOl being aole 'to

:

u

book Imq

..

r Lest we o�t,"�ll�t' \5 • place of . giAn,our. That glamour Is tllrlely due to 'the 1,lI\lque gplHt th:tt per,..des the

I,

HoltcamlJ

Hazel H�rul) Fti�'ll'r Bob Martin �1ario: lJen. lrl'ne Odell TYPISTS REPORTERS-Thl'lm3 Danlds, Joonna Manous0Ii, Iris Evalls. Norma Pr�us. Elva Bergman. Vern Knutzen. GU)' Ptlu�'I'. M an't lArson._ 1011(" dl Prj'e . RO rta Tornsoll �1adO(!II , RUlS..�

bl'

\...

· tempt'�amem9. l room' .

a

PC>

. ::on. r.�

.

B, -1kotnI«

KOHLE8 thnll I�C frigid tone Then. aga.!n. It Is Uke . a KITCHION-'-hot enough to FRYE a OOFf ball, )iAU-

J�al� MaMe

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MONSO:rrrl

n�' � l\

The lIbr

"

cOLL EGE.

'

Allstrum p�lllUng Compan)'

&

Baker

H. D.

Co.

Boynton's OaT"ll.l!:� Brookdale Oolf Course

Brookdale Grocery Co.

Brookdalo Lumber Co.

The Bugaboo

Conrad'lI Coffee Shoppe Dahl Orocery co. Dnnle\'5 SCn'lce Station Drake's Haircutt ing Shop Dollar Studio Green Acrl's

Hartsook

&

Hy Mandles

Jetland

Palagrutl

Johnson-Cox ball's

Klm

Lien

&

SCh'lg

Lou Johnson

'

L�thera;' Brotherhood

, C. O. Lynn Mortl;tary McCormIck Bros.

Mezio StudiO

Parklnnd' Confectlonar}, . Porkland Garage Parkland Mercantile People's. Store Peterson's StudiO QualIty Knitting Co,_ Reed's Foods

Rhodes Brothers

Rialto Tailors

5ehoenfelds' Smith & Gregory

The Stationers Inc, Tacoma Engraving Co.

Tacoma Marine Supply Co. Tschunko's House of Plowers Washington Hardware West. Coast Grocery Co.

ServIce Station T, WlI.son',I)entlat

WUllam's

Dr.

J,

STRENWhenCTHyou buyCHARACTER your lifethe... in-slfeputa­ .'SERVICE lrance consi d er these fadors: tiofonitsof.. /ntheanagemen ccmpany,t, and�he..thecharacter service WE INVITE,rendere YOURd ,INQUIRIES -

HAROLD C, HOEL Sea"le, WWlin810n

Represent;n8

Lutheran Brotherhood LEGAL

608 St:c:ond

Aile. S,

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RES£RVE LIFE

INSURANCE

HCf'man L. Ek.em', Pres,

Minneapolis, Minn:


\:

I OCTOBER

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PACIFIC LtrrHERAN COLLEGE PARK.LAND WASHINOTON '

9 1935

� Gladiato� Topple 4-0 . Monmouth 1

THREE

I PAOEl � W. nsta la� . Held at Gym Frolic

.

· GI" diHIO ;:" Win FrolII . A. A. With Bob Martin b n .. y 7·0 y r �Iev . ' A m. . . . Scoring III the first qu'artf'r of th� . . . Lutherans Turn in Spednculai game �n '8 ' sustAlned drive fl"9l1i . th�lr MOll.dR.Y il.ft�moon the Won�en'5 Ath_ �llI.tlOn �"�r� InlUAII l f!ve Ylud II ne.. P. L. C. de- le�lc' A.. own thir� Virt-on' O\·er H�avy Teacher . ('�ach Olson Will Depend Up�n rf'lI.t.t-Q h�;' Y F'ort ·�W"i 5 eleven to gYIfl rroth!. . Jri-ttit:h Bforuon. And ElI R Oiltfit by' .4.ir Route Spe-ed and ' l>ecepth'e Plavs -THE M.� Gof,r w.�re in cha r�e under th.t" ueet's.."fully open thelr grid selison Sal.- dir�!lCIl To S.ubdue Teachers. ' of Mrs' Adllh DQ.p�r. women � Although huvll�' outwelg.hed !l.n. d �u«lay. Se ,el l ber 28' aL. Lincoln Bowl. . . t' h t· t?uehdO'lY"S: I.CRI educatlO!l Instructor phJo'!; severa.� by 1) lOSE' dO Coach n's 01 lastpn;. pla),.ltll under' r g F'te�h f�om· their spark ling vIctor), � P.L.C. of tors a di a ed b GIl)"" Gl mllreh � c� ' in a surprisl�g al"\d complete WrAps. ·dl · ot OPeIl up with Any trill\. The Ilrr,,�.gan. with �Ilnd e r . Ellla Mae turn u n lI.n.d so . , : b i Bel led J �' 1 l(\!' . o ote o b re se .� r e ",: t o u t c nt ��l�el:�;.� 6����:ru:� a� ;:;� �:tmh.', C.tf'ttin,t Off on thf" RIJ[ht. F� ",.Ith 14-0 I'\elory Ol'f!r Monhlouth Norma l rrensll' thl' by I'd in _ fOliO (, which � . !l .. .... do,wn \0 sl.r!l.ikh't defen.s.lve ball pro� GMr. . s;. ', powerful I!'!l.m in tht' ElJensb�rg N..or_ tll"O hard won vlctor\l's In ' m!l.�y S.ltturda)' In Lh\coln Bowl. st.allalloll or officer {ouchdown lead. ...on!' . 11H\1 gndders. stllr!.s. the Glnds now find th:l'msehes. Arter devotlniJ .the first quarter to Icct:-t:rn04r �rge"nt�"tl! ear· y . lAst Lilja. Hl'len . . The Tellchf'rs hll�l' � beell III the Ihlck of the toughest gnd sched- solving Ihf in tricflte "nd un-orthodoX I . rhe l'cormg pl"y was 8 (hrt'(' yard artm. I nstalled F,nid HUI&ln. pre!!l:lden t . known rcor tht'ir'strong grid"lw"v. lmt' buck by " [Ailch" MO!'. af.t-er th!' 1I who In turn Installed JOllnnll ManolL'<O!'. I!'�ms. and ule Ihnt allY Park.land SQuad 'has t'ver ��}" Ie of drtenSt' u� b)' the Monm(jUlh �Rll had.been Sf't In SC?r.h�g .I>OSJtlon by I.iel' pr"!<ldl"nt : GertrudI' Stenberg. S('Cni lS �·f'!lr .'>t"ems to be "1)0 exception A$ J cncountered . While not wmturing an)' !'kvc n·. "tt"Je Luthenms went .to work In 11l Ih � past. tht' GladiaLors will be I ct ual ptogllostieati�ns. COO�h 01.'<On the s(o.cond quarter and scort'tI twiet' on S('f1. es of . p,,-i'ses Y>;,... '<t' d b�' Moe to ! l'r; �ula . . tre�.�ur Judith elJ.�hNl and outn umbered. but believes that-n t he teRm .as. a whole can �peclll.culilr plays. Taking� Ildvl\ntage NIL�en. Fryt'. and O Conn.t'r. Whllt' ret:tq'; "u ."," , Mac ·qoff. report\-r : �Uce ·Cook. ' se�­ thr�\Ighout gellnl-:d-urms; tlme5 er:al se threatening COllch. OlsOI1 hopes .to offset trns ad _ cOlltinue to show the I mprovemen t. org them e which v ll. � a clipping penal.t.y taptain Mad5('r" of h r t 1 t t n l a c t n e r n �����"g\::lt:. ;::k;:::U�' ;�I\�: :: :�I; !�I��:�e ;;l II.;� ;:�: ���::o����� t�:; ��: �11�d� ��;; ;�h: '���it�;�� :�ne� � :ui�::n\�r�!�: ;u�c��;e� am=� '�:��I,,�;;:ag::li�J t·�e:r:�:��:.ne::�I� keYIIUI(' ur the Ellellsburg attack. but Ill'ed not be outclas..-;ed by' any oppon- Illl\� pa.!'S from Dutch Mot' w h.lch 'Nil- te�_ Lineups. baH managl'r: U)1l1Sf> W!lUllm!'. tennl� Ihe strnng Lutheran for�'Rrd waH Cllt :hey rna}, face. P. L. ('. ,'II {e) A"",. mflnagt'r: MRrie Johnl!Oll Rnd AldR gen gather<,.d in a;" lit' stepped Into the. Nilsen shlJ uld �ta\·e ofr lhe IWRlwll rd mRrch LE . Ma�·tlne.&. JOI,;lson. hik!ng manfl·ger.l:.. 'Robert./!. lOllp pnd . .... f the Teacher.: Item Sa tllrda � October S 1935 Mo�- Th o plavs IRter HRI Votaw inter. Anenson Uebe Tor rlson. golf manll.l{er: Hdlen LiljA. Proot Ihat Ellt'n�rg � lt'd mouth !>uUered the flrs, defeat by an� cepted' a Monmouth pa� on the Ore_ Matt1 l1 LLTO Mahr 'folk games: Thelma Ness. t�....£!t m!onnoout the gRIlle plldenced bo}rrthe C"Qllf'ge opponen t ot.her thlln Oregon or goman � 35 VRrc! line and follo.... mg R Fr e �C...;..J....:. -_·: Nell� I!.gef e n n ot p o r c o l e -- :�I� :� ��e ����!� �e.� asL{ � a s.. ::I':ete:�t�: ���I::a�:� :��: ��:��; ) e �: h�:-)()��� '� ) . N��:�� �1�:t'�:�.�I�' �::;c��a�� �e��/: �:��fte� 'H'r the PR rkl and bO\s �tlJl have G ibson bfl.l1 reIRY. -lind cen t.ipede relay .. for RE OConne r kicked both N Frye dash (OuchdC\\1l ,\ddlnJ: LltHf' Varll'ly to the inevl- conler�ron� to keep his booting average Moe frn trrck Illa}� up t heir sle pl e thn t Q Brown which pri es Wl"Te &,ven 10 the "";Inner!!lhl' EI��burg Votfl.W halen �n labl.. repartt'e thaL Is ex("hanged over perfect for the season Clark of the v1\rlplls relays. If....ti if' Lutherans should "'In this 1m (ht' 111lt' of cnmmllge ever} footbfl.U While the. s rong Lutheran defenSt' O Conner BabiC\{ Evelyn MeplI110ugh: Lou!se HendrickRA '1_ Iy�ant. gllme. thc}" would be weil on �nllw II"RS rllther limited conversation kf'pt till'" ·:Woh·es·· out of �rl'.lg terri· HI\.IIIIY F tly son. .Knthr�n Anderson. lUld Lenore Gla!. l e r I ab fl :��';:Ol�' In charge of th� refresh_ \ �)���:� '����I:�b:l�ue�:� tl:l;:·�.:O. I�f'��W�. �; �:r::: ;. �� :�:.� =��:�U:�.: ��l� : �I�:�::I�edcnt�:t' g;��:. ;;�r�n�\ahd;a:;� A. A. COUNCIL .\1�ET.S .,..J' �lImblirlR block GlacilaLor �tld P. L. C:s sides ot Ihe lint'. While some o11d half and had the ball on the hfJllt'S. R.� P.L.C. has }"f'I to ....·111 foot_ or the st rictly English sJ)('aklng Gladl.- Monmouth ' elevf'lI yard marker as the Cou ncil members-or the W. A. A. will 9.tors could not follow the .drlft of the o;::ame ended. from the Teachers I'Rti gamF ml'et this afternooll aL 3 :30 ill the Re._ werl' Lineup: ct'ptlon Room. for th:e purpose of- ar- J. !.,.B F.:u"t'pt for f�w' minor Injuries slIf- cO)lfRb 'the�' sus�ledture.thatOlletheyrema ·�!::·�· rk P. L. C. <O= A·;= ·= ;e ;;:= =�= ,...,; .= == II di�couraglng l1!1. tJf h )fonmouth ranging athlellc schedules and decldln " '1"1.'(\ 111 the MOlllllouth game. t e 10 polnt ' ll wards toward winning let- I Gladiator� should be at fuB strellgth that this reportt'r st!1l Inulling over 'Nllsen Ys tad LE � I I.': ··Kolll. du v�slp Norske sl1d!" n eS I ..F'rldny·s game. l r . An enson k LT TSHUNKQ'S K'II". , ���:. o�rr t�: �!I:I�g.H::::���."��n�� II Coach Olwn �'111 leave at ten o'clock LO I Martin Rrkl n Dapper. W . ./\.. A. ai:lv�o;er: will oll tlin� Frlcln�' morning with two full tpRms Still on th!' Sub�t or th!' Monmouth R. F'rye .H ouse of FI. owen e h m t e r u d e oc illl r p and methods ly f e i r of onf' LWin, FI_., �hop Tac_a', reaturl' b v� l press be Tl tt' ..<quad \\'111 return l"rldny evening Ga f'. RO' Preece . Nel..son rollowed 'by sports managers. game was the genuine re�l>l'Ct of' th" Grenier SV ln t.h . RT S. Pac. Ave. .:at 50th GAr.' 0514 . d r a h Lutherans' the for (('achers Oregon . Fry� RE �dllJ +-. _ _ _ ,_ . __.. _ �Iha? i. S S O O S �: . Facts in Football '�:::�;rg ���eo�a�:i::lhl�nn�::�nam��:I: �:w . . T A U D YE AT RC I e. t · N . -les." beef Rnd li tle more drive courn O Conn r LH B t . at. FO;, sai eKclus'vely PEOPLES STORE . . Gladiator fans are closely wa tching be used in their own backfield. Without Ludlow Y<ymce FB d th� con's of gridiron IIc livily t.hrough_ doubt. Conch Olson hns · mueh Lo tie Substitutes: P. L. C.. G"Tan<te_ea�ps. Jf) �� ."'First in Tacoma" 9 u w s I e O t n I c e I 1 1 th & Pacific ���. �:�it'�:� �::t\h� I��I��Cet'�;lth� ra� �:�v�l:k�: t:l:d :Ck��d�;�n��� ���� ��:��O:�:;:;��h.H�����I��I;oan:� -===z_____ . I . nggregation -tlRS developed' to be as hell ie r men . Chis tm lt L� not always Pratt. Corvoll. Schnel l. ----------- · :: �t.rong ns nil}" Normlll schOOl or Ilny R compolll'nt pnrt or a fa.�t backfield. ....-C O. fOlfr "t'lIr "<'ollegt' in the Northwest con... rap I Din. ' BaII Sea�on Firm Bf'lIevc-ri InI Condltioni", & Lett.r Swut.... Ov, S,.c:ialt, the women's PreSCription Drugg,sls Brglnnlng Ilext we{'k' Men Cor each n/ld every game. Coach Bellingham NormnL who will pIny CIUf Olson is in n fair way having alhletlc ·dep�rtlll'�nt. .....1ll oppn Cap�ain 403 I l lh 51. . TacomO!\ Wash . I O'r���,;:a�IC�ofL:�est P L C on the Vlklnl/: fIeld November hl� Idea." IS R new sport at L His men have I Ball S€'a.L<u;(ItnheraThn IsColll'ge Cor. 1 1 th and Tacoma Ave :.. 1 11011 rrom the VlctorlR Athletic Club come 01.lt oflindlcated · and It will be their first ....o games "'lth I Pacific Phone MAin 7 3 1 4 ' I a scor� of 2 0 U B C fell to the on l\ ler} minor 1 l u nder the sUlX'rvl�ion of Mrs Adah +--and Injuri{'S those .... clutches of the VIkings to the tune or of n natllrE' which RI"e Inevitable such a.� Dall1)t'r ....omen S IIthle\lc cORch !l.I'd Wrecker Service 0 TIll' Normnl Grldslers arc com - stOll� bruises and scmtcht:s Elmer Oay and N,le 11111: 10 Taeoma Saturda} to bnttle t he La\den h('od coach at Notre DRm� had An Intcrclas.� schpduic of games ....111 ll' en his men go through stiff ralesthenlcs ���:������s -::�s:�;�t:h:Ol�V:�,s OLF COORSE 0_145R GA NIl' Portland brllnch of the UnIvers- e�rr) nIght In the sellson and went REPAIR INCI OIL here .... llh the retur n CAS The Publ,c C01Jrs.e w!lh Ihe II� o:f AlbAn). who' will rnN't the Glad_ throughI aU y'''nJorU slchedule without a of ever stn.ged (ou....try (Iub A,m�h ere stars. sport yt:ars IMt of all .. tor.. orlober 1 9. are �eduled to ::��� � t �� �::C:I:I��C��I��� The en�ol1menl or numerolL� athletes 8 Miles' South on Mountain play �fonmli'ulh Coll('ge nexl Saturdll}" . I'\'f'r�' mod:f'rn�a �mentor In thl' fr!'shman cla.<:;s promLo;es 10 \ltO' . THE BUG ' Highway ' "'hol11 P L.C. downcd hy 14-0. o h n I e 1 mile East on _, Noonday�Luncheon �i 1::� y;�� ;:�����II: �h� :o��: Linfield Collegl' lost It.s rlrst game'"lI Thr Leath.. :\oledal Awa.rd from this ::�: Clover Creek Road SERVICE in ns o i p m ha c were who Rlhletes omore 11'ltlt Orl'gO!l State by 1-0. but IIdt:ht- depnrtml'nt ror the tootball team'5 most . WITH A SMilE GArland 0 1 92J I "lled IL.< footbllll splrlls by scoring 6-0 nrdent supl)9rter gO!'s to P. L. C:s pop_ �;;:�;5. rvery SI)()rt cnrrIed on dIIrinil. . oler \\'hllman College last "'eek ' ular orchard nurse Mr Monson who t"----------b{'stdes gendlng hiS to�r c h ld ren to i TIll' Colleg of Puget Sound Loggel1! ==�==:;:=� .':===::_ I C has made the lII elfare of t he \\"Itll whom P.L.C. would l!ke Lo ar· PSQ uLad R ma t his personal pride ROYAL PORTABLE ����: e. scored 12-0 ':lver the nnd concern . terAndor.. evidently the piayWITH TOUCH CONTIOL . e�{',.�� 1 0 1 5 Pacific A'/e. " :��)=�.:�iat�lsh��p::�':�te;�dtom�rn� Mr.' Highw,ly Oe.lr Spa....away ' · PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS iHt Il' deeper than the usual Interest l ======:::;I I �========= that college attache displays In I :=== r--------·--. teo,",. I� In ou, own hum'" opln:on . ..�,. 1 1 Tha Newett Thinp in Men·, �nd Monson typifies to a marked degree the Youn, �"d Tiet, Shirts, H�tI, M.n·, Shell G.lsoline and Oil which for loyalty and school spirit I FOR JOB HOle OJ!pendable . 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Elmer TH'ter graduate of the 28 ° Sc,h00I Mr George Johnson emmell! , lolLll- hIgh school elus:; .i'" chemist kI the J)r Otto Reichell Scheduled To N ' I°gh l)epa.rtl11ellt at washington St.andards nlUslc the aSS\.<;1 will Taconm of 1st . ' He Guest Next Tuesd.RY By GJIXY Pfhtepr en I�g ���::�: M� and M : Arllnil; Sllhll�rud {Vlcn Grid��n l\� our Used in Decorat·· (Jerma new :;�:�:!; Ol n l1. iuC=:$.U:� �lche Or. With H . Folks,! Here v.e are agllill ",,1111 Up to dalt' orchestra mt;mbe-rshlp totals Loria RRsmu�CnJ ,boul gl1lduat.e� of . irig Gym; -Entertainment to se�tt.le. -1\.5 g\lest speakrr nell'sI both Lmportant and unh�lportant. Jifteen. accor.dlng Professor J. O. Ed. - 28 are residing In Seattle Mr SRn- Consul Includes Games. Program TuesDeut.h.sc: e Vereln \\1\1 meet -pleasal.lt and unpleasant. If you. an; wards. head of the mlslc department. nrrud. fom1erl)' teacher In Belli:! Der 1:30 II.t 15. r � OCt� g. ' The Associated St.udrnt Bod)' held 11.5 not plea..-.ed. ttf'linc fonns al m�' right. V i�lInil;lS E\"elsh Syvcrson. Nov- Ortgolk Is allendLIIg' UN! l1nil'er.1ity of da ' e\'enlnion «:.om the recept allllual fall miser 1Mt Frida�' e\"cnlng. cr Sylvia ·lI.II!ier. and Emmet Washington n songs and The club wlU sing GermaS('f\ed OCtolx>r 4. n i the College gymnasium. We really do hao,:e talent; In the high I'lla Ross.. _Other TIl!' orchestral players In- Am�' Gilbert. 35. I:; \\orklng In the. light r.dreshmenLS will be wit� j'.:llen Bergstrom acting. as general" �hool after aU. Hn\'e )'OU ever betore Thompson . . 11l(;lud<'� elude the f�t�· ll.! ![. fi4.te:. Lois. M�e Tacoma Pu,?Uc library. <i t, r arrangements fo tee mml c cllalrman. The footban motif was clev- l'een a I\'ater-bo)' so efflclem? Thret! Morton: Clarinet. Stanley Ford; trum-. Bob Le\·I�l50ll. ".34. who last year wa Hf'I. and Estrem. paul. Mildred Larsen. , erly carried out In the decoration ,I .cheers for Jack WaiL p�t: �arold O'COnner: alto AA:l:ophonr. co.."ch or midget football �� 8ellarmlne.� en ' Stark. . scheme \... Ihl' or Lan«Jn: mellophone . Harry Grtb· Is nOI\" ttachlnG at.TUm1u.ler. . After a brier bu�ln�!\5 meeUng The e\'cnlng's entertainment consist- i WIth da�� I\·a? hnir and big lr�h 1,10�'d ttchm : trombone : Marvin JI'Ilst'Il-; 'i)allS NOTnian Hoken:.tad. wha attended P. German Club. held TUl'5day. Oc�ober ..1 I'd of games al1d a program '" hlch In_ reyes she LS a hit wlIh Everyone she' horn Ralph Bolstad' drums Le�ter L. C. In '32. Is el!'PIOred In .seat�le � German reaa n ' ' ng of conslsu m progr . eluded the follolO.il1g numbers a pLllno met'ts Shes not tall and }et tdl Holte, marlmbaphone \o)adene Cala� chemist for lhe .Washlngtoh Co:oper- aIl) " her Erlkonlgen " by Ruth John and saxophone duet b>, Man Jehsen clLough She Is acth� !tt-.os .m t of the \an tenor saxophone and clarinet atlH' EGg AssocIation He "'as a m�m- g tJl Beetho\ solo plano a d ' n a son and Kfn AJlenson a song and ULp school organizations h:,lng "'on her Kenneth bu of the 1935 graduating cla.<;s or Moonlight. Sonata b) Norma Pre).l� dance number featuring Alice Blue letter In W A A If'St yellr This �ear Dallleis AnenSon ( planl�t Thelma Wa�lngton State Colll'ge given \\a� GO\\ n b\ Aida Johnson ThelmA Ness Is \ Ice-prc�ldent senior class of the . rind H�len UIJa \ocal solos Emmet s.he Clifford Opheim 1olho attended P L b) Hlde the choir and also plays the pl. , " • 'tl C In 1933 Is attending the Unhe�l.y IP Thompson a skit b} Bob S\are and ano She has al",a)s been an honor I"r�. Kreidler Dpclines of Wnshlngt.O,l lb r b ge \ Not 100 Urly to Ih",k �boul h ude t } : � L ! \ �i:;s �r�� :lda O;�:n��� I:e�e ���� :�d �� ;����f :e��s S ��! ::�h � �:�: Question Box Position a �:� ��':�Ie�: Ir:l�:�� :��;; find Mildred Monson accompanied b\ in Lhe bOOk-slore so �he could be no UntlJ .she had had tn private ta� with dI,e \\ 11 !ltU'lld 5t Collrge \ QuaiI' Olaf Pegg) Ramsta.ll !ltld a �ocal solo b) one but-Vlrglnla Davis MEZZO STUDI O 32 is te�hlng at. th(' )leRn of won'kn one new'comer Millard MA'" 3104 . Arnold ..nderson t!I • F,delo IY. Bldg dldn't realize Just what were the Yelm � . Refreshment.... COns.L�tlllg"Of elder and Did }OU kno\\ Itlat.--Jo IPorky) �tandards , Lutheran of College Pacific ·--doughnltlS�KCre,.. SIT.\ed n (oU0"'2.. G� �!. � break rules. Il'rmLnnled thc O n -he F--flr��(tHd t OO} ;t he-yum,tr l .:i . Class 'f opb EICcts grand march w.hlcll 7 + Flash! ! Bob Svare \\·a.'< se-en at the lad'!' In ,q·u.eSIiQIl 'stepped up to . Mrs (' veul Ilg's entertaillmenl. . I1. football�gamc with th.nt . dIlZZllng AJlce K�ldler and very SI\'�llY asked he� , Slun _Fo r�1 Prc!';i.lt'nt D�� I EL'S SERVICE' e n 1 k l ll I QIL co�:�;���: n� ��:���. :�� ��;:1��� �1: ��: tB��� ;O�:��':/ ���. :�:r� :�� �=�n��auon or, the ladles' s mOklllg As a result ��.soJlhOmort' cJkSS GAS Hauge : program : tf'llded.-Jus! imagine-Gertrude 'I'tng- All who have attended P. L. C. I ' election hl'ld last week. Stanle)' Punt PrI! hJof Tayet . . Laura . Th('lmll Thom son. Dalllcis. Emmt'l b el�tad not s1Ud�'ing-!ony A.�Pl'r trying the PRSt kno\\' thai the schOQI pro\'lde:' Brookdale. Wa�h;nglon ----+ namf'n. p�esldent of Ule CI "�' , ami EUg('nla Spt'llc('r:. Im·It.Alions. Va.lborg hard to be a lRdy .-Paul Xa\'ler really no such room they kllOw. too. that Louise Williams. vlce-presldpnt� : Norby : decorations. Eleanor Raude �xpeCtlllg to be a six·footer some day smoking is discoura ged even on the F:or I he office or wcrl'tary. Edna To_ baugh. Ray Reid. '�tall FO�JUne Wal. _- -and now Hal'T�' McCormick is wrlth11l:' c:l mpus. and most surely In the bulld- blns6n ","as chosen . whl!e Louise Hen�s ve l m e T d: : : �'as elected .treasurer. A fac' Smith to' note� Virginia n n d l I ll � 'm. ::.-.: � ��� . �: �:�� l I ! !:' ' ... J h Brookdale Lumber Co. "� "v, ',�: ... � '" '."n:.:..th��!��· odn'te"::".ng dricksol1 ulty ad\'I�t'r will be "oted upon at the on Mounta.n al Brookdale Biller. lren�", . o<\('li. n Arthur Haavlk : Ferdinand Bondy hilS beell chosen a.� P. L tC..n kno","t"dthat !If'xt I�eeling. . H.gh.way of games. Helcll Holtcamp. Joanna Ma- First Alj Instructor fO;r !.he Parkland conduct Is high and thatconception It.s. .motto Is nousos. Mildred L,m;en. Vem Knutzen : Boy Scou16. and also for all adult c1a.<;.�. "Build for Charflcter." Either GA" 'lid 3 8 J 1 1 5 .'RESIfMEN PETITIONS girl cleanup. Paul Preus. Lloyd Thompson. He reeeh'ed his certUicate IlLSt year dldn·t·know the criterion of thethl:; .. ... , -school. Lf'.�ter Holte. Arne Strand T�I' following high .'<Chaol students or �meone dared her. ask �he quI's sc�::�::::s �or t�:es�:;r� C!�SSC��� arf' in the choir :his yt'ar: Elizabeth tlOii'-sJl� did. . SAGA IS FIRST CLASS must be handed In for approval ' bY First class raLing was g!\'pn the 1 934-5 Stuen. Virginia DlWLS. Orville Schlan- . No mttI,:Cr which. after a special ses October II 15. Each peUtlon_ls required Kreidler. the. new stu- have the Saga by. the Associated C�llegla\.l' Press, busch.", Gerhardt Pfiut'ger. and Alice � lonY;l t.h Mrs. signature ot orie-thlr"d of her way. a sadder but den went . Thl� news wa.� received ,'csterday but �rargllrt'l Rall)st.lld. y StOfU Unl ,ed PurI , •• . ___ Mem.... " me c the �bers. and �IectIon wIII I . w�r girl er mind awakened to the the t'xact scoring ha.� IIOt )'ct been .replacf' Octotx-� 23. Thus far peUPa.rkla.nd I idials. of t e Co\]ege and the fact that. ·take cched. Miss Thelma Oanirl� wa.� edllions for Verner Bitter and Harry GAr. 3818RS Prof. RUlllstud III il u s j tor · of the yearbook. \t .Grlb!>ohl . n are the only olles In 'elr- '------� �� � �o�;��nt' for �� ; � I bf ���d To determine the cause of serious Mrs. Kreidler If more questions would culaUon. @ \ llnes.';(·s occllrlng frequently during Jhe go unll-�ked. She Is asked all types or l t = : ======:t t past two weeks. Profe.'I sor A. W. Ram- questlon.s from wht're the brooms are ..==:::: The Dollar Stud'io ' O,f' d un Codt $S 00 ,. st.ad submitted lasl week.-end to a .thor- kept Op en Week Days .. Qulii- · .hotolraphl Rubber Shoe PUt $3 2S the Ume the last street ca.r 'ric.. I ."; :Oftlbl. phys.lcal f'xuminali n ough the ofon ! leaves for town. I mile soulh of Parkland on Tacoma Marine Supply Central Bldg. 931 Vl Brc»dwily I B S 'h, M,o",,," H ,.hw" Id i " ��;; ::, '::,,�, �� o�::�:�'.��n·'; , ,,��:�; ��: ::: :,;';,� Ta.coma. 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"',,-pn�ld.,i,,;_ " whll'l �!:� :.r��;:;I:t�! ���:Ctlon of S�I:� . I wlll go townrds SOuth Tacoma Ford, when' It �'lll mC<'t motorcycle esCort nl the, city IlInlt.s. , From thefe the Mis.<; Norma Prl'US tlnd Mr. Stanley caT!I\un will proce(:d through the bu51Dahl. who ht'l\'c bf'('n ch06E'I\ to be the 1l1'!\''1 !'{'ct1on of South TlIcollll\ on to H..J.d 111 Xavier [hI.' cltv -center, III the !;qultre In front f UH: Roxy Theatre the group" wUl u (' lng t l.' ftll.' [1:1 D. of L, October AI, tne III charge of nlll.�ical numbers for the stop. where lelideTll Irene Odell. ncca..�ioll R.. held aL the home of Mr�. �JlIIl Spl.'ncer. and Gary Pflueger Eugl In. chargE' of decorations. Mis.� S\('ln ha.<; Trcril'ed the B. A. deXal of l er. the thl.' officers rl' l Ilolnder ".' 1 t . n k · songs Ilnd _yelL�. 1 charge 1 Of. e l\l\'itAliom; for alt Delta Rho girls Slllurday aften100n I\t 2:30 In . Lln. promptly at 8:30. In cp.<;.tume. - , I'\(,'cteq" Helen Holtcnlllp AI>PeaT grunc .�tw�n . football the BoW�. coin LouisE' whll� vlce-I)resldent. chosen ms. a Louise by Willi Iml ls:sued bern 1.' . !}()I;illon of If'cimlcian aL the St.. the �trong Linfield .College Hl.'lldrlckson lind Norma Preu5 will P.1'11'L.1'l'n of Oregon. rt'llce ho,<;pilal h1 Lansing. Michigan the which bnd Evelyn the for I'lltertRlnmrllt. part.y ( T Dr. U>rfuis is graduate · of Luth ' tlOln thl' oHlcf's of :;ecrctl\ry and Ireas- hlghllght of the thrre.dny always homecomHI" ha.� rl" S}"vel"soll.' C'i1alrmall. Kathryn Anderson. of ",.n-M" ,--,,,., -I.,,, COl1rgp: Df'corah, Ing Cl'll'brallon. wIll be held. A hard rdre�hml'nt�. H."lrll St�., Ford: n 11, 0 I 51 Rnd drgrer D S. Ph. 11.1. , e"H'rd the tought Rnd excitIng game between the from the Unll'f'fslty of MlchlRall. Last Aida Johnson. chairman. ldlt MI'T"l. and Mar Goff. I h rl'ar, Dr. LeTaa.< Inl.� a..<;.�lstRnt loolOfl:I�t Emmrt Thomp.'«in � �l�m���·." :.I�� :h����� f�:;et���I� --fit CranbrOOk InstilU!r of Scirncr RVt'nge ll\st year'!; '-2 loss t.o the W·lld· l"1'nding. Bll'Omficld Hills. Michigan Su u ., So c CI Plannt·tl cats.. However. the OregO!) college ha� pa���I;�I�'l�:,('cOltl:��e �: �� �t htHllr In of Utf' �t-.:ongc�t WRms of recent . For Trinit�' tl'a:,!lH' �!:r����. ·;:;:�dred and El'elyn r � d s yeAI'!>, as was shown In the 6-0 win rr3ding. WRdene enlal-an: a nt e I T on t an · h l g b nd Fn'n('h CI I I I , "Till �I.�lst.�:liugt�\ hostess. �rs. J. !I.IlT�I::'ger as �;::� :� �he �:;�::lt� of ���h� �� Tr�!I�:;���l l�:·;;l l��;IIt�I'°I;:n;�::·lS��;n� � �;�l�:�� �.\. F���� ���e ��;: A Il as. ProgTllm uumbers GladiAtors thl� year also have powuudrr pillyed be ,�nllp GBllles parlnrs reh m ("\ lilt' III soeml wtll (}. 1\'I(.t.t NO'·I'lnIH'r by the group: a erful outfit. \1'hich has been making �fildrf'<1 LarSlln is ("\l:llrman of the l"l'C lion of J(){lllnn MrulOUo'iOS, i will ,inc!Udr hymn.� Milll'r: tnlk. Mrs, a successful record and ,w\IJ be primed Syh'ln LI' Circle FrancaIs·· will hold :. r.-g. prngram cOlllmi![rr. Inth Norma Prells. I Hr!1dl"!cksou. MRrgur('[ Rorem. and violln' solo.plallo dur\. Edna Tubl(lsonl to do thl'lr share In making Home· R)'l111lng:, l' Wndenr Cala\'an. In chargl' of th ular busine!;.� m('('ting Wednl':<day. No. I :l lld Brrdtn(' KnllT_'\01l n."-�iSlinf,J: Irene Odell; aud rrRding by coming real cause for Jubilee. Non'ml)/': ]7, Ihl' LU(\I1'r Lrngur ··Flsh Pond·' ar!' Mari1' John.�on, Rub}' I-ember 6 1111' monthly '<OCial has been the custom Ifor lIlallY Hl'lldrlckl'On. mg Is ,-;ch('dulrd for \VNllll'.�(1n\", No. from Our Sadnr·s LlIttll'rnn Church of Moorl'. :1nd Hel(,1l Scott .\'E'nTS. the Dram!! Club will again en· ,.rllll:M'r Ta(-om� \\"1\1 · prl'�1'n t Il. progrll.[l1 fI! Ihl' Concluding 1lH' PI·(,lllng. refreshments terlnin the visItors with Lwo one·nct arl ll br id Blake, ' f ' d . f S{'T\ by En /\ l' t,'RE!'IU1AN Mt;ETING Commlttl'cs for .< <"Clal nffnll" 11:1'·l· Trlllllr Churl"h in P::.rklRnd for lhe In b('f'n appointed as follows: \lro�ra11l InC':l1 I.ullwr ....;ll:urrs Rf'\" Alvin G HaR"nl's.�. Laurfl Han�r. and ('rl'rlrudr T n o . t 12.40 the Fr I lRn plays !O be given 11'1 the on ESatur-, n Ion(' Ma.dSl'll. chairnllu1. J·OSl'pll RUIl· wl1l main �1}f'll.ker or till" Strnbrrg - e1a� ��I� �OI: b�ISllles.� me('���; �:�h�I�� .l:l�� a�I'�lg;:o��cl:�i p���l�' . hml? FrlthJof TRYI'\. Jo.'lnna MfnoIlSO!:: eon.�ldrr plnns for a cla!;.� IlRrt�'. "Oawk,. Twelve Dlld Frecklcd_." w1lh ---invitations · Q('rtru('\1' Bru:Hll'r. chalr_ ' �t·ni()r ( :IH!'i!'i (:otllll1ilh't' the cn.�t Including JudIth Benson, Gary man. ,� ll"!nll. Larson and Elsie BaTre\!: 1, llllu'roll D('(I" o"(,,,�1O . a d f:�'!��� F r To C llO o�t· fSmoke Get.� ill My Eyes '; ' 1I � Jf'o l;$ i ll r:h o/Je[ S l l' ����� ��� Ydl:�I; :� I I ;:1 : � i . �:�i / o;:;:�n�i1� ��d �f�t;��. ���7. Reporter Is Ellnl' Bel1son. "Pin �n on Me:' will F'Tithjof TaYE't. frt'shments . Mar1aTet Dcmrr�. chalrbe glvl'll by Helell Scot�, Marlon Pen· Sponland , Mo\h· appointed cOllllllittrl's to IIlnn, Hl'll'n St.'lrk. and Lois Ma!' Mor- rr SU]lrrior Ingl'borg nif'. Francis -Archbold, Mnrvln �ensen. the Luthl'rall Df'acones.� of senior cla.,,-� Actll"ltles. Inn WaIL Schllackenbe'"!!. and Joseph Run· year, for the ulltainted. Till' Frt'llrh club ".·ill hold Il. candy HOI11E' Il.nd Hospital in Chiengo. while. the picture committee. whle:h nlng. .�nle al. Drama night. NOI·ember 9. The on her tour of thl' Pacific Coast, visit4. LauTa Hauge.. ('hairman. Frnne\s Arch. mosphere of nn ern frel' Immediately following the plays, the commiu('(' naml'd to t.'lke charge eo PacifiC Lu!hernn Colll'gl' Oc!.ober . bold , Arnold Anderson. and Marie fCOIIl"gr vlsitcd upon us by Sir h::igh and his collegiate contempor- Board of Co�trol Is sponsoring a ged· eludes' N,el"a Olson. Marir Johnson lllld S11� \\·as aC'co:·np:lIlied by Miss Mabel Johnson. I;; accrptlng bids from which Ra Thon:I!'IlSO l. who Is a fi('ld worker for Ihe photographl'f will b<' chosen lifter II'S. Yea verily. 1 do r�rer to the de- eral mixer wlt.h Judy Benson In charge. Hl'dvlg.Dnhle I Homl' and Ho thC' Dt'aconE'ss mOil Tpbacco, I'spl.'ell\Uy when served Assl�tlng her arc the ' following com· all bid� are Jln a b lng. belchin bowl · of nn e o le ta n e or Tacoma Ch· ic 1\1 usi� :��c;��I:::, ;�e�: 6ct�� :d :�� g H:��ta�u:: ::�l:::� �qn�r�::� �,� .� :::t :: :t ��:�t �o!; ��:��:\':I� �����:d ����· AnnOlll1Ces Loncert the .Lutheran Church. At present there be arranged by Jean-Marie Fowle�, "So very comforting," salth the sage DrlebeJbls; refreshments. Eleanor Rau.. are 4O,.COIlSC'Crated deaconesses in the John DrelbelbL�, and debaugh.-4:.hairmlm, Ger�rude Stenberg. Benson. A scholar. ElI;o;abl'lh Rl'thberg. Metropolitan home. In connection with the social Sf'nlor social functionEline Is being planned '·So very mascuHne:· trl1!eth mine Rnd F'aul Preus : decorations, JeanOpf'ra HoU5(" sopNlno. will appear In s.t'n·lcc work done by the deaconesses. under the direction Marle Fowler, chalnruln, Thelma Ne5S, girl friend of Enid Hutson ' the Initial concert of the season for I,hrre is an ' accredlted school of nurs- Volly Norby. John DreIbelbIs. and Lhe Tacoma CiI·le: Music AssociAtion at ing. which has 50 studrnt nurses. this Lundquist. . thr First Baptist Church FrIday. NO\·· yrar, Class which are to be collected I believed arid so bit. "A mateur Hour" To Be ember 8. at 8:30 P. M A day school Is run for \.hose chlld_ Johndues, Stuen , Eula Mae QQlr. And back and had b;een doing so Thls world famous artist was born in rell whose parents .work. Regular by Sponsored By Guild klund. an: nl.tl". cents tor week ot expe.rlment. dl""",I.,nm;nt: Evelyn Ec Saxony. and she ·has worked under .t.he kindergart.cn routine study and play- cach semester: and chagrin. batons of such conductors as Tos- f:: round nI struction Is given lhe childA� eight o'clock, Saturday -evening. ' After each fullsome meal I l'r the supervisIon of �e deac� C k n a November 2, In the Trinity Lutheran -pulling. faithfully ( ! ) horal Society Will ���n�t::��:;� �� :�e�n.: �� . ��::s� Church parlors, a Junior "Major 106 grand operas and 1000 songs In In addressIng the faculty and student Bowes" Amateur Hour will be. spon­ Present '·'The . 1\lcssiah" Ihl'lr original languages, body, the Mother Superior <stressed the sored by the TrInity Junior Guild, lragtant Juices steam I n('ed for youth "to build Its life solidly M�tlng every Wednesday evening. Appearing on the program are such I call lor tIme out, It upon the rock which sI Jt'Sus Christ," t.he P�rkland Chora.l SOCiety is prepar- reel! The bell rings. I call It a famous perso'nages . as the "Ooon Men"s Quartette She pointed out that the onl' way of Ing for the presentation of "The Mes- and stagger oft to elass. Girls·' Ilt the pia_no:, Iv�n Awtullteh. re, ,�ccordlng Prot. J. . 0, Edwards, d<;lillg this Is to serie the Lord, it_being slah" to be glwn. Sunday evening. De- The otrlela1 date for�our first nowned basso profundo, and those red­ headed wngblrds, head of the Music department. the the greatest thing !n the world. cember 15. lie appearance together (my . Ima. Yowra. Wera PilI. men's Quartette Is dertnltaly organiZed MIss Thorstenson ·gave an Insp1ra- This organl.tatlon was formed last n must· necessarily be set an� Is getting prepared for,lts .season th:�nal talk based on I Cor. 17:13. "Quit !!prtnk, aud It now includes 50 singers, If · eVer, Until I am equlPj)Cd Hallowe·en retfeahm�nt.s wilt Be serv­ you. llke·men! Be strong:' She caUed many of whom are trained vOcalists. pair of leather lined, nicotine of request performances, «l_ ArMld Anderson. first tenor: Bob our aUention to this cha1lenge and In addlUon to the plano 8.ccompanl_ lungs: 1 re1use to expose my The Junior Guild has 6een recently Monson, second tenor: Emmet Thomp- enthusla.sUcally declared that "To" do ment to be played by MIss Thelma. tiated smoking t:ec.hnlQue to the organtied by the young ladles of the soit,1t�t bass, and Kenneth Anen5on, to dare .tor Christ .15 not the ewest, Daniels and Mr. Joseph Rwmlng, ·sev- ga� of the' public eye. Trinity Lutheran Church, who w1ahed .second' bass, cOmprlse the Quartette, but by far the most joy,ous and satlseral weU.tcitown soiot&ui are being � their _combined efforts to eid . cured. , Yours for a puff, ,.. Disenchanted. 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The ten cotllmnndmellts are fulf1l!ed only. when we fear And ]o\'e GoO . ChrIstianity and holiness are !loi n matter of 1I0t doing things-it L'! a matte'r of our hearts , Whate\·er I do---wlth the SpirIt of Christ ruling my life-Is good. -Pflueger Thl're 18 a continual spirItual warf[lre going on. l1wre Is an Inner unity · which binds 1111 Chrlst"lans together Do not look outward-nor Inward· look upwRrd for the strength you need. Let our allegIance be His. not man's. Let us thank lhe Lord for Pacific Lutheran College. -Dr. Tlngelslad .

Old )'Ou know that Lawrence Grenier, Glad-he:ate-her gll;8�. �. t055 (toss?) a football nigh ont,o a hundred yards? . , , Why doesn't solJleone catalogue Mr. Edward's puns and sell 'em to Irvin S. Cobb or: the Tacoma _police . . , If PEGGY RAMSTAD, NORMA PREUa. ELSA ARNESON and IRENE ODELL played !.he flute... we wouldn't have many plano solos on our programs. point Is. wc wouldn't have to llsten would we? to 50 many a 'those soloists If the aooompanlment were mlss1ng . . , With' a' radio you c�n always turn the dial . , . As It· Is, we tum 1l11)1u1d 1n our seaLs , , • Thru' the · glass of the buIleUrt boilrd, many a poster has been many a face has � 1nsJ>e:cted. due to . read ,

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. I akne and i.helr·offensfvt dri el!. Cap a in Ball selll!Oll. under the guldS . faSt steppx Pacific . L he�np; grid IlJ!otg w frecth'i! as usual: with the vreo IUlce of Mn lRgrr lone Madsen Md rnn.mnchlne lOJI�n.ered .to. v!\nco�vft B. c:. �ult thnet ·they Iql'll· a d�e f wltI,!L the, Mrs. Adah DR·pper. physical e'd\ lcatlolllast Sat�rda} and rttumed wit 11. 0111'_ No�em \.. ll n u g "Wildca ts" by 7-0 on QktQti_ Instruc r. wi ll open · Monday, d d - i ct r O r h heRvy but �r II. ill Ellensburg, The Luthf'rans. ai- ·ber 4, · Tryou for all' t1"'$� t�IlIn.'I. of wndr:_ 'Il e . 4 1 0 v o y Vf' t e Coa('11 f:)l'<On and hh a It. h yesterdAY d l ��ere n I tf'�h("T'S I�e outplaying gh ou h t f : i · )�:i3�a.�:: · . Ilft("f a sllght derailment ·at :�:x��;:.�:s�t,�· : · I b l o e . a . h r b �:�� Olwu usedC all hthe meOl� ��:; :t ������ft���:es �:= ei�::� ���; ;1I::�:�'::� A�.��l:O;t";�: r=c!��r ��:�i�S l��' .�:�r��\� l�� ;��::�e;: �� ��i\Chi Cliff U the ·hlgh C. at th", expense' of the tJn'I\'erslty: ��\'t'� 5c� ��s Ct��!�' �: �:kt ,a�o:�'o fo� opponenL t(i push over one cor.e normal ,squad. After· whichSf'COIlI.I year sclwol girls w1ll contest the a r�S\llt of one of their misplay � , PP of Briti Columbia, {toO. Vsing all h norn.Jtlll�es. Th�sr games. belIlde-s be­ hi;; resen·e:;.. Olson did not al�etnPt to t �l:�!�· ;ately after thl" f!r�t t uch , The sC€Jrlllg play WAS (U�I.heend run o� FopOfl for P.L.C. run . �he s ore up . too high. altfough down b; O'Connl'r III the firs frill.' fr m the five-yard IIn� Inu . Sf"C()nd� illg a new t}"Pf' ter c E promlSl' SOllile . reAI .Ught, due to ter ua n e by aylor girls. quar �pe tutQ�S at I he game were of the .mlnutes o( In\', t.h e Luthe:r!ln m . r q r , T . back . .!\ftl.'r . the �all . !lad been set In the fRct t hat these .three t�8ms appear �o � 1.' . ed. the r l s � d they t had plnfon at. h · oGladja�rS could hA\ (' mntched Bell. be-gnn dr�lg' In :1'.ecremI. etink. I �. s orin position b�' a utheran fumble to bl' fairly we.1I matche In strength . h eat-� s a m d�� dt'tP heir O",'U terr to . The The hedule of game:'! fOf Lhe �es 77-0 win In' ci ently Belling_· alIngthout:eh trest ha;;' IngJlam teachers .Il\Rdt' ,the Ollversl n !!ood 1l1;llu�c.r of till' � ason Is. as follows:,. rlda. . Glads did \lot ofs�oretheag�ort 811� P. L.C. wI!! meet next hAIlI . a l- In t.he IIrs: with a place kick, . r . . Wednesday,· NO\'ember' 6--thlrd year tet opol�s \· nmg l l thl.' NOT\hprn 1\ half I �:�:r���:�o cHorts · ln pre�lIrnt!on . fnr �::I�a�. ,��.I I:I:�I�tr:n��I�� ��:r'�r��! A� the stArt of the second half, ho�'. aIlF�:��::;g'·I\����:r�e�.:� O�:(��e!�U��:� :11�lr�; ll l\:::-. ���S:.. �: �o�;��:�: �i�;� � . er, lhe e\ Lutheran m ach . i n i f t d Int o . and they Are .Il · ILspeCd,...8nd-�rt'd-twice71n""""ifCfil 'C cOl i!,dn.:.t� qultc-punch the- bftll -over;- 1'ear nOtl'naT:-nfst yelfrnof'ffi_al llIgh Coached by Ctnn.:k La penb h. for- of thl' .swaggerlng O tl- 101lR drlyes wpre launched d('t'P. �hool: Wednesday. November. 13mer U�!\"t'rs\ty W �hln on . st:\r :\\l0�� nJ� .��L.Qut..:..t.o.6....!-' hootJ-- t;hr'"Thunilt.'tb;rds" Into �he opponenls territory but t.her high IIrts: Monda . I:llar,�t"y.!!dngs prl'rellt pO\�7l'rful ,:,·0Tk!< . . ltll'gain�t Ihp Glnds. It o ld t::ot �ettled. b\\'ef1111qr/: oIIlI' . h ol cl ibondralyrRr w IHld Solie ca�- Wl'fl' end!'d a t .llormal vs it h In COllJplete tll\ses s NOI·rmbcr P tnl' rklnnd as rU�'lIl on 0111. a. e b . N fcnturln llllllllllg nttack n g the tre . ;ylllg thl' b�1l ol cr the line, In th gonl or by pass Int r, ibcrni arts: Wednesday, .No mber .J)am.� Shift . Se\'ernl ne\\.' pliiyl't"S ha\ e fit 15 cq�fllI�' fllJ)clo\\!; �rove thatf 111.�1. quurter Ar hbo d cOllttnutd lh: (l1·tort th e f'llcm)" U f t d l t a d e u I . 1 h \'It h a�ln.e ·elid rull for riftem �:� �o::sll:�lr :�f('�::k:�I::lnO��! 7 l :;:. .\� �:.r(,:l\::�J �:;�t:�:Nlye:�t.s�::=�� cUI·lnR �TllI.' :�::�:l'�n���\� ;h�l'����;�l��::I��: .I.���"'����'.i.� I\�I� !.\ot J st o�J o .synnls. n hecdlng Ihe pll.'fiS of flls . til Ihlrd yellr normal. 1l g o r . 1I �IOIlS lIntimen, Coach Olson sent h� The Suddrn Can��lIation of the AI. �,r�'l' · � ! 1::-�ll�;I: �t��: ��\:,""��a��,;:: at lrft lIalfbRck and MRrtln lit T;ln " ;lb;lrdin. trene� ;lnd " in j and Illcldf.'nlaliv. tl'f.' gallle "tht'r COlll'gc�. . l!b�\�� I:�� � se� ;·I�:� :��� or ",e�$,3.95 e · l l h: p;lh. f ::� .e t'd'.ql l S ll l l cau. \ r e e it' d. n t � e la;<; w the Hilt'. CAptain Fr(·}\dl'r lind k Id, , h l b� l h . , .h \'lIin. , """d. =m " be "<p,,',II, or h"""d·x " h"" "II,. md, ",d and . 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Hauge Is CO'nsl(1erlng the pos. nore Withrow, Hell'O Holt.ca.mp. human destructions." believes �fes::: ��: :dm::��et�:e e:f�� " slbillt)' of also attending th1s,c:onven- Odell. Edna Toblttson, MlU"la�t -;o;o"- MtChel- Nlcholas':' Pnlflek.-fonne� Ig tlon. '-,, th a nd Ro� rUl �I.so�. European diplomat.. who gflVe the ...r' r �� l �a -"';;" . O. H, u o , d Of �: J���:; �iPped from C1evtr-' mL'ttice 01.)' address'In \.hapel.. and Reuarc.h Comm1&slon on land, Ohio-:tndudes-se"f"en off'"" , Prot. Franck. \\'ho �came a mj:!mber y P f I �I���;r:a���;n:�:�:' m�:��; Lutheran Cir�uit Meeting ���ln:u��I�� ::�:t:. :: � ��. ��o:�� C:� ·l't�l'e ����:' :; t� ::d�:; b a �:: ���.:!�tOO�;:�� ;�IC�W:: Being Held' �n body. In his chapel s�h, a \'I'ry co}or, ���r�:� :�I'':a�::u:a�:n� l�r;;� Id r u o 111.1 attenUon' will be given to the bu"lld- Convening, 'for I� Pall 5e8ll10n, placed In the buslneS& ·otflce, and the �� !���:f �o�,��!���, ���. as��� curriculum lng ot utheran tor C 1 other III uzed In the oft1ce 01 Dean 9 . "'L " Pu day \\'hen the legitimate mflSS murder �u w, ,., 'ouund C" 'u" 01 'h. rtous r to gE of ele\'l'n million human beings came !;;;;ili.;;;:;;cJ;;-;;I��-'- :�chC: ::d:a: :e aL:��nO�tu�; weglan tuthel"8n Church opened �����c �:�::n: :f �� c!�:;� to !troup which was held last summl'r at terday morning at the Trinity nUon of the offlus are he reorganlz �� :��g Inten'lewed. Prof. Franck. T UnJverslty of ·Mlnnesota. under the er&ll Church In now under way. Prof. N. J. Hon,', who sen-ed as il. represfiitath'e o(the Ll.lJa acting general {he direction of Director Pannltoke. · In- ventlo", wtll clo.se Thunday . present office will sen'e the private Hungarian Ministry of Commerce. exthe sophomore class ts ar- clden t ally. QT. Pannkoke \\'81 In charge Yesterday morning at 10:30 office of President 0. .... 'I1ngelltad and pressed a slrong sentiment toward Into a treasure hunt party 22. lernaUonnll.sm In preference to nation· eve{l.ing. November �I! t . p. t. q. endowm�nt. campaign the op�nlng sermon was flven by . a conference room for Dean HaUl"! \\'1Il take place In Parkland. InI �connection allsm. HI; knowledge of the various K. S. Michelsen of Tacoma. Rev. . and the President. Between·Dr. Tl:ngelwith the -co,nference O. Salveson was In charge ot Holy stad's office and (he tiuslne511 oftice !.s types of Europeans gives him a broad wl:1lch the group will go to the Is U:te special meeting of the Chrut- Communion. In the afternoon Rev, '1'. that . of the general aeeretary, M15II outlook on differl'nt peoples. . He emEvelyn Syverson In South Ta- I nlty teach�rs of I.uthel"8n Colleges Ove of Aberdeen spoke on "What Berdine KnOuen, The oHlce of Prof. . of , � will be call phaslzed the "gemutlichkeit. ot the for refreshments. d tor the purpose Tis. COO\'erslon?"; Austrian �ple. whlch . Is their attitude cominlt� In charge ot enter- of _ �� � the address for thl' N. J. Hong. high school principal, I.a u�uss!.ng the training ot the work- evening meeting of courtesy, klndneMo ease, and }Ovlal­ Includes Evelyn Syverson.. ers,!7 was given by 'Prof being arl"8ng� In the room fonnerly . the local congregat�ons. Ily; he 'Inslsted that they are truly a Helen Scott. Stanley Ford . J. Pflueger on "Prl'serrt Conditions oc:cupieil by Or. 'I1ngelstad. char:rnlng Pl'Dple. In contrast: he de­ "'nderson. Aida John- I of Ihe Church." · The 'old Mooring- Mut office Is to �rlbed the Prusslans as a people who by ' Ida Men and Emmet �ev:- Lewis Will Speak Thill morning at 10 o'clock Rt:v. M' be a room for faculty women who·do are more dl5tant or less Intimate In Is to be In charge of re\ At<!:U I er Lea ue l\l eet 1� Nesvlg of Seattle spoJr.e on '"Means I not ha�'e admlnlstraUve �utl�, .llVhU .e g t.helr .contacU; .and he spoke of the of Conversion:' "Fruits of COnversion thl' office formerly held by COacl\ ClU_ \. S\\'!ss \'I'ry IndustriOUS and certain­ to attend this party, eac� On \ Sunday e\'enlng, November 17: In the Individual and In the Ch�rch'� ror� Olson wui be a room for faculty ly Ule rnost. int.ernauonally minded mu:\t have paJd hili claM the tsuth.cr League of 'Our Saviou r's dlscUMed by Rev. S. J. Floren ot men who IIJr.ewise do �ot hav� ad . ple In Europe. Lilja wlsh� to urge th06t Luthel"8n Church In Tacoma will pro- Paulsho,. TOrJlght at 8 o'clock Rev. M. mlnlstratlve poe,ItlOIl.S: Th!! new Moor· to attend the party to rJgn vide the program tor the Luther League Lono of Tacoma will speaJr. on "Four Ing Mtut office has been e5labllah� In thl' bulletin board b.y next meeting In the Trinity Church parlors, Hundred Vears of Light In the English the old Saga because of their clO6t contact with each In addition to this rearrangement, a Rev. Alvin J. Lewis Is to spellk on Speaking World." other. It Is Important for all nations -- -.-"Ve Shall Be Witnesses.'" and other Tomorrow Rev. O. L. Haa.vlk. ot· Be- certain amount of genel"81 renovation of the world to get In contact with Ralns• ad to Address will i� out In .all offices In the membel"":'l of his league wllJ furnish attle. who Is president of the Clrcult . ""111 s�ak on "Conversion In Its Rela- line ofbe.ca.rr . all others. We can rid the world of painting, paperhanging, and new . mUSical selections. frictions I( we wUl lessen this strong i\lllSslon Soc iety :Meet A social mee�ng \\'9..5 held 'last Sun- tlon to Social Problems." The final light fixture!. nationalistic feeling and lea.rn to end n s mber s e NO addre the In com'entlon the ot given be 10. wUl i g, �' 3.}· eve n Ra;rutadilldiscuss!.ng th Church .!Oy and benefit from the arts and cul- P of. A. W�Iss parlors. Ml1dred Larsen led by Rt. Rev. H. L. F0811 of Seattle. who Is Girls Win in Linfield M� w be th I F t Ticket Selling Conaest . Preus con _ 't11e district president. on "The Task ::\�� �::;; �; ���;gn :n�:gei�; s�a::;S:;��e Mi���n SoclelY �e:uan: :ymne�SI�glngtl and �orma ;m�rtan�. 50 that we can acquaint 10 be held tonight at seven o'clock In w��� Mar:;: J��50n :sn���bac:�::� of E\'angellsm In our District." ourselves mo� Intimately with the Ufe. the recreat_ ,on room. As a result ot the contest. ·sponsored._ 1st. . played a saxophone solo. and Miss the customs, the thinking. of the "arl- Oth:e-r numbers on the program wiD Prggy Ram.stad fa.vored the group with by Advertising ManRler Enid Hutson C f . ous peoples. It Is only through such Include "ocal sele�tlons by Romo� Rust a plano �Io. Under the direction of L. D. R. U l em'bers W.II knowledge that we can understand and and a reading b)' Ellen Bergstrom. AI_ Rolph = 07:1Icollege ��� �!�I.&Lso� �: ����I:� Boll;tad. game� were la·ed. p y ee ovelu 1\1 t N b 2 1 er fvinn Arne \\'11\ lead the group In game, gir!.s, who sold the the appree?te each other." scripture. e Mrs. T. O. �are and Mrs. J, p. �:::�n:�:: �:!C�:�Wi�I_�:� �:��: ·r�::� :� Nesvig 's Church To Hold �t����k"::CI 19::.��ountry. this He .ls now taking out P. L. C. Day ' Sunrla y Pflueger wUl be hostesses to the L. D. Part: "' §.!!en December 13 ,!n the ' W. A. A. Hik«R. Society at Its �gular meetlnlJ, naturaillation papers. m _�gtr . mla. have turned .In approm.With Marie Johnson and ...Ida John- Next Sunday has �en chosen to be Thunday, November 21, at the home ,,'The . o v h e u e n r I L Rev. M. Thompson Is Chosen a:� ��le� :' :u bo:-e e:v�;.� ;�U��h ·i:· !�t�e: ���� ;; ;:; �I�: ��:� :I Y ��� � �. r ::�� 511 :��!� ::e p buslne meeting, the . !: Advertising �ssi" tant charge. plan5 ha\'e been made for a Preaident O. A. t1ngelstad will ad- group will be entertained with the 1.,.1- total leS.'l than S10. h1lte tomorroll·. which >;1,'111 Include both dljl'ss the congregation In the morning, lowing- prognm: vlolln solo, Sylvia The following committees have been Emmet Thompson, 6OPhomo� In the day and dorm gir..l, The group will while studenu and other colleg'e offl- Miller; talk, Mri RYflnlng; plano duet, named io make arrangements for fbI" nonnal department, has been named lea,,?--sc-aJ 3:30 clals wiU 1wn1.5h the program for the Irene Odell and Edna Tobiason; ar:d aoc:ial event: general chairman � Assistant Advertls1ilg Manager ot the o · �ock. hool for the rport at four services held durlng the day. �arae ot 8l'l"8ngemeni.ll, John Drttbelreading by Louise Hendrickson, MOOring Mast, as a result ot the adIs; entertalnment: Ted Hemld, chairvrrtLsement contest ,ponsor� by Har- ff'W' l ' h " man, Ray Hlnderlie, and Vern Knut.tTt 'h 'k .,. Grlbbohm. Ad.<rtbIng . � urn Bac ward, Turn Backward - O un; ·rer'�hm.n"'; Bob >!""'n. "'.,,� ,me ,n �_ :y F 'g 'r ' h 'W'. . This contest, which cJOIed Monday, Iva.n Lal'8On, and-Jack .WaU; dec· self. '.'if the old P'ord will ' start this and the steer1n.g wheel, that a i:i�- man, 8,. Marpl"d R.o� "'as started In September and the pot;l_ oraUoJlll : Ern Johnson, chal.nnan, s:crlptlon here would be endless. . The Paul Preus, est tlon was to be given to the solicitor Maybe nobody but me· realizes It, morning?" . and Harry Grlbbobm; who brought In the greatest number but the aut;omotlve Industry Is malt-, The nrst thing you did was test the chances. though, were two to one �Iean-up: Ed 8vinth, chairman, LesteT lights against you that you could, get away Holte. and Ernest Haugen, of ads during this two-month period. Ing a bunch 'ot nambY-l?ambles out of gas supply. There wen! no neon In addition to the manager, the us. I went to the Automobile Show or ?ther gadgets to teO you, What \\1th It without brealr..lng your Mooring Mast ad soUclUng staff con· &orne time ago, and what I saw there you !lad � do was yank 'up ltie front or wrist, or having the back. of your Fresh-:nen w'IiI Have slsts of Edna K.elsey, Jasper John&on, made me teel that .perhaps we shoul,d seat fthrough the bottom of which hand gash� by the mulish crank. Class Party Dec. 6 Harr:.' McCormick: and Elizabeth . have stuclt to the .horse, or at leut always protruded two or Illree coD' kept you out of the office. for several called a halt to Improven1ent.a wh�n .sprlngsl . untwlrl the cap (which al� days but .was sca«:ely worth wbile I l t o ght t Senior Class S ponsors �::o:a:��e:f=7ro:asth: ':!� . ::;��:� I:: :: t�� ::a:, o�� : .se�anned up, With the spark Ji:\=�aa��ee=�::�=d O! Chap�1 Program ! �:!:� th d o an oll nd th p u r d b Xi t ;: ::S ::!�., t..;::r: =�r ���m:7�! nt::::a:r:� l� �� �e f:::!· ;:���:eD�; ��. ��m:lt: :';:���h�� " Under the direction , of !.he senior weren't any such things as 'automatlc stick (an old 12-lnch ruler c&.Ir:� with Pord usually ltept 'golng, but there appotrited ' tO make arnngement.a for ctass, a program' will be p�sented/dur- starting, knee-action whee� airody- dirt. and (rreue) which you dropped Incidentally leatures that kept the party are: decoratlon, Marie Lien: Ing chapel, eurcisd. tomoirow. It wUI namlc bodies. synchro-meah ' �an, Into Illl' tank opening ,U two Inches. alive the delllJhtlul feeUrtg of uncer- refreshments,'NevelIa Roll; enterta.1n_ Inc:lude the follow1ng numbers: scrIp- blow-out. proot tires. aCcurate tnstru- 01 the ruleT came up 1Jet you ·d,Idn't talnty-Ures, tor ·iralance. When one ment 'and program, <Walt SehnacJtm_ ture reading, R9lph Bol&t&d; a .plano menta. and other sotten1ng InfluenCes. '.fOrry about It. not unW later 1Jhen of them ble\i' out, you lOt more exe«:1&e bera; dean-up, Edward . lone Ma�; vocal aelectfona by You went out to your Drage In the you put of It In ' the .m1ddle . of out ot 1JTeStUng wltll those old cUnch- &CRuse ot the withdrawal from . solo. a trio CODI!I1atInI" of WJdfect, Evelyn, morning , with a hIch of adven- tratfie. ·er rlrns tb� you would today wresUinIJ achool of Ida 1"01:, clau treuurer, Uarv . and Bob Monson; "readinc by � tuft, There .... a latent ch&lltn.ge In' The nut. step In atai-t.tng th .J1m Lond05, arid the [aat t.h1Ile Jenson w.. unanLtnouslJ elected to no Benaon, accomPanted on t.be OrpD. b)' the angular old Pord that mAde In- cn.M,the.ear, operaUon tba�some- you .dkI before'pumplnl' air lnto i. de1J th!.s ' paCUon, C\ua: dues have been TIil'ima o..nJels; and a vocal solo b)' divldual t.ranaportatton , exciting times' became I!IO In'i',,lved , 1Jha� 1Jtth tube waa to plraeb a hnle In It·With a decld� upon to be � centi per . 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HI.'Il'n HoHcam" mllCl Hagerup . Jean-Marie Fowler . Bob Martin Marie Lien. Irene Odell T¥PISTS R�PO'TERS-Thelma Daniels. Joruma ManouS' ( os. Norma ?reus. EI\'8 Bergman. Ga.ry Pflu�r. Marga"ret Larson . lone Madsen. Russell Frye. Ro­ lJerta Torrlson. Lenore Wlthro..... . . _.

