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fuo(ba\l squ a cb of un\..no\\ n abi.1itr will be viewed b}' th u ..ands oi an �il>llS and curious <.pcdators tomorrow nighl when PLC J.od (he Colli?ge of Puget ound square of: In thl; Lincoln 50\ I ,n 8 p,m, The fans will be anxious {O sce tl� Lutes and [h� Logger renew J Clr annual alhlellc ri, airy. \\ hi,}} an1

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!luAIl) dt:lWS sucn L rgc cro\Vd�, Thrr 0.' (uriou. 0 se ... wh thcl t:llhl1' John Hrinrid" cp" hrad ml'ntor, or PLC'� M�n I rshlll.lO h(. a.n d�,"t'n ",.. hir.h Will h,' OJ ront�ndrr in th,. I-:v.:r�l·r. n (,nf,.rt'nc,' tilk hA5. �t ither It-, III i, lo.1t1r:t1 fE.1m ll, .tandpoint of ITturning lr:ttc:nncn. bUI �OL" haw pickrd Ul1 eol1ll' \uluabl" tr("�hult'n !ld trtIn. r r tud. nts. wTIl

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L ,t Opencr Last Year may slart poundin!! :I\yav on t, In Ill, pi,'l1Ll Tn lhe �<l.mr bU1ldinK Th/." f'iirkL-cud 1>CI}5 till baY'" U,I' "ithou.t tllSlurbin!! each C>Lh�r "Ianl' 35-11 dctt-at, sufft'r�d ut the hand, of socver. aeeordlnlo\ to Pett" Steiro, (on· p" in th,' '("I� 1:'$ 0\1t."n..r I.UL yur, rr ('tOT, lH' h in th e i! miruh, and will � ttle That is Just one of !hl: lIIany ft:a-I for nothl11� le's!; th �n a rcv( rsc d('('lsio.1 turr5 of th� new 8600,000 Chap 1- thh y"ar Uf l'Our r, th,. LugHcr r �rusic-sp,,(,t.:h buildinll; now flcnrinr; still, tinll:ir ft'o It I rl\c slnillill 1U'i�et omplction b)' lh... crews of Steil'9 and Lu th e Gladiators iu basketball Inst 81':\· �on, (l both <1l1tfi ' will h, \'C ,n :td";,'d Han�"" . l!,r:nn.l l contractO '. 9wdl"nts

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Fln.t roorn> to P... made avai lable.

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tropics bas com� to PLC wilh the ,1 rr i\'al of Madani Al'n Ca/imero, til" lUu�i( CjltllrtC1'\ ..... ill I "\lnrlThr- Cd)' of Ihr f rm,d PI.C 3....ial l.Iiria Ba<;cl ione an d Cuol Elaine Brace, all of O:lhu, Her Dr, S, C. Ea'itvol d offici,lU' proof�d witb Johru;- fa m·illt " t i ·CIb ,<"em to b, swiftly di!appl Iring lroml's them to their n 'W home in Ihi:' Northwest (Pholo court�sy Tacoma Tribum:), TOt:!.: woot iuslilutin� ,"atci ial, rriling, IUId t h is Sl'ason Harshman hilS b.r-n floor. \ in do\'/' and door fruml"s 'r� mounted vn pun!tl' nlbtlCl with J:arh door havin,! n seal along th b(JLlOlfl, I h,. rOlJlllS ""Ill be indj\'idlJ..all�' l1�.. l('cl w iLli JIIH'elOr Ex!;itrnc-nt w il l rCl�n .upn'rrll' to· 1�'jJ1: stl'tITII h�iltrrs and H nt i\a. t i on will mil, row mornlnlT:, tilt' frc hml 11 �irh "ho bl' �u p pl ied indj\'idllallr tv I·nel l Il:lthrr at the fish pond to dTal1l it room b�' �'p.1mL du'lS t o 111t' ril� wilh drinkln � I!la��c I kan arld refill roolll to prn'cnt wu.nd iTom lmnlinl/: Roundup Days of '51, thi YClr\ lheme for H o m 'com mg, it in Ih,' ..mlC mann r, ophOlllore� from ne room to anl.llhrl, [Q b� In eYenr predominantly fla 'or ed with rhe Old and fa( ulry 'hJ1'\" fnrg I LO t kl," ad­ Th music library, inslruffic·m &for­ 'v;J It, uutlc, \ \'ant"�� of tht () C Cd age n;;om, band and chllTlli pr.l lic' r�Jring � i x -guns i n stea u of the lradif ional s word and shield, of the male s("tion IT'Qlll tbl." new class, roolll5 nrc !'tad)' except for sandinI!' of JI..1diators w til do batLl with the Central Wasblugton OLh r acti\ ili. S "'rrl," 5poIISoTcd Lhi , the floors and painting. These roollls in t he big grid game. p;,ut WI" for Ihl benefit or th... f h· , <tc 11 thrmr "as <dal' U �hould IIr ready in about three weeks, man <'lass, Student Body Prexy Ih� 'Vildea!s have thei r home according to 5t iro, As �.)nn as Chap!'l wa� di.:.mim:d ,bu " ", which i� lb. land of Tells of Experiences Thr ,'more /Jnw will Ix- required fond�' nlor n in lt, roupt of el r ·1 If""d OWPI'IK" ,lIid '·00 to finish the maiJ1 auditor iUltl , bal· sophorIlol � s awaltC:d their )'oun� ('r irlllen , aom i ROt and Paul At LSA Conference roany and stage. Accoustical ce:iUug rhar�.. � nUlside or [h.. gym for ITl( r ve anofluf\cl"d th(ll r-ommit.md w al l construction will ;1�ur" thr: L ,\rL BroL..k, '''rt h \V'" d Ic"",! , .... v ,.. "" ' 'lUllonin proc"d-u M uch cli, ma}' , will I.,..: parade, Phil Thor· wlw, to t Ir'T with mol'(" tllan 700 stu· was d("monstrat�d on [h!' p:trt "I' tht 1200 pe:c.tators whiclt thc: auditorium fall pu. decor;! lions, J n h n tit llt�, t\lm:nran nd fon·i!':n .1ttl'nd.'d w i l l hold of CXQUcnt sound ( ndl­ 11I'wild"red initial!'), har·h,.,cur, Hau'l John_on, the .•nuual A�hram, Luth�mn Sludent 'rgot srhool tag .. in the \Y )1 liolU, Tudda) th Fro h Wt"tc p wa liz ' I�nl" ITd Iward3, [1172>' ,\�,,}Ciat"r.," 01 A IIICri(",< 7'�){70 feN, the n�\, stagl' will M\? .1 one, ITI 1"'­ in court for their d i sobt-clll'nt" b� slid Ion.; h(",rcl� will he IO\. htld this su.mml'r nl Inlt:rlocktn J 11 d /' J oh n Rydgrcn, and jury curtam 10 x!J feet. Four dramll; of Ih' hOY5 for Ull' Mil'higan, n:POTU. 3 \ ry 51lrr ...&�£ul nl"/IIh.. ,." Bill !\'ciman 00 Keith, Tomns Yo II be" prO\ ided below rh '1315 ZClrs H I.dn� and impitin.!! TI I.' t in add'tion ttl �torage rooms

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Fresll1nen Display Talent For Soph

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PLe Male PopUlation

Takes on 'New Look· Cache your

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Home oll1ing, IIIl'n, and joiu me CDuntless milliom who p r e r C r bards to shaying, Your drort! lie will be: rev..a rdrd, Paul !\rhon WId l aom; Rt1e, HomccOnlint:;' CD­ chairmen, ha",.:: pr om ised \'aLuable priZc<i in all divw!)D.'\ trom prach· fuzz to the long-C!'I Friday c"elling. Octol>c:r 12, Ihr judge,: wiJl rurvcy the <oup-�II'll inc:r.. a nd chin·ticlJ r5 and a;w,ud the l)Til. in the: Student Union.

Richard Sluhlmilll'r and Jinl Jaeger,

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Ix·hind th(' Iron Thr: frot. Wfn· ah 'I'h" lUTe" 310rii' in Ihe fr nl � ('­ properly pun­ 'unain pro\ idl'd ow of the hil\'h1i�l5 Ished for th.. i, conduc in Ir,ulln� Ih' tiolt oi lhe building will how... a 'J£ he ' onf.. r. ",. a1 Ihn· tol of th..11 yell. "Gin: Th .. m the- \x '- to the lobby on the rirst floor, a loungc on nla!lY tlirnruttil'� .. nd h:un\l\Ilo.: ex­ OphOIllOI , la 5, Ih 5tl'Qnd, and th1: Little Chapel 01\ Business Club Plans pl'ri.�\ dunu.:: Ih,. pa.t w',r and lin­ \, all tht:' [roth S5 mbkd fM tlar t.bird., The L ittl-= Chapc' will haYe a �(onlhly hlllehC"oru wer' disr-ll ,ed d r Illf' 1>"'101'111 � 'IDl1IlIlIi I , II" ",IIi h nreular JtalOl:d �la5s pn'wn: wm d o w' al th� unt m�1'lifl of \lpha • . '1ll 1}' '('Old while amblt-r colored ,gill» wind"w� .ambel , \' ,• ., " t'd J1esUo1y . I will pn:widt" light for th

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lL was thou !!!! t that sUlh lWlch tlllll ;h",,1] I� hc-Id in 1m' :un'rnoon so ing It: pI,' will bl! HIpped with a tain· II a til c wit ) cannot Uend tilt' r\ 11 � Ir:d eros, illuminated by tw' nin� lll�rlrn,," will he able to p,lrtid 'nned l� I o ad II g hts, Ch'Imes au,also pl" · P.lt( in till: cluh'l; runctions. A dcci.mel \ ri m, s shoe., \,' re anI .. j· ·w I:f for thl: tower at :. future: da e, �iol" wa, :1.ho m:lrl,' lu nlr:r a noat 'Il" 's ('nl i n l s Hrl'dcd n lhl'i atti ' in thr: Homecomin!\ parnd . VI' rdm'sda)', boys ""cn; requested 0 -- ----Reign Near WI ar Ihrit doth b"ekward, Sit.!n('c· D ol), was I,Ib;cT\·.'d to I lerta'n dtRfn' \[1 Homecomin.,!, ueen pt·tttionB Steen onducts Studies by all freshmc.. mlJ�t b..' in by Fnliay, (') l ober 5, Tonight all thl' frush wiU be:- St'C­ Jl'ron.lin A Bible study in the book of He­ Paul Ariton. TIlt': pi Li. tionrd fo r thL pep r.U1�, A ",onii r g 'J tiom must be: lIi£ned by 50 students br.. w� wi!! bl' onr ur.trd in th ' Friend·

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Ihtll1l' .....a!I r:arriu:l out ;n p.J.�eaf)tr, spcrchci hy ou�tanchnR. churrhml'u, through srmin.u disfWSioll ,roup lnd Bible ho urs Th{' ronfrrcnc(' was ,n\('ndl�c by the sophomores, the� demand pt:!J Inci and subrn:itlC'd h}' the petitioners to- !h ip rI)()!lJ :l! T r nity Luthdan ..hurch 730 �ludrn15 from th e L'n Led S tall·!. nth usla�rI1 frpm all the f�hmer p.m, geth r witb 0' ' ,julian. to Art Bro. t'vc:r�' W l'dnl'sda y e ....eniD� at 7:30 and I � Con i�1 cOLCntrir '. he Bihl<- �.. sinn- will be It'd b) R.'\, back, Paul Ariton or "'aonLi Ro(', DIRECTO R Y CARD'J :\0 student mDy 5i� morl." ln3Jl one Str:!"n and ::lI1yon� interested J� u�d

"Ilt show is also planned for the ,�l • tudent directory ' ! ·s which han , a turda}' ni la, not been turned in b studcnts, must Sunday w ill hr' a day c)f e t, with be r.OInplelt:Q and T1"tUf ed thi ",r'e],; S'J)Ceial c hu r c h scrvices conducted hy All carcl3 may be taken o::ithc,r to tht I Dran's office or tb .. Registror's oHice, I alumni !he only .c, ('(jul('d activity.

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A reasona Ie amount vf Wt:dneday n i � h � marked the: fin t ing and advertising 15 r q 'ted by session for th" year wllh !CSSIO 5 to be: dd continueci It th :lbO\ e tim.. ..aeh th" Homrc ming C4 mmi u r:e to week, intere£t to the act"iues

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ARTWORI OF 'SAGA '51"

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SPORTS EDlTOR........

Letters to the Editor

Anim als Inva de Girls' Do rmito ry

lit,\<· 10 h,. limil"'\.

Tbe first i�<;u .. of the .I IOOR J G .vIAS, this ye�[ marl s the beginning of lhe fifr),-eigi1lh y ar al Pacific Lutheran '--ollege. 'bny changes have taken phc� during [hose rears. "1 ho: ,mph., is Monson New Manager ha chang�d frolll Ch:tl of givi n g lementary nnd high s bool tr.1in­ At Col lege Cou rse ing ta immigr.1nt student 10 lhat of I cl;.omins one oi rhe most oumanding liberal arts collegec; in {he COUJ1tn Vbl r Jnd mino r5 re given in many fields of L '.lrning. Some 01 tbe hrigl I- t ri,;ll Co. rll Vol ( col [, r!" t(ulf ('''J 1,(' e. fines! minds th a L come our o f higb ·ct ools. as �'c!l as [[,1115- Tl1:mil�n- and [I' rb.lps a miniSll"!" in {as from other i ns ti r u L i m are with �s tod y. th .. futurt -that'o thr' n I'd of t ,"IEnrollmcnrs have gone up Jnd down. Eve tho u gh many a id Monson. !leho Is ha\ suffer� great losses in the stttdem mrollmcnts, Pa­ [Ollson ::lIsa h:ls ·.!Clod m'WS for becific Lutheran r:oIlegc still nu m b e r s m o r e L h a o 700 Sl.udents on llinniru: Ilf 1f('1\ v. ;Ih :' t IllS, [or IlO\'

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nod tlt� actual h uil t.lin'!5 of O'Jr ,d.'Ju/. in lhl' \ dd n 'l lou I _� I TIl< Suff-d.L,f,." rqlr�s!"nLS th" i r girls domlitory her campus. )('(,5 plannNi bv Lhl' n anal;t'ua'nt in Pl.lfl · fo the I (Jmjn� ...hool "'0 SlII' ri fin' a. nd lhr l1ombl.,. lin'\ tb"} the gr\:at­ tb,' futl.rr'. 'J b� clas, will be an· were lI'ljU i lCd 10 live bd/Jtt IIt,:ir Dunng the [jrSt d ays of this semester. we h:I\'1" \,,'r" dl5Cm� ! ilnd d t'ciJ� d u 'st hapl'l attendance we have ev r had. n n�1! red oil d latr-r ;ldditio dl'l'am� wt"re murk :'('al and our sell,)( I tit. I(roup. Spl'dal aul;vitie, fur 11 Not wirhst andi n g all the changes for or for w rsc. t here the i.(olf (our" IS .1,SO <1•.l l «1 for �r\ ""':\5 nt,uk what It IS tOUil)·. 'Ollln� wr:k nd Wl'Tl' aho pm. is one pbcE' where we have made no change. "Pa c ifi c Lutheran coune 1'<11 impro'. pnlt"nU. The. {la!srs: Tht pat h way or milr stonr wt:'l!, r.\, n,lliou;11 Spur ell College seeks to dis ov L f os ter and implement the t raditio n a l ruano6·'1 r·xprrts to orgnlll7c h" h (If n' h tll . at is SIJi(IH's cd by sculp- :lnd pins arri"ed tlli w('l'k :'Ind t d obJectivc� and tee � njques of the liberal arts college and to de';' lop boys and gill� 1!olf t('am� r(lr t: !I1fJe· (llrtd vmhol". Tit. in t'·rpr(·talion is dislnbutr'c\ ;)1 th. mee t ; n !'" b,' <l Cbri [ia n philosophY that will Jct u.) [ i.ze it molto. 'Budd fo:- tition 'IntI r�rr.,.ation 111 roopClral;<>n 3 i mpl y Lhis, from fll·shrn;u. lu !.<c' n iur, "fOUP trt::lSlld H rmina �f .�,.. har3W?r', " witb R h o da YOUIH( and ".'fnrk . all' :lnd on lU btllid lb,· worlel (now und"1 !! i llnirl� ntxt .... (·k till" fLqu:r�J Christian higher educ a t io n la's claim La aiding in hnding /lIan. u"ifonns wdl 1.t<: worn by all lilt! �{Ol1'()I1, who IS �lto a sopncruor.,. rlh'" way into a more ab\lnd1nt life. It I m part s kno w le d ge. p r o­ , n "ad. Studrnl B dy day. duces c u l tu re, and molds char3cter. It fits men f or the h1tg� t. lull­ t1a.s UH rnllt"), and hi,: ,"Lfr' H !ton 110\'" c�r. Jnd noblest hvmg, The c. scm of �UCCeS� is found i n s)-stemati.:: Ll\O som nnll on<" dollghLrr. liMll :n

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R E PORTERS-] <xmne Poencet, Phyllis G rahn, Joyce Gt'nz,

Kvj l1 g �, De lm'cs Hagevik, Ernest 1m,

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QUE liON of the WEEK

Fi\e n,'\\· Spur mrmlx'Ji ... rn tllIe' opholllor,. w (ion thl6 WIC' k by th r " i lL " !'D tapTiI'd \a,! sprinll. The n w d:lt,� "''1'te � I" f It·d 'Y t mODII: tilt· frNihm.. n 1roll1 "r:1r Spu rs, l ncludr d i n the l i, ( we! i . \' rl' p l a c,· �·' :l tlt'ndi n g PLC Ihi ,-----! II nrlt Fo s , Kathy Eide, J unn ", i. J ul ia Bcna ik"lS, irom T. li S . ' 1:' . ' Wh at wo u ld YOll t h i n k ab 'Jut l'n p(' n, l r�rl<' Han on a nd :\/lna L llan i a . R,C ).T.C. iJnI r on tlJ� PL P par:ltions fur dl< c ampus ? rOil Julia W .IS born in :\"ow mber, 1 92 , Don HcCl.y: \\, , 1 1 , it mif,(h t �y- (,ka y will b arrangl:d hy j oyce' GCru, 1 and lin'a in Li thuania u n t i l I 1 � 1-1- . At if i t s w( nn' t cOlllpulsocy : bu t, nut f,;r pre ldt'l 1 ,)f tbt SpUC5 Otb�r t h a t ti m.. the R e d s had hl" r sta tioned Ine, l et: nI<:mbel9 ....'ill be chost ' ill . I n ;I displaced pt!f5l0ns·' ("'tnlp I n (jt!r� Je r ry Sh� rfds: Okay o n a \ u [ un ta r y d..·H f' . U th t:r H mecolTli nl( JnW ma ny, wher ' . he rema i n e d unti l 1 9 50, w ill I", lakCD u n.. b y the j u l i boardc'd th,' ' h i p, b�si �- 'o u C � h Ik i n o r o u t If you From tion , but h . G" l1<Tal 1 aylor, as a DP an d a rrIved I WIs . decided, Marvin Bolland : V" ,C)' "OM idt-a . in New York n i ne mont h s ago .

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Dr. Easl l.)o/d : H Paci fi c l . u the ran C ol lege dOI?� 've r y r h i n g de· Cent! ' and in ord e r , t h is can and w i l ! be t he fi nest year in f i f t )

for ti1(' h e l p o f )"I is. r..l a rv H uth . a friend of hn oldt-r brOlhlT " ' orln', " 3 rs. who g!''ldullt..cl iroul PLC in 1 '15 1. Pa,� lor r O�I 01<0'-' : The \V o � l d ' s grc a l c s t Dl'<'d i� educated C h r i s ­ 'Vhrll ask<-d wha t ,he tuou 'l t of rion Ic.ldershi p, \) h a r W e see t o d a y m u s t be a n' 5 tl l t o f non ­ tl1<' Pa rk la nd (' htool, julia " nth si" Chris t i an I l'ad('r,\ hip. We m u st get Cb r i s t l :: n i t y p l u s b ra ins-a ua l tir:,l J � Yrplicd, "It' . ju.t " wond lTful for G d w i (h k now ledge. , r!acc, I f s a p la e'(' wht:f(" I f'U T� )!I' t ' s ' som e 1)('' ' '' " f!' r tn:t\'d in� arou nd ,0 Pastor Su n ; DI�a s [ er a l w a y s a t t e n d s negkct. H u m a n n a t u re I. lnuch ." o snscc p rchlc lo neglec t. Julia wa� nflt worrird auout fr. sh"1-10\\ sh 1 1 w-: esc.1 pe . if w e n�glect so g re a t a sa l vation ' ' God man d:lsh d. " , � > in E uropr . h l l(h .3Ulhor<'J thcs.: vord s : He g iw us m l'ssa g e after m e ss a ge on t h i s l.c hool s tudrnt, :U I ' n o t a llo vl'd tu ( Il me. Back o f t h is w' a rn i n g i s t he r ad i nt l o\'e of God . C l orious W('ar any mnkn<p :u,d th e i r h " i r mu s t is rhe reS It i e acce pt the salvation , but how shall we e scape b, · perfrnly �t ra.ilil;ht a t a l l time :; . if we nC4?,l e c t � o grea t a salvation � • . Ill ni (':I !1� a � ' s o good hearted I t i� an ev er presen t d : w ge r to n e g e e l . Is there n e g l e c t of pray r a nd lIlakr (.i l nds so <''' ily," I'ernark,'d grace : fel low sh i p with God ) I-Iavc vou neg lec te d God's means o f "lin . "LuIope :t ns usua l l y lJan: o n i y J �h a t abou t S u n d a ' s � Therefore . rh� w h o le. ( Il a chi n g a n d preach ­ orw 1 1'011 friend . .�\JI1M'i c a ns >("'�ll tv I ng of th�' Ch t1 � t i a n C h u rc h . fo r we n eed a l l [he help t hat God Ita' , sud, d c r p f t' i n l!'! in tl t,. ; r h ('�rt < ives I n tb l: mea n s of gr acl! a n d the f l Io wsh i p o f the Cburch. [or pth,.r".' " na<" ( J I l t r I n l I " t i n � d i f'·"· (1 e ,·, h i .s pre cnls a n 1)r. J, P. Pt hn'(li!r ' "\Vi l l yc a l so .2.0 awa y , ' .I u l i,J lIOI tl ohl)ut th.. 1 . � . " ,. r, t i,. t lov s I t rre� ' n L {h� l ib,'rty of S;(vior' l . [l'rl'st i ng ritturc of o n h"bh, '( x w' n w ' P , x lt nsi\ I y . In ' ;t chUd of uod III Ihe � n gdom of God. \' I n , I 1m t " " o to h i s !� rd I� l o\'c .l n d frl!t E l l ' pt·, h . ':C "}

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which will � undemy jamboree featuring a skit some of: the ; more ' humo�,· of .!.he coUe�J. hi.�orY-: Harry' kactler ai' CloVer Park, i. oonaltma: alum. to ta"'�' part. 1)Ie «Iebration \�'ilJ end 00. a' sf:rir;: itual n�te .SuncJay morning at I I .when Dr. J. P. POueier deliwn the' lermon at Trinity. Lutheran. At this service, the Ch!)it of the Welt will make' it. fint appearance of the �ason. Under the:. direction of Jphn Ryd­ e whole c.ampul will take on gre , aranee of a dude ranch, com­ the plete ith rustic wooden·signs, a wild� cat corral and hitching posts. Between evenu. there wfll be open house. Mefllben of Blue Key (for­ me:rly .Tawali) will , conjiuct toun through tht_ �ew cluipel-niusie;Speuh . .

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irl" Each class voted a . . � a girl for boy as .prexy " and likewise The:' cOftHd"tion will be a future of . Several eon�rt appea�nces are b=- secretary. the Thea� Night program being pn� ing plann� by M�. Frederick Helping se:nior c!a.1S prexy, Jim Gib�ented by (:urtain' Call Club, which full-time vOice and organ tn- IOn, run the aIfain - pertinent to ·the will include threc"onc�act plays. The structor, �or th ne: r future. Mr. fourth.year studenu are two bop and � � fint, "Alma Mater," will get under· Byard Fntt�, .plano Inst�cto:, will two girls. Vice.president � is El1)ie way at 7:30. Also 'to be presented on aeeompany Mr. Newnham In hiS pub- Templin; writi.Dg the minutes will be . the Student 'Union stagl": will be "Thl": he performances. Secretary Hazel Johnson; Treasurer ._ Valiant." The October concert for. the Arts Jobn Leming will handle the: purse Stan Bore.on, gl":nial Scandinavian� at the V.W.C.A., which strings, and Mildred Foege will rep­ . . dialect musician from "KING-TV, will M35t is will be open .to the public, has been ment the cbss in Inte:r Club Council. This iIIue of be introduCl":d by Art Broback, ASS The senior officen hail from bt:iI?g mailed. to IOIDe 1,200 .Jl'"&'b ·to eancc:.lled ,until January, according to PR'xy. Grl":�tings will be brought by help spread the word aboui: Den week­ Mr. Newnham. eompleie: in{ormati,)n ver. Colo.; Pu�up, Wash.; Bill Ramstad, alumni chid. Prius will regarding the public pertonnance will cortes, Wash.; Vancouver, Wash.; and ead's gairies. be awaE;.dl":d for thl": !>Cst �,ards.  ----�----�- l be given at a later date:. CbeWelah, Wash., liste:4 in the same An evening program for the 1)igma oNer as above. building' at 9 3.m. and 5 p.m. Satur- j ph;a Iota group' is also o� the schedD�Ie: "Spide:r" Keller, an alum of �I Anlo JIIssortment of slCyr ockets and day and afte:r church on Sunday. The ule for N �ber 28. "I:.h� comp'lete Queen Anne high school in Seattle, women's h.onorary. SPUD, aerial': bombs has been ordered from · latet .. will guide the junior activitir:a... �: Progt"8;Dl will be announce� taking orders for mum corsages. Zebra Firework! ··to lend color . ,-������, ii.ang_hi. mare._ViCe-�t ""••",,,,, -- . ••._"-­ Invitations were. 5e:nt tarlier this L .�So� !� --- � noile � the.' �t:�� . �p raUy� haVt not been �, 6u.t Mr. Newn�· Wash.; resses il to 1,200 grads w ose add bonfire behind the gym tmmediately e o�r �Jt and part· Allen, Renton,. W�., se:cretary; Dave . � �el the filts. The 250 blact and after the plays. Coach Marv Hanh� e m c hope mus ctOrs v P�rt Angeles; , from '? o Kent, treasurer. I 1,:,,� orange bumper strips ha,,·t �� . man is rehea.ning a volley' of two-lY.t IOt� �e new sou � d�p�f stud.os!nd Inte:r Club Council repre:se:ntativt,Ro.n distributed, and posttrs have: words to fire at the crowd. prachce rooms thi s commg wttk. Reule, Hftlsboro, Ore,.;, . lJoyd Eastprinte:d for the: sides of aU 'racaThe alumni will return to the Stu� COuncil rep� mn, Bremerton, Student The Tacoma News Tribune . dent Union for .an informal cofCe:e: =<ntative. run a two-page 'Pr<ad ;", the hour afte:r the rally. of ongi.naton class, sophomore The The Lutheran StudtnU Associati� Home:coming, probably next ThursMain pie:ce de resistance: on the: will sponsor a Bible nudy fonowed the freshman ' court, probably waged day or Friday. Saturday ' morning schedule .is thc . . .. icen In keeping with the wrolttm the:me, by a dinne:r and .mixer this .Sund..ly, at die cI�t race for .off third annual "Powderpuff Bowl" clash quisitionen" revoted for every ' e"'erybody is urge:d to dress informally, 5 p.m. between t!:ae DRC ;C'alloping Girdles Me:r.nben are a�ady ��\::ng f?r-.. on� and. to� d�term.ine the: .winn�n particularly �n Saturday, when and the DPK Bruising Busties for the . , :t boy grou will be espeCLaU", �ppro- ward to the' regional retreat Oct.. 19, secretarY and I.�.C. �presentan\'1! . 1951 �eminine: grid chafI!.pionsi)ip. A _ (Coll:tiitued on Page 4) 20 and 21 at Camp Wyeth. priate. • . gridirion will 6e: marked off on the . greensward betwee:n the library and thel'cience hall. . According to Phil Thorliefson, the round-up parade will leave the: cam­ pus at 12:30 p.rn.. moviqlJ-downtown via Pacific Ave. A special feature this year'l procession will bt­ tingent of hones from the Riding club, which will join - rade at the Union De:�t. The and her princesses 'Will ride in a . deco�ted ca,:ri.�.. Betides 'the than two dozen floa(S �ntered ' " ',', "triou. -dubs- and __ �"'_,'''''O, " t �omic __ . -bt a num�r o

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To Alma Matet P.L.e. . As the last nOfes of the fig t song float ac �oss t e gridiron nostalthink Will .. P.L.C next Saturday. yon. the alumni of gically of Gladiator games witnessed during your days at Pacific L u theran. This trend of thought will expand. and faces and events of other days will come to mind. For a time. long forgotten events will be as "only yesterday." Once again you will be one of {he gang roaring your approbation of the team.

If we. the present students of Lutev.ilIe. are capable of instilling this feeling, w e shall deem tnc 1 9 5 1 Round-up Home coming a success. I t is your homecoming. The Round-up Days commiuee, s�ud('nts and faculty. have worked unriringly to make {hiS the finest celebration ever. A . iJUU program has been planned. with a maximum of en ent for everyone. Such ('vents as the football game and tertai the half-ume card stu·nts. the coronation. the Sunday worship service, the · · Powderpuff Bowl." {he barb("cue. the parade. and the "ramble . · ' ca't)not afford to be missed. We hope you·1I haw such a good time you'll want [0 come back again.

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Cb�rlotte La Qua: Good grief, I'm communitil':S in an atlas ; Rand Mc(or it. JUIl 10 they can sing. Nallr-y hasn't hr-ard of theim, either! First' Tenor: Erne,t Johnson, Fort John �7dp-eD: t'm certain that. such Shaw, Mont. ; . Vern B.rownson, Del 'a g.roup would be hi.Khly inspira t onal .