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.. hard to adjust one·s.selC to th'e change. Anyway." growing up has Its drawbacks. VOlunr�ers are oomlna now. judging by �me of the alumnl-bless From 'evc'ry 11111 and .dale. . . ' BUSINESS S1'A.t'F From f�rest. pia-Ins; along the sea; 'em' Frlthjot TayeL BUSINESS MANAGER ' MORE WORDS- ". If you can derive any aesthetic salis. They aU are brel\klng trail; ASST. BUSINEl5S MGR. Ellen Bergstrom � �e are resolved that poverty The Orriculas, the F·nmkensteins. !.he Zombes from faction from Oertrude Stein's writings. l • Hru-ry Grlbbohm ADVERTISING MANAGER t1d vlce.. s.h� be�n� � _ now on for the seniors a-re BTUEN. GOFF and ECK_ If You a're able to unde�nd ' some at W CIRCULATION MANAGER • Margaret CraIt h.- shOU� our battle cry on high LUND . . . �he�'re .collecting class· ducs . . . It·& getUng Heorst:s Idlas on politics.' If It !.s _ _ • ASST. ADVERTISING MANAGER sound.!! (rom !>hare to sh�re. It 'these so a guy can't C\'en OWl' money days Without b;elng possible tor YOll to squeeze spleen out Emmet Thompson . asked for It . . . This year at the q.RO. Ha\lowe'en o( a brick. you are . then qualified to _ .• . CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS . Leonore Withrow altair nobody was asked to .take aU her mask ..,,"hen say t.hat iIltelllgerice Is. ' In ' part. ad- we..henrd the cry of sl:�f'rIJ\g ones, . . Kathryn Anderso� -( In Slough of pcspond caug��: she dldn't ha\"c one to take oU ... . . They havc a nice jlL�tlng on{"s self to his em'lr'Onmeht.. AD �ITO�"" Harry McCormlc�. Edna Kel. W{' owe a duty to our race, lot of magazine·covet girls In the club this term' . It this Is absolutely true. can we say �� � ,Johnson. Elizabeth FrIIs. Emmet Beauty is only skln-tleep -(If that·s the case!. Browser that some of our alumni friends are TIlls battle must be f.ought; m ��;a� i�lgh, should take his girl out and skin her) . . . The French" n bit v01d of this gray substance') ;:::�Z� FACUL� VISERS . N. J. Hong. O. J. Stuell t l Club membership list looks like the names of Swedish Alter all. you know. they are educat..XI . ' ' I .1.1 everything. Immjgrants . . . Not a French hahdle there. except and thry must be blessed with a 1itil� UIlS(>lflshness n · IN COMMEMORATION OF MARGARET DEMERS-:--and she �ay be something else -sense to .comma.nd respomtlble jobs, 'Now sound the stirring caU . . ARMISTICE DAY . . . . . - For date?>\who might go Duteb-treat. see ROMOLA even I.hough they can't adjust them. Armistice·! \Ve pu use n. IlIU·IllClit to ask our­ RUST. LOUISE HENDRICKSON, and FREDERICKA sel\'es to thl'lr environment. JI7 . . . sl'h'Cs the signifieance of such u day. Sl'\"ell SCHLANBUSCH . . they're treasurers of their respec· . t{'en years have come and gone since mankind tlve organizations. and could well nftord It . We'lI �����-� I'd like to be a. bank IJrcsldent• hegun to'pull its(!jf (�lIt of the dUlOS into whkh . But never an ,,(rIce boy; 'omit BI-WEEKLY BOUQUETS this week, becauSe STAN it huc! driwll itself. These Sl'venteell years . "fORD. ROY .LUNDQUIST. MABEL HEGGEM. and ,I'd like to save a million bucks, :;:. . � Imve bC'{, II' yea'rs of l.u ljust'IJ1('nl and rC'jldj"lIsl­ MARIE JOHNSON don't like compllments . . The But spending a dlme's a joy. . = .men!. 'nICY ha....e heell years (If regret and roses we had picked tor you wllre lulus. I.·d like to write a lovely book. struggle. But writing a page Is a. bore; HAVE YOU IIEARD\\'hell tht· Al'Illist in' was siglJ('" al \'l'rsl.lillcs Rolf Preus. '35. dldn't get back tor Homecomlng-he's ripping Interest. Mar. I'd llke' to. get all A's In school. For a stoTY ' ' fg 4111 Xo\"ember 1 1 . it h rough t Ull {'lid lu olle _ 1'5-' " Wlthln This Pres- �ut that takes hours more. busy up In the Roc�y Mountains �ra�lng II renl he-man gatel Ayer B war, and the beginning of anol h e r. 11 �easetl I d really like to. get ahead. heard that flows to his chest . . . The wal;nlng to all eill'" IS It tud r. of modern America to be a baltic of bloodshed, and it hecanH'" n . But a. step at a time is: .slow; !tIrl donners : " Lock your doors at night. lest Pork�' � rm,der trom start to h l e V hOldS that . IlUtile for souls. Mun had to fight for tilt' . on the loose" . . . CoopcmUOIl In all school work Is the flnlsh. Be1ilflnlng pstcnslbly with 1914. It Is ':l talnIY true. tha� I'd like to faith he' had lost. and . for Ihe spirit which Im!1 / aniv . motto of Knutzenvll1e. it ne\·erthelesl\. CRrrleL.Ol)C back as far lieen h roke ll . But thl'�e is .only aile road to go. as th�, �IVII wlh- and the great Chicago II"-VE SO:'1£ POISONAr:{ lilt: world louks buck 011 thuse glmslly And I don ,t care for Its ups and downs. fire through means of personal family A throaty three cheers (aud a bench) to DR. LERAAS experiences, it sees bo<iit!s hm'rihly iuulil alC'd, One must drive Wlth �utlon and care . . . remlhl.scence. b[lnglng alit the great for taking . the leap" . . . The cigars haven't reached us hearts turn apart. and suuls murdl'rC'd. Thl'se I guess I'll not lnconvenlence myself yet . . . but. then. every groom thinks he· has the best national spirit that was the shining So facts ,·hut llien 'faeed were rcal i ti es nut fnIl­ And just not go anywhere. woman In the world. and then turns around and passes Illeal toward which the pioneers kept Ucil'S of ,·ision. It took :'\)CII tu fuee them. \Ve out the worst s:.ogles In the world . . . � luck! from their taces turned. By a gradUAl propay humage to all Ihosl' who ill t il('Sl' s('n'lIte('n No� this really. Isn't my moHo, an Innoccnt bystander . . . ED SVINTH told us not to cess of biography. It shows a weakenyeJlrs have fought the good fight of faith and I hope you �derstand, Illg. a crumbling of that spirit that. put his name In the column any more . . . See that we helped to build up the . hOpt�s for pC'acc and For I like 8 road that Is full of thrills. don't, Ed . . TOE·NAIL DESCRIPTION; Bucky O'CON. was' the foundation for the nation we harmony mllung me n . And requires a lIteady hand. NER�thc banty r:JOst"r. vho \ can lick. any two cocks :\Te today. The events th,at are woven \\'(! should like to juin Pruf. l\lichel :S . But how true I.t Is. that we tancy ourIn the barnyard . . . Once upon a time a guy looke.cLat around the .Sewall family are the events Franck,' t h e Annistke Day Chapel speuker, in selves that have made history during and EUGENIA SPENCER and dldn't say: '"['\'1' seen that gal h i s plC'a for world peace. \Y{', as YOllng A m er ­ At the head of Important things, some place before" . . , They got the notice mixed In since the World War. The theme ot ica. IIllist educu l e our generation to reulize the et the �k Is Marcus AureilUS' "Re- Y avoid the eftort that puts u.s there a town paper. an.d the squlb read: " LOIS MAE FLUTE futility of. ·thul thing ('alled wur. lind to work And the Joy th·�t real work brlnp. WILL PLAY THE MORTON" . . . Some of the fellows member that mon'S life lJes alt within for a peacC' among 'lIIitions which will mean -Evelyn Syverson. when gl\1""ng a--report in class look funny. sorta klnda.­ this preset;lt; as for the rest. the past

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' cifie Lutheran \.ollege. This large contribution of furniture has lIludt' it possible 10 rearrange the offices so that all college administrutors will have their offices in the mllin building. This will bri�g the .College President in closer' conl ac t wilh the students, OCCliUSC in tile past he 'has done most of his work in the privute stud�: of hAS residence, Also, Mr. Preus' gift brings the q uesti on of development clearly to mind. and we feel that we are definitely making progress in that . re· SpCl.'t.

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to work. This year: we look back to the · year . 153;; whicl� put the Bible into the hands ' of men anel /-!8\-"e th em Chr ist . -�rof. J. P. Pflueger .

. People are speaking well of P. L. C.. and . we must live up to. that reputation, Christianity is �methirig that is r,tal and .. ·vital. . Lei Christianity be a soothing atmosphere that sQrrollnds you ·and supports you, · Let people continue to say these�� thin�s . of our college. I . �Dr, Tingelstad.

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Ray Hlnderlle talks lower than low to scare himself lnto believing he Isn't scared; HAL VCYrAW shifts from leg to leg like he's on an open-tleld run; JOHN DREIBEL_ BIS keeps pulling up his trousers like they had come loose from their moorings; and we know a red-headed sissy who always gets a frov In his throat, and for fear of collapsing. never clears It . . . P.B. BOB MARTIN Is now glvlng RU8&- FRYE lessons on the tuba�by ap_ . . pointment. IN THE WAY OF CLOSINGA certain blonde In our mldst Is still the object of an Eastern college 'boy's affliction even tho)Jgh a mountain ra.nge .separates them . . . It·s romance like that that gets us. Gosh heck I . . . With all of Coach OlsOn's dreams ·comIng true, let's hope that one at these nlghta he v!.slons us sitting In class on a hammock. with a sandwich toaster In our · lap . . . Becau.c;e rain fell on I�t Friday's caravan. couldn·t we caU ll, the Wet Parade? (Or dGo·t you thInk so?) . ' . ' U you ever hear VIR­ GINIA DAVIS recite the piece abqut the White Swan, and then don't get a lump In yow: throat, you're .a gorilla with Innards or plglron . . . OPEN LETI'ER; MlI­ ton N�vlg. St. Olal College: As last · year's editor at the M.M.. please "advise me. My edItor says I am absent­ mInded. and infers that I W85 weaned on thlst·les. I used to tell you to shut off the draft.-:-but It:s ,8 she this yearl�-"

. IN CAS.E THEBE'S RooM- I ,You can kick MR. BARDON In �l1. shins, or make f8Ce5 at hlm�he won't mlnd; but take the hook art the stick

which he uses to pull down the maps. and you'll .see an Incarn�t1on ot Buffalo B1.11 roari.ng over the p�lrle with a bee 'sting . . . We· hear rrom MR. REID aga1n and again : ''I'm oat ea.s11Y affected by trifles. but Just th� same, It burns me up."� And YR. · IJ.AMSTAD: "You can't> take ttl"' And MR. nONO: UVa a 111'1) ''1 iJ.n't got noth!n· ·to say," . Then. from MIt.. "EDWARDS : "We had perfect atteQdance �ay-by the way. were y'oil there?" (It·s not euctlJ ria:bt to ..uSe the profes&Orll' names In' such a Iow-bro"' CO!�but you're' being raked from stem to stem becauae of eum. week; 110 we might as �eU follow: . su1�),

Is gone, the future yat. unseen:' It Is n y h hn '��I��ra�� ��� �O�g�� �:u���� became excited about !Ji the t�entleth , century. It Is an lncredulous memory �� h= f���� :!�o;r:!�� we h�ve , l n I Ini a smll;lI way It b concerned with the history of this family. enlarges to contain th� hbtory of Chicago, ot e n �� f��: ��l�:h::�:�h�! War. the eVen more fooUsh J)C(lple re'sponslble tor the great· econOmlc depression rrom which we are emerrtng, Is Its sad. often disheartening, tale=s r a a ��:e ��/ to :!�f; :l�: desires; a mad raoe for mone.y which had no meanlng ·and no use for them': an age or acquisition.

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Cnplaln DIll season opened Monda)" NO\'('mtK-r when tI� iU)t-",.1 IU"U- Coach Olson's Gridslers Out to BFfWEEN Close SUCCHA(�I Year by Hea,-ier �VHdcat$ S('� r,eless- . h1itj SCh�1 squad M�l"�led t�t\ .nl:f5l. Hal Votaw Runs 67 l'ardQ to 'Vin at. P�rtlftnd b)' 8J�� of �-8. 'Th� THE Break up ThrillinJlt Game F'ighllnl \'I\ II�IR1�t " heavy )'ear·l\�ml"lIte.! For Luthetan V t h U n e t si i c.��� 's 'lul tra,'elCOllege clfle �Ulhl"nm � �� � � -'G : 7g � �:;U :�l : OI r:�: h �:� �; \: { t : � OAL :I��df�:�h��· ���i�:rs . P.O l d ( STS 'blg Linfield 'COllege �k,-en.)o-ll"adl'f'll tetllll th� artl'l'Il�n at· 4 o'clock. '. :'t:�:rt�=��u�O:�nW�: u: :I:� ml�/;;Id�:t p���;:'te�:l ��� �ac�::: e �- 0\·1"[ Alban}' Colll'� of Po.rtland wht.n \"lct�r)· o,·t'r Belllngham·s highl�', touted PIl('.mc Lu�hl'nUl"S well K.uMdt'd goal- :�r���f;o�. :�� ':::;:. 0:, :�'i:� ondOn Monda�·. �O\.eOlber Is,C\.h yl'ltr nOfU-tRI team wtll play the they. met't FrldRY artl'rnoon In. . the ell'\l"n last Ftiday nisht. BI"I�g doped line tias remllln�_ untouched in tht 0_0 tie and a �;::a��lcloryr:s . 10 � by LhN'fe or four t.uchoo1!."Tls �t two gameS against Bellinghfim liberal art.<;-hlgh.lIChool squad. nil: � ClIy d�d'.n ':lh e r �hl" Gladlatof!';. 9o'ho playl'd laNormal , and Linfield. To date, PL.C c:��e�:��f��:'1�e� :1:;'� I���f�����; compl�\(' 'SChedule "of �e 'gantt'S IJI pod_ . \�Ile the- Oladlll.tor:1 at"!" . doped to I g l of record, ('0 gllme . und "'�Ite<1 for t.h� )�reflks. Late 011 tht' bulietin board In the main �:::u:h:1 I K;:';:u�:�ha��:�&t.'<>a.�en� �e::I,er �lld a: ��:ll ��el;'C:':re ��e CRn bout the re'Yark�ble flnt Quarter Fr ;I". . L. C. �IAI\, cal.. tal and Il\lysJcal let dolll'n which might l of many fumbles on both sides, �"en �Int$ In six gaml'� ,,:n a,·ersge InCnf-t'thll �n n.st te�1ll plA)"l"rs ..eft' chOllt'n ,by collie l" !. �\'ered R �Infleld fumblt' HOIII·r\·er. the game wa..s full of thrills of a little O\'er one point. a game. 5ucl;l th(' R .re5Un of thdr last. t.w'o Ir an� It. to l�� ··WlId- M!'llIiger lone MRdsen �nd Coach A�ah � for the re�' half-frozen �P£'Ctators. toug-ti gru:'\es 1II'llh Bellingham and LInLe""1s. Mon- �ats. . 1.6-}arcarried· Fort as �w�rful teams HO \e th line . , . �!! r. , l" Dapper follo",'s : tint year nomla!: field ··The "Albany ·club! Rre ,wmeThe Vlklt'lgl'.., carr)'lng a considerable mouth. Bellingham. and Linfield were Glads could.notd cfl.Pltallze 0 lhe b.reak D�Atrlce Slddt't'S. Esther Norgaard. Hel- thing ot all un\tnowl\ 'Quantlt� In re­ . I'dge In the Il·elghl.'i. I>rescnted a nash�' unable to .'\core agai�'it thl" Gladl.lot'S. !\nd �'I!'ldt"d ·the bRlI}o t.he Oregonians itt"!"nil.h. and as such rUllnl!lg attack. bul mad!' most of en Stark. MelbA Ftnne)'. Alice Cook, gardA '0 football �ut of dangtr. Blake. 5),1\'la Miller. Norma are not to be laken lI,htly," .Co,"ch . lhrlr gains in mid-field. . Their one V('rlly. It hM been ·snld that a Ught whoO kicked ing the re.�l\Inder of .the contest Enid UT I{oldrll touchdowll opportunity ii,as cut dcfenSl' is a v!!ry good offenSe. r, compara.1lve Ho:we\' stal('d. Olson WtnM.arte Meh·er, Margaret · : Preu.'l forced Luth('rans tile were to devote C. Q:: 1$CC\) )'CRr normal: Thelma scores gt�'.. p, L. C. �the advantq:e. �OI·t by Ille hlllf Ume gun as the ball I_I ('(forts to turning bac� the of- b r Hazellld H· l\gerup. lay on the P.L.C.· rOUr-SaM slr�pe. Ht'lell · Scott. Monmouth beat Albany by two.touch-. are int.etested, heft' Is l,htlr In caSl' ,.ou Club led femh·e drh' t' S of the Linfield lt Calavan. Judy Bt'nson. Irene oOIll'ns�hlle Pacific Lutheran defeated Wadel In Ih(' first pia), of the rourth Quar- how a .JX'rrect touchdown play ",,·orks. by Ted ller t"T. HRI Votaw. s�dy Gladlatol\ back. u.'Iing as an eltample Hal Votaw·s Ift'at chelor. ack. and pdell. Els.le Barrett, Helen Holtcamp. thl! Monmouth e!e\'en by a 14-0 soore. pound f�lIb ( . l220conference "jQuartl"tback. Eona Tobiason. ·LoulS(' Hendrte�n: Till.' Glad mentor l\'l\l take a trQvl"Jing ta . � ball on his own 33-i·ard line-. "67,)'a�d nm agalrut Be-lIIngham. Start- �:u and . Alord by .-"plendld Infi'Trcrel'(e�, iW""1'i1rtnn.te- H�ol\o.� Int�- In ('8ch .\ns anece. however. thet fighting third )'enr· normal: Evelyn MOll$On, �ql.lUd of 22 mcn and Ilrobnbly will d \·e r lloon. e fO e- s .I l I'd . �n� ������: �f:ri��\'�e :� ���Y�:jl)���; !::�eJ::�� ku l'l� .'\(11IY :�I;; in� o�����:� :��wa:II:=���� th :!� 1011'. l ol�:n�;;: :J:I��'��r}"=�t ;a� the a the on air lround d r · r Thelma Olson, Ne\R Hu�n Enid SOli g th Into Vikin e ('nd down.:: O<>lngtwo guard� Prom \.hen on Ihe Lutherans chreked !'('{'ondary. took III the fourth Quarter Linfield tried Danl('ls Gertrude Stenberg high P.L.C:s " I'rrY d(,.'Iperate Viking threat. Trying O1.lt the defen�\'e fullback. Votaw thrn a field loal from the Lutheran 21-�ard �hool-llbef1ll art.<; Ruth Sollle Ovldla . It tell short.. To"ards the end HnulLl' Eug('nla Spencer, Il'Cne Mykle"'Ii:'lntly for a score. the Vikings rid- followed LUdI09o' unU) ··Pug·· blockNt line_but to Ul(' game the Lllth('ran linemen �el'C bust Hrd\lg On�le· June Michelson dl('(\ the air with passcs. but their the halfbAck , Hai. was th('n \\lone but ofbrcaklng them and smeartng the Lin- COnnie CI�mb. FrederiCka 5chlanbusc , pucher:> didn·t throw mn.n�· strikes. the w('lI on his way with olll�' the satety twld . ba�ks PEOPLES STORE for huge I�s, .and Virginia Davis. Virginia, Smith. , h, I Lulhf'rans batting down. 25 out of' 31 m£IO' in · his way. The little speedster throughout game the lighter Gladthe · aprlal thrust.'i. � -----:outraced and outfeinte-d him cle\'etly LlIl_ the fO rd tor outcharged 1\.;\1\ n rVo I� M a...'11 The Luth('ran line charged well and marker. fIeld club,· p!a�. ·e<1 with InsPi;!J.Uon at tlm(,5. �'hlle him to th l white ; \_1 th. backfield played hends_up ball. ce a(rll.ln comes the time of the t;, D ist.s knocking down l>asses and backing up ':'IOn ll when rumors of I!- po.ssIble "T. A. A. Swi�1I Party· . tilt line In cl'Cdltable fashion. Hal game withwethath"arhigh tne Finest Importers ofruu· DirectPrescription and mfghty team I � .:��, Cod Liver Oil n ... Norwegi Votal\' was. the big noise in the Park- from the- ..·other �de of the tracks:' W.A.A.. m�mbers hl!ld thel� regular' or. d a I've. a ac7 n i E M t r t ��!.. t � o;J� I da m t a I i (O MPANVI A �11� �����:i·\':':�!�le �0��·::� �\.i';:�!: ��er::thm����rs :f �:: :�: �:�� �;� ��� a��::r;!1 �:�I;!�� �ar7;1� hrld be ber their pay to wll\ingneM FaT BelllnJtha".'. Tarte was oULstalld: espreSSl'd Y.M..C.A. e h t. at 6. , �:;kt;:��g o���:n �� ::;:h:.lde��r�:�' ���:�dmiMiO\l to get. a chance to play :�l :nc;':I\�air�na����C��R:�do�I:�� P�;'���i �e�I�.D��;I;;�t � BROOKDALE ga,·r a fine exhibition of b:'lJl packing fflnJtelllen 1--1 , of IntimldaJ, l for the losers.. COURSE COlF ion was Ed TIl('- glrls\are Pfi..nnlllg to close capOur Idea ; NO SALES TAX l u a n n h h m ··The Public Covrse with the · Soulh "G" St . 330S"......... �:::� 'l;::��� �n �h:e�::: a�: �I�; ��� ��1 ����:I���: �=: ......................... l'a�l�i: ��theran ov Club try Atmosphere" n � ..".................6\ N. Fn'e . RE .Smlth Brlllngham gBme. Surrounded by players. 8 Svln\.h RT Frender scort of grim looking footballers. the . . RG Anderson Tellln reluctance of the BelJlngham roott'r 1 Day �nd Nite R. F'r}'(' .. . C Tomco "'M !';JX'edlly o'·ercome. The boys could Capps ..LG Whalen lX'rhaPs hire themSl'lves out as a col- LAUNDRY AND SERV INC CLEAN Tooley 1('Ct\01l Rgrncy. LT Anenson �. 0145RI ,. CE I · GArland 0 1 92J 1 Nltsen . .LE ..Alpaugh I-I ... I OIL REPAIRINC CAS ri s P SOIlf> ' all'ard goes to our Nagrodskl The leather medal .Q Votaw .I:.H Guglomo plucky CO-CaptB1n Buck�' O'Conner. AL ARNE School Represe'\'.'I" Ve Dzurlck who Is w('aring brace where he broke RH O'Conner .......F Ludlow THE BUC Tarte his shoulderbladl.' In the Un field game. V':;j . Substitutions: Pacific Lutheran - It was he who saved the day tor the TACOMA'S LAUNDRY Martin, Grenier. Moe: BeJllngham,- Alma Mat('r by taking the ball I1I\'a)' SERVICE . Olm.�tead. K\·lnsland. · Holuheimer. from tht Linfield mall who had WITH A SMILE Pantorium Cleane� POI>o\'lck. Verner. Gall. MilleT', Bogges..�. caught a pass on our 1 5-yard line. , . Bucky·· has shown the old "never sa), I ����������� t"----------t Kruge-r, Charvot. Rice. O\'enell. ' ' t ' !>� ..

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Word has oom� from 8t. Olaf Col. -Aruma! Home-com!ng acth'ltle� ' were lege in ' Nort!1tle!d. Mlnnt'&ltl!.. , t.lrt' Iron. ,'!'de. lolna up ltet'p P. L., C: Gu�t.s at Mlllon Hl'sv!g. '35. Is onE' or the as- opnit'd Frida)' : t,,:enlng by R bIg p(". P ror anothfr· ulUnpic. The gas de. Me5ManItou -"The of ed!wl'5 roci8te Banquet Sa lurd,flY game with 1IV:f'� ' down to the, catbW'eter by ra1,1), in \'II'\\" ot paper. ' Last rear the with the l. .w and . Moortng Mast. .L\I.,n�ld . Oregon. A parade. cONist· gf!.l\'lty �uld comply Pror. Michel· N. Franck addl't'$!Sed .t.he Milton �'as editor of ea� 4() I , a�ut of ng Inclu,dlng the ' pcop refu5e "o run "llp..�rd, .80 _that lce f en�f!.I' . has '35. ennan n Elia$O ten ClUb T'ue!day e\enlng. No\'. � '::. . . uphlU back· dr�\'e to n�ry -often Jlnd, yell lea.�e� left college st.. band o ml {'lJ1ber 12. on .VOtll.rt. an'" he . the � . . . I>eCtion of the famed a IH� �,�e ":' lh.at ma..tll.. you . He gt"'e a blogT1l.phy or Olaf choir! of flbout 8 o·c.IOC);, �t dO'lll'n Pl\rk A\'e�ue_W1\� . n..!J . r iat('.for parties � �", the life. eS]X'(:lally th(' carCf'r of Wolf. ' to South Tacom� and over to Mc. . A-<; for Margaret ' essan '34 edltor lIl ldlo8" quAllf.ies of the RCtuRl, r gang AmRndeus Mozart. flnd gR\'C ml\ny 1,933-34 BRgR. 'Is r �lllhing her courl;e K nle)" the procca. the From l thlll bustnt'M ot. trf�k �prlng t . tl\t('restlng remar�<; about Mm:art:� Pot t.tlC Unh'erslty ' Washington this slon ""ent �the Square ' do'ilo'll mount1ng�. p�tent shock-absorber&, amJ. a blrthpl�ce. people, Rnd quarter. preparatory to college yells and sOngs \'Ibrationl� motors �as 8Ome.thl�g for town. . In contrasting the life of that Hun_ nurse'$ training :achool. �r I;lorother. rn!,n would become thl' future. re gl\'en. I �l' gRrlRn city erlc n life he said. U-onard, al$O 'of '34. Is employed. n In the and �pongy Rnd Oil" �aturda):. the, feature �[ th� R (. ' "They have a dlffl'rent conception of Taroml' l\S 'an, Rudltor In the A!a.�kR homCC?mlng game old Ford you, Jolted and . bo'unc:M . life 1:0; do. For them. Steamship 'Company: _ n , .. .5l'at. �\(Iur arounclt;l �ild and :!hook s,co In a "" .Ith Linfield whlc.h ended re. beRuty lif�. They lack R ,le1lll WI!!lr.m ZIl'r. ':}4. Is �'orking tie. In the eve.nlng, the DrRma and clung determinedly. and of net'," spirit of America. To rectlfy the lumbl'r camp at Snoqualmie . WASh. which w g rln st the to essity �I . . �eel . Cf' ed i comedies ""o . pre.'Jen.led �11l� . . ent tl � life. the ington. enlflty to Mozart during made your hands . . Gawky. Twelve. and ·. Freckled " dl. brated .so much clt�· or SlIlzburg ha.<; Rl; a memorial to l ca�eful l . keep Itch. You ".Pin HllrRld..JOhnson. who grr.duated from rected by, E\'elyn Ecklund. chimes him en'rythlng from eaThedral ' hp High SchOOl . Depllrtment In I9lO, Pjn Me," und('r 'the directlon . of rour tonglle from getting betw�n your to hot dog�." Your muscles nexed . and ��lIno . Bena;on. 'Interml1lllion num�rs Frllnf.k has- had an l'xcelibumps. and �'hen )"0)J . P ) Inclu . ' Iaxed with saxophonc ,solo by pnt ,opportunity to ob..o;erve th I!f I B. A. I'('Rcht'd YOUT destination you felt .a.<; acOOmpR�led by Marvin !;.\c\ltn, HRr�ld r('Cch'ed tht'; cl(\', ha\'ln" \'I.�lted orth h,ad a workout.. wh1'eh had you though of 'l }V 9Y .N the from � Unl\'erslty marlmbaphone a adc e I"( � eral tI�es. D oUt. --' Cata _\'R I!... acoo"Y'� ��e Odell: yoU hRd. TRlk about physical train · . ' . prQg�m InOtht'r numlx'r� on F:dna Dagsland, 30, I� t�a.chlng, In l "ld vocal �I{'ctlims by the itrI'Strro. .'ngl "Your: teet I\ �re Lire<! from Jam· tlreif trom eluded R piRno soio by lone Madsen he Kl's.�ll'r School. Rt WRS�� Aida' Irene Qdt'li Rnd M lI· mlng. pedals. your arm's � . find R \'ocRI s{'lectioil by .... mold An- : mgton dred MO,nson, a�Ompanled by Ednll ste�rlng. and you were 'pred all over . . ' once dobrs. the slamming from . n Tobla..<;o Arthur O)�n, '30. who ""a.<; grRdelght times, w�ene\'er a passenger t";; rl\'iU\tlon of Professor Ri<;h: Ullted (rom the . Theol9iICR I '. Immediately fOllowtng thi.- plays. but , ,: had . been lI; '�I: 1 . games 'and t('freshments got In or out.. R!1d If G('rman I�struc. Seminary In St.. Paul last spring. was gu('�ts so unfortunale a.<;' to �et ca ught lri ii. I for At the Unh·ers1t�· of Washlngkm. ordai ned Rnd illStal1('(1 n th e pastoraLe at a student. mixer sponsored by the • rRln�torm and had been fdh:ed to ra.lse who spoke here recently. several mem- Ilt Almlville. B. C. last iUi}·. boRrd of control. . flv.,lh·(' Impos..';lble Jigsaw sl,de curof the PL.C, German Clu� at· Pnulille LRr.;on 30 Is lIurslng In condition tRln�. you were In I e� � banquet gh·en. Unl_ the Long\Il'';!; Cit} Hospital "'hlle hf'r r--. :: r ady . ;�t� Deutsche Vlre�n . At thl' unt•. �t (' to fight anybody. t' You &si r S}h lfl 28 LS a nur In the , . . � Se· l Ortho dic r In s n Hospita Pf> th ��;�d e t dUng a switch. spins , smoothly to his Grlbboh....m. and Ferdinand Bondy were I1 ri W Os1B on 34 ' Is atte�.dlng dt'stinallon. Rnd geU; out Just as fresh the gtle!<t.�. Harry Grlbbohm. president O . � Ilege III Tacoma B ut ill ness the car. The doors lock go� B.,� the IocR __ Germlln Club, brought e C ...................1iI Ilutomll tlcally. the glass Is Wal ter Wrigh t. . of Berkeley. Calif· 1,iI " . .... . .. ... ....... ... . . .. . . greetings German language. �1lS his keys he gC?£'s from '30 � orn.ln. attended p, 1. and unless This Is the or a series of

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"Tb� . Christl,.n- Faith" ·baa been P'r1. ch� for the Convention theme. day eve�lng at. 5:30 o'clock, the dele­ iates wll1'assembl� ,,1. the Unit.ed l.ouU'l­ ernn Church Cor dinner. regtstraUon. and gen�ral mixer. A Cull day of . �Ions Is planned Cor Saturday. Rev. Harry Lundblad. wUl lead the opening devotion. and Mr. Arthur Johnson. president. will give the In�roductlon td the general topic. Rev. O. A. Bremer wOl speak on "The Christian P'Rit.h. what is It?" Rev. A. M. Knl!d&en haa the topic "The Chr1l;Ui\n Faith: how to IL" After " tour of the UniVersity will be given at 11:30 :�.a banquet d-'-r ::p as a ;final feature ot the convention. . U'�UUII � .:.. 1i;.rthe;:;;;B:;:;;- ih.;;t;;.i -a'; Last )'e�r this convention was held. In Plan� Annual -&atUe; Rnd ROland,swanson and MIIJ.;Ii,eln<l(flel +POt' the pUrpQ6l'! of colleCting tund6 to N"u\'lg were the P. L. C. delegates. ton NeXt. Slln�ay tvening ''''gn, o·""",� On S�day evening, December 8, Jinan� the party. the gtiteral chairYlses ght o c k. the' Lutheran Brotherman has appointed Verntr Bitter to the Choir from Our I'!l · lOC Redeco���:� represent the Day boys. arid Jasper Church In Stanwood. will hood of Trinity Lutheran Church Johnson direction -of Joanna Ma- sponliOr Jts annual P'Rther and Boa. Drama �ight Scheduled collrcUons.to tAke charge of Do"!! Union concert at. tht Trinity -a complete "remodelIn Parkland. Rev, S. J. N. , Ins of. chairm,im. In the church parlor&. F r fSr..iday, December 13 the girls' day. room hu �Il BanQuet urge "I] men In !.he...community ' .o planned �y the D. R. Q. Wadenl'! Cal- to"We attend, even It they mUll t borrow a Drama Club will pre�nt 1t3 an­ TheChristmas "VRn. Novell Nagel. Vema Teglund. d Lehmann-Black Marriage or son. We promise a gQed pro- .nual entertainment on P'tI. Marie Johnson are a.ssIsting In � this father gram," states Mr. Victor Eivestrom, day evening. December 13, at 7:30 0'S"lemnized Wednesday the Stanwood visitors.. As begl � Immediately fol. work which will pre6ldl'! n t. clock. when two one-act plays will' be Is the date fcr .a rt'j'umr I n under the direction of ·Margaret· Mr. aud Mrs. A. R. Lehmann of Park. Luther League will entertain.AII 'Henry Olson Is general chairman, given O�: ::I�rT��::,:�:��::y�1' l be with Monaon. Robert· and . Craft Elness. P'rank O. . Stuen, J. land announce the mamagl'! of their Ing choir after the. concert Prot lwn creAm color And med green. wlth members are Invited to be MIss craf�, aMlst.ed by Edward daughter. Lvulle Martha. graduate. of League enjoy !.Ome brlgh�r touches. The floor and and Geol'1e Knutzen BM1aUng. a social hour with 1& directing the cast. for !.he Svlnth. '30 to Bf:nJamin DIllinger Black. of San ent to woodwork are to be Sanded to a natural play "nle Kwic Box" by Jack Btuart P'rancl5co. The ttrtmony. which took young people from �tlmwood. . color and va.mlsh�, while the lower place Wtdne8day evening. Novetnber 20. walls '90'iI1 be !1 medium gnoen. The New L. D. R. Committees ' �:::PL.a=, I���e�h;:��:e::: . na n a ll Anenson. lone Mad&on, Lenore Wlth�� ���y:::�'=:r�=�::h:� ��: �::r :: a�d�:: a;: � : Start December Work _ __ M _ _ �_ __ Davia.. Virginia R.. L. lut m�un, of the e. a Editor and Business Manager of the DraP.M to be made by the club mem- At the �:..brlde·s 80"'0 W&II of crepcomMonson �up I.s presenting , Robert Church. Lutheran Trinity the In held , � of white crJ5&Ilthemums (lYren and orange. .. yellow of b6 will bers k 'j' a . oo ye Collt wlU the rb Saga. e i»letlng the ensemble. Her only attend· cretonne. To !XImplete ttll'! rI'!- committees weN! named to carry out "Just �othtr. Da'y,, with !.he follow1ng In the next IM-ue. of the figured ra t asonal aC,tlv�t�e� Norma Pre�. Ger- �� ::::.a =:�:��� J!::; Mast. �= �r: I:�:��f S:a:=::; setrude �:;'��'(asJ;��'. �:=�YO�:I� faculty committee on the stu- colorsaand a few well-selec nn,elat:ad. and Belen Holteamp Johnson. and Wadene CaJavan. tesJ Mr. and Mrs. Black left Thursday pictures. I . . ' In morning for Los Angeles. but they will W ���. ca.;!;: k. � ;� ��t5 �::' in a:�:n�� CC:::":e ��� . . return for the Thanksa:lv1ng holidays. C'O. J. Stuen. Mr. Keith D reamer custom or sending holly to the DeaconI.U3sroom Their first home wlll be utabllshedl<; in Theodore . . ty Will. . has mel to Ban FmneL5co. where Mr. Black In candidate! forNelsson. k ' , � Home In Chicago. Margaret Larson" SIurnber pat;" � ur ey 0118 HUiO. and Marga.ret Melver will R escued by .'''' ' these poslUons. and the ' bu.'I l neM-. , :"" . I I supervise thl<; work. tina..! selection wlU be made at the (acHODOr De Ita ,RhO S . �� ulty meeting to be held Monday ev,- gl:w���n!:e;;:��: :;e � ��:S�� � m��ng The of n('xt the club I.s to d I'lng. Decem� colorless but a moment be�cirej wi!.h �n:ee��t �u=t Q:'::��, � th��� ��.�:u:!�:= : _ 'Frosh "Barn Frolic" thumbs In vest and �ou a our Mrs. D, �rson wU'l � a Joint &Ost.eu liven saturday evenlnl; � 14, in . s H-ul S h I S · et;Uor hero shlft3 &lowly, ponderou.sly, to a with Mrs. nnrelstad. The yearbooks Uie Ifrls'. dorm. Helen Uolteamp ball 6 Je 1 C 00 December . To Be -. . To Buy Class Sweaters �::a,:t::=r;:=.��u:, �:; show the followtns ProtrraM plannedM..': �e��='inted general. � forDecember 8 the Prahman cla.a3 "¢lI . -- . . Spencer, plano solo: Prof. . .aroma pervades at-' N.Eusenla A dellahttul 6ponsor a Bam Prollc" In the gyM- Members of the high schoof � rl'! thI'!the � � and Each Pep Club member lI invitinJ one co J s AnitaP"nlnc�. vtalk: befo mosphere mind n urinc" 'nas1um. Th1s I.s the first IOClal eveat ela3s are PJannina" to buy navy blue and duet Gamma pi, and. wrlttI'!n In_ Rho 'Delta 'Mae Loll ; ocaJ Ball. g, bevts.1on a de�htful sweepIn I" : the elaas hu undertaken this ytBr. and silver unlfonn .cla.s5 sweaten. The eyt vt�Uona "l'"iq.'" laued Wednemy, De. feire It 8.s clouds befon! a breeze all Morton. nute solo. The group wID joI& .Cf:mbI'!r ·Alma Stolee I.s � of , 'Pre.sJ . }!A!nnetb Anenaon an. design. or the emble.m Is to be cbosen consc1ousness o thl'!Orems. phylum." In stnamg Chrl8Cmu �1lI. 4. · dent r II the. lnvttaUon committee, wttb �e . nOUDCel the follOwing committees to . formulaa, and n,ures. Llen, Lola Mae_ Morton, and Roberta pl&n tbe party: deco�Uons, Marie Ltl'!n. Prof. Ii. W. �, adence lnstruc- "Cranberries. and pudding, templinlo . I t,ester BoJte, .Joerph Runn...lng VIr- tor. _,,·u .named �h sebool department tldblU,'mince and pumptin .p s Torrlson MIiIt1na ." te, tu«- Senior Class Members , · at adviser � �t mreUn&'. reshments. f rl'! CUlton: Nevella dwa TtU, . 4!bt-.ta1nment oommJt1oee InIna: 'and mo. r e stuffing, and this but . � Rosa, Norma Preua, 0yedIa Bauq, It bas been decided to eoa� halo to oUset the JOlden brown v1a1on Plan Tbeat�e Party cluder �ce. C!Umb, cha.lrman, -- . �t. MeIver; pqram; Walter what money 11 made d� the Year oC'-but W&1t.--over eagtr, UD&b1e to deKaUlryn Andersob, and. 0ved1a Raup. Bchnackenberl, Lots Mae Morton, Dor- to the Collere library for new boc*I. OJ h1a craving p�te any lonaer, he' At a mrettna: held yesterday, the othr KnUfen, Vl'!mer BItter; enter- . nl � hold a theaue r Class drclded Bt p hls hand up in the alr.lD&her stretches Club tatrunent..., Pred Bea.ny, Beatrloe Bld. roes 1lls band, and '�er mounts· the pa5 the date· of wh.lcb·Ja to be Rho's To Have Selling Dr . dera, Ruby Moore, Warren Ho�natad; Delta . ied . by • committee COIl5� of '. 'ama vtalon. fut d1550lvtng in 'mJaty clouds rall '. cle�-up, Ed llacbl�, OtIs qraDde, �act: . Enid Hutson, �ha1rman, VOl]r �orby, . New Gol d. Club Pin ot.d1sUIU5I,�ent. . Tickets to Pa88ion Play · · . ....,. Odl'!y, Prank UDIef'. ' . Too late YOIlDl bopeful pu.lls bls hand John DrelbeIbI&. mc;! Roy t.undqu18t, . "New Delta Rho Gamma pln.s will be the. air. The watchful teacher who wtll also make all othl!! arrange- . Repreae:d� tie Drama Club, Wldt ' ready. for clUb memben w� �ft ord- from has mlstaken It foe a ld&nal 01"1 know." menu. . lone M&daen � extended Be red Larson, VUJtn1a Daris, E'¥tb'n J:ck-ered them Some t1me Dl!xt, week." stated "So what would )'Ou say. wold be the Invitation to the c.la8B to hold • roe-'lun� Louise Hendrk:teon, Helen. LUJa, ANXOUNCZIIEN1s 1i!' �ub otpUOn at her bo:me·after the �. .ltat.bryn R1Qa. and lODe KadIm. an wW meet II.oDdaJ noon. El�or Raud�� president. . obJecl. of 'eaun,.?" LSk&'�. ' aellln&" student t1cketa tor the PuIaoa 2 at 1.2:40. emblem. alt..llouah Ih1eld-tJu,ped A suddeD flaah. not ol'tnaptraUon. bQt Last Priday the claa va.ed to . ·Club �. bwdnea u'IbI! focmerl7. wW ·.be third � 0$ �UectIon. brlgh_ the YoUI1&' c&pII .nd IOWD& "\II'he:n haVtna- the Sap Play to be IPYen November .,. &IId' De-In.me an4 wlU be � Ina&Md Of .tlftr, rh.tn'a brow aa· he �� repUea. pictures taken. 1be lndi'1dual pboto- cember 3," 5, 8, bJ tbe-BIQ' �tortam.: tina' n-ta,., Decembe r 10. Club WU1 meet. '-� the with a small nu,mm.:. attacbed to .• ''!W'ke1"I_ rr.pha are to. be 3s5 1Dcbes, ·and. � TbJs is .' benetU pro� the ' � Uxme In Ita pn:wram, roId chain. 'I'bI! p1DS wD1 bef.r the let-. "RlCht.OP .bricht itudmtl" � dJa- -:m have a Ucht bacqrounc1. l'olaers, ceeds to be UM4 tor belptnc neectf , -� :1" at �.c:�' � ten D. R. 0: in black i!:IWbeL mJa:8ed. WI after nwwctY1n8"." tnstea.d ot eue.ts..wtlI be uaed.. . -11

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We every\hh1a la mockrrl-our elothN, our customs, "nct even our thOUl\"lta. We �ave're"chtd ' the a�f attainment In ' apprecIAtion and undenta,ridm., A � erioa' IS In ' the whirl of somethtng �; �)'lIs )' h hl ew, k c I t (6)�� tr�h:d ���a�! :��� t�o:, IdeJIlIstic plrne of the old bards. Every: thinS lIte n'l rY I:e now putt ing on · a "strip.Il Ct" to 'prove Its. Pf'OlTeS!! . As t.o ,oeabu";.y, thc ,Writers not only have . . uhausted . the dictionary , but ha"� t"p� . 'for fresher obscenities. the trttlsu�.. of the btlck-fenc;e ijl.csiurus. No woM 80 }ow' ,but sdme one, today, finds It. essentlul to h15 lIierary Ufe, We retui the best-sellers.. wc go to the movie!, we glance at the tabloids: &nd we wonder. whether our f�Ung �f revolt ilJ sissified : we 10 through college and �"t wondering , whether we should deny the . exlstence of God In order to be educa ted : we .enter an art gallery and 'see .1.;"011 portraying thc !lplnt of spring. and leave, marvellng at our ignorance lor not �ing able to see . 'l- lhau --a.n.:. obe5e- �l'8On- �tan<ti.n:awkwariuy on a aun alai; we find ten dollllrll. tum It over to the chief of po_ it?,' and receive a look of contempt froOl ( his gentii!mfUl' for being' So toolIshly honest. HRve things progres.sed, cr merely chA nged t II rOIl �lIeve pro or CO!\,. don't say "Amen ; " lIay "Whoople"-Ifs more modern, .

n 5 t atc �. , ! :our 1::J:ft !C�n�:s�� . t:�r:u��:� when you return t.o sehool . . Don't gna", � chicken thal's too o� . . . and do�'� aeeept too many Than�vlng ' '"gooses" . . " "A..fl.er. the' fttlst I often wonder how 'man� JJ«Iple .speculate on how It would be to have hfll! as much In their httlda as they hll"e III their stomachs . . , Eat your turkeys " . . . . W�'II have �e Jump on you-...e'�e EDITORtALJSTAFF going to �at rllbblt (set It?), He:"'n H':)It.camp EDITOR·IN-CHIEF ' Jlar.el Hqerup Assc:x.:IATE EDITOR POISONOt ...'S A.D Ll�S Jean-M'arle Fowler FEATURE- EDITOR h t hn h t r "cu Bob Martin SPORTS ,EDITOR ' ...·,� , ."Th ,' th . h.',AbA .. ,. n.h,'u,".'o'. · n 'th. ' '�'n . �," . .. y" • . '. Marh' Lien. Irene Odcll TYPISTS ...... .,.... not been .))OI5t-falllng eplsode has ,Last Je&r·s �o�tten. Manous-. , Ja&nna DIulle13. REPORTERS-Thelma and lOme of the mo� lealous 'Ones are still following the 05. Nonna Preus. EIYa Berginan. Gary Pfl1ieger, see�t ', ' By the· .'ay. the)sa,,' ,,'as:not wielded by a Marg-aret Larson. lone Madsen. Rlull Frye, Ro­ '' stranl�r's handa . . , . �fta Torr1.5on. Lenart' \\'Ithtnw, When she loses a . round or golf. Beatrice (Dolstad's BUSINESS HAF;F beaut) pay. her partner via the lipstick route, not know� Frith�f Tayet BUSI!fESS ?)IANAGER a th' "� ·""' hb ts· on · ' n" p., . """ vn NN ! ." ' ' lt ASST, BUSINESs MGR. -ElI�n �rptrom , AL � n rest.tn ,o kno� m ' h'� ARN E ....... ...., '{II; th . ADVERTISING MANAGER - Harry Grlbbohm _ , ,, , . . 5 g rowln& a CI�ULATtON MANAGER - Margaret crari .amokcs the strongest pipe In sc.hoo1.� _�14SJeb..e.... to filt4!1"-th!- smoll:e . .- ' -C ."SST. ADVERTISING MANAGER � - "ore gulp � We dO!l't 'belle\'e It, but the story stands that EMMET Emmet Thompson ' eil:�Mivc."ly oils the dotln st.ars l for the pu� of ...It- · ClRCULATION ASSISTANTS • unore Wlthro,,· ness Kathrrn Anderson in, some Or the otnee holders 106e their dignity on " the gooey stuff . . . When. It gets to the point where �he AD SOLICITORS - HRrI"r Mt'Cormic�. Edna Kel­ dorm girls have to U5e the bathr� sey. Jllsper Johnson, Elltabeth FrIIs. Emmet lIght by whiCh. Thompson to study, It la time to appoint a com . t� . _ . �rry to �ULTY ADVISERS - N': J. Hong.. O. J. SluelL ha\'e to we BOB l\1ARTlN'S name aga , ul. h15 policy 01 ne\'er eating lunch befor.e his one o'clock 'Ed Measure. Is too Juicy to let slip . , , The dorm bo>'5 are right when THANKSGIVING they SRy thai fire escapes are' handy things to have In UA y tOMORROW CAse of fire . , . This' year the quola of boy-and-girl duets :o Frolll ils im'eplioll as H 1IIt,I"t'I�' lontl f('slival 1.'1 011 the WAne , . but It's awfuUy hard to teel romantic Os · ill I fi:ll. up III Iht' prl'SI'llt day, IlIl' TIHlI1k s�iv­ III thiS pell-SOUP and fog. E\'eryolle should have a sloganilll-l f('st il'''] has lIl't'li It IIt'Ulnilig lighllll JlISI' of Chr\.�t·s slogan: "I serve." hupe.' ·Il t'llIIstunl re,' l1lin.cll' r to tlu" lilTS AND i\I1SSES-XaVier the lIulillll 111111 our fllt,,1 is ri,.,..h ll)· l"Hlkel , Thimks to 811 t'AslE' contributor. dll,l you krfw""'tb6'e "hlt'sst" I." ThRt the Lord will come again Is as w e f t . Hlesst't! was Iht, fotlll ,,1" Ol"\uht'l". Hi:l l . I I II\\' eO::l :�� ct'rtain as the sun whIch r054! this , :Il��r�;I�� �ltS:�a /'� '�I�;-::�� �ro�� : �I't'!lt mllst 111.1\"1' IIt't'll thl' timnkfulllt,ss uf 11ft' " �Evelyn and morning, Il �·ou never set! your name_ thl'reln. eh. " � Pill-lrillls :wlU'n' 'illg h� tht' bounliful "anl'sl The calendar of the lime 'for grace Mil i'l'd . . !just to keep pf!act' In the familyJ . . . DId "t'IIIK'd, (,tI\'prnll Bnhllonl unit-red a thn't'­ . yo ( resh an glris SAy Edna Kelsey was good and rough Is known only to God. clay's fC:Isl tlml 'cichraliun ! wi! necd the diSCipline of uncertalnIII \:aptalll�ball. or Just rough? . . . They weren't te�'rs As u lIuliullal 1.1Oliday, 'llulllksgi\"il1g dutl's I tIJ from waiting until ome of thc girls dropped during report-card-week- . ty: t prevcn Ull lh'at\ 18ti:I, wil('li Pr('sidcl.11 Johnsun tl l) IWinlpd a more convenient time. they \ ere I quitf"cuss words . . . We do,:,'! �lieve thal a the IlIsl ThursdllY. in ;\m'elllill'r. Frum ttlt'll Olle dAY He will cqme In all reallty\ l'W or · swimming co-edl all suits old f lhelr the presen;e ulilil now it hilS h('ell ohser\'l'd h\' He ""Ill come to Judge mnnklnet. When nil. by pasting them in their scrapbooks . . IL would require I r (' 'I we think of that grea� dAY, we experl� o r o to le \' tlll ( OI g �i II n� \I�: )���� ence awe and fear. Joy IUld exultation. :�� �:; �� ����f � :�d t B . In Ihl' lIlust l I igh," It is w<' l l I n ' l'I'lII('I1IIJl'l" "Watch. lor you know ' neither the choo� Ihat school u.s our Alma MaU!r? . , . Toe .nail detlmt. \\'hilt, lilt'· faet's IlfUlllld thl' t1illllt'r lalilt· dny nor the hOU� when the Bon of Man scription: SYLVIA MIT.LER (A low chuckJe In the dark) qn Thanksgi\"ing Day slioliid jtist flHliatt· hll]l­ th ' . . . AD SONO TITLE : Bird Seed I�' The Socks"To Keep CO�: � pitwss alld jlly, II l'{'rtnill air of s('I'i "uSIH'SS e � u and I I�Vlng a watchlui llte? Pigeon Toes A>;liIlY Prom My Corns. shuuld pre,"ui!. tiS wI'Ii. :\"u OIll' slJullld Wt'('\>: Are we willing that the Lord should Incldt'ntly. lhe !\.dvertlslng· drive of the M. M. hu Ill) (Jilt' 'should mourn; 1111 one should ItlllIellt ; come at ahy time? turned ollt lo lOUT . . . Imagine the thoUghtS till shuultl n'j"it'(', C91ll Ptlruliwh' fpw t.'UIlSifl­ -Pflueger of those people whom the Bophl}more "party-ers" called \ I'� as It must Iwuple r('�anr, Thullks­ 011 and said: "We're on"a SCIl\'enger hunt. and we came It you cn�gain a rood goal by a rood J.!:I\'lllg as tI llH"r(' tln\' I)f n:'\·elr\". It till" of rth ­ , ou:dowll \.0 see ) h g Iltuking. As II Chrislillil. it is " our dill\" Itl Ir(,111 ' 1 S :� ���/s� :I�h �U:��� � honcst Thllllksl-li\'ing Day in a tli ff(:n'lII light. I I is LUNCII BUCKET LEFT-O\'ERSwith )"our Ood: then'you wJll be fair to �Ip l .ngt'ly ('oilll'idl'ni thul Ihl' wurtls Iht, Too bad ANENSON has to mw the hOi-calling con­ everYIJ! else, too. SU\'WIII' III Iht' Passu\'t.'r ft'asl shuuld so UI )plv . -Xavier Il('rt, : "Tllke.'. l'ul." �Sl In the hoine town thb year . . . The senior glrLoi' team know captain ball backwards-and judging "by the last YI'S; lakl', e.' al. But n'melllOcr, if )"Ull will. The! Lord rules, two games, that's the ";ay they play It . . . BOOK thul little band of Pilgrmts who firsl e.'clehrut('d Let \W not be tempt� to put ourThallksgiving Dny, REVJES: TO '"1.hose Interested In raw stories. we sug­ Helllelllh('r, ulso, Ihl" e d priviit'/..ll' you IUI\'p ill l'UIl1I1ll'IIIt1flllilll-l gest "The Oreat Reserve-Sheif Mystery," or "Fun and' �� � :'��n:cr Ihut ('vcnt. TI1('1\ TIltinksgivillg Frolic In II Library." . . . Even PhilO Vance couldn't 1I01ve ��::S t�� cun he selves to Him · e,levlllt'" 10 spiritflul heights, this one . . . Mr. Ed Amazements. and Gen. Sike Ology are Christians must obeX their ' magls­ Illusive guys . With all the drUUng we are getting In By Jut'k ·Odey choir, It won·t be long before we'll consider nat feet Il trates, save only when the magistrates sin . . What would the public speaking �Iass do without lead to 51n. ... L. C. AGAIN TERMINATES ':""'Tlnge15tad A GREAT FOOTHAL� SEASON those fellows Rnd their experiences from Alaska! . . . By I the way, you' can teU Browser's girl ' Is. a thoroughbred. Annllwr fuolhull seusun htls becn fini-she.,tI; Jesu� Bald, "What prortteth a man It bee&use she laugila like a hOr&e. 1I11t1lher I(>am hmrill'(,11 dishanded, he g' a ln the whole world. It he lose h15 soml' With all the otllces changed around. a fellow can't tell soul?" of i l s pillycrs ncver play Pacific whether 'he I.s going Into t� lion's den or �e, store­ I,uther::m Cullegl' cx(:<'pl in spirit, What good Is education, If character . . Concentration In the library Is proved by the does not stand In back of It? of tlllolher P. .1., C. gdd htls ocell 'Iliay the students snap their heads around when the door wrillcn in In Ihe h()()ks, -Ramstad glance la opened . . . Proof at the progres.s made by many of . I ' . Ihe cannot Always hope for the better thlnts In the donn bo)'ll la sho'llin In ,the fllct that most of them' a m shmen s I).$ "just another season," ,��e tutun-thus your, Ute shall be tol, HEDv.to . , fag a tlng h lIj: In match use paper one . but F c.ing some th(' strongest ' thc DAHLE shouldn·t lel\D too far Ol'er the s1nk. while wuh- ed with light. Nurthwesl, Coach The best is yet to come. Ing dlshe's-ahe mIght Call down the draln , . .Did you name of N t t �'n h i . r � �: 'c�;:=!,p:���! : .�!, ���re�: a =:"' �::;;� of Ihe ;\orli1\\"l'st conrcrence T le, tn A student b"'..feUow who knows. a great deal about a lalllting glory. �h is has ordained that Cbr:lsUans God more and more · very Uttle and, who goes on ma'lrlng Its S t X opponents III about less unUi tinaUy he knows practically everythlna shall stand amoni the hosts. throu&h­ out eternity. a1?out nothing: whereas a professor, on the other hand, . se on, In -Pfluea:er . is a mlUl who knows a very uttle about a lITeat deal and Lutheran has the ratkeeps on Imowlnl less and less about more �tU, flhaJly, illg UlK.:...... Of. h � bcs . ' he knows pracUc8.Ily nothing about everything . . , .Bani! . M�I., Be.uty Shop And they ea1Tled his body �t.ralihtway to the door-) , · . , you U U you can see throuah th� one, you're good , of 9�"c can't, you'� 'bad;. but try \.9, and you'll be good and ba·d.. . lor Cliff Shlmpoo Ind Finger W....e 25c � .some day you go to TIm Tommervtk.'s room and common with lice , 1 1 40 'Broadw1V BR . 1420 ' can't find him, look under some o( the Su nday papei-s; . . n _ , . liln& around . . . Openly. we WlUlt to thank those Eastern ' tor t ers he" It1nd ""Orda . . . We're � we a� being read outalde ot Parkland , . . ;nd �t me tell you. It Is a rot dltterent trom bem. �ad and rtbbed J,haa being read and routed , . . A slap on the back. even Crom a couple feel at )r&hoC).. 15 enouah to, make a demon. out of .., darlizla' ]D ­ ! aI �� �e� �':t iog on

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Solie, Tommervik. NUsen, Lel,Ak ' . Captain' Ban Team ' . THE . ." To, Form Nucleull of -r-- ' Ball season lor Inte�laM C(.Jpt.a1n. P. L. C. Quintet . gtrb w� closed' last Wednesday, NoGO ltIJ . U.. . POS TS u for anottier cham<,tonshlP "Proe�"t; 1)'ln. Unrield by a 0-0 score- 11) thtir. ��y:r!: .�I)�:����:;h�:::;a�t vtmbe.,-20, when '�t soPhom�re squad . , \ -�\��dh�':� s:e��. the Oladlators �m- putuilg 1.. 6, on. � e tootball map:, dtfeaud �ll'Ie-th1rd' year �orma�u-s in W�(lt th� suddtn and, "rather 1:Inet :�:�b��t:a;.:::�: u�d�:�= seuon in Coach 01- Here Is a brlef resume ot tho.se who a fut lamt which resulted In a &core cal can�llaUon of PaCific, Lu.therar r no , l'C8im .:;� �e.n Only one touchdown was have pl�}"ed thel� Clnnl game for the.' of 13-'1, This pme entitled the soptio- football iamt with Alb,ny COUeae out of the fort:. odd candid_: � by that Il),St!tu\.lon, 'Ien I :�t:. C;;�t���� �:kv;:n;Ohn�_ mo re normal girl&. who throUghout tht Portland lators Whne :�t�:::!::�aO:�' Bl!1Ck1and �ellow. t g a C h 1th am. to tht to lost a ho w of sixty eight points. This is a defen- w= � " ¥r :;e �:':: ::� season . had dO"\'I"ltd e\'ery contending �:: ����� :n :t�:� �: �:I;_:��. �� ' � o� �;:ing to �e InUr�laM championship. most succeSsful season .In the hbtori' � su� ��t���C� I �!�a�:�o:u:;, . �:�r:x:!,eunNe:�:;:��LbY . a,ny coll* feet wit= h thrill ��· runa: He reoE:ntly team, . . , !.Mo�\ . 6'T' The �a.son w� official ly cl� �on- �f t�f' Colltge. " wIth game "'on Bellingham the · 'er. consldertnl that. the Clad_ All indications point to the fact tha� comingyet.sel\.'!On. In '34 he' �lal.ned the. day. fO llO"'ina' t:h: Pay Olrb' vtctory the Luthtran !!:ltntor II.., not. iators were outl!.'ela-hed In e\'ery game yard dash. . f11&htened out school Portland d e the Inspi tion p an d 8-4. the. to ra of team, tune Donn ro the o\·tr be. \' any nt",'c:omers·whO promise to makes tht defensh'e record e\'en more all ft.!-l rd of the LUthtra!l uam. To SlOtted m,ade. the all-star team In hy the tr:eeo stpply the' scoring ptllIch that will bt Olrls ,,'ho Impres.sh'e. The P; L. C. team featured to thf!Oplayen, . co capt.a1n of this at ' say e ls tatem nt. \ I th mly � � � tl The Indications ar.e P� !i 't by new announced are sport · 'ConDe!," anBaor-:k1' wide open style of play "1fh man), after rf'eelvlng a teJtgnm "almll can- tla\ thisneeded. year's Oladlator ,live. wm- tM! rnck plays and numerous forw-ard and this year's tum, and pla� a. tine game ager lone Madsen ' and Coach Adah lUng the .game despite a signed�n- i.dosc cheeklng at the rlgl'lt qaIt position . He outJIt when' teamwork Dapper as follows: guards, Fredrlcka « lateral passE's, �itr, Bchlanbusch. �dqa Kebey).ioanna !>fa- tract Im'olvlng a guarantee, giving fl· wll '� of paramount Importance, With a hard Charllni line .whIeb at splendid blocker. 'an nt!.,WOB, Wad�e Calavan, -Esther Nor.. nanclal dlstreM as the cause,. the ad- Of the retu rning lettermen. Ohet times played In�'plre;dly on the defense and·a.good broken-field runner, C. otftre'd to pay SlUt'. Arnold Tommervllc: . Charlie Bob ;\lartln-He has played a bang.up ga:ud: and !orv..ards, Helen Stark', ministration of !H d a pony backfltld 'whlch was to tht uanfs. LHlsk. Harold Nilson to ·bt In line eep.l Uonally tricky and elusl \'e. P. L. C. gam� at,left guard for 'two yean. His Thelma NeM, Irene Odell, Helen Scott, aU eq>enses' incldenta,l a a n g e w 1s n a l l, : ::������:I���:_�t��� =ill��y���a�H�� ��� U:::�;o: :�,��� :�rt=��, ����Il �::�: ,n: ��� ,,111 graduatt- �: ::�r a,;�m;e�� . Fiussell Frye or Stan Ford may break Hal Vota"" Bucky O'Conner. Ed·S\'lnlh. at the bottom ot. Ute pUt'. Whtn Bob Is' ny. Enid Hutson, ana Judy Benson, who !iclnls. Bob Martin, and Dutch Moe.lea\·t an graduated this >'ear he leaves " place also played remarkable season of Taken by 8un;:irLse by this unexpected lito �he select five .. A nock ot ne"l­ move. the A,lbany Officials went Into a c.mers 90'\11 also be out to gain thelr ' . games, Impressl\'e season-a record for future hnrd to fill I pick , s al t a t te r C e o re ntn"_ '" e ' ..� o �l�tI;l�y �:�If�: L��:r:n �o\;:� ��r:�y :����d���� :t;e:� Y to � :t�e��� �ucce5Sful season ll:�� :::���n:��t�::�� :�� ;��� sh� te��l :;: ;�= oC:��tr;: ::slf\the up shown have men following The conditions, course, of nny This, under ' shol\' a. ss e . o N lowlng Ed up Th scores: e Calavan lm captalp, toughtst. Helen , the ed to be (l made for ball"game ....1'11 In pracUees thus far: Archbold, L. C. .Army. 0 his lack of weight with· determlnaUon Scott. Irene Odtll. Louise Rendrlcltsori, ended matw-rs as farInasthetheIntere5t.s of Knut1.Cn, Leask, Ford. Simon 'Anderp, 14 Monmouth 0 an.d fllj:ht. This Is Ed's third rear at the Elsie Barrett. Helen Holt.camp; HUe] was concerned, butt�ls breach of con- s)n. SOlie, Larson, Strand, Nilsen, TomcoUeglate football 0 Hagerup, Judy Benson, and Edna To- tract Ellensburg 'I rlgM tackle post. should be reported to aU colleges rnerv!k. V,otaw. Jtnsen. Prye, and Hu.C. 41 U, B. C. 0 Dlltch :\1_The smalltst man on !.he blason. ' . In the Northwut, An InsUtutlon whleh vik. L. C, 6 llingham 0 team "'as especially noted for hl.s ac- The season of games shows the fol- does not respect its contracts should Be ... separate schedule I.s being planned P. L. C, 0 . Linfield 0 curate passing nrm and hl.s cool gtntr- 10,,1ng rezsuit.s; tht high scb901 hoopsters. Men who barred be of privilege the tro,,? a1shfp. At quarterback Dutch had the No\'. 13-60phomore!S \'s. frash ......21-18 pltiUon ""Ith other college!:. �om. for e:(�t t<1 action In these pmes , abilit), to call the rlght "play .at the Nov. 13 .Senlo·r s \'s. L. A..Hlgh are Haldane. Schlanbusch, Oanes, E. tb e putting foo on are all 'Clads h T . 1 right time. and he was truly the bra� 4 6 School . Haugen. Lehmann . Sva.re, Hudson. the shelf for another year with the ot the team. seniors 2'1-20 N,". . 18 Fto&h comforting thOUght that thirteen let- PflU!!frer, Xavier, Wall, Knutztn. , ... . , . , ..... �v 18-Sophomores vs A iii . " ., , termen \\'�II be back n. e xt. year. Coach 13- 10 Wt: Supply tne (olltle High School Olson's chid worry will bt to tlnC!- a \s, sentors 13-'1 scoring GA. 0151)5 :' Pef"$Onal Serv.ce All Day All N'lnl �HNo\" SOphomores punch to replace "Hal" Volaw and "BlIcky" O'Conner. . Fresh F rU I ts Vegetables ; 1 N O SALES TAX 1 �. 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Nonh!leld, Miimesota �oss maintained a . conslste.nt moU, �c: c ��ran 0cuese, Prof J P pau er Christ yc:- Ith the conditions p,rod.ucUve of bwtone recitathes and airs.. o�erce in A!OOria She is freshments. MiSS Jenny Bardon 'ti Mr � Bank of 'c structor and Or � A. nnge::�� Ra��nd or Tacoma who Is manager also attending the Astoria BtL'lness length belt and locks Jength hou]der . ' lege PresJdent.. "lUi represe.l�. acltJ� azor breakers. .But no longer need of the Parkland ·Llght and Water Com· College. , · o·lze OUI isers-Advert Lutheran College at th� ::tSa� U in 'rond moth�rs fear_ Il!e magnetic in- , pany. and Mr. Paul . of 8ou� T3- .Worct,has �n receive·c:ithat Mrs. O. p"tro to town � this whIch will continue also o - luence of Peter the Hermit, Ro.lph Pre- coma. wtu be the �nor soloists. PItre SCOre of Everett passed a'tfay last. wee.Jr.. Before IOInI' i s g . urday. . llowi e f nn Th fo n ��llItY , that E. M. Hegge o� She was. the mothe� of Stanley 600re ·column. us."nor 'f�ar for ihe .safety. of their Is atral The conference an out&rowlh chlldri:' friends and advertisers In the Moor�eran Church, In Tacoma who flnLshed P. 1":.0. C. In UI33 and UIwas .tng n. Asaln. he went and ·.got a Cen singLuone ' the Lutheran Seminar held last sUn-Df haircut: Mast: ot the dra��tlc tenor graduR.ted from Lueer qoll� tn- � so, broken is his .well. . :�� mer at the University' of' Minnesota,. 's De.i.ry Burton Kreidler. !S. vJs.1ted at �hool Anderson the mo�ths he �as_ ltved Othe ' s. which made a study and did retleanb Through All5trum Printing Company Ul appear as soloists last week. .He .1s now_ employed by. thi!:.'! Bone "lll' � r �uggl}' bugged In among mountain work In connection ";ltI� a cWTIcuJ\fll heights. Diy Shoe MIg. Go. de In Raymond A. ¥. American Can Compa ny in Seattle HI B M lu . Mrs.. ; . b�nd c truly he t It h is To · · Jm tor Lutheran colleges. -Or. O. 3:. of n;en and be_aros. Here h,e com- �man of Brookdale, Mrs. Hltch, �. brother. Myron, a graduate· of '26. 1s Borlnadele Beauty Shop Pannkoke, direcoor or 'Publlcat.1on aid Garage'· . and -Mrs. P�I1IP E. working in Rhodes' Department Ston Boynton's Barber" In pez:rect .�Ison with his pipe. ���O;d Olson Research 'Commlsslon on Luthertn mune Brookdale of Tacoma. share RoIP!t's . g: . . FIve othe.r .hennlt.s Higher Education, -from Qultmai. !'anctuary. ' Course oolf ' rookdale Dean and . PhfHti E. H�oge and B E"ery sin�le one has but a. , �orgla. supervised this activity. �I single purpose Qrocery Co. �hlloren .spendIng the Thanksglv- Brookdalele Lumber for endurtng such hard- Ramstad ·WII. Speak The'general 'theme Is to be "TheU.le_ shIPS as e Preus Co, Brookda uesta g In t.bt... beard. They are At Next lU ission Society Ing hoUdays Portland as .M. ��of-a-Ghrl6Uan-Ed� . Br'own & Haley. �for-g- old.� they are �.JW . ·Ramstad....c ollege Science ot Mr. and Mrs.. Laurence Hauge. The opening meeting FrIday morning. Dr.. 5f'aTt"htng [act Bug . H�uge Laurence , . and Mr Both �SQ.: " ctre; � o t H'. A. Preus will speak on _"The OuUofk actually dlgg!ng for It .. Twq t,unneli Instruc r s theg M � . . were-8radU:Bte<L!!Q�.!-' C. In 19:18. Conrad's coffee' Shoppe have onstrtJtte.d-one II, little' clet}' at Its next meetin held Mrs. Hauge 'was th� torm�e:E8': - OrBllJ· fumtture Co. . tor the ,Ghrist{an College." Or. O. I. they hl�her up the� mounta�n tllan.the other. Woonesda.y.. December ,4. toThe tople 'Danlel's Service Pnrink6ke �'1Il address' the group all E�en ' peseth. m don to t th(' blasts powder � $\1I1 . "' Misslon" b The e Madag&scar " Thto Answer: Christian General ' Ed1.- affect the s�arch or the bt;ard. . oender and ' Tone . -Romola RuSt will sing a. .solO, ' arW. . caLion." . p9.hl G�ery .Co. runs Jenny. Bardon has been nslo:cd to play Frida}' afternoon a number ot colle,'e The home ]lfe or the six herml. tscabins �Dollar Studio log three or two In course plano. the tis LAUNDRY AND ('ducators will discuss the topic "Inl:tar!iet Orh'e-In-M by Thanksgiving baskets ha\'�been pre- .c LEANINC SERVICE ' Eastman Kodak gr:lllon: The Heart of Christian Get:- down the valley. One Is oCcUpied Store ' t Sup' Flotre. ngerous n by pared ocl� Her· and Mission er the � Da S lhB-. In .'ra] Education." addition to Fisher's . Dr. L, W, . president Q( St. Olli' mit r;Jo. 1. Here he superintends the the superVision or Mildred Larson. Gallen Kamp' s College - Northfield. Minnesota, wfil dally consumption pf grub as "":ell as chalnnan. . Dorothy �derson. AI!vtnn Happy- &- Ed's MUSI� Shop AL ARNE welgh]ng nil the golden eggs and en- Arne. sJ>('ak on the pro!i'ram for midwestern �oylng School Representative l-Janson's Jewelry munlf!c]ent dream.<; at night. In LUlhl'ran higher schools. At the din. a e t t a k ::��!�bS �:: ��e �;u!!;]��)�� :� ���� �bate �:�T�Il�E:!O:egln until TACOMA'-S LAUNDRY �f��� �. ;:I��r:�o��:t �u::I� ���k� Jet1und ,& Palegrutl nnce. Herl' sl.eep (snorlngly. of course) the second semester, according to Prot. at �e Unh-erslty _of Minnesota. . Co. n Johnson-Cox Pa torium Cleaners five, and slxJ. P. hermits two: three, rOUf Pflueger, deba' t e conch. Group conferences will be held SatKimball's No 1 TIle last ho� The question to be discussed Is Reurday morning with Or E F Plhlblad Rssls t to Hermitthe Klopfenstein' s " t', by P that be tll.o-thirds to so]�ed a happens Magazine ot 1' ll.dj:! bo O 1 presIdent of Bethany College Linds rg and no one spencl<; more Lien & selvig t mer�her� Congress shail h3\e t.he power to over- Me"'1 ,ud Lldi..' H in;.utti", Kansas preSJding Dr Pannkoke will ��:I�'�:S::� of the-conference at the th:a�;e;;::; men (II ) do live In Je I ride a Supreme Court decision ��h�;::SO . 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PeP . Club, Slumber Par.,t:.' to be held '. FRC,u1l): to Make Appointm�nt . or 'Business Manager at ' . Saturday e\'f'nl� in the girls' dor:ml· As II:'" '!rst fo��1 ar2peafallce ot the Receive Awards l n e Ch� h t. paclnc_Luth�ru. La��r Date ' year. r school tory nltE'f thl' All-School party. Mrs. Tonight Esther DI.\'Is.. n. R. G. IUh'isef. Is the �III t�:·e �uin�t�n��;e�tm�=ce�� M� Margar:et Rorem. 1"'OnftaJ de.: c 18, at To honor members of the foo�ball honort'd gul'st. . partment sophomore. ",!as named editor Pilrklan'd Wednesday., December . . !'Qua� and Coach C. 0.. OISoJZl. th� stu . Commlttf0e8 \\ ho are wprking on the "Or the 193.5.6 Baga. pacific -L u.theran 8 o·clock. ' ' is po \ n e a 1 'College IlnnuaJ. at the re�lar f�u1�y are: gener,1 eh�man. H(If'n Under the direction of ProfeS50r 'J. �:t�a�:�nque: � S��e ��: e d��:g plans �tlng held Monday eyenIng.. 'For Holtcamp; entertainment. Constance O. Ed.....ards.. the choir wlll sln� Jhe hall tonight at '! :30 O'clOCk� ' Geo� Clumb. iflrd" the poIIltlO!I of� buslneM manager. np Kathryn Anderson. OvediA follo....lng . numbers: "'It'$ me, 0 Smitley. mayor of Taco�a. "'1lI give the Haugt>: Im1t3l1ons. Alma Stolee. Roo- by NobTe-..Caln; 0 ':\.,1I1 et FlUa�' by _SeleeLlOn ha.'I-yet-been 'made , -- -main address. Orfl.duated in 1934 with I).lgh scholas· �ta Torrison. RuLh-Fro!o' e n; lInd Va--Volcll: Aiffi I15 I:5e!" by Au. o na -utstlng: · ROREM .. . Brnrum...Myhre . nnd-�rt Monson lerla MO('hnke. tic honors Irom Lincoln high school 'In �uSt Soderman: "Christm'as Lullaby" . have arranged· t� Pt"Qgram--�'hICh In- "We Ilre sorry that we can not h�ye by �ollgang'M:ozart: "0 Sacred Head" Tacomll, Miss .Rorem �as continued to ;' i eludes !'otlectloru;. by the bo)'s quartet: e\'el")' O(lta Rho Oamma member on by F.. M. dhr1:5t1ansen; '�Chll1un COme Stude ts To Hear _ . Co. lege be an honor roll student during' her and a Ylolin duel by Syh1a MiUer and our guest llst. but lack' of beds denies On Home" by Noble Cain; "Beautiful Chol'rlnChapel'folllorrow enrollment nt ' P.L.C. She has been . Evelyn Syverson. ncllvr In numerous extra-curricular us that pleasure:' aSsert.., the general SAviOur" by "f, M. Christiansen; "The . vlter '<;\\'eateMi \\'111 be awarded to Chairman. Spirit Also Helpet.h Me" by J. S. Bach. Chapel hour 'torpOITOW wUl Include acUYltil's, such as De.lta-Rho Oamma, "Psalm Twenty-three" by J. O. Ed. short. COrtcett by the college choir. ctiolr. Mooring Mast. Gennan club. and Sht'ldon Moe. Hal Votaw. Harold OConner OU\l'r Ludlo\\ Harold Nil· ' N' 'O wards: "Lost In the Night" by F. M. ' · IL�' Initial appea.rance of the debate . This )'ear the L.D.R is under school year. her capable guldance. · �n Robert Martin Russell FrJ;e Law- D rama 19ht W I , Chrlstianstn. r.ilss Lois May Morton. freShman nu· Aeeording to Prof. J. O. Edwards. Editorial and business staff work wUl rence Grenier. Nonnan F'r):e. Cheste� SOUe and Ed\\-ard Sylnth. who have Feature Tw0 P·lays tist-. will accompany the choir in the lhe fOllo\\'lng numbeu wlII be rendered: begin In January. after the buslnell8 O n h ee n d m e d t r more foolball letters Annual Christmas. Program to "' cr:�����!�� n. who Is the win. :�I;) ..�': ��� � ·�� .. \y �:!� ��:� :d�,�.:�:��. � �tuen and :�;I�: at ;·.t;. Volckona Cain: "0 FlUIl et F'Ulae" b� ner of the seattle SymphoO:y A.ssoc1a. . Prof. N. J. Hong reque.�t at"udents who Becin at 7:30. . Friday Kenneth Ant'rLwn, Arnold Tommertion award for the best,young rimsiclan LelMlng: which will be sung with nute are Inlere:<ted In seeurlng the position Night" vlk, OtL, Grande. wlllIa?, Capps. Fred of the:state. will �Iso �ppear on the accompaniment by Lois May Morton. of busln.eSli manager. to submit appU· He:m)'. and Harold Anderson \\'11\ be . Friday evening at 7:30 o'c1ock the .prOgTam. Accompanied by his sister. �wardl'd their nrst letter. " Concert . c:atlon� Immediately_ MIsS'Rut,h Johnsoo. he will play Chr1:5t- �' o;corntions In 'yellow nnd blllck. Dramn Club will give Its annun.l mas . carrying cart and se\'eral concert numbers. Messiah ' ' out the '>rootball. motU, have Christmas pl't'�nta.tlon In the college Kl\10 T.o Ff'ah�rc P. L. C. T0 Be S-unday N been p�anned by Enid Huston. chalr- gymnasrum . ' . Ight Broadcast Morulay N j�h � ;-bc.{ ' mRn. Mnrle Johnson. Jean-Mfl.rle Fo - Under the direction of Margaret �ll'Sy ., s To Be aa � lcr. Evelyn Monson. Roberta Torrir.on. Craft. 'Thc Music BoX." by Jack _ )\ ( Honored at Tea F.dwar�s i?ireds. Ch�rus of ! Pacific Lutheran COllege . will be repn I Fifty. I��::��:� Nine resenled In the regular KMO schOOl Stuart Knapp, will be enacted. This HonO{l.ng Mrs.--Jiarold J. Lemas, who ::� H�:de�i�.S:·nd�:::� B�:;I).�n� play i with the story of a recentlY\wa.s married to Prot. Harold . ",enu committee consists of Mat'8oret I Ish concl'med �roo.dCASt .series Monday, December 16 on J. Lemas. College Science Instructor. t ,. . I'rld.elll�ltt.eral mand who. rec Craft, chairman, Eleanor Raudebaugh. � Under the di tion of Prof. J. O. �:'p��:m is to last tIlo'enty-nve day or Jesus birth , a.n through the Delta Rho Oamma wlll gi ve a tea Edwards, Ctf'rtnlde Stenberg. Joanna ManolL<;Oc';. the spirit the Pllrkland Choral Society direction of �f. . Of Chrlstmns. returns to hi1l tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 oclock In WIII present "The Messiah " by G F minutes. Under. the AU"ln Arne. R..1)· Reid. and Lloyd the hoi III itn' n l :���t� t he rccren\.lon room. o 't 7 O'Cl�k: ��o�� ��::;O��.e �\s.�\':rothy O evening ,Hnndel, a Sunday Thompson. !n� �e, � I ���:;d h. r Wr:aths. splcey fir boughs. and TM chorus Includes appro�lmately tiny The following walters and \\·allre!'.o;e.<; ';:��:�!Kg P�::d����' derson and Mr. Joseph Running wUl th 'ha\'" been appolnt�d by Judith Bt>n. ��rs�ht' �:::�e:n=:��es.�I�:n �:;: cnndles will be uscd In carrying out the voices, n�aturlng nine sololsts. The ac_ piny n two.plano compo.,ltlon, "Opu s A !'oQn Alc;a John!'oQn, Helen Lilja. Mnbel Thornton. \\'hlle the part of �ls wire. �e���:�:;I'�:t:;I�:e f ep�� 1 ���,::�y:� �;h�st: :: �:'c;: Pi��� and B" from -the 1'scJ\alkoW8kl N.utm s o u n �:�;a�: el a e e I .ell'n. . 1:< taken by Roberta Tomson. Other cmnmltteos In cha�ge are: pro- I ccln HI�h School In Tacoma. who have kf: �r���te� y:� :�:; �;n-ette will ���� �d�. ;dn: ;�b::: . �I'�t't��;� HVirginia Dn\'L� portrays t�elr duught{!r. gram. Anita Ball. Enid Blake. Hedvlg bM.:'n under the dlrecllon of M�. Mar- '��: . . " Sidders. Mykel- M�r.y. lynn ., Helen Holtcamp. l� J). Irene F'i f' Larson Larson and LI�Yd Dahll'. and Ruth. Johnson: entertain- gnret Rawson Ooheen. director 01 . r.Left_'k., Oak lake the parts of Thorntons bu t. !;SRo�' Lundq u t. , k sh two ser· l'l' Gerlnan ment. Evelyn Club si --t\ Monson. Skating Ali c e Cook, E\'e oln t Lin High c nu School. c Otnt' . Paul Estro harl while the commltlee of destitute h'n Ecklund Ilnd Mildred Monson' reo "The Messlllh" L� dlylded Into three p. .Irty _ Night " Friday _ I_ ���:�n.H:I��ldROLt' . �k�:�d C�!:�: \·ants. . tenant,� 1:< made up of Lenore Withrow, ire�hmen(.$, 'Marlon Pennie. Judy �en. part..�. P':--ogram number.> for the flrsl Ven) Knutzen. and Robert Martin. S'Jn. Laum Ha�ge, and Ruby Moort'. dh' . ls1ol\ are follows: Opening ov�r- Sponsored by !.he Oerman Club, . � Johansen. " J usl All o th�r Dsy( by Isla pu.s�hal . b y Ih� orchestra: tenor solos. held FrtdaY ' ture skating party "ill be ' ' eyeClcllfl-up Is In the handll of Bell Rlchard n. W ll be presented by Rob· Fun on. Fa r,,! Found "Comfort Ye My People" and "Eyery nlng fl.t the King R9l1er Rink in Ta. llO i Johnuson. chairman. Howard Hudson. ert 11 Monson Ilnd his group. The sto Shall Valley Be Exalted" by Bernhardt SkaUng will begin at coma. 9:30. . Paul X:\V"ler. All'ln Lehmann. and Gary cl'nt('rs around a noted. middle-aged' For Fresit,na n Froire Bronson: "Thus ,Salth the Lord" . and Prizes, wUJ be a""arded to the \jellt PfJ\Jl"gt'r� In chsrgt' of tlckI"L�. \\'hlch ianist who. cold and hard to\\'ard� " 'But Who May Abide the Day of His sknlers and to the mOllt progressive bep . are fifty cents cach. are John Stuen. IIfl' Barn frollcklng Is something lind hl'r associates. suddenly, . dlUer- Coming?" by Barnhar�t Bronson; glnnl!rs. Gertrude Br.unner. gen�ral Paul Larson. and Ed Mnchle. t.l"Jrough unexpected evt'nts. finds her ent In the line or P. L_ C. social funC- Chorus sings "And He Shall Purify"; chalrmlU)., .Is arranging for tlie details. . . hue .self, reallzlng that Chr1:5tmas tlons ; and !.hey certainly are a roar, contralto solos. "Behold. A VIrgin . " " Porky would ha\'e It. . In fact. Shall Conceive" and "0 Thou that High School Students mcan!!. more than "just an.:Jther day:' C.om l)ile School Tr�ul ition � Tht'lma Daniels is cast as the pianist, y� reporter thought It Willi a . .pop...· Tellest Good TIdings to Zion" by Bo�r� of Trust?es Meets T . It was definitely e vcry poin O.bc Mrs. A. H. Freeman. supplemented by ToDlsClliiO�Pr()JectRel�or18 Janl' Blair; Wadene Calayan as her td I formation of life-long friend. Agnes McFadden: and a. I!ack-to-the-Barn movcment. ami 8fI Ihe chorus: baritone solos by Paul A. Booklt't�. containing n �hoo l traditions are being planned by Jasper Johnson the old family doc. the local hayseed:; were there. ' Preu!;, "'For. Behold. DarkneM �hllll PncUic Luthemn COllege Board ot Estrom seemed to leel right at Cover the Earth,'· and "The People Trust{!es held Its Initial meeting of ll'Ie the Pacific Lutheran High School - as. tor. Her secretary Is Mm Winton, h.OPaul g curtain ad n facl. he e. played by Helen Lilja: her maid. Nettle. l'l} I b � That Wn.lked In Darkness"; Chorus. 1935-36 SChool year yesterday ",t the soclatlon. When completed, these booklets will by Laura Hauge; and Jack Marshall. pat.cll es on his trousers-someone eyl. "For Unto Us A Child Is Born"; the home ot Dr. O. A, TIngeistad. . contain the storll's of such P. L. C. fa. the young father. Is John Dreibelbis. dently wasn't at home. Who could Tlelp Pastoral Symphony by the orchestra; Reports from Mr, Victor Elvestrom YOI'ltes as the Kicking Post and the EYelyn Ecklund has planned a pro. but enjoy the Sight of our musician four short recitatlyf!S by Mrs. Burt H, on the sale .:Jf debentures. rrom Rev. Fountain of Youth. VIrginia Da�, gram to be gfyen beh,'een the presenta . Joseph Running In gay yellow.. red, and Raymond. sop�o: chorus slflg3 "Glory Thea Hokeru;tad, of Bremerton. on the huge local farm God"; sOlo . "Rejoice Greatly, 0 Paclrre D�rlct COnjrepUonal con· Clifford Haugen. and Geot'8e Knudtson tlon of the two playa. A toyland skit black! Otis Grande. few minutes reo Daughters of Zion" by Mrs. Burt H. trlbutloru;. and from Mr. Paul A. PreWl 1'1"(' supervising the project. will be enacted. Nelson Dedrick "'ill hand. spent not a. I Raymond: contrl\lto recltatlye . andair, on dcvelopment plans with �rUc�lar play cowboy" medleys o� the guitar ; dining on the Ooor looking for what In tJ\e ·"Then Shall the Eyes of the .Blind Be reference to the next bul1�fI&:.l!OJec!,.8 thought wft:!l p�ably a needle Eileen Kent wil l glye a plano solo. and L. D: R . ehrl� · ·· tn� . . 1"eet be later was but lnrormed l? Opened", sung by M�. Clifford O. 01· w�re . given. �. B. Klldahl, super· haystack, give a reading. Anndut Will · drama clu� adviser,. the penny his Mama had given him. son: soprano solo "He Shall Feed His Int{!ndent of the Coeur de Lane Hom'e, WIll Be Next 1 hundav · Jean Mr. Keith Reid. Not \'ery well acquainted with- the F'lock Like a Shepherd" by Mrs. Philip discussed the proposed Rocky MountaiJ1 hearsing groups ted �Io. Farmer Hokenstad seemed to E. Hauge. '" re Mrs. . 0. A. TIngelstad and )!ra: D. �::, �� the District church paper .as related to Larson will be julnt hostesses to the P ) . have got the patch on his trouserl ' Part two oPens with .the chorus ling· Joint Lutheran publicity on the Pa December meeting of the L.O.R. to be seared from some wires; and even Ing ':Behold. the Lamb ot God:' follow_ clnc Co8.'lt with particular reterence held next Thursday at.. Mrs. n.rtgel- Senior Class IUenlbers though he did act like Bltty, the Ban- ed by a contralto air "He. Waa Des- to tho Pacinc Lutheran Herald. Itad's home. . ty. from then on. it wasrfi hair as run:' plsed" by Mrs. Harr; C. HJtch. The The board considered plans for th� The! Pl"Ofl"ram numbers will be per·' Attend "The Crusades" ny as seeing the follo..rtng comfortably chorus will then sing "Surely He Hath _second se�ter and acknowledge(t'the yaded by the Chrutmas spirit . . Eug. . recent gUts made by Mr: and Mrs. seated beneath the sign. "These Are (Continued on Pare 4) I'nla Spen::er will play a ' plano solo, . Senior class members held a theatre Contented Co�": Neyella Ross. Esther ' Paul, A. Preus and Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Fl\o�n.1 CLASS DUES Eggen. . Mary Machle and Anita Ball wUl 8lng party Ilt the' Rialto last Friday even�g. Not'8aard. June J4tckelson, and a ..s�ray .. I!. ,'ocai duet. Lois May Morton ls to After seeing "The crusadeS.,.. wh ich kitten, and also Simon Anderson. Kenneth Anenson. f.rest}man cl.a.ss Authorization wed of further play a Oute solo, Prot.' M. N. Franck. starTed Loretta Young an� Henry WU· And �ryn Riggs just couldn't president. has appointed the following cooperation with other Lutheran schoote French Instructor. wU! give a talk on �xson. the group went to.We'home ot 'whIstle arter eating a cracker -(she stulltnts to collect the semester � In study and development of Ch�an ror refreshments, and 'Ihould try birdseed). But It wu.sn·t due..'!:. . Ell8enla Spencer. girls' dOrIlJ; general education which has been un· Christmas In Hungary. The group Will MIss lone Madsen Join In singing Chi-Istmas carols. entertalnmel\t.. . v�ry "'(ann Iltting In the window 5111 Alice Cook, day girl.<!; and Warren der the auspices of tJ\e CommlM1on: Volly Norby. vlce-pnslaenl o( the, Enid Hutson, 'chairman., Volly Norby, watching .those creshl"nen ha\'lng the Hokeru;tad reprer.entlng all rreshmlU). on Higher Christian 'Education ot... the American Lutheran Conference", dl. District · division. Will eXplain the or· John Dreibelbis. and Roy Lundquist time .of their lives so I adjourned to my boys. . Dues are nr�n cents per �mester. recled by Dr. O. H, Pan�koke. ganlzation of the naUonal L. D. R. comprised the committee In chat'le. plnk 'plald blanket.. __.

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Helen Holtcamp l-:O,1l'OR·IN-CHIEF Hazel Hagerup ASSOCIATE EDITOR Jean-Marie Fowll';r FEATURE EDITOR Bob Martin SPORTS EDITOR MlU"ie LIen. Irene Odell TYPISTS REPORTERS-11Ielm,1 Oi\nlelo;, JOlilllla Manous0.... Nonna Preus. Eh1\ Bergman. Gary pflueger, ' Margan'! Larson. IOlle Mr.dsen; Ru.ssell Frye. Ro1:x'rta Torri."Iln. Lenor"t' Wlthroi.... John 9relbelbls. . R(TSISt:SS ST,U'F _ �_ n Frithjo[ TayeL . SS-M,A;NAG�. E · . �----sUS . �lkri(stt:om-'ASST. B.USJNESS MGR ADVERp:SING ?fANAGER - Harry Grlbbolun Mlirgan�t Craft CIRCULATION MANAGER ASST. ADVERTISING MANl\GER Emmt't Thomll" on CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS - Lt-'Ilore WithrOil,

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�J Brenner Out of th� ,,"'rlter of ImpresslolU IRln- . . . Cit'rinRny '� Prot.est�nt �1l!eSsion 3)'- ffi nt. tJle educationftr �onf�renee at l I O St. Olaf ColleS-e Novem�r 29-:W emerge ��at�:l. ....�:� � 1;7u��IJ:.:ftl�\�I�I:glU� ,lad. Rt BOB i\1O!,>"!SO!'>" !lOll to come .In and sup .....Ith you. 'f;vl- n'HI.UY .....herfflr we are deflnltel)' le F Well. Thanksslvlng ls O\"l'r No....; . ....' can be dlss<ltlsout WC.'Il. do to O\:�:�f:: Ilad �AI-'E' We had much to � [ted .untll ' nf,'l'Ot Thanksgiving . . be ('Il\'!ed by m!i"ny of 'the l\fldw('stern Luthrnm t'dUClltor.! no..... thankful for . . . ThOl>l' sax H�t'rs tn Ll1e .d.orm .should the�' ....JIl . t.ogetht'r to face ..ere aQd zealous Ct;ri�Uans ill Amerlcll. .....ho Rft' also do: they &It. do....n \ bE' thankful·they·re !)UU alh·e . . . � t.hlngs l for ' a cause. other tha looking n . th� mtl- CQIn!non problems. Like us. tOO, they lire going on around school . . . Lust week-end the rrosh . fQf. die to (criRI therefrom. Insplratbn and h�lp gather . : had a- Bam Frol\e....,..lhe sa:me old STALL ...ge� fl.? I . Thef'{' Is Ii hu(' and ('ry RlJ over the TIll' ne;'" emphasis upon the ptoouct If �ext WE'dnes<! l � d 'l k thO b d l!� · �'(" re paring'o:l � ��rty dl- 1:lIld (or (pachers to " !<wellr ' to' uphold III the form of Int.ecn-ted ChrbUan B u k e h bo o I I ' ' ' ' ;:��I�:ng�'''':bo�tU� t�:: :va� �:� O�I:' � :�h �:;t�;,�I �::s�I:�:�: \�'An �� • �: �,�)� t� :g'�h� ��:� n L''"''" 3., m\�tll-I. ·" ,''. """ F'l� � prymI � to �n � ' ' � lor th E' District of Columblll ..but J\ law i lon cSf mt'lIn" and fllCth0d.8 Ilnd extf'rN ,g , , " ,. _' O h. , ,,. 0 " " , h , ,,_ , J ,<". "' :: .JOh,, "" ,) ,� under ",:hlch tt"aehf'rs' there have to nab al)d .elel'rly establl!hes ChrLst)an � hlllclJon a sLll.ti'ment that. they did not tent:h grnerftl education RS a lllaJQr CIISt liS a doctor. . " � bef!' , reeeivillg pay_ 01 our Junior Col!ege ·....�. rk. . " OINTED NOTES �1�et;kS. that. city has beeomtJ .storm Thrre Is. Ilc<:ordlngl}' a Ilew emphMl� . To those who hHbitu'RlIl' fn.'Q.u-;;'n � the glrl�' day rpom Ilter· th struggle.· upon p<"r5PE'cth'e as Il requL�lte for lifter stud),' hours 40r other hour!;l . ""ill know !hlll Dt'Cenders of th(' ollth say. '·Ne\·('r. stnte�mllnshill. upon t-hc merg of lng . color scheme plllnned will be cr('nm color nredlum h:\\'(' Wt' thought that uny public se _ life ( student ' IIctivltlelH .....Ith coilege " l st l n ' b g ' O h(' h ' � ' n"' n his r dang dally d freedom A exercl m {' l' l{'a lng. nd upon the ' 'i �� \'lI t l'f� " ' ' I� ' '.J ; � .: 5O : ,;," � " O_ PI "� " n . loA 0<: n ' '-d. "d '-' . , " h,. Ih�ught. o r .SJ)E'ech. b y Ulklng an ollth " ,.. ,,o n, o' 'Chrlstilln life. I n.....ardh' /Integration chlldrell . . We aAA the .or :llleginn( t' to tht' Constlll.. tlon of th(' with Christi lind out1!.'flrdly <iol-'Ing­ .of that, Bach tlllk. " in ' \·: 3·tlon�tomf"f's-lmck :....::.Il1cLr.o.l,l ha.\·c a good time?" And- Unl_tt'd St3te�. the very bulllJlrk of frre- k ln·dness. frlrndlinei'lS. sincere courteS)·. � lIwr :iLmwer : 4 roiling ,their �'esl "'Ol\. I'm 1I0t sayrn'Krd!-ffimf. for-orie another;. . . [(nd tlwn titter \ea�lnSb-: the' dopes . . . The s.....·eater Th� column SlI}S ,Ihat If ....1' a Neglected fields Among ���frl('nd no ha� to cOIllpt' 1 us W � rt and social studies are co sml!e lit hlmlIe dlsllkr llhn there ordinate ", Ith prmel1 fields such liS . and Lung SII r�: " Mllt Po kul tam ap nl po ke"' I� no me�n!.llg 1/\ 11 forced smile tlle htulllm lUCF; and the 5I:;fence-matheit . . If you're talking to some glr bt'lh'\'e r\"t'r�' wor::! mnllcs group TIle beau�lful �s recOI!in (hI' hnll and you get:l fUllllr feeUng. dOIl't be 'nlaTlllf,'"dfllzed RS an abiding \alue alongside or Strand III your (!Rr . II'S probabiy Arnie >h' "n, 'h' good ferling In rour pockets for n match The personal Impact of pt'rsonnllt) � .\II:' ("ALLt:D lUl�("t:LL,\Nl'-, upon per.sonllllty Is doubly precious In '.vhn� diX's Chrlsllanity nll'an? means kindness' In the setting qf sueh a COllfen'nce. Es_ Same ns l>4'fore. the reRson Ille dlf!ert!ll�. clru;.scs are In the home their ad\'tSl·r.; is ul'cause they M'('le':�'. courtesy : In business, hOIl(,st.y; pechllly Ir'ue Is this In the c�se of po�!ponmg · : JAldglng In work. diligence ; In piIlY. fnlrlless: In proven friends who meet In a new looking for blind anI'S 1\0 usc at parU('s) by 11ll' �Inrt's that. Johnhy D. got w�en I,ll' suggested the till' world. peace. To the ","crlk. It means settlJ�g. To the stu�ents I �rlng s1J('e­ h('ip: to the penitent. forgiveness': to lal greetings from warm-hearted 'Il snipe hUIlt. we' are goLng to have cold N'niOfs Tfu>--way GEORGE "BROCKWAY and the unfortunate. sympathy : W the for- friends : Anna Mikkelsen. Milton Nes­ ",..IHher soon FRITZ TAYET si� WII elr hl'lIds IOgether while study- lunnte. congratulations 'and not envy: v\g. Howard Hen�rlckson. Osten 'EHa­ , j· Oll � might think th",y. were to the government. �dlcnce : to God.. son. P113tor and Ma. Stavlg. all among the M. M. 0. � those whom we eount fOn'ver our ?wn. '119 :'- " Tile closer you get to sollle r{'l·crence. and always' .'nrw. hiltl.'hm!: Up :1 COIlSPit �� J. Xa,'ler Ihe 10rt' plaInI>' >'ou dlstlngulm of th� guys around O. A. TINGELSTAO A hllndful of klO'lp to lIw cliLa on theW1IPi7er Il l . Jesus ShOUld 'be our eXan It': we P !ho� cock-sun>s who \l nve helr7 cars around L1le sun � h f the lawtl._ Inmklne dnnkln'g QrRnge rinds. let dIal teachert AbO\'l' lhose � �:� t :: sPik{'�!\ . Evelyn Syvt'rsoll Is [l O le . blue" :lnd "YU\I " love" I1nd " do\'p" rhymer!). We en. P ��:�e� If coaxing for tile moon beams to Joyed. l_he ,Hnes: BR: Broadway He ..... a Great Teacher because ht' \hut. with pipe rlljoy Its st.ralght Iaced charms" spokt' to the people In a language they =" :::: :: ======:: . organ .. could do thlllg� could _Wlderstand. :'>OOBODY CARES RliT. Set Jesus as your eXlimple a perfec� studel�t HAND: 10 Dorothy Anderson for being lhe acme� J . " He IncreRSt!d III wisdom and stature. ! a.nd a 'if you like �he .....ord I . In fRvor with God and man." to our editor . Toe-Nail Description: RUBY flipny Ramstad • MOORE ta Mlng \'1ISe 1 . . . BEST PUN of the week: Mr. Is foggier t.han Bardon. " The only region I kllOw . -, I How few of us I1re doing 1111 ....e. can IS the region on top of the spinal column .. to get nil we can [rom · our fRlth! Tot'-Nail Descnptlon: NORMA PREUS tA mannikin us there are unlimited Within each . 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� ;eran Educators Study . i; �IESSIAH CON ERT utl Boys Plan Unique -. ;t ,cr League . Hi no.tll6 'Parkland � Christinn Scho �1 Cllrriculn . . tUum (ConUnped From P&C"e I)' , Plans C hristmns SQ iul. . lt Orl('f,"" :. and "And WIth, His _ Entertainment For �0!'rle OlWe Mr. and Mrs. O Mlckt;!5en of Port. . Strlpe�\ are Healrd". and ':"n we " A�UI t�r('� J1und � educaton from land. Ort'gOQ, have announced the en- ' C('lebratlng Ctir�'mM I;i the Cllll � Saturday. Evening Like Sheep Have Oon(' A5�)' ' �8ul. !'Core of LutMran ooll,egei and lIem: gRII'l'meiltl of' their daughter, EUot Ln- 'mary manner. Uie Luther League .�\ C

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wert' pre�nt at the Educatlolllil 1('ln,'to �aJ\ MQrk('l'l., of Beattie. son " 'r-H will enter , .-t�t!t"d. Behold. and �, H There Be' held at SI., Olaf College, of Mr. And .Mrt\. H. 0. Morken of Spo- nl;y Luthen'ln Church ..�n}' Sorrow " : the chonls will sf· n.�.' NConfererlrl' 't9� so ta. NOvember 'J9 an d kanl'. �I AA �I Ckelsen. who I.s le R.Chl�g lain us . ml'mbers . with a .chrlst,mlll! ort ld. Minne . Heads. t e Oh G , Up . Your Lift V a e!! " ies Dr. O. A. T1ngelslad . . thl!! yl@f .at phehalll'l, WM gmduated ·Ptlrty. to be held Sunday ev�)lng. �Gvmnasium . barlIOJl(' solo Wh} Do the Nations So 30.Repsta SI.'nting cembl'r 22 In Lhe Church pe.rlors '-. Pacific Lutheran Col- from P L C In 1929 rt' !\n)thlng [rQUI boxmg old r:t.�tuol1- :��IOU�:e ����U.',b� lI��::ta�� B�; ft>.�l're 3 3 more familiar!} e ChristJohn Hudson chairman !>fof J P Pflueger dr!cka Schilmbuseh Is Fr · g I"d mc1odn'lma "'Ill be re�turl'd at the .marrled of a Il!nerAI committee for arrange­ . Rev All M Kraabe-t \(l1o\\n Jack was recently t} Imtructor all-school froile ghen b} (.he bo}s In U� Brenk Their Bonds Asunder Innl of thl' Board of Trustees to MIM Dorl:'l Crukshenk of Cot't1lllls ments with J;Jetty {!yAre and Gerhardt t'�ldent hlch I� follo",ed b) a tenor solo pr 1.O : Of lr d on rr Mr and M . Hudson art' Pflueger aMI"Ullg The) will name the d and Prof ll r.! � � [ � ;�:lg c:�l:rn�ln� a� �� 0���I; �� Thou Sh !!.1t Brellk TIu'm by R-e\ .... E Pre;ldrnt 0 bA Tlngelst ence Instructor Oil e� l� lt \�:�II�k;1 ����r t!� Cw.ll CO 1Il lttee5 fo,: r('fl't'shmellt.s games 1 M 'H("gge TIle Chonl� Hnllelu Jllh ��� : :�!�:e �d lhe g\ll)naslum u e f g n l� �ecol'RtIon concludf� thl" dhl�loll J"hn DI"f'IIx'lbls II ch!!.lrll1an The progroll delllt with genel'R! edu- at Aberdeen 'is thl.. }"cllr on the starr i d l rf'Quests all \\ho plslll to IIU.('lld the :!� ��l;�t� lhe Vallconv�r'Wll8hlngtoll schOC'i!, N' .' on lhe ba:'lls of a printed I't'port ofWord R::e::� LI��;�� t'!m � I CAUO pllrt} to bring a small Inexpenshn K T has comr of the Dect!mber mar· atrom.ze Our Advertlsersor t1� curric ulum �tudles made bv a � '0\ to be u!;('d for chllrlt} purpos.es t:���I::��gornt::lt!:�c:e:::- rrpreM'ntntl\f' group In the Lutheran rlnge of Gladys Jorgen!On lind.. OlaC Or. PBl'fore read town to gol(lg �: S �(, H � :�:I The entertainment committeE' com· I SInce b\ M l'1 l Clime Dellth �by the semln ll r helcl .,nt the Unhersltv of Mln- dn l Gilldys WM Il'Rduated from P L colullln The 101l09ilng firms this are ]lrl�>d or Ted lIerreld RIL} Hlncler- chorus bllrltone recltaUve and air ne!;(Jllt IMt "umllll'r This study wa� C In 1930 Olaf was s-radUAt.ro In 1935 friend.!! IUld adverUsel'l5 In the MoorIIr and Vern KnUIl:en ha\e announced Bl'hold t Trll VOli a M}stery ' and under the auspices of the Commission She Is teachlng"tftJ. tile Butlington High Inl Mast ' t hat \\restling and boxing matches by The Tnnnpet Shall &lund by Bern. of Hlgh('r Education of {he Amertc:A: n School \\hlle Mr Ordal ls a teacher at Allstrum Printing Company P L C amlll.6ur pugilists ",\II be �:1�_ ha dt B ronson Rnd Chorus numbers Luth�rRll Conf('1'1"nce Dr J C K Sou th Bend Tho wedd.U:ll ",W take Andrrson ll DIllry Bob MonE(l..�I.Ul.&-U\L..m .J:LJUit '-o.::._ . r rt Y"'1rttte-L'1tmb-" IUlll Idl1t!:, �dw:a tlona.J.�oLJ.IlIl. NQt:.. pillce In Silverton ,?"ellon the �� a.-D.-Baker_& Co .-.�_ drama As a special fCAture the com· .. h IL-Lut.h('ran Church of America. Ihe brides parents Bob Ganlile \ nlittce l'l $lxin80rhlg·Q mock-auction for '�:lo��: :r.��.:�:;�.l�:;� Dr . Grorgl' Svnrdrup,. ]:/re�ldent of . B on: Dry Shor �g. Co. sO;:�l:! tIJe purpose of ehoo.�lng partn�r:'l. ll' .. urt H. Raymond. O. E . Au�sbllrg Collel, e and Seminar a' MlnBonnlldc\e Beauty Shop OecoraU!lns .super\'�sed by Ernest I l th Jacob. . BNlchola�. Ina ·Bowman '�leapo1\.�. and D.r. �. H. Pannkoke. dl· . 'LAUN LI':' RY AND' �' Boyn';'on ' N'ctor Johnwll. ?aul Preus. lind HatTy'Orlb- Homr�.. Rlcka . roRoOlSo of pubtlclt.v !!.nd research,of the CI.::'EA·N,I.NC . SERVICE Boynton's Oarllge ' L CUff n La �hm. will carry out the football motU. ���I:�I�g. A���' G. Lc�\'l", and 'M�:: commlAAlo;l outll�('d :,hc progrAm for Brookdale Barher . 1Il !!.ccordllnce with the fact that thiS i'oflldred MonsOn. Romola Rust. Mil_ this cOn\·('ntlon. Brookdale Golf Course party !.� being given BrOClkdall' Orocery Co. ' m dt. result of the dfed Larsen. and Vel'R Wl'gsteen: IIltos : ' "This confel't'nce un\ AL ARNE � \ f et . e L ber Co. 5ckool Representative �:� ��!� �.��. seiling oonte:'lt . wh�ch Mesdnmes V. A. Eh'rstrom. A. W. 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Emmet J ut . $4.95 Gunderson's · h e T conference he l'mphas ed In z t : c l Thompson Robcrt Monsoll;-.AJ....vln C K SROS Jack Ra.n..wn s Barber Shop . of Christian higher eduCAtion . M CORMA KLOPFENSTEIN'S Lc\\ I� Arnold Anderson J oo re.. [elj!rallon 90 1 COMMERCE :;:�:Il� �:�� USIC Shop \\ Lh the life of today and with Christ TIl[' bn....s S('ctlon Includes co M The el� 935-3 7 Broadway , � , " : " ' I nt the personallt) "�", " goal grntcd " " l! I Dalll('ls Ed W Wegner Mlc I Franck 11 the Harl.sook·s IndhlduaJ pen;on . Harold Lcrna.� Paul K Preu�, HRm"""",w . Griddle Jack's IYI " More and More Folks Colr A Freeman Rolph/A, BoIStk -- --------ctJ I tI Are Coming to the Pal ll A Prrl l!; 0 A TiI1ll<rISUl..,d T( 0 Season s Greetings from ����::n�o': �!�� s\ Bernhardt Brons(IIl L('Q Wlld Co. 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Personality Clu� Will Be Organized For P. L. C. Girls

'' " Bergst:-om, Craft to Lead nt First )leeting" on January 16

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BeatrlCf" Oc'oI'I'IOj> It · Miss Dorothy F'1::I)[well. a Siildt'Ts. /l.lld Edlla Tobiason, announce · melllbrr tht' Slewart Intermt'dlate Ill .. followIng ntImbers: vocal solo b)' �('hool Int'utl}". will gIve a lalk on this Aluw Stoke, viOlin solo by NeveUa lIl ple. .Ros.�, plano solo by Norma Preu.'!, read­ ' Ht'lIdrjclt�n I)' In till-: b�' Ellen Bergstrom, girls' trio In r>( rrfrrl'htllCI1t.s. �nd Mrs. Paul ' A. cludmlt AI(I;) Johnson. Mtldrl'd Mon­· Pr.;:u!i. :Hlcl Thl'lma Nc�� will pour. ! SOli, and Irrllr Odell �!IL Sing. and a n",,"oratmg thr rrcrpllon room for ]1H1110 solo b�' fhelma Dnnlel."i. llll): , !'OCi:"l1 IUII('llo I\ will br> ),;U])(,f\·\.�ro I nvitation)';. .... hleh arc 10 be mad(' by l()1w MadS<'n. by -J.,(.noT(' Wlthro..... Mabel Heggem. Thr �1It:j('('1 of ehann \l'HI br dl'\.rO]"�a Hugo, and, Valarla r.iochnke. will InlWd at m('rtlng which II'< Is.'<ul'd Af!er Christmas. " 'hN\ull'd for Fl'brunry Mrs, C" G Th� dl'corn!ion cOlllmlltee conslst."i or W:1lkl'r of Tilcoma WII! It'Ad Ihf' dbEillteuhl Spcllccr. ehllirmall, Iris Evans, EHt'n Berg�!rom, And Kathryn Riggs. 011 March 19 the ' I'<ubj t'ct Will !)(' Retrrshmt'l.t.� wIlL be served by Jenn}' "Clotht's." And it .. hoped to have a Bardon. MnTgllrrt Ml'lver. and ��Ul}' ' �pring rf'\'ue or �t�'lel\ In the collegt' Knlrtf'n. :-�' Gt"rmall Club to Prt'!'O('nl _ Bruiscd \ IU'au Cut, RC Travel k, as be t'd I: ;:;;�� Adell" Wright ees l\1a·ke· Plans . J anllar�' Committ and PI 1Il ",,' I l ell�c S k B �' Into Montana 0 . \ct � :�� �; �'::t����I) In a��:��·n�Lr.�� For·Luther League Social -'-"Karl Hal Zahn Schmertf'n,,,1 a oneHf'len Clark of Lhe LIncoln Hllh �hool Mjs.� Ot"O �nf'R1\, InUruclor or HI�. fll('ult�·, will talk "Posturp lind ton' And World Lltprature at P. L. c.. Eh'cstrom Annou n ces Plans for nt't romedy. will bl' ]lrt'F.I'n�d by the Under, Ihe dlrecLion of FrederUia H4 lt l ' Spring Itinerary OrrmAIl Club somellme In JanUlll'Y, �:�::l:�:�'e������ta�r���:;��� ��I�� �\ � h� Mn:( 21 mect llll' 'Pr)'SOtlAl!ty wa� injured Monda)' mo.rnlng. Ot!ccmand FrIends" \\' 111 be dl.�ewi.'lt'd by MIs" ber 1 6. wht'n hl' \I.'flS �truck by n A('corcling to Mr. Victor EI\'e.�trom, .Accordlng to Mrs. ElIznbeth Bondy, Ity Luther League "..", ente_rtaln I� Ella Mn.clnto�h, Girl R.{'scn'e {\('crl'Ulry automobi!t' n� .�ht' a t lt'mpted to 111'('rt I firld ngt'nl. thp "ChoIr or, the West'! IId\'\.�('r. . Fred Suttt'r And Harry Orlb- members with ChrL�lmw; Party Sunthl' TAcoma y_ W. C, A, thl' .strt'{'\ cnr II! Si.'ro:th Avt'nue and ItmrMlry will rxtt'nd over a Jwrlod ot bohm WIll portray tht' mAle lead. Karl. day e,'enlng, Dect'mber 22, In 'the L:t\\'rel�Cf' 5Ir('('1 111 Tacoma. I.WO wreks. IlIklng the chorus �f fifty I'o'I�h;:�tl:1" :��:n o; I��ln=o;:: E:�: Ch���lin�a"::��, Bob Svare, and Ralph I l\ll:<i.<; Rl'\ll'1I1I S lI Pf.'d on thf' ICY �tn.'l't a.<: tar A$\ nate For SluIJl hl'r Pari\' Hane. Montana. TI1t'lIoC pilins whlll' Mary MachiI' I... to be lhl' cook. Il will decorate with a Chrl5t, thr .pnrh of an approarh- :1\\'AII facult�· approl":11 betore . dt'- lind Ot'rtnldr Brunl'r t.ht' aUIlL Fer- Hutchison mas tree and green!>. In cbarge 01 Not Definitt·lv N a nu"cl and rt'll dlllnnd Bond�' play the part of ,<;en'ing rdreshmcnL� are Eleanor RyIn!; autonlobllr FOIl: And r.lippt'ry linitr !\I'ltleml'llt. DUI' ILl tht' epldClhlc or mump..� pII\'l'ment mHdt' \I InlJ>U"�lblr for the Till' trip \\'m bt'.- t'l.kl'n AS early as l Knrl"l' friend, find Verner Bitler II'< to der, Elizabeth Slucn', Oertrude Tingelp'Arklflnd, thp Pcp Club �lumber pn.rty dFl\'('r to stall immt'd IAtcly. lind I hl' po:<i.�tbll', but thl' l'Xact dHte will de-" bl' hHerr KrauS(' . thl' doc:t(lr. , h �tnd, and Helen Olson. 'The entertalna r g h n n o n w d�:�:}C�� �e ;:� ��n�O�%At ;r:�:, �I;:�I�� ��� �= e�l'�7;�, �!�� l\f� rSangl'rbund. �):: d'����� ��� ���� ��t�:lt'�il�� car skidded, ', trlkin� Ml."� Rt'nenu �l:��I:�.::f'n��e:r�; :��: l�� �t I�I�: i coma a.� guest speaker. Sluen, Rnd Stllnley DRhI. The cle�: dl'finltely. . According to Helen Holt. She a1 Ih(' Tncoma Gt'neral Hos- , rollrgf' .«'ilt'dull' of aC'tivitll'S. i ncl n lve date Is i r · Alp r ' � h r ::r �O����p�Ul �::I�� �::il�: HALL O;:CORAT IONS :.���d :::� I'::;r� : ::d :r��:::' sr , al:����� �.:�. P�;;Sa:o y:;r���t \�:. �:��, ��:��;� J:�:A�, ��� Ullcl("\" the .sulX'n'I�lnn nt the PreslLIIM;On. Formerly plallned for SaturdA}' e\'enmatllrr. II ha.� bN>n decided that the ril EI 'anor RnudebRugh, the I?elta ml;, [)(oC'l'm!>cr 14, 8f�r the all-school L ( ChOlf go ,o;oulht'ast 'fro� TacomA dRho glrl.� decorated the ma!n NO�ICE party. only R short timl' would ha\'t' , to YakimA, on up through Spokane to ' hal! Gnmma :0115510:0;: SOCIETY \I.·lth C'M'pt' pApcr ,�trea.mers of . Ot>lta Rho Oamma's are planning brl'n nllowed tor '{'nterUlinmtn1. The tclullo. CAst to Livingston. Rnd north commiut'e mc.ludlng ConstAnce Clumb. Tht' MJ.s.�lon 5o-::Iety will meet W('d- l<l Ha vre, Montana_ Tht" return trip bright I!Tt'f'1} lind red, The}, .....\.�h RlI gh'e ' R ,;kut!ng party on . January 31. OVMla H�uge, And KAthryn And('rson tlr�dR�' ('\'enlng, Janl\lIr�' 8. The pro- I \\"111 be tllrough Olacler ll.'hO. t'nler lhe frollt hull a Merry Hl'len Scolt, chall11lan, Virginia Davis, National Park j ChrlMmas art' pinnnmg A tuU ('venlng of enter- l l:ram ha� 1I0t yet bel'll pl!U1ne-d_ , towurd SpokAne. . In returning lhe post('r plAc('d flbove and Sylvln MJlJer are making arrange· from titt' bulletinonboard . , menl,..� for It. . tnlnment. S])OkAne, the nortnern routi! through I . Former P. L . C. Etlitor SIJellt/s Vacation ill I·ar/...·Ic!nd :��O;::.�:t�m!: �:�y :�I�e �P I��:n 'IO : College Stut/ellis Show Trend TOlvard Higher . , A/ter Two Years 0/ Study at. ROf..'hester Clinic lined up, coneerts _",iIJ bt> gIven In SpoScholasticism in Ordering Frutn Santa r.law� kane. Missoula, Lh'lngston. and Hlwre. Mis.� Marl' Loube Preus. who was In order Rccepted Into the Wff.k-cnd ehOlr ·concer1.� be gh '_ Christmas l� the time of... the year not like thr 1864 version or worms and raduntt'� trom. p, L. C, In 19J� and Nurse'!; training t.chool. One must be en in OIj'mPIII. Tacoma, and s,attle lI.'�ell co!lege students !>tart writing, hCl\daehe!\. Jl:who edited tht' Mooring Mast during a high school honor rraduate. TuJtlon at variOUS dates durin&.. the second hom!-, .more orten t�an whcn they. need II you're good !Xly, "Dutch". Santa I S I b a ld r w a r l a r b:e :� :'::k; I�'�;ati:� �t �e�':���8In ���; is fifty doUa rs, When one first e�- :e:,�� _e�� �:I; :;i�: �I::P�:O��� �:r�,�: :�::�: t�; f::�;:;le:e�;h�: : g}'�tur �:�/��th p��� �: I land with Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Preus. tl'ts, slx-II.'Ct'k course of cias.<;room Insula, visiting Port Angeles. Paulsbo, you nre very, very Interested in aU boos even, During the last two >'ears she has been stu'!y Is lakt'n after wbl� hours ot And Brem('rton. the home-town happenings, and that And t.o Art Haavlk, please "BrinK . training at the Mayo Clinic h06pltal IIctual hospital work are gradually you Are.certalnly very, very sorry that· back his Bonnie to him." At th re = �� a O n dO l S rislmas l.� Gives C R. �_ L_ �� � � ;:�, a u IS �I�e�:lI the co-eds SII!:rs : t� : ,�o;:� r;:ld��� �� � : :;S �:�� ' n P I 1�::��� �n�:;o:�y at Roch.. �::��g. � eSler, Miss Preus tIas' spent lelght Chemlstry,'Baeteriology, Hospital Eeon_ Gifts to Children.'8 HOUle nnd heroes around school are exclalm- 1I.'0n·t have to bother to dog the belli! Ing what they would ha\'e Santa bring. half Ule nJgl)t. months In Chicago, Including trainIng omlcs. and Child Psychology are In. i.. 0, R. Chrfstmas actlvlt�$ we� One does hear some humorous. stray Bob SVRn! wnnta a '''Cook!,e''. at the tinh'erslt)' 01 Chicago Lying-In cluded Inl'the Hospital and the Children's Memorial "The wurk and study is difficult but (!lIma)[� at the home 01 Mr5, 0, A remarks If his ears wiggle at all. Porky want.s twin brother for "Jun· ' Hospital. niere are about t...-o hun_ certainly \'en' Interesting. , One comes ngelstad yesterda�' afternoon when It Isn't only once that Bill Capps, a lor", ... bring dred nurses taking the tra.Jnlng course In contact v.'lth many wonderful- an the club held a social meeUng. brave lad on tbe gridiron, has been For Ted Nels50n Santa. �ouJd �l..s4 y LUI. Olson. ,,·e1I·to-do people," declared" Miss Pre Small g1tta were e)[changed whlei seep and heard pining for "that South. a- pair of Imeakel'S, and to Mr. Reid, at the. Ma o ClinIc. sister of Coach 'ClIrtord O. Olson, is Sloce entering the Rochester hMpl- will be- sent the Lutheran ChiJdren'� em accent"-we . like Tel:'s, too. razor to give him a shave that wJlJ" Superintendent or the Nunea' achool 'tal. she has worked on n'te , Llnk, Home In· Everett. The proB-ram In- Won't tcll-? Arnie Anderson '8.t:1a last until after breakfast. Rnd M1ss Irene Engl� of Seatye is quarterly student pub!1catlbn. For the ·eluded a plano solo by Mildred Lal'$On. for pink panties most any time of the The M�ng Maat edltorlaJ chid.! tbe Director, Besides the arnup of coming year MlsII Preus has been narli· a talk on Chrfstmas in Hungary b� day , Santa.'ClaU.'l have pink pan. want new advertising manager that nurses training, there, are over three ed lor the posit on or editorship. �f. M. N. Franck, ,'ocal duet by ties for big boys like you, Arnie? has a ItOOd car. hundred student doctors who have "Arter (raduatlon next No,·ember. Mal')' Maehle and · Sylvia MUler, and LoLli May Morton want.s a hunUng Ten dining hall sludents want raster Walter there on scholarships and who. I. hope to get a position In Washlog- a readlng.by Elizabeth Fr11&. ' gun to match her hat. mOvln bMllns and legs for t·, � "0" fo' .' ' 'mo"," of man.,. ton. .Em U\ough r U,. " bod th..... 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Continuing •. ,!;ee ly eon· Kreidler and M� Stuen �11J be } nt. certs, "The holf or tfie West" 111'111 hostc!¥S. at .The, PnlIram Jlumb� to be 'given ' 10th and O. Streets .e<! \ at It"!': p: �Io by lone Madsen, vocal 8 o'clock Tacoma. SWlday evenlnr ijoin l Rust, and II. rolo E. M. Hene 15 the pUtor. by Peanon. to Mr. Victor Elveatrom, ---Ja�u.ary 28, the the follo.....lng

series·. of k C Central Lutheran Church� . SOuth ano Sklls may be �nted lor one thpr bwineM appointments: 1$ at at a Pair. with a seve� dollar de- to be made by the new Business oa by. tliadlng where Rev. r-.rltrgan;.t The bus win leave Parkl�d at Ager and �f. O. J. StuJy� faculty �ccordlnl M, and return about 8 o'clock tser \\111 �. announced/soon, Sundliy. evening: All students who plan . According to Margaret. Rorern, Bergstrom and Margaret Craft Delta uil� l;lho Plans will- sing ' at Olivet. Lutheran Gun g the trip I1sked to s\ il the Edlto�, editorial �taff " ."",,,,mon,, I , ' been supervising 'arrangements. iSt.h and K St T\LOOma. of k PotIlie S ll'Pper Party the bulletin board'lIS soon as will be made ' at the begtimill$ or ' ",- S. �" 'bM �, MiM DoroL'ly Foxwell. Stewart InFurther committees will' be seCond semest.er. Applications ar� betcnnedla� teacher who has charge of the remedial '\fork and who is ad \'1ser n amed to make the compltt.e arrlLll{te- ing accepted lor M.alf positions. of personality club there. will address menu.. 011 February 2. and at· LuU1er thC' group on the subject. " Personality, Memorial church, South 5th Street. on d O o., 'c':,',-Du h February 16, S peaks Long Tha� l\1i,ss , ' , ' g '"' · " , ' e ,� �,"' � � : �, .,! o � .. ....... ... ... ... th .. O Pu The choir .wlll aL10 sing at Ute anman for the affair. T0 Se I100I S ys. CIass �ctlons de\'oted to I;chool lift', SOund In Tacoma, she WIIS president of Reunion f'eetlvlUes, I"eb- , tenl E\'elyn- Monson hIlS chnrge ot , the n unl P. L., C. --the Kappa Sigma 1Jheta sorority and fib;, and artistic work. ru dinner arrangeml"nl.�. Entertainment ary 27, . Thnd Long, ..ho resides at Fem . Queen at lhe May Fl".�th·al She was A tentiltive date has been set for nnd games under the direction of lone chOir . Rwu... rded the Americlln Association of Hill. spoke to the Public School Sysconccrt at "St. Paul's" LuLhero.n Madsen will take place after the dln Unl\'�rslty Women's Award at gradu- tem class last ,Thursday on the history Luther League To I\Jeet 21th and Tacoma Ave. . nero Vema Teglund Is the committee church', South of pioneering in 1880-90 In southern 8llon Mareh 29. n o \ n gilts. ma lr of u h e c g r a h S rl c 5 uo a.y � in l w Ta Th� 're«'puon room' v.'!U be night a concert was Sunday Last i�::�;:��n1Sw7� hc;: �r:en�l ���. The dinner celebrates the complelioll iy decorated for this altair. lone Lut her League will meet lOf thc chAnges which hAve beeo made �����t �e :!r: :�;��';;\�U�:;; t in l } l'r ught In the de\'elopmert of �h� ro 'b e � c e . I ��st � ChooIS and high school� � :�::r: ::��:�n �: �����: �7 t: :� : ��:IS :�� r:I�� J;A�:: �:� The program numbers wer e as follon T il ou n re ge be Is ��� ��;' ments 1.will be :e u �s" S Hel�:' e Also �lrit i " 8\ y , ' st at � d el Wa ch C. aSS L, . mems P. n ir o l vat ed b dene Cnl an !lve so thAt . � �;:: ��ckson. label ::�'�8: "The first school in the vicinity was . y. Bach,. 0 FIlII et � . tiers mar attend. Therq ' "\\'1IIObe elee- Novell Nagel. VernA Teglund. and Marie "Christmas Rt 84th street and and No\eU Nagel, Elsa Arneson WIll Lullaby by Mo;a:rt,. He tunch t1Q,, 1l will be Johnson. ' of officer!>. and t /� t' play sOft music ""hlle refreshment.<; are 1888 the :;chool ha,d gro 'Tl Down, s n>ed, � The collJr scheme 15 green. , cream . Is Blessed" by SOderman; " Look four room school bu�t. ;,e .being Iioerved. H I ' Dove" by J: S. Bach.' "Lamb of h ''Den Btore Hvtde . No otllcers will be chosen for this school wA..� finished Ind 1894. The sub \. ( ' SOderman: by O�" �:rve� =1 ���::o�;n �:S:I:�::I Flok" by Oriel; "ChlUun' Come On gh'en in the gra e schools In the ::::1 organlmtlon. but It '10111 be under the Ject.<; drn""s. ,.... And aecessories, W JIer Manages 1890's III{'re Quite dlHerent rrom those Fow direction 01 girls who keenly In- urr GOlo b,. .. Noble - - e�d todar· 15ucrt 5tudl� � phy"lterested in personality development Anderr.onj ''It:s Me·.. O Lord" by Noble Advertising Staff cal geogrAph}', higher arithmetki, geoml\fen�!S Quartette Sings Pacific Lutheran College girls. Cain: "Psalm '23" by Plot. J. O. Ed� g I girls are Im'lted to attend this :�"L�:�Il�:�r� ����;�t� e�::I:i:!:��� New Staff Arrangement Being At DU IJOnt P. T. A. Meet wards. solo by E\'elyn Syverson: "0 meeting, Long. Planned for Next ' Arnold Anderson, Robert Monson. !ac= �;��.:' b; c�=�ns:::':so�U:; o t Semester Emmet Thompson. And Kenneth Anen- Alma Stolee: " Beautlful Saviour" by e\'!�ts ���:� �fe. ;he 7:r�er.\:�n;:;��! son, who compose the men's QUArtette, ChrL�t1Ansen. solo by MJld�ed MOruJOn. experience.� lit P. 5. U., which was la.Miss JfAn- MArle Fowler hM been cludes fltty-four voices The choir several vocnl numbers at a ter Illlme<i thr College of Pugrt Sound. Appointed Adverli!\lng Manllger of the, f\lrnl�hed Parent Teacher·.s Association meeting this year. Mooring Mast to nil the vacancy left Member\; of the Dormitory lch was held last night at Dupont. b}' Harr}, Orlbbohm. who resigned be- v.·h" ThP ""IU hold the monthlr buslnC$ Drum" by S. Archer Olbson, T German Chtb j\'I('mhcrs ae01na League Choirs of contllctlng ,:ork, Miss Fowler Tuesday aftemoon nt the home Plannin!! Big AetivitieJo' was promoted from Lhe position of feA- "The Perfl"Ct Day," by Carrie Jacobs O.,J. Stuen. Mrs . J. P. Pflueger, Wtll SlOg . In Unmon Bond. And several short encore songs ture editor on the editorial st.nff. elected presld€nt. \\'lII preside. compri�d their list of program lIumAt thr Oerman Club m!'l'(ing held ,Yet, no new feature editor ha.s The toUowlng ne"" oWcers '\fere Tacoma Luther Leagues will Join in bets. vestcrdal' in the recepllon room, It WM selected. but a nev.· st aff;7 �eed at the December meeting; decided to gh'e a banquet :;omctlme in been g nn ng e w en At the pres.ldent. Mrs.. J. U. Xa\'ler ; the near future Two Graduates of 1934 :::�:n:un�:y s:r�ur�oo��:;:' . Thc �n('ral com- : :e ��! s�m��':� <""(irs. A. S. Berg : and treasurer, . ��:::h�:t):l�� :��:�:IO:a�� Student.<; who wll;h to work on lhe Class Announce Marriage Ilt:v�tC��lth:�:II�:':�h� =: Victor Elvestrom. MOOring MllSt .staff dur!�g the nexl accepted the position � pastor a.t the cludC':o; Lllura. Haug!'. Vernf'r Bitter. sce Helen Holtsemester are asked Word Aa.s come that Harriet AugU.s� Flrst Swedish' Luth�ran Church, .wlll . am! Ruth Johnson. camp, editor. �d FrtthJot Tayet. busl- Schneider and Frank William E).lIot be thp speaker. Officers ,,'111 be t'iectf'd at the next ----were married New Year's Eve in Yato be hel� January 28. Nonna nl'AA manager, klma. Both Mr. o.nd Mrs. Elliot were TINGELSTA,D TRIP Asper, and Lou.l.se Henc comprise the nominating J\frs. Hallen Will Speak . 9 ::��rsw: ���:�a�:=�e Mr, and Mrs. Ed nngelstad left yesAt Drama Clu� l\leet mg school departlI\ent and Prank lrom:� the terday for a two week's trip to Ca11ler \\'111 make -liberal (TOUp. The young couple fomia, Mr. TIngeLstad Is going on will be offered to Lhe best According to tone Madsen, p�sldent. B� establillhlng their firs\' home In buslnes.\ for the Paclllc Lut. heran Rerthe m06t determined and the Drama Club will hold a night Yakima. beginners, Aid, meeting January 30 In the recreaUon -: :--: :-: = :=- -: -: room. Mrs. Junia. Tod Wh � IWI \ .n ,or Notable Note, on Topia or Current :: Bicycle Proves to Be Convenient Mode o f Interett; . Tacoma will speak on " a the p ay 'J . TraRIJPo�ion for Two P. L. .C. Studen,.. Varied Source� Provide Crou.Sectionof Opinion Says about the Audience." Thls Is the firn ni ght meeting of ' -C 'QuotaUons vary In J.a.stlng qualIty, being Four m1les a trip-two trips a daY- I made of thls meana of travel. The Moorill$ M8o'It must go on , , . .the year. Program numbers humor, timely lmponance, sincerity. RUMCII F'r)'l". calter Ilnlshlng hLs eve- arranged' by Laura Hauge. Refresh- five times a wee k-twenty Urnes a But we wonder about the romanoe or and a dozen other Utlng:s. It Is fun, nlng's work of v.Tltlng one. headline ) me.nts wIll be served under lJ:ie super- month-and so on tar into the night. fun connected with Its oOnstant .emthough to compile a list of the best Tacoma Is l pJn vision o'f Iris Evans Kat.,hryn Ander� How many years 01 school would It take ployment, especially on some of these proud of PacU c Luth and to compare them. Some peo- ll ' . . rge SmItIey, Mayor son, and Oved la Hauge. The room 110'111 to go to the moon and back \(In dis� wet, slippery momlnp! (Ho* about it, pie always say thp wrong thing, yet be deCorated with greenerY and candles. lance 01 CO\lrSol.')? j. ' " you donn students who tumble out of �:O:�:Il' banq�� many have furnished .wonderful Ilftle Thls work is under the direction of . �r the past year Me ta hall, It has bed at five to �Ight?) SQulb5 that we aU need to hear. I can never be serious Prol. J. O. Estl}er Norgaard, cha.lrman. Ruth Sol- been a. com�on sight eac h tJl(Imlng to This year Mary nas been oined by 'I'hese are few quotes that we lhlnk Edwards. ·(Nov., Post Ofll�) lie, Lester Holte, and Ted Herrled, ' Mary Alachle upon her tru5ty bl- her brothpr Ed-however, not on a interesting-more Interesting bemus .. ' . . . E The next t>rama Nlght Is scheduled cfc.le come glldini. Into the campus ot "bicycle built for two:' Torether they' ar t ula You t e It some .1me cause ot Illelr r Mae Goff. ( her generous offer to aU : ::!e m:: 1'un!:rO �.l�!�ro�wt�� �B��C�n SI::,��o�� �: �e: :�� �r:;,�w�� r;;:!: :e:: :xo:;t ":! . The beSt fOotball spirit In the North-· Who like her clothes) Evelyn Eklund and Eline Benson. MIas ceptions peddled he r way to school and ocCBJIional deOated tin!. Nor do they 'ol.:e!l In ' 1935 w� shown' by 'PacIfic TWo heads are better than one . . . Eklund' will direct "The Threshold" by home agaIn each . day-a trip Of eight worry about gas or batteries. Lutheran Co� . . . Elllot. 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Wt�h the \'e,,'po�nt ol stud.ents beU\i Important decisions 100m ,for �' , . <;al'c-ct ,�; fqr more and more In achool5, p, L. C, In lbl.! year of our !:.ord 1936. \ e{amlnalIOn , p"pel'S a� tIt'comtn&" In. my Ne.,.' Year gl"fttlnlJ to students,: � . OB :"!lP"SO" 8\' B tlfresuna pieces of reacllng. M06! col- colleagues. and other friends. let. me , Itge students ha\e distinct. Idl'as. and pass on to you the following par9KTaph ' �ay� Now that' .1t'S lea 'Mlr, you fellows had , better a� not Iwerse· ·to' putting them down lrqm a recent letter that came ,to me; IIOt. \'enture out. on the &tree of Parkland after night- · on paper . ·'As t wrote tha� '1936' the U}ought the others lack . l W A " rail , . . The co,l'<Is should Il\'ite the boys on a party':: uality th IIHku liP It be' (or in heal, AU suddenly c:a;l'le to me; allwouldn't. 'w 'em, escort. 'em. feed 'em, bring 'em home, and stutte� tQ is pro l� mll It could get Into the wonderful e pre at h !. h Idea.s Pt.S and " Slilons tl . , , Is around the front. pOi't.tl�bout how. tine the weather ollr of r 'Yl'll. the 18 I� that sciousnesa . cori generally makes nair s The onl)' lrouble with sUCh-an arrangement Is tha� the curl. 'Before tong 'ItthewU.prores.scir' bly oome Lord, 1936'! �y new year'. ,resolution men might play. the part true to lite, and order ·on the to the 1>oln/\ 'Where examproba" eontln'Ually t.<Ueep try to wa.s time this will· papers , right S;ide o� the menu , , . With all the loud-colored have to be expurgated by stout-h<!art- In the consciousness that every mlnutl' XmR.!l, ties being "'orn around. school, one might think l'<I board of cerisor.s before being passed or · my time belongfd. (.() RIm: that thl.s on U�U vacation on I'!l the teache!!;'t() be·graded. ....,' this' would truly be Hu year.:' there waa a lot or throat cutUng going ' on,th1n:l Ooor . . . We're glad that "that chubby U\'e�-llp to show ho� much potenUal t!�- �othing I.! more ;>ractlcal than c,hrls· back to school married, tho' He threaten- goes didn't come works . every student', mind �as stored. tlanlty, exemplified ill each (orytven. he didn't up ed he "'ould, but It being �e'ap l'ear, I g�ess the day! "'hen Ideas contrary sinner's loving sen'lce. Every' waltillft since . ' ha\'e much to say about It. . to the text books were oonslde'red a minute test.s It: even oUf dreams are one-WRY ticket to the dean's oUiee. not .untouche:1, 'An� �w;e It dot'S SOCIAL p, L, C, SOCIETYIt's a little early to predict, but the Mlq Simmons-Mr, ::��:"::� ':.: ��:k�cl�a;:�s t:� :: �::ln:�P��;:� IN�I�e Y��R�' O!d nce oming fire, 'they ean 110W Pc set. up, I l s 0, A: TlNOEL$T....O. �'���h��:� )a: ����b � i���/Ja:::�:: :��e�;,a . Illprinted and be turned Into IJt:l.ly readSCRE� PERSONALITY: �Sel)a s-;;ns4f;'''R05e: Ol the Rancho" , , ,�r Irene OI!!U's benellt,/a sv,'eet-sr.llllng :�lg:�:��a� h�����:���� c��:��n��:� Glimp�ing , Into Life r h As We Go Along , :��:U����l�::� ��:,��-�=="'<� ::; ::e� a����_:�:�� Ing. �-. ness . . . F....BLE; Once lIpon a time. the prolessor tola . goln; down. to fda i\ll!rz und Elva Bergman to be quiet In his das.'l­ Cha�h I r:lean ngs 'rother'day, toasget� \l,'1L'I my mall, I saw a ' tile postoU\ce t room , . , Harry Grlbbohm, ex-ad manager of the M, M. We rre ':I are 110t only to be hearrn; o( t.he p teislng RJl Old man who.se ack of kids 1.'1 now working In a garage , what. a. let-down! . . . Ml.sI e b d ' won booby prize at. some party a 10 tIme ago W "Texl\s· ed, Hle in . face was all scarred Ilnd disfigur daily he And has kt:'pL It tied to her finger e\'er since:calling It �;!�I�· ��U�r:h�\\, �y �i:just made my IJI(IOd he things he does and says that hAl; Well, "you know, It old '·Ivy" In her senUmenta�oments ,. . TOE-· boil see thal codger hobbling pure religion In his heart. �rlptloll; ROY LUNDQUIST (Prince ....lbert on the red a The, greatest compliment. a' person along, ·followed by a yelUng bunch of can. , , . n just goes to show how a feltow will sacrlflce othrr things (or his studies-We didn't know there WR.!l may recel\,e Is to have It said to him jackanapes. The poor rellow couldn't help his looks, so why make him lIuller an Opal Ferdig In school until a short time. ago . He.1l0, that he hlU lived with Cbmt, -Ramstad doubly? Opal , , . Katherine Riggs wants to lIleet Bert Myhre and or Napoleon should, en- Take Zeb Evans. for' IMtance. ·Il . Fritz Tayet , , We don't know whether she means both If ...Iexander or just. either one , . . Bert. has already been met and ter this room we should aU stand: If (.hert' e\'e.r was a hOmely fellow, he w� conquered, while the latter stili has his peaee of mind . Jesus Chrl.st should enter this room it. E\·erytlme he looked at the mirror, glass �'ould crock, W!hy his ean! Lloyd Lnrson 'asserts that. the · girls down town are so "'e would all kneel. many' wax �mles . . " Does he mean that the glrl.!l out We call see Him through the eyl'lS o( stuck out on the side o( hili c�um here I(\'e i:lu,mmles? , , . .We \\111 not have OLIVER faith: we can know Him better Ulan like dlshplU"l.'l, and his adam's apple we know our lrlends or our Yen' sel\'es� was as big a black wainut.. , W0rd5 IE SELLS sing a duet entitled: "I'm LUDLOW and getting Sent ental O\'er You." . . . BI-WEEKLY BOU­ The birth of Jesus was a wonder, a couldn't descr:1be hI.! uglineM. Nature QUET: R :vFR. lqUlet. quaint, quarrelsome, queer, man'el: but !-O deny Him would ha\'e must have laughed hencif sick at the ' Joke played U!l9n him, But, you know, ANENSON-durln6 a concert­ been Inlposslble, and qUle' \ . moves hl� he'ad :lr u nd all wa}'s, and hI.! eyes play tag The greatest marvel ot all Is that He there was the funniest th'in8' about him, Under· that mask was a great big heart. with those of ihe, atirlrctlYe listeners In the audience Iyou l.!I here. of purest gol9, .... kinder man .was -�rlueger old card!) We should take care lest we bring never seen on God's eart.h than Zeb harlh unto our ' fellow students-let us Evans.· Th06e little LOti!.. just out of If all the g-lrl.!l at P. L. C. Join the Personality Club, help them In living a Ch"rlstian Ute. the cradle, would cra"";l all over hI.! us try not to do anythln!( that big lonlt frame, Rnd would kiss that lind thIngs IntercsUng around here alter awhile . wl\lLetharm anyone, homely map that even mother would BI.' of good qheer, choir members-the ha�est work Is Take your problems to the Lord In shudder at. Bigger kids would bring over-the pictures are taken . . . It's hard to'retaln thai prayer, their toys to ·hlm to be fixed, and then angelic expression while waiting for the nash, , l.sn't It glrl.!l? . . , and listening to BUCKY'S wisecracks at the As Christians, we B.II have the SIUlle sit for hours Il.!tenlng to his stories, same time . , , .... blt old. l)ut the moving pictures ol the responsibility to help one another lead E\'en'body loved him, and they B.II used to call him "Uncle Zeb," He p, L. C.-Linfield clash revealed that the Oregonians were a Christian life, -Tl.ugeistad finally died at the age of ninety-three, times dunng the contest, and Offside at least a dozen . had weren·t CAlled on It! · . , . If �'ou see,a sweat shirt, dirty There will never be ·'peace on earth" and you'd though�the president t a t k n the h cords, thick-soled shoes. and a pair of-scarred. hairy legs u lying around, It's probably a Gladiator athlete . ' . Imagine ���:�:���ar��" �: �t been taught �;�e\�:�e, an; ;:r��� :�P:e�� the embarraMment 01 a Parkland co-ed, who went to a us by the gospel: It has been taught us to the tuneral of country's "uglJest man." The town drunlr.ard stayed basketbaJl game. and·i..sked-durlng one of the prelims. b� history, ··who·s g!lme?'· , , . nnd six fellows hung their heads and Peace will ha\'e to. begin at home, sober a Il>:hole day In 'me�on' of this , , , It ),ou girls play C. p, S. this season, wlt.h ourseh'es a.nd ....Uh our neighbor, beloved lrlend, said, "I gl\'e me time to get a 'llenna rinse �d pocketful! of In thL, way only may we be led to I ,guess It Isn't. what. we look like, but what's Inside of that. collllts. Otherpeanul..';, and I'll tag along-the sport Yo--rlters say they world Peace. have a nice-looking team . . . NOTE, Some' of ihe dorm Let us flll prny lor peace on eal"th. wise a whole lot. o( would iure be' -Xavier' put ot luck! guys don't like the color scheme In the D. R. G. room­ c s s apparently it's too hard on the ·wlnd , ::::;======="'.� ,,,.::::; wo�:� �:�!�: �� :��d� ��:� �::� [ >, :"!IORE SOCIETY NEWSIn your heart and mine there . also the Show king: his name Is Selt. How does SI ANDERSON Is simply slu aking lncons:Qi:iental as It nccept the new-born King In mad over GfRTIE, and she sort of likes hlm, ' too , ' . this CRIDDL. E JACK'S Don't be surprised If O....GSLANO walks into class wlth- Bethlehem? we received Him with h.�mage 9 1 3 out hb pants .some day . . . PROFESSOR; Tnb examina­ Ha\'e Wn, 51. ifI did? ,. tion will be conducted on the honor system, Please take the shepherds and magi-pnueger · seats' three apart and In alternate rows , , , Just In. case our lnatructor 15 115tenlng in, those who had' Bolton and OUt Linen and OUt HandJtttcl\lefs Blbba reserved the last tour nltes were MARION PEN­ FOr Men and Women . ·1 00% V.lue. NIE' BERT MYHRE, RUTH mOYEN" and R. M. MON­ SON , , , and If he's stU! listening in, the book was moat Winthrop Hotel Bldg, 769 Broa.dW&y Interesting to say the least (like Unde�) , . , Heh! Hehl , , , The boy friend ol the g1rl Who told yours truly he was quite ,lOme anooty, explained that she a little out­ I 1 1 36 BROADWAY spoken-but we don't' lr.now by whom , . , II Enid Hutson ' to shouJd ulr. wants to know what a "failing leaf' I.!, she find it at Prot. Ronl-he's seen plenty of 'em fall ,. ,-, The editor Inserted lOme or those BI-Weekly Bouquets last edition ""'D � . RHODES � , We respei:t, but w� don't adore anyone to ·the extent I:::; :::.:=: : .- ". 8A.OTHERS_. TACOMA .� T':�:.!... =W:.':H: _ ===: ��where we throw our arms about 'em (at. lellSt, not 'fn I � public) , . . Which l.!I the super.senslt]ve, hypercrltlcB.l, fat.- II,;L.. uoullly, fastidious, red-headed detennlnatlon never to be can be obtained at pleased with anything, nor to perceh'e a merit where you CONRAD'S can'/i'lclr. a llaw, by heck , , , Imagine. the day girls' surprise COFFEE SHOPPE A. LEWIS when'they learned that It wasn't gOod. form to sleep at a � sJumber'pariy , , , But. think what a hard time two Cl"OSl­ Bro.IdwJY 4267 , Spedali';.ing, in Hot eyed P.eoPI.} have looking Into each other's eyeS . , , Or the : . dl.scomtlture of a POtato with Its'eyes full of dirt , , . Can you lmqi.ne the Indliruty ol t)eing a cornstalk and having your �'Pu1led? , , Can you 1mag1ne C6.thertne K.1tcblon , Or Ral Nilsen with hu h21.r combed? �� �rn:�U?' MRS, F, W, CONRAD _ STORE PEOPLES Brookd.ile, Wunington ' N.eva OilOn . hLS deserted the llkes ol us., �d now -o the sm.iles-on a guy named Carl. smlles-b, I Il