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yell that added spirit at· the gamr-s. It's h=ally .-Al\Rther nt'w member was added to a good idr-a. Paof.if� the n f�culty last week ll : It should add spirit Doll EUe i n.1he person of Mr. Ural HoHman, .to our games and likewi� a littk � who will teach journalism. color. . Mr. HoHman is well qualified to Br:v Allen: The more pep leaders a . . H r · d s t school has, the more enthusiasm a ;::��I y s��a�:� tl�e J: J :;:a;:: de-e team and the...studenu will show. Murray Martin: It's a fine idl':a. J think it wou ld hdp PLC's "pep" <,;onliidrrably . . How.ard W orle : A grl':.'lt idr-a. It'll saw the army irom coming out and �i\,jnl( the chr-r-ring section some pep, Bob Marvonek: I'm all ror it, ('�pt"('ially if they wr-ar short skirts. tnga Astrup: It'! a wondr-rful idea. Why not for Homecoming ? It adM·a ' . 1· lot! Bob Sorenson:· A grl':at inspiration I to ('veryone and it will certainly arouse tn · h h oI S ad · _ �:: �::�ed o� ::: 5���fs S:l ���i �: morr- enthusiasm. Ken Johnson: It sounds likr- a good newspaPers an<Us now editor of th(' hdped to build up en· bas It plan. R('tircd TeaChers: Journal. thusiasm at a lot of other colleg" ' t hr- a uthor· Se"era I text books eIaIm why shouldn't it work hrre' · I 5hIp f M ' r. H�ffm�n. Twoo 0 them Bill Waddell: It sounds · good' and f d M r ng :�� ' c '.��� m��· t �c �� ::b�� desen.·(,! a- try. f i (, s ar V Dave Roc: Such a group would and ' Studl. nt :"Jewspapcr Manage. add t rrmendously to thr- band's rnl':mment.� ('specially at thr- games. Ix-rs, H(' will also be- adviser for the Bev Seipp: I think girl songleadr-rs MQOring Mast staff. a� a very good idea. They would certainly add a lot of pcp, especially . g('nster-n, Seattle: Lois Dirkr-s, Fair- at Homr-coming. . field, Mont.; Mary Ann Pfeiffer, Portland, Ore. ' First Alto: Shirlyanne Sandin, Ta­ coma; Mary Olson, Parkland; Faith Bur-hman, Tacoma; Evangeline Rimbach, Port Ao�dl':s; .Mary Ensberg, Oct. �·Westem aJ: Bdlingb'Dl (N) Spokane: Elainr- Sr-thre, Portland , Oct. IS--·Ccntra) at Tac., 2 p.m. Orr-.; Gwr-n Havey, Twin Falls, Idaho. ( Homecoming )

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Coming tne iarrhr-st distance will be ' its Silver anni"�rsary sealon w i t h the party from Goodnl':", Mr-. Oth"r David Knuuon as prrsident; Arnold ddegations are anticipatl':d from Oola, Gregerson, vice-prt'sident, and Mari· Iyn' S c hwe r i n, 5ecn:tilry�tn:asu �r. La.; Shatx'ir-u, M�.; Income, Texas; They wen: e1e('t� last week to lead Coca.Cola, ·Colo., and Prailt, Ala. · . Also Tin: Kans.; Urani�m; Ore.; the group. Ga, Ga.; Onr- Million, B. C.; Deathly, singers hail from eight dif· The 1-11.: Prean, Conn.; ·and. of coune, re�nt states and the territory of Ha­

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Pacific Lutheran's Gladiators have bc:.�n working hard this past week in PuyaUup. . GIen H uIIman, who had his ' tramp�paration (ot the trip tp ""�Iingham ."", tomorrow night, wbere-tIley will meet ing at Lincoln, is now going into his r year nd e �mend sl: s t r o n g 'Western the llOw and lack. S year he Ig fel ow won a l -conas IOgton 1 k lOgs.

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Coach Marv Harshman has been hind pim he should be a top signal c I i t drilling the Lutes hard on both of, caller. fensive and defensive play in the hope against Whitworth, he should receive Billings, who was the team's best that his boys will again e out on the honors again this year. � pa� defense . man last year, was moved Another Lincolnite .who i!> �xpecte� t1l top in a tough ball ga e. ...... . of to bolster the line is Chuck Gowdy. from halfback to quarter because The Vikings' big advantage lies in Four years ago, he won an all-city lack of depth at this position. ' their number of. returning lettennen Puyallup, at 150 SwaDson; Art pollition for Lincoln; and the size of their forward wall. t boys �n PLC has received from Puyallup, pounds, is one of the smalles. According to information received, via one Yloar at WSC, the squad, yet with his drive and fight Jim Ball, who

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Taco�a's liquid ,unshine seemed drive and sheer power were displayed to dampen the "s�rk plugs" of the by our �.rs.last Saturday than at any Whitworth machine, but.,.eave life to previous,J,ime this year. the Lute eleven. Roses should be Sent to' eVery one Only eight minutes of .the first of the 200 sPectators who - atte'ndi=d . 'quarter had elapsed when Fullback the rain-drenched game. 'WhitworTh AI Fink cannon-balled his way right rooters shov.:ed up 1-7 st�ng. Here's. through the center of the Pirates' hoping P[:'C has a better' showing th'an ,'gun wall" for the fint touchdown. tbis tOlQorrow night. when the Lutes.:' Fink's conversion kick was blocked travel to Beliingham -.where theY wiii and ttif icore st9Qd 6-0, PLC out in tackle the Western Washington Vik­ front, f� t?��:(of the half. ings.

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Not too much info has been learned

concerning the Vikings, but this much

is certain. Any te

that can bowl � Eastern over 59-Q.,.ftfust have plenty

on the ball.

Most prognosticators will f a v 0 r

Western two to: one, . but your sports

editor will stick to "Harshman's boys."

I'll even venture a prediction of the

score: 1 3 - 1 2 in favor of Pacific Lu­ therall Col�e.�e .

Chips

Have you noticed an unusual num­ ber of freshman and sophomore bOys

walking with a limp or complaining

of sore muscl�s lately? We have, and

all a result st'\fted making an investi­ fullbac," sparked the team all the way gation as to the cause of the situation. with his powerful drives. By process of elimination it was final­

one on the injured l s t. Quarterback F r a n k Karwoski's shoulder is report('dly in good . shape and Gkn Huffman proved in last Sat­ urday's game that his leg is in top condition once more. "The Vikings ha"e a tough tt'am," admits Coach Jiarshman, "but maybe it's about time they had an u psrtl"

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of Frank

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the Swanson a better tube of "plate ce­

they ment" so he won't have to worry

were for'ced to "go down with their about losing his choppers again. ship" to a tune of 13-6.

Remember Homecoming!!

Dorm and Day Girls Train H.re Homecoming Bowl ' Contest By Joanne

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ability will be viewed by thousands of Girdles las.t year, fresh in their minds anxious and curious spectators a week and will settle for nothing leu thall from tomorrow, Homecoming, when

a

Bowl at 10 a.m.

pected to'win by a 30-point margin.

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the Galloping Girdks and the Bustling dorm girls arc detennined 10 set a Bustles round off in th(" Powder Puff three-year record and they are ex­ The fans will be anxious to see the

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th� Day girls renew playe d 0(( a T·formation and built

their annual athletic rivalry. They will

around tentative backs: Norma Borg:­

be anxious to see whether Bob Ni,.l- ford,

Joanne

Swartnvalter, · Hennan

Myer, Katherine Biery, Marceil Fink and Joanne Freeman.

The DRG girls have elected Mary Helen 'Simonson as co­

Olson and

captains and are planning

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J:heir forward wall should

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to the spectators.

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M�reeil Fink� who sustained knee' in;

juries during scrimmage. but with their. 21.3 pound fsyorable� resulu.

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made that Announcement has Donald Eastvold, prominent local attorney, has been elected president of t h e Lutheran Brotherhood of t h e South PUg'et: Sound circuit of' the Jvangelical Lutheran church, an organization including all BrotherhQOd groups between Seattle and Vancou­ ver, Wouh" and west of the Cou�des. Eastvold h.as. served. ou president of the Brotherhood of Trinity Lutheran church at Parkland. Son of Dr. S. C. £outvold, president of PLC, and Mrs, Eastvold, the young man is a graduate of St, Olaf colle'Be, Northfieldl Minn., and received ' his Bachelor of Law degree from the Uni­ venity of Washington.· Upon being admitted. to the barl he served for a time as assistant prosecutor of Pierce county, th.�n resigned ' to open his own law firm, now Goodwin, Eastvold and Hicks, .with offices in 'Tacoma and Parkland. He wou choS("n as "man of

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tb;rd ballot wa' n«mary. Final count of tite ballots .:;h""·f"O Invitations have been accepted by PLC's Director- of Public Relations, Rich Stuhmiller, Reardon, Wash. , n , E\'­ Roy Olson, for a 'number of addresSC'!l wielding the gavel; Joh"; Osbu r th!' during the coming weeks. As .the erett, is vitt-president; rccording grad Mooring Mast goes ,to preS!, this is minutes will be Jud{' Bargman, a of West Seattle higH school in Scan!.-, the schedule: and keeping track of the class finanfc� will be Janet Canon, Los Ang-cln, Calif, Joyce Genz, Portland, a nd Man Fink, Odessa, will represent the soph� . in I.C.C. and Student Council, r," spectively. Embarking on their first yr-ar at PLC, the freshman class will carry out their activities under the leader­ hip of O. B. Fjelstad. In the event of his absence, Carol Brace, vice-presi­ dent, will take over. Secretary Mar· ciel Fink will do the recording work. Tuesday, Oct, 2-No. Puget Sound Larry Andt:rson, tre�urer; Karol

Kvern, I.C.C. rcpresentativej Peter representaSunday; Oct. 14-Ballard First Lu- Luvaas, Student Council tivc; complete the list of first year theran, Seatde. _ Thursday, Oct: 1 1 - Mary Lyon executives. -----�P·TA. Tacoma. . Sunday. Od. 2 1-Central Luther� ' an, Spokane. Friday, Oct. 18-Snohomish Coun� ty School Administrators and Tcach . I W.M.F. at Bellingham,

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student out here. She POinted. out teachers must teach on their p�ferrej t�1 ou w�lI ou a lesser preferred iC'\-ei. This is so that they will ' be able to fulfill the �uirt"ments of the "Provisional General Certificate" now being issued by the state of W�shington, which qualifies a teacher �o teach any gr de from 1 through 1 2 , a Thirty-five student teachers, 23 whose preferred level is uDior or sen;or h;gb ,chool and 1 2 ;n the demen· tary level, are now assign� in the New officen of DPK were elected Tacom..3., Clover Park, Fife, Bethel and Sunday, Sept. 23. They are Marilyn Franklin Pierce districts, Lunde:, vice-president'; Nan A8gesor. secretary; Judy Bargman, treouurer; and Wally Spitznagle, ICC represel!­ latiH, The mt:eting was called by Presi­ For A limited number of ticket! to Ta­ 'dent Margaret Lucas, who was tlect­ coma's Community Contert series is ed last spring, Also elected were Helen Huswick, still available to pic students. The . . ducats, at a speCial price Of $3.85 for social chairman; Norma Barghard, fire . four concerts, may be obtamed from cbief, and Hermina Myer, assistant . fire chief. Gudrun �es:J �onmng,

Sales in the College Coffee Shop ---ioared during the heated three-game aerie. between . the Giants (Editor's note: The Giants won the . National 'leaguc pennant) and the Dodgen (I think thatts 'the name of the other team ) . Th� Wednesday afternoon, Knutson was w h e n Manager , gloating over the upsurge in business saw visions of his profit! disappearing into the afternoon mist, as every· booth rocked, cups and dishes rattled, and books banged on the floor, What happened ? It was only the New York fans celebrating the Giants' dramatic • entrance into the WDrid Series. De. spite the three hectic days, Boll says The series will open Oct. 31, whcn the Coffee Shop will still be open the famed Robert Shaw chorale, 32 after all school social events and e,'el'y men and wowen singers accompanied evening until 10 p.m. by a 20-piece orchestra, will be pre\ Offices Get Faces bilted sented at the Temple theatre. In addition to the newly paint�d ' Following concerts will be given by Saga office, two more offices in the Mona Paulee, mezzosoprano; Jorge Student Union building will soon have Bolet, Cuban pianist, and Marina bright, shiny faces, more conducive S"etlov, ballerina. to work. Soon following suit will � tbe Mooring Mast and student body ------- -----hangouts. close decision to a socttr ball in his For the Boys gym class lout week and also lost part During the 'ihree-year existeucc of of hi� shin-bone. , Now Larry plays Kappa Rho , Kappa, Greek club, only with a cast from hip to tOC'. two of the members ha"e been females. Prediction of the Week The select two are Mrs. Lois Ahrens, As I close this first edition of the '4', and Ruth Hanspn, '50. PACIFIC PARADE, here is my gridTough Break iron prediction or the week: MOON Larry Andenon, freshman, 10� .a O'''ER MIAMI.

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Fuli approval of the name�ange given by the facultY and a hugt

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of

the edifice, beanng the name " Ivy IbU." In kecpi"ng with it, ivy will be 'planted around the base of the hall

ilillned iately. - aeeording to Phil VaNick. Further landscaping will

E......t i. 1946'

also be done to beautify the surround· ing area..

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'mgD- ov.r PLC when' tho' three of thl' royal­ cOUrt take over FrjctJ.:revening at trald.':lOI.al -coronallon. The be crowned by Neil repteSentativt and'' , PLC student.

�ibi1ity

The �cr;,�, and aU its res

will rest . this Year. upon the gleaming red c::uris of Naomi Roe, daughter of

R.�v. and Mn.· Reimer R.oe of Park. lattd . .Supported by -tne admiration. and gOod wilhrs or her subjects, the­ will recdve the official sceptor before a crowd of alumni, students, faculty college friendl.

The building was brought to PLC ampul and erected in the mer of t 946 as a part of the ment education program (or

Its 18 rooms .house a total of 34

dents and the adviser, M'r. Offi�n of the group ate: Phil Varvick; vicc-president. Carllt�m; treuurn, Duane Tolld-

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Coach Ha�tuDan' has �"n �o�king ha�d. on ,his ·':grO'ind . fOlu:" .

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the same }rea:tment the';Vikings.

ceiveci laat ·�eek.

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tion which could weI} give

n i g for a strong-armed

but their largest threat �ems to be "in

the running department ..

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scarce and. as a result a feeling of

anx­

iety has arisen on tbe campus which

will only be relieved when the final gun sound. tomorrow aftcmDOn: Sptctators can- look forward to

last week agaihst Western.

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Art Sw�n, Fnok Karwosk;, Ron

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John Waldorf, guard; .BilI Wad� deIJ, tackle; Glen H,uffInan, c:o:nd. and

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Doug McGrath, guard.

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. Of the� four .all but Waldorf art Lutei a� favo� suited up ,tomorrow to win by many� espeCially PLC expected to be afternoon. .... . ' ,alUJDI and 1�Ck:nc,. re.pe<bV"ly. If - the GladiBton take Central, it IDjUriel� however, may make this . mpUsh . In will leave only Eastern , Washington hard for- t1J.� Lute". to aeco the' Lutes arid the scrimmage -earlier this week, four of and CPS between C�nferenc� title. . _ "�D�'.boYl·! we� injured. They E�e"g.reen

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According - to nave Netvig, there :a'n: reporter openinga Itudcnt who has had' any 'jou:�til( cxperien�. �k.ing on the M. M. •taf! are ".oct:· .Portl �ri.ten. _ . """7\ .. , ,"or th ,tudenu who 'J I' . • to w�" ..,d " ._ 10 h d . �D � : . �� .", . iag �1I th� tntc�ted In . �lp , th :"1__ C papc�, p� ", D � �ye o the itaIf �g � be held MOGday will night at Moo..u., Mut:-offiec.

sunUncr '(as spent . i.n Hawaii attending' the Untvenity of Hawaii. In 'betWeen blumes abe idmiu that she took hula 1euons dunn; her .lay I . ' : ': , in �e I �anon,-l�ft.. the J,�: � p�,. on June t� and returned aPin bYptane . the middle of - August � sPeil<i'-. va�tion in Portlaftd,befare te�' to lCbool. Accoidiag ': rb 'MU:� wai .• very exciting vaCation and her' .iltet were the ODiy OD.' . .,�. • �rtny· ·. POit which ....

�1ands. '

'':'to� . · 'e;,;:u'b",."I' � 5;000 ......

come to

.' . princeu a hazel e� . .m joring -in the fieldo.of Biol� "" . ' of �r, buJY . aca. . tched.ule .he ,t&tcI have" ame for" any o.. ..w< of . cIaM .b•

5-ft.," 4-.in .• .1 12.�

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PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE. FRIDAV. ocTOBER 19. 1 9 S 1

Plans Nearl,­ Registration

blanks

in

to attend

d

al

situation

possible

sc:n.aton and a

th

Ch i r

W st r hr-arsais han'

�... n

i

rom

hrld In th r

II

S.HTaJ months . to f , sh ma

pe-sokd !.hoes . c�

wiJI be aJlowni

the flooc.

the

of

r

m: �n"

Bill Rie h , dire'ctor of the congrt:u, announced t he namN 0 f t

h

as

d.lI;e5 ,and offic ia1

of

... l'IQo.'

pl a n

()5 ha\....

hr... n m \ r-d

o"

Into the m llsi(" quan("fS for both prani r-r- and kuon pUrp<l51"� itnd wl1l

"

.

I

.

a

'I

!\i

..

I"

Jon EriCi,on

usc

",

..color

an

Students Earn Money F P rt time W k ��n! i: tbe totaJ ��r

....·s

pinR the

of

....

l

Qua. Srnate finance ; ways and

keep

AppIIc:atioIIs �,..... ,.. D • rill t '....

as

�::";; :�

o

3.llked be s ewa

on

Sccre'tary

l"

....

c C' and

S

!

,

��Ire:�v�!:lere':u�!:s}�:;

and

SopIIs. C..taia Call . Cillb WIll Float Prizes c1a.. noat

depicting The: toph(lllJ)Ott · � · · Applic:at:iolU the Dece:mber 1 3, the slopn, "Lucky Break, Wildcat 1951, and the April 24, 1952, admini· Steak " WlLI judged tt.c: winning float , tr ons of Qualification in the Homecoming parade:, !' .lb othe:r noats Wtft abo awardnow Sptc:m bot.rdt through · ed prizes. Taking IttODd prize w&I out tht country. aenior.cia.u with its et:ltry. Third place:

Ston:.

the

two

busincsa

located in tht Sutdcnt Union buildi llg . which is student

run. is mana� by ro . . p.m . ...... Eligibk Itude:nts who intend to ofa m to Houn are ( m on ee ; _ m fer this test on either date should p. . Satw k days 8 a m . to apply at ona to thr nearest Stlective urda)'ll ( e xcept for spec.ial occasions) , S for an application c:!yiu lodl p.m. Sulftlays. a.m. to and to be and a huUetin of information. Starting soon. the rrdr{'or�ted and wed will feaAccording Educational Testing pi.tun:;s taken of stud('nt

til'S for the prcuding ....ttk. tu""

to the i� hoping to get ihe 10n.1I; lost will have a choice of box. . (nords on a student request buis working

in

the ·Coffee

GardnC'T, Hal Schrupp, Shop aN' Joan John Liming, Dorothy Ikv A\le-n, Huswick. Edna Swr('l, Kdkr• and Claire Waldorf. Studr nts

.

Service, which pn:parel and administen the Col lege Qualification lor

.... ilI

Ie-rts. The-

of

student's of

' You bave probably.

at

ponde..<t the �hmty of

paged

enthuliastieally

through

and music scort's, rttnemn they played

in the globt:-�rdling Luther College

band. which Dr. Spenti dirTctcd for 37 yean after leaving Pic. Prof Gunnar J Malmin director of ' ' choral mu,;c a' P'LC ', 0" E , B, <'oon. Rev . Kclmer

....;-oc.

coll�ge pastor ; the

rd igion and Grrek profe-S5or, and Dr.

M . JOI-dahl, profruor

we re all me-mbe n of

Olaf

of phY'ics,

1 9 2 1 ba'ld

coast. It was

the u d h West the-y had \ca C'

which to r e

to t e

thC' fint time me- :'\orthweu. Malmin,

stacks of

as hC'

ever

been

to

f d throu gh the

, a rias and m sic

u

instruction books, rT(ountC'd that t he 192 1

in the

band played to a large crowd

Tacoma

.and also

JXared in thr old PLC gym. Two

Stadium

ap­

other faculty me-mbr:n who studicd

UDder Spenti are' Dr.

ogy department.

Ostell-

Burton the

son and Dr. Harold uraaJ of

blol-

hrn Pacific Lutheran university

W �rati. then

Octob('T,

opened in

it callt'd

1 894-,

a Luthenn minister in Bellinllham, to h�d iu music depart­

l

Dlent. Sperati, born in

Norway of an

I t a i n ra tha and a Danish mother, as

.....

al

a

known for his musical

ad

(Continued on page: 4 )

n- y

time, the

,..nsf.,·

some

Pacific, &ad Japan.

harna. J.pan, He wu ;n

Far East to another 1Chool. At leut you 1--brine- for six monthrin ture to know ttude:nu that have: and vi.itt'd. Koru while a sailor. "In 8 gone through the: botTOn of lOsing '4 . the field. of K�a WrTf: alive with said, Duelu and phelU� wild cn;ditl and taking Ovt:r_

riftl

,h. Mmh.n' the

att

A ne:w

who can tophomore

qualified authority

about

life." he reaDy fiftct"n

family ants wen: I got prob-

thick.

My

buddy

pheasant TOOlIten

'

Texas ; Southern Methodill

le long four-week period of razor- 1dt�

Service System,

less

and

in feasted The n:uon'

Hit father, a lieutenant

yean. moving frorn place to place can-

Elia- moving .c\<'er·lince. to e:very state In the umon, tbroughout of peach-fuzz.

Gogl, cudiut. and

5Oil,

(oj' the OOt

out (or

thi. seuon . Bill sayl

in

been in service: for 2 6

hunt a l>uc:ball and will probably the ut rn PLC. that he really he hal attended. he expect to his soon be Ce�y Munich. favorite sports

a .hort

o( Indiana.

testing dat(' he St'. Bill was born 1 9 Prizes were' awarded follows: rTponed to Nielson, most colorful; John Waldorf, Fort Riley, Kansas. He left the wheat will state best-trimmed : John RoSt'. days later and

Sdectivt'

uriwinion for uSt' in j sidering hu deferment as a student.

and

than a half bour. We ruJiy a wtll. ac.hool .yslems on board lhip that weck for tbe bountiful wildlife, he con­ by frubman was in the He that Japan dominat�d honon Club Curtain attended rorty-th� dilfe:n:nt in- tinued. was KorC2 for 50 yean and the Japanese the: come�y division. entertaining uitutiotu of learning in yean. ust don ' t hunt. They didn' t aDow known well j rorb � with da.ssic 44th, · f PLC being the Colle Bill the JX'0ple to t all." plays. attendC'd are: Univenity of Texare bi. Basketball a nd arkana Junior in

rt:sisting previous to Homecoming student's advan� off for five men who won ptizd to file his application ",nee: in the beanf growing contest. greatJy

arrival

the

Transferring Nothing New to Soph Student; Has A"ended 44 Schools

forsocjects the CoUegc member to the PLC eaterpriloCl Test an: available at Selective Thttt teD you aU thc:sc: loc.aJ Service: Bill R.ec:s. the Jeml i. The Coffee Shop, on Bob Knutson. 7:30 WOD the clau, U. S. and its protectorates. 10 5 Call took top bas twel� in exee:rpts has board 10 Q;n 9 Tltah, ROP is college Texarkana. rach t� for ac.tivi' Beards DIsa,,.and Uruvenity Test The abo, Bob. the Sdective kt'y it colonel paid It to the be the anny. baa PLC ju kl' tage at rcgardlc.u tht yean ago in Bob st.3I'ltly. as resulu be the Sen.·jct" local thickest; fiyt haJ been McCall. board con- Richie following his father Ivan Helen crop Dak Coffee:

l

C' John Ryd. at

MalO)lm

ht:ld back

PLC faculty memtxn h�f'C'd :\I''('u nd

The

tan

library to PLC.

scveral yean. As the boxes wefT o�ned. several

sill students arrangements

wl C v

e

entire books books

of the

h

S h

d

delaU'

n'Jde:nts who eaJ"D atn money by Book Shop and working in the

l

his

Lutheran WYf"t the books and bering vividly the yea

in Oregon, which begins tonight

La

� ; �� j:;�

stall\,

I aN' plannt'd I C (' I those

I

e Bill Ricke. chaplain; �::no�ra:;;'�n�t��:� Qua, ha t

. .�\

i

ts to ...

yet

(l a l p wd

w !

new p e

rrqu iN"d

w�1I

ed L � : :: : ;: ; ; ��:;: ���� : : thr.. ... ml e e ln t ...

l

will tx-

t

Ddayt in probating the will and shiP-.

� ll'I:: � Pre'SIdent 0 tb � .:x:nate d n en s Sunday afternoon , r _ th rini m .a u d lloriu m, bal · of the joint seu the ion. Spea er A grbup of left last ("ony and stage_ AC<'oust;cal er-iling House is Othen aiding ni.stht to help with for and eonstrunion wi ll anum l" 1 200 during tbe j oint session will be He rb the Vnivenity of Ore'gon-sponsoced . he- rr ad \ for �tudl"nt 1I�1" h,' \i (">nda \' ca paci ty crowd with an t"xcrlLr-nt :\f:\'e, Alan Hatl!'n, John rt'trt'at . ambitious s�xtr-t is made I \'iew and sound r-onditions Th nr So " , r' ' IO � Holum J.nd U r up of Hdena Li nau, regional T'C'Cord· 72x7Q 5ta,srt', largrst school st:!ll" 1: , t I rh �1; t h t n ing secrt:tary; Art Broback, regional . t, will Wr ha rt m \ rT("f"!\ r n \ Idual PI'''' . ' : � vr 4Qx:!3 t d th r d h ck rk . C aui$tJ.nt rlot e La ' financial S('Cre'tary: Herb !'\'eve, study : four dressing rooms q u ppr-cl with ti.1" room s h d u . n d e and witness chairman : Bill Hampton, rc i rd �:��h . J :�� �) ll\:; � : : �/ � I:� Thr music rooms an' �ollnd -p roo("d ' h t" finest mah-up will IX" o ee r rn � n spe'rial projects . and john R()5e, PLC ow the st in add J ac:r i l i on t o �lOrall:l' H uffman and Bob :-\e-iI5On, �.rll:,'anISoh m.MlI nvillt" sh n- trock �nd : bt-I with chapur prt'sidC' nt. door frames arr mounte-d on � pO Ol. ,· rooms at-arms Highlights the sJXl:ch schrdulc ruhbrr wi t h each door ha\'iifj., . a- S[.oeI n thr front sr-cti on o� I h t" hu i ld · S... nate officials aN' ChJ.rlotte will indud .. talks by studrnts B ill inR will br- housed a Inaln !obh\' on ' f e ' :<1 1 S" al ;. I onl: thr ootlom. s I k r I B Q a h ' t i Hnity of Orell\:on, of , n he . m llnd loun�t" a n st"("ond' fi:st, L th,. the I � i � ��� d �:��; Indn , ' : all �y�� r n I ua rooms <HC' Th, an � l r and Ed S \'C'nsen, of ()rt'�on State Col('ir1 on th,. t h rd h, ;,t,·d hoth on �'·C'(,nd and t h i r d floor I the L lttl� Ch a Don Rt"("�. . st"r,!:eant�at-arms. H rl p mg . Ir'fC. as well reports on tnr Ashram, w · t h (onn!· tion-t\'�· st ra m hr t,'('!; : ('.ular s�inC'd gla�s wmd ow w i l l nr I il i l � w h th r House of RrprC'senta ll\'!"s hC'ld this ,'unllR!'r 3 I ' " terlOC krn" M iCh' a nd \ " n t ilatlon .... i l l aho hi" su ppl d placed In the L i t tle 'C h a �l whilr bI" E . at h a nor Hansr-n, chi ef ch-rk: tll r Pa5tor Clyde G n mst edt. Wcstrrn �Indl\' l duall\" to " ach room b \' sf'para tt" ambC'r -colorC'd �1a5s w t ndo · p o K ()5son, assistant clerk : James K.auth, , �Ive the �ion31 5(' r ta r.· of LSA. WIll th,' fiv,' room� 10 prl"Hnt vidr li�ht for thr auditl)rlum d uc , n-adn: Glrn Huffman, ("r�t"ant-at. , , a fOrTTlr"f �Sldt"nt S ma i n fllf'UagC'. Iff' 15 The 1 00 frf' t of skywa. rd -[)I)l nt i n l: <(lUnd f rom Ira\T1102 from OR!' room a. rms, a nd Bob � eilson. assi s t srr, , of St":1tt\(' now b\TS 111 B rkd e y f' - -a , coppe-r sterpic top�d with a to anothn. . 1[ J. ll al rm s C:tlif . Som tinlr this wl"l"k Mr Karl We in le55 51("1" 1 noss will �oon hi" d l u ml - � 5C'" ntI t S ted by two floodlighu. Chlrnn. prowill fI'nln pl;'m to schedult" a meeting of all I C roup Bi bk s u d l c i I chai :�n�'l o; coJ�m'!i::rr-: J.rt" of ' �'jU, d3S� 1 \'Ided by thr �raduatm� around ("hapten 3, 16 a nd 34 of the thOS!' m usi c stud('nts who plan to s n. 51' nate armrd st"r,.iCl's. Howard for the town at .1 fulun' oo Ac of s. t musi(' facilities rlthrr for k thr e- B a Workv, Senate forl"ign aHai n . jo nn q,,{h, pr:t(" lIcr or classroom pUTpos<::s' date. Rrl(istr.l tion .....ill 1H'� n this aftl"TSt'hid, S('natf' crime : Charlotte- La l em n t sidewa lks a rt" brlRt;: romnoon at -\ o'dock, folluwt" d by �Uppl'f of this meeting is to ur pos The J a n t Klippen. (�n�·t"nirncf' thC' for wct"� �his pleted n 6 and a get-arquaintcd mi)(C'r at r : or)r t thr 5tu � nu in thr pro�r Ule (" mC'a u Hou S r uS ing the bulldln� and 7:30, according to john 810m, l'CICiOnal of the ('xpenslVe n("W rquipmC'nt and of all gren, House armt"d §.Cr.·ices: Shirlry l atudenU a.rc: to can-(ul of LSA p�sident building. Francis, Housc foreign aHai": and Many or the other rooms are fin- them sinU' the wet weathrr has failC'd Joyce �nz. House crime. k s a chancr to id ished e-lIcrpt for pi3.llter and cutting to gi� tbe Soine", of Dderut: (illture's and will be completed in a harden for usc. Secretary of State Bill Hampton, Student! are asked to rTmC'mber short time. Each of these rOOm4 has b or destroy any of the combination and not to individual c� �: it newa new type of green blackboard witb . building property, but to tCf:S wish to call in witneues. metal trays i. being in.nalled in each looking for yean to come. n,w , h uild i nc .� l n Al t

... ...

library

D 9 I n :� s:'I�:��;:�';:ri�::�:.�� �:

ka\,'c the campw tbis afternoon to attend the fall rc'treat the Association at Camp

arri�a

Packed cardully in

wa.a

lat(" Dr. Cario A. Sperati, who

queathed

than fifty PLC students will

he Student W1 k ank 5�a 'U d of

just

Iowa.

i:���� fi:�:C7: ��17�e:� mUlic circles for many �an.

are no

MO :

mat

Dttorah,

on

art:

memories

Tacoma' , ('arly day musical life at the library of Pacific LuthC'ran colle� wt ",'('('k was th,. opening of 19

S R ea recel\'f! L A. etr t the Be�TlS � (jda 'T' Y N

comtrutt::x chalrtm:n a bonus

th"'{1-

of

_.:

many

ping_

j n o �::rC;='�b::;�n� ��":'! ;:"� and will

This week Sf\'cral music c l ass!?" were moved I n t o the 5tcond

n

a

other

�::i: ::� �� pa Republicalf parties will � �p�nted.

winof fi,,� points toward L ast �inuce preparations are now underway for m ovi n g c lassroom s Into thE- new S 6 0 0 . 000 Cha pel . M usie-Speec h build- oing of the fint, �cOQd and third Ing no w �ing co mple ted by the crews of Scrim and Hanstn. Pl ce trophies 'and the catificate of and

.

the

beld.

to

in-

n:pr'O(:Dtati\"H from each school wiU

_

r lass rooms

will·

Hik-h School Stu�turd.av. Octobc;r

order to

-Mu sic Ch apel - Speech ; Build ing Ready fo r U se general contractors.

M!i

T"",?� aigh, " 7,:!O Ut Memoriil lfUlIIMI,um, the first Director C:'It ves be Mrs. "Fun Nipt" V..... aDd M" Sahman .. plan.. B00 ks to PLC Pi Kap Meet evebiDg's ac;tivities. Bringing b.'\d:. an: a y aiDe'the of 1111 addition volley-ball, pouring from the 300 schools� PIDCS, the IYm aDd poIlI, "'iled the facilities will aU� be available. ;;�':['�" qJ:\ :� . ::: bolte. of . � tcDD.is moo or books Mad from 10 mah the as No street s.boc:s pared, the pc�na1 authentic as the the FIlD uiahu being planned fo � ::' ::: =�:: ::::.:; �::e�nO�fy

ComJJleted for

Ooor

NO

Firs t Music

First "Fu n Nig ht" to Be In Gym Tomorrow, 7 : 3 0

I

he

Lu te hoop &quad like.

this b<-ing the fint Cbriuian coUege Howe:vtr, doetn't stay long

transferred to a.J

fatl)cr will

and

Bill will continue his studies in Paris

or


October

Published

..

19, 1951

'Pre� Says . . .

every,Friday duriDg d.. ocbOoi year by otudenu of Pacific ,. .

Lutheran CoIlqe.

second" clau ntatter, October

,

.

2, 1925, at the POll Office ' D Office: Student Uniona t �, WUh.i �PbODe; GRanite 8611 Sublc:riptiOD price--.$ 1.SQ per year .

Entcre4 as

Par

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BUSINES.$ MANAGEa........________.:_..,.. _ ..__..ER.VINC SEVERTSON

EXCHANGE EDITQR-._.........__.....__....___.___... .ERNEST JOHNSON

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AD MANAGER....._ ' . ........... _........ _._...... _...._...PHYLLIS GRAHN OIRCULA:Tl.ON MANAbsR. ......__...,_..._¥ARILYN

ADVISEJL........... ..._. ............................ ....._........._..URAL

Many than", to all th06e who nuide Homecoming the success it was. Spe� cial thanks' to Naomi Roe and Paul ns . iec\ ;,;; ,' iii:M,' � {:. f � �. �� � !:':! ,I� t O;':'� � ...,. .. _ ..-:-:Ariton for �rviD8 as co-chail'me� ;or I L t m t y d [...n· 'Ie<:'.rated ou�ar. tjd·· n he os t>01 :!:�·to���n��I.:�P�: �:c�7 so:a� p 7:tU

�:

it;: ;:;

.

SA.'e�Jl)·"'; fl'i"". 'i>."" ;" HOFFMAN class representative,

or mem�r of the council, or even REPORTERS-Joanne Poencet, Phyllis Grahn, Joyce.G�, Gloria them yourselves. We want to impress Kvinge, Del'c;�-Hagevik. Ernat Jobnson Jerry Martin, John Mar� , on you that this it our. govequnent tin, John Hol,um: ( youn and mine) and that it's up us as, studtnts to govern our own Printed on the Campus by La Crosse Printing Company 4� affairs. The lx-st way t� hav.c good government is to have ('Veryont take A letter was recently brought to the Mooring Mast office. an active part. . _ . Student body day !-11 chape,l IS an­ . , addressed to the edicoc. Ie contained varioU$ suggestions which the author assumed. would made this a more inrerescing paper ot�er problem. Do you wa�t It to be to read. However. the writer did noc sign his name . To me . �trlctly announc('ment�, buslnes� meet­ g or do you want e�t{'rtalnment there isn't anything more provoking (han to recei ve a n anony - I D �, mous lener of this [ype. 1f a person writes suc h a letter . he cer - dU ri ng that chapd pcnod ? YOI-!rs ta inly should have enough faith in his own convic tions to stand tru ly wdcomes comments and sug· �estions. behind them.

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Suggestions of any kind which students can otTer for che Art Broback improvement of the 1\1ooring Mast _ are always welcome) The staff wants to make it as interesting and informa.tive as is pos­ sible, so let's have some suggestions. I would like to hear just wha( you think about tile paper or any other subjec t which is a prob­ . lern 'to you, as a student. So I repeat. if you have any criticisms to make or if you have so'mething else you would Like to get off your chest. write a letter Everybody knows that Plant Manto . the editor, If you sign your name, we will be very happy to D . �. agn Ken jacobs is an important ex, for the benefit of other students.

College Golf C� Under .New Management Golf IlemaI. aDd Sai<s CaDdies aDd Soft DriIW OPEN YEAR AROUND Gerald and Helen MonlOD

Need a Haircut?

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GET

THEM... Nbw THEY'RE .9tJ'r

('{'uti ....c. But did you know that a few Saturdays ago, he had 500 JXople under him? He mowed the church cemcury. H(" was also going to straighten the tombstones, but hc decid�d that would Ix- taking too much for granite. AI Fink, on a recent Sunday, att�nded Art Broback'.s church in downtown Tacoma. When tbe pastor announeed the cllUection would be taken, AI nudged Art and said, ". thought you said this was a Free l,utheran . church," "How much m you · charging ' fo, thoS(' gerani urns?" 'asked one of the returning ..lumni. Answered a SP'lt, "Mum's the word." Boner of the wttk, "And .. a sym. hoi of your authority, Queen NaoaU, may I present YOIU with this ' seltul-

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We e y the' Seattie Times that S(' b. Don E..tvold ;, one of the three direc. ton of the E;oenhow<r·fo,·p ...iolent organization in the state. A ..pat on the '�ck? though ..,n1y a vertebrae.rrctncM:d ,from a kick . panu. is miia ahe� in

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chant'!.' at succe-ss. j('ns Knudsen-Brcause I own mote craz)' hats than :lnyonr rl:H', and have a jimmy Durantr nose. Don Heiner-I ' m not, I'm the most hated. .-\mie Gregerson-I t must bt' my nostalgic JXrsonality. Marilyn Wallace-I'm going to an­ swer this ...-cry S('riou51y. It's all be­ cauS(' 01 my long fluttering eyelashes. Dave Kent-Bccause I want to b(' friends with ev('rybody else. Bill WaddeD-Why fight it, it's because of my slim 6'3" figure filled with sylph-like grace. Paul Ste-en--It comes from tfi� good inflence oC Bo, Roe, and Bill. Edna M�There\are too many re�ns to enumerate. I'd have to take up the whole column.

was bridesmaid. Curt Houn . was blSl man and ushen were Gay Ness ;l)]d Ronald Sterlanq, Ollie attended PLC for two ycars and D6n graduated last year in bu�i. ness administ �:::� td Barbara Carstensen is telling frirnds of her engag�ment "'1:0 David Thorpr, which she announced at devotions on October 4 by paning the traditional box of chOColates. No date has b('!'n set for the wedding. DRG girls have been feted with chocolates twice since school startt-d Shirley Sagehom announced her en· gagement and forthcoming marria�(' to Preston Jones. The wedding ..... ill

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The Cen lngton 1 deatl their colon lut &1utda."nisht they were far from white.' . Rabbit punches, kidney kick., and up�rcutl �re bcin-g thrown rut "and · furious by the "Wildmen" and prnal. t;('s of 1 5 yard. each were their reward... No matter how youtAPO��itor strdches hi. imagination, he cannot find any pO..ible for calling th( C .W.C.B. "ftigtkinne n�· lpOrtlmen . Thcy lost 45 yanh "rou.ghing viola­ tions and ,20 yards ii'!.. other penalties, Just to prove that we're not talking through our hat when we say ttU.t the Wildcats played unsportsman-like foot­ ball, we would like to take a run­ down on the injuries sustained by the Gladiators at thcir"'hands. They are follows: Al Fink, pulh:d shoulder lIluscle, which may keep him out of thr lineup (or a w('ck or mo re ; Art Swansnn, . knocked out twin-; Glen Huffman, injured hi, knee again and waJ Ihe larget for a Wildcat's fist: Bill Stringfellow, two teeth ki�ed out, and Dick Larson, whose in juries .could PUyallup Helps Lutes � ....-. _ _ _ ...... _ .. ... . ... ..;., .. tIIo wdl have· been the · most serious, re· aM ,..... .. tile ..... I.1dIIeJiIa oeIIIie GIMIlaten tid. ...... ftrtm ..,. Ie � BInMI, jury received last wed:. crived a swift kick in the kidney after rIIi PLC is ,\ot the only team Ihat" will i ...... Aft: ----. Pfte Ittbltla MIl ..... Me&ntlt. I11I.II .tan. .. ... f. ... LateI, wIdIe � he had been knocked down in the be ha';ng a tough t;me 01 h. CPS � � IfI!Ia _ ...... ....... 10 � ar.. � � �� � --fint Quarter. meets Western tomorrow night in . · Larson, who was lubbing lor Fink, o tilt that could well be a-very harcl.·to-� ' finished out the rest of the �ame and Int:ramura I ID'° 'K Gndders Lut:es Trounce w;n ball game. T. laler paued out in the d�lSing room. If both PLC and CPS come through Dick is making a speedy recovery and n n we hope to see him in unifonn tamar· Football St:arb Best Dav Girls Wildcab 25-0 �OV:��;'I;::�� � ��,;H�::� row ni ght against Eastern. Kathy Bie ry "it" in the Powder The Lutes win have a chance' to Now that we've aaid aU the nasty re.t up a bit before that qam� with � M onday Puff Bowl last Salurday morning, as In Rug·ft. �d thing. about Central that we dare, NexL :..: . the Galloping Girdles of the Dorm next wekend open and the one fol . . Pacific Lutheran College's .. let's look at the J..",theran,' perform. Next Monday IS· the bC'gmnm . g of Si. rIs trounced the Day glr. Is' 8rullmg lowing consisting of a non-c.onference ance The Oladiators' defensive ttam tfii..s }ear's intramural' sporb program Bu.tles, 15·2, in the annual lilt. which aton turned in an impressive tili with Pacific Univenity at Forest held the Wildcats scoreless, intercept· (or men according ut Mark Sab· highlighted the H omecoming program. HOl"ecoming win over a rough Cen- Grove, Oregon. ====::-::0:-: :-: ;:_ :'- _ Washington College eleven at the _-::= ing passes and .spoiling rum1ing .plays. director of the program. Operating behind a forward wall tral EVERGREEN CON F. Lute reservist. turned in spectacular The first activilY will feature touch which ripped rugc holes in the Bunle Lincoln Bowl last Sathrday, making STANDING performance. with Bob McAdams and football al 4 p.m. on the baseba�l fidd. line, the speedy right haifback from it three straight Evergreen ConferRoger Madsen both scoring tod'ch· It will be two-handed lauch wl�h not Montana carried the pigskin time and ence wins (or· Harshman's Lutes, who PLC ....... .. ... . 3 0 0 1 .000 ar e now tide with CPS for first place CPS . 3 0 a 1 . 000. down more than eight or less th�n five on time again, once for a TD; going West. Wn . ... 1 1 . 0 .500 If it had not been for the fine per· a !"eam. lf w('ather penn.lts, a two around the end f�m 40 yard� out. . in Ithe I.eague. � fi t period the Glad\ staged Whitworth .... 1 2 0 . 3 3 3 formance. of the re�rve team mem­ round robll'l. I�urname�t Will be held. Thi, took place In the operung �ln- 59n .the M�rk utes of the game and on the f�llowlng a yard Koring drive with harod- East. W n. ... . 0 1 0 .00,.0 ben the final .core would have. been For fu rtht"r Information running Bill Stringfellow re·ding ft Brit. Col. ...... 0 0 p .000 cl�r to our last week's kic.koff to the Bustles. the receIVer was Wn . ... . 0 2 0 .000 intramural Ichedule is caught in the end .zone for a safety, runs of 8 and 2 1 yards to place the Cent. which wal 14·0, PLC in front. _ _ ::-:-----: -:-,-- -:;----: -:ball on the Central 12. From the� Art _ ::This w�k'. prediction: PLC 20. making the score 8-0. ring heavily in al.... three 150-pound Puyallup the Swanson, Eastetn 12. =c�:��� Jhowed

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.....; �: · .: �f . nicb, r�J· i.ondOD. and many other 'e\u • • ', -: -,_ . �" ,,-, ,,�."..: ,. . ,_. �,!!" lh.t PI • rooque _eo. ' ' ;'be '!:c'��f c�· '. "'�dame. FJie �d a; �d.' ; i_n1·�ng. · In New Delb.i, India, they witoc-SYd ' ert �e 'PUblic cremation of a prnon on iOI(· Ted 'Ka\lt!l �' �is -W;fe' �-M the Ganses river. They noticed tbat T� waf- . : �.J)e{ Of " his, everyb� CC?Occrn� with the deceased t.d c:laa ' at PW clUi' �: " p....�' pe�D toOk thQ action very noncha. , " d � �� _"'.I �D101' pgly unCl'n• landy; and were amazi 10 P.E. ..an . g¥uacea if �nyone � pictures. 'ct:,rncd e Wb(n he- snd'uateCl ,heSa Another interesting .ituation DCpotitiOll of el.emelilaO" a(- cur� in Calcutta whert: they visited on the island of, Guafn , • farm , and actualty saw, and ma.ke a eepted. :;' .... . ,� .::, �� Dtu::ing hi. fine year 6A ' '-Guiili ' .h� ��,pic�� U:, ;. �AM.irtttn year olci tAupt in the . �temen� �';.nci , � pi�illl up tlftlve.foo� King Co­ taught mai�. the, etij�a: ' of 'N�V)' bru Without aq- protecuon on hu �

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f'Jveal the. l"y;.t� of According to Bill Rieke. director for the PUrpoK of draftiog legiJla­ . �'cn ni.8ht. of the congrns, tvtry momeQI from tion conttming finances, foreign at­ a roQer sbting ..rty, the time registration begins �ntil the (�in. crime, and the a� ·-�rvices. : . . sp!:.,... .a . � lbe Vi�"'g . prescntat10D of !lwards will be tpJ l of ; �I Kappa Iklta WIlt""p�e· well " club, will be " held. activity. Sponsored by the PLC m(ol1ned .Ipeech .tudents at Secretary ter of Pi Kappa Iklta, national for- of Ddense. Slatt. and Treuury. Theae will be available in case the eOlia fraternity, the Itudt:nt coagreu is designed to resemble as c101Cly u c::ommitttts wish to call in witnean. After a lunch served in the college poui!>le the Congre:SI of the United dining club the houaet wilt again conStates. After registration and the get- vene to hear committee reports on the vari OUI resolutions, discusa, and �votC inted coffee hour, senaton and .. ag:&ua reaentativd will meet in. joint ses- on thnc �utions. There will be a ejr' .. t sion to hear welcomes from Dr. S. C . fi�miDute receu' before each h�" went <!n sale yeater­ Eastvold, Prof. Theodoft: O. H. Karl, considers- the bills passed by the other still available and they are and .o\rt Broback . The speaken of the house. . at 75 cents for both events oJ;. senate and hou� will be introduced, The second joint session will wind 30 cents for the surprise night and . and Herb Neve, congres.s chaplain, up the business, and fint, second, and �O cents for roller skating. third plaa trophies will be awarded. will gi� the in�ocation. John Osburn, chairman for the ­ Mr, Charles Bryant. a sptcial ITpre- There will , be awaM. of merit for so.phomo� event, urges an s�dents U'ntati� of Governor -Langlie. will others who havt! made outstanding attend both events for an evening deliver the "State of the Union" mes- contributi?ns to the congres5. of double enjoytMnt. He especiatly sage. After the announ<xmern of the All Lutes not directly connected stresses the. myneries arid IUrpriSCS str..ngth of the Democratic and Re- with the congress are urged to attend which w.,iJJ take place from 7:30 to publican parties according to repre- a. many sessions a!I possible. Observ­ about 9:15. sentation and assignment to commit- ers are welcome, particularly those Einar Siqueland, prtxy of Viking tel':!, thl': speaker of the S(':nate will intett:sted in civics and club, wants to remind students that · mah a policy statement a�d the ses- government. this wiU be the last skating party sian will adjourn. SCHEDULE scheduled until ��rch and they should Next on thl': agenda are separate Registration, 8-8:30. SUB auditorium. I("ssions of the senate and house of Coffee hour, 8-9, SUB lounge. n=ptt:Sentatives. Each school is en- Fint Joint Seuion. 1()"'IO:35, SUB Members of the debate s!=l�ad will titled to two senators and two repreauditorium. with teams from other .choob sentatives, although .schools with en- Fint Senate aDd House �oo., 10:40at the CPS _p:i.ctice tqurna­ rollments of �r SOC)" may have an 10:55, CMS i1uildiDa'. . . ment. The.. t�amJ wIiL1eave at 12:3 0 extra repre�ntative for each addi- Committee meetings, 11-1 :00, to be 'tIDlEE p.m. and will debate four rounds, both tional 500 students. Each 5Cnator and posted. heariDa" DeW aame affinnative and negative. Decisions president of the haD; J. P. . representative may be either a Re. Lunch. 1:00-2:00, DWing Club. will be announced. publican or a Democrat, according to Coaches meeting, 2:00-3:00, in SUB _ .... . ________-.:. "-----_ . his personal views, and during the fint Coffee Shop. .."ion the panie, will hold caucul<' Secoud SeDale and Howe ..,.jon, 2 .., for the pu� of electing floor lead· 4:40, CMS. .., _ en and steenDg committttS and de- I Second Joint Session, 4:45. SUB. ,."nining pany p"';tion, on majo, P.... . talion of .wanh, 6:15. sua

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Pacific Lutheran drama students got the "Jtraight scoop" on' the fundamentah of acting when Mia Bev: ," "' erly Michaela, Columb".a Pictures star. let. visited. Itt:re Wednesday: ....I. Mia Michuls, who has the lead jn Alpha Phi Omega, national tervice the Columbia production, "Pickup," fraternity, rq:eived 1 3 plecfses ThUll- discussed stage productions, tech. day, October 18, according to Phil niques, and pn=paratiODl in M� McGregor's fundamentala of actiD« claa:. Vomclr.. president. She wu very enthuaiutie over the The pledget were accepted on the baais of their deaUe,to render senrice DeW lfLC stage and racilities:ck:acribto the school and community. along iDa. i.them .. "the fmett· amateur facil. with their previoua experience in the i�,thaI she hai leen.'� · Boy Scouu. They -are �td Bakker, I � Seagle, publicity. director for Ilichard Brandt, Jack R.icbard �b� veJjf&r:d the actreII', ltate': Knutzen, Steve 'Kennedy, � meat. .., rderrin& to the .taae .. wenge, pledge chairman Jack ScHon, the � he � Ieeft. �. Althoush. the hu been in motion l>ua!1e erry e Seymor, S b lldJ, Dwisht J is eompooed of JOIeJ!It rarneA, HenToller",n, Iv.. Torgenon, and Mom. pt�tq ooIy one you, the . hu c.tob.-:: uw �" . ....r� lillled . .. a fint-� a.ctftU, Yesterday t\'e�1J at 6:30 marked. 4ittbcm, Dellmar 'aad JobDlOO. Roach. I Mah,un will diteei: .' c:ombiDed. aU.. . ti lerv. and ' will play the lead in 'another The chapter baa been ac ve in the annual faculty smoqubord, gjven . � la.Jt group,': the I..ame Ducks . of:madenb Tyo,'Wa�er and city Lutheian choir., which Will have i<x erforti tbiJ . year. Tb.Cir fmt eon.. :�um� pic.tun:- to .be:. meued �n., by the' Board of Trustees each- fall in ' �e Choir of the West .. itl nucleua. tribution was �e making up.and diJ.. Many, studentl ·wondered about be honor ot the faculty membe:n of PLC. Stoddard. tributing 01. the �t clirectory, ,�iioum. hair. She ap1ained that · he: It is a formal affair held in the wbich hu the ..-a.oDd 0cIdrnaes 01 lutir is _nIIY brown, but that the SUB and ....Uy consi... of the .....,._ " studentl, facuJty., .. a::ad: ', maiDteo&.nCC roIe . she played in "Piclr.up" neceili- fl&I:hord at 6:30 aDd a aOciaJ: • A local mobUe uait of to· the c:ountriei behind the- Iron Cur· . people,' aod hat been �laCecf in.�U the � the dyeing 01 her tresses. .(� n.. tain was demomtriued. . . Large bat.. for Freedom campaign �e a •n ar , donna· and maiD- ampul L..:u: __ . ' l ns containing �pbleu an: tent .. . . _ _. .. ..... ... I••. the event was' J;D __ · l' � "n. . _ � .� , pearanc:e on tbe PLc cam� Wednes-.. oo up -in the air. "When·' tbey..reach- an,J_�_ nderson wife' of Pastor The pledges are now ytOrlr.ing on be' � at .200, and 400'. yardJ on ArnOld F. A day. altitude of 30,000 feet they bunt,aDd , the �roject � �� �ing � fai�y.._.:rhe- projeCt muil be Andinoa of Fint Luthcran The method u s e d to dis.\rlbute send the message of (ttdom �... the soU coa.ne. ;l'be'dilt&atCC .ilI�.be .finislu.""Ci before the ' pledges become, church in Seattle and the only wom.' ' fouDil for" each bole aDd miaIl""en Win memben. an' m�r of the Board 01. TruJtees. pamphletl -telling about· Democracy, ward"

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How .tre you writing your college hypogrammo&? You are now on your own. Last year Campus Devotions had an avenge attendance of [wenty·two ,rudenlS; Missionary Society had thir.­ ty ; and [he Lutheran Studenes Association had fifey. In last year's Saga, one hundr�d .and twelve names wen: listEd as belonging these organizations. Not counting duplications, there were seventy. nine individuals listed. ... It is possible some young person away from home is �t writ­ ing his hypogrammos very well. These are the finest places for you [0 go. As you write your hypogrammos in college, you will write i t afcer college. Keep these organizations crowded and warm. Christianity is much like democracy-we must guard There may be subversive inactivity present.

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-. ast. ..\ brilliant punt rdurn by Ron Thil leavet tbe LulC. on top Euteau. whicll clinched.. � u�r (' i ' ' ' , door on the scoring txrth in the leque !uDdinl' for' the � ladder this week wi� • 4-0 �c· Bif� ngs C�OS«I. "Gladiatan, � of Luteville could wen onl. Every otbtr ton(ettnce leam }lf' Of ihe ,tblrd penod. . I . In the final minutes of the game . be justified in w�rin8 I'OIe CQIored lost at �st once *.,... 'I'M fint half- ' o! play �. �ttled , S�.nlOR )¥ent 55 ya � ' to lC,.tch -pa.y · . U� _ gIaueI. It -. .on t i h o I' play thi. ns to • stand .till witi- the Lutes appar. . Yes. th ' are loo1c:i:og up for lOp . going wlth- a�lr.le W8J Injured. get to unablt being Harshman', boys right now and should • . • • o( .the pme came . - ou._ the two fint .tringrrs, Al Fink . The final . �ore ti N stay that way. at leatt . un l Oftm h ou the air when Karwoski again No game this week! ber, when they play CPS at Lincoln and Glen Huffman, who we� .iuinr t r gh with Ban for .ix mo� " But next we�k the Lute.. wilJ �nthis one out due'"t()'"r.jurleJ. . Bowl. When the clock ,tarted third points, ture t Forest Oregon, where, Even if the 10ie to the quarter things began to happen. "ljie , The Lutes are enjoyinr a �st thit they �iU enCounter the. Pacific Uni": . .......:� .sI·- ,z:;:pmnts �� ,�, 5. ���, mectJJ!'".!'.��::· 1. ���t.r ��!I�1'UU ,*�.,�-.,.;..,. _ . . the thirp quart. Thi. Wttk !lnd hext wil� find thel �r wi� 13 more fol- at Forett Grove. Off., next week, them to, they will IJO down in history Nov. 3. quarter. lowing in the Gtad. working hanl' to bring thetn-' . as Evergreen champs of 1951,. .elves up to �lr. of performance for JRe only.. touchdown of the fint With the two full weeks of practice YARDSTICK half was made by Roger Mad�en, who ' their two remaining game! of the the Lute. will have had by the time went the line, c11- Pint tJowa, ................... ..___�.___ season. .. they meet Pacific Univentiy. ne1!.t maxin-g a 95 , yard dri�. __.. .._ .._ .-Two weeks from today they tack) ..__._. week, J.hey should all over the .L,08'gen, the th i things started I Colle� of P gt't O�gonian•. But look out! Th� OreA let up the in the annual grid classic at Linc n' I N t yanh forward � • boys may pull an ,upset. fint of a of touchdowns with Bowl. If the Glads' fint and lecond Itring-

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right down honon on this one with SWaDwn Ball Ja.t .. ... __._ _ .. .. O l In place of the football game SatPeDaltiu WIlber 8 8 totin� ttl!" ball to the 2-yard line and .::: � sg urday night a fun night win be held :::�::::::=:: �_��: Karwoski, � �. . Fi�ir-: _ _ Strin�fel1ow bucking ovrr for the six in the sthool gym with all fo1'rDS of TOYchdowDl .. .... 6 0 . CoDV'rniom .. ... .._. .. .. ... , 0 athletic endeavors being offered. in poinu. Billings' <ording to hi. doctor, i. out for the ,..rd punt·,.,turn rest of the season. Art Swanson's inone of the . jured ankle, sustained last week against ChiP. Thi. week the injun� list is thoJ :e:st:�� iSj:o:�!:e�e:7d ;:k�o�I:� but somewhat serious. Al Fink, who Huffman sat last week's game out .. suffered a severe shoulder injury Western Washington College of should beat t�e Lutes �ey would be to his bad knee, but should be . against Central two weeks ago, ac- due Education stonned to three touch- co-champs WIth them, If they lose, ready to go abo. Ron Billings, Frank Jim Ball, Bill Stringfellow, Rod�r Mad5t'n and Art Swanson all turned AAA perfonnances with 45touehdown h<ing the highlighu of game.l.

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two t.o improve gread'f"ln future condowns in the lut half of their game PLC will be IDle champion.. te.ts. with the College of Puget Sound Logis: for next Western Washington' s weight adgen lut Saturday the hith- vantage plu. the ground work of full. Monday, Oct. 29: Ea.tern Parkbe t Loggen 19-0 on the HaJl Central Parkland, Huh much-for land . I � �;Ie d. etlC Suburban. the Loggers to hold. arkP Eastern 30: Oct. the Bellingham col· Tuesday, CPS threatened n1any times but I Creek Hall, Centra into couldn't break the Vik in<nl' defense. land .VI. It'� ns e· nd V5. Suburban. Confe,: nce champion. Hash Icored both touchdowns for ParkJc( Hall ,hi battle, , Nov. ' whi�h they apparVi s and also made th� convenion, . Thursday . <ndy been eh�nated by the Ea...rn Parkland, CI"""r Creek therby a"ounting for int Pacific Lutheran Glad18.ton last Suburban-. made in m Wh : Logic l n PLC it -Ywr --' � M . U ..... l�: in l �;a;=�b�� royal honon they must beat the Lute- beat Western and Western be;t CPS, I r-------r Lutes the should trounce the Loggen, on Nov. 1 0. they vi l disagrees. Past the CPS vs. PLC football game i, t""le. '929 Ccmmace St. . • Tacoma

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. got an <ady Hallow<'<n v,nda sta" in Parkland when they pcr� College graduate. of the: Tacoma formed a few pre-mature prank. at area have an opportunity to become . . the expenae of PLC last w�k. 4uendI Rg the Young Repubhoea.n Ma rine Corps officen under an ex· Prank.) i. probably a vrry inade- panded offi(;er training program just Rally at the New Yorker in Tac ma last Tbunday night were (ive repre� quate ,word to describe the dr-uruction announced. U'ntabve. from PLC. The rcprcsen· incurred on the ground.. M/Sgt. Ro rt W. Wilson of the tativet IClected we� Joanne Schier, Probably drivini an old modd car, Marin," Corps �crui ting .tation, 780 Jon Ericson, Art Broback, Al Fi nk the vandals drovc helter••ke�tcr acros. CommerCC' St., Tacoma, said gradu. h �e : :p�:�a: ��:a: ;lg�I v ;:c � ��o�=: �� :; � ales to 27 ycan of age, including n te o n a h g . cet � to sought marned mc , are belQg � kn ocl.eI down two Japane! cbcrry The. PLC band provided music bc · the expandlQg need. of tlfe manna . . hall. tree. ID front of the SClcn Iore the program begin: � and to. fiJI vacancies caused by the thclr thC'Ories Many stu�ents Other students and faculty m�m�n release of reservi.ts. The marine corps at> to who did the damage', but Art . has o�nings for 1 ,000 officer candi. also attended the rally, IDciudlDg . Broback, stud(:n� body presldcnt. as oyd Eauman, Bob Johnson, M r. and cording to Sgt. L - dat� imm(:diatoly, sured thcm that It wal probably young Mn. Utzing(:r, Dr. Eastvold arid Dr. Wilson. pranksters. Steen. The next officer candidate course Don Eastvold, program chairman, will begin No�m.bc= r 29 wit� a quota To know that what is impt"nt'trablc catlons (or thu course introdu�d th(: fiv(: representatives o to us r(:ally exists, manife.ting itself ( 450. Apph rom PLC and the (ivt= boy. from mun be received at marine corps C as the highest wiadom and the most O PS. hC'adquarte'n by November I . radiant buuty which our dull facul. . .In h ' Go....ernor Langli(: spok� to the ca. College' graduates accepted will be=: ca� Ill'S htond ;nI . enli5ted as private. -and ordered to a pacity group concerning the welfar(: n Ie o n t e, lO.wed basic traini ng course at the of the local, .tate and national goy11.1 •:=1g,�It n :t� e c:ntc.rawf 0 U'.1e 1l� marine corps schools, Quantico, Va. (:rnments. He stressed thc importance rt .EInnell'l. TC IgIOUlOCSl.Married men will I't'ceive family al. of community intetelt and ipiritual

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advertisementa which appear each week in the Mooring Mut are £.or the purpote of fiUinS .pace. However, they have a definite purpose. If you ican thete a<lt peri�cally, you may find IOmC' real bargains. Our fdvertlaen are the ones who make the.