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"Ironman and Vll'8lnla S�lth. centers: E:liut;t e th n � ���t�;!�u l � ��n��: !a� COI\ch A." W. Ramstud hM lined up �n::� wht'll OW}' take Longview. Belling- Ots(Jn'. ""Urrl: ble. S"'e� some dl(Ucult games for' his hi h Stuep . a!i.d Agn.es ·Lunde. . fOrA'Qrds: 11. �.l��ll::.o��l�.. ��� ::��; � � and be "cln�ere'lce Con.scio�" '"If seem Paced b�" the spet'dy lIt.tle fqr;\·ard. S('hoo. l hoopsters wh.en . th.ey meet �t. �:IagU:;!5 Rod Prederich SchlRn­ I n a) i..o�- suits of tberr pla}ina to date the c'an be "ehet." So "«' co':Jllte� f\ft.een Mart ln·s ..prep8. Lakestde. Kapowsin, . F'lid:l.Y. January 11. the strong taken as nn), l!ldlcatlon. When the poln u. 'andlie.With. ho the valuable services. a.nd Preu&s All St.A.rs Irf the near Juture.. Fln·t. ·secon�. Rnd thll'd' )"t'nr' groups . tor Columbfa Junior College 'f .o . Long- Gladlators take. 'side ex.cumons to play 'under the hoop of :'Hal" NUSt'n. lanky Definite daus for th�se games h,ve a,re the only ones from which fi t an . I'lew WIll Innde the P. L. ·rC.�maples �nd teams .....W be picked.rs No� . non-conf�renCE' or pracUct! " g ames they' " . ..ho. ....a(St . niedne polilts. not yet been dr'<:lded ':IDan. nter cond ce h I t su es n ;;'utR �1�eInl:u����tP::�I��O: ;:� Pl�Y like a bunch of ttrt"d b�lneM.men. Coach Olson's C9�ort:\ with U 1 Jump Into an - Ll\sl s.'lt roay night. althougt"! sOme- �r,; ::r = :�:t � 1 �I ::; d .� wt gomg \.h.rough the motions In t!\elr early lend which the)' call!fully guard- what. outplayed b)' the more uperl: . �hc ri01ad�lI�rs.�111 face In. !,heir con once-a-week gym cl� Howen'r. take ed l ·hOUt. the I'ntlre tilt. .en�d college resen·es. the high 5Chool part time In some tir:"t. ..m games. hroug e h I o�'�r �:r::�n a� ';;:;:::�h; :�� these same dis�terecsted Individuals T"he ga-me �:a.5 marked by rough, and Onv� �wed II d.l'Cld�pro\·l'l1lent to�!:fn:�� :��� ��:�� :t��y��� . ga'uon from the .Columbla must rate :::h ':��=tul�a;'s :,��;:�::d�:e; fMt. play as the' \'I�tors trh�d �eS;per- \'����I== ��:� an normal--Helen Slafk. AlIC1! CO;Ok. Ruby :\..'i favorites On paper, at. least, as the hound el}· to overcome th� Gl���Rtors slim all around n r h�ame eslOoplaying lII.. oore. Esther"Nol1laard. BtlatMce Sld­ basketball like a caceful of lead. sW?Ing Mde� LutherBns �'er"e eXUlpded to squeeze out hungrythat In t lr Jlttempt. �tteen fouls honors for thl'oogame. �Ith ak otal Ell'a Belllman. OOldelle. Gerr1lZ.· lions fighting over a lone pOund of Enid Bl a tight \'Ietor)' over Aberdeen .before of raw meat. For the sake of P. 1.. C :s � comm l�ed by the Seattle COII��: ' t was lik�. Mal'8sret Meh'er. Nonna points. Coach t Ramstad �1i1t the. holidays and. hai'� not. met the conference chan�s let's'hope that they wbleh resulted In the ejection of V Marie Wenbel'8.. Me!ba Fen­ us. ?re the with Impro\'ed ball handl- ney. S>1vIR St> pleased YRklma t�m. Ho\\·ever. the "Olads" ernl k�y men. Tobin, of the SeMtie Miller. Vll'8lnia Cllfton; remember which are "Conference it l g of his nl'c: tmd aOO thl! Imp�ve. holt. counta distinct 11'111 l . advo.nt.A.ge In play- games a.nd which not. �' three cCol�ge. led the losers \\·tlh nine ment of Gary pnucger� .....ho played his serond )'ear _nonnal-ThP.\m.t- �e5ll. :�� il: �:l'\���O:� g>�m :u; to �: �a: h'nport.ant tlIts coming up Ith next �� the prellminar:)'. f.. L. �:s n!'servcs best gaml' to <Iar. The �inRI score was ��:� B.�=;. �!�n �1::�:el�: �:��; l h y C U le o a two weeks. ·We might call the theJp � defeated t.he high school five by a 25 to 15. - . : Scott.. H[!,zel 'lhlgM'UP EdnnI TO� l:\..'it )'ear when they played before Hele� O I e . e n sc ;e Of 5 friendly races ' Lineup!! lU,h S hoo blR!IOn. Aida JOhn�n: Ma�l Heggem. . ��:d !��1:��e : l � : : : �:! �:I;: 7 h n� 2 n l c , it' 7) ' (2 . . . Vota\..· ( I I Otto ftoI.>sner. Il'ft handed Longview meant that the boy!; were profes- . L. C. :�! 1 Louise Hendrickson .. Elsie Bartett,... 181 Schlanbusch Marian \2, Co. sl.ar.pshootet- who has bet'n perso�ally �;;weonals Solie (l5) . Kohler; third )"ea.r normalHaldane Thompson 14) (4) Finn Leask sconng mO{C points t�an all hJs'teRmNOrby: Eve:lyn MOMOn. Edna Kel.. C 141 HRugen VoUy Taylor Frye (4) mat.es combined. wlll'be the boy that .F Votaw (6) sey. JOAnna Manousoa. E nid Hutson. 0 131 prl�:::� Ruth 12) Bothsteln a� H�'Ik (21 Coach Olson will hnl'e to stop FrldRy S�klnr �f "Dead-eyt' Dirk'" In Thompson f'royen. Neva OlSOn, Marie JohnA de n 0 H F nlghJ... The team has apparently been basketball. �hlch In the language of LArson" Gertie Stenberg. Jean-Marie FowSubstitute:;; : RCI>erves-Larson 4 .. Ha- SOil. .F built around Roesner as was apparent the 11l�'man m.eans those: Individuals Hnal'lk It'r. Laura Thl'lmn Daniels, se the (91 w are gifted by nature with (8) Tobin avlk 6. Strand 2. LudlOW. Schnaeken- Eleanor' Ra Hauge. C Nil n in their. Aberdeen game .....hen he gam- l;lo debaugh. lone Madsen, C . (2) H.Conyne berg 2. R(>�eree-h'an Larseu. Tlmer- Bergllot ered 25 points In his team's 45-28 \'Ic- ability to stand all}'where In midcourt Frye Vogan: liberal art..,.H... enrietta p and drop the ball through lhe h .Ford 13' 0 (21 Phllllp. <; Jensen: Sc'Orer-SoUe. oo tory. O·Nell. Mildred Monson. June MlckelG (II T. Conrne Three da)'s later the Lutherans will without an)' more than' ��Ung the Jensen Ruth Sollie, Connie Clumb. Eugenia t4 1 Budnick � ..... ...............""".""..".............".....,,..........,,'! .son. pln�' host to the Bellingham Vlkil�s. hemp. brings to mind none othl'( th}4! �nderson 4 1 ) . Co Spence�O\'edla Hauge. Lois Mae Mor- ' GAS OIL po\\:erful non-COnference. M,'als when Hal Votaw. "out_standing" Uttle for- ,,' Referee : Barofsky. � ton. Mildred Larsen, Tessie sells. WE 00 :e��Pt.56�iINE OF the Normals come' to Parkland MOn- ard. It doesn't seem to make. any da,y night. January 20. Bellintham �Ifferenee whether Hal Is balanced ,�! . W.ldin. a SPeci.lty handed the local outfit one; of their one foot or in the act of falling dO� few defeats last rear and this year's her just fires the ball In the gelle Wash. walU with\ contest promises to be a battle royal. dl ecUon of the basket Rnd Butte .".. "BrOokdale. .."."""."..".. ".."",,"""""" ...... t!i !!t". SHOlS JanUAry 25 Mt.. Vernon Junior Col- a smill' for the applause. " .rbn ll " \ � lege comes to P. L. C. to play a con- modesty says It. La JustJ luck. but'has no "The Store with th e Yellow front " ' . explanation for those ump shots when AL ARNE (erence game. and on the 26th the . Wrecker Service School Represent.tive . "fa,"oul tOf' ouht.ildi.n. Cluallriet Glads journey to Yakima for another some of the SPl'Ctators fl'el like rushing Oay and Nite and Important conference tilt. Altpough out with a step-ladder to\ .help him Ill! four games wtu be dlUlcult. Olson l gh'es hls men a chance to come through To Stan For'd goes the last genuine Wintw W.., at CAS ':i'�l :I�6 IL [ them, especially If TommeTl"lk Ls avall- Morocco covered Leather Ml'dal \.0 be CALLJNKAMP'S able t?r play. . u t \· · 1 I I I BrMdway t n :; :��h. ��n�. i��; n��:st:w�! :� I l m It u �=I:gS�����at�:n �:�� I: � ���: ���: I . :� Sheil Gasoline .nd 0.1 man besides beUlg a cJe\er ball hRndler HIghway & Dependable 9"us(ng and good shot and his rellable non� . Pre5Cription DrUIS·sts GArland 381 1 15 Di���;�tc�'t,"��: f�?�t spectacular playing has bet>n st.eady� GENERAL REPAIR : We Supply Ihe College r i 8 . .... .. .. .. . . . .. . . . . .... . . ... . . . . .. III . . .... _ mates Not _-:-______ Ing m!luence on h s team CA. 015115 Cor. 1 1 th ,nd Tacoma Ave. -' I the flashy type that "l!.ould attract lm.. Photie MA n 7 3 1 4 i through mediate att.ent.lon. Stan cane In fine style when Coach Olson needed . Microscope Headqu.arters <?pen Week-days ��. :�I:� �: : v�:�I�o�:: t�;����I� Member United Purity Siores . alor machine thIs year. I M(�:n�;�n o�(:�r;:�nd on . 'P.rkl,nd 3818R5 . CAr. .. � I O BrMdw.y MA n 4 8 1 0 Pot-Shots-When cautioned by lhe ROA$TED· FR of cooks that he shouldn't e,.t calte, being .. . a basketball player, R�Q Almon , r--.-----, �=======:::;::=� Frye replied that he ·wa.sn't a basket: ball player-just fLcske-eat.er.-"Ou.tcr" fOr wle exclusively ,t , '!" . ith Puktand. Washington Moe seems to be between two loves 6 . 912 Pacific Expert Photo finishing. Photo while watching basketball games 10 the Ave. xperienced Craftsmen Parkland .GA. OI45-R;2. E Supplies, Prompt and Courteous be said tor gym.-The same might . Modern Type Faces Service . All Lines of Beauty Work "Tim" Tommervik, oruy his time Is tak- ' ... t en up \\ith the other one at the games. 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Anderson's Dairy , Lewis F'1s.h Market Bob's Oarage nunnadele Beauty Shop Boynton's ·Oarnge Brookdale Golf Course Brookdale Orocery Co. Brookdale Lumber Co. . Brown & Haley � The Bug Claw's COnrad'!" COffee Shoppe . Craig F'\lmlture CO. Cry!ltal Creamery Dahl Qrocery Co. Drive-ID·Market Drake's Haircutting Shop Eastman Kodak OallenKamp's Oreenacres Hartsook's Ina. Bowman Jack's Orlddle ' Jetlund &; Palegrutl Johnson·Cox Co. KlmbaU'a Lien & Selvig Lou Johnson Lutheran Brotherhood C. 0, Lynn Co. PK.ciflc Lutheran College Parkland Barbel: Shop Parkland Garage Parkland MercanUle People's QualIty KnltUng Co. Rhodes' Brothers Schoenfeld's Tacoma E'nIravlna CO. Tacoma Laundry CO. . Tschunbf� , Washington Hardware West Cout Orocery Co. August

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Pastors' Retreat To 'Culminate With M Alumni Reunion I :�:dt'c�I;:��(';t'{'rll'tRry.t�R.�ur!lr. II cO:�:�C��I;o BOitrd

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Drama Club) Gives Two Roya ty PlayS " r i This Friday Night I

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IIl1d. John Dligsiunci portrRy the charSlutlenill t('gl�f'rillg for ' tl\l' nl'W IIC(eTll In Ihls one-IICL romance. __ . IIrr offl'rl'll II (l'f'W eO r� \J , ·' Kni ve:o; WUh I he 1I1)I)()mtme�t-� of n il ...tRfl Tf'l 1 �llIdrnt$ ha\'f' �f'11 nOm !llal f'd Syrlll·· b)' Lynn Riggs will cil'allng with Cnll1t'llIllOrary H illtory J bl' enftcled under the guldflnce of Eline {,II!l{lidllll'� Ihl' 511g11 fmi�IINI, work on th" election ot a dl'l('- nU"lflber� , R('\'. S. J. N. YII'!SAkf'r ot Slllnll, . ubjl'C1 � i. taui!ht by Mi.'\..� Geo. fkoll."Oll, I� involves a complltAted 10 ' Llle Llllhrran Student-� Union j � h� \'f'lIrbook will -"Inrt imml'dIllICj:y. nc- Thl� � 'ooc!" Wllshlngl()n RI'IIf'nu and I" II. which Playtd the present l �fl\'e :O;�O ry, the role" C<lIl\·rllt,itm 10 b(' held III Drcorah, cor�inll: to Margaret ;oreln. editor. , M nl'On. Ruth Sollie, and e\'eliing rhl.'. Il,' ili l lowa, Febnlllty 28, 29, Mllrl'll I dny problems and I'illlftlioll.' Ihrough- 0)' i\ dre � Chester SOlie. b\l.�i�� malla@t'r. � r �� rIu:gf'r. h('ar TIl(' Choir rill' We�t, under I . Thl' nllme rach IjOIllIll('P \., I'ubthe orl d. oili! I . Irll. N J H IId- OU and Prof O. J Sll . .... _ e c --E of Ill'l'lm,., · hll l'(, 1I)))lrov('{1 W:: : �or Ih: ::\�" \�l 1���;:st�:d �::;Z��:;I� �1�tAllt.�. I u which �II fripndl' of P L. C. are l l n . \I.m dl'cidr · who KutJlryn Allflt' f!'iO Ii ChUSS'Jl p l'sel . d al Drllma Nl.gh.t.s, should . io Ihr l' . ,' Hllzel former as"i!'lant. I'dtinvited. At h l Dr. O. A 'Nngl'l- ' lll' Cr.nvl'n! lQn f mm P L C lI.'il i br I merlt Ihe IIdmlssion charge. Ray Reid , P S I 1�:;OJ (n • O( Icl rt· ... u tor I' of Ihr Moormg MI\. �l....1lnd JI\. �per y , ... dl:o;('\1l'.� pllllls for I he Im� III vo'Orklng 011 I'Ornc ' excellent 5U\if' This f'OIWrlllion {'Ill t ��e S- l . I n , IIledlllte future of the college. .«'ener),. whpe Ru th �yen Is In charge Ln LIl!ll"rfili !'\udcnt.'< of A n� 1) � {' Kl1thryn Ancil'rson been elect d .... : :�� ,, : ���l !'t'r.urlng !;Orne unique stftge prop\V,llh I.hr I h el1\e ··011, GIlldlatnr�. on. yf'nr WilliI' Pflll('urr rcpre5cnl� P. .,� I.� . prl""lcil'llt QJ" MilI.....lon for Ihe ll1g manager. \:c� ert , SU h RS e �tm n �r CIOC , ulunllli hll l'P .�('\ RlIldr, \hls Reunion 10 C. , t- On till' Mllorlnl Ellen Brrg- �prll1j!: �eMlon, �\Icc�dlng Rolph BOI� � � :� ..�� � � : o . N ave l ----honor lIw ncll'llllce \\'lIlel1 e 10 se 11\8( � t pot; �trom. fL.-<si!'\t'd OV Klllhryn Anderson l iOI who helcl mesNltge-I s urge Ot e COfilumes. lI\ad� alhlr� lrs. ThC ! Or·.tJlli.l CluI. N.olnilll�«�:O Rnd Hllrold O·C�nne-r, wtll �upervlse l-('r, Ja.'llI'r JO!IIl.�on Is the newlv A:noLhcr calure of, Ihe cven lng prolflY Ihrrr dny proltrltln will oprll Ftl( . . . . ' 1. !hr rrJ.tOrl.� on 8.CI\I'IIIt'S nnd I'RrlOIl� rll'cteci vlce-prr.,ldI'lH n l>O�itloll form·. F.t ( f _� � O I 1 F rH .,�, I l Il I '·\'!.'Illllll:, 2\. II bnskl'tblll\ 1 orj.:lllli7.'1 lloll� Ihe collel(<' : Harold I'rly h<'ld KlllllrYI; And�rson·. I �:;� :I'; �hl�� 1� I;I: ::� ca\ : : �� =:�; � l I I l M n i Mllrgf�n.t Ml'lw'r !tll il Gold ll � Ger E\"!'I�'.n E('klulld fllld MO� I.<;0 1 ! I ':: \� �t; ::��: �nI�I,:{ g�;lI �;::: > �,I: �; Thelma direCI('d by Mrll. Adll h . \ g l lnl IlOllllll!ll{'It for til!' TI,I7. hn l r been rho.�n !lfi:f('tary Alld Ne!<..�. Helen Lilja. If)ne Madsen, . day r\'('l!llI!! Wi ll li1(' glll:>!'!10 till" of g irl� �I)orL� editor. l rll�lIrrr. rl'.�p('ctl\'�ly, while MRrgntet for till' com_ denr CIIIRVRIl. JORIlIlIl Mnnou.o,os, nnd Wllllil f"I) ! " f Dmmn Club pT".�ldl·1l1 Crr�lal O:ll\ro"111 f1f IIII' � I Sjl('('lfic cla.<.�. mal<'rhd f,� 10 bI' c(",m. I\lC .�(·nll'sl.'r I All 1I0011I11a IIOII� tHl\"" l \\.' t C ra ll 1 :0; lhl' ."-"CrI'IRr.v of Ihe pocket j ThrlmR NI'!<..� lire tllklng pftrt In this .; r i HotI'I III Tflt'OIlIlI , whl'n' ;1111111al I-� follo .� sen or . Gc rudr l1l'd . tr�t"mrnt 1Il0V,'IllI'II1 . !'.�'·Clll l\'(' ('olll'lcII be"11 mad!' by act Ilr�f1l\rr: ."OI)homurr. Loui."t, H( lIdrick. bll nqlJ!'1 Witt bf'glll nt j ,,·clock , l a..�t IIlretin� Urnl.lm Club . wh ich 1:0; CO lllpo.�f'd �"Il: fre�hlll lll1 . Joseph Runn hlll: : lind Wilh Chllplaln Curl L Fo.<..� liS gll!.'''1 of '''IIIIHr)' 22, n prrn;rnm ll,'I\.' · prl'!'.I'nted, I llI' uttlc,'rs who �rr\'l'd dllrlllc Ihl' IlIlI .o.chool. VIrginia DII\"I:O; �1)l'ak'·r. H" lInl"n l'I"T\' irl'� wl il ue Iwld In chRr!!e . h Choir To Ncxt of Ih ' 111'..... EI I 01 fall .� IlI ' l r ' III which Ihf' fotlo�'lntl O1el11be� look SlInllll.\' I1\0rn11ll{ t.-clock ill thl' t· f :o; l' N:' I \.� . of the p!llIe.o; del)icting -c . hool life • . E]Jpn f('adlnp:: I At Luther �lemorlal II nf llt·"r� ·A·11t Ink,' pln ("1' J'X11l11 !1 Manou<:oI> a nd (o;\·elvlI Ecklund 1111 T1 Trillill' Lutl1l'ran Church , Sch.llllc1t of COllcor(lia, College. Moor- I hend, MIllllrll{)t51: or the

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Published e\'ery two llo"Nks ,dWing ·the �ool year by the students ot Pacific Lutheran College:, . Parkland, Wa.shlngton Oftlce: Room 115 . Telephone: QArlnd 0571 Subscription PrIce-$l".OO per YeM Entered a.s second class matter, October 2. 19Z5, at th(' Post. Ortlce at Parltland. Wa.sh1nlton, . under the Act of March J , U179.

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In u recellt Tacoma Time!i l'ditorial ' it wus stated Ihat news press rcpol'ls ind!call' thai Russia is doing a ri�ht-about-fa"Cc and is re\·cr t­ ill/<! to the family life-a life she hasll'l enjoyed during the post few years-and I-hat CH'n Dk­ lator Stulin is being cartooned as a smilill�, doliug father . . Quote: "If tI \I..' Greut Sfalin can Ill' happy as a family mun. the rest of the nation nUl he likcwise-that i s thc idea." If til(' r<'port is authentic, there spring frcsh streams of sparkling water from the fountain of world affairs; it is music to the cars. Russia has long scctHcd u hard, biting, cold, rc\'olu­ tionary nation, without class standard, natural uffeclion, or kindlv emotion. The h'rrible Rus­ siull rc,·olution s,v ung the pendulum too faT­ frum extrCllle 10 extreme. Will the world accept the new trend, if trlt{'? Ih,for£' it does, Russia must provc herself. If she ,-is sincer.-: in her effort t o h umanize, the world will und(JUbtedly again "nestl(' her undcr th£' wings of Iwart-felt tolerat ion."

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E-NAIL DESCRIPTION: Clyde Grtmst.vedt. (A hot potato ) . . OVERHEARD: Wlllt Schnackenberg WAS sayd hOO' W�ul. � .�e " 'h"' th' b.' 't ' OO �-'d in.". .�ing ' � r , rr., . , , , nd wt.,.p u , r a3"- h' . .. ..... th. om'n g ,. p y , , . . \resh� girl standing within earshot said, ··Ot all the , lIeFe. t"1fii'rd.!y know the man:· T E PASSING SHOWH It seems Ulat TllCOma can't g('t enough at the Choir. They always ask us to rome Bach. As long as· the 'Ladles· Aids pass out the lunches afterwards, the gang. Is willing to sing, especlaJly Ken Anensan, who can stare food In the . face at any hour ot th.e day . . '; The only orie who didn't. enjoy Sunday·s concert was Vie Elvestrom·. He noticed that a number of us had our ties outside the collar lapels How about the St. Olaf Choir. Vic? . . . Sunday's audience looked llke a bunch ot P. L. C. studt'S In a class­ room. with their pencils · and paper . . . They weren't criticizing . . . probab)y sketchtng the expressions ot pain and ot.tjerw1se . . A physician in the audience commented on the healthy tOnsils we aU own . . . whtch should make Mr. EdwardS feel that we open our t!touths when we sing . . Once when Irene Odell pushed down too hard on the p'uch pipe, some peop1e in tlle rear row looked &.round to see It there was a car coming· In the · door . Notice sometimes how Mr. Edwards gets his tenors and basses mfud? He �t sure whether the tenors are here or over Lbere . . . He should have a rock In his pOcket. to Ulrow whenever he torgets'rlght trom I('tt . . . Some­ times, I'll bet, he wtsh('s he HAD rock In his pocket . throw . . . In closirig, let. me say that I'll get rtd ot that squeak In my shoe . . . With the noise It quuje, It some­ one had yelled "mouse !" there would have been a general

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In general, the outstanding factors or quali- 1 ���N:�G�RIPTION: Judy Benson (A Mary tics comprising the Constitution of the United - Roberts Rinehart book character) . . . Since school opened a year ago, Mary MaChle has pedaled her bicycle 8.pStatcs are five in number: (1) popular so....erproximately 1400 miles to and from Parkland-a. lot of cignty, (2) Constitutional li mitation, (3) scpsomethlng, If anybody shouldcra.wl up to you on hands aration of powcrs, (4) local self-gO"\'ernment, (:i) Constitution,1l1 supremacy. These comprise and knees and � you . . Chet Bolle has a pest on his ryands In a. little grade school girl who thinks he;'s. the (without going into detail) two things: equality top WrinkJe on the crust . . . It doesn't mnke sense, but a and frecdom. \Vi:! arc informed Omt this s'Ystew 9t the fair ones want It broadcast tllat AI Arne jumps telll nf gOn'l'IIlllcnt is anl iquated, Ihat it doesn't trom one pasture to another In his ch91ce 9t co-ed com" fit prescnt needs. \Ve nrc told to scr,a p it. panions . . . take the hInt, AI, and continue jumplngThc fllult lies not with_ the Constitution, hut their way . . . The stude who clears hls throat. when he in . the intrinsic interpretation of the various raises his hand is the one who has something to say. powers which it embodies. O ur forefathers accordlng ·to a bald-head in tOwn . . . IJoyd Thompson were by no means stupid. rh�); rcalized Unit can certainly razz and'rlb a 'fellow . . . h e even rldes (...'1(' changes would cpme. Lincoln did so when h e stated that if the supreme court containe(i the · street. car 1get. It?) . . . A TOAST: to Bob Moe for being the apogee of accomodltlmld.lt.y . . . Mlgl'lt pass on What final decision upon any and" all go"\'ernmental a C. P. S. listener said about Helen Lilja as) she stood matters the people would cease to become an singing on� Sunda.},....:.e ..sh has Egyptian beauty . . II · actiye force in government. A correct ap plicahave his name on tile; in Case you"re Interested, Helen). tjon of the Jaws of liS7 to fit presen t day needs . It proba.lJly Isn't. so. but Mabel Henem sJl('nt .tlle·greater by meM1S of the amending of certain weak part at last n n her hands and knees looking for t.he i ght o la\\'s is what we need-not the abolition · of . the day betore . . . This business ot bethose laws. Thc form of goyernme·nt contained · . hlnt she drop� Ing runny Is the �ardest, thing a guy can dO· , . Joe .. in the Constitution is an entity which is perfecRunning isn't wearing a full suit any more . . . now, Joe, tion itself. To \"es t supreme power. in go"\'ernyou wOn't be cOntused with the ·faculty . . . Punning Is ·ment would uI timately lead to tyranny; to vest. . . like running. The faster··you run the ..harder you pant. supreme power in thc people would lead 10· . The faster Connie Clumb and Mr" Reid pun th� hlIr"der anarchy, There must he balance: weI-rant" ; . . Alda,. Johnson wasn't helpmg Thelma Ness Consider: J( the Constitution V:'ere scrapped · In that eXllm . " " she was· J�t telllna" her that. her nose and a .ne·v., one invented to fil the' needs, oCto:-:: was dripping· on her paper " . . A fQIN of the bQyS In the da)" s crisis, would it not reflect 'the times and donn wanted to be carpenters, 80 they enrolled 1ri .the conscq!lently be of Htlle use· during a Settled . P. L. C. boarding achOoil pe�iod ? �--�- -����-

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'Vilb Bel/Ilion sehcduled for tile weck-cnd of Pacific ,I.uthera n Collrgl' to liegin ('uriS- in makFebruary 21 -2:1. we sugg('s! 10 all grathu.l1es Ilf ing arrangellwnls for this hOllwcoming f('ll'. The faculty and student body eagerly awnit the coming of euch P. I.. C. ah.illlllus. In addilion, a host of old e1assmull's will 1)(> ·here to gl'Ct'l eycry COI)lcr. \\'c hope that this HJ:\(i Ikunioll will be the largest \·1..'1 to hI..' held lin '.his t'UmIHIS. Arl..' .yoU. tiS an ;Jl(lividual alUIlI IlLIs. llIakin g plans 10 C()l1le bUl·k to Pacific Lutheran Colieg(' for thcs� fcw days? Will you be here t o express your devotion to the college and fllrth�'r nffirlll the old tra<iit'iollul fighting Glutiiutor

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,- A · champion \1"Qlllan tennis . pia)·er out with a rew "snorts·'.concem_ . _ . _ � _ � '_ _ . ... . � . IIlg ht:.r own sex In the ra.ociuet. "?' • _ p:ine. . l OSSON . oX . BOB U . A�parentl}'. on the tennJ.s court }'ou can / n er be r tI a v a b o n · . , j C'· :yWQf1lan ��� ��\�:���L s�: � ��� �t� :a� :::=;� t�= �u: . � :a� bU� . got our liars crossed. as were . . . We mistook or she may smash the· ball r judgc�. one She does (the not admit de8 girl ";'·e.on e met at a Walkathon Gro\ ·e fQr .__ who ran ounJrr so many guys she's now a candidate tor -She explains the caS(' to herself AlOng wlth this, we linked the Olympic track teaml �hat In a short. time she .is · that shl." has won! How Is It Larson \lith a gtrl named. Sinunons. when there jusl mind in as easy had to explain why we aile aln'tLsuch a. persoo in school , . . The . In Ii bee cololl}, prepare a Ih·es in Echo Hollo..... and has Il('\·er heard ot our her:o . cell for �he hatCh!.;lg of a queen To top "it all off, we said Neva .olson's main dlstrai:t\on .wh('n nobod�' .has lpld th�1J.1 wheth_ WAS a fellow named Carl . . . Wbew! And did Harold egg con�lns a drone. worker: or comes �p to be· surpr1sed .lf yours bU:m! . . . WlI.Sp. . . . name right your you sOme day and forgets to forget But for· forgeUuln('Ss, how about the dormer .who forgot. to -go to· bed, and sat up all �Ight. t.rr.lng to. remember what · he ·was supposed to do . . . When he !Inally remembered, forgetting to go to was morning . . so he went to bed, . his 8 o·clOck c1as.t. . . TOE-NAIL DIGS;; . --0!se the wor.i1 Mar-lin In � senlence·: . . NORDIS Ul"s. Kr('lcller lea\·('s the room, Jensen ·· ARNESON makes the column rlgl)t otf the bat. She sa.w m(' in the r('glstrar's oJfice. and (')(claimed, .'Qt'(', Irs · . NeveUa. RoSs haI8 been, st.udylng/ n.'dJ You can traffic rules since getU g a. C&r---6he even holdS out her. n "Student? Nil\\,. orm when she turns 1\ page . . . I Just go to college here," . . . test OTIS GRANDE sale! a bacterj.a WRS the �rch of a cafe­ teria or did he? A Handful ot Kelp: to Ferd BON· DY for driving his car a ,mile a mInute In tront Cif the sch�1 . Not many telephone poles to climb, but there are plenty of, students . . . and that's thl' catch . . . Layoff! . SCREEN PERSONALITY: Hal Votaw-"DarHng Young !'Itan .'" . . . 'BEAUTY HINT: OOO-goo eye.!! are developed during eXllmlnations . . . LOVE STORY: We · dote on v:·holesome romance. and we hope that JASPER J�HNSON becomes presldent so�e day tor lhe sake of that �ong-sU!ferlng IPrl in far ort N. D. who waits patiently for. him. to iinLsh school and brtng: home Ule bacon . . . :-.rake th(' best 01 yours!

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, Garn�tt Soverlgn There Is nothlng which people c ate and recognize more tha,n great love for. humanity. Although God Illustrnl('s his love for his chtldren

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Rellgloll Is something God has g'"m I us. It Is nOl a man-made Inv('ntlon. Christ Is still the ollly way "Ot salvaXavier tion. . The elooer you come to death. If you die In the Lord. the "greater Is that pellce which descen"ds to your soul. Let us encol.O'age one another to cling to the staff-e\·en In th(' valley at the shadow of death. Dr. O. A. Tingelstad. It Ood dwells In our hearts, then He beeomes a �wer within . us. Our lives become �utllul they are connected ,"'Ith prayer. m n o e �� :a�� :us: : �a:- � � ���:: This receptive-mood Is gotten by prayer. Pray In a. thanktul �d humble mood as Christ prayed, ·'Nol My �1Il. but thine � done:· Rev. Enoch Sandeen.

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TOOa}·. a0:30 o'clock t.he und�featf'd The P. L...p. il.,·e had dlWcu.Jty In Sttrlvhli to k�p a ptrfect �� In �eoond rear normalltes will meet the locatlns th £.hooP durin&" ':he first balf confen'n�e play. the Oladlator tioop· State JunlO!' Collere et n al I Is I h i ld 1 ft h f1 r IU b I�t. t th Ya· a l Leane rX��9· :�anot�;r r�� ;al�: o� �� nh�e �:.· : t����ndY:rl;: :�: :�:a � �� s::r::; n:'h� e By Bob w� ";t d th n rc E n le with 011 u il alors bejan to cI ICk t' Coach OLson Is . expect.ed to I�ve Pacific Luthera.n . . . . HAVE YOU EVER 'WONDERED. AS �l: :: �:�. �: :�nd }:ear' team. Haugen ..\berdeen On' Sch;lanousch showing carly Saturday mOnlln'�w1th eight or Including rive girls from lut year's especiall)and "lOU W�TCHED A� � IN AC· first ·Longvle.... ying ent squad his gun accompan of the er. ten e HO well. . .... \: 'A" hM .....on Crom l.he'Ubera( off ending' P. L. ? ·s �rtng drt,·e. ]'he' t('am ....'111 stay,o\'er �ht at him. Ya· TION. Just, .....hat they \l,en' thinking. and teim. Sl. Martln'S h .school hoopswors . Oirls M.acO�gor .....I�h �12 �lnl4. wu ltlgh. klma. and re�rn Sunday. The·Yaklma Yakima xpecthliito.see and If the t�lltgS that thrilled )·oU. 1\1so ....h. � ethe action In' this gam� polnt man tor the. �·Inners. .....h.1le B9b tean) Is kilO........ to be espe-clally &tJ'?ll8 Centralia thrilled them? This department be� are : second )'I'ftr. Thelma N�. Jud}' . S\ �tt. Vrmon ]jeres that it would.be � refre-sh.l.ng In . Ben.o;o�. E��1i" �Iason. .Hazel Hager- . ·are with poh)ts led the ID6ers. . ��fe�: �:�nl!"-��':;;u� ::�I::e-��_ Lineups Br sconng 231 point.5 to their op. nO\'ation to prl'sent the' point or \'Iew up�. Wadene Cala\'an. Irene Odell. Hel, . ,. SlIftrdale there. P, L C. ponent's 123 In the last fh'e confer. of some of ?ncille Lutheran's Ath.!etlc en Holtcamp. Helen Scott.. Louise ",:u. No doubt the Yakima boys wl1l be t r re h l P �� ��a:.�I�� � ���: hooP squad S£'t'ms Greats and ....:ith ·the Id� in mind has' ��I:�; c��� Ma=�t �:!:.:, �;:I�� :'��:�U� � ��o 8? I: an"lo� to the' flrst telUtl 10 topple e a s of another cham- Ln\'lted,. a couple of �ur graduating Fl'nny. Rub), Moore. Beatrice ·Sldden. .Hau�n the unbeaten Gladiators. Moreover. ionshl o . 4 �::�� � the Yakima team hain:-t torgut .�n the to this Eh'a Bergman. E$ther/'iorgaard. Mon. S"an . �rkla:d:�s��,� �:etlI;:ld:'::II)��� �niors . to r.�eIP th�mseh'C1! t I 2 :!��I:r�:,u���l�.;:;�nyu�� �� tMm EddY th:m one �efrtt In three years of a�:·:�� �::dot�e� l;p=�:' �e��;fl����II��� �:1 b���: e d Ud n :� :; � � �_-,!�� �:u�e pia}'. �ntmlia �at. Parkland and opinions gathered. dUrtng'thelr col_ -13 . The P. L. C. Prep6 staged a come_ WUh aU the regulars·.back In lI-hape 22 } al'll ago tors \\111 be at full IItn'ngth "--H&..l vbtaw wlll_ be.- heard. Tht" third leur.. team Includes Volly b80Ck la.�t Friday {lIght \\hen the} de- thr Oladill-camilli :etie next ....eek Aft� first sound\} trouncing St from tilt However COil.Ch to be hall Lards All Stars b} a for this follo teflit'd Shel ll,. .... MI n b) ), \ J so an . l o Ma n Mon n .....-:\fanlll s Coliegr and Long\le.... College don Dutch Moe Ill\d Buck} 0 COil' Norb} E e Fro)en Edna. close pme with the expecta�a l 1 OL<;(I score Orv &chlanbusch was hit· Kelliey Neva 34-32thr OUS06 Ruth u\ the scores or 51 to 27 and to 23 ner outcome a tossup probable from running hoop tlng aJlgle lilly Thelma Stenbefi Gertrude n OL'iO respe<:tlvel) P L C had theIr o\\n n Vern s elgh of n total a up po II'�W�W�W�W�'t U!1! l t on the liberal Knuuen scored four\A'en Tho:se listed Ipple carL upseL ....hen the) ran nI to CONTINUING TO RIDE ROUOH Daniels I u ints for the ta po � S r ed ild 0 Ne I Henriet are '-_ r t�e strong Bclllngham Normal qUllltet SHOD OVER ALL CONFERENCE OP- Monson June MicheL'iOn 0\ a Hauge 11 Stars o l th(' Pnrklandrr s home court Car· PosITION P L C s wrccklng crev.; Ruth Sollie Connie Clumb ugenla 4: Futun games lined I) for the High ..r.allen� amp 'S U ft U b} Coach ler Bellinghn.ms ace farv.ard perrest now and look back oler a 5 11 r will be IUlnounceQ the high school squad School ALl:. LEATHER SHOES �nn.lly accounted, for .3 " of their 53 hectic t.... o ....eek s�campalgnlng with arpel' ceAlice On W Ramstad popuJar High School Boe Virgini a Smi th FrItz Amentor i��: h II lalllMl nine out nrlde In sl" games Coach OLson outs The Siore w.th ·,he Yellow Front ' l �vb Agnes Vlrglnla anbusch Sch �7 nt; ;!; : ;:� II fit lost only one nd that to a Lunde Ellubeth Stuen Thelma Asper li'�========:: Il . Famou. for ouhh"d,,,. ",ual" I.. In proving thel ch I lShl ."d .tyl.... bel' Coach OLson: co���n::lon: : m; �:dt�� g�:: O�lh�h:e;�,,:��ou�:;rt Mrs. Adah Dapper referees all games remainder of schedule The for the HOUSE back strongl) In peelshel) deteating The one game that OF FLOWERS ee, YCHIr c;,.,,, la-a,h., Sh_ F. stands QUL In the the seasons K8-nles Is as fo]lo s Mt V('rnon 46 to Z7 on their home fl\f' conference games WI",... W.., at Tacom.·. Ludl". flo.... Shop \\as � the first CO�... a Specl.lty tloor P L C took advantage 0[. an Illeetlng with thf' t,lve Unde. February 10 CALUNKAMP'S earl) lea_d which they steadily In· feate<! and tied wiLongView t L C f0r-.!!.rst Third lear normal \ S high school S PK Ave .t 50th GAr 0514 1 \ 1 1 Bro.dw.y creased throughout the enUre first place, the Columbiah Pa81Tegation It as February w � ..... .. . ....... . . .. . . ...... oi three quarters. fUld then the Parkla�d wallOped 51-27 by a11 iruplnd bun h t . High school \,s' liberal arts � I�",,",",,""","",'; ' . an Idea Ju.st ow Fel)ruary 17 CAS mentor sent In an enUn reser.·e five. Oladlators. . the give WE DO A COMPLETE LINE OF .....ho also .....enl on a -SCOring spree. completely vlsltor'S chief tlng �beral arts vs. first )'ear .� REPAIR WORK . Still "I"lOt content. the anxi o us t.hreat : .... as bottled Roesne up ! la\ led ( W.ld,,,, Specialty . February 19 ; 1 f ' s e I normal Member U"ited Puri� Siores year first vs BOB'S CARACE H1gh_�OOI . I�����tou= ;:�S;a �:lO;\'�OIl�: ��a�:: w:e: ;�� �:he:�I 11��p �� team. Solie. NiLsen. and Le8.'>k scored studded �ith substitutes. In a'case like February t4 . year Parkla"d &."""."""".""��. � . � ���""��. � ".""I .. ,,,, .... .i CAr. 3818R5 at ...11. 1. and as the tinal whistle blew. tha�. much credit should. go to the Second year vs. third ' Parkland held the lon'g rnd of the seore coach. ' Wr��k:�l��;ce ,.. p' uf 53 to 24. The second game with ARKLAND CARACE Longvle..... proved t.o bt' a thrl1ler. On A M A T H E M A T I C I A N COULD LAUNDRY AND Sh ell Casoli". and 'Oil their own court. Longview came out PROBABLY. F10URE Jus� what .the CLEANINC SE�VICE GA 0145R 1 Depentbble Grusi"g of their lair ror revrnge which they mathematical chances ....ould . be for any CAS REPAIRINC OIL deemed ....·as theirs. due to the flrst other conference team to beat P. L. C. GENERAL REPAIR o\'er'A'helmhli defeat Iluffered at the out of the TItle. As nearly as we can \t .. ... ..."...... . . . .. . .. .. ...,,"""'..,,"'.. . 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Thl' <hm ,how, 'h' ",Ung ,I _ Talk To L I), R, �ro\l ·1 ' . A Iwll.balanced emotional tifc IS f" L c. hooP5tens hi alL cOlifeT'l'llcl' . Illm�s UI) to dale \· I nstly . morf' i,mportant than n well. At Iht: Ilt'xt tllt'{'tiI18 ot. the 1,. D: . Name \ G FT TP F i . h . to bt' hcld Febninry . 21), Mns. E, G. � �����: :, Maohle will bl' the speaker, She �H turned frOIl1 Chilla In 1929 a.fU'.r beirill ' 22 �--! _t('"S prople 10 ··take It . ellSy·· and bt\Cks . . 31 lJlisslonl �r}' thrre f.or over I,,!,·.e n:,.. y{'a� Undcr lhC a\l�lllcl's of thC '�U""�' iOll t:ls st :Hemellt u'p ....I�. h a ca·sc.hlst.on: .�ttf Ell.a McllltoSh. Girl ,..Rl\'\(.. rve [ F\lrd The history or the L. D . Jt will b{' � niJ. : . I� . Digestive St-cretll.rr of the y, W, C. A. of Tncomll. TOIl SocIety and through thc ("OOperntioll of tllllt Is \'er�' colll'lIlclng . J � n.}rll gh'f'IJ by VoUy Norby. second i'Iet'. 20 . OMrge Rustad. a moving pIcture trCJ.Ibl('$ of, prnciic:t1!r .aU Sons. are re- wll! be . the gllt'st speaker . show. . Rt th,e ncxt 16 pre.�ldc1lt . of thf" district. Program ill" " Thc Lifc of Mariin Luther" �'UI portl'd to· be curt'd by relaxtng. ��ersonallty. Club IJ1I2"('tll1g .....hi� ......i11 rllOml)Son . Ilumbt'rs wilt Indllde a plnno solo by he sholi'll In the Collegt' Chapel tonight (""cnllr four COlumbia Unl\·erslt.y profes- bcn cld Fcbrual'3"- 18 'n� 7;15 o'cIOC� ill 'R. F'rye Votaw " Daniels. a vO('nl solo b)' Mildred ' 1 I I ThE- I"I/\ sers rE-pOrted that 32 :It 7:30 o·clock. . persons suffering tht' rf"Ceptioll room. ' Her'sUbJt'ct \s to ,r �'ik Orb) and 11 rell.dh�g .' This plcturt'" cOnJt"s hlghlr recOIll- frol)"l stomach ;llcers 1\:et"C -s�lfrt�lel1tly be " Chllrm:' ��!�r.�� '. �:;r:::; . mt'ndt"d from Ihe Unh'crslty of Mill�e_ i rl'cp\'crt"d 10 drink a gln.s.'- of cold �!ltl'r ).tnrgnret Craft IIlId. Ellen Tkrgstrol1l ' 3 Till' h(\.�Il's..",s.,-' . will PI' Mrs. Vlct.or A ''CIII. It Is lhe auth entlc lI:fe of the ll rtl'r 'listenlng to \ectur'cs by .a I)sychol- "'!II rCCl'II'e th!! guests at the door. Mrs S. Alldl'rSon. . Archbold �_ � ' d O · 01 l founder of the LI11!II'ran _ . . rcliglon. Thc l ogl..st ?Il tellslons tin!.! relaxmg. That Ph. E. . Hauge and E\'eJrn Monson hal"(' . '_ -'--' :1:�:r;: ;�:' I � I :�;rChpr _ � h ;:� _ _ _ . re r I t e e I a t r ll r . t {' . I'lTS II W (I l'o'.Bp"Olllf!.ilOt;J) '., l\ [.(' c � : �;: � �II�al� ::� � �� ��: at ��e � �� � �:� :� : ��I��:' �� ::: : ;i� )��:;: ��I\��:.C:�::u� :: �!!" e r ralio ls ar no . matloll. hL� work at till' monastery. and whaH'\'er tliei'_ lIk�d. . Withrow. chairman'. RlHh F'ro;·tn : and S/n,-? 'Herp.·s RedJje-' hl� naihn� of the nll1cty·fh·e theSj's. It A bn of adl'lct 011 how ,to accompll..sh 011.":11 Hugo. Elizabeth Stucn heads t.he __ Tllirty?S�x Stt�dt'IlIS, Do 1", t'!o..,,<,ly correlated ....ith . lhe history 01 rrla)(:,lion t� giren by Ednnu;d Jacob- rdreshnwlll committe(', 10 bf'o a.....�lstc� . Flushcd from �'ll1ning thcir Intest CUlnpUS N. Y. �. .Work Charh;s ·v of Spain. when Spain was ! s:m' " .� \\01 torr 10 rela.."'( ! _Just· stop by ROlllola Rust. �Ild Virginia. DlWls. 1 conference ga� the ter'ribl{' " SWI'dI'_�" __ , Ihc prt"domll\'ltllll; tmilim of-.Etlroj)(' I tnlng Till' fl r.<1 rule of '1 full emowert" c!\u!{ht undl'r lil(' sholl{'rs In olle I Under the aU�]llces of tile Fcderal Laq \\{'ek thiS ""!.I'IC plctuT'l' lIaS ,l10l1al hi: I� lenlll to lIork casll} to of 1 11l'l r Infnnn n i monUll!ts b� }I' rr- OOlertlIlWIlI Ihere art' Il(lll Ihlrt} �I:<t Thirty Nortllal S tu .lent ... I ��ILfo\!r---� --.!!! In Tacoma �� ...culthale ,he habit of restlul attention I.trJllf'r After much picllding and OOal(' studcllt_� (Ilrollt'd III Pnclflc Lutheran . ', .. . tlt'rformal'lp' drcII a Iargc audlencc $onu more�iU.hlce L'> '--.. ' ) DOlllg f:adet IclIclung �g_ Ihe lell of mod��t} II,I� rllllll} casl Colilgc I\ ho lI ork on th(> N Y A pro\ -A Sll\l'T of{l'rlng 1I1l! be IiHed nnd Imltllll' a restful person a�ldt" nllIl P L C � blu�hlllg- ..t�rJ;. toltl...rgrRm thr mOll�\ takcn 111 abovc cxpenses 11111 1 Stllnd up jtnd �tretch af\{'r {'Ier} Sle\\art Intermedlat{', Honicc Mann all In an"lI(r to the qU{,f} To IIhat do In 1tt"I)t'[,1.1 Il_ork .ha;t,el'll dfVklea film-----Fern . Hili. allci Parkland schools IlIlI"e you attrlbUlfi" your SIlCCl'S.� as a 110<)11 hI', \I$t'd In the Mad[lgal'Car mis.�lonary 1 h[llf hour of cioS(' ,-,yr work. folloWll1!1; main scc.l ions: recrCRt llLS Brcak dUrlrult work dOIl'I· illlo, ll ficld . .accepled P. L. C. <;adet leach{'ns for the star? liona! or 111 ��'I!I'OUlld. Bo), Scout. 11--'---0-_ � ��-- or hour cuch: and take "fj\·t"" afu'r spring se.lllt.ster. Thirty Nornlal St ll- Halr\'otllw: J kl'f'.p my.<.l:1;f In condi- ' brllrv. research. derlclI\. and general . dcnts :Ire t'ngaged In thLs work at the. lion 'throllgh m.l· b!_W:�kIY tr,jp� ',i' -·--·-·�-·--··---·-··:,· . C:l Ch !�our. ' call1�lIs. \\'ork, III thl' college deIJR'r t. p�. thot\I;JI. b. th!! advice on ho.... presellt time. _ P.urtl;lnd. r�I !llr\lt Ihl're are elghll'cll women and _ , I i to I:s trn, Ht'rl' It I�, : " Assumc as rest- Those teachllll! at . Stewurt JU{llm Chet Solie: Th<N' I)rlcelt'ss le.t1 en; slxti'en meh. 'nH' high school group . 1 '. ful It.slouch lIS posslbll' und cl� your high school arc: fl'om Mary Grass art' til(' {'xplanllllUn numbers two. The nverag{' amount r�es_ Mak{' }ollr;srlf h!'a\'} , be Clllirel} I Alll.old Anderson. gt ograph} (uld for illY InspIred pl:l� _ Bo� ! walt untll l'arned by thf'S(' students I� ten dollars' t 10 I 1 � 5- 1 S �olcoma W�y CA 295 , snbmlsshe 1111111 \011 an' postlhc \\hRl l lllIIsic H,lTold Anderson locatlollal 'I pla\ Ellcll"bllrg O\er Ihuc a mOllth chlcs and social Cl\1('S Frallcis Arch- Hal NII�1l To 1\1\ rigid Iht't of b:l_ ====":"�===_='<J ·:· ----------- -·:· 1 lOll Ilre gOIng to do ra ' 1('Rchers h:llt: ga�lronOllllC dlfflclll- bold gencraJ- �clencc and ph\sleal nallas cake pic IIllllers Rnd milk �' . . -(iI II<''' ,\hen ont: PUIlII of a dll�S \�. sumcs l'ducatlOIl John Dn;'\belbls orrtc� Tommenlk M\ r\e1l\lIg lIork hI tilt: Patron ize Our A dvertlsers-, tlll' po."I' of \lcrf{'ct n-l!lxIIUoll-lIhat I gUldltnce Ha) HlIlderhe mathematics laundr} room takes somf'lhlllg Ollt of e Of to town read thls r e gomg B .r�e���n�sh��;��:�e 1101\1(1 rht'l do IIlth ,1 \\hole room full' Rlld Illstor) Harold Joh:lnson remedial me--pttltlonlht; for 11\011.' alld bl'1tf'r column The tollowlng firms 8re muth('nmtlcs and genenl� science: Hllr- ....:lsl.1 . boards. \. _ frilmds Ilnd advertisers In the M<M?rc.=> , c;4 old O'OOnncr, mathematICs lind Il('ulth: Man' "Hltl('r" JCl1sel�: I found lhat Ing Ma�t �.. ... __ • Fc\CULTl" �OTE<'; d':..<: , . __ . , ____ � Joalll.la Munou..�os. physlelll ed'ucallon l lW 1'trl'f1Il1-llnCd effect of my . llltes! Alistrull : . i Printing Company. l!) �I . hl'ld Februa y ,. Prof. alld literature: Robert Martin, ph}'slcal h;!lr Cllt SltCeds lip .my gllow tremelld· Al'lcrlcan Art Co ________________ At a met·tmg . education nnd mathemat'ICli: Robert 01'-'\'. I recommend It. , Dalr): Andcrson's A _ W Rnlll�.l ad was . ('i{'cl{'d e"''ld. '.nt 1Io-]onsoll. remedial rl'1lding and hL�toQ' : : LA'ask: r.h.· CX1){'rlrnce In pitching sRI- Archcr's Conf('ctIOl\er�' I e I ! f � h f It t n OI ' Ia. k l mak s pitching b kcI . Noonday Lu�cheon � l�t::::.u� t:l�gr:�I�;��n 0 Of", , rk �;: �;;: �:l �I\�:�'t �� ;::� :��e���� :: :;:�:� :'u�) . ' l t: llS � :�';�n�::ag: � }: I e ut Shop The c�\uI"Ch council IS an 6rgo�IlIZ� �01l 1 grn lhy: BcrgUot Vogan. Junior busllles,,, Hanvlk 1 find T do much 1X·ltcr lI'h<'-11 SERVICE l _' Boynton's 'Oarage III 11I1Ich all officers. of Ihe ('fll�glega�'---itWITH A -SM ILE fl lnlng and grammar, . Brick\t'y illY folks wntch tilt" gallle. Rlldio I nn' m{'mbers, 'F' -Hili cudl't leaehl'!"" an' : 1c.... Llldlow : My baskctball' hns been suf- Brookdal� Grocery Co. �_____ _______ UHt Prof 0, J Stuen .hllS bt'l'n elet:ted � M{'nl llrgaret Craft,. rt'll.dlng Rlld sll.elllnil : fl'rlng becau!<C of m)" stlldll's. Look for .Brookdale ,Lumber Co .. . .... ... . .. . ... ...... .... ,•.•........................... , ...•........... • trus\{'t' of till' Parkland Llgllt an ol l m .�pt iln improl'l'lIlcnt i11 lllY play. now thnl Brown &. Haley . Con�pul'r, of Parkland. H{' !.� ' hl'lll Daniels' mll.�1c al1d 'l g: an Persona! Servi�e All Day All Ni8ht the exams are ovcr . Rll1h Johnson. geograPh}' . rl'nrs Thl' Bug ttl S,·r\·I· fO! fnf' "Pl'a\luts" Larson My "Earl Ll'lller- Carl�iJll Drug slor, _ At Horace Mann sch.ool .p((' Edna Kclsey. geog.rlll)hy: Ion!, Mad· 1\llln"' muscle buildl.ng course Fresh Fruits and Vegetabl es Craig Furniture CO. NO SALES TAX SCI!. langllage. Rulh Froyen. reading. I Dahl Grocery Co. ' O rl\,e:ln-Markl't !'UOORING MAST STAFF BOS South " G" St. I nrlthnll'llc: Laura Hallgl'. InngJJage: I r,H'lyn MonS<J(I. geography: Valborl.": Slight changl's hal'e been made on Drake·.� Halr(""uttlng Shop thf' Moudllg Mast stll.ff for. the sprin� GflllcnKnmp's ; Nurbr . history. Thr following al"l' doing elldet work scmester, Illstelld of havlIlg an IIS- GrCt'naerc� I at the Pnrkland school socl[llc edHor. n nell'·S editor has been Golden Eagle Barber ShOI) . C Ott-0 I Juil:l Manllckc rending EI1l1e B('n- added. 'The girls' sporL� edU.or ' Is to Hartsook 's ' , son readlllg Gertrude SWnberg read_ write all artlcl{'s on. . .�Irls· alhlf't 1c.�. Hopf}('r K{'lh: $C I ing Rnd pCllmanshll) Nordl" Arneson. Tht" nl'W {cature edItor has nol, yet Jack·.s Griddle Jetltmd &. Pal_f'grutl You Are Most Likely to I reading and spelling Gertrude Brull been selected Monthly Rate $ 1 .50 Johnson·Cox Co. f i nd It at Iler rcadlng l\1r� Phvilis W\l1ne $1.50 Monthly KlmbIl.U's· la I rt I h I I sto $2.00 Men's Monthly Rate �::\� ��fa�l: :0:1;; �s r:�e1\lng a Llcn & selvig Lou Johnson • lat " r P lac{'m�� SOc _ _ _____ 0 Ludll'lg DTl.g Sto�e �:: � 5 ::::R I � ..-----I Mount."n H'gohwoly i!I r erhood r I I ���� ��:. ��� I n . < AlulIl i Notes �.. !��__ _, ____.__ ____ I "' -.r -.r A .... Parkland ·Barber Shop Mr and MI s R.'Ilph Kmltzen of SeParkland 9n.rage - aLlie are rec;elling congratulallons on ParklfUld Mercantile .: thc birth of I\. daughter. born January � People's I t g and be well fed Highll'Ar near splnaway i �;l Ut�:�. ��� ; :��: ��::I���I:g0;, �.(,�.� ; ��\��; ... . � � =�\t�:�g Co. .ROWN HALOY : .. . md"at,," lrom h", In 193'. Rhod,,· Broth,,, Paul Pteus; '35. left January 31 for Schoenfeld's ".--��---- IPJ Luther College in O{'cornh. IOII'a . Tacoma Engraving Co. · Bone Dry CU5tom 5ty1ed dress shoes SEE JESS & HAPPY Rhoda HokenstaCl. '35. has been seMe better lookmil. longer wearing Tacoma Laundry Co. t O s ra d leclecl. as Ii member of the University Tschunko's YAKI MA DRUC CO. . f �':��u� y �n., .. :�ra.:.�a��:� . . m���.,."�:� l��: r s O tw,ce the,r pnce �Iew�:�gto:\o'::��: �� :�:e� 3��� r�I.I �a��:ilj���. �=;�g�a:H���are ' . As . 7 1 S So. 3Sth CArland 0400 West Coast GroCerY Co. . again5t Ihc Unlv,�!"slty of Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Burton KJ:<'J.dler have @j Willlam'S service Station I l lustrated' @j <- announced thc birth of a daughter � Januar) 16 Mr Kreidler graduated Printers Stationers .., M....VTAG WASHERS from P L C In )925 II Engravers Olga. 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Pastors' Retreat to--End in Alumni Reunion Dele-pw-

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the features for the pro· Alumni actlvltles I� the ballbctwl.'en P. C. and St. . College t.o be played In the_ at 8 o'clock: Following the . the alumnne girl athletell the traditional girls' game. The biggest e\'enl of the Alumni Re­ union Is thl!· banquet dated tor Satur­ day 'evenlng" at lIeven o'clock to be ht'ld In the CGstalT Ballroom ot the Winthrop Hotel In acoma. MiSS HelThrnne. president of the "Iurnnl A.<,.<;oelatlon. wtll act toalltmllltreM. Member.; of the senior cl� are to be 10\\":\ Campus formally receh'ed Into tht; association. .. ! Chapel Speaker semcster' IIrC beIng Ilialined \\'llh the and Ihe response ",'m be made by ' ]a.'i8 president. E!('ctt'd from choice of ten studel� Ju"(fg? Ernest M. Card. Sl'nlqr election of lie'" Officers and ,the ap- FrI�Jor T8YCt, senior c suggested by the Cacult>·. Ber M)'hrt'. oC the Pierce County Superlor t polntment ot new gTOUP leaders. The . O. A. l' I n gelstad will give a tonnal prt's.1dent of the Associated Student "'111' speak In chapel 'I'hum.!ay. Febl"\l­ next , Drama Night is scheduled for greeting. to the .A.] umn!. body. will rt'present P. L. C. at the RI1 20 on tht' phases or hl� work In carrring out the theme. "on, Ola­ annual Lutht'rBn Stud�nt Union ccn\"Ided (or the pastor!;. � ' . On." stK'eches will be made by Monson. new])" clected president. dlator!; Harold NIlsen. bllSketbalJ captain of ����:h.toI=:'nh���t ��tr��:ryCO;�eg� Knitrvits in Jlogu.e Officers for the spring semester are the 1935-36 squad: Harold O'Conrer, March Mr. Myhrt' w\ll leAse ne:tt At. P. L. C. a� follows: vice-president. Ed SI/Inth: football captain: OScar Anderson, a !'ecretaQ'. Httf' n Scott: trl;' a surer. Ruth former P. bR..'lketbll.11 star: PJ:of. Wha!"s the fin;t thing lind \!brnrlan. Norell Nagel. At A. W. RIlmstad.A. who coached athletlCll The conventlon them(' I� to b(' "One �'e go t() a baSketball g""'--K"liti,og Sollie. me('tlng held �'e!!terday noon the 1925-1929: Mr. Myron Ringstad. Way to The Prt'ss A.o;.sociation What do we see when we ,'!sIt afollowing leaders were named by athletic coach during Hie years Conft'r('lIce will ('xt('nd through pal'st' room? Knitting! What Is the prt'sldl'group Sl'nior Play ""ill be presented n.t n t: Wadene Cn.lavan: with to 192 : MLu Lydia SUxrud. Night. during Cmduntlon ·Week. In­ Mr. R. E Haugan. Managl;'r of the con,· rsalion at breakfast. lunch. normal 5supervlser IUld women's stead ot earll�r In the spring. as Augsburg Publishing House at Mlnneaeducation Jnstructor during former ),ean;,. In\Lsmuch as the direc­ 192'1 to 1930; and Mr. Oltrford cur.; by !!torm. tor of this presentation ha� not yet hILS coached men's athletlCll We noticed thllt knitting was bttom­ bren named. the selection of a play Heuge nMl�tlng. The first three group Myron Kreldier and Norris ' ing \"er�' popular at Ihe beginning of leadl'rs \\'111 present one-act plays ilt has not been ('ntt'red upon. will be the timekeepers tor the school teMll. Then Interest slack­ the coming Drama Night. . The reguln.r class 1night pTOlJram. In­ ened:-lind knlttlngwns a thing ot the Dramp Club members named tp eluding class JU('. ..... 11. and propheclt's. past. But. now! It e\"ldently happened I� to be worked In on the �ame pro- ing \ '111 be FrIday e\'enlng 0;1 the properlr committee tor the over night. For' little spread .>;.Cn·t' gram. spring semester are E1�le Ba.rrett. the ne"' � rrom door to door. that knltA. commlttC!t' consisting of Joanna 1 o·o::lock. "Th('IheConscl O u.sneM of chairman. DagslaJl(1. subjl'Ct of bt' Pare ii, C(llumn S) ting wa� ··the·thlng" being done these 8tuen. andJohn Manollsos. Ed Svlnth. and Hatold An- Is to which Harold Nilsen. TIloSe In lContinued-on--da)'s. Boomlety. Boom! Out come charge of program Dr. B. M. derson hM been appointed by Presl- dres." s are Vefl)('r Bitter, nl g dt'n! FrllhJot TRyet to mllke inquiries Proft'ssor at Atlgsburg ' R e cOllct'rnlnj;:; cll\.<.S p.ln� and rlng.� neapolis. wl11 make. Thl;' ::� :.�� �;: Is�:aplied �� ���onrn�an,l]e:��:\��� �I��!�r:�:� :����e ���:�:;� :]��� H igh School Dorm Boys Imaginable. available }' .� Blllke, s ted MlIIt'r. Ne\'ella by as Enid Have Organized 51udy �trflnds of wool cling After the formal openlni. �pAce. and Marian �ohler will superL. D. R. l\1cctl'O Tomorrow lions. delegates art' Im'lted to a rc;ceptlon our darkShort blue sklr!.s whenever we sitto Ro....-;.costumell pI n y presentafor the Further of aid evening In the line I n Lo<,,) Church P.lr)ors whIch Luther College Is in charge of. down. study has been offered the high schoo] During Saturday panel sessions will There I� also thl;' romantic angle. 110M. L5. !lamed chairman of the dormitory boy!\.. In the torm of gov. AI Arne Tomorro\l.· afternoon MrS. Vicwr be ht'ld. Bert Myhre v>'ill d!.sew;.o; Frlend Dick has to stay Rome and $CaUng commlltee, wIth Obert Haavlk. ernment project. � study hall under the M :: � � � �d : � h: � �; : .: :: : � :y Dahle. and ��I��erO;·��S;;�·�e��ea).::.lo�a:! In �1:�es��t�n:a:::I�:' b::tn:n :�v:�: IIf;�c\dentalir. found a new Kathr)'n Rlggll. Hedvlg InLroduce a systematic period of cpnstudy which shQuld be greatthe guest speaker. dress of Prof. Theodore Huggen\1k ber of ollr happ)' family takl�g �d':dCI:,o���s:tS��d "::!:� to the students "...takeu St. Olat. Northfield, Mlnne!lOta. In the art of knitting. With a Volly Norb>' and MUdred Larson rromsubject Iii In charge of the make-up committee; is to be "'I1le Traged)' of more he "'Ill probRbly surpass also Included In those duties are Stanhi!! teaeher. But ,,'orst.- of all. when ley Ford and Roberta Torrlson. the ·Short. Circuited Life:' Sunday morning. (ollOwlng Commun- they )"arn to lecture haclasses will piny a plano solo. . . It The club plans to·give an opereU1I. Ion sen'lces, Pro!. Carl B. Ylvlsaker. looks bring as though guilty \'e been will alo;o g!\'e a. talk on the or �ometlme in the spring. . from C?nCOrdla College, . preach Inl'ected with those "knlttlng bug,",. the D. R. th r t l e h Conlnlittcc Naillcd �: ���e� c�ll:�e B::� ��;1 appear A.nd when our roomie. who has scofRev. S"arc Will Addres� In concert Sunday afternoon. Dr: fed And phOOt'd at knitting. quietly To Phin Saga Curniva� I\1i�sioll ' Sociely Tonight F. GulUxson, President of the surprises us by learning how to knit, wC! realize then that knitting, which El,ld Hutson hIlS been appointed by According to J�per Johnson. vice· !lnal convention address. Is a tangle of strings tI? us, Is rascinat- the A!ISOelnted Student Boord gel""!­ preslden't, the Mission Society will meet It Is planned' to have a ,greater stu· Ing. It must be a proud .thrlll to hear ern] .chalrman of the committee In tonight tit seven o'clock ·In the reerea· dent part�lpation than that made friends Ia.uding the lovely sweater charge of layIng -plans tOI"" the annual previous convenUons. The L. S. or whale.verUon room. articles we have knitted Saga Carnival. She Is to be MIItSted Rev. . .Svare. college pastor, Will pays one·hal! of· the P. L. C. when we display them.by Judy Benaon and Verner Bitter. on "MIssions." Oak expenses; the remainder of address the group Girls have formed k.nJtUng clubs. and This committee will set the date and Ot.ness will give the IICI1pture rHdJ.ng Is raised by .the stud.ent boys' have composed knitting songs, commence &Oon In "'orklng out plans Mr. AUen was educated at Chneva and lead In prayer: La\l � Morton year WJlllam ,P.t]ueger !-nd If It h� inspired them to do this.. for this big affair. the proceeds ot College In Beaver. 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Hele,. Holteamp Norma �� BOYS' SPORTS' rorroR . - Bob M.riln OlRLS' SPORTS· EDITOR - Elizabeth Stum COnnie Clumb FEATURE EDITOR trene Odell. Marie Lien TYPISTS _ COPY READER - - _ - Lenore Withrow SPECIAL WRITERS _ Jack ()dey, John'Drelbelbls REPORTERS-Margaret LI1�n, Thelma Daniels, Norman· Elv" Ik'rgman, F't'edrlcka Schlanbusch. . F'rj.('. R�11 Frye, "U�INESS STAFF BUSINESS P-tANAGER : - PrlthJof Tayet ADVERT.ISINO .MANAOER - J('Im-M'nr1e FOwler CIRCULATION MAN,AOF.:R _ Margaret Cralt CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS - Romc;ia RUst.