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lion al the· EvanaolieaJ 'Lu� church, divWoft of Higher Education,. ends tomorrow Dipt. HaUl" &.d StrunlI' wiD -.' sM: add...... .. the confab aDd void will act ai'. cODailtam. aDd- will •poak twice ' Swi<!av ....n.u.c . Louis ,Park, Mimie.ota. '-rJie tiUI Con: of • Cbriatiaa CurriCulum" wiD be the ,theme 'of HauR!=" � Dr. SttuDlt will Jpeak on "Science Confitml the Word. of God," The keynote addre. will be delivtnid" by Dr. William Young. executive teen:· ta.ry of the Boaid of Education, Amer­ ican Lu�ran Church. On Monday, Dr. Ealtvoll"will COD­ fer with educaton in the middle' west and on Tuesday he will pay a visit to IW (new at 'Eau Claire, Wiscon­ sin, where he �rved Fint Lutheran Church before cominS' to PLC. The congregation now has 11. membenhip of more than 4,000. Leading educatoR ' from throughout the United Statel and Canada will take part in tha program and dis­ cuaiODl. Colleges repre.ented in addi­ tion 10 PLC are Concordia, St. Olaf, Au�"" (&"'th Dakota). Luth';' College, Capital University, and Lu­ ther TheoiogieaJ Seminary.

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built (urniture ,expreuly (or it we� di,splayed at the rally. given wt lummer by , plant manager The GladiatOl' gridsten have yet Ken Jacobs. Frederick and Nehon of The ,Jason Lee Junior High School auditorium should be defeat a John Heinrick-coached elev­ Seattle was given the job and the (ur­ quite a familiar place to the members of the C�oir of the We�t en. and thit year the Lutes are defi­ nishingl were delivered ydterday. by Friday, Nov. 9. Professor Gun"a.r J. Malmm and 'he ChOIr nitely out to capture the Totem Pole Mr. Albert Mykland. boobtore are slated for appearances there this Sunday, Nov. 4. and Nov. 9. to brighten up the PLC.trophy cue. manager. urges the cooperatio� of all 'Sunday night, the Choir will ling ill Itudenu in keeping the lounge oroer- \ a mass choir, compo.sed of the choral Iy and neat at all times. grfltps of the cooperating Lutheran churchel,. at the Tacoma Reformation Rally at 8 p.m. Parishionen of Lu· churches of every synod will be in attendance. PLC ltudents and faculty membe Rev. Fiacher, Spiritual Emphasis at PLC two yean ago. will chose Dwight D. EiJenbower at the mown, with 68.3 per cent of the prete1lt the R�o,-nnation· aermon. The probable winDer in the 1952 preli- "ayes" going to, them, and a meager 16.9 ..... to the Demoo. ALe paitor reaidet in Port Angelet. de-ntial election, ��c:bo iii jUit ODe 1Jle reactioa towardI the other eveFriday following on the in A_ .. epMarine Room of . y r away. Ballots' weJ'e cut W� -:-. "WI» ' , deleel , , . DiDg the 58-voice group will sing at ea GriD� ,, -.., �; '''::i�, . waJ lie "ihe;'IOcaJe';"lor the the -. Ik . J.... Lee. The occuion this time will day in the PLC ..,nion of , GaJlup Society u to be � a � �� by the u:avel- Poll. NovemhCr 13 at'6:!O 'p.tiJ. I I , with 2 1 .4 per cent, jUit 1 .• pcn:ea.tqe D& Interu&tltma! M1IIlonary Crusade. I They voted (01' thek.prde.ricd � poi ts Iroat:'of' HaioId taIIeiL Jte.. T-clr:eu for the affair, which will Cut leleetiooa fOf' the, Alpba n in S Featured speaken will be Dr. 0.- idential c.&ftdida� and penon pablic:ans won by a 1aDcklide iD Omega producti� "Tbe Late arow:td • 'l'laaabtfvini theme, wold J. SmitJ". well k.own CaDadian they though. would wiD dectioo. divilio,," abo. 81 per cent �• •,... can be pun:hued f.... � Prke IG!>Iter JIeaD," by f1iduey "ne" WOD in the 1& clMsi-. for them aud for � J?emoI. , 14.6. of the dueab is ,1.90. Accordm, to ' clergyman, of the People'l Church of wert made hT the ant General Sir I polling 3 9. 3 per Cent , he votta. Only 4;4 were UDdecicied OQ this iNue. Grace Foege. chairmaD of the eYQt, and Lieuten Toronto, t The play, clay �. Arthur Smith, chairman of,the BriWh Ha� Truman was ruDDer-up with ti eb be �. She u.qeI eufy' ia December" is 1'he breakdown on vo«eI went like only 100 clr: � 6.5 per cent. FoUoWins in detc:eDct. this after Eilmhower and StalleD: students to buy-them earIy. 1inc.e Iut Evangelical Alli�ce. by Malcolm Some. &ad hit ' . .1 T 1J under the aUlplcel IDg order were Robert be Hue ohlW)D. and. arre n, ' il "" year mo re thap l00,wac IOJcL aft, 13.7; � rd The prog� 7 Howa w l l J 18. ; Taft, 1 1 .3 ; Doug W . Turner;. Dean ol the . . . 3.8; ' De of the E".lI"heaJ Churc:hel of the Warren. 6.9; Harold S..... Dr E. W. 7 Worley. . T 2 4 K 66 wey 5 ' Tuin« the lead put of Abby, the area and the National Auociation of Douglas MacArthur, 2 .7 ; Thomas I�u�r, 3.0; ' �rth � 3.0; · Luth: l!nivenity of Meclical Dewey, 1 .9 ; -Elter Kefauver, . 2. aDd Youngdahl. 1.1 ; New Ensf,aDcl bouIemaid of the Hac:k. Evangelicals. � \ .3 ; 1ChooI, will , be, the featured speaker W Paul Dousl... .2. 1 4.8 .pcr<eD' 1!1''''' aDd Henry for evenmg. the •. ett family! wiD be Kathy' BIde.'Jadd " , ' J.ebon• .3. , . d. ...ce ,. . the �...t. no pr An interming .ideligh• • the · :of AIIIOt , ' .' A marked Repuhlican trend w.. ...... it, the fac.· that o ly 4 al = _-._ u � u .. . . n " Uck CPS" '� . . 'Of Old Mala aDd bit ...... c:UIIurod wife will ; 36 laeulty ..... were lor A ........ .. to .�-·licJc ·Cps . . be played by Charlotte La Qua. :n>W becoaie .. :grr;ve problem ' q.;D·' this '__L .._...._ wiD be � _ _ ... Prida),. .. eo_�... candida.... Eioenhower abo two daughten, Ada, .:' sirf al:26• .aDd � .aDd if thV�ti�. itD', rem- ...... � �.... the Iargeo• •otal al fOcuity Nov. ·9� ·i1. ibe � al ; . SuJao, • _ girl of 19.' \rill be ediod, fiDes wiD lOOii 'be ..i.... .r by the Prexy of PLC land' aDd War=< were the ...,.. ...... SpUn, · lUck.n ,bearinr tI!t: ....to, .. , cbaracIeriocd by Ani.a' lIdIIioaai aDd Sheriff for violatioo:," Art ' Broback Jar candida.... ' wiD : . 00/4. "Lick CPS, ' be . -,; ._ lack SeHon was recently elected to _ . ""'_ . _ ." _ _ '.'_ _ _ _ _ _ _ EveIya' SemmoDI, �y, The announced this week. "_ _ _ • _ ' __....:. ..� Pu:kiag is Dot allowed in front of ae.rve at president of the PLC band. j viIIact ' � &Del � will by> J�,�·. plaro.t � lIob buildi r o fi n e betwe<n help of 8 g the to houn g the Oth. � ce eleete.f D be ov rn . the .If",n ol the hiDd are Roa Ster.. : . J......·,.m:�)'T�·.� Lm. aDd 5 pm: land ' " d t P 'ocilJa Aipe _ ·N.,.'.,Yaiii;li.i' jj,.' · .... ., d . " � 0 GIves' J.�'�� __ ', ,OU aDd Margaret HamiltoJ<. h1orariau. ,_ ...... .... Diaiiaij(orj; _OIl. oIiIei!r• •� .' .. _ / . �.,!YJI!t loot 5oDonIoT. SCiocIetIf C- Practicin8 DeW Dian....... lor 1iAIf- .. Tbt PLC ch.pter of the StaU �lItUre Tnchm' of A1n{rica lie ·. fiDed 'y tia... �...._ .. .- of ....•.,.. ..,J time .coviti.. a. th. PLC-CPS same will be host to the first convention bf the nrwly-formcd:gI!)IIp, bj. JIm T..a;.o..a.isJli �)...tia; ;,..t �;... ,!}da-.. � .--is _. ·the it prete.tly k••piDg the � bwy. (0 be held here tomorrow. All collq.. -.nd juniOt' coD.... ill ....... . ....f ,..

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In� wo. IUgbUgbted I>\' tIie ·... rform· ance of Je,.�rly Allen' aDd the Aruta Hellbaum, ADn KnOrr, J�ann Hucbttom. Coffee uMl 'Were. Jer"\l'td. �l"O\I8bout the by rdreahment chairman Barbara EI4 ptdahI.' Joe&IIn . Hucbttoc:n and her

Trib>.

committee

are to

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pretident.

Wiekauom welcomed the girll,

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PLC podoI-

oldy I� a·. car&fto ql can w;U D�S puwIe. ciG,nuowa. where we wiU meet . tIi� CPS car.avan .� . 9tb, aDd Broad. 27 lrom M . • V ' � ' a on the 5.S. VoUeDdam eD�tc to The (ull �ration of the student terdam. Four weeks were body it acceuary · to. maltc this event sight-«eing. a IUcc:eu. Studentl ' will be exCUJe'd Min Lund, who will �tum lOme from their claues at 2:30 rJx, Friday time

in November, wu ,one of

15

IF they doD't have a tct;t scheduled

young Americans who participa�ed in (or that period .nd IF they will take the ecumenical work camp program part in the nDy� which il sponsored by the Work Coun � It's the. big game of the rear, 10 cil of Church Work Camp' with head- let'l get behind Coach Hanhman and quarten in New' Y�rk �ity.

A wide variety of projects was un-

the playen.

-Art

dertaken, from laying foundations (or refugee howes to construction of play

Broback

,

_ _

. worked tn the ,:cord department of r 0 u n d facilities in rehabilitation Renton where: her ath r abo in took part campc� Th� . m � !a II the lupenDteodent, to ea IUffl­ tending wen: Shirley Thompaon, Hel­ a p gram which included worship, . Europea.D cient tnp. She bel' (or funciJ. t c study. d' uc.u Jlon of social and en Jensen, Edna McCall, Elenore B'bl . "n. J. C . aDd dautrbter of re tiOn as well u . H.aNon, ADIle Stray, Joan Gardner, p wted LUDd of Il.eDtoIl. Marilyn Lunde, Ellen Heuen and ... manu to the states, Mila her return On from July 23 to August Marilyn Sannerud. Fonnerly from Minot, N. D., where I:.und plam to vitit cilia along the o ..n before cqming home. c she graduated (rom high· sebool,

WEDDINGS - COIlSAGES

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qU;l"I aboat

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other countriet. com- Sbc .aile,f JUDC

dlel,m 'REE and EASY PARIING Complete a.1d.g .

:-.'!"

��;"bep

Maxine �ndenon and Hden ,"dted with Dick �i were p�tented with u.ueu by ate) I HollanCl, FnlDCC aDd

mended them for their high Icholat­ ·Mn. Doroth Brann Mahriin will the 'Conway Lutheran church. l ship, and urged them to continue their appear in an organ rceital this TuesAt the ELO'Luther League conven­ present standa'"4. June Nyst«p, wu day at 2 p.m. in the Weyerhaeu�r tion in Seattle thil lUmmer, Mn. Mal­ chainnan of the event. Other oft'icen Hall in Tacoma. The mu.sicaJ matintt min, &110 one o( the organ inatructon of assels an= Helen HUlWick. vice­ T will be sponsored by the La4ies Music ·on the campUI, presided al the offi­ pn:sident and ICC representative, and dub and all ltudents holding -Ladies cial organist for the entin: week. MR. Beverly Sjobot:n• .Kcretary.treaJurer. Music club concert tickets are urged MaImin is an active member of the Hallowe'en to attend. Tacoma Organ Guild and i. the adGoblins, wiQ:hes and many weird . Plans a� .110 being made by �n. viler of the local PLC Organ chan.cten' roamed through the Malmin (or an organ program at cOn­ which abe helped to organize on the on HaUow«n, joining the girls ' way, at 8 p.m. on November 18 . This campus �veral yean ago. their many improm ptu parties. Dottie Other ap�\Lrance. will be made evening 'program will be sponaortd by Barrett,. Esther Brodie and Naomi Mn. Malmin and many of her ad­ Hochstatter we-n: co-henteSics at a �nced studen" during '\Ie yeo.. planned "witchel brew." Guests at­

lit ...

iD. j� �.ho: ':t;

me"'rip to

T...Ja bilitk. df .t�Dl ode.' . '�' ecrpII. � �1, qPS. NIXt were hOiteucs to lut Ierne.· decided to -' !tODd. .... 01 .- 'a.Dd. .. FriclaY,alte_. "'" cl{eer I.....n .'" ter ' hotior roll atudenta at a colfr«: a muir Ipe�i' pWuW>l a .l".'p. nIIy ·.c: 2.,O on the h... from 4·5 in the VikiDI holy, q.�;', NO.;dy: !wII<1:< ; i1!e l_l .J.tePa.·ot Oid � aud boated;.

lJ�����§§�g���;;���jl ��:�,�TUesdaY Mrs. �almin 10 �iye Organ Recilal

Delicious Hamburgers

..

�.

� took .ihe. (orm· .. : •. aaDt the new (Ul'> W� tiliu· Europe. · I '• ••••••_ ....:--: � � look;al good Seanninl throulb material ,: • fC!l" . lou o"" ... ,..y .... �, _. ij . we ... 'tIoe ; � J_ . chain Lund; �- -icniia It'Vtftl adi�r�t � � • )aada � told oboul. campl ' �. Ia' WIi1dI ud ,..w.. wm.'.'l< --' UP" '" th. out., . Ii � pon 01 the cd1ee Jbop I.. th_ who . S ....... . YOU.O .... .. � , ,!, '<, ,-'j didieirjw.dia lil the Stndent Uo;on tu..ty to wod , ": •.., . . : . uUdu.,'. . . I> ' / ' i . ! cadi yeu: weeki . be commended (or It 10 iD� bet "'t � .ia= .10 aonouncc_tht We -.rc. verf the ...,.p. w;th ou,

Women Studenb

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t � � Haw: )'OII· ...., the ....dent 1<>U"8e peopIe·wWo.abou of . .r . loc?l; it'. lTaUy � latCly? .ttIJ.' .... t'-: � , _ Wlll t �tii of � . �� � Dicel ' ., . .

A COlEY fireplace with candlcJ.iP.t &nd 10ft muc set th� .lCeDr f r the

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& PaclRc

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Lund hu attended· PLC of Wuhingtoo.

23.

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Mr.

Miu �astem

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I b-�� .� C.,.c:h L. U� ·:· .t� ' In!a� O�� T���:�ighl W. �"ees In �t � LOCKER DUST. U ofBc� OfSeason, 10th For Non-Leag� Game With PacHlc :U . "S�

.

Friday, November

C�

2, 1951

THII

,

,

_

hcific Lutheran will tangle

with

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PLC rnd 01 '50, ODd <wo-yeu _et"oll lcttenuoD, wu j apPointed u Il i 0 r vanity recently By Jeny Marda • • .. cc.eb at the UQiyenity of Wubiag 1'his it it, folb-the ioadcd column ton by head me toI', Tippy Dye. D with two hi, .PUle predictioa.l in.. Ikrcnqou w.. a starting guard on .tt2d 01 �e UIUal ODe. Man Han.IunaD·i · fi�J wllich jourSince there will bOt be a publieatioo neyed Ie. K.anau CitY lut ycar� He put out next week, wc'll bY and live wu . high 1Cbool · ttammate 01 Gene you a quick ruDdown au the impend- Lundpanl and die AnacOrtes duo ina: pmdwith Pacific UDivenity aDd. . helped !'U&ke hoop bUtory at PLC. the College of Puset Sound. Duan<

Two powerful teams will dub. when the LutcviDe Gladiators meet the Lumberjacks ol CPS in the EverpeeD Coolcraace pme of the year

Lincoln Bowl . row.

at

from tomor--

w�k

in p� � this hcirte: ia- cu�lIt iIl·the nuttt:ac: : �oiub.ip� the . Northwu\; �, U!I� aocord.inl tq tin atI ..·, u :-:.. "-....c.=-: ..,.. _ _ _ ·,_ ._ ... ·-' l ur1y repb� the 'iJ.dg.:n . bavt: • .... = :;:;: -; . :. -: ._ .;' -t olft� toush Pacific' Uru'ftnity elewn Forest Grove, Ore., Sa"turday This" same . will prove to be

.

abowa �,. 1eUOD.

DiD.1 for

Ha� . • . � G.;i N;cific"

The Lute. have maintained an nd bope ted 1ea&Uc

0'iIU; �it la· /Clift Iuc and::c;ame . that way. faeiflc','OlCeUi .... J• _•, r ptDr • dJlOpped bu wr, .. bow CPS, �:�. '1$ c _ .. ,,� ,. Tomorrow the Lutn will converse So for the ' paf: CoUjalf:l :OI 'cIa)"l,. Dl"nt M,; beat the Lu , thereby to Duane -� . bia fJ"elhman year and hn.-.... " .... :Y upon the 0... , '-- .n DOD . .... LL-:r-"., ....:U .....,jUll:a<_�I HanIunan hu 'bec .,: wor " '� � bo .'.'.r .� ,_ \DC -<:on- thtte, and wu one of the top lCO�n cliac:hiDg a tie for fmt ·Place. - I ", 7 / OD 'l ference ti � �h ch, may ��.• to � a on the freshman lquaCI. He it P� P Hanbman'. boY' have bad a . on dtfeDiC. A. (or - the: dtOwing . D , Loat. -....: .� � ':.: ��::"� ' i-.��J;.-.� &. hafd..(.....�' ��� �.!1l � o ..,�:��iy'�tu�t.5"jdOtIW;,,"'i:i: f-tJ.t·ysQ� 'r�'�.rod' �I1ti�:O� . • what we wd wt week. If the boY' . . . . • -1l tice. eo.eb Hinbman ii' not � -trrr" Uod,er.thelr · belt 01 ulititubOD. continue playi1ll' the II.I'De cal1her pleUed, anawd, �'We'�'likdy to get " ball as they have been playing � 2 knocked olf Saturday.... �.tem Parklud ............ 3 Lutes."lIhould win their 6ftb .traigbt. to gain and nothing to 1000, can bowl EVERGREEN C.ONF. The I:.utea and the- Bad�n hav Subu�n . ........... . ... . ::.�. ... 1 . PredIcdoa for tocuorrow'. pme: the Lutherans over, the� will be a � pla�d only ' two common foes th� STANDINGS . the Central ,Parkland still n=mat� PLC 19, Pacific U. 6. SUIOD. Pacific 'tOlt to Wettem by an tie for the top confe�nc:e honon. P . L . C. _____ .A 0 0 1 .000 eam to at as PLC. VI CPS 1 P ,.750 � �e ::.�nd-.::\ k� a JE9-'count j ptc in tum defeated the The Gladiators mould be at- nearly C. P. S. _______ ._ 3 touc h oot mtramu ant: week. from tomorrow the Lute- full strength fOT both of th�,e game., Western Vikingt 14-0. ... 2 1 0 .666 cl e In 2 0 . 3 3 3 OI . thiI week', play thj.' . ned The Badgers then bounced back ville warnon will ni�t the CPS Log- but we look for the reu-rves to see Whitw,orth _ _ . 1 The ·U. of W. i.n't a .trange plac.e

,

This promile1 to be the game of the

yeat in the Evergreen confen=nce . If

the L'Utes overcome the strong Logger ddens.e and scatter their offense, they

will

be undi.puted champions of 1951 .

If the Loggers, who have everything

m is probably the bardest �

COIWIe

College

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Gerald aDd HeIeu WOIUOD ' PboDe Gamdte IM9

OPEN tEAR AROUND

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Central

the wirmer alld the right score of, but as. long as

mi"h t as well go all the way and give PLC a 13 to 0 win over tbe 1.0&-

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have reveog�.

,

12 10 8. .

LUBaICATlON BALANCING Coner of GedWif'.... Pac:I6c .

,

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caught behind hi. own

wu

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to add 2 tral Parkland . YJ. Suburban.

not a true in-

VI. VI.

Ea.tem Parkland

6 - Clover

Crttk

Ivy HaD and Central Park­

Eastern Parkland.

Tbunday, Nov. 8--Clover C�eJc

v••

Central Parkland.

Score one for Soc. He'. absolutely right • . . thirst knows no seaSon: Tha t's why anytime is' th';. ril!�t time for Coke.

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I'uniabe y.... AAmrtlocn

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T_

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their

ball.

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upon

depend

O.

dication of the game at Clover Creek Hall wu constantly in possesis on of the land

DILL HOWELL'

PACIFIC AVE.

teams

pauts

The dOle ICore

SportIng hods

*.

Both

from the Wettem defeat to beat Cena e1.S sc nog on od Rick trat 2()"o. The LuteJ also played the � ; � astern,. rom WalIy ea x. Wilde-all and bJuted them 2S--0. Olsen was caught behind his own goal Phy.ically, the Lute. a� .tilt workfor a safety and two more �ts for iog under a handicap. End Glen HuffCentral. man and Fullbad. AI Fink will probIn their other game Central sn�ck ably miu the Pacific game. _ The sconng ' pall Suburban b� 54 to Hanhman, however, hopes to have u catch three tOUlhsaw Don Krec.l the capable duo n=ady (or action a. :: down pallet; Bob Rou, two; and Rick week from Saturday when the Lut'b Daniel., one. Wally F�ax threw all six play a critical game with CPS. and to to it 0(( . ran one over � That game will close out the seaJOn . mo� got x '.l for the Lutherans and will mark the the Koring, too, y gOl�g over leCond time thiI seaaon that both a ,�ort ptun�. teams ha�e rott. In the annual Kings. In ,the other games so far this week X game, the Lo Wn downed the Ivy Hall puted S,:,butban and Clover Lutes 2()..O. But .inee then PLC i. a Hall defeated E:utem Parkland much improved team, arid i. deter. . m;n<d)O w;n the ch...p;onship. They . . Bob CUrtlS and �onn Schnatble dl� have provec;l thi. in the palt, and are . the =nng 10' CI",:,,' C=k . CY " " now all alone ;n ;nl place. Should . I caught a pau fOT 112 aM �nalble the Lutheran. win thit big game on nn 20 yard. ''''''00 md '" complete Nov. 10 Ihey will gain • c1ea",:ul the ICOring. Jerry Hefty intercepted claim to the coruettnce championa pall and ran 20 yardJ to get Eatt-' .hip. . em'. only touchdown of the day. Ted Monday, Nov. 5--Ivy Hall VI. CeoClover Creek baUba�, waa

.000 .000 KTCC�i

grOUnd foree more than their aerial I attacks and should provide the .peetaton with a topnotcb display of both defenaivt and offensive ball playing.

c�to

�4 to 0 Wlt� Don

mo� points (or Eutetn.

H....., 9 10 9

929 Cammorce So.

4

0 0

2 3

in the Kingt-X game eadier this year f.rem in their mindJ and are out to

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Eastern Parkland

at d Th e LutCl still hav� thc �{c �they suffered at the hands of th(' Log8'=n

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Taccaa

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Eastern

of the year to pick

VUXIC '-DUDe

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gen in the Lutes' last conference game plenty of action.

of the year.

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University of Oslo OHers:Courses bold

VOL� ' :A�LUTIi�COUE��:�:Y��e�l!t,·.!iNO:�

� ; : ' �CODa:�I:�;chth::; :;;.=� . . G�rls Jou,rney . · PLcfo.l· �f' full",en · � Debete ree � ,Leaves ..

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he... The data 0 W\litrnan Col�ege . lor the bonk ... ..ntative. ;\l leut FOr Spur Convention to A�t 2. 1,32. for American and pints of ,blood (or the anned forcCl Joyt:e Geu, PeaY - H� CaDadian students who haw complet- is � the Spur-spoDlOrcd. blood lop Aauup are dHCptei from . ltd at l�t their (reah,man �r any �. ' PLC . chapter to the aiuuw a�� college or untvemty. A �,'"(. blood WJ!\.b,. .hl� or . ': , ""' _._._ , .,..u.: ........ Institute for Ensfub�ing ttIIlhg tIk day �kr It has be Teachen similar to the· one held in dr:awri. Jhen it wiD be lent . 1951. forces in Korea fo,.UIe. The uniYl:nity provides outstAnding lecturen and maintains highest edu� Named cational'standards. All claases WI l be Spun has let up the foUowing conducted .in English and an··Ac.neri- ml.ttees to aid. the· t-;cbOlcians . a.nd. Dean of Students is' 00 nuhes and to prepare the SUB for the ministrative staff. Stud�nta may COUIYS in four blood bank: lb.11 committee, Letterh. ) o,.t"It; ro_n�raI Survey 0f NO�- m n', CI.ub; rdreshments committet':, field.1: . ,\01. gJan Cult�re, (b). The Human)- A.udrt:y Engstrom, � t�t':Sj s(C) Social Stud,es; (d) Educa- tion committet':, Janet Carson, chairtlon }'Item 01 Norw y. ... The u."..nity of Oslo wiD aiJ<th SlIDIDI<r s.:j.ooI lrom June 2 1

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ourney At Fre�n'o State " � .confel't1D8 wath Six 'memben 01 the PLC foren&icl' fepooal officen on the ' will leave tomorrow "for the .�se campus West¢rn Speech A.ociatioo. towua- . . make a bid to �� �t,-¥ttino Staee, oc.�"-a�'Tbey win attempt to keeP alive the enviable record or PI.p debate read, which W CODaiatently one of the top in. the �tiOD. The tquad comiItJ ol Alan Haden, Jon EriclOD� I'Bill Rieke, senior men's John Osburn. junior men's divition; Joan� Schier and Janet CarIOn. junior women entries. More thin 60 ichool, from the 11 �st m stat" send teams to .. Last year PLC won thret': finti. Mary Larsen copped two firsts in senior wOqlen's and the fint came Single stude.nu will live e man; secretarial committee, J u d io men's d b t . chairman. Publicity will be Blindern Students Hall and married ed to their adviser, Mr. n by h d COUP'" in private homes. Six Karl, .. will be stiffelt co"\petifaculty adviser. Each colleg(> is aUow(>d two voting crediu be earned in the six Miss Blomquist is donon under the age delegates, tion of for the squad. COUl"5e and the �51ion is as many rt:p�ntasix students will leave for hOlDp! a signed fonn from th·-es it wishes to send. pro\'t"d by U. S. V(>tel"aD5 Admin· of 21 mwt November 21. Mr. Karl go on to con- The PLC group left' at 6 a.m. to» partnts befort San Jose State College, where he will tribute blood. The pitted not forms will day and retu� Sunday crening. freshman addreu the W.S.A. convention. His traveling by bus. At Whit· June, ·19�2. A limited number of be diltributcd. before Thankigiving va. c om p � the executiv 5 available for Sumtake thrm man they .tay in the Alp . Soi e committee of m home. whole process, from the sorority h�. m(>r Schoo . Students of Summer School will time e contributor is gi�n the Erma Gradin of Linfield College. Worley is president, Hazel, secretar y, and is the treuurer. regon, is the regional director of New York on the 55 Stavanger- donation glau of f it juitt f"o No novice at play direction, Malfjojrd, June I I , 1952. Retervatidns for coffee and cooll"ies �he receives Spun. colm director of '"The Importance the rrtum available AUguJt having giVen his blood and of Being·Ea�t,"· and he has had a 5, 19, a�ber 2. ·1932.· takes approximately ODe hour. wide varieC;: of expetientt in the 'For a: c:.atalog of· pnlimin-- tive time: for tlte b� bank is from io Give ary application material, any fur- 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. 46-ye r-old painter. tber information, write: Oslo Summer Boolde:ts describing the process seriowly injured in 2().o.foot fall School Admitaions Office, St. donating blood be: available the u�elun," 0r from a lCa£fold. while painting in the College, Northfield, Minnesota. library next wet':k. cbapel- usic-speech building Wedncaday. � Society . His condition yeltcrday wu im­ History �epeats; Nesvig Edits proved. but he was 'b11 being treated for Ihock, according to Mr. w. lohman, painting foreman. When his PLC Paper For Seconn Time condition improves. x-ray! be tak· . In 1935. Nesvig was a sophomore at en to determine the extent of pouihle ' PLC and editor of the Mooring Mast. and arm fractUreJ. Today. I f], yean later- Nesvig is ,Ram.tey, a married man, is wphomore at PLC and editor of YaleaciDg in the ,Po oo.pital. Mooring Mast. lfutory to obe repeating iudf as Da.ve Nesvig follOW1 clo.ely in the foobtc:pI of hiJ illustrious brother. Mil­ ton, now on leave of ablence from the coDege faculty a Navy chaplain in the Gulf Both Milton and b;' . p....l.. -day �ouDlerpa.rt aniYed at MlazWl with journaliun and ministry in mind. Each CHAPLAIN .MlLTON NESVlG . ' �ons by the: p� the will ::&f' became aportI editor in his ftnt year. Of w , choir,: a 1010 by Bazbua Hedlund and Dinthethecamiddle reaion bad Milton graduated from Luther $em- of the depthat wbe m inary·in 81. Paul and ..rved Euupan- �0Il .... 10 ....u that p .10

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Ev·.."" who tips the .eaJes at the 2 1G.pouDci The sobe41ule will res�e at . 7�� a.m. have yet to lose to the Lutes. Satur- plaA1though y. .,n the LuteS won out bn the' Monda!, November 26. . /treen co�erence in derense. day night'. victory WaJ the sixth in . iDafk. '. _ � . �t�!!' � �r-� .�� �.�e�tI �;. .�cei�e �r; gradl:\ �ht �'r.}'4yed ...o�. .t� � '�� · � � �� � � . I � i � ' n �WI"1�.4-�.. �" �� ,"! ';e. :�-'"���.·...t rt_� . . . �':''' "" .... uv. I m nm: q u "'. annu.a1 affair, while Clul S�b.\ esther �onday. or Tuesday, befott aton. T�o games have ended in ties. of the 1948 IeUOO and worked on the gger a Lute r mbl cov r re the u Donr­ va o ed e he s announce LO be ill m t . Sound', w Puge:t d time victory n. a ati e th a was as e T junior vanity t1vo 'seaJOru before he Puyallup high school coac'h, £rom there on their own 45, a n d , in chapel. F�en wiD receive their prise to many people, as many ex. .ne outside finally earned his fint letter hu\ sea- principal sptaler. ove aUOlI the h �t1 from their respective adviaen pectecf a close, hard-fought � with ��oclt\dr ta kle and lcampered all the c ngh� t B upperclassmen soph in and an ores . The e t�. point failed PLC coming out on top. d om ut game "A lot of feUows never would have' way �o tfty dirt. office. just don't go .according to expec stuck it out that long," Hanhman said -' "�I in( OrS led 6·0.- , d the Registrar'.-' of the 1951 ;nJp;r.ot;ona! awan! w;n: �;('in the �cond stanza, Jack · ner following the banquet. Fabulich took a punt on hi. own 15 · yard stripe, ' ��ppe'd by a swarm or 9 It (C��;:; ::!:�:�ra :�, ;f\::. I:g� With football almost ,a memory for tacklen to the 25, where he was finally . . g:rc-ssive tackles, were named as' downed by End Jim Ball But at that captaio. fo, the app ,oach;ng 1952 sea- ���:ea:,;.:::�:��n instant Fabulich lateraled to' end Joe �:�Wnttu�:�t;�� Retallick, who went the remaining that comes to the Luteville faa is . FINAL STANDINGS out�running Ball, the last Clover Creek slipped through by a distance, Lute punuer. This tirze' the extra Won Lost narrow margin. from Lincoln high school in vy point was good and the Loggen led Parkland ,10 0 . They had to fight to win o....er I Wt'll, it's altogether "too early to Central and ha� been regulars ever at baH, 13-0. Clover Creek Hall and Eastern, few a are there but yet, anything tdl I � Lutheran kicked off to open ;;i ----- things �nown about the Lutheran Ivy Hall . F----;;;;Composed mostly of day students, Pacific quarter, and Fullback Wally Parkland Suburban found it difficult to field a thirdgathered hoopat!':n. Coach Marv Harshman Eastern the pigskin in on his Suburban full team for every game. At certain watched his team practice during the and rambled 70 yards for the times, though, 'the squad gave a fine third30,touchdown. and decided early part of the w�k, Immediatt'ly thert·­ has c10ied on football's showing but could not cope with tht­ tbat thl:' boys might . be a fairly good partThein curtain after the Lutes drov� to the CPS 7 the intramural program with loaded rosten of the other, teams... year. this club ball before being halted. Harshman aiM) said, "We are def- Central Parkland undefeated cham­ Attention, Intramural Disaster once more struck the PLC iniidy handicapped with a lack of pions. Basketballen cause in the fourth quarter wh('n CPS it was Central all the It is time for the units to s�rt linand we will h�o depenp wayIn aJthenoleague reco.vered another fumble on the Luteam was able even come 109 up the r squads for mtramural theran 20. -'Seven plays later Louie on speed." close IP �ating them. Rick Daniels, basketbalJ, asI all rosten have to Ix-,There are 9 returning lettermen Hal Schrupp, Wally Feax, Don Kreki, handed in to the intramural dir('ctor Gradzie1('wski plowed over from the from hut years squad ,tlfat will do I for the Imal TD, to make the final and Rich Gogi were ouutanding in cause Lutheran the November 27. much in helping score 26..Q. · , contest. Kreki received top Icor­ byAny unit may have as" many as three in the coming season. Also to back up every honors as he scored 10 touchdowns teams, but only the first t(,am will The Lutes weren't' "up" for this the� returning lettennen are few ing one, particularly on the physical side. Wally Feax led the field of pass­ qualify for unit points. good frosh prospects. Hanhman is and With. the game just ....nder way, Glen with 2 I touchdow.n. pa5ses . League play will begin Decembes.. 3, hoping for a good season, but said, enThe pOSition was fought there will be ample time to hold Huffman, husky end, retired to the "We'll probably end up somewhere for by runner-up bench for the evening after agVavat­ three teams up until the last so few practices and select the squads. . the middle of the standings when game. Clove� a shouldn injury, Creek, Ivy, and Eastern aWith the cooperation of the leason closet." other m�mbers. of th(' team were all fatrly matched teams, but there will be t.he possibility of two or While the "Heinrid: Hex" conhandicapped with various tinues to haunt PLC in football, it On November 30 and December I, three basketball leagues. and towards the epd of the has no effect in basketball. the Lutes will tra�1 to Vancouver, Games will be played week nighu B. 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Studenu whOle academic year will end in January 1952,.Genera1 Hershey Said, �are urged· to apPly (or tbe December 13, 1951, te.t, so they will Any student interested in entering have ICOl"eI in their filea when the the contest'. � Mr. RaNOn for fur- local boa�. recomider their cases in ther dewlt. . J�nuar:Y.

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Bud Later, frr:thman, will give a F.T.A. and Alpha Psi Omega.

talk. and the rest of the evening

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f'Christop her Bean' Due Give Blood! For December 6, 7, 8 - Dec. 12,.1 3 in SUB "The L.te Christopher Bean," first th ....-.ct st.ge production of the year, will .be pmtnted by Alpl1' Psi Omeg., Dec. 6, 7 • nd 8, in the Student Union. Cortain dme is 8 p.m . . Directing the pl.y is �lcolm' Soine, assisted.Ey H.zel John­

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The story cenkn a.round an un­

known painter in an 09Kure rural

American �illage who leaves at his

Ice,Skate Tonight Lakewood Arena;

Save a Life!

PLC will follow the civic group' colleges $ tions throughout tlle af\d donate' blood for

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�ited States, � ·U. N. forces

in Korea next Wednesday and Thun1 2 and 13, in tbe Student

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an actress who "qui.t" Hollywood to co-c.haiiman of make pictures with religious th�mes. Student Council

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will be filled by the movie� "The in chief of the Mooring Mast, sports G lUt riecwon." Coleen Towmend is editor and class editor of the Saga.

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PLC student! who claim th�y arc

1951 Hom«oming, \ and F.T.A.

Arthur Brohad-I.C.C.

and is a n excellent show," ·Staks Erv Sevcnson,

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good." No admission Wlll be charsed. Ex­ _ will be cove=! by voluutiry , ''''' . coDection.. to obtain the film,

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P . Union building. . : :: .. , _ ....:. :: oe :: _ _ _ _ _ __ pay the doctor (or his healing dfom. From 1 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. each day Ice lkating at ' the Lakewood Ice ,.prete. It i, an overwhelming IUrprue to the tau.... lro", the Pier« Co".self..(:en� �ggett family wilen it Arena in Steila� will be the main ty Blood Bank will handle the blood . is learned that Chri'topher's daubi an: �nt on the socw. date tonigbt. The donors. They will be auis:ed by Spun, U really worth a fortune and in demand party, which i, sponsored by WAA. campw .ponaor for the Ba k. A. le a • • . � by New York art critics. A mad scram- will begin at 9:30 and end at 12!30. 100 pints is the goal of the. Bank. Tickets, which went on we yeater­ ble to recover many of the lost canA movi� �ntitlcd, "Bullets and 5.kate ceqb,. 50 day, for selling � the maid, VUCI cDlUO with Abbey. Blood," will be shown next Tuesday rental fee it 30 cenb and bus fare 25 in the center of the fluny. during chapel, which will be held in (F.. picture of debate aqua<!, _ �'4) Through it aU Abbey remains poiaed cents. The tickets are hdng IOld third the SUB. and c:onfiden.t and -in Ipile of all the and fourth periods and all during the Special outst.nding honQr• •nd .wards- were Today in chapel, a soldier, wound­ trouble the problema of both Abbey nosm hour. They will aho' be avail­ to PLC this \Wek by the Tr.ve1ing Debate. it at the door. AU proceeds will go ed in the Korean campaign, Lt. Don­ Wesrern Speech Asspciarion Tournamenr at aDd the Haggett family ' are JOlved. ab ald Burr. talked about the aid that However, lOme complicatiolU � toward letten carned by WAA mem­ 1 9, 20, 2 1 . According to Mr. Tbeodo(e Karl, he received from blood plamla on the their headt before the final aniwen ben for their participation in differcompetition during the thtft was ko:en, battlefield. e,nt sports. are diJc:ovued.. squ.d came b.ck with the - - . - - ....:. Cast in the ma.i,or role of Abbey,. the -

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native villase, ide..9- until Friday, December .14. . cIoI1an ...nh of c:aoh pn.e. tify Mn. Hanett, play«! by Chu- T....ty IottC La Qua.. This produetioa.f mar� .� � a�.lor the �nnlog tongs · fin. appcianultt the of Charlotte iD and ........ rl. fin' piau "",g ..ilI _tic cU:cIco ...... .. ..Pl.C. set a· f6 prix, aDd ....,.. $4. WUiLike biJ �e, Dr. HaQctt it � 'ilU-or lint Priae-foi .),dI will reCeive American; u Dlike bu, b..,oweyer, he u . $5, " for ac:coDd, &.Del $2 for third. jUlt .. �guished and plain .. The winDeR, � the winning toDp abe is cityfied and ornate. He u a ..-cI ydb,-.ill be � in Chapel typical medical, man of tb:e nuar... era. on T��y, 'Qeccmber..J'B. " Dr. Hafl"tt ii -portray«! by Judd . The 1'WP*· .nlUa ccia"'� accordDoughty, who it alsO making biJ iDi- ing to Iris Nordman, genc:nl chairtial ttaii- oa the-PLC-stase--_ -=-_ � � tbe �tt:It �ttee. "u to A �t, unasaun.i.n8', pretty girl oJ act sOme reaDy terrific yeJb for PLc · -Spirit lor '�2."_ . (C9atiDued 00 Paa< 4) starM!ards ' � her

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team, who were also the lei_II las. year.

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committ� an!: Iris cn,irman; Joanne

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Nordman, general this . Freeman, Phyllia the

Bob So�'Fn. Koo Andenon, mea.t.

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Anura Amdahl, Mary Petenon, Carol PLC win . e c o D d· 'p l a c e in the Brace ,Evelyn Simc:os, Larry-p�. se1ifor �ti&ei. Ymr place -swc:cp_, Marlene Naa<1 and Ilicl: Brand.. ._ (c-mucd from � 2) .

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Another portion of the Qtw Chapel- meter. It is hoped th�t in the near

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looking out from the chapel. Worhn fini.hed placing the glass a few da y, �fore Thanksgiving vacation .

'poII,'gh" .. w,'11 be ,' n.talled 'Inside .to illuminate it at night.

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D�bate Squad Wins Honors In Toumey

Three Prof.slors To P.rform Tu..d sy N ig ht' . ety <;Uf,'Id For Tflnl

Ericton and Bill Rieke were

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debate. coach, to compete a nlt International Debaton; Jan. 4.

Professon' Karl Weiu and Theodore Karl witl perform in "An Evening of

lntcrprdivc: Reading." at Trinity The gillS! and coat of mounting toLutheran Church, Tuesday, Ike . 4f (Contirtued from Pagt:: 1 ) . taled $3.000 . Thi. money WaJ donated at 8 p.m. by the Women', Missionary Federa- Slakes was copped by USC with two The duo will prncnt selected rtad. tion of the American LutheranChurch. women', debate kams tieing for first ings for th� Trinity Guild-sponsored The glass was purchased from the place, giving them double poinu. PLC a r gram . It is the feature: of the: Trin� CummingJ Art Co�pany of California had no se:nior women e:ntered in the: y Han,'e:st Fe:stivaJ . and aoo installed . by them. tournament, Professor Byard Fritts will play In the ce:nte:r of the window i. the Bill Ricke: was awarded the: fint organ' 10101 bc=twe:en the: readings. Lamb, symbolizing the: Lamb of God, place sc=nior cup {or impromptu speak� An local residen u and Itudents an reclining on the Book of the Seve:n ing and finishe:? his rounds with an inviU'd to attend. No admiuion will Seals referred to in Revdation . To the: ouutanding record. In senior men s ' be: charge:d, but a rree�will offering right of this is the: AnIl, symbo,izing ute:mp, Alan Hatlen tied for second will bc= takron . . God the Fathe:r, and to the left is the spot. Both Jon Erioon and Alan

Dove or the: Holy Spirit. Above this Hatlen made the finals in extemp and is an open Bible and below it, Lu� discu53ion, N!spectively. I n the lower division Joh n O;burn - ther', coat of anm. Scattered ah9ut are the symbols of the four major Old waJ awarde:d se:cond place in junior Testament prophets and the four evan- men's Ullp�mptu. John ....as . the only �li'ts of the Ne:w Testament, man e:ntered In the Junior diVISion The remaining ,pact:! is filled with WlOmng the flnt place trophy for five: and 'six-pointed 'tan, the sixpointed stan reprNCDting the: Je:wish Itar of the Old Testament. The window is twelve feet in dia·

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�hen the two .tud�nts . from Australla appear here, the y WIll meet the me: te:am. Jon and Bill. which �,,-e sa th� itinerant �eam what -they pub h Jy , . � Ion 131� was their toughest competit w� Ie: �ouring the U. S. lout. }'aT. : . . Thl, IS the highest honor I PLC debator can receive," stated Karl.

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In the oratory division, Joanne wa, awarde:d a Certificate for fifth place. TlUCKS � JOKES Janet entered the semi-final round of c.o.tamc:a _ Taecloel impromptu speaking. 926Y" ---'-9 U"I�ad members left Nov Dn,IIMIW _.,. The ux -. 1 7 at 6 30 a m for Fresno In the eol· lege station wagon, aceompanled by i

junior women's extemp speaking was stayed Joanne Schiel. The junior women's Mr. Karl . The fint nigbt they debate team, Janet Canon and Joanne in Redding, Calif., and reached Fresno at 4 :30 p.m. Sunday. The entire trip Schicf, tied for third olace.

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Stal< .. PLC About thil time C'Ytry Year the Doc. 19-4!tC iI' Sou_ � "",,"".Ioo�" ....:the "'<JO.ftd.pou . at PLt:. ",," .... 01 lbe limdipt aDd book....'. _'I Of ftc. bee...... the �k1ag 01 lbe � F� a. PU::. 12-&att1e U . Coach Marv Hanhmln turn� out . • championohip lootboll team tbla year. but will Arid'this next �AMES to im.. pouible to accom}lrliah in bQkttball. J_A4wc at :� (?:IO) We dn.w this coedUJion beoulJc of J- 5o-Wlobiu at PLC. th, lack 01 help. and' e;q,.ri...d

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Hcy. an you fairway drivcn and green·putten, get th� golf clubs in lha�! As soon as the ground dries and the sun comes back, tbe utter­ man', dub is going to sponwr a Hok· in-One tournkmcnt. So get thOSt irons and woods out and I« how much sod you can PWw up �tween now and spring.

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Coach Marv Harshman awarded 29 letters and two blankets to meD1�rs of his 1951 championship football team. Those �ceiving blankeu were Bill Stringfellow and John Waldorf. • utters were awarded to the follow­ ing; AI Fink, Bob Brog, Forrest Wol· heuter, �orge Nowadnick. Art S�an. _

son, Frank Karwoski, Dick Lanon, Bill Waddell, Ron Billings, Doug Mc· Grath. Dick Griswold, Bill Tollehon, Olio ver Magnuson, Jim Ball, Chuck FonPete Svinth, Glen Huffman, Hdty, Bob Nieuon, Ray Johnsori, Marv Fink, Bob and Roger Madlen. of those receiving letters from Puyayllup high and Lincoln high in Tacol1Kl. Puyallup an�; SwaniOn, Ball, McGrath and Barnes. Ex-

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in Chicago. Freshmen who look like they could crack the vanity squad with a little more eJtperience are Maury Fink. (rom Odessa Rigb, Vern Hanson from Ballard, Gerry Schimke ftom Entiat, and Marv Bolland of Canby, Ore.

This group make's up an eltJXrienced squad with a definite lack of height. PLC d play th,;, Managen for thi. year's team \llre game Saturday night meeting Ernie Templin �d Ted Grotjohn. Pacific JV's at 6;30 in the University .

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Coach Mark Salzman named the men whom he c:ltJK'cts to play at lot of ball in trus game as Maury Fin'-, Mary . Bolland, G('f"ry" Schemke, Vern Han· lon, Don Hefty, Fred Muenscher, Rich Stuhmiller, Paul Steen and Lt., Roy Spitzer.

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will be .....Iy m;JJed it proi.h!y th, undentatemcnt of the year. Harsh ¥i a � of 9 �tterme� f� R.eturning letk�n' include tw\' '.�� ru is a'. hi,bJy publ.i�bed 'invita: lut ytu" · IV.�u1 team to bui1d: on. 3·ycar vanity InCn, Bert Wen. and � .i..b the Canad� city and . LuI '1eUOI ' GerTy Hefty. Two-year letterman iI I" the LuteS btu.hed. ' . In a Cleo Huffman. Huff i, Itill plagued tIW year will ,feature PLe, .Western, . aad. U, .of' Britiah Columbia of thc � place tic � &uterD �n the by footbaJ.J injurlea, won't J;:M: up Bwrlteen. CoDIerence well .. the ' E'VUJ"fftn Coillei'eDce aDd then tron to par ftw the fint few game.. One. ·"ueou� Cloverl�., top iDdcpend-: out owr CPS, WJ;aitwortb and. . £utern yea!' lettermen from iut year', Iquad rat·team O(:'lri tilh Columbia. Putiei· in ·the .late NAill p�yoIfl aad rtprc. � Bro-:n, w� o abo played at � 'I � .� . draw Oppoaenb..",,� , ... .t!��\i<l IAA N � 0!Ympac �tma�. , Bob . tiw. � _ lI'..:t;; .Gd. � ,,- .� " iiii(ii .. ...... � iUuI .ICIIIit . . -;;;:--� :t' �. _. tournament· at K.ane;u City. The IAatei Jack Johnaoft, ,!lio letkred two yean 1QuariD.c off the' rmaJ nicht. breezed to the Tacoma city cham. ago, will abo be a welcome addition alto his '&IUlouDCCd IUnb.m..u eo.ch traVt"ling squad for thiI weekend .. : pioDIIUp by deleatin, sood . CPS to thi. year'. lQuad. Bert Welb, �rry H�. Glen Huff· club rtve timet in • row Noftolette �en who have been 1m. man. Uoyd ��, Ed Brown, Jad ' Loe:t from.. ihis tquad by paduation prcui e rar arc Dick Lanon, 100t­ Jobmon. Bob Rou, R.on Billinp, Car- and �rVicc ' calk were ,ball (ullbac.k, who played hit prep b&.Il net Lund, .Dick Lanon and Don pard, Duant Bercntson, kay GI'ttD itLincoln hiah fn Tacoma, and Don Krejci. " and Lee AmundlOn. Th, that Krejci, who played at Cage Park hi gh __.

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tative, IOphomore claas; vicc.prcsident, L.S.A.; .tudent body president; Vwn!' Club, Blue Key ' and Alpha Sigma Lambda. JOII EriaA:llt-Vice-prcsident, Pm. Club; secretary, Alpha P,i Omega;

pruldent, 'Pi � Delta; debate, Chrimnas Carol,- Mooring Mast .taff.

Hdaa JeDIeII - SecretarY� F.T.A.; I:C.C. 1'CpretCDtativc, A I p h &! Pal Omega, Curtain Call Club... Chonu,

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vice · president, - Lettermen', C I u bi sparta editor, Saga; Va.ni�y football and Lettenne,'. Glee Club.

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,...",..,. Iait woek. The � MEMBERS of the ... .... � p_ ahcm:, George :Nowadaick-T r e a I U r e have reuoa to smile today. TheT ·took .eCoDd. iD the ' HatleD, Joume Sc:bief, loa � JUd, 1m junior clau; president, Le'ttermcn'. sweepstakes at the Westem Speech AIIociatioa uumaJ. Rieke, ProfCillO!' Theodore Karl, -=-cb., ad. lobe 0Jbvra. Club; I.C.C. representative, Blue Key, F.T.A.• Lettennen'. Glee Club, vanity football and baseball.

Douald ReimaD-Pre,iden', ",ph'"

more class; student council reprelentative, junior clau; vice-president, Blue Key; Ski Club; assistant business manager, Saga. Kathryn Reule - Se,cretary, Linne Society ; pre.ident, ,,()rchestra; Choir oC -the 'West, Tauels, F.T.A. and lead. in pla�. "Doll', Hou�," "Now and Forever," and "The Importance of Being Earnest." Thelma Staswic.k-President, AWS; secretary, Spun and Viking Club: Chorus, - Linne Society, F.T.A., Saga staff, co-chairman of 195 1 May Day,

LSA Plans Spri'IICJ Retreat In OrlH)on (Continued from Page

Nine Students N�med Marine Reps.

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Nine Pacific Lutheran students, all

memben of the Marine Corps Relerve, at the University for several weds. Plans for the Spring Retreat are have been appointed voluDtetr Offiabo being scheduled by the Regional cer Procurement officials. officers. Pos.sible dates, Feb. 22 , 23, They are Ron BiDing. and Bob 24 and Feb. 29 and March I, 2, have Breg. Bill Hash, Milt Hefty, Dale been �t. However, final arrangements Keller, Doug Klein, . Bob Leiter, Bob will be announced' later. The execuMcAdams and James Williamson. ti\'e council will meet during the fint The students win lerve as contact da t; and registration will begin that l repre,..n"ativeo on the campu. for the . nmg. ev en the current Dr. George FefTiII, important LU­ themn church fiJUre, has been asked to speak for the Retreat. Dr. Ferrill and L.S.A. in Idaho at this time. Duane Ulleland..-..Vice-praident, will be Excitement is also mounting for the student body; president, Viking Club; to be held at Camp vice-president, Alpha Phi Omega; four-day work,.$op --��--;--Or(:gon, May 10, 1 -president, Roller Blades; MiS$ion So- Menuche, M(:nuche, camp is situ,;,ted 30 purpose of tb(: T�ning school ciety, Kappa Rho Kappa, I.e.c., 1 1 , 12, 1 3 . The and several to train present and future L.5.A., Lettennen's· Club, and varsity miles east of Portland in LSA to more effective miles ba,;k from the Columbia river. track. th thil year's and next Bo will attend, " will probably be ..I«,ed '0 HOURS: 7:30 A.M. TO 6.00 P.M. repre..n, PLC. A total of 35 '0 40 people are expec'ed '0 a'le,d. 756 St. HeI...••

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STELLA'S FLOWERS Artistry in. flOtvers.

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"for Blue X:ey. Theee boys havt: �ined diffe�nt parU of thC cam"... to other ,tuclen", Sub-chainnen are: Jena KnudJen and Judy Bargman, libraryj Jobn Unia and Margaret Winten, upper SUB; Joyce The program will abo include muGem and Don Keith; lower Old Main; sieal aod variety entertainment. As I eonttiibu';ng Helen Enger and Verne 'NewhOUlC, in former yean, proceeds will be given u�r Old Maini Steve Kennedy ,_ to charity. -, I 'uddled wit of Doctor Haggett, how· Marianne Pfeiffer, upper SUB. Each l,. group will chooee a theme for coupled with the hUlbaDd Grid a..qu.t Slated ing endeaVOR of Ada, � to see.up-kbuilding. The theme fpr the libdry - "Winter Wonderland." planent for the laGk of �nuine th a w g t �;...It u:: I�:. �e .:o ';: t':: �� b'.;�:!'�! �p�I�::':': menu the IUrprise eodaad ,climax of 01. boaor iD DiPt, tomorrow the east end of the library, reading for ing are handled by the acton with room and one in the upper SlJB. The the 1951 EverpeeD football admirabl traditional wreaths, candid aDd holly champa, hal beca caDCdkd. Bee- lkill. (Coatinued on pace 4) will abo be: evident. , c:aue al coaffic:t:iac n"tDb IIIDf Anyone who hal holly to donate or .itE the ...... _· wIII _ be who woulp like to gather pine bowl able to atteDd, tbe atadeDt bocly­ thi, afte�oon ahould lee, Paul Waags· � dUmu .... paoOpoII04. mo. UI!lplfiaH

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Annual A lplw. Sigma' Shooter Ski Club Eleds Yule .e,arty ite"fd Brog Prexy; Plan Deco 20 in SUB the m,.t thriU- Trips, Style Show ln probably iog finishes that will ever occur in Bob Brog Becoming. an annual Yuletide traelected ....

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president of thil lpon, the ftnt annual Shark-eye the PLC Ski Club for the 1951-52 dition, the Alpha Sigma Lambda Twelve pledges wit..' be: formally I . Following the initiation, the new Shootera' Tou�ent. was held Mon- school year at iu fi,Nt meeting, Mon- Chriltmas party, featumg a IInOrs»-. day afternoon on the tables of the day Deetmher initillted iJito the PLC chapter of memben and their datea wilt have bord, has been ac.heduk:d. for ThunTo ! , informal get-togetbtr at Camp Kil2oology tab, . . ,her 20, in the Alpha Phi 0Inep, nabonal servu:e worth. Boy Scout camp near Brown'l Jeru ' KnudleD. the pre-to�rney fa- �rving with Bob will be Glenn �y evening.. Decem - vorite. was forced vice-president· Connie Jacob- Student Uruon B ildinS'. fraternity, tomQrrow night in the li., Point. to come from he- Werner J Liming, of this .. ��t � brary. The 'candlelight alfair will beCJeaa Up p_. hind to narrowly edge out sophOmore IOn, se�retaryj Ca�f 'Schuler, treaJ- ci.al sctence orp.n1D�·l"Cq\&CI ts that urer and - Iris Nordman IDkr Club gin at 7.p.m. Gold fllh and new watcr iily plantS DoD Keith, 2..6, 5-3. 5-3. representative. The membe:n all :""ho pIa� to .atteDd .abouId. brine ThoR who MlcceafuUy CChDpleted added to the fiah pqsid and the It might be be:tt to expla.in the Cou�cil an I naptmlYe sift, c:oIb:D� DOt . of the various committees will be aptheir pledge prOject and thus qualify adjacent area. was genc:ral1y bright- �rt. On a table a � ' it poInted. at the Mxt �ting, Wednes- than 35 cents; and alto, if' poa�, for m�p _ �: J:JaroId �en, eoed up b)' Alpha Phi memben last in which are arranged the bard,dra� rouDd lOme tasty � for � � . '", Richard ' Brandt,:' mOD Davia, Jack Saturday. leDl.of ' ahari: eyes..'Then lrom.Cltab- day evening, December 12. . The cl� �� m�tes people Foote, t)teve Keooed.y,"Gii . 1tIew&lO, Now aba, the.eoDdition of the pond Jished Ii�c lincs.--c6l;DpCticOn shoot in Among the many events the Ski mtercsted � at. In .any IOCial is planninS' to IpODIOr are a Clu,b Richard Kllutzcn. Morria�,.J�. � been mtoredto its previous the ndthe e ,� , �leIt.ed �. of 'lrad Iki-style Ihow, movies and. weekend tend the af(au. sdfon, Dwight Seymour, JerrY Sbef..' � the cooperation of the uudent school -boy at�uiarbIes. �$coriD8' it 'by he club baa hopes of having feb lU>d Duane TolIeIlOD. bodr is mod br co-<hairmen of the the. number of .... knoclfed lrom the tljl'" T . an ovemight lki trip to M� Hood' i '--- Party at C':"'A.'S Performing the rite will be Chapter clean-up committee, Dick Bonud. a'nd ciicle pA�:..:pa�_g. ,' ..... _ "--me weekend after the beginning of won. President Phil Vorvidc, aDd Dean of Anton JoluuoD., in keeping bike riden IU U... uu n the '___nt lO Mn. Creso, PLC Piology proie,lOl", lemester. Men, Mr. L. E. Eklund, eb.a}niwalof .aDd would-be fllhennen out of. it. Were membe'n of the Comparative theI ,p�n� was host for 27 II\Cmben of Linoe regularl! � the fmt Society at her home' .Tue.da.y the orgaaizatioo" adviJory commit- The lily plants and gold foo Anatomy c1ui:,' or "OlJJ3.n Guild," .. t wtll . meet night Wednc:sclay DIsh-a of �ry for thl� donated by Anton', it it nicknamed (the 'Jtudenu study and 1 Chris tmas ,anD\la its party. month, =__ organs). Under the direction of Coach = "'== = = __ "-___= ==== Leraas" inlerested .tud�tI traiDed ' . drilled for da,.. for the final '?t. Be' ConJ' Bv In the hotly COftteited coDJOiauon ':J ij nned , .! ma,tch, An>old G......... barely ed� ' KnudJen for the thin! p1ace R e, �, �-' - y 1,-, Hht -at 7': . -' &UU J AT.° . : . -� ' , Miss KnutleD, highest ranking Termina tinS' tlIeirItQdy of Lutheran .' R.ev. E. B. St.et:n. colleje pattor, signa of Deivou'.nca in easy abots while lOlling to the dOctrine, which �n September �, � c�Dduct the Ie�cc. Dr. EutvoId the calm, Iteady play of GregonOn. The, under the �cc of. Rev. KeImer � ClVC' � Rev. . match lcore 5-3. and. R.oe will �rform th� baptiam R.oe, nine penoos wiD. be CODfirmed ' : .. fj.rmatiOn. " - ':('he final, 3-matcb round devel� . " - 'a ·..a\ donnehrook alter Keith SOllIday niabt the Tlini,!.Lutheran David &Au...... PLG _cleAt, will add a voc:al JOlo to -the JC:MCC, Preti. the rtnt Jet' 6!-2 from the chape1.at 7:30. . ima .. deDi of LSA, John R.... will preoent the ICon: otan� SIx ' memhen. . of tI,e CooIiu. second match,'Knudlen wai c:laa will be _ptized abo. They ue: each coofirmaDd with a pin, em­ up agaiDlt it. ·The.., fluh, Judd i1!>ugh.ty, Terry S� Carl blematie of LSA. briniancc he 'had mOWll iD: S� and'David ITb"Orpe, aDd Mr. Following the IeMce, a receptioG, be took the decidii>g � Mn. AI Nebon. The two Ncboa will be held lor them in the FrieDeI. arid couted ·thJoup the Iut ehildren. Marty lU>d Ralph. will abo ship Room � tb.e Parioh 1WJ. Any Itudent interaeed ill � \ be t.ptized. 5-3 over a tirin& Keith. Clay m,.mbe:n are � planniDg � � other three confarmaucls are iDlt!nlctiou ,DC-Xt te:IDtJ� ma,: � ... _ . ..... to Challel>8" . thO AU.....,. � �tftdt; Mn7- _-Bied<- 1Ir" Roc. -The w.. will besU!. - .� � the middle of February. .trud and Bill Uttinser. · ' c:laa in '• .cai-eye COIltclt. was

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Ton yoars ago �oday, as the first tpc.. of dawn lighltd �..r1 Harbor, where the proud Unittd SlateS Pacific Floet lay al resl month vacation in winter. in its falJt bavon, Japan... dive-boll)bers sptd downward; dropped Paul IlUlllliDt We had gone to a . tbtir bombs and ·ran for their lives/Thus hegan [he most destruc­ Bautam farm, wlK:re a cock fight was tive onslaugbt the' world bas seen: supposedly the war ro md aU being held. I remembu one Chioete wars. But a new aggressive power has 3rism in the East. the wbo bad a lign on the outside of his Soviet Union, To combat the Godless plan of [he Reds, the car, "I am Cbinete." Ben McCracken - I was in the Uniitd States has again bern plunged into a war, a so-called localized war. Mounling totals of war-dead are reported in our chicken coop fefi'iin g 300 chickens.

the sYmbols ' Which

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The following stoy is certainly a wonderful example of how God answers our prayers. An old. pious woman and her grandson. abour 20 years of age. lived in a large house on the out.skirts of atown that was being invaded by Cossack troops. As the soldiers = = __ infiltrated. they went everywhere in the town. demanding lodgI"" ing. The old woman got on her knees and prayed that [he Lord would build a wall �round the house to protec t them. All afttt­ noon the troops took over homes all around them. but tbey rode past their house. That night. a violent snowstorm raged. The next morning 60 more Cossacks entered the [own seeking lodg­ ing. All the houses we", filled, but still the troops didn't approach this bome. Later [he grandmother and youth saw the rtasOn. A hug. bank of snow bad hem blown against the house duting the . storm. making approach to it impossible !