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WEI.GOME, I.UTHEUAN l'ASTClUS! Bt'ginning Thllrsduv , is ' lh(' I'aslnrs' Hptreul. - whidl' \'· ill inctl ltlt' 01;'(' or tilt' mosl important ('tilll'ut ltl11nl l1ll't'li ngs 1l111i spirilual t'oll\'{'nl iulls Ihnt has t'n'r hl't'll 'Iwld nil this l'1llllp(IS. Quuting President o. A. Tingt'isl:ul, "Th(' pUr(lUSC uf the Bully is tu Ikt'pl'n uur uPllr('l'ia­ , tiuu IIf Ihe spiritual import of otlr wurk for tit" l\.ingdllll1 uf our Lurd antI. ut the Halh·, tn visunlizl' the illlllH'ttiute pUr'l of thl' ('olll'gt' ill tht' wl!rk prllgralll IIf our Luthl'rall Chureh 1111 the Pndric Cllast." A lour of . Iht· CIITUPUS will bt, iliaciI' hy the i il 'if _ �· : . .� :�,ll���:�'�i;l�t .I/ 1:1�:, t��-, ,! UtiS work or pasturs nml frit'litis nf til(' ("lIlIq.((' in the pust; it is otlr hllpc that this "'lIrk ('un ' l n I ' ��)IJ��t. "(�,,: r�;1 ( �����t'::: ��:�d � �: ;�·II ;l\II, :�.n::: sm'cess of ils tldivitil's, und 'in offering liS II Christian ( lineation whit'h its fotJlul('rs int('nd­ ' ('d for us,

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If a �ubJtct like "5tudel1t· ��·· can be aired in " high..... . . �� =���a in Tothe-Luth�r".n paaton, who wlD 'u· bro ..", classroom. It should be pennlMtble to menUQl1 regArdt to the new mode of theatre something about It In-a lo.....bro..... COll¥l1n , , , At flnt they ' fllre? Th� popular belief that students <;('mble under Amertcan Lutheran Con· , torether f('rence auspices, the College w�ren't pArticular ho�'tri�-boys:came d�ssed In the �hy a�av from anithlr'ig tinged With wlth,local trlend_,s In Parkllmd'Rnd :r-�Inlng hall, but when a few of them appeared b�erooted {he �u�atlonal WM pefhap� true some �ma extends special "\bospltallty lor Rnd 'wrapped In bed sheets, those in charge had to Ul.k� yeArs ago, Today. however. th� aver- Thursday and Prtday and expreMe:s the knows, wl'lat.he wants In the ,hope: that Salurdaf's ral!)'. rollowln,g their (i�lgCrs out of,the bOwls long enough say' some- Rgl' stude of cnterta.lnmmt, and his pickings th splr1tual retreat of the two pre' thing about It' . . , It serms that'tAble manners had a part WAy (' are rtot altogether" bad: " ifIlt� , to play, too (one thing abput eating In the kitchen: If Today the "yout.R and beauty revues," c('dlngIn days\may abo command&lnterely · ful erest, ,The Cc;lIIC1j:e. 11; n ' n �r ln th p �� Pro��btY "O" �'n ) the hlp-CTRCktng rtIu.le-daule, type wishes tto put first. thinp f11"l1t. .180 on_ "','","' I , ,O' " � � ,'o. ..� I'�hl " , h'.,,,\,...?, '.... .... ,.p.n"" o, . t' "" h.d '.)rlni pM.5ed up by the campus boys l aslon , and to proj«t our edu­ �'n! ' for vehlcles like "David Copperfield " t,h !' ocx '� d '�:'" t P ' nd � �n '' 'n b" : tod� JI»�� • " hO :.�. m:':., . m� n , , , I, !�: , .h. .,.., .. ,, o. "Tnle of T90.0 ClUes:· "Captain Blood> ('al1011:al problem.agalilSt the dlsUnctly . """ bickgronnd of a fuller and ""'nrvIt and· how 4' ,'I} .. " how you eat, In you eatI , It . . , There "The Crusades.·' an(t..d)e like, in other c�plritual lea �r ,·IKon of the ,KingdOm of God Isn't a bunch In Ute U, S. who can wear s.....eatshlrts like .....ords. they're , � ..Ing up the alle}'s . aSked to show Intelligence, and are going In via the fto'lt..door to I'Imon� us and· In.. u. ,While t�e prop, L, C, studes . . . They ....ere but. the boys were afraid of appear1ng d'l'U : . . � they s.!t In the balcony and not In bald.head !l'ram IS entirely In the h�d' of �erln en e th r n e k �:�h��� �:�to� !� ��I:��' � : �I:� ���:)�� d1:��t , ·b·U���: :.e::�� �=�� �:,f: row, ----, :�:;� �': '�V��:h�' :I�: �;;�::�: �:�t���IC: a���� P;:�;;!�"I;s%���";.;'--o , \)a,...toral t;Onferenc,e, eanin0' us \ T.o Cfja'r�el 7:l l} l' ' p ace-from the 'c 11l.��Umled-to--gtnl friends other lhan pnstOM\, the k!ck!n� POSt ' .to ch'olr practice, lind you 're supposed tq 'if smile fit the progress the world Is making" , I taJce As children of Ood: the danger is not Collrge rxtend:o: an urgcnt Invlla �!on to my hal off to 'em n'd take my hat oft to anybody who In the world which QQd holds In the prcsf'nt at 'the Rally on Saturday h n . e ' t. g In IL) b �d � �o: ����;,,:���:� �u�:; �O\�Wo�� ��a�t�:in �����;: !f ����� �::I ��!g�� subject for the (orm willing, God l, . 1\ 1 up that danger of building We have 'OERT Bfl,UNNER SA}'.'; whenever she and her friends pattern of life. Small wonder that �onsldcr.ntlon, The public III also cat Ice crenm thcy think 01 YOUI'll truly . , , Wonder who there Is such a lack of faith, Then, we hl'ftrtlly Invited to . heflr Professor the)' think about when they drink coffee ! . , " LESTER LUrll to our religious pattern and for- Pflueger's addreAA on "A Lutheran HOLTE 1:0: a rural, Andols proud of It. He say.'; his father get for the moment that Ood answers WO,rld Vle\li'" Th\lr�RY evening fUld the R,dd�s or Pnstor Ylvl!iAker "nd PM� own:o: farm In the country {which ' I� a nlw place for' prayer, farm to be l , . , 1"11 bet OLEN OUSTAFFSON and The �lIabilll}' of the world does not tor Elmer M, Johnson at scven o'clock I.OIS MAE MORTON had a.. premoriltlon that their lie upon an)' lAW, but upon the pro'll� Prlday e'lenlng· a preliminary to Saturday's program, namcs \I.·ould '?e found here after meeting the writer dence of Ood. dUrll)g, a "cold" walk some few nfghts ago off the campu.\ -the miraCles of Jesus are� just as To all ahimn! and fonner students. the College extellds the �'/l.rm and ten. . , 1111\t p!e:c{!. of pottery moulded by HENRlETTA real today! of a �other . O'NEILL, nnd on� In purple and \Ii·hlte design. are ri. prime When blessing! come. let us learn to der greeUr:'g and ....eloomc to children �'ho return for a· visit. to bit of workl �IR�IP , . , SOme of the H. S. ,kids shouldn't say. "It comes from above," be so blue a�t.. �ot being recognized more by the P. L, C, Prof, J, p, Pflueger, their home. The Alumni , Reunion ls .studcnt bod)\ 4. blue�lld green don't. go good together) Thcre lire (our mountain peaks of In truth Homecoming. T.he COllege , . Just �a�se CIf'lJE GRTh1:STVEDT s90'allo.."ed his truth Is again fighting hard for Ita rightful In,John 3-16. place In the sun; dnd the sptrlt of the tonsils IU\d tripped aU o'ler hlrnseJ! when he met MAR- I. Ood's lo\'e tJo\'e worldl p, L. C: Oladiators is needed In all Olll IAN K<;>HLER 'iq the"tii;)j' da.ys .upon hours ago, Is no 2, Ood'lI gift (gave son) you can, ahd rel\SOll for linking the two names 'together, Is It? , 3, God'S Invitation (who so e'ler etc,) circles, Come as early BERT rccel\'oo valentine. and· a china. doh from stay through the' Sunday meetings 'to ) e s life ,Ood's ·prom\. (everlasting unknown admirers , , , and we'll bet that those admirers 4,Kcep your eyes on Christ and you glye and to i.et Insplr.a(\on, were Margaret Craft and Eugenia Spencer! . . . you :o:ly wil l make R straight furrow t.hrougll To all parllclpants In the programll, lIaie rascnJs! . ' , The pink knit sweater ROBERTA TOR- life, He Is the same now . tomorrow, to the dlstlngu!shed s peakers from the lh h ! Middle West In particular, and to Ute pa r nd forever, ��u�::n��: e:e�:lri� � ,w�: �:;;:: a :I;� R :::' Rev, E, L, Scotvold chaplain preacher at the Reunion Setdoesn't build a nesl In onc of the slee,',', ' You can lose your health and rep vice, our very 'own, the College tend�rl grateful thanks. For lock of pr1vaoy, one of the gold fish owned by the gain It: you can lose your fr1ends and ItsWemost humbly lm'oke the bli.sslni ot the D. R, 0, fell sick , , . NOVELL NAGEL gave the thing regain them: you can lose your pos. Triune 000 upon all thesc meetings. ' castor 011, and It dIed . , , that'll the halibut. , , . By the sessions and reialn them; but never ' :0 Him alone aU gloryl way. those gold fishes are exteos1ve tra'lelers. acoordlng can lost. time be �galned. God says '·Be sUI\!" Why does He O. A. TINOELSTAD, to the official feeder-they travel aroUpd the globe every want you to be stili? That you may da}' , , . CHET SOLIE and THELMA NESS will now h I o slni that sentimental duet: "Cheek to Cheek." . , TOE­ k .'= PO== == SS'= NAIL DESCRtPTION:.Arnold Anderson (The Difference '::n� �t ;: :=� went out Into r: TA= OT=H===1 U.nd"== That a Few Cents Made) . . , SCREEN PERSONALITY: the desert to ·be alone with and to pray S HEALTH ANDWICH to QQd , In the present. "hustle and BILL CAPPS ("Anything Goes") , , . TO EVELYN EK­ lOc LUNL> roes the little prtze blanket -tor belng the ace bustle" we foriet to pray. "B� sUlI and know 000." cla.ssroom predlcament-getter-outer . , Even RAY HIN· Prof, J. U. xavl � DERLIE or lONE MADSEN could -not have 'covered things up beautifully as she dId In that Principles of W, A, A. CANDY SALE Ed period , , , From mountaln cabin interior to a Chinese joss hou.se to an attrae!ve layout-that·s been After tMe ShOW the progress of the girls' day room, A swell piece at AlIce Cook will be soIn chal'ie of a til, " work In spite of my stuttering , , , We'll' bet ALMA STO- candy sale to be spon red by the·W. A, A., whlch wW be held at the bBS� · LEE was In 10\'1' with the photographer who took the " "RIDDLE' JACK'S St, when night rIday F picture thot appeared In the TImes a few .day's- back­ ketball game , ' Wn, her expres.'llon was that heavenly! ' MuTT FRYE, Martin's ColierI' plays p, L, C, Her 91 3 Commerce St. '; @j Helen Blake. Enid be will asslstanLs BUCKY O'CONNOR. and HAL NILSEN.are each going to give a two-minute talk (toast, speech, lecture-take }·our Stark and Mar1e Wenbel'i pick) at. the alumnJ banquet Saturday , , . who &I',ys athletics don't h�lp a guy! R Fouftt.," �!r::, �h�1 Won Anything in the way TODAY S FABLE: Once upon a time l!1e p, L, C. chOir $1 00 bch waJlr.� up' the stalrwa)' to the scene of action Without of Flowers · making a sound . , , POME: Now. IIttJe freshman, don't Ru" B'd, , Lobb, you cry-you'll ha'le a carriage like HAL JOHANSEN by and by . , , SCREEN PERSONALITY: Th�1ma Dan­ , lelll I U·You Could Only Cook> , . Our Hallway Wouldn't Anders Florist Be a Hallway Without: LAURA HAUOE'Schuckle, Henry Olson and Kathryn RJggs, Fred Heany's "thick-soled Shoes. Ellen Bergstrom·s hysterIcal giggle, or Bob MarLIn over the drinking fountain , . Miss Johnson should post signs, like the following In her office for the benefit ot thlrd-yearers: "Adoptions Not Considered," "No Camp Fires Allowed," :'Bring Your Own Blankeu," "The Man­ agement Reserves the Right to Limit. Vlslts After the Sheet Music FIrst 24 Hours:' and "A Boy's Best Friend Is HLs Moth� Musical Instrument er," ,: ' , ' U the school 'should catch fire : VERN �­ ZEN would first sa'le his plies of debate no�s; ARCHIE Supplies PEOPLES STORE would probably rush down to the receptlon ·room and Radios: Refrigerators ' warn Dutch; , STAN FORD would stop long enough In Washers Beattle to tel�phone and ask ,how the fire 'l!"Ba' COmini; HAL NIL8:EN would dl\'e tnto the kitcheJ). and gobble up the rest ot tbe beam; and I would calmly select a choloe 'coPy from qtt the resenre· sbelC 1n the lJbrary without .

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� Olso,! oUlce to .5eej.,wh�t ad\'lce "'e In another �f the girls' Interclass bu· o\,cr. the O!adt�teif hoop SQuad have could Coming do.....n lhe home stretch, the a � '\I.·h9 has made ketbaU games, On Monday the cham�trengthened their grip on the JunIor a SUC�.get5S offrom Glad!:ttor's han' yet three more . hurdles this. business of coacl'llng . plon�hlp i Collt'ge Conference, championship. game will be played betw«n clC'ar before g!llning full J)OSSess.lbn· d e e t � R::;'!nt�set ����ew:�: :��:��:� the second year normaliles lmd ttie " r the trophy CUI) dQJ\at� by the YaC :�� �� � � t: n; :�:���� ������� �:�� d. Chamber of Commerce. This t Job : the �roverblal memory,ot,the third year sq)Jl\ O,. IIa,J "ob.w Ingham Normal last Friday nlght"in (Ielephant. a t nnd most of the q1!-aliHes of The present raUngs of the-ueams (Guest'Columnlst) . th� Whatcom gym. �:!:�'u:�\.t'�:· �l�nl�g �e f:�f:= are e er t ' rk b tale for three )'ears. ,yon ....t : :��� c���:������:: �::n :.;�� Third d ::c:�;� :��:� gU��: :o ���: . e�:�·po���:H��: out �',e;,.�hr���.amotellrs i��eWUh Tonight P. L. C. hoopsters w�li whet S,hf:� 3 o year or Injured (tellngs." casualties. " ," ) the Vikings TI atta s cnted ee pre t smooth to a Off ck. ' l _ l hl'lr appetite for the oncoming Con- taking control. It lOOks like Bob Martin finally pierce the tight .Gladiators' de_ Belle,'e It or not. but a. coach cor.. .Seco�d )'ear 1. trr;ence games when the)' mert the will have to do some cle\'er writing to 'fense "ror a 32"25 fln, High SChool siders his work nearly done' If he can. LI e l rts . - 1 5eRttte Coll�e In a non-conference :egaln the lost prestige of thls column. At the ' start of the game P. ·L. C. asse A hL! players upon locaUon Fibstra ear ' 0, lilt on the former's home floor. AttOrd. This little n'st period of six '\I.'eeb "'Ill j�l>ed t.nto 4 t� 0 lead. but field Ilt fnble upon UrnI" '\I.'IUlout t y . '3 IIIg to the or their llre\'wus give him tl�e to write to a certain lilLie goals by...Can'er, Dombroski. and Van.. 105.".theof agreed )'ur normals numbers, It Is Ule P. Last. week the third tr.lcas, this game Is ,looked upon school 1.enm b), Ule ' der�led the hl&'h L. C JllI i1,l Portland. explaining how he . menter'S firm belief tbBt It he dergriehd ga,'e the Vikings a SC\'en to �me.....h:lt of a breather for our hoop_ too first year lost from busy to write becaUse or his basket- four lead. From Ulen on the hUl top-. had iMt o�e hair from his head for score of 12-4: The "Iers. . . of o 6 the by -29. � re SC ' l arts !Iberal the athb311 absent-minded some Bob trme ry e e,' prowess. tront. In out stay to ' ' The ..01l0 .... lng FrIday on, P. L .. C:!! and I n'ad ),our-YesmaU. "Adler" F'r)'e pe 'S mA-naged Solie I� the scoring �fh. nine lete forgot to show up on time or mlssrnaples. begins the fll''5\ of the thrt'e The object of the sudden change Of' poChet l0"l!:.. while NILsjn, Can·er. aqj:\ Pence e<! a tr�ln or bus. his he.nd would be remrunln games ....hen . he. Gladiators de,'old of hair as the face on )'our "�allen . p' � 'IIam scribes In thl" column I� to get the per- end; scored eight points,.. -. - �ngle-,.,iLtl. · � ... SL MartJ� $.c CoUeae.. ..lLs. .. � li. . sonl'll--pctn�r::--n ew at so'me 01 the . ..Lind.lQ.�: alarm clock. May. this be a wlemn U " being the ,homecoming game. Coach - -----:- P:""'t:;- C;- .....arninl to all Gladlal�1'S Illtth� f�ure. thrills and reactions that . occurred Belllnllham AU LEATttU SHOtS O l'S9�1s decl8:edl}l amdous to have during as our coach' s h,!l r Is even now becomSOlie (4) F Vander:grlend Ill) P. at careers our C. L. athletic charges In tip·top form. HO�e}'er, believe my gn'atest t.hrill was when Dombroski (6) .. ...F . .. .. III Leask Ing an object of nl,htly sCrutiny and . " The Store with the Yello� Fro"'" . a ' . .. ucky" O'Connor kicked a field goal, Carver (8) __...__ ......C -.--... (8) Nlls�n worry. ::I�!�:''t�! �:��drs :fon����e �.helr cham· "B .,din. quall,l.. of play to �e- Stutz (6) . ..-_. . 0 ......Tomm ' And R coach·.s �alr Is not all tha� "hmoul for.ndouht Ifyl.I" bf('aking scoring offell� �:l� :tI�;; in theB Inst fewa minutes � � e ) c e � P defl'n e. the Norse mentor need have ���e �!I�:� ::. �:�t.�� t:m�lg��; :��:�e;I;�·�h���"J." ; ��� �:�I�=� Crain Le.,h" Sh_ Jo, I t�: �: ���:::� f7���I�':��� c.t. y·ourWin'''' hnll' �ear of disappointing the "grads." uted Normalltes later defested C. P. Lutheran. Ford. Thompson'� (21.. .Walr .t noor. You ha"e doubtless heard the . AIproxlmntelY a week }ater, Fe�ru:�S. 14-0. Another thrill tnat '1 l't'eaJ.1 • . . . e. '\P resslon-" .!i cheery as a football _ CALLENKAt.4P·S A after hIs team has . :_7. P. L. C. plays host�to Aberdeen wa... three seasons ago when I returned 011 the same trip north the. Gladl�t- COllch's household 1 1 1 1 Bro.1dway Junior College. Although previously ors swamped Mount Vernon JunIor lost the big game." Not every coach �"",",,,,",,",...-ri touchdown 8gRinst Lln- Co ge by )1.46.14 score. Charlie Leask has !l wl1e who can calm the wounded defeated ;>y the o\'cr-crnzed, confer- a klck.off' for akno ..... It .tne red.head up I('dllethe l'llce-co�scI9US "Swedes." Aberdeen Is ifnield.the Istadon't I. to make me feel1 countersbarrage of baskets wIth nine spirit. of her 5pouse and e\en make him . . I'xpt'Cled to display high caliber t)1)e prouder orndsnothelped believe that after all It \lion t btl long I do know thllt but of play. which might upset the dope had often dreamed of doing such a Lineups HOUSE OF FLOWERS until nellt y�1lr and a dlfterent out, Mt, v�� come If the Gladiators aren't up to What football player doesn t" So�e L. C. Coach Olson has. A �ood T.com.', Leadlnl Flowe, Shop Dropping the curtain on a nlghl) thing 13J n F Tacoma-Made Flowet5 l � Buy l heavy the ( gre nd wives s disappointm many coach M \lias the I ( 8) (5 ) ll ger �uCttss.ful season. the p, L, C casaba mablllty aorestsomething toentschedule footsteps of the defeated coach a slg� S Pac Ave at 50th GAr 05 1 4 a � (9) :) �;,cen nal ( � stars Journey to ch Centralia, is \li h l \li to hide the baby lest it grow up during lth game p 8 C the P S a.st ( .lk,) (2) G � . : the scrne of their last game of the t\liO �asons The) tell me It \lias t1- To n/en (1) Hanson IIolth the Ingrained Idea that Its daddy z 2) year. Is an ogre nUlIcial disagreement but I hale heard Je�:, ��:;� � �n 6 TIt L. C rumors that the C P S COR('hlng staff 4 \�lJe � Ford 2 Mt Vernon , Mat You have all seen the mental and Gym Frolic strategy the s 1 )(Collon Sprouse Hanson and ph}slc al tortures- a football coach un· Member United Purity Storu dldn t think It lIoould be good . Mcen,\ , ...--;> nt s e Parkl.nd An all.gtrls' gym frolic has been :: schedule a post season game ....Ith GAr 3B 1 8R5 , ����� !� : ; �:r: b �� � ';\. ::C� ::7:: scheduled for Friday. March 13. The Another dlsnppolntment. to me and On their Inva.slon of Eastern Wash- ently doing the wrong thlng�t the right 1....'------,---1 ���A��� :: will plan. the activities the rest of the SQuad. wa.s our 10M to Ington the Glads were also successful. time. whUe h� feels the remedy for the I f�� . ElIrnsburg Normal lhls year. Thls was bringing home a 31-27 victory to fur- situation lies III the power or his good PARK LA N D 'CARAC'E b I e a a ha r an th I t Shell Gasoline .nd Oil ��UI� �:,.; ����5��t ��:� := �I\:: �.�; ;:p� �al �I�:��l::�� ;a��: :��I��. :e ��::���!t1�=c:I��: Dependable Grfluin(( won games to. where our opponents land center. played an outsta.ri:dlng parently has to be a paSt master 10' the LAUNDRY AND GENERAL REPAIR on Pare to Column 4) CLEANINC SERVI<;E ���e::da�h:�h��e�e a��:lsoS��o���e �:;�Is�:I:�� scoring tourtffn points !ConUnued .. . One humorous Incident that I ,,'111 Hunt of Yakima also turned in a tine aJwa)'s rt'lr.ember dur�g my athletic gdome for the losers. The game was & AL ARNE w d d r. a n d in School Representative ::� I� =U::d �� :o:�o�:� �:� :�':ea; te�: �:��g����d� �� . Dir�;�����rs �;':'�'��t � � � �� O ' TACPMA'S � UNDRY �� "�I�r;�� y...... c:,P�I :';:� OIL CAS ; ��:���xm� ' Pantorium Cleaners the head. A lIttle bit groggy at1.e'r theted SOUI' (3) ... .......P... __,,(3) ErnsdorU ... . game. he got on the bus and we star Leask (2) ..P ___(3) B�ennan � . ;; II; for Portland. About five minutes later Nilsen (14) ...........___C___ . ........... (8) Hunt � Brookdale Lumber Co. ..III,..'''' ..,..� ,..III ,.. "� .�'''� "....IIII ''''III .. "� . .. IIII ''''III ..'''18 5 ...... ....."."." � IIII IIII..� t! \li'e ...lIro... """"'" .-...;;� ,/l went through a small town and he Tommervlk (.4') ...0 ..__.. ...:i 5) Oilliam � Mount.in at Brookdale Hia:hway CAND� f� H sg�&{���TAIN .. .....(5) Ro&s ! � W�OO A COMPLETE LINE OF � asked me what the name of It was. I Jensen ($) .....___ ...G. T 381 1 15 ; REPAIR WORK � told him it was Portland. He said It Subs: P. L. C Larson. Thompson. : '38.1 7 South Yakima G,A.. 9643 Weldl", . ·Speclalty � sun' took us a long time to get here. Ford: Yakima. 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f'I·om hie H the)' "':Cn! n�t In favor of ieS"("nlnl Its Z. FTt'sh�an Composltloll .," Hui.19fT of Ch-U.lzatton amount", bill tht')" felt a Ix'ttrr dls!rt· 3 Indudl.ns ClarrnCt'. Robert. Enlyn, bUllon of the timE' element ccu�d. be of. BloiOfl:Y 2 and Mildred. ""UI lilli, "The · Spring ('(f«ted-by brt'nking courses, down Into 5.. 0rientAtion . 2 Sollg" 9,'rlllf'n br J>tor�y Ora.nger. fmd . 1l the more h;a:lish-e. shorter Pt'rlod. b. I. {ReIlg'lon . '- ' 5 "Ah .SWt'l't tystcry of LIf(''' by Victor posltlon -'Frt sl u ' Com 2; nsll . February 28. dent. � who wert' MkM that Q,ue!tlon. . . O[ the t\1:enly-flve persons asked the · · Ch·UI;uitlon of rY Hist 3. negath·. '" e !I Herbert. Mr. l,("wls O. Hllnter 'ho was oon('-ga, ey qut'stlon, s�nted (M'or studt-nu most that btUC\'C Th h ' the opln· of. Biology g F'rldR), e\'('nin�lll n. 28· Rt eIg l a mOJ"t'. Intensh'e schedule of COUI'&'S am9,"tIr. Sto"ep: "enlured only O u a ·I �.cI�k . �n aII -�hOOI parly. sponsored' thnn Is�o9,' the practice. FI, � :'o� ,a;�e �������n� :!le���rS. w�(�I: Ion that lh�lrodu{'lloll of the" Qunr· ·c. I. Rellglon,+ . )" t C �rd of Control. 9,111 be gi"en classes o,·e.. a shorter .period of·e.hour tet systelll 9,'ould be more In k('eplng 2 . Biology V . . " t'll'Cled aL.the bRnquet. time . Bob M'o�_ are felt by· these P . All resen·aLIOlls.for the bRllquet mWIl to better �n'e \\'IUl unh·l'r.;lt�··practlce throughout th'e '3. Art :n� hr,.1:1•tp'�: SfI��mnaslum nl of the student eir Intl'rests nnd. eople be tonduch'e of bet. cou�l'y_ Notel\'o'rihy Is the fact that t. Prillcipletl at Math 5 bI' made by. call1llg the -oollrge off\I'(' b:'i". and El en Bt'rgstrom ....are co- th ler sludy �Rblt.s. ·than the present nont' Iho�t the demands of. the col- .5. Public Spenklng, .3 1 no lal�r IhRI1 Thur5da),. c n nnen ln charge of arrangements. three-hour da.Mes extending o,'er the Irge upon himself or his Ilml' were SundRY morning at Nt"f'n o'clock l!ear if Joanna Manou505. Thel�n Daniels. per}oo of clghtt't'n . weeks. one snld: ceMh·('. Each desired only to secure 2 the Alumni rl'l lllol1 9,'1\1 conllnue whtll al Johansen. and Ed SVlnth are In ··The long.er s)'stem otters R serious the most · for himself arfd to aid In a. 1. Religion · Re,', Cllrl FOMI. a f0'll,er P. J... A. IItll­ 3 Z. Hrnllh Education chal"Rl' ot the . entertalnment. Margaret i11dllcemeflt io procrnstlnatlo� on the building a beiter and tont.lnuaUy pro3. F\mdamental.s�bf Mu.sIc Craft I:r; plnnning the p:�m num- part of moot �udent..... I thlnii. Ihat the gres.�h·e. modem school . · 3 d;n\. will deU,'er the formal sermon Introd.uctlon tl} Fine Arts . 5 at the Trlnlt)· Lutheran Churt;\l. !n '; \ O�'.".' : Id n"lt�tions WIII. be Is.�ued by re.ductlon of Ihe cours�-perlod from Follo�'lng I;; a .prognun of cou�s ln 4. Elrc 5 Parkland. He Is al!;O a . former Park, . ,��orb).; .tI'e I'lghll'f'n to t9."f'I\.e ".�k!I. ""ould elim. the Normn( department- arranged Ott b 5. Religion .pl\.'Itor. The church choir'. dlTIlf' rrfreshmenl commlttC(' . 32 ·Ialld head- lnate the lag that I�"nrtably appears Ih� Qu:utf'r system, It Is suggested b�' : 2.1 . Hulth Education. rectl'd b)' Mn=. CIIHard O. Olson. will ("(\ by Judy Brnr.on. who 9,ilJ be a.�lst· for 1-1\'0 or three Wf'f'ks �t the beg n- nn' ·of the students who bl'eame Inter. 3 sing " They That. .809,' 'In Tears shall i e1;ted In the original Question. Strtk:lnt; 3. Music Methods f'd by Norma Pr�us. Aida Johnson. Bob nmg of the Sl'ml'ster and the same time 5 Reap In Jo)" · fronor the Cl'tntata. "The M3rtlll. Che ter Soilf'. and P3lmrr' at the,beglnnlug ·of th(' second nlne- "are some �r its futures. First. not . 5.4. General �YChO� . 5 Hoi)' Cit)·" Under the guidance of S.telro. Other� committees are: decoraks.. For my5('U. I Rm sure the more than fh'e subjects lit any.. slngle . 1. Elective wee . Mr.;. Kenneth Jacobs. Ihe. Junior Choir Religion lions. EnId Hutson. Ray �e�d. Stan change ;" ould keep Interf'�t. at higher quarter: second. thirty 9uarter hours c 5 will also sing. rd. Verna Tegla�,d. J�c Walters. 1f" 'f'1 and. in Rd d/tlon. grt'atly Inf)uence of t"lectl\'{'� cQmparl'd \0 .the plt'St'nt 2. EdUcatlon�1 Ps)'chology :a Sunday Rftcrnoon at 2:30 ·o·clock. the . nd Hazel H?gf'tup. c �an nr.-J'Oll n �d(!"(!lopmCTTt-of-my-� l!.:eo.t..r.:.w::i-n and IImllef! to the St'(:ond . 3. Oeograph} 5 ··Cholr of Ihf' Wellit" will appear for \ SLue �IOYd Th�pson. Onry Pfluf'- habits : thnt Is one of the Ihlngs for .and lhl�-}'t'ars: third. 5S-QtIlI.l'n! 4. Electh'(' . . Haavlk. l1-�rt:and Ulwotmer members r:cr. :Jr,lnne AmI'. And Obert ThJrd i'ear present. 144' hours compared to the w;,\ch I am going college." · ��e--··AIl .pecUlc plAns Are being kcpt Otht'rs rlCpres.sed td 2 of thl' �holr W!1� Join In lI A.t rellsons for fourth, brt'aklng the science In� s. 1. ReUglon �lmll . ;! 5 fln�1 number ·'Beautlful. SRvlor:" He,· . �crrt.: ask e�:.en·olll' to comr WCRr· their preff'rence . Some I)('lle,·ed' the .three ·part.,: first qURrter. lectures 2. EdUC,fltlonal M�lISurement.s 5 J. P.. Pflurgcr. Alh'lsory member of the !Ill; ()ld clothc!!. statrd Ellrl1 Bcrg- present systm Is unfAir. especlnlly ·In nnd slldffl: second Q,iarter. lectures and 3. Prlnclplri of TCll:chlng 5 Alumni Board. wUl lead In devotion. regard elCAllllnnllon.�. nley. claim lnborator)' work: t.hlrd quarter. labora- 4. Elective· that the n\'crngc I\\'o·hour .cll\S.� rl'· tory work: fifth. breaking le ·teach- b. 1 . Religion nI U st qun l t G c a Ralph A. . l;Iorr Speaks . I � .�: ��:�c\,:�:�I�)"�:�� Q ell or � Junior Gj rl � ·t o ive �� ��:�n;:tI:\: �;'d ��e �:�\�� ���. e����cl�'I�: �t� t�:�I:n!;. ·At Cha ll�1 EX� r,:is es :;; 5 WafTlr 5llj)per Sundn�· 4, Electl\'e lion Is just as estensl,· e I,ll SC9pt"'. AgRln. qllartrr. ob..�n·atlon and tf'chnlques: . , it was claimf'd Ihll.l most t"'o-hour third q-uRrt�r. cadet ten.chlng. confer- c. 1 . Cadet Tf"Rchlng snd D\scuAAion . 7 ' Mr. Rnl h c g According to Norma Prell!i. president. 5 2. PrincipIi'S of Education ourses appear to be 10ng�r onel< con- enCt' nnd discussion c11\.SS. man rro: Sto��t��I\f��=�� �:e :t�: .cdensed 5 Ihl' Trinity Junior Ou'lId III plRnnlnj:: 3. EI('("th'l' Fir:5t Year n�c�....ltate more prt'para. del}t body and faculty during the tion thanandIs equnbly a waffll' :r;upper for Sunday evening IIoun fair. All elCpreMect (;o� chApel hour IMt Thursday. The sub155 or 15i from 1h'f' to �ven o 'c1ock In the Tri3 jt"Ct of hi:r; !!J)('ech 9,'as Abraham Un- that they weN- 9,'illlng to do the ""ork: a. I. Reilgion nity Chureh I)arlors. Pegg), Ramstad and Dawn McCtnna11llervielf);1I1l Conch O!sou 'Var Council 'Men Luther · League Election CO.I'�err is a guiding spirit Within. . l 'l FT1)m Pa� 3�1 �:: a� �,a��I��:� �:c:�or:�d -r:�:p�: n pr I h r at- the Collegl! :�hl:� ;::: , ts A ddress Studen r :e�. �7n:�� �a: :r�:: g Johnat Snglu!'n.IR a .m!'mi>t'cho.�n pre�� . coffer Is filtt'ell cenu: fh'e cenu will art of apl)t\!'d psychology . 10 us that heredity ha.... a great deal ��: � k� � ut r X::��: wafne. � � . In compliance IOlth .requests trom How(','er. our Intnvlew wa... drawing be chnrgl'd for each additional 10 do 'IIo.tth our lives.. I.t may be 5ll1<\ :l.m�th�� ;:tl�. �:ld y � ThL� supper l, for the spedal bene . t' of dlscU5.'Ilon In(ormal an �tudents for th .of,el heard and yet not close n had to of Lincoln that he one who dared ' e 'fit of the alumnI. result of an informAtion that ' ·had been ex�ctlng. to do right Md who was loynl to Dod �:f' ?� ��ld::bf';!:ed�I��� ���a �:w:iili I�ce . which came as a nd r ,. =0 = .= , = == .= == .= i. r: . a�:I;pec:��:r����:��eM�����;_ as ��reUi ry. �nd Relph Bolstad for t�e �Z�:sd��:. f,�b�a� ��. ::�� �::: ··But Coa�h. how about the Importance � dutIes of treasurE'r \ cro�.-CI1r1�tlan Church pastor at Pu�'· of 1)la}'s And systems ; we always Pdtromze Our. Advertisers- tlon as a compa.s.� on ship to guJde . RlIup. met with .a group of P: L. ·C thought they were necessary tR,C tor �n Before goln, to town read tble us and advised that we alwaylS !l8femf'mbers last Friday In the reception a conch's lIucces:r; or rallure." column. The followinl nrma are ffunrd thooe prh'lIeges which glvc us l\-flSS l\-lelntosh S)lCftk� m w st II,l the MoorrI n d f m To PcrsonH I �ty Group : N!�IO���O��:ll �:r ��: �ev��� ··No�sense:· ISnorted Mr. Olson. "they ���n�U;d advertisers !=�� ;� �� !�: t��t L�c;�� h:! el I nl IY ' which the soclt't. bath y ::: � :�: · � :::: : � t�e lInl:: Allstrum Prtntln, Company the correct Idea of go\'ernmen� Amid a colorful room dl'corat!on of ��I� � r�:�· c ca daffodils. rellow candles. and 811\:er I psocietyt.. according to Mr. Nor- strays and stragglers In Ume for the Archer's Confectionery Bob's Oarage ums. the Pl'rSOnallL), Club �eld Its sec· croThis s.,. seeks but to toster world-wide game who will USlll1l1y win." German Club Banquet and. socllll mt'('tlng In the N!<:eptlon organization ror peace. It WI\.5 or. IL wall not until we had thanked the Bonnadele s.eauty Shop Win Be Fehruarv 28 ��; :� age i 14 rears ago. and coach and taken our leave that ",.e bt'- :I::;' � �t:;� riir�t;:��.:I:�e�;; glln.lz!'d labaut ���; m f S d ' n . br a gan to wonder I r our esteemed �ach Brookdale Orocery CO. Tacoma. spoke 10 :;9,a ��;�a�: =;I� t���:�o�� �; Ge��:: c�:: ��� gI� : ��n���tU:� 01 tht' Y. W. C. A. offlft}" girls on the nation. Its platform has three funda- had reftl!Y gh'cn us.the klnd of SUCCI'S!! Brookdale Lumber Co. which lIme the new officers'art' to be �::j!C7� ��:a��', Haley & ·Brown 'ltould stor) readers that our demand. . , t I l . ProgT("Sllh e world InSlalled.' According to Elizabeth . mf'ntal planks: 'd c t d Ro er f c n h s to Drug Store · n ���:m ! �!�:fI:� =::::1:1��1 a:��::��� ��J In���:t���� �o� �:e :��:;�n: :I:��e�:£:h�tt:: �;I!: : �� � :O:���M I�:��; ;h� �a��::U':, gl��L might. D05.!lbl.y be airing a fe� of a Dahl Orocery Co. . Ehmbelh Stuf'n. Rom?la Rust.. Rnd at ag'fE'ement : 1 3' world.wldf' edllca- coach� Laura Hauge and Ruth Johnson com- I V.rIs e-In-Market Drtv folb. )'OU grte\'fmces at rgInia Da\ls"'ere In charge of senlng for peact'. prise the grnf'fal committee In charge f'{'Irreshmrnts Mrs Philip E Hauge lionTheori es propagated by both men Ho......e\·er. the story ha.s been wrlUen QallenKamp'lI ,.of arrangements Other commlttees IUld Mrs Lora Kreidler poured Lenore Includl" /the bundlng of rrlendshlp now. and we shall ask you to aceA)! Harold E. Dahl Co. lIrf' as tollo'llo5 decorations Norma Wlthro9, RuLh Pro}en and Olga Hu,o rathcr'fhan battleships." and .A vlgor- It 9,'lIh tohe IIlIme trust that 9,'e did. If' !:��;;�ddle Prell! Lloyd Thompson Rnd Margaret charge of decorations ous · crusad(' of cburchf'g' for peace. we thought he gave .. this -er-h�rLarson kitchen Loul�e Hendrickson v.ere In brought oul by Mr rangue just to Ret e,'en with us for the, ����::n��l��Utl Thc plac(' for this dinner has not AccordIng to Ell'm Bergstrom. a style ImportRnt atopics ce I o lann lng d for met m p �'et bcrn decided ' ' � l (' �'I�· �a�:� l�e�e:���c:a�'a�e�l�e�e �t:��I!'I� l��;r P!��:� �e::� .�: �mbaU'1I (' I �; �a��h� Market s FL'Ih vlg Initials are R. F" caused him on the Lewt ror prepartng 1 l!'i and UniU>d States. I R ut h Froycn . EIcete.-. & �I , It : such a war wou ld be fought In In....t basketball · trip by getting l06t ('110'0 Lien Joh n Lou Pflucg{�r Again Nanlrff . Asia. nso AC«lrdlng to secretary or three Umes. we would la;e all trust L heran Brotherhood (2) New Pe p PresIdent Lutheran Welfare lle'ad Hull. ··Unless people can u�derstand In the word of certain ot these success- ltt �I�t 1l r bl w be ful coachcs. e a n t p ���;I��V�. ��mber Co. de�� �r��; �e� ���. ����a� ;:: Rf',.. J. P. Pflueger. Chrtstlanlt�. and �:n:r:: . � �� �re �I�� to !�� Parklnnd Oarage dormltOTY acUvltle;e: during the sprlng philosophy Instructor. was named presl- Rway our freedom:' -(3) Our navy de- · Parkland MercanUle CARLSON'S �mesler. She succeeds Romo'la Rust. dent of the Lutheran Welfare Boclet)· partment has the next war planned People'lI YAKIMA DRUC CO. Asiatic 9,'ar 9,1lh Japan Other n('wl}" el�ted officers are: or 't·a«l�n. last TUesday. February II. now. '4) · Ploneer PrinUn, . Prt-scription Druggists vice-president. Roberta Torrlson:�Sec- This the fourth consecutive time would result In at least t9,'O thlngs: Quallty ltUng Co .3 805 So. Yakima Ave. . relar)'.treasurer. Mart:.- Lien: fire- t.�at He,'. Pnueger has been elected to rtr.;t. the loss of a large foreign mar_ : ::e Wtl lll.era . chiefs. Belt)· Terry nnd Ruth Sollie. head �Is organ·lzatlon. Rev. T, O. kf't: second. the establishment of .�.�=?:'?O: ��e�� kland 901\.5 el�ted first !�� a:: �u��;n�} :�:���h:: lti ., -0 Tacoma Engravtnc Co !it �I:��:!d::; p r e o ' :;-:oma �( Co The regular Sunday aftemoon Luth- 90ar as never before yet there Pervades om.sen Hea th Food 8to� e · eran Welfare program to be broadcast on the peoples or the world either I Vallees Food Shop over IeMO at 2 o clock ",iU lnclude an blind optimism or equa1l7·falllng pesWashington Hardware by Rev Orville Running and slmlsm (61 Mere wishes WIll never p I 0 K E E R W:!St CO&llt Oroe.tl'l' CI1� � t address Co . .. ocal numbers bl' a girls trio (rom keep the United States out of war 8el'Vlce'Statlon �8 � 1 A Sts & A 12th M in 2 22 We tried that in the last one 11 Tac�ma Q h d ; , ,,���7':"n� �,�i�� ::: :, : cletys platform ' 90orld-wldt' reduc AMOCAT FOOD PRODUcrs E I r rmaments by International N6b!�y �u��;on "THE PEAK OF QUALITY" ::�;en� STUDENTS. 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Luth,nn ..."''' und.. Am'Qun Lutheran COnle�nct: .U!pl�s at PlI. ctrlc .Lutheran COIl* on --=-?i ----,e BY BOB M�SSON , ��m!� � ' �nl:nS ru:y ;Iut.o�� \ ' The Rally Sesslon on Saturday momaOE.NAIL DIGS FOR TIlE DEMAGOGUESIn, was An eq>trlmel\'t and command· "MR. IIONO of our 'fac�I�; � • stoudent of heads-that' ed only llmlt.ed parUclpaU()n, " Is, the shape ot 'em , , ' AtJlrdlng 'to him, those with the 'ca�·cranlum.s ...P. the smart ones. while the ones with The ' careful .work of the proitram the billiard ball n�le./l are cO",ldered more lacking In commlttee 'resulted In a remlU'kable ami ..,.. �n �r ..; ·���'� Memb&f c clarlflca'Uon ot the penpec_ • know what , , . Ttult'S"the slant. . . . U we-didn't know you Insplrln � �o(\l,,'ff:: . • him, }"e would soy our p�lessor had ItOne subJecUve on live lor 'U oar Chrtatlatl'Work" para g r a h e h If a n u EDITORIAL STAFF I �:tntpht�:7�: b���tI�:U=t.!p:!�' ���: :!� �::, �: ��::l� ;::� -r;; �"�� �::I= � ��:r:'�� �!,: a :�: �;�. ��� tho EDITOR HeJtn Holt.camp UC ,. TROM wouldn't pasa Ule' Frt:Shman CO�p Course ' Norma' Pnus • T. 0, Bumtvedt, 'Rev, Emil Swenaon, NE\V8 EDITOR , lI.fR, jtAMSTAD kept the spirit alive 'at the alumni ban�uclng frOlV' quesUon,s utM and ProfeSlOr W. .F. Schmidt, and Dr, HerBOYS' SPORTS· EDITOR - - Bob 'Martin quet at least, even though hl5 wlst'cracks were a bit sour �rvatloru ma!1e, the wln�· � man A, Preua. pN!8ent.ed poftrIW and GIRLS' SPORTS· ' EDITOR . Elizabeth SrlIm w , "h 'th'' pa rnhat seems, to be the ,j)trlocl wh� mOl!lt of prtctlcal meA&q:K on the followln, o a COnnie Clumb FEATURE EDITOR '' ' ''::es : .. AR "S ' ""�' "ro �h Le'd��� � n.n , ,the student.! lean towa.rd ,the aeno\l5L- tOJiles respeeUvely: Today', VlsIon at l, . � _ ftN} D ... . " . �, on h � h.. , , m TYPISTS Irene Odell, Marie Lien butcher coa'ltlng m�lc from' a CroWd of Bronx an- their studies, and , the lulflilment 01 the KlncdorD HOn.e J,f.iulons Teda;--' COPY READER - . _ - Lenore Withrow shake th�lr ambitions. Perhaps It Isn't .1- and , Tomo�.... ' The Vitality ot the to had '3 uaclle school the All , . workt;1'3 l handl� SPEClAL WRITERS • Jack Odey. JOh� Dn!lbelbis. ' MR. HAUOE'S ,tJand In apprectaUon of their preUnt together �e faul��Lhe weftthe-r, ,But 'Am�rlcan LUthtt.n Contel'ence ' � Bob Monson. . Jobs . , , If the wheeb In the 'r�istrar·s office are oiled' who hasn t lelt tilue on a dreary day? 1l'te OUtlook for the Chrtluan ' Collece. REPORTERa-Margaret Larsen. Thelma Daniell'!, to perfKtlon come Job-huntln, Urne. I'll shake" both of So, It • p(fSOn isn't complet,ely Joyful. These addrftaes· weff. moat a.bly IUp. , Elva Be�mlin. Fredrlcka Schlanbusch, -Nonnan his hands . , Lots of people liked the ;",It COA� 01..- his thought.!.. aren·t rolng t6- be con- plement.ed by Prole�r J , p, Prluqer·s Prye, Russell Frye. SON used In his banquet �h . . . bu1 tor real humor . cerned WI� th�'�uvenly bUM of Joy �be tbrmulaUon Of ' ··A , Lutheran BUSI'NESS STAFF \ t.)ley s!'ould h1ltr him whth giving hts (earn a pep ,talk! abounding, and the like, ' World View" and Rev, S. J, N, Ylvl_ BUSINESS MANAGER . - FrlthJof Taret h�� �_ --MR.,.S'IlJEN....looU. Jl\oOU.Jik coao)Hha R-he-doM ·a-��'PI"1ntJ ,-&fld... oo.. . .�t:MIt- satel' s - � la,nguage prof, Incld,entally . ,e.-aVER� WA.N..A.GE�- �r"le� _ _ L-AO. _ To the dandles of the tum to fancy-all.•beeause of th� weath_ t1ndlnp, It was no doubt the �n�ral CJRCULATION MANAGER . Margaret Craft . !;qun� ta�l� we �edlcau l'r. Spring has round many a youn, feelln, th. t the over.whelmln, .re� 'lh� song: "Life Is a Oong:' CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS Romola Rust, man Wl�h' �he Ita1dnl'Sl of a Park Ave- ,sponslbllIty restl�r upon the Luthefl\n , ' Kathryn' Anderson SPICE ASD O�IIERWISE-nul' . nl' er.-.do-well and the IlerIOUSl1t:U· Church on the WHt CORst can be dis­ t\D SOLICITORS - Elizabeth FrIIs. Enid I;J1n:ke, The f�esh paint YOIl smell in the girls' day room Is not of !In opera's Ia..�t act, IU"Id then In the eharged only 'by joint study and conAJice Cook, Ruby Moore from_ the newly decorate� walls . . It's fr the gals f FACULTY ADVISERS - N, J. Hong, O. J. Stuel, ecrated cooper_tlon. , somewhat lhemselvl's , . , Our o,...n senior damsels loeE � rr:tn ����� P�;;hO�";� ��. s :�;�t. � � , �e cute little bow that M'ary (or Nan�y. The la.nre group of Lutheran pastors dlrterent drl'ssed up, don't (hey? . . .. We snub ' re­ � unanlmoWlly voted assembled had they realized-that we betor� banQuet the lit 'cm ,of . or Freda, or Mlnnil;l wears on the AJ.U�INI COOI'EUATION INSTEAD snubbt"d lis rtrst! . . . You ' can tell by the way the so· front of her blouse. In his ey·e comes quest the College to arraoae for slmll� ))ran()6 sing those high nOLl'S In the latest choir number a wt,Uul look. whkh suggest.! �e- confe.rences In the future, Many fel� , Till'rI' hilS Iwcll :wnH' tlist'lIssinll IIIHI plun. lllllg- 1I11l0Ug- a n'rillill few I',I..L AlulIJni 10 that the)" re th� scream of the crop . . . they need more thing more, than classroom attendance. that the word conference should be ('dil It IIlllnlhly puhlkatiun. rigor a.nd less mortt.(e' , . In other words. they should You can mue fun of him, or curse his use,d rather than the word retreat, fL!'Id I n \"iew IIf this pracllc� what they scrrech . . . Joke , , . (and I dldn'l. ancestors: he won't mln"-It's sprlna, lhat, future conf�rence� net'<! not � flld Ih(' :\lcHlring :\Iust Ims t'Urdully thllught U\.:� , lilt!... prlll',itom nlHl wishl'S 10 (';I('Jlrt'ss ,tlH'S(' gt't it .tro'm Literary DIgest"! "Spice of �lre- eltlier) , But he'lI rem�mbt!r It when Winter fimlfed to putorS, COllege ,ratdully thanks thest' " I "lIlIlns : I RAY Rr.rD wore a hair rlbtion from n-oon to 3:30 last vt.qUng brrthren and fathers In the .FTidllY all because MELBA. FENNEY dared him to , . he TIlt' filllllwiul stulus III' tlu' pn'selll sl ud('111 ' their presence. We humbly tor Lord pansy-pink of frame a Ii set bUUl'fctip a like looked hod_\' IHlhlil'lItiolis is 11 11 n'n· satisflldon', alld i 1 dan! to belle\'e &!so that they under­ " H'A"L"'N ILSEN and ' RUSS FRYE spoke beaut!· �II , . \\'(' Il"'lit \" , Ihal .lIlother (lllj)(T. gt'lling -ils fi· ';:I sta�d more tully &$ a result of their , lully Itl lhe2l' QUeL-lhe paraHln statues! Never can 1ItIIlt'ilii sllJlpod frlllll TIlt'Cnlla Ilch'('I'liSt'rs, \'Islt why "..e ot Pacific Lutheran Col­ 1('11. those � s ·are pountlnl filibusters , . Remember would h(' tiC'lriult'lIlul III Ill(' s'toP{' of Ihe :\Iollr· The Bible . d6es not undul}' exait 'Iege have permitted OUrSelves to say: chairs that were bought lor a second· the beauUfu IlCv.' :l iug :\Iasl ,ulwrlisillg (loh·llliulil it's. men, b'Jt It telill the unvarnished truth "To know this school Is to love It," To ' ... ·Itt, ey're sr�? , ! ; blemished all floor cla, es h bleml.o. III t'Wlirusl, \\'(' tl I'W' Ihat Ih(' .\1 UUIII i gi\"I' . Ood alone the' g�oryl M. B .. A, L.. and A. p, -the good and the bad. , . You cn� �e lh .,:an·ed mltlals: Iht, :\IIHlriug :\Iusl wholl'-IH'lIrll'd supporl, So Like Dnnlel. WI' should be Interested ---all the way fro�l here--:-? Imagine! Ihul Wi: roull! I HllJli�h 1\ wl'ekly edition wliil'lI the welfare of our countrl' NOTICE NIGHT SCENE: Twelve o'clock midnight. and ED IIIYou \\'Old<l I", " 1I1(,liilllll f'lI" Illur,' IIIUllllli Ill'WS and t .re not IItlt,le�m�n, but '1111'1 Women', Athletic AMoctation ··Thanks saying, vehicle, halted a from hops SVIN11i and a gn'uh'r nti\'l'rliS('IIIl'nl for till' ColIl'W' . .e can have hns recently Joined loe Western As­ wh9J-ever IJO!iitloll we hold, .... for 'the show, Mrs. WllI1ams" , Has It come to that? the sarne alttlude Thos(' affilialC'd willt P.!..!:. pn'ss wllrk f1'I'1 8,\ Daniel-to !itand soctatlon of Physlcnl Education, FABLE: OIICl' upon a time KEN met you and didn't " lilt' lH'l'('ssily fill· II clt'finiit' jourllnlistJI <It' l mrl. h say . '·Helin, t-h-f'·e·r-e!" , . . VERN KNUTZEN'S scllrf IIit'il I 0/1 Ilrt, ('11111 pus, \Vt' lin' l'agel· 10 huild We �on'L know If danct' lit. the ,Pllrty WIIS too perf.ect tlJI liII' 'rml lt" · i n I I 1Inlily of l·tllllC'llls and \\'1' he ' ll be nble to command the .<;.:mle respect from tht' i , : " ::,:':�,, F_nt.in :!!E::,R�h�I wotic IIISH 11<'('111 it dl'sil'llhll' thnl, si,ll'(' our Collq.!I' fellows . BOUQUET: to ELLEN BERGSTROM for be- we hn�',' Ugh\. ( ' x Jllllltls ill IIlht,l' udi\"it i{'s, it should aiso huild $1.00 E b�h On , chairman party long-,<.utrerlng good, :r� t \' II 1111{ i'lCnL prophel.<; to Israel thal they God ' ils puhhn.lilJll slr'I'llglh, , . P;.clflc /\\'l'nuf' a ·slgn rekds: "Ladies' Heelo; 20 Cent.�:· might give '·lIght"· to people, RU$! Bldg, Lobby '\\(:"lI sk \"011. Alumni, 10 l"/rn'fulh' rt'cullsill('1' I Here in the dorm you can get any of the fellows for l!i light, eternal lin us gh'en ha.'l God . Ihis idl'" " 'hidl s{1Il1(' of you arc : prt'ssing �II nothlllg ' . To Ihat sweet young thing who thinks I'm the light leading to eternal life. rul )idl�·, alld wc' ill\'i �t' yut'. 10 .t:C'I h('hind lIil' t IiMcnoo to an hour's radio version of Peter Sl)hlnx, a ;;;;:;;;;; ;; � � _� ;;; ;;:;; � � ' 'h' ' 01 �� mok, IIgh,', ,hou'd W, :\lflfll'ing :\llIsl ins!t'ml. Pan-and enJored It " , b-a-a-a-! �. ENID HUTSON'S which God glvf'1I us, both til our ci\'U ' fll\'orlte dish Is Ham, belie\'e It or not , . Add SONG and JOplrltual Jives. _ -..THE Sl'loRlT OF INQUIRY I �, =---0: TITLES: JOANNA MANOUSOS ("To be FRANK. t ;' -:- '&.:'W,.:;..�. -Prof. A. W. Ramstad, . . , Chet PERSONALITY: SCREEN YOU"! For UNGER ' tI · I . 111 the Old Testament there are about ' 1 I Solie I Fang aud ClnwI " . A POX: on the Monson slsteu two hundred prophecies which all ap: 'I ,', ijt �\�i t ' l1 I:�" !:�:. I�:: lI':·�� : :t� POTASSI UJr04 BROTH lor Inking a short cut across the new lawn every morn· ply to Christ. who ts the center of aU ! :lItllllll" ·('P, I!lsi Thurst!a\", :\I an·h '-1 . I! ludlt'd . Ing ." , . Another fI.o.h has been lost-from lhe girls' da.y hlstorr. The Old Testament sacrifices SANDWICH HEAI;.TH and IIpllll Iht, kl'YIIU\to !If a n'till�' sIlCl·t'ssf lll l'IJIII'gt, room . . . Probably been taken by one of those studes who show that sin culminated In Him who 1 0. I'ltn'I'r, I n w'rn'l·a!. Ihl' subshtlln' of I h (' sPI,t'l'h , work In Alaska . Anyu ay, it's old stuff flOr tlie glrL� to atoned (or our ,sins, was ""lI l ui,·y," have a "poor fish'· hanging IIround . . TOE·NAIL DE­ it Inquir\' , as tilt' sl ll'akl'" brought uul. is om' SCRIP110N: Beatrice Leland 'A Torch Singer With a C;;s�, w ���=��l��a�t::�: ;:�: '�! of Ihl' \,�I'y h{:sl for m s ' tif mcnlnl q uick('ning­ Sore Throatl, might help man to die quietly, but not iii. ali(I l'tltwatilln . .\ d.ill! is JJat llrllll\' CIIIIO\\'I'd !iI ' wilh this stl l lt'rh qualily, and if il isil l l'rllsIH'ti triumphantl)' ns a Christian does. IT IS WI,ISPERED A ill lah'r Yt'ars,. 1111111\· filiI.' results will C()llll' Xavier U, J. Prof, That K!l.thr)'n Riggs, the little freshman from .Havre, frolll thl: prul'Ikc. \\\' , us l'ollt=gc·alll'lIdanls, Montana , JUSt can't make up her mind-A! Arne. Ernie, Do. }'ou realize the advantage 'you should b\' all IIJ('uns culti\'ah' Iht' allBih 10 ask CRIDDLE Jasper. Bllmey, ' or Hank. Is Il fair to the rest of the have? Do }'OU realize that you can ' SUlU' Ull(f t1iSl.'rl't·1 t·, lI('sl itllIS. coeds to let her "Havre" pick like t�at? 'I11at Esmeralda tr t (!) 9 1 .3 Commerce 5t, Tkom., Wn, co SdlUlll Ulld sOl'ial lifc is d.uek-full of inlri· Torvend thinks that p, L. C, Is mln�' plent}' until Kayo nflwith u n the world .. �: �: U;:: nt!t' dclails which UI'(' hl'iug l'onlin lJalh' ()\'cr· Johnson comes back to school. dence In the midst of chR05? 00 luukt'd link,s.>; sorncollc ' asks ahoul Ihl',it. Thc If we become as little children. GocI TOO LATE TO CL,o\SSIFYgumcs, thl' duhs, I h c plars, and all I.he ullll'r ' may see fit to lead WI as a means Of The D. R. G. pel snail has Just pro,·en to the doubters he adh'il il's whkh go Ull ahhut l·ullc!-!c arc 1.1 1 1 " Anyt.hing i n the way �pln8 one anot.her out of t,hese �ethat he·s a she , . , The animal is a pro�d parent of three spalrlng suurc<l/ u f ('xc{'etIin!-!ly \'aluable information, times. doing is mo!her the reports, Jaust by . . . can as well as if Wt' hut IIpply oursel\'es, Likcwise, cCollomics. ad n 1 g 0 A "' of Flowers be el{pect.ed-conslderin, the privacy she geLs " , I ===::::= all uf, · these, 100, polil it's, rt'iigiull. industry ' ;::, ::::; : = ::'I :::: ''' ;:: <::::i:O �'''·''''· one_ respect , I T I QUOTE: John' Dreibelbis; 'T\'e shone n ' • nlll hi' dllsS('cI as \"aluable suhjt'('ls for (I ueslion­ :::: I t ht All Nig , Day All Service .r $Ofl Per ' " my ot pants seat serge whlle·at blue college, leasL-the et hllXt's . :\ Stuclt'llt wh" asks lIlany qucstions t , ,-:-The proposed tour of the choir by automobile has cl)Jl('e rning :tn impurtunl polilical .Iliscussiou_ DRIVE . I N g c I t he i b O It will I:t'rluinly know Illore abulIl Ih(' pr.utilGtI " ,. �� , :a� t ��ou �u��= �� I�P:n�;; , , . ::i)�nan�::;�:� Ihull hc wht) rt'frllin,s from asking, Thl' sallie (l:ested that the group go by airplane . . . and then when l'ol UliliulI 1)I'('\'IIi1s ill _ schoul: he who i!It I Uircs 255 So. ! J"th 51. MArn 7 1 1 3 · we 'arrived, we'd all ball out In parachutes, and soar �,., ..........,�,�,��..�,��,� "G." 51. IIbUlIl his work usually h'urns morc nlpi�lIy anti n r g, d hus a hdll·t· "hinl 's l'VC view" uf Ihe whull' Ih:lll \'e � �:t�'� ���� r� " D ::=:. � ::; �·��:;� �::� : �: ��: �� " a be e , l l n O Ill(' IK'I'Stlll who ,·clIluiIlS silcnt. O -, ,.,. RE A N ,.,. R E citizens saw us, they'd know .we weren't angels Of ·{'ourst'. illt l uirc suncly; .it lIlust uot he , , , , then. after with getting us, a.cqualnted they·d Music Sheet be to ()\"cniPIll', Qltcsliolls ,niusl be chosen tlisl'rl'c tly. su� ,o! It . . , To the man}' Queries: we won't travel at Musical I nstrument disl'rilllillulin�ly; if hllphazard questioning is night, d�ppolntlng as It seems , , . YOlfll have to do Supplies l·mpJoyetl, I h l' person usually makcs himself u YOW' wheezing In the daytime , . . MIRACLE OF THE 1I t1 Refrigerators Radios, n k I �::,�;:thclcss ask yuul' fricuds, ieadlers, ant! 'O I U d . Washers , , ' � � , t a:�' ::u:� I� !; � ;u; � :: :��� �;:� otlll'r UC( l ltuilllallcc� aJJOut all impOl:lanl lowcs" E like, pan the deuce out of 'whoever you of tht, day " Find out what they think; gct their' anything: you W ' the o' T J>: T , , , howl" and blame, the take l l I and may, \"icws about Ihe maHer. 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High' .'\Choo! boys . ho will N'<:t'1(r'd honorable lJIentl?n ....'{'.re �udy �� :� . ::���d :: e7.�;�I�ceI933 and Ing my limited. ear�r nt.P. C. : ;:�� ;:�: . ��:. �. Joanna Mllnousos. and Melba Votaw The diator.; deW)' stro�ed th: a�;:\\.:·I;.�a:���e:�. ����ghn� :O�����::IC;�v�e:�dson. 19 ��m:�n.� a .·ho played t lr last -:;:rom:on 18 nnish.lng touches to their basketball .· 11 In the WIT.stllng bou13 AI JalOobs ...1 Senior girls .... Ima J. C clashed on the mapie court 16 take on Ray Reid and 8111 Cap.. ·tIl �;:;�n.. \\� th:i� retu m ' . ' �.m the At tht' �nd of the first half Yali:lm� 'game of Interclas.s .baskotball at .P. L. "d. p h c . n, �.. ,,. s hard was leading by a margin of about C. are Volly Norby . Evelyn Monson Has\'lk . A \\Testiln·g smoker . . Frye Rw., fight u �� :��! l!C�!�r�U�ked under their ann. �g points. During thZ' half we wert. Edna Kelsey. Ne\·a .Olson. Ruth �)·en: bi>lng. planned f.or:M h fll. l ' 0 be lI . nlp and tuck mformed by Coach Olson that we look. Joanna Manouso\ Gertrude Stenbf'rg. WOnt.-n Alhlf"l� 8efjtin P ' . and)Enld HUl$()rY. ���al�f ��lh�h�h:�at \�I�O��� �h� so�.n �-. I'd like a bunch o.f ��d so l n g Good Po�11lr.. Drivr to pia this and Ibat. .After Coach Second year normalltes .....ho. tied for . 30- got holellng the .Iong :nd or the� score. that out (If hls s)'5tem. he told u�. �econd Illace . nclud · Thelma_ NeS.'!. E!QS1uu..._W�sponso� Z.f. wood f Cent ia . held the scor- hat . we could do th o If . aze agm-up. Edna A. A .. commenced Monday and will r-Bt'n nar.s...poLu.ts. ...v.:i\:.CU,. ...bu c 0 ogy person ed Much � the Sur· '.I·obilison . IreTie Odell. WlUlene, ..cala. ·t.lnu,f to Fi-Iday. Mr. Robert Hager.. rlosd�' followed by Solle and s n prise of Yakima. ourselves. Coach. nnd \·an. Helrn SCOtt. and Hel('n HOlt_ con nere hyslca) ed.ucallonp.!" dlr ct r In TR- Ncw sprongWn,leS �tylesgaMe !!lllylng \.1.'1\ and eight coun te re: . e g�\\;:o :�� ���ga;� �aml). I·eoma schools. addressed �he ChOI)('1 ClClorenow o I �pectlvch'. ::� �I:' r {\: ���� erelses this morning In eOl")necllon with The prc ' ou cvcnlng. on their own H'C Inern. and ,n Come '\ the ··Good Posture" dri e. floor. he .Gladllttor.; checked orr a,n- ��:\���hc�c:�m�I��:r ::r ��: ,;�� Diamond SliCkers . "8ecaIL�e III£' nnd the !n\ldent..� so other win when they �cfeated the thrll! came \\'hen had chance to K.1mp's hl�hlr regarded Ab�rdeen aggrega- look around mtd ' Sf'e OL"On happ)' Plan Bl�g League ne ligent In �hls phaS(' oJ their ap · ··Tne SC.-lien re with the Yellow F ro t tion b�' the flllrl)" elo.<.(> !;Core 01 .37-25. tha l h£' couldn·! talk lind Mr. Hauge I�nranee and health. .....e thought It. . 1 I '"" 1 I Brwdway '""'""'""'""...... \\·hlch. ho\\·c\·er. cannot bc omp red trrlng to strnlghten out his hut that For Sprlng Sea.sOl' helpful to �rgl\llll:e a dr ·e. states Mr.; �"'""'""'"" Adah Dapper. women·s physical educa to the relath'e strength of bolh� tenms_ had receh:ed rough treatment durIng With a succcs.�ful hoop season a mat- tlon coach Chct Solie dlmlnuthe for\\·ard. £' r.,-------'--t · t ler g:l.rnered flft('en point.... outscorln; his thDug:une 01 hls or} and as such leC! the Mar) Machle AllIla Ball Thelma TSCH U N KO'S m) athletIC career hanud College hlslorlans Spo s Starr) toto put Ollllont'nt Jef!cT\ of Aberdeen but �\l;0ngcoaches D i Valborg Norby hale been $CHOUSE OF FlOWIRS els an l Coach O son a n d In permanent rt"Cord the athletlcali}- leeted to head Good PO:\1ure \Vl'ek b\ Ih"," fie d goals T.-com.-', g Fl__, h school coach Pop Keene} I clln hI A ·k earlier f'ebt\l:l.r\ 21 St truthfulh that Ihe� 1\\0 men ha e mmdl'd studen both male And fl" Buy acoma Made Flowers , s Collc e n.lso fell pre) to the dom' more for me than cn� do\\n mille Rre marking tim£' until,the w£'ath' GAr 0514 50lh Ave PK S • . ermnn "I I hlghh tou ed Luther.m.'i ,IS the\ drophi 0 K to a fln te Quality Knitting Co. The\ [Ire not o great nlng daI tgl\e �d r:l.thl'r e for t.he big sprmg sportt and 1I11lnte,esting coacheorsd but al!'.O builders Letter Swute" Our Spe<I.-1t, of �l But Opl' n m thl' nl at b} elC af fll�le I �:�:�:I� ��:� � DAHL CROCERY CO, . :� ;5�;3 N�I��,l :�d ��'�I1��� �;P��:sd�::�::��ttne up a.� \:r:� Sch('duler 403 1 1 th St :=-::�__ share<! seorlng hOllors III tall�!ng The 1ll0S! humorolls experlen�e I elr Clift Olson ha.� repea ram dly refused to Uniteel P�mty S10tes . Member Iwell"l: and l'lCI"l'1l polnl_� :1 plecr II. s i the Llnfi eld lgnm('. t lllight co mlt himself to any definite early I daIS prt'\IOIl�I� In St:Ittle III a had a nthis Parld,nd 3818R5 GAr. Incident \\!lS 1101 � hll' SClIson start the California weather of I confpll'T CI Italll� P L C subpas tl\O I\ceks has rou..� the at the but mOT(' ort! less the KERSCHBAUM ��-----t out of rt..� \\Inter hl rnanl('tgt.'(\. tllP Sl'flul(' Coll<'gt f1,,' to t h(' Pmorous ss Dorm g I Bo)s Il a a cking th ball SUITS AND OVERCOATS rra ln I t un(' of 34-23 Tim Tommcnlk i a� t hl rbough l'tht ta For $lIe e l ivel at going qultc ticn to pi illS and schl'mes and yes even PARKLAND CARACE �rortr of Ihe (,lUl ng \1Icl'h rt houghl Imt ll Lln lh.'ld s big jlf('dlctlons The unlnltllllted freshman & tflllllllli: I\\ellt· ]>Olnt..� Shell Gasohne and Od t ark h t 912 Pacific Ave. IIl1rd Ihl1 11\1 gri nd . he rs tlHk ab u the N khl O L� he R�cord� ShOI h l Parlflc Lutheran fullb Dependable GrUSlng C er R K s anti the he t Slick II) s n;} \I As lu hit felt father .. h a.� plh'd IIp ,00 polnt.� durmg I he 1··llayst·eds Ellerg£'Ue lI\�nl1gers hA\'e GENERAL REPAIR flet\. off. After ,(' ",·OIlC"untnngled . t hl' 430 gear M'nson 111 With ". " " ... .. '''''' ._ had C "T '" lJ"IIlt.' :nadt· b�' confrr('llce ppolnt- h£'ad spa for ' to lnw Hunting· ·'1\'00' n' b lt the big and who t BROOKDALE \\'Ith promising ne..... materllli. If \\·ords will fullback Iylng 011 BARBER SHOP a� If the S b!1t . ' aid to hUll. ·· ell. lire you �·It 1. ha pem�l1�t. then it lOOks p��!�Ptf:." ���:i�S . i . C il l I: fu����:y �:�e;lU�� II�:�� Di����tc�f �::r Fb7�1 STUDENTS WELCOME � , �re�; S:;� � e ·a:�::· ��: � l'r��o�;'! � :· : : � ld � ;� L . LAUNDRY AND � th e i ·· Cor. �� '�d �K�4-Ave. CLfANINC SERVICE pr��:' ���� :! I:�l: bh( fullback W!,O �:I�� � '��· :I::��..rOI:�I:�d ��� .�V��;� e A .. � ··LIl· Clift lind ully."' Larson. Peanuts At Low III B lint'ni was thc better man laid l our thllt he sl u �ed me. I1nd before Abner" OI.�OI\ In th£' van. Ttle Cit � Brookdale Lumber Co. 1 . men£' nm!.' ARNE the ollly thing he Sllckerl'."· IIlthough somewhat j th g Brookdale Mountain SchoolALRepresenhl.ve """'II:"'" th£'lr InbestR l l� . .+- A R C H ·E R ' S could sme l the smelling s.fI.lts. alld l ddle beclIl.f"<.e !10m£' of the Hignw,y Dorm. are mO lng Into C"ND���H sg�&����TAIN me a bit. because I was jne)11I}'f'r� ! 5 1 d 381 J CArlan TACOMA'S LAUNDRY Itlaylidnng·t.'illhurt . T � by ··skeered" rtheles. be' e to rrfuse � f!' tit the safel}' 1)I)�ltlon some l' lht' loud talk of some of their rivals iii...: ... .......................� . 3817 South Yakim, GA. 9643 . Pantorium Cle,ners yards from Hcllon. h e e la be · /iO"==========iii :l.1�1�ll �)I:�lS a:I:�I�·g��� e:�h�� a:v� _______________ Parkland Barber �hop ,r �Ix lellm league. · dependlng upon At Your Servicelil. u

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MIl�IC for th(' OP(,NI was compos('d music_ in�t�(' bes Angeles pubHc school -·.�..I"�terr._ and Agnes Emile Pcter.son ---, ---,_ ---,r-fonday -1"Ifternoon the last home d('· I b'atc waS Ilelel lIgalnst Se�ttlp. Pacific Il:;Oott' the libretto. The cast, of char ;!etl'r� I� ' large, Tryouts I d (or singmg parts arr bl'llli! held today the re. �� ��:�I"arg�:;'1�li�� :�Ii���at�:.� n:;��� Progral li :,1 Kiwani!"i ( :1111, -C'rp!ifJll room; Mr� Lora B. Kreidler. Elizllbeth Friis and Tltelm:t\OanieLs, ' ' Adah Dapper. and �(r. Keith wt" 'kl.r dinnl'r of. Ihe South ut, Courtes): Tacoma Times , whll!' James H UT'Sen .and Angl'� J ,'-t ;I\(' RI'ld will sel{'CL the cast of \'ocnl pam ' Will -C llano meet till' P. L. C. affifmatll:e TaC(oIIla Klwams club to be held this . in rti""t'l Choir appnranrf''' from thl: tryout. TIlO,"C studer-Its ' to be 1 ('(1111. which 'is cqptprlSCd of D<'lbert I r,·t'nillg �t 6:30 (;'clock. PaCific L,uthannual ronel'rl 'lour . given th{�r <'ran ColIl'gr will lurnlsh the program Brl'scm;!nn and Fred Suiter. ' . pnrt.� \\'111 probnbly bP nn. nOllllceel by Friday The Q\H".�' ion for drbate.� t!ll� Yl'ar i� II!1e1rr till' din'clion of Mr Ppul A Prl'�t.� tl(lrt' 'rn HI I l \Vrih'r A G.t s h 117iT���� Pa('j fj(, Lu llH'r;w G rnl l » tllll::�:�.. b:�I:\II�O��;��;� �����I:�),I::�:� � USMlrll'��I:;:re���.e�trom will speak ubolll ()��i;:l��::; :\II:iC� ;0�:Cec��P� uI'pf\ulc c!�cislon.� I,nade by the .�u.1 tlt e "Cllolr of thl' West'" a�ld Coactt C. , lisll genlll'man II"ho. has bl'l'n exiled ' Dr \ heac! of to court - Prof. J, p' Pflueger. 1 O. OJ �on .1$ to talk 011 P L_ C. nlhl�" prt'nll' from nls native country for political I , at thl' Unlvl'r . Philosophy . alld til{' ImlJ-emling trip of ttl{' bll�kl'l­ nnd Chrlstln\llty mstructor. reason.". and because his sll'rrtheart h ' O,'rman c!l'partnlt'nt Jilts him for the trenchprous Lord �g_ ��!i� ��1 \�����!I������� g;\;�I,:!�tl!:�:trn.� ha.� coached tht! teams in. Ih{'lr prac. : ball It'l1m 10 the middle II"t'sl till' of chairman is Klluttt!1l Ic{, \ . , 9�--... : i bc' : j. he m'�:t l'rt. u comes a pirate. Sir Richnrd ;! . i) b ill Ile d l lst IIIght C�mden. :'I.� he L�, cnlled. become$ Cap- mTnh"ClSIW!l k I� th,' author of 111(' Gt'r - debat" ('lub. Ulm Dick Of. the Nancr LeI'. the pirnU'\ mlln U'XI w<'r � u�d llicll PaC; In ic tll{' barge.. Du nng till' courS/.' of el'l'nt� . :"'utllpra tl -hl!,!ll schOOl dl'part rlll'nt E' -I<�cllch Cluh Inh'lI, ls ��: st" 'l'ral oU)I'r �tJ / TH Pr('scnl ShHrl Pla \' . f:;�l'l�I::'���:a:�IP;;:httle('a:r�� 1m'EI17flbf'l1\"T1!tt'n ' h F lS In rharge of mn..' r E' h t een the storr Quite changed slclII program llllmbl'rs Syll'ja M1J l{'r�\ . Ln -SZrp"n,'e -;-�ore," n on,' -'1n' 1 n a !-I{'�r�s' instI-r:;e\�'pS;:tatl . ,I� f'l -nw hst of charncll'rs long. (md Alier Cook. :'Ind Mildrl'd Larson' �ened t<)nll'dy. \I·tll bl' pf'escntt'd by mem�r.; : trip t>ark� Ira\"<, for Perrormllnrp '«";11'11' cxel'lIent I'(}('al I�arts are lncludn h e f I . ln ' ll�'r ��;g:�:;;. ���;�_ : Pre5CllIi!l� a ]l�gram of mUSical in. ------. The tenor par\.' Includ{' Jerry. n ,�� �e:��:: ' � � � �e� E�:; :: �:I' ��r��� �� c��:�r� l b el t w ' terprctllllol1, the sixth period girls' 1 church and In the el'enlng aL Rel'_ H c;pnt ���7t�rl:;� �t '�I�:� \h� ���i�� b�� �o�� ' eillb . :,<h:is,'r. ph.l·siml I'ducatlon class will perfonn ,' Stllb·�. Mone ay. April 6. Re... . A. K. Pro l �iehd r l � la d Will dln'ct the Npln�'. The cast will bp �Thursday el·ening. April 16. . Mrs. Adllh I Vlnjl' will be inl charge or a concert at :t:�::rr;F �:��:� ����i:� :n ;:��::� ' datl later a at :lllnnUI1("'c! 'Da]Jpl'r. din'ctor of !<:irl�' athll'llcs. L� his choreh in Everelt. TueMlay a coil' �Ingin!: tearhcr; IInc! Sir Rlchllrd Cam----cerL I� .'\.Cheduleo for MI·. Vernon under .�lIpf'n'i.�lng th{' actil'ity (kn or Ca])lain Dick of the Nailer LPe, Da l,pl'r "'ill Din't't I.an!:l' ('a�t dl al ir i a ! ' l;if!U' 'n,pr (;1'1,'1 Rpl}()r/�'" the ma!p lend Edward Brinkley. the ' , Of ('ha r:tt'tl'rs �:;ls ;:;\I�� ;:n:��d� :f 7�:1��11�:;; � � ��1 �� p�:�;. ��n��� b� co�:��\\::� , i follow�: Wt'dllesday, Belllnglulm, � a. alter pI rchc. lI"ill Ill"f'lude. tra � the y · o pa,.hf·" 1 AI" o,.,,,er f (ll Then' I a�II��: :;;t��:t��I� n ��:���o��"1.:��I��.t:I:�i�; In " The 1 1l1'1' J Ton'nl Norby'� charge; Thur.s--lire also baritotll's. Pil'e Illratt' kl � . II"hich the class wtll partirlpflte '1I1,1I'T Illrat!'� \\"111 c!o �roup singing �_:"::II b::'I,,�.:I;�'1 f��.ll\)t\:�" :;:::::� l l1�I'I::�; \\"�.�\�::���d :�':ll�� d��:�I.�N;�;� ���r �.:l\(;�I'�·\It�·:::I:�IIIB;��c����1 n�i�.!\I�!:�� ��.��:. ��Ik::=�. :e��· ��' ·J.B�.RY�:i�:�r,,��;lllll� �I; I"I� I���I'-��ad:�' �Oll�I��;I1��� C ::b_' play ",hldl Will b(' pH,�pn! ed May k!lo('k '\"lI S ans\\"l'red b�' our frwnd Mr ' bl'r. '-Tn a Wilel Hosl' '' "The Ballroom rhe printl'd pI'ugr!uII of conccrt--num­ a n H,dm�'s He wl'll·lmown to mo.�t o f I DflnCt·" IIlclutl{'.� S),II'la Miller. Judith il\cllides tltree groups. The rtl"st twin bridesmaids; Dolore�. young 3 1 C liO,..." Nlgh( Mrs. r\elabWillDapper, !\ome hI' Is not fft!lllhar H�'s Bl'llson. Thelhlfl Danlel�, Anltn Ba.l1. s('l('ctlons Include "The 81'Irn Also coach la1l1l'r to.' llnrl t-:"Irl: anc! Hl'lIrll'tla. th�' maic! to Lady I'hl'swal ,'rhll'"l\i"n dirl'ctor.\ man wllh. n lont-:" nO\\,III� I <\ ldn Jolm,'oll. and LouiSl' Wi1lil!.m,�. I Hrlpl'\h US': by J S. Bach, "0 PiIH e\ Pllrts Trvou tOiI ' ! 1l1' " p;'," tlt� HIS hllir " 'Thl' I dul:l'e.�" will bp portrayed by iFiliae" by VOlckona Leh;ri!lg, "Christc !l"I. q a�IW I and a . � m! .!. ! ! "oatel' . Mozart. l . Thclml1 N{'I'>.�. EllId Hutson l lllt"" Lul!llby" by Wolfgang b" I I;" I�" ld (hi.' u·ftt.n�(xlll m tl1� 1" bt'emllI18 allc! hI' ha.� tl\{' rllc!· I Anlla Bl)l ..��"1.I:�I:UI'�:;I:�{:. I:n� �::.� :�i�;:ma��� "l n'n'pllOn room. ! " 'i ll 1tp]ll'a r in gmUIJ slng!1l1: til. enm]lll'xion or 0111' who 11R� .,«,(,11 I Wadenl' C:"II:wan. J!'all Armour. "Agnus Dei" ' !Ind "He si Blessed" by pl"f'cpded j!"rr.llt deal of t h'l t y dunng ' Thelm!l Danlels_ H('dl'lg Dahle find Tltr �pl':l khlJ.:" eharflcters art' Sir Wntt,'n 1 11 I hrt�' att.... ut and AUJ. q So<i(.rman. Group two is -com. : u. proIOI;\I('_ tllt"·play !� del'l'r como ! hi.' lill' tlmp Pet !'r LI'Y!OIl, Lord, Egbert M?r1imer. Mot1�oll will figure in "The' pr.lsl'd uf "P�olm Tv.·cnty.Three" and ' Tht, plot el'ntl'r� around the F'i��1 hI' c!1�phl�'ed ,'<Ome of !lIs marinr Milclr('d :Illd S]1(1!1i�1t !Iobl{'woman Jose h DireCtor b' " n Thi "Tis -NoDaniels. Thelma " Doll Dllncing \'Oll llg pnllcl'SoS II'ho n flrr the death of I ral1l1i\!II!., They wcrl' \){'a�ltiful ! Per · I'cll(' N!I!,!:1'1 . Louise WllliPtlls. EI'elyn 0 Ec! �·r. rdS. "Chl� I }come on HO�" lwr I'nnCf' hll�banc! . rrturm to !wr lIaps thl� !.� du(' to .thl' f(lct Illal they : El'klu nt1 . Judy Benson. and Louise bl' F Chrlstllln�n, and '"U 's Me, 0 S IH,,.I'k h�I:II' \()wn 1 Il t�\l' U,niled Stat('ll wi!h 11a\1' alwar� (, ..r ,,:'11 Pro f' .Pfl �H .I"' I hiS fa\'orite and !�e Hendr!rk,�nn will gll'e inter]lrct:HIOIl L'ord". b;' Noble C�ln ( lllmg, " qUl�1, hf{'. ;nle 1 i� nbl,' to expres.� his tl\uugMs hiS of "Val5C Tri.�te." the . On W,·ltart· Hou r � utHla\" I I � l n - I jll'opic make cxtravagflnt plans to wei· 1 br\l�h Also living on the Atlantic hilS 'The G!lrIAnd," Intcrpretatlng Grleg's sl'�'hI�\l:::�:lr��U��be:c�:� a�e�:�L�,�:�� . l'oYlllty, but tl1l' quiet, \In�um.· ' 1{'fl n laSting imprl's.�lnr. upon him I "To Spring" will include Mildred Mon- ' I . ' . PrO[I's..'<Or J P Pflul'g{'r will be the I Ing way taken from �CIl. Loul� liendrickson, Sy'l...ia Mlllcr, �.� I���f!:��I�:;·". �:o���:��:l:; :ab...��;.:.. stll' lives furnishes 1 Most of his plcll llIain SI)l'nker of the LUlh{,NlII WelfAre I IlI' mOI"!!mIn ntwhich . lr¢sandarclater . There of the dramll lled E'rlence tnll' rCCl!. eXP lhe (' El'elyn Ecklund, Novelle Nagel. Hed...lg· ' EXira , Numben Society Hour 10 bP h..ld nex t. Sunday, . ' Learned . . \II1'olved. thAt of I tw� love .�Iorles pninted. He also lot'es to pAint Dahlt,. and Eula M!le Goff. Mnrch 29. ' prll1ce&� alld her childhood swcct- I the rugljed mountains. . ill "Plerrot and' PielTettel' The chOir Is prepared to sing "Marlen Felllurrd Mr. F. H. Krug will provide the l·oca.1 1 hthlart. e . lo tormy e o s and , Le v n Phil .. A Iitt!1' of hL� ]lre lou life may be Rrr Eni!1 Hlltson and Wadell!' Cal!lvan. Lied :' German umber, "Den Star th li x numbl'r.\ for the progra.m. His ac�om. 1 ff� nlr of thenn . t�'en,ty ),('ar old Ruby· told a few words. He lived ' Con· Anit!l BAil Ifill be the central figure in HOlde Flok:: a Norwegian song.. and n�nll':'t Is not elt'flnltel,· known as �.ct. I ·'Bord rcY_ <\ , D MIIL�1l nectlcU! a� child and later mOl rd to . "K:l ml'inOIl" Owstrow," Ilnd lone Mad. 1" Flref!k�:: Ru,,;.:.,lan fOlk. sollg The organ 11"111 be Pla}:rd by Mr. C: A. ' Thl'rc lire 1!lght speaking roles and CAlIfo The chOir ;J-l"rsonnel Is as follows: 80ramU)" mOI'ed to will �]\1g "Smilin' Through." Pallet . His .mll'.. m I Ihree non·spe!lklng parts f.or. women. Wa�hmgtoll 1882. For thl' P<.1st forL�' . 'Dletllla NI's.� and 'Wadene CJ\la\'all I pranor;, Margaret Crafl. Catherine Kit· . . i e o h n n g h i t }..'� :ll:n!l��� ���;�u!:� ��:�" ��:1:71InS)�,t=:��'M���� =;�: Pro f. Edward � Anno u ncC!"i :1:���,�����el �E'�'�� tr:� �::;� �;���ta�� I �:�.:��:::�: a�o �: l:�t :�'� o� ;a� :��n � : S:��� n es . son, 10lle Madsen, VIrginia �a...l!i. JenPiano Rt�cilal Pracli('(�� fl'male char'�ters Includc Mrs. Boyd, cific �utheran Collcge. u\lr own Doc· HE'len Lilja, Enid Hutson, Thelma N s old; Rub}' ler TlIlI;eLs,ta� wa� then a student al l and Ai da Johnson will perform the llY Bardon, Mlldr� .La.r5C n, Alma $to· I Wh� abo�\t fortyrlye�r.; I Icc. Thelmn pallle!s, Aida Johnson, gi y,h� Is pictured �, L: C. Al\\ nys---elen . as a ehlld'PIII�t- lllesthetic "Scarf Dance." Pillno studellt.� of Prof. J. O. Edwards ! llo}d, the } oung lo\'e MllrgareL Rorcm. Mary' �achle, Novell &oyd, JIll; has been predom�nfl�t In hL�· life. �Rzel role; se(IQndRr�' the in will be presented In a reciW,i to be l Nag�l. AIIOS: Helen Lilja, ElizabcUl won . , . ell· .... r unde �tudled he Tacoma In Mrs. and Seaver . year old; Mrs. II t....elve glvcn Frlda �', May 22. . and N ext . L. D" R .' �1eel l n o I Stuen, Esther Norgaard. Sylvia. !"filler, Rolhns, �tewart, as' artists "no\\;n Boyd. M;rs, of neighbors Purrington, , os us, Norma Pre J eph Running Peggy TIle cast involves four male p art.';, MyeL Through some of their ....eakBe Held at Haug.! Honle_ J,ud� Benson, Hl'len Holtcamp, Irene . . Ramst.ad. DoI'oth�' AndE'rson: George' Phil. Odell. Edna Tobla:;on, EI'ely� Monson, nl$St's he Improved hiS. o....n. method of the male .lead; Milton Brockway, Dorothy and Mhur Larson D:A.,rcLennox, d Mr� \�ith Mn;. A. W. Ramst-ad and Mrs. Voliy Norby, Valeria Moencke, Norma painting. , �Y · old: tW(,llt}"-YE'ar a y. 1�'1I1 meeL with Prof. Edwards In the who about fort)' years old, alJd Sig- Mr. !:!olmes remarked, "E...en. though Philip . L.D.R. the hostesses. Hauge E. , . from Art .....111 m�t Thursday � temoon, April Preus. studio tdda\' , for the first .scheduled nor Moroni. who appears C#lly i� � a studer.! Tenors are:�Arnold Anderson, Uoyd has graduated f . ]lractice. which will commenCe at four h a 3 o'cl k the horne of Mrs, :::-'\O�� At'�l1.'Jt.a���:�' ::� r a o'clock. St rg pr:���:t.S eUgiblt to Lry out are third-' ��:I��I��t� � :'l��\�:� �:u��('��� ��� ��u;e�: 0 oc 'Basses: Ray Hlnderl\e, year normais. gnlduatlng me�bers of man)" �cars to come' so that I �ighL PrOf. J. P. pflueger. college" illstruct- Bob Monl;()n. VACATION RECESS th.,. junior college department, and learn more. [or It seems as the da�'s go or, ' will be the speaker tor the after.- Harold O'ConnQr, Rolph BoLst.Q(,t Oary Spring ...acaUon, commFnces Wedne�- se1l10f\of the 'hlgh schOOl class. - bY ' 1 find myself thinking. "juH how n001l. Further program numbers l_n- Pflu;:gI'r. Otis Grande, Kenneth Anen· day afternoon, 'April 8, at 3:30 o'clock, JudgE'S' at thli tryout.s are Mrs. Lora much do 1 know about art?" A true eiud{' a vloHn solo by EVelyn"""'5yverson. son, Vern Knutzen, Or\tiJIe Schlan· Edwacd . and classes will be resumed Mond;Y B. Kreidler. Mr. Keith Reid: find Mrs: nrtist. >;\'111 be Interested In on\ or two reading by Eleanor Raudebaugh, and bU8Ch. Waller Schnackenberg, Machle, _Clyde Grlmst?dt. a I'ocal solo b�' MlldrE'd Monson. rConUnDed on Pare 4) Adah 'Dapper, mor,ning, April 13 .

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WE RECOMMEl'iJ ) HONOR SYSTEMS . FOR IM-:\1EDlAT E 1.JSE

l I'ollor is <In l'.'H ·I:III'nl lrait. I n busi ness it� � n t'nlls Irc':l tin� tilt' olll('r ('lIo\\' righ t : III home � I 1IIl'IIns sl'lr-r�'sl )\'d anrl hmll('"..d uly; ill sporls II Illt'ans plnYlllg Iht' ,gnllu': in sehoul. selr­ I'('sped, fai :llt,ss. hOIlt'sty. s}lurtsmnnship . It . Illt:nns pln,vlllg Ihl' J..(!lIlIt' as i t should h(, }l1:1\'('<I. II IS n fl)(' In dlt'll l i n g : it rt'I/nin-'s I h a t lesl� he IlIl-.:t'l\ (ail''''. square h'. hurtt'slI\' , 1 1 1 111111' a'lIe! du'nlilig m'e III l'IIIlI ):lniIlIlS in I lilly wny. I I IU10r huilds j.!Otlti dl1lt"adt'r: d1('al­ illJ.! h �'l'al-.:s. ii , e!I')�\·n . The III�" neal,'s a favor. . ahl" Illl prt'SStoli. ",.lult- Iht· u!lIl'I' :In tlllfnYor� alii" . Tht, 1"01'1111'1' is or !-!I't'al tlSt· afl" " scholll has I"" 'n l'oll1pll'lt'd: the lalkl' I,'nn's 11 stnin 1 1 011\11' .!..!i ws sl'lf·rl'spl·d. h u t cheating CIIII� ,h-l\� !�. TiPI"]1' Il'an's the eOllst'iPlll'l' fn'r' (rul I1 1 nil lItJUI·�·. "lain, 01' tII-fn'ling, Wllilt' d w u l l l l < l hlnd,., ,,s Iltt.' s o u l . OIH' ma}.;�'s a man oul I1f ,v oulh, a �\'oll � a r� I1Ut uf a young girl; Iht, Ill hf'I' �p(·I�k.<o; dll ltllShlll'SS .111t1 \'\'t' ll I)all\'ishm'ss . I n , :,1 wOl'd. hlllHll' is gnod; dwaling, liat!, I h �' honor s�'sll-l1l, can'fully I't'gufalt'd anti pl'adlsl'd, might ht, I!st'd willi fa\"lIralrlt' I','stdls :11 Pacific I . u l heran Collegl'. I n lilt' first p'I;.H't:, !t \\,llulll I't'll'tl\'r' a l l pI)ssilll!' n'slriditlll allli !t·lt\·I' I l1t, mimi fn't' and I'Il'ar. Tllt'll, too. it would tTt'alt' 1','sIWt"! ill tlh' minds of the pupils for tht, 1I':l<'hl'I'. ;\10.<0;1 impol'tant <If all. ho\\"­ t'\'I'�', 1111' hOIll.lT' syslr:1lI \\'utdd tll I'O\\' I h l' pupil " n l l l"l'l� 1111 IllS 11\\"11 ,'('spt Illsihjlih·. I t \\'(ltlill lIU1kl' 1 t �"'11 I't'alizt' Ihat i f 11(' \\"isilt'tI In III'('Ilk �1 iIllSt," hy dll'ating. tlml was his I'ri\'ilf'gt . and . lit, \\'lsllt'll to I'l'iain his st·lf-n'spf'l'I. Ihlll, lOll. \\'IlS his }ll'i,· i!t'gt'. II \\"I)ul<l shl l\\, h i m I h a l tlll're i ' a, dirrt' �" 'IU't' 11t'1\\'(" 'll righl anti wrong by . l ot'l"lI �g h J l n III n'ly f'lllin'ly upon his (1\\, 11 ('{)flSt·lt'llI't· . In oillt'r words, tilt' hOllor S\'slt'llI, ('tII'I'l'dl}' applit'd, Wlluld mak(' studt'nts' Illore splf-n'lianl, s('lf-l'onsl'ious Ilf truf' !lllli'als, 11101'(' sl·/r-I't·s lwding, and hf'fh,;1' Splll'tS.

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O "tlc· 5('(lrn crll!('n" \\'orld has' D.t Its sports 1 5"lnrs of another rl'fllted �a reJuvenated band'of "has beens" IMt, wee'k when Mnll:' F'ncully totrs hRn�l:'d the Sta� of ,Tomorrow I h g _ �.hrol second team) , a �t1nglni defeat

ot d which ... hyper- Empire. on the spring tour, berlnnlni March 27, Surt'ly our heart's .fond, hur'l� , �'as riddled and wlYles go with these, earolers C?f Chris. , F'trst of all, did yo� tilt youf'quota of raisins and Sl,ftpl� day today? , ' , We don'� \\�n�oJle reading this column lion cheer and deep devqUon." oI d I et e our Esteemt'd PI=�re�te;�!y �:ar��: ::t�n�enu�:� , ��� , � , ��J;��� ��; ���: ;,m: :� :e:��:,:: donned, old and )'enr's ba.sketb�1I ten.m Into the MJ�dle t h�lr vaccination marks":':..,Jlley'U be' the only ones we'll want l h West durin, the Chriatmas vacation as to show, at leILSt . . , � ch'alr It1ds wliJ , be playing , arilb8.M8itors of We�rn rOooww has hflSe Me" amid the SAle brush of Idaho when those G �' betOf!! large an,cl somewhat crlUc':l the appmval of InfluentIAl M1d-weatem little wn:ltC,Sllp� of polson appear" . , It's a great' day tor audlt'nce. M�da,.. �arch 15. friends, with support assured. . , Why, on report·card ,day many ' of the girls ret was to be eXp«ted at this time of Good will Is l:e"rtalnfy ours in InPt'nnilnent wa\'cs . . . A Jot'of the boys ret permanent theAssch ool ye., each 'faculty "PlftyeT crelUlng me ll.\ure �ause o'f the meswavPs from:em, too:but they're not In th'e halT . . . Happy WI\S assured of certtlln defl'nJte; tol. sages brought I n spefl:h and' so"n:t over Is the mosQuito .....ho PIL!IRS the .screen test. 101!o'lng lunong \.he student . spectator'S. ra�Jo all� In person by uacher.l and FIBS A:\,D F�CTS- ' (' At times It �med as If e\'en t�elT op- s�'t:dents and st�dent groUPl!, by stilf It's a good thing youn truly isn't' a scandal writer like al �l: tonnt'T students, and the "O�r\'Btory H'III" Billy ITom the �t Sound Colle :r::::=;:e U�!� :����p::�; :�;�� �� r � acTOM the tracks Life Is too short to be thrown ·t.nto Ihe It'ache� fro�e learners. Question for 'ea�h one of us to ponthe drink t'\'tr'y' often, even though your cracks do Te�hen NieknadW'd de'r : How good an ,amb Mador or good . mould public opinion . . . hat . . U you glTls heu WJth· "Slats" Hauge ot dCar old St. will am I? Hol!o' true a trlt'lld am 11 mODAlng sound In yOUT eu some noon.hour, don·t think times, ' and a and Cliff "Ball Hog" Olson ot " A friend 10\'e1h at aUers.\ty': me..&UY_ �_ )'o u.. tO, walk to· Olnf o! mas.to. ly SQ l d.s-Il:J._ probllb ' brotht'T I, born (or ad1.' np to mlnC! that ' dl.'ar old Luther, twO .the kicking � with hl;;/, . . which br1 0, A. TINOELSTAD than R coincidence that "school" Thymes .....lth a \\'ay ...back turning u.p at forwards. It Is more they ' assured men ot who themM'lves "tool" . . , They have put D damper on the noise tn IJlI!' librnr}', but I'\'e l(n.ind that' silence In the library breeds would shoot ple;:t)' In the game. The DRI�Te I n h 1 , 8, BrowseT I ' ' � ;�Ir:eg�f/!.� ��I�I�,��e t��c� �r �:t�::�;e:I!o��:��h�;: ;i=:i� � ;�= �� , :�a;���:� ' . On)' n ftcr tomoHOW the choir le(w{'s. nnd we won 't tlllt:'!t ha\e been somewhat ot a tramp FUTURE V�TERA.NS the announcement that with . nthl Along t udging degrees. his eefrom ,"P e, (' J go by c(\ra\'nn. nor will we lra\'el via air Elvt'strom's a �lely called. "Vet· C. campus .\ :-'el' '' Lctnas at good old Lu �eT and the}' have fOTmcd :"Ilrl . . You could have thought that lhe P. Wars:' the undergrnd· Future Of eralls And 5t. Ramstnd old " good of Olnf ' )' wns Indhm rC5en'aUon by nil the U'aT paint ' e girls flJlt'd lhe guard posts, As 1111 indlca- uates. of Princeton hnve Ulken a tor· , wcre wcarlng last FridAY when pictures' were being taken lon Qf thl.' genernl all around strt'ngth w:"lrd stcp In "putting the bee" on ",:ar. '. We'\:c ne\'er had th{ ' ph!a.sure of ha\'lng cosmetics, t Lea}"I' It to the tooUn-looters--the col­ although we had smnll 1>0" and men..�lell at Ure aRe of nlne. Of tht' team. Imagine such player! as Joe Ed�'ard� and "Wreeker" Franck ,!eglal1� ! If they find 110 other way to HITTER 81TES- , l bl h T I t It g on h ' b n h le ' ! OPEN LEiTER \0 Bomcy Janssen; We u'lII not say S �h: " " " " l ,',�� ' ,. �;� U ... ..ou, ... or .. gn"" ''ould �1� i:U�', e l� ��;:� °:O�lrt :: �� n':one anylhlng about Ellen Bcrgstrom � you asked us to 'do helps. It More thnn If surpnsed go thts.-Hlluge something like opcned SCREEN PERSONALJTY: Alice' C,.ook IMagnllicenl rt'duced to serIous difference h� been Ob)<es.�IOII' BOUQUET: to TH fA DANI£LS lor till' scoring .....ith a cle\'er left-handed r1 · shot from deep In rnldcouM. · while little Importance by Ilght:hearted dl rn:,l.lt'ing the "Acmc of ACCQI11Odatlmlty" Club . . . TOtesU,fy. can student. mnn) cult'. ' as one forty Ed. �}"cll. students DAY'S FA£L.E: Onc(' upon a Ume JENNIE BARDON an to gh'e him a thwlderous O\·OtlOIl. PROLONGED III.EETING ('on front I'd yo}! nnd said: " Ustcn, you hunk ' ot, tripe ; lIl Will P. L. C. and C. P. S. meet on the a Thl'll Cliff got thc ball and his 'team6 U �'our lnll bl'forc I cut loose and \\'\1)(' the le I It until he had. gridiron next fa l l? If the people of It· down your gllllet" . . . TOE-NAIL DF.- llIat('� 1('lephonl' drjbbll'd the, le;lgth ot the floor cou- Tncomn hM'e Iln)·thlng to sa}' about It. SCRIP1' lq '1 8� lRfNE ODELL (A Tlck.led Gargoyle) ' " rll.. 01 \lmes and shot O\'er hl� head for they wilt. U's a red-hot natural. Both' SccTetary In Any 5mnll TOWill :-'IARIE JOHNSO� t I e o y PnANK\Surr-. A F'Ift�··Ml!e Gale) . ���::' ��YL. �� ;:}A���f�oa���e�ar���;�'>I:� ba�:;�� ::���S(':ll; ���t� :::�� 1with, �R,\MRI.F, 1!Ii WORD and �ven. wants to be reckoned . Ho"'c"" tht! superior r c I . L IS W� \' OF PASSJ:\'G-

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Columnist. MBII<" Y'" O'Conner. ! ComJllete ·St:hedul� or Matthes It's not so imporl.u'lt ""hAl '" fellow Is Announced Loath Olson . Sixns U p }"'our· wrltu,. espt'Clall� football player: the Teams For Intramural readers will (orget thE' C()lltent.� Immed. coming of aprlng, P. L. C:a tht With , !!!. ( ely an) Competition "" ",) . Bt'$ldes. If ,I clln help . golf stArs can be �n . almost d"Uy :\fart!n , hls jOllm'al1stlc bur., ,... With spring tr�lng '��er the greens or practl.!lng wuther bringing :Ien, I'llbydosharing so, and let the brlckbat.s up !.helr drives -and apprOAch thoUJ. thoughl3 of bR.�ebllll lilt{) the minds of fall where they mll:)', One consolaUon . The .first makh ' is lined .up agalnat PL.C.'s bllMba]] players. Qo�h Olson Is that even Boo's stuff has bttn for­ Norm',- be plAyed In Bellingham has me� ...lth student rt'presenlalh es gOI((,, 1l at Urnes by his readers. . ' I . Bellingham April 1'1. nnd dra'llon ulJ a tentatl�'e tour or fh'e t really a hard .task to recount . learn feaglle t;t,'l!h the first game to person's 'wlnnlng- divot team .ro� P.fo$.�ts most thrlll1ng moment. . but If ' �nce last year's brl,ht, esp�<:I.lly ar@ s. e OO .����� �� {;e �r!�::e�H����: �;Uet�!�la��n;li��tS�I� a�r:�:��� ' team con5lstlng. or Harry McCormick:, ThUrsday's -si.ue�. Ra,. JQb.n mpSlOn," o Tl;f Lloyd softball <. ' Oml)ttillon will ally, shall tf)'' to. explain my uPf'rlbt> bt't.....N>n tht .. Nlght·O.....ls:· strong enres. . Hiliderlle� and' Alvlne r..ehm�n are. all pre-,�n fa\'orltf'� and tht Dorm E\'l�I1' gam'e 'or football that I hue back. Ho�{e\'l'r, Fran.1t. Unltr.. former Pe[,!," formtr "PK'."" AcCording Lincoln hl'h Kh� star. m�, ·oust eme In has contalntd a multltudt the schedule there be gamtsto playt-d of these fivt; lettermen. thrills. The IJIfnute a game starti, un.ot pla}"'t'(I each ""eek ....,.Ith each four team playThe following schedule of pm'" rQr til the last sOund final of the wh15tle Lng tll.·lce a .....t'ek. Monday, TUesday, It Is -pa.cked with thrills, Bf'lnr that the season �.i rollo'&5: Apdl l4, UrJ· Woonf'J;day. an� Thursday. . as'll Is, )'ou can rslty of WfLShln,ton freshman, here: e \' It for is hRrd a Four lelUTlll ha�e been �Iglled ,,"pril is, ElIt'osburg Norm.aL there; J4a,. mrre, "muscle head" of football to reo:. , 6. BtllIngham Norm--:t. here: May 9. date ""Ith the strong possibility upthat!O count his most thrilli ng experlen�. another team ",-III be added .....Ithln the . Rat�r than i?count Unlvcrslt,y or Washington freshman, next week, or t..... Coach Olson urges PerlellCt ' l "'ould rather.antellIndividUAl tht"re; Ml\y 14. Eli'en.'1burg Nonnal. here. you of a.Il men Interesll"d In obtalnlni-lheu_ eX �h tMnl-oolleeUvelY. A coach'," gt?at' At present a medal tot/marnent Is be. Courtelly' TImes Tacom --<:ut a I)h}"Slcal. education credits In this maq� est pride Is a team that can tAke a lick· d i d t nnlne the men 0 Sign up Rli soon as po�lble,. as Ing and like It ; but on ly 011 one con. Mr. PaII'l ,:. � f""t'n� H.� "81�1" Nli!lOn with thl' trophy h�mor. II�:O c; dutt /�<tlIterIs 1not r�p�f'$e;t P� �, In the comytt tpo tAlf' 10 form Imother dHlon ;' thllt the opponent Is a better Ea�h thf' name of lhf' l.eam:s mOst valua�lf' play,,; 1ns<'{Ibf-d on a/ A tches, In m /' teRm, -' team. L, C. hns a teRm made up of ----------------il' ;:U:w;:U:w;:U:w�w;:U:'t Just such mel.9.l, or to use the vemacul� WOlllt'II', ;\(' l1.,· ili(" Li�1 . ,.., ' ;'n"" n.' fo,"'" d,," 0", of .U ·>.I., I . Ihe gnmf's played, h/l.\·e noticed only 'Oallenll ,' a>mp'(!LJ � I II S 'l.i� pt'nUl� ' . V II time that the �-e�1ll was IIctually � (�y HI � rnad Ix>cause thf'Y. had lost. TImt de. ,Shoe. Leather All �olleyball royen. Ruth 10 A�cOn11l1g >1.men JI Anderson F ,"'/l.S by 9. ttelUn l that thc c1AS.�'t('lIms be ehose-n f\:ew 5p"ng \Tylu "OW here u" by one Ford 0, oh Tommen·ik. Nilsen, Irel\l Rl wa�(' tnfllctt'd o Ihe ess lucky M�·hre Johansen Are Back To lIl9.nllgf'r. galore es t Wh, April commencllU{ wNlk Ihf' bt'forf' Solie.. DoisJlad.li�n. Archlc, Haug�n. AI of erP. dL.fea dopponen�. Form Nucleus of Squad utter which tlmf' th(' IIltt'rclas.s games Jacobs. O. GrAnde. D. CapJ);, F.�UDger will be nin oU For the In..�t ·tlllo.'O "'eekll Hay�cd5": Paul LArsen, Asper. Sluen. -Ihf'y lIe\'f'r sa}' quit. In fae-I don't Or! thf' tf'nnis court,� prospects for A the "Pflu volleypoor Hprt . glrll� hRl'� wn practicing ('gCr. S\'ltT1!. Thompson, Hlnderlle. thrnk Ihl'}" know thf' Illeanlng ot till.' wt rllling team are J1:I.ther ball d lrlnj( Ih('lr r('g'IIIAr gym clAs.'S . Callen K.amp·� tullbHck Myhre and Hill JohallS('1l t\rt' the only period!'; 't' sehlanbusch. C. Olson. "Pet Club" ha\ certain "The Store WIth the Vellow Front': Bob MO(>, Jen�n. SchIlAc);enbf'rg. O. 1t'I(ernlt'1I \IIo"('lgh!'; about p'ollnds hit an returnln",imination I I I I Bro"dway . • W. A. A. SWIM PART\' 'nstad. 'K, Anenson, V HIUH· l k. W Hok( tournRIr An baek � el Ht.. of . hll.s About beefl 200 polllld� .....Ith """"'''''"'' . "" I!llIlost bone-crushing nnd �Ulr\t'(1 to dCll'rmlne poSIUOlf� on the S�nsort'd by the Women's Athletic t �""'''',........"... ""' Klluut'n, KnutZ('.'l. D. MO(>. Othf'r.< Itnlll)lllu."lng their Intention I gel of\�]) alld t. Stlld<:,nts. thill'S teltm. TIlfOUgh grAdliR tloyl -P'. L. C. lost AI'.'Iocintion. n 5wlmmlng party will be , smll : of playing by !llgnlng are: George �pirlt In AllY Inn�lIAgt'! It..s first four mer}'i�S jd Gln.�- given SnturdllY night. April 18 at tne of Ihrrc ROCERY CO" C . I , D. Haldane. L. G renier, KlludLson. nll� MR- Y \V C, ,\ AidA Johnson Is the g(,l1Buncoyn('. It Is. hIlS b('(!n "0, Gl'IH' uncouth Football, , ! lRn.�k, J, DII�sIHlld, Hob MUl!l'll. and 111\','11 lllUl'i1 !I!llf' U}' 111(' during my Stll}' r1011.�0�. ( - '\ l'ml chnlrtnfln In c-hdrge of ArrAllge- 1 Member United Purity Stores . \ i�lt rOld Hum AI II'Mt one other (,tA I� ilrn'. Hnd I. during the coun;{' of illY The following rn.'11 IIfC $I �wd U-P-fOl7 tllf'!l1:". Ircne Odell Is In Chargt' of Rd-will aT GAr. \\111 b(' organlzc-d, nnd If nt'Ces.'SAr , ' Sidders :. lind HeMcntric!;tor Parkland �, pigskin ACth'lt�" hll\'e developed 11\ the prl'llll1i1ulr�' mntches. MrhJ:.. Johall- vlfn'lrlll;l.'l:<.lm'11\t'rt!llnm Imrty. Ihe mu� \/0'1\1 be !!.doed to the league. n ot l� 111111 In tum h/l.ve « 'II. SChlflnbuscll. Hudson. Grrllicr. 0. Influel\Ccd by the t;!lme. Pfhlt'l:!'f , Larson. J. 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. II O fj hilly laW).c:h� th- e 1936. . IW lIlTi ,stamrlll Poc�et �alu(o mO\'rm t .at Horem. J. Den8on, V. Knulzl'''' tJ Solie I)ired SlIgn Bene, " Pa c:I(lc LWhl'nln CO I gt' IUt :--';e I t�e Plans .� fit Shuw language the devious ; prr�m lll'giat: ern �k tells mad �:�I� I ��;)�:��e:-7t �:' :��:��. n IIl �UIl.g study of .....hy .str'd)', ho..... bod�·. ror the annual n � rornmittet's ComlllNt' . . . Hoo p Squad� ;��: :� : ��c�: iI::t�:� :����1S 1 &tga Cllrl1l�·RI. .....hlch \\' 111 be IlI' ld Fr!ilt ads 10 y�u > of the campus get .��f����o��e�'����:;�I:n�:t�: :u�rs hl\�flin�Ir;;,�!:�� i���' ;��I:��I�lg� .=I;��� Plnlll' undcr "':1), to !<tmd Ihl' 1935 l, I(mdc . 24 In Lho IO'mnn...Llull I ' AinU t flOO\ e Igh a l flu nk all'" .... . Ith .. .mlnlmum of ' d Ing. � eat. dlMp. mrmb(>r� among lhc slud('IlM: h'R ' 0f stu�' ' JUnlOI' COl let-;.c bn,..I;:Nual chllmpion . unun '\lmrk. n ..... .....rllien by OIl n I Ill' nItrl by ' genl"ntl I.,halrrnllll .annoullcffl Ka'l hn'n l looms o\'e�ad Of Edl· Kllu!�n. El Rlx'lh Sluen. .,h!p \<'am 011 un I'lutrrn lo11r !U'X! II \u\OllS Rl,l lhor 'A'ho mAde one of the fa. ptorOlll�tmr camp. She fully expe<:ted P. Hll!g. Odlnlt., \'audcvt ll' !lllm­ t ol utson H . Enid �Or�11I1 Margar:; E\·ans. Ir1.'1 Prt'u5: , Chnslmn:s . \'acallon All Luther ;1\011... fnlernitics In �Ienc.e ,,"lIh�uI Ralph Bolstad. JI\.'Ipt'r John- tkn,are not }'l't �l'lldY' lor prl�lI and ""ho gl\'('5 comp ete' dl�� " �; �i l�sl�:�bl�' ��ri�u����or���l,,�:�� :nc. raIlnd't. AIYfinn .;:.chOl'll� 11\ North. Oskotfl. Soulll Os. ! �l\IdYlllg Miss Hul�n It1 Ij:rnl'nal . for "lmprcssil1k the PTof�" ..Ho..... of T�ughL. " , . ' IlHnol.$.. Iowa. and 110m; ' ' F ounded kota. Mmlll'S) la. In Englllnd by Mr!!. Charles ' "!; AjlCssiStlnR ;\ i lon are Judy Benson. Verll cal led on ,br ,\\'haL you OhIO will b{' NlIlacted for g.1me!>. dtoOlla\'old ml'all5 of wlnnl.ng I �nut.t!'n. CIW!OIl'r·Solir. and MlU'glU'1'1 xa ndrr "L k�ow.Ix'ing " "Hoiii' to gel. yuur.leU calii'd "'EL�O)fE SWEET ,SPRING'TllUE . hM r Alf eiends for ChrL�t.· thl' mO\'tm�nt I Ro� il. AdwrlislnK the Cll.ml\'al will ... L �prlnging and 'A'as really e . r :Iofr Paul t\. Preus. field ogem. an. on' for ""hat you do kno"'.... .Hlulng Springnl�ely u.ntll SU'ndar- . mOTlllng l � I.dl}' J:!r��I'S5("d. In ,Igog It �am� bl' colllductt;d b�' Paul' Estrem. Palm('r . 1l01ll1Ct'd thc;.e ,expectallons at a ban . cxallls." a.nd " Gettlng unfair trrndes' �olng orld· ld ha In th pened nea or d 1('8.gu('. ... hlch nov,: Ln- SUI'ro. Vf'rlla �eglun�, Henrietta 0'· � \I; pl�e y, t �I �I � . r le, a othl'r Ilnd . Inst orrreU'<l," b uc alu v qUt'1 gl\o'l) la:;1 Friday e\'tlling. :Iotarch c f�o."l". Alld "'ere t��, donn�.tol"}" . ms chld� more thnn rour million mtmbers' Ij Neil.' LL�ki1 on thl' construction ron.l · '. T"L\ men from thl' Cirsl t(,am '11.'111 I lIOIlS. . mlttff Jacob.'\, Ray Rled. �J?Td -eoUld �t ha\e �n To��VoCOI� (rom e advl« o( Exampl",,, � . < l'(', ]t't"t�. and the� "'111 � accom- "And. o( co�. laugh at )'our proles. t81ll In c�arge o(. �he . flre·rQOm ? Put· H.a m. ilnd GeorgI' Knutzen. , rererences. .. . . 11..111100 b� COII�h CIIf(ord Olson and I !'Or'� jokts, E\'en If they not funn)·. ling a.$ltle all perron.l ' VarlO1is booth and cOllllmrtmrm com· '): mlnees arr named (ol\o,,"s: �ortun(' . Prof J P Pflul'g('r Thc group 111 ! a!' flO' teils them. laugh MY'lt'ay. When ttJOUKh. It does g1\'e. P. L. C. a' new 2 soon as spring sends Its , . t lIillg....4l0111oia Rust. A ice COOk. S)'I- . 11':\\'('1 b) t rain don' want to recite. sit In a of rOlnance!. Tin y buds aepe n g on )'hree ' S pe k e \ViI I .;iscuss \'Ia Mi ll' ; beane, Hal JOhfUlM'I l. V(!rn . A .t l' grlllll from J C K P;t'�. ed lllect part of tht class room. It he !I �t). bl� bush ano vl1 r fa mi ia r , �tr plant. . . Knutl.l'n ..J'rank Unger: Il0Use of hor, UCM1 1l:l 1 dlrt't"tor o( the NO",'l'glan calls �n the dumbells. look Intelligent maple ' tree doillg I�U o\'er. tennis I )ost ure. C,lothes. )I:ak. e-up ro��. Waltrr Sl'\mackenbrrg. \Yllrren gl\'el\ llSSUrRlice e\'I'I1 i! it Is a strain on ·YO'l. Ne\· r rackets Llllhl'i'lm Churcl}. has brlllg borro"'ed. whitt' skirts Hok('llsiad Frrd H('uny. Bill Capp�: nf ellst('rtl flllllnclal S\ISlport. �a" , don't know." 11 ),ou £lOIn know. lllt in�- arou�d "t:he campus. and l lh�O:� : �c�:o��e�; :Il� ;� k����� iI phreno ogist. Fred S!-Jttcr. J�lmle Bar­ . ....n·cs or no proposition YOU' :�n�u Mr. Fr;ulk Oilllhlln.. rrpre!;CnlLl�g tht. gU�s.�. OU l � h I J � 11IIe pt'et'illg out from uncler · , �hoes . do n . � : lett room. . c JoluOOn. Eulfl " YAI;:UIIA ChAmber of Commrt('r. pre· I hAI"t" IILL t\' '1'1l ch:tllce of gue ing right Illet'tmg Which .\I'Hl be hrld Wed�T Ooff.. EmdMarl mitkl'. NeVil lson: ('rs-l hry're all :;prlng In bud. Club �nl' ("d tilr ba�kl'lbal1 telllll with Lhe I'lloosing llIooralor), pnrine' sL 11.1. 1 darAk. trou5 ne�:\y. A:)rll 22 In the.rrccptlon room I 1Ma" .Ia ll ; HlI old Anderson. OJohn ) t rmiUlcnt pos.q>s.�Ion of the troph)' \ ';;1\'S chooSt.' or ' who I� bl'ttl'r hnn l UI£ D Eft·S NOTE COrdlllg to Oliver �endllll l l'r ��C ��IBI; I�:I:�7 ��.I� �: I:gI�::C=I� : Dalll;luud: icc crl'am. ElIzllbeLh Swell. rl'.'I lltl; from cranunlngs are oThlaet . ��Hl'redlty to Ix- n",�rdcd to the hOO� ; .....hlCh Nor lla PrI·US. Fredrrlckll Schlanbusch. 0 . �) Is ommbus In " h "<lund ..... lI\n1l11,: Ull' tltll' for thrl'e COll- 1 00lllillCd from dlslopbutmg agon)' O\'er ,I Hhich anceslOrs ridl'. Illld e\'el'}' �uP�:�� of1 "poslr�rt'il�ni�n:!�:'�" :� :\'I�lbl\ Fl'llny: rtsh pQLLd. Voll), Norby, r ou I w .'t't"uU\·1' yl'l r5 III Ih(' JI1nlor colll'ge 1 ....0. nlg�ts prior to the exam:' The I, l10" l\tlldr�d Monson, Agllrs LII�dC. Mllr· 1,·aI;1I1'. :Iofr Paul A. Preus ,,·a;.. the . auth.dr· 1S.�I1CS a gl'ntle warning Ln . rs· , llnd I�en one of them ,�UIS out hlsl ," l\{a kl" Up lor Street g and EVl'llln·" wl!l ga:rl �ml'rs: beaut)' us: ' \)f' I donor of 1\ JonuS cup 10. Harold "Bls- gard to the practict of dating aMlst· helld and embar I dt·lI . Eugenia Sp('nccr . Ell'anor Rail· . O �. o,f, ·r· NIL-.cLl. whom the I('IUII named ant$ of thl' oppositl' for tht p�rpose Tt..: �I:'IiGER� ARE OFF ����: ' � �� ;:�� � �I �: n � � :U�:�� � : gy I of e LI a o r l g by Mis.i Adell' Wright. oWller Ola �::��:�. 'f:�I�:n�I:�ss�U::a\��'lia�:�� ' \\�h; ;�:::n� �n:::ki��w::sfO;��� I a1;ld.�OlLl ��1;C:�:1:1:���� ;����:�;/�:���:i��;� :�a:;: � g=:::I}� ��I�U�':e::UI. lAdf'I('. Beaut)' Shop Pork· . Tlwlma Daniel!;. Kenneth /l.nenson. the pa�1 ;<l'ason It I� quite cus Omal'}' fo� collrge :<IX Ill('mbf'rs of the Choir on the iriP. ! :1\�d . ' ' Il.I"'frs. Pl'rs 10 run arllcll's on "Tl'n Ens) 1 11 \\a" a long tedious ta.sk for Manager o.�ell 10 pour thai e \ enlng are Mrs Ii' C h t'ssons III S\ud}U11! tt cetern The ehl'Strom to gtt the group off for their T 0 5 a e nd Ruth Fro}en ep P I PU-tro n ·lze OUI AdvertJ'sers Leaf frolll Sanlll Rosa Junior r IlLlljunl "prl lg lour .PinaU) though Club pr(':I�ellt Qu.ality Knitting Co. : ' LOak Before going to town read this lest' III Ca hforml\ rontrlbuled the tht' plnn!; l'I'r.e..J� and 'AI' told our hands The comml U ff.'l cha e of arrange. Col I I :\OO\e Lett,r S.... ..... Our Sp.d.1ty Hnd :<.6\ nt e d IIlfonnatlon Ushering yes ",here there Is a v;1II IlIl'nU art' decora tions &:atrlce Le- I column The folloW1ne rtmu are P r i I the ", mttr Q"uarll'r fLnaL� II.( the unl- tht're:; a 'Aa� It. 'Aas heard that Mrs lJInd Hf'trn Lilja and June Wallers frIends and ad\.erl15enl In the Moor403 I I Ih SI Tacoma WISh '-____ _ _______ lersL!\ of Wa ington the alwa}s· Kreldl('r '" II�OLng to chaPl'rone the rcfnshmen � No\ell Nagel Ele or Ing Mast J .:":' 1 ChOIr lhl� \�f'Rr �use tkere are RauC!<,bn ugh li nd ha KllUtson Allstrum Printing Company " m!tIlY lefVa\ horn,e In the dorm who Associated Photographic Ben'lce CAMPUS DAl Bob 's Ga age : I l1("rd l �klng �1ter' ��ht Could It SERVICE DANIELS' UTlRBROOK ,. thoS<' nauglil\' nOls), frosh or thOSt' C,lmpu.� D:ty has been chrdu ed for I Bonna,deler Beauty Shop Fo",,'a;.. '." For School Worll nl·prl'5('nl studious thlrd·)('Rr norm· Ap i l 11 A� yet no commillees hMe Brickley Rudlo $1.00 Each II