MARGIE'S BEAUTY SALON

-Art Broba<:k

CORSAGES

STELLA'S FLOWERS

Many of us would like to be in the front line. buc let us re­ member. " They also serve that only stand and waie." Or could paraphra" [he statement a bit and say ; Who only kneel and pray.

Let us heed the words of the Psalmist as recorded in Psalm 5 0 : l 5-And call upon me in the day of 'trouble: I will deliv�r !her. and thou shalt giorify me. - David Nesvig.

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the J apanetc: attacked Pearl Harbor.. She ex. and told me In

on deSCribe this ring, . only to say you will have to lee it to appreciate il

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- Here on the h�me front. patriotic citizens are supporting our troops by purchasing wac bonds. donating blood. writing leners. and sending food. True, these things are all morale, building. bu. are, we remembering them in tbe most powerful way that we -through prayer? It is certain thac our enemy is a puppet handled by Sacan himself. His most dreaded enemy is prayer. lee's ut,i'lize le.

will

Rainier foc. l�tion,' and the new chapel with the steeple and c.rou to lignify ' the ChrUtian atmosphere on the campul. It is rather difficult to

buddy bunt in and told me the

newspapers daily. along with sordid tales of the starvation and severe weather that our boys are battling, but it's st�1I a " Iocal war" to the average U. S. citizen.

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Lute Quint Vs. Black Sox Jodrney Lut�ra� Take Second place; ' r.:��.::; �m; Seattle V. In .......-- ,-..-, West. Washington T� Title ..l�Three North �. j ' ' Non-ConI' LUTf I � Ut . '3. "' ....... am t T . G ournamen ' e 'a" DU'sr ' BJacbos . LC m IE ' , -' LOC � N, . .. period y i. the ht, pulliD,.a PLC o!>"n..i this 1951,.52 buketboll rus � . :J: �I':;: �= ..:. 2':::, lui weekeOO i. the Totem

at Vancouver. B. · C., by , P meetl OI1e of tbe t t The PLC will travel nom wilUliDI over the Vanc6uver Ei�n cp QmS .. oi1hwest (orusht �be . wben they this , weekeDcl for three �F-&11 1 ....0 OIl Friday hi ht " and thea d 5 Journey to Seattle to Inttt the .tron, • fOp. ") Canada. tI".ndaY, the 11acbox b t to W�tem !kattle U�Venity Chief 46 45 taim. ::' . the Chilliwack Aisiet ,at f lowiDS The Chieb are off to a· rail .tart Friday. the UBC lV. �t The Lute. -led all the way F-:iday with a rrcord of 6 wins and one aad. die New Wettnlintter lou . Thil hilh-sc0r101 team WOD ill Abbollford" Saturday. Memben of thit yeai'l fint four pmH, averasins' over eO , poiDIl per game. Their lODe lea wu team are Stan MontOn, '

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a 74-11 affair ap.ilUt th� U. 01 Idaho

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� iead. riu. Itad in. iftCrealed to at Vaneouver, B. C. 40-33 at the .tbree-q� � aDd We IJ.ad. predicted that &bey would theD the Lukl ran out of guo Not a C� iD thIrd witlt Wntel'D WMhin,. wu d e i n the final quar. .... fin', UBC .....00 and CIoYerbf, mad r..1 sooI 'tet and 6 foul lllofl were milled, any Iut.. We IhoUld . bave �ikbed VIC

8':sketbal l Prog.lIm Pu�, ' "-n'I';n''<g� �� ��=-�i:tthew; :��g�tJ'::'���9� �:;:-��:'''!.�J:: ;:::'('�:o:d�'::":";'� t "'e ' ry pme wb;le they def..ted Wuhin,....

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POI (46) Vaocouver PLC ( 51 f�m the larger distri�t!. The U niver- Ht:fty ( 1 1 ) Fo�tb F ( 8) sity league tuau be thl'< only (Continurd on Page Two) (3) B � F ) 7 ( Huffman . t t t on The vanity game will be carried over (2 l LlZCC C ) ( foreign problems. Born of miuionary . tl"am h i�:�i�l :i:eu:� radio nation KRSC. ( 3 ) Bell Wells (8) G parents in China, she took her hig�r the College lugue. own Br (6) Munro (8) G education in Potsdam, G e r m a n y. Games will be played on Reserves: ( n 1 ) , PLC-R ou Eutma There in 1924 .he waa married to Mr. and Thunday �venings. I n If you have no inteatioo of paying ( 2 ) , LanDa, e Luad . , Kohls, who had served aI a miuion­ . ( ) � jci event that there is a vanity game it back, borrow nothiag but trouble. Bllhnp. Etlen--Mltc:beU (6). BI"D"'D . ary in China for 13 yean. Together any of these evenings the gamrs '( <f ) , Moses ( 3 ) . Weathrrspoou ( 3 ) , , they returned to tM:' Far Ealt under be played 1ft the afternoon of Walt. th(' aU!pices ..oI the Berlin Missionary day, ' Wby Not Some Society. (-46) W ern PLC ( 45 ) Pas GOLF EQUIPMENT INTRAMURAL SCHEDULE The Kohli have five children, three (2) Lindberg F Hefty ( 1 5) For C1irlotmu? girb and two boys. Three of th('m Uaivenity League (8) Ilroc:J. F Huffma. (6) were born in China, pne in Hong Monday, Dec . 10-8:10 p.m" Cen­ Lu.d ( I ) (9) Woodman C Kong, and onr in Hawaii. tral Parkland va. Eastern Parkland; w.1ls ( 3 ) ( Ill) Soott G 8 : 1 0, Wrostrorn Parkla.nd VI. Tacoma. Browa ( 1 0 ) (-7) ADdenoa G

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the P.U' nor the futuI'C teemS ... important as the �. is .1 day � wbich DC!�, d pJUCat. Ai lOOn .. the 61'1t bouah or pide or twig 01 gilded �-fCl� the oo�y we y. �. AImoat WIthout invariably yidd to the overwbdmiq sPirit of the approaching bolida briRht nood IUId � wamioa: today' we t...cl ' lo become b.apdeoily loot I.. the .......>thof Irdful Rhts of �ttrapJriop. So "'- we allow .... ,.;ttda. to _ 'dutteftd w \bat th1...0<S<t tha� 1. aU day b .... JbcJppioa:,' family eli...... . . .... .... .. ...... oU � Itt tiMplidty thit it the blrtbclay of a Ku.,. Vet oomewbe� 1.. the wUfonn """!...OG �. . . of lit ongioal g1i�, � a birth, whteb brilliaDt .... of the Bethlehem pIai. Iooeo a portioo COIIU � ,of onc.al .fCD ilt swept away aDd supplanted .0 other h iD itl oinl aDuiac importaIi ' time il ll>itUmizod in itII glory. . ' , . became iD�ngly There'it .. .. told 01 • little girl wbo, � the Yuletide approached d ...�.p 01 e .ll ... ""cited' about Sao.. Claw; ttodU.p at the eblmoey, aDd � the.oth., ti the ieuon.. SbC beeUae 10 deeply perturbed that on the ntgsbt before the �'"\I''''wa.tted day, yiog the Lord' In abe koe1t to 'pray .e bec&me very m\lch confwed. pra , Prayer wben abe came to the peti� "ForPve u.I our trespaaet, abe forgot henell and said, "Forgive our a T the b rate this day. y � �= � � .� � .. ... � � ,� ,,:,� �' � oC�:: It to euy��;o&y .... � '1\)Play �- -. -..L:r.04-_ . '''0 '\In alsebra we fmd th-.a the letter is Commonly uted to cIelipa&e an u� quantity. As a \fnivena1 .bbreviatioa. in spelling Chriltmu ir seems to .y that Chrilt baa becpme an unknown facior in'the c::oeimtemOoi-at D 01 the day of Hil �rth. In itlelf it singularly denotes '. a trend in modern IOciety awaY4� the original �ng_ A university profeaor or .,.yc&ology to telt ract pw: a word-lUggestion quiz to, hia then to unite immediately the flnt cl.au. He wed im ltudenta to word thought ihat flashed into their the papen had been coUected, �

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Pacific Lutheran's Choir of the West, Chorus, Band, ' . Lettermen's Glee Club. and the newly organized Madrigal Club to p..... nt the annual Christmas Concert in the Memorial gymnasium.

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Complete new line of bakery good" will be held in the Open from Patty Ann', Bakery, DCW pop women', dormitory preceding the an­ 1 m a c h i n c: lporti�� vvr-n �,.r,. ""us DUal Christmas concert Sunday afterflavor'S, and a proo:ule of the Juke box nooo. The Pacific Northwest Bird and bein g repaired are the latest devdopRooms will � opt:n to visitor'S (rom Mammal Society will meet on the PLC menu to mergt= from PLC's ham- � �u:n:til�'�3:'3�o�p�.�.m:� . ____ 2 ' OO campus tomorrow evc=ning at 8 p. m. burger heaven Bob ls5ued an appeal to those Itu- r All students are i n\'i t� to .hear Dr. Welley Clanton of the Wa.shington dents who bring their lunch and de­ �eaI State Health Departtru:n: l, who will' ,in: coffee': or milk, to please utiliu: T1UCKS • ]OKES - MAGIC be the chief .pealeer. the facilities provided for them. KnutMr, Harry Lunetti of the Tacoma son further Jtated that any organiza­ Cotroma - T"l'""- - SerpmIme Health Departmo=nt will show movies tion desiring rdn:ahmenu, could order MA. 41161 .od talk alto. through him.

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of Pi . . Kappa , . opcCch boD6r "";ety. 10.--1 u .boot Farty.fM pi. Coach' Mary Hanhmai> Will toR .. lIf. bIocJd w= "'1i) At i.. lint orpoized ting 01 a ._ party b_riII. the leeted buketholl ....;. i.to Ore,,", the yea . he lar the AnDed. Fo"", oa the I'LC SkI Club made cIeboie IqUIIIb r t PLC aDd CPS. of fant day of the 5........- Blood wc;ek lor a _ ...... trip..Tbe .....tiv< pIaIII lor d , t PLC'.

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he aa i.terp�..ti",;. .....i•• "T . oeveral w. ri.,. � by Approldmataly �5 deboten . Irom _. Tbe", ...� 68 � Other W.... .. ... p....a;ct .. ta ..... Pacif .. U. i. r..... G...... 'elected Mr. aDd loin. ltarI Stanvik � oeI>ooI, Iad�. Prol aM Worley. Carol !!...... JUD Tr1\YDOf. Lu ., K,uI aDd d-. bot 23 ...... tumed don. ' OIl eoday. I>ec:e'!!IJu 18, ODd thea dub adviIen. Tu . aDd Iris Nordman. Dr. Gbartea Battia. CPS Il'"'D'ia CoIcb ..... the main ......, of .... . to AIhIaad the I�. oIpt AD ovemJsbt trip to Mt. Hood io cca<h, ...... e tertaiaed FoIIowin. the MOW. "'d..� �rom In"" at the get. . .... . Sou" <maoft Co1JeI<. the ocbedu1e4 far the weekeDd be.... PLC take pan •• � trod.�� to .. .....r.,. . arronged by Edith E.gd. . IIood _� lOt ••p. in the Christmas earoliD acbVlbcs, VWbDg , • Jaauary 26 to 28, E he n Not � much g It� the .....uq'. eatartai.· � � .ol.t UnId the fa1iVe �_. be··aD aU«hooI affair . boma 01 the 1...lty i. the Parkland meat ... a . mock" debate Go he nibdub wbiIe . �if,,: ' t worken' ' from the 'T�.. .....d by tIHi SkI C1uD. Coauni- iKt. "Rcoo/ved: that ..... .io ..... pn>b::bIy aDd oup. COuntY IIood _ .dn!w the ;,;.. a ·tbriIIi;.g· ,.;. the trip have" been appoi.ted. Don to be btiad." PLC', _ _ten, Joa nOid. F';'I. JUiCe. �ee io i. ebarge 01

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IIadgen IWinaa � �'gb,�e ... '6' 00..... Simlti... . ��, -.:::.''Bi:)f; .

"Christmas Con eert" (CoDtiDued IroDI

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adva .... wi

football eDd, at the .�.e� ""--:•.,...." " ;" -" ·r,· ·· . �.' �"- ,:

, 5;.; �tt:;a.oit :.o;J'�'''�Ma. At Ead. deatt and Vice praident 0( the club the rut break uted: by .�DY zapcetively, 'recen Two nwnbcn ._ the Choir �y eon(e� with --in by . .. th'e du'" this year, Pacific learu to ad ChoNs, "Jau Bam�':n Ski Club president and and recede the .lowt-r &lid IMtt c:oauervative type .the CPS iler. CPS hu offered the we of its p Sbepberd. Fait Asleep, v of play. The Badgen have not been p' lod the cloains of the a lr:;t. :;;e ach� oo impreuive jn sameS' to date �ties :' at CbiDook P... and fa. grouP. compoec:d of beIn. t They will offce

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loved. ChriJtmaJ soo.g.. "Beaut iiul Saviour," and "Silent Night." .

Soloi.u for the Choir IlI't Barbara Johansen, Madani Cazimero, Marga�t Thompson and Eleanor Hanson.

Delicious Hamburgers at the

Lineup':

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7 Haberle

House

CIutes Start:

Thunday Nite, 8:00 ... .1 0-.50 Week doys, 2:00 to 6:00

Get Your Grease Job Before GollICJ Home

SPECIAL S1.50

BriIlCJ Student Body Cards N. W. MOBIL &AS STAnON 38d> aDd

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" aI ' DELUXE

club

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rebuttal period own constructive arpmenta. '_ _ -' _ '_

niva! with a ski �ueen, et ce�era, were dilCuued. Allo It was deetd� that the club would havr a �platn com-

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A MERRY CHRISTMAS ' TO ALL P�L.C, STUDENTS AND . FACULTY PAm ANN _AIERY

AIrport aDd PodIIc A...

HOWELL Sportfng Goods DILL

Parkland Center

� WuIoiatrtaD

D A NI E L S HAR,D,WARE

them. .

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Eri � BiD Rieke took oppo.. oi Coa�",. ...:re ...<.I after .... do- ' lid.. ol lbe q....i... aDd SbeiIa Ryan ; ..� .. I. ", and.. Jackie HodpoR from CPS weft .

The poaibility of a PLC SI " Car.

PouoaIa: Y- AomrtIoen

'lite Clay

MERRY CHRISTMAS GIdcIIator ServIce

WASIL .

wi.ba to we

mittee i n �arge 9i' devotlon! on the Caley �kend tnps. ' ( 1 2 ) Pehanick , . The duC'S, /payable any \ urne to G ( 4 ) ScheU BiII,n", ( 6 ) (0) ro MeBar n Carol. SchUler. a'" 50 ..n... cAbo. the G Larson (8) Ski: Club emblenu, ,1 .25, c;an be R=rv,,-PLC, Hanson (6). D . ...rebued 'Irom Connie Jacohoo.. Hdty ( 2 ) , S.uhmill<r, Fink. Muon,·

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TACOMA

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the PLC

apinal Junior Col1e:ge and lndepcn. teams. PLC (4-t) Bolland ( 2 ) K�;ci (3) Schimke ( 1 2 )

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Tacoma

Parldclnd Pharmacy Rexall Drugs Pacific

Ave. & Airport Road

· New Bank Comer

FROM THE

College Coffee Shop ' ,WE WISH EVERYONE , J,( MERRY C�RISTMAS

St.

Centre

Cleaners

Wishes

You

Very Merry Christmai ADd a

Happy New Year

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VERN�S

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iiAMBURGE�

Old Fubioaed FISh 111 Chips H....... bab!d Pjes 111 4kesFull Fountain Service

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", Rieke, Etfcsa� .� lJ�bate; Tomorrq·w·

The ".o ri�1i

College Purchases Two New:.Buses; To Sell Old Ones

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FI;"hing the.. name- of a�fic Lu- . � theran. C Uege t�roughout the NC?rth­ : weat in the futuu wiU be the

.. \_-'-?������ ���d� �, �e fleet

dunn!

Chrutm21 vacation,

The 1945 Flexible models wiD

platt the delapidated

Corps

whJch

will be

now in' use, The two bUIeS,

have

sold.

IC"rved PLC since 1947, •

Bn:merton Stage Company, which is

switching to diesel bl,lses. Twenty­

nine pauengers plw the driver can

a�

be accommodated in the reclining seats

·. · .to pIT·C , eturns hughl:n. R .LA. . ,

l l ing �all.tnldar

LI{aV�.- w.ca;l p:'(t� Vnllgpy> p 1""' �r:1'_c1;!·Ilre,:-St_�D:- ·-4c._�:·� II

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By Dave NtPig

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Students In Favor Of Music Festival

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is concerned, it was a flop, ' to most of th"c rooters. Thirty percent of the ' gate receipts One of PLC's all-time great hoopand a disappointed crowd was PLC', sten, Harry, returned to Parkland as .hare: from the Tuesday night exhibimember of thc travding House a tion contest between the barnstonnins HOUle of David ahd star-studded David squad, backed by a bar«:1 full of presll "clippings as the B:eards' numBreweR, local outfit. The �oney, donated by ' th� spon- bel' one scon:r and clown, A nearcapacity crowd turned out in hopes lOring Taconlk Athletic <.;oomng"On, of seeing Harry dig into his bag of W1U enough to buy new tricks ar.d put on a top-notch show, the Lute hoop squad .. ln that with his hall-handling and shooting the game was a wizardry. But they were diSapPointed. _ The Da,\·jds' f.oe apparently wasn't awan: that the !PqIe lWas an exhibi­ tion, or that lOme 2,000 Renon, l}.ad come with that in mind, Consequently, in their efforts to win, they employed a two and JOmolimcs three-man de­ fentr F' McLaughlin. wu so bot­ According to ProfeSlOr Theodore tled up m ost . of the time that he Karl, the dudent teat vote: for �e couldn' t think about clowning, let Music-Drama Festival was highly fa­ atone ICOriog. Harry' . · total for ' ' VQJ"abIc �defmite plans are n�w be­ nigbt-:-7 poinb. ing � for the oecu.ion. • The vote was � mainly to 0b­ tain the amount o( interest frOrlII the stu�ents in a Mwic-�� fCltiv� frQln 'May 1·3, wlUcb �ould �cludt: five' major a.od anDounce . the official opeDipa ,to!' the MUII..s� buildioC. . net... !O th restival, ,:",�,,·u"''!f -:�....,. wcoa!d � $6 ,; .tick� ror . , the balCODY, adultiapd it\!denta the t.JCODY at "'.50' " tiCket aa.� a tick�t for ltatl :in front ' of the bal-

����������� �"�Harry

8:00.

Sunday-.-LSA, 6:00, suB. Monday-ICC, 6:30, L- 1 1 4� Kappa Delta, CMS-122, 7:00; DRG Cabinet, 12�30; Lettermen's Ch'oNs, 1 2 :30, M-I09; WAA, gym, 7:00 ; night, 8-9. Facu1ty' Key Forum, 7:30, in SUB ; Spurs, girla' lounge, 7:00, Wednesday - Mission Society, SUB, 7:00; WAA turnout, 9:00, Thunday-S. C.• 6:30; �ission eiety, Old Folks Home, 6:15; S-I08, 7:�; AWS, SUB, +:00.

Pi

Press Club Elects; Plans Busy Year

were

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The pl'C'sent school fa«: is not ruper­ ceded or altered in any respect. Trans· fers wiD be , issued on tbe ne�v fate :. all usual, new fare is be.ing tried experimentally. for, a of 60 days to sec ' riding can be jncteased· enough to it permanent. Many intcl'Cl.te4 in city are of the op�ni,,", a low.. la.... w9uld make It �ble for a . g"*t. many �ofC Y.QWl1 .people. to atte� wo.�,:"

This

period. if·'student e �, IrouPt the

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to Sun.day During �ir yean at PLC Remember, if you. an: a college stuhave brought bonor to the camdent, all you need IS a student body by their many tournam . ent vic- or student activitY ' card and 10 cenis s torie . year of competi- and yo" can ride !?nywhe�, at any N ow in hit fourth time on the TraNit Company's sys· (�ntin� on pqe 4) tern inside the city lim�ts,

��First, Flop" On TOlJ-ight

Blue Key to Give Forum Tuesday

The r....hma. clau will 'po"",nh. "Fint Flop of " 52," a mixer for all A n:pi'c�ntativc of t)l,e State Per­ PLC'eR, tonight at 8 p.m.: the sound Board in Seattle will address Student Union building. Admission is a vocational forum on TUClday eve:· thirty-five cents, ning, January. IS, in the SUB at 7:30. Mn. Young will be on hand to lead Blue Key, junior and .senior men's folk gamtl and talented (rahmen will honorary, is sponsoring the forum. appear in a short prograIl!- afterward. The talk will cover the following sub­ Among the 'oddities of the evening jects: health, social security, employ­ be the Hawaiian punch serv�. ment, 'ICCUrity{ fllheriel, and the Di­, ;Brace, anotlJ,e:r talehted frosh, vision of Children and You� Sc:rvice� stir it with her feet. go 'to The entire student body is invited those who find toenails in th�ir punch. to attend this aeuion on vacations by The froth promise that this mixer Don Ellertaon, president of the spona real FI P. ani tion. onn ._ _ _ _ O;,. __ _ _ _ � _ ;,. za ._ .._ .._ _ _ ...:. ... _ . _ _ O'I< ;,. _ .__ ·_ _ .....,.

in

Of Auditorium rostpolned ' Until Jan. 29

will a,.ssem· U.nion. lounge and ' body president, 9J.dent . -two manhaUs io arrange for the proc.essj�n. .'Ihue. � w;.u, I:te an academic. procea­ 'ioit i�. ihl'S�d�Dt Union Building · O Jo,,!a,l!l .will be the

cp.

first

CI""ion. Dr, S. C . EaJ'tvold will condJ.lct the dc!votions (t¥ the fint CODurt ' in the chapel, tQ be presented by "the St. Olaf Choir .the �ening of January 26. ' The d�l'ed program arranged by ._ W, the. "diaPcl, .lClCmcJo.., �Jee.. will of ,the faeulty. The. college: band will be seated in be announced at a later date. .

vi9�JK�IenI"I· �Il�ti. in·.charge t �::�:;':��; I.::� '·:�

.... ... ¥. """' plan to have an activc :year,

men,

'�"""' Y,_,.l will be

'performancea

tion and planning of this fe..tiva!.

mtema

prizes

tak'�n

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to

plus six in jump seats, if nece!Sary. Powered by Buick Roadmasttr eight engines, they are painted blue and ' white with Pacific Lutheran College in black and gold above the windows. A�rding to Ken Jacobs, plant, manager, the coaches will be: in the garage behind the , gym. scheduling for the U5C of them it be made ghrouSh him . .

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parttclpa o . . te , the . .. debate last year when PLC m�t . . � UD Each year �itute of Intu. national Education sends- ' a debate c· b and he tJ' S � presen�ti: de . bate w1D�e,r , Euro�. . . The vlSltmg team thiS year will of John Boyd R�id ' of MeItTniversity and ""Robi� R. Millof the University of Adelaide. team tnc:mbers an; law students. tWo Awtralians are n-oW touring California. debating at Univenity California, Stanford; St. Mary's and San ·JOse. On Friday; they will debate at the University of On:gon. Followthei. de�te be... "'ey wiD 'ravel '" to the University of Idaho. EriCIOn and Ricke both senior di-

They were purchased (r 0 m the

Studentl atteDdinl" the ', College: of' Puiet Sound, Pacific Lutheran Col- . ' lese or biSh tchoola may ride ,for 1 Oc' withiD. �� dty.�ta'''t any time on any day ' upon . the 'presentation o( a body ' or atudent activity card of�"'" fare. 5t udenll m the � .. -: . � -S p . panaway area may uSC" the Pe:'" .fare for � � ion of the ride WJthlO the _citY h a uts .. Int� nnethate and grade schootstudet.lts w;i1l not be required to have an etivity card to � take advantage of thIS new reduced . fare.


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Friday, January It,

THE MOORING MAST

19�2

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Debators Win at SPC; Three JQumey to Vanport

The PLC junior debate team had another of ill UJU.ai. field daYI. at the Seattle Pacirie College tou"marnent, January .. and 5. Despite: the fact that IDOIt of the aquad wu .till vacationing, tlte Lutes lent to the Queen City a strong contingent, made up of John 0Ibam. John Rydrn:n, Jbn Traynor, and Gay NetS. ( Thoup Hugh Hafer, �OI'1'! from St. Martia'. tame tbroup with

" jo/Ui ,�I ""'e � ....l"tion to � any,rtdutiona and by * * ina It 1 'i.�' it. " Journeying to the Vanport Junior .'llIIe �We rnoIvtd to be nice College Di.Cuuion Tournament, to be to BlUe 'Key iDemben-when we laW reaOIUtioDa.

live reading.

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held ' in Portland Monday and Tues­ tbcIn. ' - , ; day, the PLC forensics Iquad will be Jorce" ·Qoiio, " DuIeIIt: UejllldiJtC>--' I out to delend the titles it .� wt We, � to aive blood beca\lJt. we Year at the event. Jon EriClOO weft ·"ftject.ecl _t · year-tbey reject­

�t theIlide

fmt place £01' iDdividuaJ ' 8Ul ud Soioe, brou r Karl', to

and

trophy cue. lWtCpliakes

eeI

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JIIIIr

thlI yeu. La--.I ",,",veel to be

5

p.m. at JoImIaa'. btu. S�" � t,purnammt with tint flaca in both !.ri� Ilieke ucl Alu Hatlen, f.- the _pal _ olfi... I. impromptu and. one-man debate, be- alon& with John o.bu.ra, ltudent .eipborm. hnIood. _OIl �lyl preaed by the two lohm chairman, will l'epretellt :PLC at Port. lint.y I "";, _ to � wu dt OIbum finiahed fint Iud. from Parltland. . fa: i c u e• • ...... ud. . "- -Thc_ cont nCl_wi lI " .qgL hisll l(Chool aDd. IeMce for leCond in impromptu; Rydgren times beforeala -...:._ .. r..,.. c.., U the topic, "How tappecl the oraton and finilhed tbih:! club �mbliel in exttmp. Both lpeaken won "their taD we u a .nation improve our moral . a... a.ft: trophin with ttraight fint platt. and ethiea1 ltandardl." Ten judges 1'h1ll'ldAy, Htte, ltOO to lth50 and Week lelected cia,., 2:00 to .,00 at random at all four throuIh three" prdimlnary round. the lioab. ,. meetinlll, meaning that each partiei. Parkland - Center AI a team, the jahUl tied for third pant -judged �40 tim� during the in two-man -debate, Traynor and Nell two-day tournament. made creditable abowiDp in oratory Commenting on the tourname,nt, r ,.-.t tAlC.... .. I , and impromptu, re'pectively, and EriClOn pointed out that this is one of the year'. mOlt difficult tournateamed up io debate. Ic. C....." 'l1Ie a.Iep 01." Pacel SouDd fin· menU, for the eonkltant does Dot ished on top in bOth Itnior and junior kn�w who the judses or audience wi1l Try Otu division debate, w h i 1 e Whitworth be, and ,mUlt adjult hil style Mille.hake. topped the .odl.er entries in interpreta- meet diff�t lituationa.

the best iDdivicIuaI pe_ of the

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Prom Eliza Cook

Hunger is hitter ,hut the most accUrsed of Want's fell 'scorpions is thirst. . . •

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Yet, tbidt" ....thiq � than Coca� U yoia're. I&UDteUI,

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All Popular R�ords RlYE'S �U. Parkland . " " \

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Lutes Seek'

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Scoriag Total., l,lieiuding CPS

TED and ,RON with the We'll �:off this week', eolw::mi , tioa. victories to cootinue their fi!le with a big bouquet \0 Marv;ib.nJmia� reconl. . . . .and our Lute buket� !tam. The " last time we .went· to.prea,- way bad' . One of themp athJctcs in 1951, PLC bad 'loot 2 of 3 games in P.LC·hiatory ·tttumed to IW ......,

. �ttied. �bU

:tr"i_�� �od��,,;."Ta;:.