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' . � e I � DtrectoN Pht" " Vaudeville I�n� P' P i Kappa �;�\��Y�t �:��·a7!:'S:��rc��t .Dl:�;= � :.th�:: ���m�n:el:��:::'. =;7:.1:� . W k ly Bullel�n 'Boards l'lusic, Com dy,l bBooths .of High C3 i re ,Ret.M:L. Ne�vlg:s Ch�TCh I� Seattle. . Ddta Ph� 'KaPpa hu: bee� adopt� e ' :\Ii:o;s :\'u\"cllt, E. :"\agC'1, HlpUlie!:: ':;�el�� H:Jt!::m�' a=v�:; for the new name or the Pep CiUb, the (.ay Illusi(' Ullil ,'ulurful lighls I .Norby at the -Pacific .dl$t.rlc.t meeUn, organization of dormitory &irls. A coin-. will uffe r 1I;'t, S(.tIill� fur u vcry /;.. : �'Ilillr uf Iht' ::\or mul <lepl.I�l� mltt compOSe(f of Ellen �rptrom. Ih'l�ly Sugu Cllrnhlil . wliie}1 will Yo'hleh Yo'as held at Bellln,ham . I!l J�e. 1Ilt'111: will rt'ign as Queen uf . :'m��� :tti��Orga.ard, a a!ld Helen LllJt. worle- ()lx'lI Fr i du)' .Ili�ht l;1 'eight u'�lay O;IY fl'sli"ilit'S, nt'cording :;:!:,�:rn L�::::: �6=1�� h� project. wl..l4 the dlrect.\on duck. III Ihe I'('�ull u[ II sludl'lll hOtly :\Iysl('ry pr�'I�il!\, III �w� lea will be held 1r'! Jun�.at Mlnneapo� ' :/ . 01Pr . · J. U. Xavier. C,ll,,·tiu 1 held ' bl�1 " wr, III «'�unl i l l l ht' ,,:llu«'\'llIc Thur sclll;':. IL5 !-flnnesota. )Durtng th� con\'�ntlon \ )(' tn� sldent has Ruth Froyen appo (' SPfHlSUl'('cl hy Ih(" flc.'lta Hh" .. ... �. a Women's MlMlonary . FPderation to be In charge of �tlng lnter- IInml meeting will be carrted on. Represen- girls names ha"e appeared on the 11.Bt. ( ;1.111111.111: Illis IIIII'I UIII sI )I'in;.: ar� esUt'ig Item} on the dorm buUetin ofTen performers, but tittle Information taUyes from .all_dlstrtcts are ul\'lted. boards. .[air wjll " (llll lllt'IIl''' :l.1 Ihr ('(' (1'_ In�charge of the second and has .bt't'n gh·en. out. Ray Hlnderlle ', dot'k (lI! Fr iday uflf'rlloon p ' third ,floor bulletins are Kathryn R!gg band es Peggy Ramstad at the . , 'la\' .'Helen LUJa for tbls · 9o'�k. Betty plano. Includ I . and 1. Jen5en playing the trom. . c b . T rr� and Mabel Heggem lor the week bone. {\lIMarv Very decoraU\"c plllll.'l .....\11 be carried d Ken Anen.soll and Hlnderlle out In the coronation of the Queen. Ie .of "'prll 27-Jl,fay 3. and Beatrice Leland pla)'tng saxophones. O' D Hut.50n. Roberta and Torrison for the week May Thelma Ness. Bob Monson.Enid She 15 be attended b�' two senjot\glr�, Walt Snack4-10. En'l),n Mon<;(l11 and Margaret Craft. 0 I enberg. "'mle "'nderson. Wadene Calawho wlll be gowned In pale blue; sophvan. Bob Svare. and Jud}' ·Benson ut · "Omores. �na Tobiason and HeJen No'.elle Narcl, who hall �n "Joan of the Nancy l.ee" 'Viii ' Club To 'Give Play also to perfon:n. l n �cott In pal(' green freshman Nonna I' ect.ed QUl't' 01 May D." "'The numerous booths and compart.Be Presented May S; . Prl'u.� and ...Ilce Cook In �ello" and Saengerbund ments promise to be very Interesttng," . For Tacolua Reid Directs -high �hool F'redrtcka Schlanbusch and Commerce Comnuttt'c . ' slates Miss Hutson. Their com� Invl the t ... Virginia Davis In peach color lR}� "Or the Tacoma mltlee hl'ads M follows: fortune SugscsllnK a peri of the early The cro.... n bearer for this dellghtful In:,p('cts P L C COUn l)US nineteenth ·century. odelaborate stage :'ae�gel�bt��:�t�n i�rg;�Ctl:n O!�;:-. teJln.i g : Romola Rust. Alice Cook. .8ylvia Miller: beano. Hal Johansen. Vern nnance Is to be Eugt'�1' Knudson At"the In\'l�aUon of Mr. Paul .... Pre-I settings and co:o;tumes art' �Ing work� the�German club .'lI i presetlt pt'rfo or parklan�. The train beart'rs named field agent. a subcomlnlttee reine- cd out for the Drama Club opc'ra which act pia)'. "Karl Hat ZahfUChmt't7.en." Knuben. Frank Ungl'!\; house of horer h r a tl e f )' I'venlng. April 29. at S: 15' ;::�ns::!� Fr� ';;:�;�;:;il �:=� ��a:��I!'�II: !��; O��� :�: �:�: �� ��:l�: �:;::�� ::���\��� l� to bl' Ilresented FrldaL ev�nlng. Mas Wed!leesda Christenson "'111 be thl' f1o�'('r girls. Ch3�ber of Commerce. VIS;:;t the COl' IS. ...::�:�It.). hall. 13th aod Ta- p�noJogLst, P"ted Suttef'. Jennie Bar� �� m ese little glTt� 1\'111 be dressed In old ...rnold Anderson and Mildred Mon- Those Included In the eMt afe Fred don; tea room, �Ie JOhn.50�, . ��. Wednesday. April 15. (�� asbloned spring clothes. Ribbon bear- I. ° n, a OO�f, Enid Bu The group. which Incl\lded MFl\StS will be seen thl' leading char:- duller l e, Neva.John KArl' Ruth Johnson the aunt. Mae Harold . An.de�n, Dq&- ' cn; are glrl� named from t �e senior Gee. E. Fisher. Herman -:Jacobs. (9. N. son "ct In "Joan or Lnc Na�C}' ee Da�lels Aunt MI�a'� Norm�- game. NOI'� Stuen, ice am, �1i&beth :ass, .Eyel)-'ll EJtluz:td. Marie Johnson. Allstrum. W. Leuenberger.�nd v.�tl thl5e�comic opera In two acts. L ", Thelm� d l cre ; Emm.; Mary J4a.chl , Onm � edvlg Dahle. Mildrl'd Monson. Joanna Honcywdl. viewed the . cramped library Th(> scene of the opera takH pl"ce Preus. t th O e k' Ve th 8cblan�, e�.y ;P.rec1r1cka MAnoUS()l;. Roberta Torrlson. Eleanor and cla:<.�room facilities. They noted on the piratt' ship. the Nal lcy Lee. Ray !��thl: C:Ooc�r: �::kB1tteFI�er. lir::d MelbaPreua, tW1 pond , Vo�IY . Norby, _ P Raudebaugh. Ruth Froyen, Eline .1I.{\I�d lI.(onson, AgnC!! Lunde, Mar relation of the campus to points of Reid will have charge of the nne. stagt' Johann. .<;(In. and Eve.lyn McCullough. Ben- tInthecrcs garet Demers; beauty hOllPltal. Irene las the municipal airport. !Oetting!; suggested for this opera. EnSix aesthetic dr 115 will be performed militaryt such Odell, EUI{elll� Spencer, Ell'8nor �urcservation. Spanaway Lake. rlre costuming of the cast Is being by members the mu."<;lc Interprt'tation .the Rainicr. debaugh, Thelma Ness; theater, � . a ln hlghwllY. mount Parkrding to Mr Keith Reid, acco planned. daS.'). The Ma}' Ie Dance 110'111 also be land golf course. and thc ptopo5ed ex� Drama Club ad\'I5('r. who is ,cOllchlng Monson. Tessie Sells. Louise William'!, gtvl'n. Judy BenMln hlL'! chargl' of tenSion of the Tacoma Metropolitan the speaking lint's and musleal ph� Thelma Daniels, Kenneth Anenson" WOI I I . p!ann�ng prot:rr�1ll uetalls. a.<;..sisted by Park District -Paul Estrem. Palme� Su�ro, Vema Dapper. the production. MrsI. ...s dah Helen Scott. Jf'an-Marte Fowll'r, Joan- Yesterday a meeting of the Tacoma 'Pofhysical Henrtetta 0 Nell have had educational n tructor. will Outside Speakers To Discuss Teglund. nR MRIlOllso.�. and Syh'la Miller. cha.rge of advertising this bt, atudent. artlst.lc s Chamb<:'r l' r l", Clothing, Posture, Make-up of Commerce held. but pecial the o e charg h TVo'o booths will be ela�rall'ly deco- no delall� for publication were released scenes. body carnival. Booth construction ;ted . under the lJuldance of Melba In regard this recent Inspection. ...mld a delightful spring set�lng of work Is �Ing done by AI �acobS, Ray The supporting cast Is listed as fol � decorAtions e S consi5tlng chiefly of fruit ���' Harold H&rr.. and Qf!>orge KnutlOWS: Sir P.�ter Leyton. Pault .Estrem: MC:�: 'J!�:n. �;:·cr:�. :;�:�::. n e the Personality Club will meet bloMOms. t M �:� � berl .. er' � r Or Lord � i �K . and ,popcorn wlll be sold. � n pro . In the recreation ;oom tonight. at 1:15 P bl" S peak 0 g 'CIa8S enberg, Jerr),. Lio}d Other commlttf'l's In charge are' . Barn�y o "'nenson: U Kenneth Brinkley. 1011 throne. NormA Preus. F'rearicka &hlan� Mrs. T. 0. 8\'are, wife of the d ; p n :' o'clock, bu."Ch. Verna Teglund. Marie Wenberg: Holds Practice Debates : college pastor. and Miss Ruth F'royen. .-Harold , �l �I�:� � l\,{a�� flowf'rs. Eula Mne OOff. Alice Cook. Thelma Danlel�. Ander- ��':'K�;�en�;I Delta Phi president will pour In conJunction' with the forensic In61g M ' . :-an Vlrginln Davis. Loul� WIlliams: at- son Co-Star in Class Play - M�n:�: :� e; ��;irates: The subJecKappa � IS � os � of the progra p t s�� n e a e e Myhre. Charlie �nd clothes. Miss Edith . B. Ramsey, IItrucllon of the public �peaklnr c1au, Thelma Danlcls and Harold ...nder. ��hn St4en·. BertNIlsen: �:���:� ���en� �:t��rt�L:v ��tc=: Lady Joan· clothing, teacher Ilt. .. LlnCC!ln High Pror. J. �, Pflueger hM COnf�.uc� a Evelyn Eklund: clcan-up, aura Hl!.uge, son are cal<t to play the leading roles Leask. and Harold series of c1a.ss deb&:tes for. the past two VirginiA Clifton. Mar)' Jane Dedrlch. In the &>nlor Class play. "'Once There na Leyton.a Mildred Monson: n�Iari� School. will speak on.. Proper Clothes H w a n EliZAbeth Stu�n, Mona Byrd. ;O�Pkln:� �:s�re:�te�UI���ss"';!::�� �l��I:�: n�IO���lt E��:��: �pe�r �:rk.���pe����,";�rls' :�lcal ;!� �::orro\V Ott" Gl'1lnde, Sylvia MI1� c k o l a e ee I ra I "La Surl.rise D'lsadore" ��eG co������l :,e �rs� �daRr: �:�� ��:en��r� �o�!U:y��: ���:ssEU��::' ���: �lsc""�:: "'�t��� :�d �:�t�:;� ��; :�t��::�� o�O:h�:;::�n����� a l a a n e ha e G Wil B� iven M ay I 5 ! � C��a�:: �� t� .���� ��s.; ;::���. ;!p����' I� �:�::: ��� :l:1 :;�c a:��I7:e:�On\�:eo�:g:�� les are ' the Prfncess �:��. ��dr:U.:�r:10;::n�: e s, Wadene Cala- will demonstrate "'Correct �osmetlcs team Includes Edward MachiI', Estl)er and Phil Lennox. Thl' sup· Madsen: �IdesmaldAnita Friday afternoon. May 15. In Dellatore , Ball. and AI� for Street and Evening Wear. . . anc� Irene Odell. porting cast Includes the following van. Nonna Prl'us. the gymnas.lum. the .French Club will character.;: Beatrice Leland, Helen Lilja. and Norgaard Milton D'Arcy. Gary Pnue� da Johl15Gn. .. Yesterday, debating the question, "Represent "'La Surpr1.5e D'�dore." a ger; Ruby Boyd. ha�e charge of the deco- solved: That corporal punlahment Virginia Davb: Mr&. The 'chorus of bridesmaids Includes JuneionWalters F'1ench comedy In one act. Professor' Boyd. Valborg Norby; Joe Boyd, John Ma"rt;nrl't Craft. Jennie Bardon, Mar trll scheme. Refreshment.'! will be should be relmt.itut.ed In the American M. N. F'rRnck. French Club ad"iser. Is Dreibelbis; Hazel Boyd. Margaret garet Rorem. Novelle NAgel, EllUl�th serVl'd by NoveU Nagel: Elea,:!or Raude� courts." Dorta Olson. Nevllla'RoM , and CrAft: Aunt Mets Trlmble, EuIa Mae Stuen, Judy Bl'nson, Evelyn Monson, baugh. Roberta . Torrt.son. and Jva Rut h Sollie on the aWnnaUve opposed dlrecUng the play. �ut.son. John Wenberg. Alma. Stolee, and June ; Mrs. Volly Norby. and Edna. Tobiason. Men oorf: Mrs. Seaver. Jone MadsenSignor . Pro!. Keith Reid. Drama Club .ad- Purrington. Michelsen of Ule negative. , Ellen Bertstrom: who are chosen to be In the chorus of n the role ot lsadore, a school MoronI. Ceorge The Old, pirates are Ray HlnderUe. Clyde Grim- Eight Pianists Listed Other questions which the claaa has \'!ser, I Brockway; =� Lehmann, and Orville ;:�Ofb�j!��P';:���.,:�!ch � prin�ss. Eleanor Ra debaUgh. th On Recital Program �;:��ana;e:'la�'l��::� "O��d�; � b=� �c::-. ��::: :� en c should be s.ubsUtuted tor the "A," "B." The accompanying orchest-ra under :� ���;hJ�: t= Paul ES-trem Will Speak e n a a .' To nd visits the hOspital. IsIdore become. At Missio.D SoCiety Meet ��e :=�;n ;:'roMr Lo�ld�co�:= SO�J � ;:wU:::�:!d �; �e�:� ���'n �d;�Y:e: �ISC:d WllSl' � -'-Col nt Pacltlc Lutheran at a.lanned when he flnw that the doctor ' . departme Joseph 6 Ivla Miller Marvin Jensen n u e g e r g :� : r:!��� :��/�v��I���:; :; � Prof. Pflueger QisCU8Ses =t :.::;;an�� th:S:�:t b�=th; ::t�,���:: R�nnlnl' and Nevella RoM. :::;,: ��d�:!� ters, llJe beUeve!> him to be ·mad be· day evening, April 29, In the recreation 1:45 In the College chapel. Church on Radio: �,o�8m o Teach ler se Fow ·cau of hJs strfUlge actions. He be� room. Paw &trt'm will give ' talk on t . A program of classical and modem Ueves the 'same of her, and tries to .PIa:-- -the �llstOU5 ' condltlons . and miss10n Mi Jean-M',arie Fowler ,has s1gned ,<\Oloz; varied with twO plltrJlO duets 1'!sa Prof J P PflUegeT will be the apt'ak� . er Jor Ule Lutheran Welfare 80cIety ute her. The doctol"s mother��lawo work In' Mexico. planned. ss the fourth'::� been Mme. Duval, �Y.ed by Belen Start, The program, w111 alsi) lnclud�..a vo- a co�tract to Appear!nl on the progTam are PetrY proeM which Is to be brot.dcut Mer of Ramstad: Qf!>orge Brockway, Nonna 5t&Uon 1040, Sunday afternoon ' at two also becomes involved In the mdee of cal solo by Romola Rust:and acr1pwre in the city school system next the during , Wash;ngton o\1lal. supposedly Insane persons. 0I:lly the reading by Rolph Bola.tad. Preus. Joseph Runnln" Dorothy An� o'clock.. Hi.a topic for dlleuuion "- "Tbe . ACCOrding .to JUper Johnson, presl� school year term. derscn, Thelma oanleia, Dorothy and ChrillUan Church.'o airtval of Or. Adolphe Picard aDd. .suh18... wlIe, played by Melba ren,.. dent, the Lenten olf� project de· M yet. no othl'r graduaUn&: smJOrl Arthw Larson. . The P. L. C. mate quartette will rurney, put end to !.he cont\U1on, � vdoped. �ery favorably. . Iva' ltn� of Ule Normal d�ent-· �ve been LlghUng effects will til' under the nlsh the musical...numbera; with C. 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l .iln':1I1l1kinj.! iUld Ih£' f.(t'nll{' uri (If \>�()I)(:isiflJ.! j's 1I110,tlt "10 bt�. tlisru l ltc'CI_frolll its century-old tl'�'hlliqtlt� hy 1)1"'. Cllh�n StOlJ(' (,If Stanford ('ni"{'rsity (f\(:I'). 'Thi� it;tIlIlH:l'lIst pr(}v� s Ihul wl�('n a . CIIOIR CAT. CALLS-: , ytHII1}� mllll swenrs · undying tk\'ulihn. lu.-' shHUltr �l1ol chl�p his ) lld·o\'ct the heArt. but shoula Instead . " Well. ;.re home . , . 'I helli" that SNACK hl\5 hi.! tll\ \\'I'�r mannish. suits; the an:o;wrt' hold his head In -his hands. TI1e heRrt, Iswomen baiter)! Ch,rgl'd , tiP again . that ROLPH' lost thab �.;aY "No, No, !'lo, We wan� ollr women ' the ftocUlr. hll...n't Itnythlng to do feminine "stray.ddg' look in his eYl$ , , '�d that �� . . y,'lthS your And -�wf"et and not. all d,re!lSt'd emotlon. What counts Is' Lhe' LARSON has quit. iau«hlng everything you say to pltu!tllry glftnd at the base of Ule skull, up like A men:� clothing store dummy, her , , . The' p'rpfessor,..' theme song, 'now that we'v e' r.e· alt hough he admlL.'! the helU't might We hate fa.l-.e 5Ophlstlc�t,I Ii. .Why . O tre.m. �uffl�(HS."Sh\)w Them No Mercy," . , We saw a lot of -get 'll "1I1t.[e kick" out of being In love don't women relax and try beIng selves?" ":We feel embarl"!'-"I.o;e. rl .ll o end beautiful scenery. although. RAY HrNDERLn: says he with 1935 Membeor 1936, A mAnifestation of lncreased blOod whfn more saw �enery bt-auUful In es audien the our dAle tum. '! ollt to have different c I4ssoc�d CoIiel'!iale Press than 11� did. In the tnl.and Empire , . And 01 all the �('t;on.' I But, thRt'S all lau8h like a hen's CRckJe, and'Q- never EDITORI.4.L ·STAFF to\\ns we "'tnt t�roiJgh-"'ithout �yen notlc�ng them! �t�;d:�e b ' the st of students con. d.ate A, gnl tWice. that , m R�es lot' of Helen Holtcamp - , It got so we .....ere saying, "Nice town �'e-re coming" ' t I t f> ' ' h � an I be a ' Ided noise 'In publlc. . ..We won,t �Ull.ld for . ..DITOR � Norma Preus to. wasn't ·It?�· . . . Washington croosl;'d the - DelawlU'e :I� � O:\ .:,��'.tj ;:: " �all ;�'roll. havJng. OUT w�en go flc�le �n us, eithNEWS EDITOR and �w�. anQ Clark cfOl'lScd the continent, and all of - h cr. -We want 'them .to- be tr.ue to BOYS' SPORTS' EDITOR - - Bob Martin number of. ex· al6ne .them beCame f�mous . ' . . OT' IS GRANDE c'roosed ' his ment and .such Inrge Elizabeth Btuen " ouu..s· SPORTS' EDITOR ey.es at a bW1Ch -of �Irl; In Lacrosse, and he became the ��::I;�Tf����. ��:.:It:e':o�:t 0:'?1I�1:" Th;:<. is only Starter .on the l>09r Connie Ctumb ' FEATURE EOrI'On. per­ Irene OdeJl. Marie Lien . sensation of the town . . _��uble with the eastern AIllU.'SI!d last SaturdaY 'nl ht 11 he 'had g!rls. , The Daily constantly TYPISTS route that the cun'l$ made Y_OII dizzy . . . . although fellture articles In regard to youth LE'nON! WILhrow . COPY READER t �I:: �� ��:�: g _:�d��= fisonn[ grnCefuI_t.:ve� aIWay�. .dld I��ke K�N AN"ENSE�y �1::1��� �: nd I-ts' f�n�les: ,Perhaps. i't would be SPECIAL WRITERS - Jack Q(lcy. John Orelbelbl�. C tI . . . W n�er what Wldda Warn . MADSEN . ALDA �1(l\'lrig 011 some "drnsUc" RSlilgnment Inter�stlng If the youn� me� In P. L. C. Boo Monson. JOHNSON and _l\ �ET �OREM""'WIII do.without an given thent: ThirU>en boos to the third would send. In a special flrtlc:e �-Oneem. REPORTERS-Margaret Lan;en, 'Illelma Daniels, � I\ud[ell�j whenever t l Y knit .;, " Elva Bergman, f'rt'drlcka SChlanbusch. NormM t�elr grlev�nces against women, At rear normalites or fast year's class who Ing ..P'rye, Burlfhgton hft.<; t,h.e second . I�rgest cheese factory In .thought lea.:t It might give the yOlIllg' coeds who RII.<;'<:('l\ Frye more ben!'flclal to �'rlie 6ut hav� Ix>en getting all"gr�e.n wlth ex­ th!' world. . . . but that doesn't say Ilnythlng against the thi1t pro Itlem BUSINESS STA. ..·F . had project. after they pr:x!ucts �he town ser:tds to- P. L. C� . . JOHN STUEN . � only hndb t.O dISC\l..... It. Woe unto' fit. clt!'m(,IH of spring and desire for long F)'ltbjof 'fayet Bt:u;INESS MANAGER pulled'the prize boner of the trip � . he !fat Into trouble t.ure g!'Il!'Mtions of Princ[ples or- Edu. II'ltlks all .thc pralrle.- and thoughts of e Fowlf'r. ADVERTiSING MANAGER - J{'an-Mari for ·'burplng·· [II the Iclbby of tbe "ritzy" Davenport ,hotel hour.; or Jyin� under tbo w�ep· CIRCULATION MANAGER . MlIIgaret Craft bt-cause of.th('lr Id'ea. . rest/ul cat[oll justote: . ill Spokane . ' . . Informa,lJty at aU C()l;ts wns ex�essed �hud Ing wlIlow tree by tbe creek with th!' Romola Rll.�t, CmCULATION ASSrSTA.r.'TS d' . when ARNE ANDERSON overheard a. choice quip during D('nnerC.N E. Edmundson n!'west S. somethITig to work qn. Or. Kllthryn Anderson or the. Unlthe private conversation rn;iween couple of ,bankers in \"ersit\' of indlnnlf. contributes some- Is thert' no romance In t,he heart of AD SOLICITORS - Ellzabelh f'tll;, Enid -81n«-('. Allcl' Cook. '. chool teachers? �I;�IY�a�'I�h� �I:�:I;o�l );��r'�:!��i t:!o:��e� . thln�' In tile way, at thought when he these mille s----FACULTY ADVISERS - N. J. Hong, 0. J. StU!'h h .�uggcsts thaL in the future all stut:fent..� HELEN LIWA lives' on a farm, and while enst or the ��1 mount.1.l"ns Sill' was -the guest or many farmers, bILL the �1::1 ��I :�:.gf'rprinted for klf'nllfl· CONCOMITANT LEAIlNIN{;S OF COLLEGE PREXY'S - CORNER kid , ", ",,,d "' 'h, ,II"",,, or . 'ow ' ELIZABETH STUDENTS AilE OFTEN TOO NARIIOW ) People will talk. Wi"! tRI,k. Ot�ers G irl. Stf'P Up s;rnEN and MARY MACHL'E cenalnlY k�Pt v.·t!at�er The University Colkg!' I'dl\(·;"jou� art' lIO\\" slI p'Hlsel ! 1 of Washington male t.1.[k. Tfllk is Important. It Is wisdom cyc on lh!'lr brothers during the cou� of the trip rich,"" t ifc'. I"m'h �l lIdc'ld� Itow In tt'�ld view g their ve se f wenker the t longlle. the· bridle Iv\'e If'( to x ' O !i ::, nce H whether know didn don't it We bllt, . good nny do t 1 ' To Iii' tlti� point down . 0 I/wn Pm'ific In \'err pointed nrtlc1.e printed In the this' memory gem'from childhood : l.tltIH'rall (:IJIII'g(', i l i� Stft' l lI'isilllf, 11 1 1\\' narnlW thltt girl ill Da\'cnport ask!'d Vern for an au\-Ogroph, but �prlJ 15 edition of the Da.ily. Says one " If wlsdom's w(lYs you'd wisely �ek, till' �l'IIP(' or exn·IIt'nt ('nkrlnitllll('nt and worlb- we klloW h� gave her his skull cap. . 'CAT'fU:RINE irate fel�ow. "You can $end onions to F'Ive things observe with care: w!tilt, ('olll:id� ad Ulilly. is. :'\Iosl of till' 'sl udcnts Th(' -[!lu�hingf's� girl on Ihe (rip Lil(, g!rl� that whimpers: Why don't yoU . or whom )'OU speak. to whom you IIt'rl' an' pH'JlHI'ing for tht. (('aching proft'ss1nn, KITCHION . . The boy. GARY PFLUEGER . . , The :��\�. he hardiest-. speak.' . T most sombr�LYDE GRIMS�DT .1 1I1I all thl' lihi'l'al arts �It ldt'nl� migltl ilH liyitlu. sr�:o l!�::/.?hn·S? He has one ally also a�" t1lC'l1lsel\"t,� Ihis IJtll'�tion. " All yl" MILDRED MONSON. . She waddled In the snow In Wh(,11 askeds If "'men prefer to have l�n�·:oc:· a�� �':;���n: ::;' O m n t h r W at i h if i l l :�::�I'�I/.'I;II��:�: ;�lt;ltI:�'II;p�·,���.li�� � l tl, ri-ll��:�1a�/::t��� '���(��tl�ICb���7 d���.� ';�;h : ��� �� ��::� ���� PaCific Lutheran Academy thlrtY.four years_ago the chief stu�eli.t oratton bore I t1\"ah 10 the malty inleresting pt'rsOIUlIN,cs l hnd n wll[ing shadow and, body guard In thai husky t':leanings the _title: " There Is life and death In r el ';:I Wltil:1t r l'0I11:1d. or alii I Ilarrowing TlIyselr to (basso. bilL when she needed him In Bellingham he was Chah ' the. power of the tongue." Being youn�. lilli' �I' t('l't group, Ihl' l'IIIl'I'lainllH'1l1 ()f. which -.:-oml1whc�!' . " Lse . . We , trlcd. to geL �methlng' on When twe are �'oung , we especially VALERIA MQEHNKE nnd NORMA PREUS, but life Is dr!'am of the futur.e. We Vlant to maJee the orat.or put life ahead of death. The i_� nltTt'''' lilt, Illo\'i" s or st'llOol .. I hit-lies?" This �'oJl('g\' is forlullale ill IIt'rilg lornlcd t.oo short to sp!'lId weeks trying 'to spy on such secretive nnme for ourselves. We look for 'a n Book or Proverbs offers the Inverse 1It'll!' two citi('S, Tacotna nnd �I'nllh'. wltich mls.."Cs . EVELYN MONSON mu.�t unuerstand farm f'xamp[e. The one \\'h.o !IVE'li -ror his order: "Denth b.nd 11'11' are In the'power 'fl r l'xCl'l1l'lIt a(TOlllplishlllt'llls in Iltt. way of folks. because ten minutes alter the InLroducUon she and felloy,'men Is ,the greatest, We can of ·{.he tongue." The divine command. the am folks �'ou[d generally be slapping each other on !llE'nt. -says. "Thou shalt not bear false rt. dhulla. and Illll�ie. � n l'\'t'ryday lin'�; .\\'(> might well Iry .lo the back and swapping.. cookie r('cipes . . . It Ule choir ��� ��h('� n:OPI:at��1nc�0:�YfO�h:� witness_ against thy �e'lghbor." And c't'owd inlo it a� large a yaril'ly of interesls !IS �l contcmplnllng new gowns next year. why not have all Chrl�h��k se who �ve'IIVed for Ch�st L"II.,t,h""'· ,e x��a'n'n�' 'h' c�mm',n.d.me..n.'· t. Tho h ""--'mon'...on ou � o r d is, pos�ihl,·. Pl'rhap� il i� !lit' fall�1 of our I'dll- til{' girls wear dresses like TIIELMA DANlEL'S pinkish {'alilllwi �y�II'Ill-lhal WI' an' ('ol11 l )('lIell 10 one? It's that grRnd . . . ADD SI!<flLE: As smooth as ;: ",�;��h c���!���e:h���,:sll�:;�I � I ��\'e to God � t"t.· the best. construc· r h ut y e s I l ' h rtse too_ If we I 10;�rO:or��:f 17�� let us be gratetul. �!�(::�I ��:��� :�t7;�;'tI:rl:II(�H:�::;:l.::fi::::I' i:";:;'l�:��:�:tCI)I�\� �';;: �����O\I����: ::I�e, h��� :�;:'al� se;��� Christ.' lour namr.esofshall had heart failure . And If the choir d�dn't have girls ���� � �:�%e�. d ou r lives. our lives j Word� of death'let us forgive. And Mt ('lillllll:tl('d. us. In love, keep on trying t.o put the I.ift, is Illlll'l' 1111I1] slutlyillg; il i� also ('njoy· like ELI:.EN BERGSTROM and VIRGINIA DAVIS, half i f ' illg Iltl' ('lllIlIral ad\"alltagt'� that llIuke ,Aiving the jokcs the boys pull would fall flat. There' is �O ���e��'�������=� �: �:er of our tongu�s on the s.1de of O. A. TINOELSTAD. I �,��;' �h;;= ::o���g":: :;;;;",; h��:, ':'r;�:��t��"� :"�:; . Ii] "Hitler's': roommates . "JOlrn NiLEs" [s the best �l ��� ISa ;d::�:�;n:VI�:;e:.or :::� lil. 4 known I!ctlclous pI'rsonaUty In school this year . . . Last After the Sh�w has greed. ambition, and lust yenr [t was "ERkTE:"S GIRL," . . . A good way to get an power STANDARDIZED SCHOOL SESSIONS o\'er a man who can't help hlmseU? to a e o a n f'REFERRED TO PRESENT SYSTEM a hn JACK'S CRIDDLE II is \\'(,11 kl1 ll\\'11 Ihal mall\' Illli"crsili�s. and �o��� �:ve :� ;o �� :�� �;. i� t�: !:=��IOt�m:�:: ��� �lt�h��I��t�h�h�do��r:m:�� , marry A gree ,;oman with a M. . dE< . With RAY stUll" t"ollt'gcs. IISf' til(' qllart(:r sy�l('m or divid· science from man and turn him � 9 1 3 Commerce St. Ta.coma. Wn. iii illg tilt', sclmnl y(,llr. in pluet, or til(' semester REID pla�'lng the colored flood lights on ELLEN when con . . to God. . sy�It'lll 1I0W heing llsed in many schools of she made hcr al\llOuncements be�ween acts last "Drill smiling "':-'-' We live )- �. Drama," a freshman girt sitting close- 'by asked me In· power f feInll-r.Il world ' grlpped in the higher It'arning. . o Tltt, I 1 m'stioll herore us is: would il hc·prqc· Ilocent!y: "DoeS" Ellen change dresses between _, every I o t lieahlf' 10 utiliz(' Ihe quurler syslem in all act?" . So the dorm g1rls finally got new faucets In Anyt�i ng in the way " � ;� ��U\::P':I;h ��r:s� ':�� t;oll(·gl'�. small or Im'I'W'! Sp('aking affirmali\,l'- their bath tub! , : which will make things more .thor- gIth':�� es us power. I , ough, but less playful. I,\', il cuulel tit' �:lid Iltat I ltl' dUIIl"l' shuuld he ... of FIowers E�'en I n the mind of the most hum. u ll al I il 't HAAVIK and b[e Christl9;n, faith ls the viCtory. be· ::::���; 1.:ll :::H�1' 1::i��:: ������:r i��n �:���'r �t:I(\;�, �� NIGHT SCEN�around 1 1l o'clock-ART ' ca e v t I b g ��o �;e��:gg�r� O� ,:!: :,, "0�� �1"!���'I(;l;1 f�·:;:�!�t:lllttltl�;,I;:I��i��I ��:!l t::�:�I��,��t'�I:�i ���!��� 7 ·U8,g� 0:����r�::r1gltf��: ry , : , Daniels and Norm Frye awhile." . d��: . . Thelma .... usualh' nHlll'S allOut"Ull' liliddle uf the selllcsll'r , around ambllhg , , MR. FAD- Make use of them and receive the eter· , amlably.away from the bon!lre . Hul. t!I(T(' art' ;lrgulIll'llls ,nguilist such u cha n go. In or nal gHt , of everlasting life, 255 So. 'I I th St. MAin lUll. One might he the rael ·that such method NESS leering through the Aopen doorway: ';Comin' 7 1 1 3 would (�Il lail t OQ much cramming and . hard · ::���s<?���� he; ��s. �. �:����ln�I�:g:�gt: ':Ye arc the lIg::�f �����I:.�rl�: 1-- -,1 work, and in Ihat way hreak down hcalth : . good company . . . VIVIAN BUNESS and VERN KNUT -' l l h l a :�r\ h!)\,t�Yt�1 (1::I�ll�� ��s� f� I!�, l�d��l��d �aacl! ZENtrushing Into the buildingS, . , Wha:t's all the rushinge more than. light. day . . It might also be said that such a systcm ��; : �� ' I�::I�:::: ����I :I��:��� � Christianity is til.e most real thing In DICKSON'S would too IInlUttural-too forced--:--"squeez· " iltg Ihe lehulil until t1H.'rc'� Itul a drop or jui(:e YOU CAN BET your last say that NOVELLE NAGEL wl11 the world.Dr. O. TIngelstad. �pr1l,. 20 is a good place .make an attractive. May Queen . . , They decided against left," so to spcnk. · a May King, which let JOHN OREmELBIS out·. , . he's to buy Howcver, the raet remains tllat universities not so good with scarf anyway . . , The freshmen boys nmtinu� to lISC thc quartcr system and �em had a full time on Campus Day t.-:"c" e humb)klg- the 10 thrive on it. They forCe study, and study- " sophs by scraping their shins on the· bottom of Clover ing 'ncver hurt Ilnyone, They force concentra. For G r:,aduation lioll. and concenh'ation is one of .lIic best-quali� , Creek. besides being- Ule rlnglca"ders In the wholesale PEOPLE'S STORE duck 1ngs . . . Next year they1r'ha.ve more .. and will tics that can be poS:SCssed.. I n u: \vord they Also complete line_ of be more docile In theIr playtuUnesa , ' we hope , . "kcep their students at high pitch" al) thc time. lONE received a box ot roses from a ' spe ndthrlIt in Ta· TIle "question stated is surely one worth Accessories and Sport coma , . . 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May 15.17 . mcert-I of"lts oot&�dlng so· one Sponsoring tnwel1nJ" of RteMure Aflother d h ers Normaraudl· n Lewiston the ' (' E"en the faUgue had \'Briety. a . � �r �he scenic ChuciuLnut Drive 'colna cial affairs or the yea t, th� 1.. O. R . �J a.rlum. Without as mUCh. as a deep o " Plrates"' ha.s been ehoun for the The onh' :!ra.....back on the otherwlR I . I the a�nual �her ,; . that the slngers had. to breath the stngers !ott ou� ror LaCl'OMe s lo,·ely. trip "'a tht-me of the ho�part)' to be . ink · Bel�.lnghalT,l. n th� afternoon � layIng P�ans for g1\'tll sing;. the onlY time acth'Uy didn't orr�r IIfId arrived there Immedla�ly prior to (ore the concert In the Tulip City. se,,� Tea yo'hlch Is to be Ih'en May 8 In tht' . ,- . Ilt HO h ad B )' L ge Ma ' } 15� 17 variety ....as . when the male quarte.!.D.1g ('on,*rl. time. .Success. numbel three eral of the mon! collrageOus membt!n; recreatlon �. Ladlea of �tie dorml· od !l by th �t ' ma. According �Ory auxiliary are �lso Invited. to th: f't'n�� �a = Loul Hen .··�e Drum:' Now and the':l ?fr. Eh'e-- \....s registered. and e.verybodS· . repaired wtnt Into' a movl!:!. thereby mlss.ln� the � 'strom wou1d make il �h. but out· to a dOllmtown resta�nt. .....here a r:e� I""enlng mea1 and being the last ones Marp.ret Rorem pre!i�ent. anno�('. drlc!tson. decoratlons• ofI. ....ild .se flowers side of ·thls dlsturtiance -and a few oth� eepUon .....a.s gl 'en the .5.Ingers-and to receh'e the report cards f�ly sent cd all oommlnees . tn charge at .!lie L l . A ld I ' =y out a l.fry nat; !"rs. Ihe good o,'erbalanced � the un'· spllghetti ! Here ,Cllrl ga,'e his malden from .Parkland . . It ""aa In BelU�ham O. R. meetlna which was held Jr4Onda), 7:� e�; al o t u� . h . plea..-.ant. and el'erybody-ucept maybe spet'(:h; .here lone Madsen brous.ht that M�er Eh'HLrOm. lave- his sixth afternool'l. Mrs. , Ph. E. H.� and Mrs. . It Is hoped ..that the girls "'111 be able tlle audlenc�me . the house with her "WI�da speech �to the ChOir. . . Rarn!ltAd as h05teMe5. Helen throUlh It With a do....n A. go 011. �� �:45 terry trom Ta· nice red tas�e In the m?o.ttJ,. \Varns" opus. and ga"e e,·er.ybody the Next : 1Xl Lakewood. It· ....aa : �1 . i this Hol�mp. vloe·prestdmt. wi}: b:e as· . . a m on F't1da) aftem�n. �fa}' 15. la ng Wlthro m.�ams ; �ere , Llo}'d :rtaompson point Variet}' be8an breaking ,forJ.h �'hen ,,· In p nni that the strain began ,to ,show stsled by Lenon: � Complete commltt.ee5 "orklng on ar· the bus pull!'d: out amid· a downpour of . MakUy represented the Junior college I If ' t the prQinm for the tea. 'Ille decor�· n n th t H gemel1Ls:- are: inlUation. JUIl� Wal� snow ; li nd by the time �he group' had cham s. • Is, 'under the direction· of e SC��rTJ tlon, . � : : � � p :�s � ' c;, . :�� ; : : a n ersa L�rson� Chll�f� r.lary Jane Dedrick. Eleanor reach� the mountains. and �ere halt· Do.....n lOr up? J ·io Em;llcott. History complUllon. . He was casting hwlKTY .All� �ook and Marie �nbel'i. Mar· . ' Ra�debaugh . Vlrglnla Davis,; programs.. ed . by sno..... slides. "arlety �ad laret Melver: and <>:,·edl a. .H auge will had Its "'lIS made ml�dly }Jere. although �rt tQPIh In the dlrecUon of 'th( Puyallup , Henrietta 0.Nell. Dorothy Kappa}1n. day. Judy .Benson and Esther .Nor· y r ' bcst,. .....hen h� car essed print Iun�heon. "'iblle invltaUon.� tsi e h his did e M ery. Ou d of playi.nl duck.on� pia? the . Verna Teglund Margaret Demers. NO. g r thy Anderson and \ .... us . DrIver (Carl to his host's gas lamp mantle and crusbed th aard anted M:-. B . k b b 1I -1.l I . hldlng. and will be sent 'by OO q' ' Ie Nale\. Eyelyn S)"'erson; religion. you) to bust right .Into the banks be: . I . lga HUlO. . the thing I�'hls Innat;ence. All the way ('I�i�: the :Ol� �Id � � � . � t O lt le. 1 . . rearet R;orem. Laura . Hauge. Alice cause they .....anted to � slide. Buj to Mosco", fie regretted It. Ed Mach]e . Cook. . �6rd tildred Larsen; by the ,,'ay 'the altos slide. dO....'ll"·ard and Bud Lt'hmann ·.....ere surprised to Homesickness dldn't affect their ALUMNI NOTES ls Am�n. r. .... discussion. Ellen BefltS trom. M�aret during t'helr flat mOments "'hlle sing· . not In Russia �Inglng. howe,·er. �Wot' the '1E'Xt virginia U)1J Harris. '35. and Clarence learn that M06COW ....as Craft. Joanna Mllnou.ws. Wadene Cala. Ing. the two �ou]dn't have got.ten e�� I . ' n this college town the Choir '1slted night I� StanlVOOd the group renderid Wlnblade, of Woodland, were man100 . \·an.. lone Madsen. Thelma DanIels; cited o,'er such a little thing a..� ' Iln lhl' beRutifuL I daho University campus .Its m06t pleasing concert. Pleaslng· be· ""E.l&ter Sundll:.'. April 12. at the hOfue transporta tion . 'ElIne Ben·son. Hed"ig al·alanche. However. .....hen Mr. Elve· 4 a�'d h�re Snaek got his second wind) . cfuse ' l t �' as t�1" �ast �rhallS. but not or the brldt'" parenUl. Dr, a�d itr!<. / DAhle. Ida Men:. Marie Wenberg; K.. strom pletured a detour Into the nland Quite a. fe..... or Lhe boy; and ' Iris 1.lkl"l�·, Nearly everyone ,,'as panl)'Zed, N. .A. Harrill of Parkland. I o the rough going wa5!f� relt any more. "fnl Oyen. '23. Is working: on a pri· lI1er. Ruby Empire. kll' telt � slide .....Ithln himself. r. were teellng III b); the time thl"Y re:c.h. s � . uth n. John. . Back to schoo. the singers dined and . The chorus passed through .el·ery 1m. I'III � )'acht In Callfomla. ed Spirit Lake the next day. !p'I"t wind . son C alhe� ' 1�n E"�I�'n Mc· lmmedlatl"ly Af�r embarked for Port� John Wiese. '29. is emPloy , b)" the and dust had a d llferent t:tf�t on the aglnabll" geographical type of Ioc::atlon. 7 �da �uliough NO�� p l' S �rty. land. The ,Sign �t read : 350 MILES songbirds than It generally has In the Variety stared,t-hem In the face wher. � tlt' "TIme5 staIf. • Volly N�rb}' � ' Wiri . Id . uISO)i. Nelella TO KENNEWICK . but the manager. books )· . t' ,... In ' SplrIt Lake the e\'er they turned . But It WIlS the people r ad. ou 'il . Ros..<;. Mildred Monson ; party Saturday. read It dlfferenU}' 1 [x)LLARS TO Il as' : 50 W Just . cold ,.-e.nough to make they met who accentuated the hodge. Jean Marie Fo,,·ler. Helen �tt. Fred· KENNEWIC�. "TIM. the gang ar� S O w • From dl(lerent ones terest. i of "f-Odge 'nd well. ·them badly .sing coulh n riCh Schlanbusch. Eula Mae Goff. rh'ed In the City or Roses. the girls to . Uke heard statements Nex! . to Davenport. an� �ost ot the In the choir we Bergllot Vogan ; dl"COration. Enid rest. in Lhe Y. W. C. A. and the oo)"s . g.. "There'. not mucll dlf· the follo....ln Berore golnl to town . read th1s Blake. Elsie Barret t: E"el}11 Ecklund. to roll and t� at the Ho)'t hostelry. group wished they could ha\'e sung sit· . . " ., . e I d n t o Elizabeth FrIIs. ' ' Here. Incidentally. M� Edwards quelled I:;: :! e :�:r ��: ::� ; an :v �1 � � e: �:h � �= at �e n d e II dlstllrbance �n an adJofnlng room �y nd "oh'd " espectally 'at Novelle Nagel, ·ru.<;t!cs hold "'-':Ho�w can pl"ople � sat· ' a tng Mast: I a , , and by ageb s 'PrInting Co pany � S l/\ Miller and Margaret CraH as Isllt'd surrounded Syll ' C ·' U �g AUstrum � olumbla River beaut ul ngn otograp Lc Service Msociakd Ph ��:I� lals hroUgh pine the trio Jumped puddles along: main � )ou.: Hlgh ....a} Lnto table lan . Lette; SWaden O r pe<'-lty h pa � . Bak�r's a rolling ex· ree W groles and finally alo :; ::;� kno... exactly what s the matter when I': e � e Bob s Garag . panse of sagebrush Lh t� joume)ed 403 ] 1 ttl S . Tatom., WAU.. male you s.ing badl) but they know some� Jre � fng day. ....here older the Ilrb looked than the to Kenne" lck the !oll�w things tIo;rong '-' They ....ere SO polite Bone Dry Sh� St members of the choir :i= " Ity Shop me that I actually felt ashamed of sonnad to \ 'Home next day after a long Int�rest· bel' Shop Brookdalt myself for being &0 Important. Ing Journey through gorges along dusty ooery CO Brookda SO, Tacoma Drug Co. ESTER,BRooK L plains and finally over the chlllk be· Fount.in P n For School Won. Brookdale' umber Co. e decked Snoqualmie Pas&--from D!'ven. le'y ' Bro�n & $1.00 E.ch port to bed An Interesllng Jaunt 6' SELVIG Caswell Optical Co. Harold Dahl Co. 5401 S GA 1295 .... hleh saw but one attempt at poetl1Ru\: BJ�I. Lobby Clover Creek Service Station '.',',on D,"''','','''n.., !t" " .,, o D" .... 'm'po 0:-----------ttl George Rusted s quantitative narrll· Conr&(ri Coffee Shop @j on Liver Cod orwel"n N the on the U� of a first tenor. r Store . A o. �o. : A K73r4 ve C r No mention has been �ade of the TACOMA'S LARCEST Home�Furni.hinp Store cholr's appearances In the different Dickson Bros. EaMern Outfltllng high schOOls. They don·t· count. be� Buy _ lmm TaeO<na's P'(II'Oe!!!' cause this epistle would be fII]ed with Eaotman Kodak oe..11 . -., ....�� dealer and gd good buy .....c. 'c ...� £. too many quartet drum beats. I Flsher's terms '10'-' can afford 10 p y .. Stopping off at Parkland the choir . "�o... :nu. Oa.1lenKamp's \!I ' . SpeCIals $ 1 9.50 trLlded· Toby. Bucky. E\'el}'ll. and Nordls Hanson:s Jewelry SMART SPRINC FROCKS Corona Threes $9.50 , and Orv . Harold E. Dahl Co. NEW PRI1'ITS-$5.9S for Eugenill. Romola. Jenny An M.:Il<.e� HartsoOk'!! and headed north for Seattle. There, • ____________ JudlLnl by the cholr's voca] endeavor Jack's Griddle . 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Tnl'UUll1 ,yill t:onlributc ..... .tht' t l' ir �l �::�,:(:�:! :;T1:: ( ('�!i;����1 C��I: white. IIlI lI si on prngrtllli which is pru· pns('d for Ihe ' IH.'�I ('ight Y 'tlrs Cook o IIlui. inll'lIth·tI 10 t'ulminute in·( the . r work. J.:dJdt'll ullniwrsur�' of Pucific ro m ·I M::r.: :;:;. . c��� }i�I�: I���lt::1 \\\;; .:��:: �;\ .. hilwtl librurY IInti dnssroolll A huiltlilll-( wlddl IUUY be . Rorem. Pannlr.oke. Georgia. ph'll'd t'arly ill Ihe full. .. Mr. PBul Prrus. financial aaent . Adah Dapper. girls' physical �_ ' bull d lna. h� the new library has lona been con(� with the TaLonavlew. uciUon .1n.<;trucl.or. .....1lI supervlM' thr . coma Chamber of Commerce, and ant response. InCidental drtll<;. IUld Ellen Bcrgstrom Mr. PAul A. agent nbuncement of Jts support waa gtven by . commt'nct'd the i!'! coaching thc speaking parts.. as city �e....spapen . ]ut week. Due to Tht' �ene of the opera Is laid In the j)""1intt'd 10 him to 15-17 Tacoma's proximity to Pacific LuthIrene I'arl�' 19th century aboard the plratr and the College st erRl} COlleae a7ld the consrqucnt ben.ewu! v · ship. " Thr Nancy _ Lee."' Plcturesqur . l 1 de ed n ht ��:::S��':.�: o;:!�� ��� Camp Life at Horsehead Bay ::cd ;;; *.:. �� z:;;ILI:' : t:: f ;�� ;��: :n��:��n� �:�::�� ����:: a \"8�W I I play a martmbaphonr solo. 'Viii l n c l u d � Variety or $20.000 bto raised by Lutherans of to Ian period costumrs ....1Il be dlf"l'(:t� b�' . I Mrm�rs of the Dor Entertainment e Ra}'mond R.eld. stage t'1E'Ctrlcian. ' Auxiliary'. _ ' , � �:th:)"�4�;:�u:��� :�et�rr�� r 1I�l g�nCt�;:n�a:dc:�lI�)"o��� ��� Delc�ates From Nea�by ijigh ::�:I�(;�se�r;-�'r � d�:!te�� ���� Leavln, at 5 45 FrIda)', May 15, for ha ve b@en released ' 0 , Harbor on the Point Deflance lerry, Schools Are In\'lt�d with gUt bookmarks. COmIna: rrom Quitman, 0e0rIl&. Dr. British Isles tor pollUcal reasoll5, 1 the Dell", Rho Gammas anc! honored O. H. P8mllr.oke�,. seliCted u: exeeuUve throuah the treacher)' or his· cousin , Olga Hugo and Dorothy Anderson a grand . climax to Its actlvltlrs. sent guests. Delta Phl Kappas, wUl com- �Irect.or Of the Tacoma campaign. ar· Lord Egbert Mortlml'r. ShortlY brtore theAsPersonallt out InvltaUons thIs morning to Club. ora�nlted In Janmence their ....eek-end house party at rlved.ln Portland Sunday·momlng ror } takIng leave, Sir Rich the ladll'S of the dormitory auxiliary fI ds .that b e n Horsehead Bay Lodge. Mrs. ,Esther conference with Rev. A. M. Itraabel. . hili f\A.nCff. Lady JOA.nna on. has :-�ar�t ����, ...�:: �e �;:: � � and the faculty ,,'lve.';. v and Mrs. Adah Dapper \l; IU act chairman of the Board of Tru.!lt.ees. and. P l\ ll Rdrrshments ,,·m be sen'� under Ot.t- 15 h' se jlltf'd him In fa\'or of Lord Egbert. re ntat es from nl C urby hi h as conUnu� on to Parlr.land In the evrnwho has aaln� possesion the supen'1slon or (h'rdla Hauae and chaprrones. of thf' Cam. schoo s ls at an a rtf'rnoon tea and e\�. CarT)'lng out a tradltlonal function, ing, where he IMmedla ly betran work Margarel Me!\·rr. drn r�ate and wealth, ning ban uet. Mil. . 21. glrl<; "'ho have not prevlou.\ly been on thL1 huge project. This Tacoma Angl'N'd a.nd hurt. Sir Richard bt'i u � Ll adl S . Pu)'alluP. Auburn. nco:n . acquainted \I;'lth the camp life will be effort Is the next step toward the reallcomt'S a pirate and joins a bp,nd of S E!:: :� Luther League PresJ�lent Inltlat�. June Walters. Mary Ja':le taUon of the campus layout, as de· �'ounlt" Eng]ish aent lemen .....ho also scu:t:��I�::� slgm-tt In 1929. which . also includes · ha\·t br-en Jj]t� b}' their swt'et·henrts. thrir senior gIris.O�acc�dll;� e Announces SUl).day l'leet Dedrtck, ElelUlor Raudebauah. and Vir· or dln a their g l�la Davis art In charge of this fun- admlnl5trat!on and art.'; buHdlng5, II· Sir ,�Ichar� Is chosen ' as " Captaln cla.<;s enrOllmf'nl. The smal�er !;Chools Concludlna nine months' activity. thc ctlon Dick of the " Na!icy Lef'" by hi!; pirates . . This will be followcd by · a puty brary. sclen� and muslc halls. chapel. will be I'xpeet.ed to send two represcnTrinity Luthl'r Leagur will hold a spe· and bontlre. which Is belflli: pbnned by girls' dormitory, lounae. kltchert, c!Chwho man the .o;hlp. Off thr coast of I r IO f Sunday evening at 7:30 Volly Norby. �Id Hutson. Nevella Ing hall. boys' dormitory, �na.sluin. Eng]and the crew of the " NlUlc), Lee " 1 ��1�1\'��m::��:t :: �\3� � k�'ls!�te� ocia]] meeting O ' �� and power house. In addition to three attacks and captures a ship bearing ' ·c ock. accordlna to John Stuen. Il'8gue Ross. nnd Mildred Monson. rs td b B n' which te wlll e se � ou oo presldrnt. La�y Joanna and her brtdesmalds back neRr the pool To further carry out the outdoor athletic fields: for football. baseball, on the front of thc cam- Betty S\'are will conduct dcvotlon. Idu, f�r f'rance. whl're thr}' ha\'r bren 1.0 u.�_ " Pirates" \1;'111 be the grneral and tcn?ls. y a Drdrlclr. ".ill ha\'e p Mar J ne Pa I:; buying gowns for Ltoc:l)" Joanna's charge or-de('.Oratlon.�. and Sf:\'en faculty and Rev. T. O. Sure. colle;e ppstor. theme used for decorations and en�r. 'In reaard to th13 first project, Dr. lead hymn stngtn,. Ilpproaching w�dlna. talnment. Enid Blake. Elsie Barrett, Pannkoke declares: " The library buIld....I\.rs will pour Later the girls will willParticipating are Evelyn Eklund, a.nd Eli abeth Pri13 II), Is naturally the beginning or our A..� the plot progresses. Lady Joanna on �our of 'the. campus. ' Maraar!'t Craf , In\\\hothe;,' �U program z . program. for It Is the heart. or any prt\'rnt& a muuny of the crew. deJl(l6es beAttaken 5e\' ' ck give a read· (n charge of the decoraUons . a � Ina entitled . Mother , Cllx .Haugen htr forml"r Im·er. and makt's herself banquet \I;en'ilI obecloghcnInInthethe rvenlna Saturday 's actlvltll's will Include dls- educational Inslltutlon. It is to 58fe· recreaUon capWn of the " NlUlcy Lee :' �nd Bob Svare. ...· ho ....>l ll g!\'e a humor- Cus.'llon aroup6. ..... hlch Ellen Bergstrom, guard us from chaOli. tor In It l.s stored hall. At this Orne the group leaders skit; and Alma Steier, who wm Maraaret Craft. Joanna Manousos.. the wisdom of unturirs. C;>f si,nitl· F'lnnlly Joanna and .Rlchard become for ncxt year will be announced. Girls 005 favor the league with a voca] ��o. All Wadene Ca iavan. lonl! reconCIlt"d. lind the pirates forswear ..... Madsen, and cance Is the fact that a library has . ho ha\'f' ....rlttcn PRP'trs concern lrur . dclegat their oath 10 hate omen. and es who have attended the recent Thelma Daniels ...111 lead. Hiking. the ability ot l\.t:CumuIallng and �n & l l their plans tor the 1936.37 Person� sullo� for the hands ....of the chllrmll]' Club Nort h P acltlc Luther League COnven- swlmmlna. Md boating �'111 also form Unulng culture. With thL1 project wa l previously mer ina! will be care tlon In Portland. Mlld� Larsen IUld diversion for catJonal u ed. new ,a upon g n ri tc en are brldrsmalds. the girts.. full), conslder� by an advisor)' board , Johnson ....111. report on the P. L. C:· Jasper Thc lRrgr Cll.S t of torty Includes In which . och atfinancial The Grand Part In the evenln rtIs cpThe \I;'i11 Include some of the speak. phases campaign lor the of " One LI�e to Uve':" dlscussed thE' character roles: Lad)' Joanna Ley- , ers of the past club meeUnas in ordrr under the dlrect:On of Jean -� at the con\·e�tlon. Rev. Svare will Fowler. Helen Scott, Prrderlc kell �ulldlng Is scheduled for May and Ion. Mildr� Monson: Sir Richard I 10 choose .these two nrw lradrrs, h nfh Iso close the �'ears Luther League actlvl· unr. so that the building may be Camden, Arnold Andrrson ; Sir PeW r ill Bchl b h E'u]a Mae OOU. and .Ber- .cJon f u)'ton. Paul Estt-rm: Lord Egbert M;tr. i!\Th : lPleted as e&:rly p6Mlble to mak.e cl u�:=��l °n �m�� andg a.... s:sk- tics at Trinity Church ' with remarks. allot�OiU: . · n o h J rn or er e the rg Ruth . Froyen fs In cha S u nday mo ing worship win � held :�.t � ��I ���:ro!:: otf ;�� �:� . : � ;:k��-O;: y t e ��� � ; ' ��:�. a d Jun� wal�ers will direct Var ety NunlbersCompnse In the natural outdoor chapel. under � . neth Ancnson : Barnaby Hyde. Ot13 �:n�uet, present chapel building. facing Wheel. ecora�ps erne. P I.ano ReCital Program the supervision of Ma'rgaret Rorem. er st.rr-et. . Dr. Pannkoke will be at Grande; Stephen Lowe. Vcrn Knuurn; Laura Hauge. Alice Cook, Nordls Arne· work h .re until June 15 to complete . Bloody . Edward Machlr; MonsieUr '-.. j ... DuelS of the one and t,,·o.�lano type son. and Mildred Larson. FtMcois. Bob Monson; Signor Dpreml, YearbJ6� Will Be . . the c:ampalgn in g�ater Tacoma. . are to be r e�tur� Saturday e\'enina. Programs are being made by HentCoiitinued GO. Pa..ce 4) Dedicated To Tacoma a . n I 1 t �c:, :� ;:� �: �r�;�.\:::;=: �::���O�:l�; D,elta Phi Kappa Will Chamber of Commerce �;. � �. E���ar� �I: � Fo�r :More S �ud nts According to Margaret RO�m. edJ- departmrnt �t the college, presents ten Nagrl, and Evelyn Syverson. l'feet -Tomorrow Night Sign TeachIng.Contracts t.or. the 1936 Saga Is being dedlf"ated plano student.s In the annual sprlna In ,charge or transpqrtallon are Eline - , Delta Phi Kappas will have a short Benson. Hedvlg'Oahhi, Ida Men, Md Further placements of graduatJag to the Tacoma Chamber of COmmerce, recital. third �'ear normal studcnts ",re an· A.deflnlte announcemrnt as to the date To add Interrst to the program of Marte Wenberg. Other commltt..�es are: social tomorrow evening, bei\nnlng at nounc� by. Dean Philip E, Hauge. of distribution 15 yet Impooslble. al- solos, novelty duets ha\'e been arrangcd. K, P.. Marie Johmon, Sylvia Miller, 9:30 In the reception room. The pro· Arthur Larson . will Ruby Moore. and [)prts Olson ; food, gram will be a short, Informal enterHarold Ander&en has received a po. though It is expected to be ptibl13hed . Jack Miller and play "Caba]etta" by Theodore Lack; Ruth Johnson, Catherine Kltchlon . talnment. slUon a t Ridgefield. Washington, to In appro;ll:lmately two ,,·relts. Three ' hundred copies an! bdng Dorot.hy and Arthur Larson'. " 'Song of Evrly1, MCCullough, and 'Norm a' PTeus. The fallowlna_'" will serve retresh· teach elght.h grade subjects. lone Madsen has been 'placed as printed, The book 15 to be dlstlnctly IndIa" and " Star of Italy" ; AlIce RamThe gtrIs will return 'on Sunday after- ments: Mrs. Lora B, Kreidler, Alma Stolee. Haul Haaerup, Thelma Ness, teacher 1n the primary department at d1tterent from prevIous p, L. C. year_ stad ·and Norma Prrus. " March of the noon. boob. The neW orri;et type or prtnt- Puppets.. by SugllJ1l1an; ' Thelma DimRomola Rust, and Esmeralda Torvend. F'\rgrove 8cbool. . Enid Bul.6on has signed a cont.raet. lng Is being ued. makina: a ptetw-e leis and Norma Preus. " Da.n.!;e Negre:" BOARD MEETING Members ot the flnanW:l and ppb· ror the primar)" wor!t at Elbe. Wash· book ·denptt.e:lY" pou1b1e Without too Ot.hef!i appearing on the PTOBTaDl Lutheran BroadcflSt . . ' , much experUe: The worlr. 13 solol3ts include Elsa Arneson. Joseph IIclty commltt.ee of the Board of T'nJ.s.-. PTofes50r J. P. Pflueaer will speak on Ington. Thelma Danlrls has been hired as.- a being carrted out. in unlQue style Runnina. Dorothy Anderson, VIf11nia tees ml!L In Parlr.l.and ye3teTday. The� '"Man:' at the broadcast given Sunday special teacher at the Parlr.land Grade by Roberta 'Torrtson and Henrtetta Hene. George Brockway. MarIan Tor· regular Bol!J"d or. Trustees III holdlnl at 2 o·cloclr. In the alteryoon by the . O'Neill. Lutheran Welfue �Iet�. ' �esdal. and Esmrrelda. �n'end . a 'speclal meeting lA?day. school.

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Olson. I.utheran ,\I)I'il I?y Ull ,:hapllllil from o most th(" of ! � c :�:� l��: . ,\s Iht' sp('ak('r hrought oul, i l is w('11 known Ihal ..\IJ1t "rit'a l'xliilJils I hl" WUI'sl tTillle' I'C'enrd of a ny ci,·i 1i1.cd ("ountr\", The unitcd Stat('s sp(-,Il� ls apfH' ?ximlitcly $i().ooo.ooo.OOO annually I.�l fight . tillS scourf.!('. whil(" it spends on ly �2. ; )OU.OOO.OOO alllllwlly for . education, It is said tllUt nime .is ilH'l'easing at thc rale of Ihr('e pC'!' ('('III per a nnum, ami. according to Rc\', , nrl' i m prisoned to the Olson. Iwo IH"Jsoll.('rs fl'('('il1':: of on(' prisoner. .-. II is l1ol 1� fwl'Ily pidUI'l'. But. ilwn' arC' signs hope. Such crusadcs against crime as Rc\', Olson's chU I)C1 lalk nrc' highly desirable, and should he cncollr�gcd, . During the last year Ih('r(' hllvc also heen sIgns 'of a general "turn awak e nin@ in l I �e tide." s I? sileak; of , �)lhty for putting our house of puhhe �csponsll order." Such an awakening is sore­ mornls ly n<'Cd('(1. ',"c rC'nd ahout cnme talk ahout it, and s('c pictures of it. hut we n �ver do any­ Churches and court s should thi n g .uhout it. lil("rnily rise ill rc\'olt against- this vice of. the . lIotll'rworld, Bllt pcrhof1!'\ the mo!'\t imPortant of all cen­ tel's for l'orrccliOIl nrc t he home and th e schoo1. "'roll� hri ngi n�-up hns madc more criminals n 4 o I :t�I�II�II!��1 :�I��r �)�l�h�' ('��:;�c��� �s ��ord:rf�: �{)()(I '!r bud: Tlirough 'the home and , the school. llYeS ure made belllll ifu1 or arc deformed, Tod�y th e s<H:alled "enlightened" c1ass teaches that children,should be free-willed. and the result has qeen nn increase of disobedience. This "cnlightened" c1ass also teaches ' that a� child should "develop his individ ual personal-' ity," The trouble with this argument is that :1 ('!Iild'!'\ pers,?nali ly cannot be de'.-elopcd cor­ n'('lly wilhQJ.lt discipline. \Ve realty n�d more·

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Th� arefnly" a few outriiht .stAteworthy/hill' �urvose.' e...cn It Il l� Olily . l!il'nU m8dt}0!l' t\ ,qul'stlonnAlrt' ,.,'hlch to be A ·school ma'e,m or to get a hu!lo­ sl!ll: teen ot thl' f!(:hool"s mo'n! prominent band,"' remarked' 0111' rrank �elllle"18n men aniwe�. . His OI)lnloll on the 1\'or:U\whlle IlUf!)OS(' PC'rsonality lnlHs �'hlch Illost of l-hl'm was rnrl a . g . 1l� b)' aU Ihe other quC'stloll­ apeneral lI8C'l\ce Intt l listed include ' ah-es. Sol1le said t�t thC')" dtchl"t penrAnte, seilSI' of humor, 'hlgh morals: ·nl'Vl'n consltll'r the girl who Idly slAnd!ll: Ambition. .consldl''';'U.on, capability, ,arou nd In the hal\s .And . .1l " . friendllneM. adaptabUity. !\lId slnceri�y. A number of the boys adn .U� that These qualities ".,:� deslgnat� the art' prone to ILst�n. tq 0 .1er. �Y!ll:· . the}' . 1.I) ) oot'll tra.lts they dl'mallded when ch t o aslly. of ce.rtRln glrlll o a girl (or a clO5e fnl'ndshlp. One boy opinions final question, " in general. WhAI.:. 1)()lnted out that girls who a� clever Is The P of Imprt'ss1o your . .. -I., C, (llrls?" � and vivAcious makl' Jrlend! t'"IlSll)', but brou(lht In R rall Utorm ot remarks. , they art'not the kind ,,.,'hOIll he rated ) h h s l' ':�����:S��l��� :11�t�e :� � l�;cl�:�edt� :. :��: ��: ;U: :O:�t."I� Oue stat� that there arl' minded, ilild ' that he · dlslllr:ed. the and unfair. cut their wouldn't who lew a only " fII(1hty !lltll' ftm" type. �owever. frll'nds ' throa� for the pl�asure of do, girl,. here Is a tip: one boy said that who de· mRny oo t ' are niere It. Ing ' 1 the head should not supersede the 0\ e an' �hl' time. Too of hl'art. Anothl'r stAtement was thal Illand the spotlight er)' shallow personality he liked ,,:omen, -,lot \'ocabulatl�. many'ha\'1' aIe \'the facl that .the dR, Although the fe'lows all admlrl' the SIgnificant,rated hl(:her than the dorm girl "'h6 Clkll Intelll(lently discuss ser- (llrl." Wf're .,.boys called them thC' genera\. In g1ris. 10115 �UbJec�. somC' !Wold that too:much queens, ptJla� of chAr, of t�at brln(l'" about dullneAA and Oftl'1l .�tooKes. prud�s, and cliquish. caWlt's .a womall to become "A piece . oC acler. But (lirb. don't'get too all(lry becausr .(urillturl'." ese rew compliments. Nearly all the boys seriollsly consider some did offer t·hrate hl(lher thal1' the lhe social statu., And financial stAtus ··P. L. C, glrl� They are 'in. of Ihelr girl friends. Some belle'\,l' thill a\"era(lt>" run of girlS.sort. hl(lh-milld: friendly be 10 dined C (liris who coml' rori! too well-to-do clll.ertalnin(l:· families are 'spoiled. and thl'Y Nlther t'd.O:;rand eXlrem�­ was answers the pllIng m them, of tt'er clear l" ml'n have 1\1., ··Conservatlve. good-lookln(l clothes Interesting. Perhaps with thl' female show good tasll'. Up to thl' minute. wa)"s been dlsgu:;ted clothes scare the a\'ertlgl' man �X. but whal do )·ou girls think of our sparkling a.....a)". A man lIkerllis (llrls:neat alid men? trim. but not o\'erloade9 like a store mannequin."' slat� one proml­ . ....Indow PREXY'S CORNER l1el1t ml'mber of our masculine sex. I E I a of the presence· of Or. PanIt5 ;b�I �:�; S:��::'!;�� �a����l ct�: kokBecause 'l' In our midst again, chI' dl��d girl the), planned to marTY. succe55 our 'ment Appeal In " A girl should be In college for a 1927J. ' givefulthe' e�do,", word to. him: 1 � '<Il Is a rare tribute to our 1n.�t1tu­ '. strangers to our church, ChapeI ':I t':leantngs HOIle that r Co�mol1 Pt'!ollle--whnt does th'at :�� :�! .���e; 1l:��l�S :;::c.I�� I�� phrn..>;Cl menn? It means those people l:'aclflc I.;utheran ColIl'Ij:e all nel(lhbon, ,,'ho do e\'l'ryday �fks tor a living. should think so much of ' It to dl'­ This time or the yeat we . are . tempted clde to l'stabllsh the (il"lt unit In. the a o o e f c t ��It�e�.lll� :n�h��: �= ;n� ��� : �:���el:!!: t�: ::n o� ��� �I�� thy e\'eryda)' lI\.Sks! Seek SRUslact!on gatlon to that we to whom the Inm m u e. ad o �11�:�� 'da�)� n���:l :I���':s!: �: s: ::�I���I�n� � ':utn��U:!li :� d:� m