.. -; ; � - '=' � ·I"-' .: · -=: � � w th .- "T" ....... � -� thingt baYe eh&us<dl· In • matter of JIcwe ai' Dayjd touriDg . bioaketbon one ah� week. the (;ladiaton �.' � performed apfn in Padtlud. �red CPS; the .l<>w'iDg Chico State U. and Southe f... � It was the DeXt 3 games, however that branded- Hanhman', team as one of o.e .·best. A 12-poi.t 'yjctory ovor the Willamette �b, top team of the NorthWCIIl ConIere·nce, followed by a victory OYer Eutem', defending eham�, •and then that great aeeood half ,whic::b defea� the Evergreen favontes from WlUtworth. Then came the WcclDescbfy ,night victory at the CPS rlddhouse.

. ltw: twtce. Pacifie

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red

.. in 4 yean. &5 ...... was chOeen

17 �F'unifOrm aDd.

Up to date scoring records: :rp A.e. PkJU 9.5' Bnjwn .... ". ............. 1 14 9.0 Hoffman ......... ..... .. 108 8.5 Hefty ._.._..�_._....__. 102 Jc+mon _.. .. ._. ...... 100 '8.3 7.3 Welb :........... .... ...... 88 6..8 LuDd •.____•.__.. .,..__ 82 I\utD!An .,.............. 2.5

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The PLC Gladiiton traveled Wedneoday. .ugh< to iii. CPS . fieldhoulC U)d kept two big winning Itreaks aJive, but it was clOle. The rlred up'Loggen jumped to a 7-3 ·Iead and tben, lpaned by Bert Wells; the Lutes � back to take a 19-13 Ifnt town

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These two mr:n had ne\l' r worked til(' PLC ies, spelling, English, n' d i n g, health, monic Orchestra, will pe r fo rm on h ('!" un t il th.· Aml�l;can t our \()I(ct rpris(' su cssed and sci e nce , besides fifth grade h('alth ;,U IlO ph�re, R e i d ex p r March 1 0. were finalisu in the I n t ra-U n i and �cience. o�'U th diwr ified audi" net' last S.u- They Student sC'<tion tickets arc $3 .00. ,k bate tourney. Six nni\'('nit in !\'ow that Gene i; on th.. othe r sid" urday e\'c ning, stating, "Tit,· a ud i(' nL t n - ity a r t ic i p te in t h is event :t nd t h e COlll­ of h is diploma, he wish!�� that student 31 mi ":l · d WIth so many d i fft re n t 111 - p u n parallcll'd , tclkctuai id Is it was astound ing." I petition i:; ission ociety Hears teaching had bef'n an all-day process. th fim's!: t,'::I m We han far "By t' hat th t furtlll'r "The m08t ess en t i a l thing is the actual pro\','s "This jllst bn n p i t tf'd against tim. fJ r ," w:l. t il<' Bible Institute President tea chi ng experienc £acuity and stud ents art· ontO bi .o: fallle under tire g;uid. oth men hild in rf.l�ard;· til a ru: e u f a competr.-nt instructor " ily with a u.n itt"t! a i m " r< pI it'd }.fill · com ment b PLC stud" nts who attended Mission th, r i m' t(,,<l m o f Er i cs un 'lnd Ri"h·. hOUK, S OC iet y W"'d m'sday ni.<fht in the SUB On th e tr ip, M 1 llhou" lolJ of h is \lere g ivt' n n n i n t roduction to the G Elects OHicers. l'onn.:plion 01 thr P!lnf" i\lanuial'tur1og and Re)lairin� r·l.l rric uium :l nd Ole i " ities of Lu therar. , Ui!Jl ' In � t i tUl" i n �r:'l.t tl(· . Makes Activity Plans JEWELRY Pastor E . V. Stime, pr�s id('nt of �h. n Sw aten Ja T l tt· h\'a lt nto[t" ir;lds t hl. Ii" \ f Tacoma Agate Shop I Seattle sc hool, gU\ c , s"mpi<- B ilJl at I s t u d y 3 9 conduct 'd at L B I , "-nd �tu- c,' en ts p lanned by the Ddta R hl� 7 70 So. 38th GA. 9232 den ts put on the re's! of the proo:ram Canlln a, D::IY (. i r ls , ror l h" comill� RYAN'S I t i ncluded films bo u t LBT, m usica l S' · n1('�ter. 38th and Yakima numbers, devotions, and a talk about On February 2 , at 7 : 30, the DRG wi ll <- n tt r ta i n the men of thc'ir c ho i ce the w or k of depa rtme n ts of L B I . . PLC will g· ive a rcturn proo;ram 10 at it smorgasbord fcast, followed by a program o f tak n t . S" attlc February 2 2 . Stop h. at On the spring sc h e d u l e a rc a moo n­ l i r.;ht cru i se in A pr i l , and in the t o ri,. for a Patronitt Your Adverfisr'n part of May tht.: a nn u a l House pany. Comment ing

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wb('!1 t ht' IUwd , on my Hoor wi l l 'l uict down and ,ollie you have to shame, others can me get my nightly beauty Skl'P. "I thou gh t of the :--iol"thwest as be put i n their place w i t h a s t e rn ,ttl Tickets Are Available Bill Re.c:s: I'd t l'llly lik" to 3�y � area of unci(' ",:lopcci land, vast fon ' sts, I r w arni n g, s ti l l othns wil l Tickets for the Tacoma Ph i l h ar- h ar('., o a I am l ook i n g forward to :lflOth poor r oad s, if n y ; what a surpr i s,' 1 requi re .fi nne r measures-t h e pa ddlt-; monic's presentation of t w o worldgrand scm�stl'r a t PLC, but h ad when I saw the size of th,. to',v ns I've giv e n 6 sw t s alread y ) ," he adfamous conductors, A rthu r Fiedler and ( ately I am leaving for G erm:ul'f an d the magnificent roads." Sir Thomas Beecham may be obtained m i tt l·d . fore the ne w term bt·gim. Robi n Millhouse i s n na tin- born F eel i n g unp repared in :, few (, f th e from Gudnrn N{'ss Ronning. For in A u st ral ian, as is his companion, John Iktty Brown: Cdting tl". mob subjects he is teaching , Gent' is anxfonna tion call G Ra n i t e 7 1 04. Reid. Both me n h'1\'e been very acti",' iou s to t a k e some c ou rse, to strength ­ registering s tude nt s out (of my Both conductors will ppea r at the in speech work. M ill house, w h o is do­ th e se we a k yo i nts ; and is g rate fu l so I can re la x agai n . Temple theatre in Tacoma. A rth u r en ing wo rk in tht.: fie ld of law, is a grad­ for the " fift h year" program. Carol Brace: I ' m luokim; Fiedler of B09ton " Pops" O rchest r a llate of St. Mark's collese-. Reid is He l e f t college prepare d to tea ch to the day tha.! som . . prof<�sor fame, will p reSt'n t a c on ce rt on Jan. s tu d y i n g law at Mdbourne U n ivel'29, a nd Sir Thomas Beecham, c on - soc ia l studies and· health . Gene kneh..-s si n ge a ce rt a i n ,,,t of n·d curls " sit,. the Torch of Knowkci"t'. e nt ductor of Britain's Royal Ph lhar- s ve h grade arithme tic, social st u d ­ sit

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I D e ba ters G rea II y I m p ressed ����: e "Fam and s PL il y S pi rit" Cam pu I Philharmonic C oncert y US t ra I-Ia n

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Tilt P' rils of fi l et Y" ar t< . ('iti Rl o\ WClT' ycry vl\"idly d,'scrib"d ..[' c r n l l v rhi� '" ('k I would r k r to 'ri vI yOIl by m' S huw, a 1 Q'j 1 ' duatc 11 u I ;d f(· S l.ll lli' uf what happl"rJC'd at PLC. )r<'11a nl Hl igl lS sc.hool ill Pon I our Inst cou ncil ITH" ti n�. as h . . eIll:', home t own. On,· elf t h' n OS ! � i !:n i fira nt i t c illS . m-w t.S tn C' SCent· of hh CllrI't'r. r l.)Usi n t's . w;, llV' disr ll�sion of th,' , ,' ne sUW' kd son w d i fficul t ies !:ipi rilUal E m phasIs we k pro�r'l D" '\n thaI c- d uca6on majors wiII flU doubt :1t!Y/·tth in.;: :lnd h�t commi ttee W:lS rl\(' , t wb .. n t h. · ." land leachin !l pos i ­ , hnli<'n I IIU utlu r plan s fu r thr' wc" k tiore. They a � : Maki n g th .. l igh t lln­ w e re also d lsc. ussed . Spiritual Emp ha ­ pression tht' firs t day of s�hool ; trying sis I hl '<'(' d, of Feb. 4-8. to °act" like an accompl i s he d d isci­ Anoth " r itf'm of bminc" W!lS th,' plinar iml; ende�"'orillg to "ffect a calm campus hest d ,.ive. This dri"" has _ an d c ompla ce n t apP" arltnc,: i n the b e n tu rn e d o\,c'I' t o t h e B l u t' K . . y , face of all trials " men's honol·.u·y. They will or!,\,aniz(' f . . ' ' Th d : sc i pli ne al wa y" t q es l O n �' l � fi n d spearh" "rl the d rive wh ich w i l · � 0 ,. !n'H annbe. l l ts ugly head," . I(l.t l nd ,.. r y about the seco n d w eek , .cnt." ucc 1 arC( . e {' leves that . . theory Itt F ·hrual'Y. . � . COUISt: In college arc valuab l( • . • lJUt ' " Utll l ' r Itt-illS of hUS Ill ('5 s wluch were ' "' . ' Ie presen t I d ea I Sltuatl O n � . Hl' has . . . rllsC\lSSl.'d mduded : chapel seatltlg. (' 1< - f . ou n d every C h I' ld d I' ff('n'nt and ;;, . cha n ge assl.· lIIbh" s, c h �.pc l p r og r� ms , need of specia l treatr nfnt With su c h n the o it ub s i tio e f pers a t es

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t,

Prinll:d on the

?rr,hard,

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PROOF EDITOR..._ . . .. ... . __ . . .. . . .. ..__ ..•... . ._.

1951 Grad Tel l s Peri ls of Te c i

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DEI UX HA MBURGER Old Fa bioned Fi sh � C1up ' Hom - bak�l Pies � C a h s Fn l l F u n ta-in e rv icl!

Under

J o h ns o n ,

the

lea-ci r: rsh i p o f Delores

Hucht t oe p : Til,' OI,w n11l! will tm; for new t)'JX's of soci I actl\;W

Jocann

the new buildinr:, which th e new year.

Ron Reule: Hal.,

semc�tcr first�

Roy Virak:

3 : 00 p.m.,

tion day.

a m pu s T n Tomorro Frederick L. soloist. was th, f,.� rll I'l· � lI '-st on pus R3 di o Th ra t n \hd nf ,dll\ n ing.

On st'4!t alse

wa,

tb .· P L C "

ensemble, under dlr sor H arle y

I.

Among the

pretented

ti o n

of

Ch ristoph .. rson .

selecti

was,

n�

" Down

M r . �rw by

tbr

.

Gard ens," arranged by Ma rll(<U , 7ahn, vice-pre siden t ; Rosemal]' Need­ ne dy Fraser. Tht 9trin� ens,mb , GOLDEN CITY CAFE ham, :;ccretary, nd M a l]' 0 I s o n, fcre.d "Loyer Come Bac.k to Mc, treasurer. Ro m be rg, and " S ( ' r e n d,'," by � !I' Open I I a.m. to '2 a,llI. daily - Sunday, 1 2 noon to Midnitc Also i n c lud ed in the DRG cabinet Produced and dirccttd b y Prof, 38 1 2 South Yakima, Tacoma Phone HI. 9 1 3 1 Nillth & acific .:..... � I arc represcntali" es o f �h class: For Vernon A. U !7 i nl(c'r, the pro t h e freshmen, Beatt:!. La mb e r t ; soph- s c ri p t was written by HaITI,·t mort's, Barbara Ahlber g; j u n i o rs , Bet- and Alan Hatlen. The stu t!" JU ti c K e nn y, and 5('ni o rs , Shirley Ann nounccr was Judd D o ul{hty. LET US CARRY THl BALL N YOUR Sandin. Betty Hal l is the I.C.C. repFor the bt'nefit of thos< who re s en tati v e . th,' prugram, a rd)w adc,,;;t HEATIN G OIL Advising the Day Girls in t h e i r var­ ukd for S :t t u rd ay morning at q . ious activities is Miss Berge. KMO. \\c'lI gladl)' be rc�p<ll1l>ibl for kl!Cping you supplied with Clean­ on-waste . TA_ 'DARD FURNACE O IL or STANDARD burning, ST VE OIL SWEATER CENTER TO YOU . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

pr"s i d e n t

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E�lOY STANDARD

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HE ATI 'G OI L ' - AUTO PARTS

PARKLAN FUEL OIL SERVICE

1 20th & Pac.ilic

Avenuc

Phone GRanite

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A FREE Silver Dollar with every shoe purchase January 1 7-26

at

StJi-lle '4Parkland

Shoe Store

4 1 1 Garfield St. Parkland Centre Bldg,

GR. 3526

Open

1 0-6

For GUYS and GALS !


tsnd rt: s TED

RON with

the

Free-Throw Contest Begin s Next Week

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) c h i n � primary grad e s Creek schooL AI Cartwright, "Goober" l we talked abou t Hany Lu t ," foot bal cr of 1 950, i s s ta ti onf;'d fOI rn t'!' Lu ll b:lSkl t :1,('(', wi th Crt'n" a t Memph i s.

P;-trkland :l.nd t t:

in Clover

�iators Nam e d To Confere n

e

Squad

Cen tral

. .

Parkland ( b ) . . . . 2

h'y Hall ( c ) . ............ .......

.

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Lost

0

0 2 3 5

Both

leagues

( b ) . . . . . . .. . . . thus

far

WI'

champioru.

l.ul, . whe

o r two upsets. alld • ' " l K. : r, c. nt l . 1 ; �('nttr--Dic --,:\f ed 1":: 0 n.ky , 110 ·1, . C PS , ".Il k ! Inward (, I :17.i"r, Weslt" rn : Ku ards-Ra y Ba rn, :, I Lt . C P ": : ''l'ntl'r- Bit l 1a� h, Wrw'm' Don and Bo D '�'k . . " d Fd Krr. i t.!, WhitH ' bbt'rd, cntra!; backs--Art ia forr:, CP ; B i l l Stt';ngfdlow, PLC ; Ollie

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1951

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R:.tsfr rn,

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or

h bu t­ to be .glad wan t butwhen he thirsted

Each iTO:h' b We of Coh an

'W '['

bottle

to

1'"

a

t hirst. .

bargain.

.

each

too.

Burns would Jih that 1

I01Tl.EO

IJtC)fl

AUTHORITY

COCA-COLA B

01'

THE

NG.

o

is

.

Ie:! !)} w.. for 20 mi n u te s . Tha t i, till from E llensburg last rrid_l �

Our "red -hot" baske tba ll

" ice-cold"

s t ory

ni g h t as the

C e n t ra l Wildcats slopPt'(1 . . t tie P L C wInnrng stre ak a t 9 g a r l i c. b''. ' t u rn i n g i n a 66-46 ,.ictory. Both

.

t"anl' , , took

33 shot s i n th,lt

first half a nd at intermission the SCul '

was C (" n t ral 3 3 , P LC

8. The W i ldea . w hi ch w .•

threw up a zone dcierlSc

qu i te

t h"i r

on

smal l

,

floor.

of

ball in th e hoop off those fan-,�h apnl

backboards. The L u t e shootin/; per-

,,

o\'\'I'

s c o r i ng

..

Kilns · Clay · Glazes

0,

Park

Eve.ning Classes

n

eramics

HA, 1 486

in

rect ' n t

,

wi l hout

HAMBURGERS SODAS SHAKES

Durdle's Ice Crea mery 7 2 1 South 38th

range:.

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CP " nd w' r" dlli rlp. d. (" · lI tt., I Temi J(ht , I !I I '.1 111' · �2 -47 , h sl,.! J1t'S up :t.< , \ , do , , unlt'. r Th ,. en : l ' h u ndl'lhrrd, II' '" i n 'Tlt ri" I " <I, t-"" L \ " ' PJl� , I t.,l1 , l Ib . h i I I h,l rJ" t won 1(00 1 1 1 ' Ily .�.Ll1Il·, lhjs � t''' r, bu t hav, J:: i " ' [ j a l l t h,-i r uppnn, "ts f( xl ''':1 , ,n Co·,d . Jac Pomfr<'l h:\:; bui l t hL' t['am this yea r around rrLurnin (' Ic-tt nm(,!1 D on }JHI(I on , . \ rt Ph I' I I ' PS, ,�'- , ':('nter, and J 0 h n Soutloeolt. t Bt: doesn't have �ny mon° It" i "' t th'm the Lutl's and th. y h. \ , d I,.' : lot Ion'

.'lI!l1t " but the Lutes wen: getting th c shots too much show of dt·f"m, . and simply c.ouldn't seem to pu t t h,. effecti,'c

I,

..

The Clay House

CWse.s Start : Th unday ite. 8:00 to 1 0:30 Week day 2:00 to 6:00

Parkland Center McCay's Ice C reamery

PLC. ,

had

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\i.lfO i d R r " I. , £i-:� I r. II f, r Cr. t i n's, Bob ' ' ooUtIlan, (i - OJ � " ·ar I. t · I e r 1 " 1I . ;>nr' ktt fn • n J, • k .\nd,·nOll . md lid "" Ol l C;" Y1 1J )/I � t u ' ' ' I. n • h·2 I:tGil'd tr.tn�f( r frolll ,\ t: h� abo h''I'1I 1m ,ll;ill � i ll to th., st. ,-tln tn 'up of thl' IlI-llIn ch." l . d l( I. fll , oil l ' 0" pl.)\', V, I , m I ; , h " n I', S" vi, .

J i m Bal l , s,· , . l tel 1" .1111 : r JH.l W rig h t , W h i tworth; Bob Propst. C , ,, Ro� It,dlil 'd nn, \V . . stern ; tackk� tral.

e

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.

tentage in tht' first h a lf was a tnrific 5 ha\'" had 6 percent. The !>Ccond h a l f was a pretty b.ir dose competition and judging from II game as thl' Lu ll'S outscon-ci Ct'n­ b duwn right race a Ix: l il the past, i t w to the finish to sce who comes ou t tral, 38-33, but c ould n ' t get within

Clover Creek

T .u , ,, Il'In - IlOw n III< , . 11 .. n, \\ !til

If 1 l 1 1l,_ tlll'lu ti hv Iii, 1 . w i l l " I", h I lin te. I h · 1m. up ••f hiljh <'( ,rin ' lIul ' 1 I i1 11 ' fl , w h o " , L IUl th. l fir t , IC' . . n, 11<. n h·G ("' llla, ,l\l'r,l I·wd I I p It pI r n lll<' i n , ·on{,·. rtl!' pta } I · t } , ;'\ , h ;t, ; d l . tlr tlu II' pl, ', t> , I " ' 1 • nd , i nl! thl M . , ( II ( t l i , r� who \\' i U "�I' p " nl), or ,eti"n fllT l h il. n ' ; o r '

Ce nt ra I S n ps G a d aI n Stre ak at Ine I

�in'n It'�ond t('am berlhs. In the college league it seems to be f irst t"am , Lnd s-·-Sam A d a m s. a two Ie'am race between Central' s C (1" R .. ·dlic.k, C P S ; team and Eastern's B, but Ivy's B ' P S and Ottcould sull pull into the lead with 0 ' ..-

�h "he E\'(')'grt'-n r'onf, ren!'e III wa . 1< nt'd D,'" rnb<'1 no" h is tory, tl tl: sports �I;tff \I·d to p r int 1 11' i n forma t ioIl,

I in-T . I I I

lli ' l

fered i n 13 gamf;'S this sl' asol1 W.I S ·, t Wn t · the hunds of Bill MeDona! in t.ramural basketball has fi nhl\t' d l', n fi v , . T h t' ikings de fc� tl' d rL( the fi rst half o f its sch " dulc � n d the 46-4:, in o\'(' rt imt i n the Tot, m t(1l ri stand i n!!, re!ulti nll' from T u c s d a y na me n t In Vancouve r ea rl y i n D" c" r , n i g h t ' s g':UTIl'S an; as follows. Th ,st· st andi ngs a re not cornplde, as tiH' fmill games for the first half were nut I pla ye d u n ti l Thurs day e" cning, which · l!lad(' the scon's unav:lila bk for this

.

\11<

LIt tes R IS · k rJ1.. J.. I, Ie n e O ,� 17\.T Oll,rn,ey 'o I 1.tl,.e

t Round

I,

nt

l i lt-:

Tntramllralel.S

.'\crordi ng to the A i r Force- paper, i ssue . d Lund ,.l ard h;tsn' t lost his sh oo ti n g eye. Univcrsity League lI t t ' 1-[1'1 a OUI l stt'd i n luiy, ! 95 1 , and iS W e) n ti" h,. kt t i n th . . t h i rd q u;l r- G e n e L n i ' w i ll n o t ha,'(' uclt .\ 1"1')1;(' now starr n g w i t h the s t rong M em s rk a . . -lE a t ern Pa l nd .. . . . p h i � l\ i r l or",' tt'.i!1l wllich is playi n g Ce n tra l Parkla nd . . .. . . . :1 . , ' a 75 -gamc scll<"duk in Kentllcky, Ala. 3 Tacoma .. . . . . . . ... . � hac k t o t h'" bnqht Side ot . FIon' da b am:o, Gt'oqpa" M 'ISSI�srppl, " . Ivy Hall . . . . , ......... ' ....... 2 Itc t b:, II pIcture, we s<'<: t h a t and Tennessee. H t ' h H S h i t over 3 0 C lova Creek Hall ' ..... 2 nlU,t face that tough Easlt'rn. points i n three of fhis last five gam<'s ,'Yor " strrn Pa r1"· 1 an d . . . . . . I �h combin, t i o n t h i s wc,'b ·nd . and dumped in 38 o ntO n i ght . Gene, Suhurb a n .. ' .. . . . . . . . . .... , .. 0 I4n' [ be roo su rprisin'l i f on" who u.s uall), sits out the last quar t e r College League 'rams would knock o'·e, the because his club has such a lead, h as Won 3nd, coupkd with a po. ibk of in t s pe r game . a n :l.,·crag-(· 22 po C en t ra l Parkland ( c ) . . . . . 4 " ",'(" 'p by :hf;' Lute's on th('ir G" I1f" � wif,', the former Marian E as ter n Parkland ( b ) 4 . trip, ....- . could find PLC Ivy II all ( b ) . _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ . _ . . .. _ 4n t th,' top of th,' E\'<:rK'.... e'n Bt·nj:1nliruon. PLC '5 1 , is liv i n g i

(Ill'

H I, 1 954'.

r

.

\1 t n d h.,11( " , 1 \ ', , inor } . \1 . 0 1.1 l I'liday :tt GnH' . ... Ill) ,' :l.!I lt' 10 PL ' . fit r maki n g th" Lut,·s led t i l . . SCD1 i I1 l . II -st a tt· at <\ Il:1Cort,·, h i gh , holds two "rltl h,:lf bu that 25 poi n t lI-ti mr , ..hool rt'cord.s in Luteville. tldic i l w as '!llIp l )' tOO much . 11,· droppnl in 3 8 po ints i n a sin,(k \If L1;l\Tn d ut· r on std l nJlioI , g,lOW -'K;ti nst C P S ;1m! a lso holds the clm'�i w h icb � Cf' m� 5Ca so n § co rinl{ t''Col'd with 5 +6 points I!'\t h If . th,. Lutl'S nnd ha�t' t i na l l y I n 1 9 5 1 . ,l OC also ;l\'lT� gl'd 1 8 po in t$ M a so l u t i n. With al l dut p c on fl . " nc" ,�am(' t o bn'ak t.he old

t ll I h,'

l

Friday. Janu,

mntr t st II lOU'l ' En partic ip. nt will shoot J on fit -tbro"s . Ind. id l.' l poillts wi l l h,· " wanl d «·tlftii,,!', o II ' 1 « '- hlow. m.ttl, . a�tt txtrtl point! wha i5 ,t:;-t i n i n g ll:1t i on-widc p u bli('ity for placi n,1'( i l l lb., top fin' , T h r fi" � PLC (; jadillto wil l , 1 1 " ' 111" Th ,l � Ih, '1:11 , f t h ' HUIlll(; or Dndd b l gllt, I �col'/' rrol11 ,. , h di�I>'i<"t will to 1':{·t a n t ' w " ictorr str i n'l J:! " ilL! ;ol .t o ul J I i kt to Ikciul th(' d \ . I C l c t w i rnr-rs, C o � i n!! o f s t:. y i n th,' runnin� IIlr ' :On[, , n , / ' <.o f \. \ " Th i � " 1". ).. w ( ' t tiL :luout lIIutl . . . r Io it.(h ly pu bl ic izl�d the' conll'st wi! b<. OIl February 2 3 . LuI!' )(1'\ ;1 1 . \ rl" ... I 1 �u o f tll.. n a - I\ rn ngl WItl! lit.. i n tr a mu ,al d l ' nor, t iulI.II ' i 1 \lH' 1 i l LH'\ l a r t ie.j a pi c - �f;u'k Salzm � !l , wh"fl you :trl' ,,·ady. Lull llJet: r ln ,q I'll l' alld '(my of ( ;,·n.· Lu ndl!aard, and tomorrflW n: �h tl':" ,'1 :lnl ' w h o \ Iimax" d " I- )T� r PLe brulht't IJ rdel t o pia }' L. of BIlt 1:.h ( lum ... 1... 111 " If . , b" I , lui l! t h e Lutl's to I I In V"ncOllvt'r. ,,, 1 tho:' \t" t < - . :\ IE (ham pion�h i p in 1 95 1 . On of t he- thn't' Lut,· Iv, . "

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W,·

I

Try Ow:

Milkshakes THREE·DAY SERVICE On Laundry.

leaning and Rep iring

24-HOUR SERVICE AT PLANT

GA. 3372

the

frosty

PI

UP

and

ELIV

Y

3820 Yakima

Robert

COCA·COLA COM'1Ht IY WASH.

INC.. TACOMA, lUl, ntI COCA-C

COMPANY

S..-ored

By

MA

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Schedul

Exa m ination

7,,;", -5 . . . Iltld IlI ' ri ,d <Iii · ftC �

111< t't

T.Th _ . -r.Th. 1-'.

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Room 1.- I OL

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01"

1" '�I . . 11<

Room s- 1 08.

IntTa cn.

l ,flO ml "j

Club outi n e.

a « , . ml l I

In's Knoll, MOHnl R. ini.. l .

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(�"h,

Yo u n g ' s Gift Sho p

;=:==========� D elicious Ha m b u rg ers

129th

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the

HANDOUT Paci1ic

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I. TO 6.00 P.M.

by

UNTAlN

GR. 3 3 3 0 BO\lr�: 9

to

9

Airport and PaciIic:

Sec J IMMY ROGERS for SaI.c:I

St.

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New Li ncol

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M E RCHA NTS LU N C H-5 S e

Full C o u rse D i n n e r- I I to 9

1 1R.5: 7:00 a.m. W 1 2 :30 a .m.. Week Days riday: 7 :00 a.lII. to 2:00 a.m, tllrd.ly: 7 :00 a.m. to 3:!lO 3.111.

B r e a kfa sts

L---------- I Pn,ril

Two mocks North

OD •

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HiKflwar

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R an , 1I'. . n

Ave:.

TIJ1It'docs

MAGlO

Sa1lel1!ild MA.

Repairing

addle: RdiDishiDg

l'ennanl'Dt Wa'Ving--Hair

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MARGI E'S

B EAUTY SAL N Back·ta-School Hair Styling

Parkland Barber Shop

DAN IELS

Cb!ll ' " you "r. • tal III YOW' e a.r -• F ru.h tin"·

ARDWARE

Branch

..

COlTle To) The

,

berry g"CI Rum. COlle. III ; 4l.th•• 20 Gtant c...."'Y .

*

On the High�'a}' Cornu

PACIFlC AVE. &

...

GARFIELD

rtch aha1t6l. lI4 duteren navora. 3 0(' : mnlt. 3lJe.

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La Crosse Prin ters CARDS

POSTERS

, lNOUNCEMENTS

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Need a H a i rcut?

College

Meet Your Friends

,I I

On Garfield St.

929 Commerce St. MAo 5665

Parkland. Wash.

Colle e Coffee

• W" L t

JOKES

Dyeing :ul .

a ll d J.l\lIn I I til (If T· !" I ll : t . .

rl' "

ART'S SHOE SHO

DILL HOWELL Sporting G cis

' . . . .A ' . " 0 1 " I H I " IA N C f C O . H o , ,,, r H ') H . P f O ' I A� " U I V , U ' I ' - "

PARKLAND XXX DRIVE· N H

cl:J I

"'1'

an EASY PARKING Complete Banking rvices

Wit h F.'·cry Pair of Hi ll ) S - SHOE: SU P 'EKS

111

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926� Broadway

d i n J"risb," .lIT01n�·cl hy I L\ 'J! ( )tl.· r I I i · ! , r 11" ri ,, " " 1 \ I h, 'P'"

FREE

Silver Dollar

'2 3

Costunl

. [ -� 6

r ami

Pick-up and Delivery

al

January

TRI�'

:-'f \\'. 1 h .