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As afi,',lnnovlI.Uon to ttMo pN'�nt lSI)(" of PL.C. college program!!.. thl' lan_ gllag� club.o; of Pacific LuUlt"ntn. Col· iq't W}1l sponsor a F'tIrell\:n l.angu.ag.· night. Monday evt'nlng. May 18. 1-}0 o'1::loek In the r�h'!at,on room. The French Club will PN'stnt " La Surprbe O'ISildort'," On\"-Rct Fr(>Il('h comedy. In nine ·.v.�es. dln"cted b\' Pro�Kt'lth Rf'ld Preir. M. N. Franck. will play the ' role of Isadore: JQ.«eph .or. Plcjlrd; BI"II.­ . alienist. Running, thl' trl�e ·Sldders. the sen'ant; Helen ::;tark.'s Madame Duval; SUZIlllne. the dQCtQr' wife. Melba. Fenl1ey. Thl' plot Is cen. tered about mistaken identlt.lrs and DRAMA CLUR OPERA the hunlorous s1tu�l.lons �u.� by tConUnoe.'l), them. E Bob S\.'are: Clartssa. Buckingham, veAlthO�gh Qle Notse depar�ment, of Iyn Syverson: ' Dorina Harcourt, Eu- ' the college hIlS no ortanlzed club, g'enla Spencer: Florinda Harcourt, . will be .represen�d by (}fl)rge Rustead, Connie dumb: Mistres.<; Rhoda 'Greenwho will give a N�rw,eglan reelt8tlo.n, tc r ' u :l�� ��:����)�;:d:: �����:� c:'���e w� ::;n��i�;' '�.�a:r;;:>� whi h n ne n r :��7he�a;:a �fil� C�U�:'J� �p�;:s� �� � g��e� ;���::'::0e�:' c c d e t -�I��:S��:�;�GIlo�'�'���I: ��::�!�� By �nore. WHhLow . . rison, Eleanor Raudebaugb: RuQl Froy- May Day. ' spirit of . springtime. She Ch:=te�� :� �e�:��;lI: =� �:�� Preceded by a court of twenty-three Jonathan Lumley, Oak Ot1"!ess: Giles , en. Eline Benson: and Evelyn McCul· paced s�owly �� the throne to Qle AC- clucies Ruth Johnson as the aunt; Mary Rose, CI>'de Orlmst\'edt The Brides- QUeen Novelle Nagel descended the lough-were gowned n i pastel stladC5 compflnlment of orchestra mu.slc, and Mflchle, Grunert; the cook; Thelma maids include Dorolhea Walton. Norm� steps o� the main buildlng- , Frtday that matched the season of the year. a spat.ter 'of whispers was heard. from Daniels, sls�r Mlna: Norma Preus. P. L. C. s third The queen'S court (ollowed, the sen- 'thl'\ crow . Preus: Phylll:-; Page. Wadene Calavan : aft.t>{noon, and .marked Herr d tribute not only to 'her sister Emma: Edward Machle. KIU-y Bellamy. NoveUe Nagel: Louisa �nnual commernonltlon of May Day. lor malds-of:h?nor, doctor: Jack the e raUll K , Margaret Craft loveliness. her pe n charmI g m!lny but in, to co�ors and Evelyn - Fisher ' friendhomeopathic D . r:lO Lowndes. Anita Ball: Rosamolld West, Gay spring nowers ·J Bondy Mrs. ohann. IUI.� S?n gowned' In pale allty. fU-achlng the throne. she tutned AIda' Johrison. �)chorus of brides- V.tovidw a fitting background lor the -leading· Mon comedy, whlctl has been the sophomores-Edna and smiled. .Then, crowned by Mayor dlrec�d thll; maids Include Judy 'Benson. Edna To- queen and ,her court. The backdrop blue ' college. the at previously resented Tobl n and Helen blason. Evelyn Monson. Margaret Lar- had for Its motif a huge flower made green.a�th freshmen Scott In palt' Smitley who spok;e on the fittingness � . -Norma Prew and of ushering In the spring with youth � seri.--'�Julia Mahncke, Margaret Craft, up ot hundreds. of �t1le narclssl. Allee Cook In yellow. and the high .and bea!-lty and fes�lvlty",-Queen Novelle Elizabeth Stuen, alld Fredricka Schlan_ Spreading baskets of Japanese Quince. school rE'preSt'ntatives - Fredericka seR�d herself for the program to follilacs. dogwOO(l: apple blossoms, and busch.. IJ arranged fanllo'ise Oil th� , Schlanbusch Rnd Virginia Davis In low. t'u l\.1tron·lz'e 'Our Advertise". Robert Momon. Drama Club "'presl- tuUps towere . display their prtst.ln,e ftes)l- peach Loyal subjects of the Queer.. pre�nt- Before lJOinI to tolfD read U:i.ta dent, announces that Helen LUja 'Is daiS The petite ness. flower girls spread lr�t'd a varied program to QI�lr graeloU5 . column. The followtnr flrma general chalnnan for the costumes and Stud t peta ls In !.he pat� at. ruler-foT-a-day -a graceful balloon friends and advertisers In the Moor­ e'h body president Bert Myhre grant white vropertles commJttee. Sylvia Miller, rt'ad proclamation that �elr queen. and the crown b('arer In da.ncE'. the traditional Maypole drill. -mg Ma.st: ch'alrman of the wardrobe. committee,kIs openedthethe formal I Lord Fauntleroy celebration. Suit of ' whl� satin and other numbers by ..1he Inte'rJ)rda- Allatrum PrtnLlng ComplU"lY I\liSls -ed b R b M' re E Id BIa Dry s from the senlor class l�-ea� UIJY balanced the gold crown on tlve �h.Ythm �lflSIS hi.c1Uded "The .!itUI Bone oe Store Marl�ri K�hle� �eve�lI � Golden: theTenwilygirldown , cushion. the stairs carrylng �e a � Dance:� "To a Wild Rose:' a n.ower Bonnade1e ShBeauty �rrltz. Virginia Clifton. 'and Alice Shop Lln then-the white ribbons to mark th\ ILnd queen! As the vision drill, and vocal selections. 'Cook. The properties committee In- !pgrInk yand Brookdale. Barber from steps to throne. The lin �te7molre taffeta descend�d th.e After the ceremony, refreshmen1,6 Broo!r.d�1!I GroceryShop ass aisle cludes Elsie Barrett, chairman. Kath- ribbon CO. M Eklund;· Qrl: 'wide stairs, the audience rose to p�y were obtained from booths on the Brookdale Lumber CO ryn Rlgg, John Dags1und, Elizabeth ns bearers-Evelyn , d g�l � ;()�: ����ere := � n. . ,!nd this co�cluded the featlvl- Brown & Haley Stuen, and Harold NIls.sen. � � :�:: �: � :� : � : �� ::;;! . � h a flq e, CllAweli OptlcaJ Co. Assistants to Raymond Reid. on Qle �I� ;��:: �gan�!:: Clonr Creek 8ervt.ce StaUoo stage settIng commItt� a�Henry 01• lY NOTICE ILlission Society To Meet DRIFT Shop a d o e nu os t COnrad's Ootfee tore so�:� :ar�: � t:e seatl�g plan are Tonight at 7 ,: 30 O'clock You can al::ysB e go lt a · � : � ��� ; :::::' : =� � �� ��.=I�r�o� m h ng new aa\' l k, � a l and Larson, Ivan �n, ��p:� �;���� :�����;�e: Palll Estrem \1.'111 give talk on the In a� o�� ne�spaper photographer. ;;:;� �;��So� Olckson Bro&. . mission \I.'ork Rnd the relJglous condl- They re ear;t.h, . those fellows. but . East.ern Outfitting Uons In P.:exlco at the meeting of the frank. niey ptople pose every day. Eastman Kodak LIEN Mission Society which will be held to- and the funny part of It Is, they confSTIl IROOK QallenKamp's night at seVE'n o'clock_ in the recreation Unu," to like them! FOUIK.ill ,_ For Sd,ool Won: Hanson s Jewelry Oif:;�;!�rs �tf!·�nes' . "There hasn't been ·a girl I've shot $1.00 lac:h ' room. Harold 'E. Dahl CO. Nor_li.n Cod UVlr Oil A vocal solo by Romola Rust and yet but what she has satd. 'I'll bet I E. Dahl Harteoo!r.'. Cor. 1 1 ttl .nd Tacom. Ave. n R�M Bldg. lobby IPh Bolstad will ::;;d ,:d r:�� th�� ��:���e�I �:� Phon. MAin 73 1 4 ltu Hy Mandie's ta a I le ct ' ��� u�: ��:�!:: Jac!r.'s Griddle o t r e . � ��; ��:t1:��e �ue:� .� :e�::� ��� LL :ca1�r::f,�COX co. Bett Sea F�s peat the Identical !.tat.ement (At the Lew\.\ FIsh Market can be obtained at time Hi! was taking the picture Queen � Lien. & Belvle " \. Novelle and her cohort over . on the Lou Johnaon LEWIS MKT, ' lawnJ. Tlngelstad 4267 � . Lutheran Bro.therhood BR, Palace Crystal Market members' "No matter what you say. glrll;. I've '.:,::=-:.c. ��.� Tacoma, �.a.shlngton 80 he t . �'c��r� �&. - I �� =:;; Hp�::r:��::S S::'in. Pacltie Ave. Lumber Co. 1 1/2 Co_ . . �::: i� i:;�� �t: :t� al�:e. ; Parkland Barben;hOp , t e y a t Parkland Qarqe Lett" s...t_ 0., Sp«'-Ity t . b E " t K o � � : ma9 as �! � : �� Vf: ::n �t����t �a�:=P��e a 403 1 1 th St" T or �, Wuh. D ' plain that he would come to the May r People's Day fete to see t� girls wear the !il Pioneer Prtntlnl st the dr to look at ' ? ' 100% Values '��:!! : . ��� Co � ::S:ls :O�:. . � � THE BUC It shouldn t be out ot orcter here to pass on Qle bouquet handed to the , l e'II" i''''';' Sc.hoenfeld. 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EXPANSION PROGrAM' UNDER WAY ' THIS WEEK, ' ,'

' Tacomans Asked they Are . �ding t/re. F9r $80,000 By , June 23 , Builclmg for Library

Special ' Funding t& Be Churchmens' , EVidence of ' Good Faith

An'd Class Rooms In'Prospect for This Year

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lind innrr

proof IIf

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faith 10 lilt.' /olell{'I'ul citizell­

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ht· a fin·-prouf. comhination litill til\' Parkland nllnpus,

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III nq.!t'. I .uthl'nlnism I (,lpllIlly

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Pudfi(' 1 .1 l t 1"'ran Collt,W' gul

Hdually

Asked For $20,000 By June 12'

Forward' Drive

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Paclflt Lathl'ran

J.lIrh('r-

Collere

t Plll� of F'I�' ,( An Editorial I ' . ;;:t)'�ofIr.1�th::�s;;t T�::::�!�f'�rooe!u�� LRpuprPM utheran Church. Tl\coma. Rnd wh()6(> jr interest In and appreciation l � A Colnl. X" Lutheran o par50m Pacific T stope nst RP el In this el tut Pacific ewhere the Lutheranism a of on n i I i RE , HE G A of the educatlonRI, cult-ural and flnan. � slArt PAci fic Lutheran Collt'ge ('f.QIRIthe'worth of Pa i 'c Lulhenl.n Collegl' T lege . way to I t s deserved place . . commu� · ty. In the For nearly half a, century has been a �ource of, power, service and inspiration for .1 R�l�n:ull��ral fiun, between. 100.000 . with which !U:l di l lona l .' An to ('T('('t 12 more b\lildlngs and pn:",lde the missionary hopes of our Church on the la's t frontier, Ihl't'e alhl("(ic field� on the to_flcre campu.<;: \\'111 be askt>d from thl' 6.000 For nearly half a century thousands of our young people have found their chance ��II�:a�II����,�;�i���g�t���O;:ri�� at Pacific Lutheran College for\ a Christian education, and have proven the value of this !<tArUng Immedlal-<'Iy after' the local school by their lives. For nearly half a century the high'est devotion, the greatest sacrifices have cenr��:��J�rr��'�b�:��� ;t� :l �:;I! and financial equipment tered on Pacific Lutheran College to· maintain and build it. otthethl'bvUdlng new PaciflC Luthl'ran College by when t.hl' Institutlon will celebrate Today. Pacific Luthera'n College enjoys high educational rankir:1g. It enjoys the � !��� :.:�\'�:��h:f����;�I)�Il�;:i:: confidence of the Church and of its home community. The sacrifices of the past have nated '"Theu Pacific Lutheranm Collegt" not been in vain . Every Lu.t.heran can-feel justly proud of �acific Lutheran College. Pacific Lutheran College is today sta�ding at the parting of the ways, 0<>; l'�h: ��:�111��::' c: :IS:�'�ed 180.000 will its unique and great opportunity, community. local t.he from Ix' 5OlIcl�d rrom the cltitens or Ta,. Tacoma, the home communI,'ty. has said : coma during an organized campaigna dl(ectoT$ are counting on the dr�: ::�: d�ll=w�O:r: uI�e :_� .�o1�funding eI " I f the Lutheran S of Tacoma will show the way with gifts of $20.000. we citizens �;Je of t , �;;�:� �:t��':�:l � the remaining in general will add ,SO.OOO to it, and buil� a ,Library·class room building at the school.'! rlnan��':= and complete c al I ro lI l r What does this unique and generous offer mean? a ' JIj general cltlzenry o Ta.com . : S �' �: : � ���:t.s � � h ra� co ���= It means a new day of educatiol).al efficiency and service at our school. Pacific Tacoma and Pierce Count)'. dur1ng organlud funding dr1,'e &'t for May Lutheran College has achieved its high educatiQnal ranking in spite of woefully inade­ quate equipment, I t has been warned to provide better educational facilities. especialto J�:�:::I:'m�� Helps It will lose its pre�ent high ranking unle'ss this need is met soon. O. A.' Tlngelstad. Iy library facilities. Accordinofg totheDr.ollege, president and Plo.ul A, C It means a new day of. friendship and co-operation between Pacific' Lutheran Col:;U;; :l���p�����a�=�� ��ol::O. lege and its home community-Tacoma, It 15 due to materially improved bust.1'1- means a new day pf �ecognition and support in the Church-at-large for Pacific "It L� \.he great, opportunity of :=t.oo��::,,:�� :dUi��:::':t Lutheran College, Is it too much to say that Pacific Lutheran College is standing the parting of PaclUc Luthethran C?lIege, practJca1r fIiUpport by the Tacoma =� : A�=r;: :��t =.�� the ways:, that its great an� unique opportunity .has arriyed ; that its zero hour is �.r.? tr;��':\y ��u!O::� :71; program the present college year The decision rests with the Lutherans of Tacoma and Pierce County more than the �rve to obtain $80,000 mon from nears Its close, J • with anyone else, I t their school, Bonds of 10yaltYJ �ervice, sacrifice, extendiAg over community, Tr:�fm::,��:� :: !::n:! many 'decades, ' bind Lutheran hearts to Pa�ific Lutheran Co·l Iege. The hour is, here tI�=IPw��1 f�:::� :��:�r;!�: Iclmun.... on' Pace FO�I when these bonds will be.tested, on Twol , '!lit'

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' Will they prove st��ng enough to lift' ,our' school to new heights of usefulness and . .� ' Campa�gn Headquarters - achievement? I • , �. ' • . '

Pacific Ave, Tacoma PhOne MAin 0169 932

W,e Lutherans, through Pacific Lutheran College, are on trial before ,Tacoma and Pierc� County. 'As we, in these weeks. .take every opportunity to speak well of our school. as we are eager/to work for its victory. as we show our faith in it by the greatness ' 'of our' Sacrifices. we ,can ·coun:t on Tacoma to do its 'part, � --�

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For Bird'l-Eye , View Of t�e N�w CiinpUI

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" . . r",· !.u'.her." ','uuculiou ;u. ihc Wesi. WC. Y<H"'� 1 M.'tJpic ll.rc growing up to rCnlizc. mor.e lind

. wQe''fionring .mast

more. �hc iinpcr.1Hvc Ill'C'd .(01' ChriSlian cd.u� 'l'tlled Icn,dt;rs; during the 'd(,(,lIcles �lh(,IHI. .)f.;lifc

PublWltd e\-ery two �Its during the school' year . , b)' tbe students of PacUie Lutberan CoDeire-, . ,Telephone: OArind 05'" Orner:: Room 115 '

is 10 be prosj>el"olls Rlid worlb ·",hill'. fillR}lciltl.

S���Pt on �1.00 Per Year. l

t, y. soci81iy politil·I�lIy. s"iritl1lll1�· . �1(':X'(,ullry � ,-"uJlsiderations hllvc for :.. ix 1(11l� yell� h l1l h'i1' I nll' illan'h of nd'-I�llecmc ill; but " 110\\', with Ii del}r��s('d ccollOrny lurgC'ly of Ill<' post. ' 1l1l' c.'ol-

Enttrt;d as StCOIId class matter, Octobe! :l. 1ns, at" the Post Otnce at Parkland, WUh1ngton, under �e Act 0' March 3, 11m!. .

1935

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1936

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181tf

on its wny I ly .ac bic\'clllcl�

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'nieproposctl CUllIpliS la�'l)ut will . llIukc PlI-

l4s.ocialed CoIiellioie Pre" ' EDITOJtLU.' S1AJT H��n Holtcamp ""rroR Norma PNus NXWS mrroR Member

,:u..rn/ssiH'ly

of UI(' purposes and ideo Is \'isiullcd b,' its

. founders,

dfic Lutheran Colleftc nn o�tstnlU.lill/-t instilu-

.>tioll of h.i�her. lenrnin /ot..

Smaller collC'I-ll· s. the !\C

days. arc e\".crywh�rc hailed as �:ital �nils in

Ihe higher educational system. Our college hns

Bob M&rt.I.n

'.

.

Luthera s Asked for $20,000 by June 12 contlun tY.

aUon betWteD l

�('''hUn.ed

the. coll�e "and the

" I 11'111 �\'e " slngul.... lnsptra. tkm k? tM chun:h at I.� IQ ha\ e m

'

���� � ��q� 5UPpot'"l helfle e "It will gi\'e Paclrlc LUlhf'l"Rn Col. \f'1rt' u�tnUy !1eeded edVCIlUolial , ·fa cllItles to enable It to retain lUI h.\gh edUcational rankln/l. 'Every $OC11l1 an� rellgloUJI artun co �::: th� � �: socl&!' dlstnlegratlon .01 the last

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(mft economlc Ilfe.an� world view. \:::h�UanH,)' is O'n trial. H cannot aUore! to io.se lUI 'SOurce of p �'er and continuity. thl, .Chrlsllan Ocollegt.

f'rolll' Pale

r\� throurh dune 5 to 1:l. "If) A! " ,roup Qf veterlUl,,� mpre deepl$ con�rntd In t.tJe sue- .' .ce5! Ilnd futu��f Padftc

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:l :O�:�� a!I�����:h:�� tally ImportArit ex�rlen�

lind entl'1i.lstlu�m III the com-� munlty c!(nvaMI 'of the rt'.sl-

denUal dblrlcl3:"'

Spee��:I�= :r:::� .·nd next '8und!li'" all'- LutherlUl h ��:lr :� 0i.�����t: :I� :t!. h-:� in hour conc.rt at tht morning lII!'rmoM...., will feattire morning services In

;service'

Central 'Lutheran ' chun:h, and ' Dr. pannko'ke will appear III the pulplta of at �el!.St 'our churches and a;& ' many lll'hiC:YCIl.lcnt s nntl. j..'Tt'tllest of all. by thl' chorr . n.l�� !1S �:� l . ud{'rs of Ihc virile yuung Jl�ople.it hns directed . t ,� READER "Sow the se�'�IOW" n; Uor :,� 5ubstrlPtlOIl' nnd i s ,directing into the eiluca ti onal nial husi· the enthmhuUc pledge which will be uaed In the Luth. "(a) Through · IlC'SS activitics of the stote n.nd nnti'"O n . ar-. en«;,ral support 01 the eran drive A.5 �'ell as In the g lon community campaign Immediately (o�PiLSt& � to st O)) herr?, Isn�t il post lilllL' thll ' -t_",,, , b,,-;;: ::"'";; ,,, ", ,,, , ;,po ".: O' .� ,:; � :'! � r;; £1\'a Bergman, �rrc"kA- Schtll. Th , IOWltlg I t, '.Is now ljelng worked out by h ; o ", k n wo d . _ � r ll iilRJiiilirl ii CT lnar.-wc-:Cl 'c , we slop )� P"t1-e. Russell Frye. We will arrange two fl\'e-to- ' TCh�6lf"'lI'r CIJmm�Ad�II;or.,.�riutlsly mlo thc (,�p8nsi(Jn 'prngt'oTH ? ten-m ute addreMtS on Board an,d Dr. Pannkoke. BUSINESS STAFF f'rIthJof Tt.rtt BUSTh"ESS MANAGER � t l i i p g l ; C � I I ADVERTISING MANAGER - Jean-Marte Fowler n Ih il ( iJ i i I l d , : t " lc l , � Marp.ret crart ClRCULATION M G R 1� is fnrltiliatc in hm' ing line of Ihe largest 'clilr" oong�gallon at once. CmcUl:.A.TION ASSISTANTS .- Romola Rwt. and O\'er the radio. Speakers can be Icelioll of SC:lIu'lilUl\"inll lit('rnl ure on the cOllsl, · obtMned 011 request 1.0 the clHTopaign Katt-.rYl"l Andersoll ., . "Reap the han'est: AD SOLICITORS - E11u.belh FrIIs. EnId Bll\k.e. lleadquarl.ers. 932 Pacific avenue. Tn" ( A I ApPQIIl� a congregationAl .\'('1 il is housed in nn old fire:trop buildiIY�. alstJ Alice Cook. chairman. TIley meet May C01l1a. telephone M�. 0169. IIset! fol' dormitOl'ies. tHllliinislrnt.iOl\ tl1ld busi· Dr. p�� lIere FACULTY ADVlSEJU3 - N. J. �bng. O. J. Stue.. 13 .at 6:30 at dinner At the III'SS off"ices. cinssroollls, lind' dining halls, g r J W(' shul�nls 1 lnke n l�rsOl.1U1 pleo to �\"er'y "'!bl �� ��al rman l, 10 chOoSe ca�:;l ·o� · �� p ��.:;:LOrL���:l� I <lim (,Ol'<TlllIIlJTIOl'< TUl'olllnn and 10 e\"ery Pierce Cnunly Luthe1"tm captains. one (or tvtr)' 100, Church of America. -�'as here from l ' in this primary ('ffurL \Ve nsk that you gh'e To ht'lp hring til{' pidul't· Hf til(' ( ;ultlcn Juhi­ Mlnneapoll, O\'cr the week.�nd famll. mtmbers. They mtf'1 Mill' our /-tt'IIt'rniion an UI'portunil:y to mold our h'(' l'onstrudion an'd I' :P' lsillll prtl).,.Tnlll fO!' larlzlng hlmseU with the plan of the 18. PC'I'solHllil i('s hy .11 Christian patt�rn. nnd thut 'llraldy [11111 fun'e­ Pacific LUllwrnn Ctllkg local a mpal�n 50 thllt he may lAY the "IC) Together with a group of wc hc gi\"en u physil'ally adC(Jtiote educutiullul fully hcfort' our n'gulat' Vt cit'.rs ant!, pl1rlil'u­ outside men. this group ls to ground�'o'rk for the IUser CAmp:lign I"cnJI'r from ,which · to work. Also, we nrc in· Inri\' LJ('fon' Iht' :\,:)110 I ,ulhcnlll l"lIll1ll1uni('unts carry out the Initial can. which will follow lL, among the 6.000 It·t'('sh'd in the 1l1111l\' studcnts who nrc finishing Ilf 'i'acoma and Pit'reC' Cnunly. this Sp�Cilll ('eli· Lutheran oongregations throughout the \'l!-o;1i.: Mil.)' 18 to 29. high s('h(mls ' anti 'who would apprccint(' Ihe lillll of TilE :\IOORl:\"(; �IAST is 1'C'SI"l<'dful J y ",di Each caplaln � to choo.'It' United' Bta�. ollcj.lt' of this tlt-lIl'fils to · Il£' ,·t'npcti ft'ulII a c ch'ni('at('d 10 Ihe grC'al{'r. P . J . . \...,.J It has I l('cll.' Dr. Preus Is a orother of Paul A. �.Ight workel1l. The congreuniquc typc. i f ollly we (·llIlld. nCCOml11(lIll1h' a quilt' Ilnlllrnlly, a spil'illlni joy :llltl inspiration a lonal chllirnlall. tht cr,p- Prt'us. col ege tll.lllllcial Ilgellt .who deth.·cidt'tlly inl·,·t'lIst'� ltdC'nt cl1rollmc'11. ' 111l 1 \\'(' Ill1\"(' l)('{'� askC'tI In aid lilt' j:!lval lIlO\"('­ signed the exnansloll program. Anothtalus and th� workers to . I tll'cJlr i ll_ this IlIllnner. mt'et Juue 5th ror final Iner brother, ·;'. A. O. PreU.'l. now. of Ch,l­ you. ns a �nldiC'r uf (iod. goin� 10 fi/otltl cago. is , lonner governor of . Mlnnt.�trucllon.". for It higl-!"C'r anll grentC'r Chri!ootbill \\'c gt,udents of Pncific I,ulh('rall Colkgc \"it·\\" ,\11 il� carbe to cam'RM final The ",el sota. the youth of America? t Ihe expansion prQgrnm us u \'i\'id n\\"akcnin� \

BOvS' 'SPORTS' EDITOR

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OlRLs' 'SPORTS' EDITOR - Elliabeth 'Stuen eomi1e PEA'I'tIRJ: EDttOR _ Irene Odell, !4aiI.e Lien • _ TYPISTS - - - - Len,ore Withrow COpy S WRITEILS - Ja.ek Odey, �ohn DreibelbIS, Bob Monson. REPOR'I'ERS-Mafl!lU"t't r..a.rsen . Thelma Di.n1e1.s,

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Bird's-eye · View of the 'Golden' Jubilee Campus \

1. - A DMINI�TRATION 2.- ART5 . 3. - lIe.RAAY 4. - SCIENC� .5.-M�Ic. c.. CHAPEL

DoRMITORY . [bU�(,E

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kITCHE'N ' DIN1NG » ALl. . Bo�s OOKMITOt, '(jVM�ASIUM ' l'bWE� '«OUSE


College Entertains '. . State Educators .. ll.

or w \V. S. C. Presidents Ate Asked To Attend Af­ fair Tonight

They Marshall Pierce'County ....... ..... ..............

PAOJ: �

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Nancv

" Joan of the Lf'f'''' Uses ' Unique C08�U m�8. Stage 1 · .

Lilhts

Sets.

To open th� ch'le p'h�. or the P. L. C. construction and endoll..m�r.t campaign, Ihe COllege 1$ hOISt to two dmners thi! week. Last night at 6:30 o'clock abou' flrt)' pflstOrs and congregational chairmen 01 Piert't Gaunty ....ere . guests at dinner. Re\', Carl E. Rydell ....Iil . prulde as loastmaster. Tonight "bout on� hundred alJd fl!t)' Pacltlc North"'est �ucatlonal If'aders� Tacoma civic e<fucatlonal and rilllOrlnl leaders, and' their ""he.s ""III be prellent at anotl}er 6:30 o'clC"Ck ban­ quet In the collete dlnlnt hall . Axel H. Oxholm. teneral chairmlll'l of th� ChamlX'r of Com·meree sponsored ad· \1500: . ""hlch is to lalr.e charge of the Initial Tacoma Unit of 5100.000. will act. as toastmaster. Among· the �tate educ�tlonal leaders

.

the clever nauUcal · baclt-

tonig

Ul,e· comic opera In two acts of the NRl'iCy Lee," ht at o.'cloc.k; In the vymnulum. Pro!,' Keith Rela. tn the capacity 01. Drama Club advber. is dlrecUn, the producUcm� M wom�n'l phyalCf\l edu·' caUon director. . Adah Dapper ha.s coached the p�rate . . The opera wtll ·be g1ven In colorlul modem clothes,-plc­ tliiHQue pirate . C05�umea. and nutty bridesmaids' ·IJOWns In putel shades, Mlldred' Monson and Aroold Ander­ chaf.acter In the

Mrsdrills

raisiboard ng

KERSCHBA-UM Jetlancf Palagruti For sale exclusively at 6912 Pacific Ave .

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All Leather Shoes

LAUNDRY AND CL EANING SERVICE

At E�h'emely Low P,icOi

New sprinll style!;

School Representative

TACOMA'S LAUNDRY

C.llen K.mp 'l

"The Store with the Yellow Front" 1 1 1 1 BroadwAy

Pan torium Clean ers

TACOMA'S.�in" LARCEST Ho",e-furni Store T1u';'�:C=:!:1a:O���'" S. Pac. Ave. at 50th CA.,. 051"

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"e now here

Wnites galore Come in and see them

AL· ARNE

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Shell

A GRADUATION SU ·IT

Ga$Olin., and 011 Creasing

CENERAL REPAIR

for you yO,un, man!

2S0 SoRp-let' S.U.,..-2S,

Dark Blue Cheviot Double

Dependable

for "AMERA!k ICA SINeS"

LADIES

and be well fed

BROWN

PARKLAND GARAG E

&; HALEY

READY TO WEAR

1 1 21-23 BroadwOl.,

' Complete Accessories

PARKLANDUn_BA,IlBER SSHOP hove

Breasted Spc.rt Models

Ted Brow n Mu·sic Co.

BR. 32 1 1

381 115. $1.50 Student MonthlyonRate II !:;========� 1I;-:===== ====�! r:=�=7='�===11 Ie �tgg ����. �:��h� R�� II Ia,w

Brookdale Lumber Co.

OIt Brookdale Mountain Highway

G. P. KNUDTSON. Pmp .

GAdand

Parkland. Wash.

as walinkte them and � _ .' "

Denzler & 'Tone SPORT surfs

you

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Hardware Co. 924 Pacific Ave.

low price. Dender ""-' � i&i Tone . New

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ac f c Ave.

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Pacific . Avenue Lumber Co.

GA. 0453

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Faces

Wi th·

Modern Type

Adequate Equipment ·

Aliitrum Prin ting Co.

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MAin �168 .

Commerce

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Only

Trousers

$23.00

. A GRADUATION FROCK

for you, youn, lady!

Organdie. Crisp Ne,t. or

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New�st Arrivals only . Mousseline de Soie

$12.95

Experienced Craftsmen

MAin 4493

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hiplap. per M - - - S 9.00 2x". pe r M . - 12.00 1 x6 Flooring. per M - 12.00 1)1;6 S d ng per M 21 .00 LinM!ed il your can, . :89 galion - - Sash - - .50 1.50 Odd DoOrs - - Ix6 B<nrds - - - - 12.00 CupbOard Doors - .35 Paint, per gallon - - 1 : 1 9 We can urange. for an ·FHA �n­ for you on easy pa ent

Odd

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At Your Service-

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Rust B g CHEAP LUMBER­

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paraphernalia, Stage for the opera have been planned \l,:orlr.ed out by Raymond Reid. electrician and his a.ss1stahts. Olwn and Ororge Knudt.50n. Bergstrom, who actS as promp­ the Drama Club productions. been supervising the speak1ng For costumes and properties 1 Lilja tias been appolnted chalrwith Sylvia Miller and ElsIe Bar-

is here to suit you

BAR atMOUNTAIN the BUGABOO P.�iu

Parkland Golf Course

.

·costumlng---fiPor-ts

SUlfsJAND OVERCOATS

TSCHUNKO'S HOUSE Of FLOWIRS

.

EASTERN Out{itting Co. 933 Broadway

.HERMAI:-l IACOBS, Mgr. .

.

BROOKDALE. GROC ERY AND MEAT CO; PHONES: CAlland 0 1 01J4--GAr�nd

Groceri... Flour, H8Y. Grain. F�ed. etc.· . Sl:RENCTH "": CHARACTER·...,. SERVICE

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When you �uy �ur life insurance consider these factors: the reputa­ tion of the company. the character of its management; and the service . rendered .. WE INVITE I NQU I R I ES

YOUR

CLIFFORD O. OLSON, Parkland, Wnhington Representing

Lutheran Brotherhood . LEGAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE Hmnan L EUm, Pres. .

.608 s.c..nct Ave. 5:

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. Tacomans Asked for $8O;iIQO Pan by June 23

with a dictum by

(CoIiUnaed.

PAC�O Ltrni:zR..uI �E.' .PARKLAND.

the a.ceredltl\tl�n au­ Sia� ot Washington

,l.hOrlUes .!lr lhe that attreditation or PAclnc Lutheran Colle(l"-()ne ot IUs m"';'-"'"" · "",,,., I tJon5-W'ould be rea5!)nabl}, early start. I.s It"a.rd providing phyl<.lcally educationally f1)ore adequate eflulpment tor the 300 ·student� ot institution,

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. . . First Feder.lll SavlnSlS &. Lo.!In. AsSociatl6n. Ab�r R. fttor;enen. cOnlmLo;.sion-

er ot Public Works..

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�n of his plano students at 7:30 o'cl()('k Satumay evenln"i. May 23 In th� Col· . It'I't: gymnasium. Solo\.st.s wiil be V!.rg1nla ReIN;. pJR�' ­ InK' "&.cc:hantes" -r\si "Poupee . Val. sante" by Poldlnl; 'Dorothy Andenwn. "Polonaise In 0 Minor" by Choplh 1lnci "Bubbling Spring" by RI�re King: Al\tf' Ra'mstad. who 'wlll pia)' Edward' Grl('lf� "Anltra's Dance" ; JOf;eph Runnlng "Nov(lctte" by Schumann and Choptn'� " Valse C· Mlno�" and " Valse' in E _

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proving hi eom'tctlons or nn almo.'Il uncann\' illg the physlcaJ �nd chanl('li of tlnanqng Lutheran i stitutions. Or. Tlngelstad Mnd other n and Mr. Preus turnf'd naturnlly to Dr. O. H, PRnnkoke ot qUitman. Oa, Dr, Pannkoke. during one nine-yenr period alonl.'. directed 5h:teen- ·Li!thr III'n ln �::�d :e � � .��:;:;' R:d $4 d h ",,' 'n , d ,l s� ThtY'- Hc,ar thl' Story ������ I �e h� al: :lIde �I��ei'r a he a a i n I t r. t m �!�:: �r �;;t.�\� 'I:::r: ��!;�: : ����,::�u��v: �e;l� en o Luthl.'ran institutions ar� confronted pre!;lrl t.� r kftco� !\E'rvlce club..... the and l'<lucators ot Tat wlth.lunding prOblems. has become al- leading t'di� J Ivc�: ",'!II meet at dlncoma... and most traditional f'n �erlca. oll�e dormlto;J'Y and listen ner In the c Dr, Pannkoke chanced to be at his to a concert by the Choir Qf the �est Georgia home when th� urgent I,'vltaand,a program of IruplraUonal addre.'!.'1· tion to take charge of the ilolden Jubl" es b}, Tncomn civic If·aders. outstanding drive In Tocoma reached him. He Pacific North...·est educators and Dr. problems b R ed the Involved for Pannkoke. �tl1'Mlng the educational. ree day!'; and then ",'Ired he would cultural and flnanciRI valuf'J; Involved un rtake the task . He Rrr!"ed hert' In PaclCic Lutht'rRn College'li Oolden late the evening of MR.Y 3. Jubllee Pundlng Cllmpalgn. The dinUnder hl� dynamic luderF-hlp and ne� lli dl.'.<.igne.d to famillartze the the execuwith the active support. ciVIC and educational It'adftTS ",'Ith tlvt' FotnU of the. Chamber of Commerce prO(;ram or, which gre\,ter and the Lutheran educators and dlLutheran Collegt' L'I launched. vines of the· community. detail plaru the rall}1ng point from tIo. hlch · for the tundlng drives hlwe been comcoma'lI S80.OOO cont.rlbution to the plet cd and are now in prOCeM of execonstruction and . cutton. p nslo� ,�und � � be .. Pl.'rmanent campaign headqullrters �. hlwe been Opelled at 932 Pociflc a\'eJo.4en', .In" L.....in· HlIi.c:u"inl nue, Tacoma. telephon� MAin 0169. and WI' ute. to tne I.d,es both the Lutheran and the civic phA.seS � r e Art's Ba,be, Shop ::: a���;�: a�: 8rookd.le, W.sh,ngton At the Instance of the Tacoma A txor of Commerce. this on visor)' Ddal'd ot outstanding = = = = = = = = = :; : citizens will co-operate tIo.·lth Or. Quality Knitting Co. koke In rlftiing Tacoma'lI S80.000 allol-

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Normal claM hllve stgned to date, Ilccordlng to Dean Philip E. Hauge, he..d of the Placement Bur. eau. . Mr. Bt>rtram Myhre wu listed on tbe Tacoma public sch�1 tt'achlng )'esterday, Mw Th�lma Danleb will ttach mus.lc at Parkland nut year. n tu M :;;::a , �7: ��::n:: a:�d�e:a.:h � tht' primary department, and Miss Eve. Iyn Ecklund In the Intermediate. Mr. Harold Anderson will teach the eighth grade lit Rldg�tleld and Ellen Bergst.rOm h� slgnt'd· tor the seventh irade at Rainier. Mw Ora� Card wlll hu\'t' charge of the third a.nd fourth grades at Lakt' City. MIss Jeau·Marle Fowler will the third emde. at V(ashollp.l: Minion Pennie' III 1.J''Cfia�e of .the upper grades 'Rt Ro6�all!: Miss Gertrude Sten�r'I' will be at !lbe. . Mr, Ray Hlnderlle haa Slgnect lor tbe upper (rIld!"s at Central Valley .school In �anon. . At P1�ve MI5a lone Madsen talr.e over the primary Instruction, Edna Kelsey Is to be at Colvin. Tenino, and Mbs Rutb JohnsOn Plumb Station, R. Y" 0 , Olympia.

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1I1g1011. C Dr. HnnJ;�n given lifetime of sen1ce at the wr.;I t>' of Wiscon.s.1n. In a.ddltlon work at Ne>;l:berry Librllry In In 19�. with Mr. Charles tht' Library of Congn-ss. he qUl'Stro to come to Rome whe-:t' Vatican Ubrary reorga te � �nother \'e� capable man In "' ���ru-:n�:m�e:e':o�:\orrl_ n D . Marie Johnson. Fredericka Schian� I����!:' :tC���h�r ��I��: S:��: 50bus11ch , Francis Atehbold, Harold Johan1920. The Koren library at Luther Is gen- .�e.��::_�a:�:;��� rtthJor Taythe bulidlng which m�y �rve F edifice. eral model tor P. L. C. s new t havE' planntd Intermission t'xpt'rlence gained Ilt the Unl· etor the C\ e nlng. which ' n �;:�� �� w����:, un�:'!�l�' �� �: Ings by the' claM president, d cago. Of interest ty P. L. C. Is the �;� :a�:� : �::n�I:'lldred, fa.ct thal Dr. Jacobsen was Pre�dent derson: and ' presentatlon of the O. A. nngt'istad's teacher or Hebrew 1ft, FtlthJor Tayet. There at Luther College. , Or. JaCObsen. Dr. � orEfiestra numbers, under wll1 OJaf Morgan Nortie and Or. 'l"1nge1. r I f �f J. ° Ed d.s.the dl. stad were Joint editors of ��Luther Col· �::e� are n�w on' saleW:d may be lege through Sixty Years. which purcha5ecl ftom any membeT ot publiShed In 1921 . cOmmittee. Admiss10n prieta 1,'he uecuth'e eommlttee of th� boe.rd ticket of thirty �nt.s for adults and rut.een a :U��dl�R �� :�e:;, g:er;:a:� tor chlld�n. tlan, and Ille complete pe-r.;onnel of the building committ('e. Rev. AJt: M. Kra- Norma Preus Will k , abel. president of the board, states that Ii the definite hope and plan of , ead' - . . . Wor the execuUve commltl('e and the Board J ob Trustt't's that 'actual construction Honoring ttw .facwty wives, wtw 111 begin lri 1936. been hoste.s5e5 to Its Due to the res.lgnatlon ot Mr. H. E. thrQughout Ille year. the L. D. R. p.ve Anderson. who was .chalrman of the an 'lnfo�al reception !&st' Thursday Tacoma bulldl�g committee. the Board afternoon In the reception room. or Tn�stet's, and President 1,'Ineebt&d . At that' time Norma Preus elect· In consultation .....Ith Architect AIUh. td president 01 the organization for Ilsch and Mr. Paul. Preus , ....1. II malte next year's work: Retiring President Margaret Rorem a new .selection. The eXe<:utlve committee cons.I.stl 01 jave· words of welcome to the l&d.les. Rev:"' Alt, M. Kraabel of Po�Jand, who who have been bostesaea to the 1.. p"realdent: ae'oi. S. J. N. Ylvl&alr.er R.. a.nd.)trs. 0, � '�lstad Bt&nWQOd: .secretary; Mr, p, C, lola· ed, Other- program 6Wnben oi Tacoma,· treuurer ; Dr. C. R. �,by Wadene Calavan. a ,f�m Seattle: and .Rev, E. by bene Odell, and· a voca1 by Evelyn 8yve�, of Seattle, n

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been restlts5 In the claaa room at Umesl By Bob M_ . but th;'lt Is merely' a nat.ural re&POn&e I am a senior. I am now 5Uppoowd to know a Jot, Typlc&l of a graduate, �ro �r':n°::;�.':e::iw:as���l�� I p �����eW:::��h� �. �� :!:� re!son we looked at our watchea dur. cLa.sa periods �uch v:-aa becauae the WO!'ld with the fury ot a Ill( were atrald t,he teacher would not lion. i am d«k!ec1 to make to 1ln1.sh ber Interest.lni' lec· ripple In the If'Htt tarn ot the have time. N more othini t.ure In short.. I I. to make tb1a ot ability to do great better Place": "hich to 'Uve. U proof In th1a world, we invite you to protMlOl' said be knew how I t.hlngs y m e sten �n:st.rucUve ldeu an �� this, but he said he did not i1 . we �ve aii:Luaed dlirini years of In suiclde: ' I lle 1$ a' � lbat we may find :r u:�' I =�v: �1 ���: later on. but we one I beUne that even shallow litIs t.be Cfftm of the crop, 'For a man Into deep water: I have , haven l we read It In m.araz;I.ndl? found�tthat the dw'per .. rti'I's a.ppetite, Ha�n,t we heard btr men �y that we th more It seelD.5 to dull hu' con&� e I..S �l?restnt&t1ve.s of lhLs �neraUon c1ence . I am . conVInced that the logic&!. ones to lead the ""�Id meat ill. &II . rood as cb1c:lten, tha.t P'reuds of the m� of ijfnoranoe and de· wrong when be adva.nced the the. Of}' t.h&t. people dream too much. I this we tic. we however defy anyone who says Chapman and there In our m1det Counts was not the best baUer the ne(leeted their 'educaUon, In NatiQn&!. Le�e. M·y beltet InJoint.!CIll"den we flnd' a weed or Iy with the statement tha.t ·PsycbolocY the senior tirl-yee, .. sen· 'Is that form of conadoua ute wb1ch to the writer that �es the continuity of 10111 sleep, . confessed been k1ued, r stW dO • Now. have I broU&'ht out the fact that whetbu abe was.boutlIl( or the only t.hiIl( we seniors ha.Ye to baCk but It Wuatntes tha.t it is poll- Up InteIJ..temce Is ei'O? Kave I con· to. do too much boot "orlr.. babes In t.be . Tlnced you f.hU, we a representative or the III!nion, let wooda? Have I sbO,rn you that we that we hl.ve not been:wuuna not t.a.ktne ounetveltoO aerlOUlly? PIne ! time, We wlll adrtllt that we bave 'Ibat Is whaf"'fb1.ed to do, II

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RIAL STAFF 1 , (Ol'�n': 1�,ClUl IUlyliuo"g, but Il · l)(,' good like 1)o)'S The maJo,Uy. of t�� (Pis C!les who bummed matches and cloth� from us are Hele Ho p EDITOR mateflal. . e I O ' g u h � Normil })nus EDrrOR 1 lookln8 In Sears lind ,Ro!llIIC !����r· l;.�: ��ka�� �o�:' � :e ��';7f �::: �I�� b:��, � ent;e;�1s ���e���:�k� �;� �:. � ' studIU�: Maybe �ml' d�)' your �andson friends rather shy. One 'of the� 581d ��:::�:i!l:�n:���fpp�:��,:s,*��e ��, S��, �� � �U:th= a concrete e e a l b r e e COnnie Clumb FEATURE EpITOR ::re:: !�6tth�� :'��I��: �a::� S'tll!h-iay f e\'�nl!l.g'� )"II:cr. :::J( �: �l; I� �. �!:,Y�::�:��: :l�� �';II' k!�:�I��� T.YPISTS , �f women. Women :e The hails w\]\ contain JlUt ghost&-fl:hos4 of 'Harold. him that makes h,)'er cur(touIs. nO' _ {It-fatlnltlOn r CO ' Th�hletiC t pe o e w was ::; res ;el.l 1I or�� 'M�y;�e eI� �; Hlnderlh.'·S blush . . Ray . . . "gum �ewing· cI A n e d n � a �� �ac� 0d-ey, � � �;:7�1:: REAo or '.1OC .- neE' . CIAL SpEPY � --8111' l o to four other the ranked lnst . Eula d n a Buck)"s hallway strut . . . En.ld. Marie. Nen "}) i O Mae walking arm In arm , . . Bert M�'hre ? elIIng "C-r-r- b:oYs. One .glrl .sta�d....4JuLt 'Il take� �::: h��I�\�::: �:\W%: ��:�:�"�w: ·: �� �Ma�a.rt't Larsen, Thelma Daniels, � a-a�a-p!" . . . It g\'t� me . . Ir � o n t p ush In the bra..l n s to p l a y 1l00d brand of bait . . � Ali O:: ·a.·,. tllIke. -£1\'11. Q,ergman. Fredericka Schlanbusch, Norman y lf bll\\'ll'ng on t�e, shoulder ��!:,��� ,ra:�:�. :�!et:�II.�y:,t';; lh,� only \I 'rf� enct' ha colot, �ell Frye. belnr, :� :�I�J'�lt��� lJ .m . . BUSI N ;; 'E� SS �S'i' TA " " -' FF -; + +-' � A B..\CK\ fA"1fD-m;�2-_ tldmlrt's a SLtO\lg, athletic Qf c<l!Upl�xlons they ust' woman "," ,',, !Ilf\,'.',',.a�.e ,"" "e:; F'rtthjot Tayet BUSINESS'M�NAOER "tt�I':!hIV so � Ed Sv h .The Olttclal I)('rson. It wD ,, �RIPTION: TOE-NAIL. E , . ADVERTISINO MANAOER - Jean-Marte ler Bounct'r at· the Oreasy Spoon Club) l . One of the -It is a wOlJ1.a.ns, weakne . _g g u m IrlendJl�st girls In hool BEROLIOT VCXlAN, but Is It/surPrlsl.ng to, say that many of �anl s.fsa.st �! �o....��nb�'tonIh. � , �. e�y cCIrRC ? �...TTIO ANrAsTGAENRT' S M=,�l:t ;r�� IONN ,M Ass RCu.... lh l . , Me-Hont'�.·· laugh vitrif i me . " MR. HAUOE the glrl.s overlook occasional ilnd modher;·KI.s.<; Kathr)'I1. An t ·t t ....·omPIl and mell should L� tops In ,Ill<.' te h i g gaple. bUL his sub(le \\"R.rnlngs erate drin ng? But, .severnl of th AD SOLICITORS Elizabeth Prlls. Enid Blake, I bout our fate made remarked that the mal� .they married not sIt thlt sall1e table In t.he libraa t redl I d I Alice Cook ther In car : not be at sunrise . . : Mth--. must not drink. Nearly all of the roY: I I sit ��� of ;�:�:r�:�:man: ���Is _ ' FACULTY ADVISERS - N. J. Hong, J. Stuell gareLC�"""itISth � cutest thing thl� side of Paloose. but questiolulaires a&St'rted that Christian togt'lh{'r at 1111 during Ih<.' p. m,hll\e"<cepl 'e no IEST girl of the year Ity was a necessary tralt , in their boy f,lday. Saturday or Sundar' her h�art is too big , ·The campus o r off cam lIL� dales l N' -Ger\ � Brunner . but It was the way, she asked ! . friends. More glris saJd that they d dOUR FI AL WORDS TO ve llng, THE GRADUATING CLASS What will we do ;thout Ellen's chatter? She helped ' not prefer to go steady with a boy a.t Sl'lurdny afternoons sand Ihe . It w:\s clear- If !Ill' provisions et forth many a ton e- ied boy . . Lois Mae Morton 'was the college Uian vice-versa To ttl(' st'nim dass 01" 1�I:m w(' say "Fare­ school's Ilere, lneugurate..1 wt're Ilaragraph last y l pfl'S aJ . y b ake charmer, beca.use she made eyes at. Arnie Iy pointed out s d If umab well." Ahout tht'lll, sa" ")'011 art' un in­ for ninesnmonths door,�, 1111<1 alose woul(: s�hool our Its gir x t g Hauge. s l e Laura f that o e\'� l ! forget hose Wt"U perience, a . r spiratiun 10 liS whl) are hl'hiiul." r gold n rod and h stl would grow , loam·d. yours truly rour bits for a cup of stea y With a , boy she soon has" he )'t'S, this graduating- dass 'dot,s contuin SOliit' becauseonshe ce . Nor will _1 forget my Palooso . one 'mind on the boy nstea Of her school aroun tht- c p Instead of rofilII' l'Xtlmplt's uf giowillt-( youth, lIluturill� in� coffee mnnCt's. all of m y Jokes . . . That, girls, Madsen. work. The glrl.s admitted t h a t their She lau8hed at II! wUlldl'rful 1}('rSOIlUlilil'S. SdlOlustil"ully, mllke'any guy brt'9.K out III a rash and, dream about boy frlena,5 act the' way they art' pt'rl· i t e ti I ' you . Vie ",'am to t h k Dutch Moe for'smoothing mit� to act. . . ::�t��:\�:!:�; ri l�t\I't�:·l l�·t;�:�'sl:::�:�. jN\� IS;:���I !�l� over lh;' b y sessions In ych :wIth his under-the- The day boys were described as'more PREXY'S CORNER sludt'lIls urt' -guing un hi" ,·uriotls schouls, hut brea ments ' . ' . Browser was nobody' , s fool. But wUlIng to cOOperate, more gentleman- What a year this. has bel:n! How tht, Io:"ratiuuting ' tl'Udll'I·S Urt' Io:"oing uul into I otuhJl,d� n t f;;e � badly tl.bout It if I were hi m . SOme W()o. Iy, congen1a.l, fortunate. those who could spend the \"ari(IUs (·0I1I1I11lllilil'_S. (.f Ihl'ltl, all ask is Holte·s girl friends were Ot the girls did 58y that they depressio years In· college! They enthai Iht'\" l"l'IHl'lIIll1'l' Ihcfr alma limier, tlllIl mall \l.'Ul get f1lm yett . Les l d l tflt'\" IIlUkl' known lUll' sdlUill and its Illl'rits , �e�: nk.� ��� ::�n:�n?l--th� �;�::e;'�: �� ���t � fe s h :t ��� '��� :�: : IJ'�� � �:I�/:�����:�_ ��lt:l,l pO: . �� · ulHi 'thut lIa'�: lx' filll' l'xumpll's of I that I learn In the way of etIquette. They t>cgln a career at I�the. biggest pest In Washington ' during the last ear. pt n u Sdlolll slunds for. the laller the orne ies lillie rascal south of 54-40 '. ' . , aeem to Lack proper respect for elders, . Perhall.� It \..a.kes faith to v£ew pr()f;­ SIH·t·t·ss to the duss of 1 ! I;�li. How would those glrls have graduated withou their big superiors, and girls. Personal" appear-. pects So. Anyway. the time to lick seems to bother them very lit- the br �:� , ca:urWE FACE ,TH'E NEED OF A � Volly told y�u she disliked. }'ou, .the.ifyou were tle." ageow soldiers are welcome. JOURNALlSM:-i> EPARTMENT Brt'athe boys.--aren't women liars? P. L. C. Is not at'the crossroads, but roundly, disliked . . . If she said she lI ed you, yO!.! Editing tilt' ).Iooring )'Iast during this past \'ery much liked . . no two ""ays about It . . . Many a at the beginning or lh asce�t of 'a long year has ht'ell both u I)rivilege nnd pleusure st ude wished. whene\'er they were raked over the coke, Bro..-.er Gets Told On points the way to a higher 1 0 llt;, It i� a wonderful t'xp('rit'lll'e; it is u One boy that we art' going miss phlialneth�t that the\' could ha\,e had Ruth Froyen's calm,· and gret\�r' service. 'with the I S , assistants pllsilill" whid. 1H,t"('ssihllt'S l·apublt YI'al\ " Paul E:itrt'm d!dn't "'Tile DRIFT , nor did is now-you-see- him - now - you - don·t co�lInu"d support 'and loyal help of i r tht, publication is to bl' worthwhilt·. he terms hlms.:lf. His studenl.� and graduates, . with the vlg-' Jaspl'r Johnson. nor did Jack Odey It was a red­ MO n In \"it,\\· of tllt· students who will ('<iit and he ed guy ""'lth buck teeth, baggy ttousers·. sic y grin COIUDUl 'Ughter has been orous endo ment of Oreat r Tacoma mUllu!-l(' tht, :'\ltllirinlo:" :'\Iast in yt'urs to lind an arm full of notebook;,· . '. . Here's hoping Helen read more than any other part or the an Pierce C ty, our home co ti,tu­ I wish 10 bring to the utll'llt on of tht, uclmini­ Holt.camp, my edllOreader. doelin't suffer any III rt ts paper. no have �'ou guess I'ocy, lJ:le prayerful interest of i straHoll IIw Ilt'('ti of t'stablishill!-l a (It'finitely from worklng In the same office with .me . To Mar­ ed that Browser, the author of ·'Drifts."- utherawith n �upporters. and Chrlsi.tan� a.Jso th1.s He fundioning .iolll·lIalism tlt'purtllll'nt in the garet Rorem Koes the bouqut'l Is Monson for being the moot "gentlea n d is ? P. C. rightly hopes to ally, gene r . sehool, With tht' grntiuutioll of Ihis yt'llr's manly · CO ed . one llow that is dO\1mrlght critical write the yea'r 1936 In BIO letters In duss. there ure olll\' ahout fiw students left PICK·UPS FROM HERE '. THEREand clever. You \..a.ke whai 'he gives her history, It seems funny that so ma.ny third-yearers couldn't !Llld "shud-up," who hllve hut! nny· jotlrnulistie training, and To- the Class ot 1936, hearty thanks conduct arc by being nMural . . . If angelic thl'ir's is sCtlret'iy enoulo:"h. Other students ' trust their for the past. Strength or arm and heart unwilling to shan' the responsihilities, und so euverlng means anything, we \\111 all sprout wings by w. S. Goes Modern for the futlire! May loyalty to the u hurtiC'1l is left for Ihn't' 'II' fOllr stuff IIt'utls, fall . . Funny ho professou and boob can Innuenc The strike that the studes at W, S. Mast er gra. t abtdlng pOw r I l·llless the writers hUH' had U wcll-I)lnnncd person They don't expect Fred Sutter's Republican C, pull finally succe ul. "You A. .TINOELSTAD :uJi:iO:uJ� dassroom truiniog' ill tt", editorial and husi- friend survive his recent accident . . . (He was hit strike. I'll strike, lind we'\I all sti-ur:e:t F'i:iO:uJi:iO:uJ� . Iless phases of this work, the paper will tcnd by an Idea . . HaJ Joha n the most staid senior Now the girls "are treated like grown� to becollle JlUr('ly an amutcurish monthly of the ")'e&r tHe stayed up later than' anyone up women,"· as they· would . have It: I " P,"S" slwet. TIH'refore, h·t'nl" interested in St'e in R Jeail-Marte and Fuzzy-Puss Fi-ye have Just start.ed to ·OAl1_lI , "w. journaJisln hl't'UIlIP \�'\"IJ organized depart- go -, and now school term Is O, r . . , It's the Know What Tbls ·Mea!lS? '�� ... lIlt'nl of ollr liheral urts sehoul. I make this bunk! isn't It? , Hal VOtaw was the moot all-around I y al AU ....th.r S�"' . plt'u: thut a duss in juurnulism (news writing boy of the year . , , He was around . Get- m� ��e �SJ!!- :t,e::nta. �;;= and ud\"ertising lIlethods) he offered next ting personal, Bob Martin has th most lucid patr or who is graduating and will be leaving New spri n, styles' .re now hen . Scptembt:'r. Tht' llJ('mlX'rs of this c1u!iS would orbs of any ot the seniOrs . --:-.. IUS pupils at Stewart our fair campus for her home ·In Call­ v.,;ites " lore not only be gi\'en' a book study of the subject. called my atten on to the. tact . . ..of could 'use "pupLla" fomJa. She Is the thinker-upper ot C�e. in see them hqt they woult! work in conjunctioll wilh the and. "orbs" and malte a 'Iv1.secrack out ot It. but I won't the title, Lea Petits Morceau.x, :which regular ).Iooring )'1'8sl slufr. B�' sharing a re- . . , It's touchy busIness classifYing gIrla in respect to "Uttle Snatchell" tn French spollsilj,i lily in publishing the puper they would ty, but a wise old OWl told me that liedvtg Dahle, (deflnJUon out tor �hf!6e madly C.lIon K.mp', }l:t't actual eXfX'rit'Il(-'l' in Ihe work. Marian PennIe, Thelma Danlels co.114 grace any curious P. 1.. C. Oree'k majora! . And "The Slor. with the V 1ow Front" )'Irs. Ruth S. Franck, who is a htraUuute of college campua 1111 make the profs Janttors tum so, a nIce v:.acashlon, :my gude ' g te i a Norsk Frans.. �i�!�7i�:} il�!:I;�·�:��risl�I::�p: ���n�::t orp�t c� . ::�:t�� ���'�ar��r ��:a�� �n:r!n��!: '!! '!! '!! '!!; �'!! durin� til(' Inst yt'ar. is Ihe tcacher I suggest time In every man's Jl!e when he must be uelched, CHEAP 'A ' . for this coursc. SIlt' knnws Ult' Illoder.n urt of . and every severe word you spoke \.() r:::te will be - S 9.00 Shipl.p, per newspaper work. rued, and pla.ced among my sOuvenJera heirlooma from - - - 1 2.00 2x4, per \Vith thc·colll'f..(l' elH'ullment inert'asing, we 'a big man.. ......gJgned . Now·-You.See-Hlm-N�w--You-Doll:'t Floorin;, pet' - 12.00 JI x6 should ho\'e a weekly edition. This can be . Monson. t.oo x6 _ d ng per achie\'e(l only through well orgunized jour- THE FINAL CRVLin� Oil, your " I I� - - t r h h h I hate to II t op . . Writing thi COlum.t;l has more ,50 s Odd Snh ����!?sl ��:sr������'h . li��'�I�� :�� b!�� ��! �� , fun than' a In C ato wltll �M1nn1e the Mooc�r Odd Doors - 1 .50 LAUNDRY AND sired outcome., ·- H�len Holtcamp. . gang frown{'!:l. on one or my Journal­ 00 . - ­ 1 2 .,35 lx6 brds Cupbo.rd Doors Ist.1c ectortll. r W()r5e th U' I ha Just reCeived a CLEANINC SERVIcE p,int, ,per " lion - - 1 . 1 9 SHARING THE CAMPA[G� �FFOR�? .... red-penctled mE USE�" on one ot my Ed �t Extremely �w Prle.. , ng,. � want for ,n FHA LoIo . We �.rr.ingeU'( P. 1.... C.'s new combination' Iibr8I")'-cI�"oom , PII�ch pe.per:t , .'. ;· N...,w, in closi payments e-:-;-: It may seem' 1��lcant, thia haclt building. for which. funds are now being. raised. . wriUng.atopbutmin AL A�NE a very. mysterious mann,er I We Deliv... School seems d.e�inHely on its way. The needed �100.a:few _ about the tlner �ta o.t frlend.ah1p. 000 requires not only intensive cooperation oil· e x p ana t i o of it is a long to ry it. aUly ,TACOMA'S LAUNDRY !he part of the campaign leaders for its raising. to �,.my. grinning �hen .my tuff - Pacific -Avenue hut the �ooperation of �II PaCi�1c Lutheran stu, � 'Plltttn:r 'm� on the back when _It was Lumber Co. dents.as well . . Each one of us IS"an example of was P.n'torium Clio.i.o.. : wm �own I let '. . Now, �� that· off my chest, GA. 1K53 84th & Pacific Pacific Lutheran <;haract('r. Certainly, we' ' �? my have a good cry. shouldn't shirk this duty. ,

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Prof. Olaf Morran NorUt", a Ph. D. Per:qmallty ('Iu� acth'llit's Me 10 boI from the Unh crsl )' of Mlimesot.8.. has In thl.' chars( of Misses MargtU'I.'L Ro, Jx>.en appointed' asL a slX'Clal. lnstn.H."tor Helen Hoitcamp. and Louise Ht'l1_ rem. for thl.' 1936 summer quartet, 'The fln;t drtck.<'()11 �urtng the Ilt'ltl )'t'!lr, commences June 8 and 111111 be 'Mlls ori"lllz�tlon �hich Is Ullt'll \ .. completed July 15: the &econd session All glrl� of lhe school III'as fowldro b:. begins July 16 and IIoill be tf'nnllUltro r.flsses Ellen Bergstrom and Margun': Aug:ust 21. Prof. N, J. Hong, of tht' Craft at the beginning of this .5t'mestt'1" EngUsh department.' �'jjl ha\'e actl\'e R�adlnC"'t�m It�t riC"h.t 11. �len lfoUea�,p, '1fho has .oitrved � f'CIltor. 01" the paPf'r this yur; lIalttl.IIaC"�nlp, It L'I mt'ant to unite thf' daY and dorm ch� Of the summt'r KMlon. cooptrath� ,:0..'0' ont h� brtn appohltf'd to fill gIrls Into one frlentlly, . Tht' college faeuB,y It; .fortunate In nt.·Jy appoin�,d .f'CIllor for nut yf'al"; �nd f1.ithJof hId, r?Urh;:lC" bwdn�- �r. gJ;OUp. During thE' year. monthly mE't!thaling the addition of Prof. NorUE'. .the bU5tnrs... mana«t�hlp. Ings hn\"e been . held . .lind excellent ' Who L'I .a promintnt educator of the . speakers fr,!nl . Tacoma . have dL<;C1&e<1 . TENNIS 1oys Ne\v . Ruth Sollie,GIRLS Saga E. mp United Stai� Por t"..eh·c years h lr,'lIhtruUl In :11)\�nU ar� . maily pelnl..';. \\ihleh dfill with ".Belng . hll$ be-tn V:llh th(' Luther College teach_t' 78 G radnates , won the Wis' !'Ing� It'nnL'i Cha.m!)IOIl- a Charming OlrJ." The meet!ngs haw Process PrInting Ing, 5tMf. being a profes.�r or �'chol_ matches IIhlP this Y��! es !Ill been \\cll attended I IContlnut'd Prom Page 1 1 Prof. NorUE' hlU more d� � \\on by ,I.me ,,�n .aDd JA.nl'e We are anxJou., that the girls carn 'on the Decorah_ Francls A�bo!d,-Sumn.cr; !"!ordls Ar- EIg'hiv-Page YWbo k D tr1. Brones;, Lh.an tub· ot.bf� The "'.ttln�J tournament ')11 our effort.... be-cause \\e feel thal. ItY 'buted Vester�a'\ starr. He ts tht most prolific wri tt'r neson. Maplewood. O�n; Eline "henmanaged by 4»UIst' Williams. s.Jpho- loS a slep toward ha\lllg a I'Iorth\\hl!t' " Taof any man.ltl ihe Norv.·cQ-tan Luther- son. Parkland: Ellell Beristrom. r organization \\'hlch 1!lclUdf'S all the ...... of the new orrset moreGeorge "Brockway. . Olympia: Through the an .Church or America. Among his girsl of our school,"' nssert the prt'f;('111 \\:orks Is thf' rellgtou.� and oHlclal hl$- Gertrude Brunner. 'Wlnlock: Grace. prlnu,ng·process. .the 1936 Saga Is �r?- . ... . . . . t t la I C M ' Wa.lCt, �nd. Jewelry Rep�,,,ng ���� ��::t�1l or lhe new (roup ka; � i ? ��:�t: �� N�r�� :����:\�O�� �:!y:���a =�, ;':kI���· ���: sto�. 1�'r�t:� ':n:�::l W �: ��: made by asking all gtrls \\'ho , e� SP.� E,.:CU � JONES Who Among PnSlors." With RnsmllS Mary Dodge. Tacoma.; John .Drelbel.- dred udent copies we;r? dlstrlbut illterest�d in the Pe�nallty Club are ,JEWELER� Malmln. In 1928. tht'y .'rott' "Christian bts. Tacoma: £\'C'lyn Eklund. Tacoma: yesterday. submit' �per t.elUu& how Ih(')' ' Jrim.Mari.e Fowler. Portland, oregOn; The )"t.'ll.rbook. which hlis bef:on dedi- I i . n Broadway Keyser Pr1>1IS ! I8S2-192 1 . " HR 43 7 5 towould )llan the Rll.'t'ilngl'; tor th,e next r.1rs. Katherine M. Grlmstf'ad, lI.'ho Ruth Froyen. Port Madison: £ulo. Mae cated Oreatt·r. Tncoma, '1s one 0' tht year. Among those turned In wen' has r(,,(;E'h'ed a Master·.s ·IJ.:ogret' trom GOff. Tacoma: Laura Hauge. Tacoma; most attract!\'e anmIa\s evt'r published m f r ld s a l F'oods ��� l�:': '�;�LJI::'ers plan to meet ,:�:e:� � !��:::;; t����n \�: �:::;l:e��·�:; ��:�I; �::ld�O������:T�:�;· =: ::ha�� ��:�:�. t�E'J�ve� be obtained at occasionally private homes In parkeducation. One ('ourse which she wtlJ Mo.rle Johnson. Tacoma; Ruth John- rich blue leather with th(' Lut.heran l S and to have a few rUllctlon.� IUl1d g!\'e, "The AC'lhil)' Program Ap- son. Tacoma: Edna Kelsey. Olympia: (:oot�f-arlns In gold and scarlet. The 1 'crYSla �:�le �!�k�1 he I O I .s U ,m p im y rm oma . Wa�.ng ton 4267 � :�::���;� e:�� w��!�: ��ro��'�: Tac 1 � � ��� �� �:� �t ::I/ ���P !� :�. g � Tac rru . � :I � . ��ar�:�:s� : a�r�:t�� c;!��; :� �:!�\::rs;' : forts tu acquainting �II the Ireshnlall Joanna Manousos. 'l'aI=oma; Robert The pales of the- book are made ot :.. ................................. ,......"............. teachers throughout tht' state. "'Ith the.older college .students. .paper prtnted with brown Ink. r\1rs. Orimstead L� a member ' of the Mn.rtJn. Tncoma; Sheldon Moe. · ·Bell· rough.buf.r Tht' pictures are unllSually large and Horace Mann Elemt'ntary School fae- Ingham; Evelyn MonsOn, Pirkland; Rbben Monson. Parkland; 'Ben.rum clear. an'd are arranged In a novel man�re to ulty in Tacoma. . Courr.es In ecOllomJCS. education, Myhre. Tacoma; NO\'elle �agel. Jra- ·ner. The pictures are placed Lo"';Rke up English. Pine Arts. �graJlh}". h�!th coma; Valborg Norby. BellllJCtia.m ; most or the page space. and the print· PEOP� E'S STOR E room little Aub\ITn: but O onner. C plcHarold occupies N!f.' Illg The 10 � · SC ' edueaUon. SOCial S(:lences. HbrllT) I_ es. enee. mat..hematlcs, modern language. sbn. Thcoma: Marion Penote. Ta� tures of the raculty and the seniors ....-c---�----J mush::. phHo."Ophy . p5ychol ogy. 3.Jld�scl. coma; Eleanor Raudebaugh. �fcKcnn�i are of tnt- new typt' called haloette, Gertrude Stenberg, Tacoma; Ed..,llIard' ::tJa.�g a nat \\'hlte background that FOT the eott are bf'ing ortt'red. Mt'mbers of the regular faculty who Svlnth. Roy : PrlthJor TaYft. Ta.oofna : outlines the portrait vividly. \\'ij] gh'E' Instnlctlon her? t his summer Bergliot Vogan. P�r�d.. Oregon : This nelll ciffset printing dep�rtment Harold Votaw. Tacoma; Phyl�e. ""as Instal1E'd at Johnson-Cox March w11l bt' named June 8, �:II:� � �1,;�eT the dlrE'clion of Mr.-J. F';)T enrollment the\cost of each se- Tncoma. U 1 . Oil Easy Credit Term.s :'$��:!I��� �:;I���rs�r�� ��=���. �\�;:t�; �l���:r::� 'Each faculty member ha.s tits name .summer session. TIle library let' or t"'·o mann. Spanaway: Hed\1g Dahle. Ne· engra\'ed In gold on 'hts copy or. the I t---"c-----..:..- · tit Burnett', dollars wtl! be cha�d et t.he time of koma. NOrth Dakota: Clyde Grlmst- annual. 60 One hundred and fifty copies extra Dru,gists on l t . p Prescri r"g'lstration ,.('(\t. Cincinnati. Ohio; Arthur Haa\1k. S D e Finesl the of rs Import t rec I Pay I OO Weekly · as ad"ertlslng rna. Room rent In tht' dormltorlt'S for thf' $eaWe: Jasllt'r Johnson. Pirl'steel. ""erl\ printed Norweal.n Cod Liver Oil summer quaJ'U'r is $18.00, and ror one South Dakota; Vern Knul.zton. Bur- terlal during' the building campaign. A . ve �m4 made was term. $10.00. Jlnrton: h'an l..aTsen. 'l'aI=oma; £\'elyn This year"s editorial stall Cor. �e�A n r- c ; M g T d ---''---.l ij= �:�:�� . I *:=========;:t ::�����d: �:�: $e��� ������' :Z�I ':a�:;�� �:�Ellen n ; tt ; n g Co . � John ' Bergstr:om. SlUen. Pnrkland; Fred Sutter. R�late editors: , KODAKS I Portland. KaHTryn Ande�ll. and Harold O'ConUtt.r S....... 0., SI"KWty Tacoma; Sena SWllnson. ' Oregon; Roberta '! orrison. Vernalis, nor. ac;tlvitle.s; Harold Nilsen, boys' LADY'S ELGfN . St e sport6: Elsie Barrett. glris' spori:S: OE'r-. 403 I I th St.. TlCom., Wah 9 1 0 B ROADWA . California. High S(:hool: Alice Boe. Tacoma: Fer· trude Brunner. senior class ; Louise $21;00 I .. .. ":'==�� h n tl m ======= · � �=; .������C��:r:a:�=; e�:; V�=: I,t�� M.�:� �:� :�:::�;:��:�'��-. " :r�:�: �:; ��u� case. rolled-g Nalural ' e ar g h witholdgold· style atest filled We cater to t e lad," i ��dLSO����::��/��a:� ��� �:;:' w� � I�:1 ��::�ut: by : . . band Torrtson. Roberta of consisting Parkland: Charles Leaslt. Mf'tJnklltla. .staff Art's Barber L h nShop Ah1n Le11mann. Pllrkland ' Henrietta O'Nell and Arnold Anderson t:JIIiI, on 11 Alaslt.a:Lundt'. Brookdale Washi ;[!J 1 1 36 BROADW.... Parkland: Harr}' Mc- The business stall e:onslsted or Che.s- . Y� . A ......"....... .....................,.......,....t ...'.....".�' Agncs Cormick. Tacoma; Gerharc1t Pffueger. ler Solie. muna,Ker: Arthur Haavtk. clrd n b m nd ka ::;�� �II=� S=� ��a:� ��:�:�. ::;����I�: :�:!I� � --I• Betty P.rinters . .S tat oners i S\·llre. Parj[land; Bett)· Terry. Sutter. advertlslng ' manager: Clyde Tncoma; Esme:'&lda Ton·end. Berkeley, Grlm51\·edt. Dick Oliver. Lester Holte. Member Uniled Purity Stores . Ei E R 9 JEWELS P I O N";ATIII rnia., e P CAr. 381BR5 Pukl.nd Califo . :�CI:��l �/�:rn ��:�n��:un� 0 MAin 2122 MAN'S WALTHAM 12th 6o .A SI'I. tNTn

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