Service

Ont··h a lf 810<"..k East of Pacific LutberIIJI

Par land ' � . �tJlA e. 4- Shoe Store

\\ ednt·,cia)·.

Neal E. Tho

f, · I 1 7

bB

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VOL. 2'1

t Semester JC>'lI1 nf'

plac,· of

as

vlfu C, r" IIl1 . Bccausl: of ronfliets, . .

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ad to rcsI'>;'"

Ill:

ht, posit IOn.

Other Ch a n �e s Made Ulnginl; the ads this s('m eJ, tn will

jOdour

Sn .-rtson is

,t's'

not

of

ma nnll,·r

flO'\' · ,·to" ,

Tj

,·;. r h

I

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to

M ast

the·

yet. �I a k i n!!'

' n blJrn, Janr:t "

'J r)anne

I·n,

sc,"w'tn

h i s

r r.l nklir.,

· f. S chI,

Holu m , Don K ith,

Bt v

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dition, it hru

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we 'k .

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A t fa -

lIa ndl·d down $; nC!'

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year

dub 0-," organization

i nS'� ar. hdJ d u r i n g the week.

tto Tolld-

11af Chns tinn ChristUln�ro, di

tor of the famous St , Ol af choir,

It Wall conferred u po n hml br Dr . . C. Eastvold, pr si dmt uI thc �O,·

1egJ:, during an intcrmiuion pt·tiexl. : u

r will � available Cor iDdindual

th, St. Olai ('oaecn l:ut Satu"da� (lnsul ta t i on anci :ukice to the st ude nts c\'cning. The choir was tbe first group i n t he (\ socuw'd S l�dt:n t Body 'If­ to usc th new audltonum in Ill ' fier. S tu de n t s will handle the appoint­ Ctupcl-M uS1C- pccch build in!; . A.lsist·

I II

me nts for these conference.>.

ing D r. E:Ul \·old in t _en'mony were ProfcSlors G u nna r Malmin and R I rl gcnC'rn l c h a i rma n for th,: w �('k os . rt Wde. Dr. P h I li p E. Hau�. collt!!l B robac k . The ('veni ng Vl"spers , ilf(" un­ dean , p n:sented the candidat · (or tht: der the lcrulerslli p of the di fft re nt re- de:gr l· . Sponsortd by chI' student body, the

l i gious groups

on

campu :

Monda,

Capacity C rowd

LSA, John RC>5'� as chainnan ; Tues­

day, Campus Devotions, Dil l V aswi g- ,

c hai rm an ;

,

Wed n . da)·,

LDR,

to

Foest'. chairman; and Thursday, Mis­

tor SCg'I ,.h,l mrna r ha.< r 1Hhcn t1w fol-

sion Society, Bob Lester

lowin�:

Jo�-d Eastman

for

1I� :d

(If the Lettcrmen·s Club at tIll

!

Jr' led .lrnt phil

th , ·

to

was

pos i t i o n

.\rt

of

a

the

These topics will

daily

mornin�

scheduled from 7 t o 8 in th�

jec ts:

chapel a re

Student

Monday-UThe Art of Begin-

n i ng." Tuesday-UThe Alert." ne"dav·-"Wh.·n

God."

W isc

M e n

Thu rsday-"f'owt:r

for

pose."

vi('I�­

Sw� nS() " .

Wed-

F i n

d

Pur-

I I

atlana l

11 it"

:vr ag nus on,

d cidrci t1w

to

Lutht'mn

'ou nci!.

t

nl"w

C h a p, l

on the PL

Jack

qu ill'

oth" ,

wn,

n�h�ms lJy tlH' dl -ir, whi"h

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fn't a nd

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t wo u , ,"

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t11!('d Il

nit

th..

h t· n,·d ic t ion

a t t r r

" -"l o'" 'r-han k WI' ....11

( ' "d. ' Foilow; n g- thc h ym n, Llc­

)nd

ill tl music hy til...

he

the

kt

tmlc

0 tl"5t w,U Lt·

\ WS 1010 S' tur·

1 6, when he will b,·

DAR

a) -DRC \'ak111010, 7:30 p.m,. r

h ip

:1Il

'I'\'i(>'

at

Ohurcb.

E/li-

ing Frida ., and will �t

day. Following

I

I

h:1s

has

II,

ivf' \'I:'spc:r talk 7 p.m . throu'I'h Thurs·

:lr'

wiLh

t he tOpIC

that hr

the rn o m ine- lllpil.

· i ven fir�t : . Monday-,\ n l: n£:li li n<; BIl ' P rlnt ' nd I he Bink ·lI1d !hI: .

TII�

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Qr B '!(1nninll.

th .. Uoor _, rod

Wrdllc�d' y·_·n l ' · { h..tllt '\�" fJf D"r inl1,"

Men

I

SCESES from tht opening Chapel services that will long be C('IIll'mbett.:d are pictured here. (Upper left ) Dr, H. L. C()l k �" Ba n d . Foss. prcsidC'nt of the boar" of tru.sttes. delivering the

udnlts ma r<: hrd out to th.,

ill

from chapel

tIlt.' Sl. B.

.ach t:"\'c n ill�

,· d

Prof('s� t)r A , W. Ram;ta d

"a n �,

11$

1 '1 j\��, W�l·k �Pt"l krr, wIll dc l l \·,.r till' l .hapd "delrf , ('n('h morni l"ll(, indud­

,dec ion, I rO fl'. ' J utl:r.s M;lC' by' Handt I, a("comp,mied hy

\ ("is,

a

tlme5

Spiritual Emphasis Week Re� , Sege rh.umnar, Spi ri tual

lam p I I " !( h t unto my a

w i l l 1x c hos­

1 1 a.m., Trinily L u the L .\, 6 p.m ., SC D.

untirin,\; ,.fforh

"';IS

man

Sunda y-. lor 1me!: W

" 1 h: Word i,

1l

t tlnui

crowocd

I II

tn,

P n·sidr n t E ast ·

,'nl>. Dr. Foss' ad d,,·s.

:h,

'·olt , the

dinner.

I('",·rt

, :1tur

ill ness

play

rru \" 1 �, s;; . , the ! fIC l'''J'' ':5�" d tlv- Boa Tel of to

ea.1l ,·ote as ma. ny

of

char ge or on'

I

, F riday-BaoIkrtbalf, PLt. n . St . • t artin's, 8 I>·Ill., 'r�lIIori:t1 S)'1 ULI,iulrt

wa s

"Holy , Holy, Hoi)""

�r.l lltudc

,. " . One

nominal·

mr�m

C A M PU S C A LE

for.s Gi·...,s Addn:ss Jr. H. L. t oss, prnid 'nt rtl

tr;ci

da)', February

010 plan n" d for the progr:l l n .

r, .

J.ll or,

1 1."111 I

K" I W,·; S 3c('ompa n i l'd l lu si n�­ mns,

but by

The winne r of Ih.'

rradi n !:" and pray..r lollow,·d b}

tw o h

honor,

blank

r

,b ..

f rom

Prnny Per Vote

through

he! !

inn I mu<ic

' F .. l th of Our Path<

eontrst

tha t hay/" h" e n hr.1d.

of your dii)ice The voung

, ;.,;.lia,

to

f"sh ion

d iUcrl' nt

place F · ruary

Altor Roy Eo . Olson W<l\'� the scnp­

to

a

",, �h�, rathel', as lll.'lny tiIII<·� ,,� hI" p:p;, pe nni,· In oLhl:l' WOl ds, pay 25 C. ti L ' and C::Li t 2 5 ballots for th(" IIUl.D

:' Th .. <:'011 'gf B� nd pro\ I dc:d Uti

!

a

,on t ,· .\ts

pen ny p

latulty mar�h( d I n to thl: audItor· fallow.-d by thl' ( ntirr stud .. n!

� nits was UII3bk

timr that

.

'io 5p�('ia! lX· rsolls will b..

29, th,' fint d;1 " of

d · n tht b:rkony. Due

e

has bee:n held on th PLC ...am p U5 and it will Ix eond ue 'd In

of IhiS IV

C'xucnn

their ;ndi\'ldU(l 1

hy Y"'H

sponsored

Campus will be foun d ,

his i ' the tnt

,,·,. ioo . Weari ng rilps and

w'th

Il

uilding

January

conte

a

'Tb.mugh

Spu rs, the U �lirst M . n pf tl

Auditorium pened Tuesday .I)"

conduclor of the choir. Hi _

a5

Vote February 1 1 For ' gliest Man'

ew

br

A:ncnean

pion "

singing grou p.

I'd for the

h � lon�..� w a itr d opt' n in"

tht:

th,·

oftt"'o

�J t h" Xorthfic:1d choir.

on

put

group,

in I he Luthl r,m chu rch toda)", found­

E r ni,·

Council "' prnw nta lin, and

hoI'

by

father, the foremost choral compo$cl'

Camet Lund, I nter

n, trrasu rer:

pn'sc:nttd

Chri,tians.:n succ "cds his father, J

Melius,

turned from the E" anaelism Confn'� . . . . cnte held III Mmneapohs, which was

sponsored by th e

:L'

to

capella

thrill ..,t.\

1 ,200 pe nons

program

the:

fencd

chauman .

eho,,·n ,r ·d" rr, Di k

was

at

at

. . At the evcnIng \Tspt'rs, wh ,,:'h

elected nn:si,.

was

Eternity."

Mort' than

Mi l l i,: l\" orthfield

California C..onferenn President , Mond:l Ftb. \- 'An Unfai1in� II studf'nh mter tc d In wOl klng I . , ' . ' . Reverend Scge:rhammar is the pas­ . . Blueprint-the B1blt, TueSday, hb. ' ed I· tora I . ad v rusm g 0 1 bU S'IIl(;SS 5 -",'\ Lutheran Church in tor of .\ngeli ock a t t h e Door ." W'cci n esKn � are asked to a t l<'nd the 'taff . .. Los A ngdes At the prese n t time, he . dav, Feb, - The C h al le n ge 01 Dar1Iag to be h e ld next �I ,nond ay a t " . . . . ' " Tllll n;d:lY, feb. 7is the prrsident of the California Con­ . mil: DISClpk,hlp. . th e loorm • aat 0 ICC. M ff· g . In . . , • "Linng for Jesus a Life That Is Trur.' U n i o n buildi ng, Monday thr ou g h krcnce of the AUg'Ustana. Lutheran .---- -" .. and Fr iday, Feb. 8-"A Point of \r icw Thursday, he w i l l be using thcse s u b- C h un:h i n Ameri c a . R,.-ccntly he re o

tte rm e n El ect stma n Pre s i d e n t

W.t

thl: r� ipi c nt of the first onorary doctor's degree in UlU4it: to be: award­ ed by PLC.

Du ri n g the day, Paste,r SCs ·dum-

Topics Lisrro . . f or h l S topICS d u nn!; th" wl'('k, Pa�,

\

m"�l-

Director

Gets Honorary Mlts ic Degoree

NO . 1 4

Personal Conferenc

lit

IT rn al nr: d on... of tht' h ighli ghts of the

Alan

Staff Mcctmg Monday

rl h;ullllla l

g i nmng of PLC and lIa! a. l ways

the

Grc·t'n,

.

St·

srhool affa l n during t h .

a r� :

be Cloria K\"i nge a n d

w ill

H at-e" 1' k' .

lIet

W.

ak i n ' n llsion 'h

lI1d Carol Brace. Doing the a d

" ting

Carl

Sp'ritll<ll Em llha;,i� i.i a 'p<-ri;,1 wnl. OIl t • . PI.( , eam pu.�. It 1 · 5Ct a.id e annually for the' . pl"nfir pu.rpUb(' of

thi"

I nl't Obon . T111' rest of th,' �taff t

W1"

h hrua ry � t h roullh Q, E F. � ,

b.­

th.· r i rc ulatilln d" panml'llt w i l l

rters [01·

Y, FEnRU .\R Y J . 1 952

Los to. 'ld,·�, Calif . will 1,.. l h r guest

fr)r h ir n

a U l o" t"sso r as

LLEGE, FRID

spt' iikn fo l' Spi ritual E mph.,� i s 'v\ , t'k,

is,u('.

plil n m n 'l

\wt'n ("hos"n

Mt

I

1'0I' O(·('t and Don Keith is

Ih� proo f -rradlll f:( of

I

t Ciloir

Spiritual Emphasi Week Be Ins With Chapel on Monday

1'(: 'ig

Sc hi ff

rdi tor of �he Mooring- Mas!

I.\\r

IFIC LUT HERA

PA

Ma

;poinwd by E d i to r Dav,

kt lh

M o o rinli

he

Di$c i ploh i p

ind God.

!lnd

\Vh ,

n

'1

8<:

Thul·:.day-Li\,ing for J 11 a 1.Ir. That I, T ru e .lnd Power for a PUI �

po�c. opening address; ( upper right) the exterior of the Chapel; f·riday-:\ Poin � of V i r w for E t. mit '. ( bottom) the robed faculty members le:ading the re(essi on

from

the

scrvice.- (Photos

by McKewen ) .

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QUESTION of the EEK

The Mooring Mast

Published every Friday during the school year by stlldent� of Pacific Lu theran College. Entered as second ClaS5 matter, Octo T 2, 1 925, a t the Post Offic� at P ark l and , Wasbi ogton Telephone: GRanite 86 1 1 Office: S t ud e n t Union Sub,cription pri ce-$ 1.50 per year EDITOR . . . ... . ..... _ . . .. .. . _._ .. . . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. . . .... . . . . . . .. _ .. . . .... . _ .. . _ . ..oAVE NESVIG

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C IATE ED ITOR . . . ... . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .

BUSINESS

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PROOF ED ITOR. . . . _. . . . . .

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Holbrook:

rin ted on the Campus by La Cr� Printing Company �-'--

,

Spiritltal Emphasis Week

wou Id

.

the

.

MaDY Conuniuces

There

The Tolo is or gani:£l'd

mIserable Idea.

Go rd y Wickner: G radt's a rc "Iways good topi c to usc to be come J C-

a

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u ted with a girl . Otherwise I W i t h rhe observance of c h ape l n e x t lVl o n d a vI m o r n i n g , a n q .a m . I h1 0 k It · wO lI d be. a good d c a. � annual PLC t radi t io n , w h i c h h as been p:u t of t he col lege si nce Bev erly SJoOOen: It nllght cn:at(' i ts fOll n d i n F-cr , w i l l be renewed. S p i ri t u a l E m p h asis Week . It i s lIlorc mtacst 1 0 su Jeets, Jh a t I' S stud y e of rhe h i ghl igh ts in every s t u de n t ' s l i fe. M a n v s t u d e n ts m ig h t 1I1.'.;' . for y�:m(' F., u ; .d not for a f!radt'. �ay , " \V h y every week i s S p i r i t u a l E mp h a s is Week a t PLC . " T h i s F red \\'Ikner: I prefer � system of IS very nue b u t d u ri n g [his week a l l c l u b meeti ngs 'and a c tiv i t i e s f ec ma ls ' . , g-rad i n g based on t h L' USt' 'Jf d i are for gon e , so t h a t the s p o t l i g h t 0 the w ho l e v. eek IS on Spit . . . . l or a perc('nta>;l' ra tl1l g . l)f course. thiS ' . . . I thotngs .. a t Ime for se I f ··ex· amt n a t lO n . Ima d p e n d s on tht; cla�s. I E m p h asis a n d ?c-em ph a s i s a n� tW? q u i te co m m o n w<:,rds. i n I Helm Jensen: I thilIk it 's 3 finc [ ho.' a vera g e perso n s vocabu lary, partlcu l�rIy th e l,at ter. . f h t n k idea for primary and elementary l'dU. bow man ol cation, but �or secondary and co l lq:;c � tlmes � w�ek you he a r It u se d .111 c o nnectIOn w l t.b c leg thlett.c s. I n s tI t u t I O n s a l I over t he U n t te d S t a tes Jre t r y i n g t o , c:ducat ion there' should be grades. dc rmphaslze a t h l e t ICS. but most of u s are u n aw are th a t a n a l a r m AI Fink: If you hav(; only two I n K pe rcc n t age of thew s a m e schools are a lso t r y i n g to de - e m p h a s i ze tions, r;thn to oass or t o flunk. i t relig i o n a n d a n y th i n g spiritu a l . Here at PLC . shel tered by t h e I would b e too ri ky. Let's for t t th� . . g . · wo n der fu I Cl.1rrSClan . . 1lere . wc <.) ftell - t i' mes t-orge t a b OU t whole works and g-I\'(' a tmosp " \,cr y !,od y C s. t t his t ype of college. Yes. w h i l e we are observi n g S pi r i u a l Ern Mary Olson: It would eliminate a ph asis Wo.'ek , there 'N i l l be ten o t h er schools obse r v i n g Spiri t u a l l ot of w orr yin g. DI: -('mphasis W�k . Frank Olso o: Crea t! I

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the

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Herb Neve : I have awfully poor

moti\'Cs for work i n g i n a lot of sub­ jects. My A's and B's nrc my only in­

al l

centive:

Ardis

Wh

- Portland Un i"· , , i :y Beacon

"an' you hat bln!"k t)'l' ?

:-'obod,

�an' i t to m � ; I had

fight for i l . -Sc;J,ttlt: U nin'rsit y Spl:C.

tator. An

needs t

bserw'r;

"What

the

wodel

is kss p{'rrnancnt \Va\TS and

.1ccording

La

Nelson:

wou l d n ' t

.-r

The ;tverag man is proof that the ".'ra�e w onla n ' · a n tak,. a jok�.

for wOl'king- in class. ha\'(;

to

C Id'r

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Sounds

g-rea t!

We

worry a bo u t getting

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l

Parkland CeDtre

BricliDg

wretcheJ bUSlness to be digging a w ll . Just as thixst

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ColI Ie; Listed C fll. ng to al ten d : Caro I � ou p I t � I J np . . Schuler-Martlll Hdlut'rf!, S h I r I t: y " . Molter-Bob

Smyth

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r�orkLf-

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to set F, bru3 J'· -' . for the PLC Ski CI h \ ' '

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asid

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Mount Hood . Th

final .: man! ·

Y' I h,,"e not bCI'" �omplc,t d ?; � I F t� �l<l lt lll � n- l a u l Braa fLl dt , ,B �at - i w��c h the M ool ln� Masl for lUI . _ B a ll H . us n , dt!'-'I I �aLt rr . b;r . t-�\alt , k n: � � : �. r c t f$on, JoAn n ("'ol t

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J , Anita Hcllbaum· ob Sorr·nson ' BI ttv .,o<xI .� radc� and

could

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.ad a Haircut? Parkland Barber Shop

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ORSAGES

FUNERALS

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STELLA'S FLOWERS Artistnt in Flowers

Parlda uu --' Ce'Dtt'r

GR. 766",

The Clay House

1a.ues Start: Th ursday Ni e, 8:00 to 10:30 Week ys, 2: 00 to 6:00

Parkla nd Center McCay's Ice Creamery

TACO_ fA

Plaulu.

It is

food,

NYCl' and Ne 'a, Urness

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Ncedham-Elmorr lJ�.

.

op- I KlCnny John�on,

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I t is the fe r ve n t p r a y e r of every person who bas h e l pe d w i th plan n i n g of the w m i n g week t h a t i t w i l l be a " m o u n t a i n top"

'p ricncc for

.

I

L e t us make every week , b e g i n n i n g no w , Spir­ Itual E mph a sis Wee k . remembering t b e words of our Lord and asrer, " I f f a n y man will come after me, let h i m deny hi mself. and rak u p h i s o s s daily a n d fol I o w me. "--Luke 9 : 2 3 . t:

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and Martha Cooliclr.·Don Kritl

BuuI - 1

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IlC hundred slid e s of di, ., � ! , . �l1e have been donated 10 PLe I! F ranel S, M a l' t h a o<('}' Dt'partment by Mr. Roy V. R C or k ro ram L°'I G . te ll,o i l e : p � , •. a s ' B e t t y t � dt of Pa rklan d . a l ; cntntal nmt:11t. Fil l C II Bu " l t!llan. , Many di!eases ' Sh'Ir I eyannt San d'III, H t' I ('n SImonsU1: ' repreRuted 0 ate 0'pllbl"IClty, ,H nary .... 011, J oanne Wa II ; . , neers and . gttUI' inVitations, Joy G 1' I more, R o,emary . . . dt . '" of \"('ssds, chrolll L � ppl'nd. ' < l a m ; C I "n-up. B t'atta I"a m uc; rt, ." ,. . hl'Y pre'ent opportunIlles ! R lit h �1 . oe. Th C c. apcroncs are M • r. \'an M ccd tud y. and M IS. A. W. R amstad and Mr. ;,nd I . · ' r. R oltedt was born In PIltL ht Z u I au f. .M· n D wig . . a nd " tt<'ndc-a PLC about 19(\�. I M 0th en 0I th e DRG mcm bers 1K I P" now dOCJ r.-al ItStato: work frool r i n l?: wit h t h ", dinn r arc �'h . i ODIe, m..':tn, n ! N. L.aZO bl rt, 'I rs. Hl.llb aum, M ',f · · · ·d '1 ' ' L all n rs. M aI tlaun .LV rs. S � ,Ind I n . _

or:lt ill rlS,

I'

C a rol Schukr, Phyllis Ma ltzahn; dec-

gradinf;"

that would b (. hard on th e d a te SituatIOn. . Kathy Reule: SIIICt' most pmpk . . _ . stud> for grades only, I think II •

u nde r

following e:ommittee: chairmen:

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most

1'"

Mary Ohon-Ken Olson, Kl i ppe n- P hi l M yrc, Beverly Sj ! formal dinner w i t h a progu m fol- Bill Vaswig, Shirley Franc, ·00:

lenc DeJardinc, an d Nancy TUlnlan,

c I ose down a nd

L_ a wou Id uc

C a rol

ook- M

son,

Union Lounge. The V a kn tolo will be

,tate that corsages a rc in or de r .

system were e ll m ma t ed , no one: would l -tud Y. If no on e s tudie d , th e lib rary

,

Alan Hatlen, John Os burn and Otto Tolkfson.

cessfully carried out by many o th e r

colleges ?

Peggy

Harrilt

Valentolo this S;l lurday, Feb- , ten, Lenora Su rface-Oliver M.' "

ruary 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Student

Co-cltai m-w.n for tht (' \ tning, D ar -

studi('s and be conll-nt 1 0 just g,'t by.

. URAJ. HOFFMAN

a nn ua l

Dahl,

Hall-Duane

fOI' day girls, is presenting its Rmscll,

Francis, m i � t ress of ceremonies.

the grading system as has b<:t'n suc ­

eliminated.

I

tl\l.' 0Ig�,ni2a-

af. Nighf

l o win g under the d i rection of Sh i rl e y ling-son, Marilyn Jensen-Paul J .

involving the comp l ete eliminatiun of

would

Delta Rho Gamma,

tion

a

would be a tendt'ncy to slack of( in

POENCET

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Bran',

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What do y(,U th i n k of a program

spirit

J a n e t Franklin, Joanne D D onna Simpkins, on K e i t h John Holum,

Cn'cn,

C a rol

.

Formal Va/enfo/o

Bud Lester: I thin k the competitive

DON KEITH

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F nday.

Lute Meet

TED a n d RON with the

u the E\'er!,'Tccn Confcn:nce rac.e re ac he s th(' hal f-wa y mark, the Ce ntral

I�TRAMURAL STANDIi\GS

PLC w i ll get ba ck i n to action this

IDgton Wildcats have a firm grip on first plac(,. Tht: key to the outcome

U n h'ersity League

wt'rkt'nd in two non-confclrncc. "'aml's

c v.:hcthu- o r not the Wildca.ts can pia)' as g:00<1 ball away froHl home against 51. M a rt i n' s. Tonight's t i l t will y han' in the Ellensburg gym. They fnu�t face Whitworth, E a stern, C PS be played on thc Pa l'kland floor while PLe all awav fron h om e in the second hRoIf of leagul' play. W h i tworth tomorrow night the tw o It ams me'"t to ha\" hi ; their stride 35 6-7, all-conferen '. center Ralph Polson is again in Olym pin Both (" o nt t i l's s h g n . larly now, and jim Doherty is on a scorin<: sprn' . . 'e ither Whit­ at 8 p.m, Lutes can afford any more conIc 1'(' n c.' los�l'S and stay i n till' Th{' Rangers usc a ZOlle def n!>C and pla y a s ow delibera tl" t y pe o f Their starting- l i ncnp inc!udrs

NEW LUTE STAR

t th" i r last

orts , . .

1 tl'ack this ) . •:l r , I

� •ach s c h ool will pb)' host to the n st of thl league at , t, w h il e tht: a l l - oru It'll � :iffair w i l l . held a t l. BC May 23 and �{. rt We l l and E,I B rown , i l: ry Lute , uards, both. pl::tytd a lot �f servj( '� " II. B rt pia cd in tht· A l l-Japan tou l nnrn!:"nt �'.'1lh a� A � my Engll1ccrs , fl \,(' III Puerto RICO , hilc- Ed W :"!;, p l aying w i t h tl f Army Si9;nal Corps 1nidad .

j", k

B ob Ross, and Gerry Hefty all pl. ynl b�L,{' uall in the l!:agul' l a st surnlnt'r Gcrr and Boh with S" dm

Johnson,

t'l:orth .... l·st s�mi-pro

'

. and J ack with Snohomish. Johnso n w:

.\Oct tUl nl'd dO'Nn

a contrart offn from

.:hosen as all-state scmi-pr

the New York Yankee s .

T_ KE :'\OT I C E : Nonll S hOllitl', u-!t forward of the , 1 .. , h ig:h chool gi rls warn loopl'd in I 1 1 poi n t� til(' other n i"h t as tk f('atl'd Hal per> Ferry 1 :1' 2 - 1 2 , . 'orm:. now has , ('Cln' d 1 , 1 1 0 POlllt>

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:\8 h u nt er> in a s i n gle

tt. Rip\

1 1 6 other hu nters. t h · llJan w ho estahl ishrd 9 pillS as s ta.n da rd for th"

oats-an d

,wkr.; was no c utlt"r than l artin Luthl"r, ... Hal'shmau "dded :!. mon' c:mdidat(:5 to his basketball ·o s t .' r t h i s Jim lddin>:{s alltl Dick Button il ol11 KCllt-M,') idian I I i VI:l t he t' of . It a n d •;':! b-0llI Idd!n� m ad e the sporh writc-l's sc�on d ali-state team 1 0 :lS, . 11 ' h IHI,; m' : ll d ' t f cap utton . :\ B recon igh-hurdle. h s('hool .,1! 'h� , t;lt h i '" j . tball t , am uufactu rin '

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I.

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Cenl ral Park land ( C ) Ea,tern Parkl a nd ( B ) " , . . ... . (B) hy H al l . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . l Centra Parkland ( 8 ) . . . . , , "

55 ,1

Lost

victor.

The ganll' , ta n e d w i th C i on r Cn:ek a n d IcadlOg II>

doing all the scoring to

I

4

� t the end

.

of the hrst quartt'r.

.

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In Con:fe ren,ce '

PLC, \

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GLA IAT R SC RER L (' ad e rs Cln s is open to ffl'�h Cl' e' d e a l t " se rious blow a� they sopholllo re. and junior . Th,' d r 'ppcd gam('s to E.tstrrn a n d WhitAve-. Tot. Pts. Player a nd i date Cours<: is for s ( ' u - worth on a Office r I'ek t' nd road tl'ip. Whit9. � 1.1 .. Ed BrowII, .< , iors and recent a;raduate s. w o rth ran up a 1 0 1 -65 srore against 6S 1:1 2 G le n H u ffma n, f U nd!;r both progrmn s c a n dida t,·� t h .. Bellingham boys as Jim Doh l'l'ty (;c rry eft)- , f . . 1 27 11 ') H will {(ra duat(' before lx i n g: callul to Sf'! a nt'w confr-rl'fICt· scoI'ing rt'cord aJ i 2!l Jack johns()l1. � acti\' �' du tv and arc dr- ft ddt-rred w i t h I S points. 1 7.� 2 ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . !! Wdls, Ben fr(oOl the day of t nrolhnc nt u ntil Lu t es Sta.y in Second (;,t rnt t Lund, r . . . . . . . . . . . . 9·� commissioned , The second place PLC tn.m in the:ir J Bub R{l , r . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 las t outing two we k s a go d rop pe d " I ' m B� d l f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 8 1 5 7-5 1 contcst t o Wt'stnn nel then LIn" E::stm� , g . . . . . . . . " 2 5 jou rneYl.:d to Vallcou, c r to dpfeat DILL HOWELL Ro� Billin �s, � . � . . . .. . . . . . . . 1.2 by a 57-46 score. Thl Lutes led 10 Don K i d i , � . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ng S b > '!.7 t 26 at the end of the- half a t :.; D ick LUlIon, � " . . . . . . . Bdli n /!ham, bu t tht WC'st,"rn fiH' conTacoma 929 Commc-roc St. trolled th. backboa rds in the s" cond -- - -- MA. !l365 h. , lf :lS Hdty, HuffrnH'l, Johml>ll and divid, d w i t b Hdt� and J ohn�m • W d ls a l l fouled ou t . Glen B uffm n Sl"oring I I point, for thr (,ladiatOi -c u red 1 3 poi n ts for the Lull'S ",hill' . t'�'ulUr ' Stw:mans h i t 1 7 for ""nttoon

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porti

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Western Parkland

"

thl. S('ason

men,

N TRICKS

be

I 4

Central P arkland "

stal tl'd

basketball

half of

Glads Hold

m�ctmlt, EVe Tgu'cn Conftfenc{' ufficiah re-instated ba s<:ba l l,

and golf :u .fficial jt'":"!!.,u

will

Tacoma ........ 4 I vy Hall . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

\Von

"

second

o From then on hy started to pick away I at the m arg.in, narrowing" it down Burn� deadly set-shot and t e amed 4 2 to 1 6- 2 ! a t the half. I n the fourth ou tandm�' pa l l' g-iws SI. Martin's a n 4 q u a rt n Ivy finally took thl" lead but 2 u f guards . In thrir last /!lUf1C': t � l<' hT Hall ( e ) .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5 w i th ;] short time f('11!ai ning ')ovn Rangers lost to Wcstt'rn by a JB·.lO Clover C reek (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 6 Creck tied the score and scnt thl score. The Ran�l·r-Lute battles have �am i n to a tnn't"-I1, i n u tr 0 ,t" I t imr­ always b 'en thrillers and this p:lir D u ring th . . three m i n u t e s bot!1 tcmm cxccpti(H1. �hould bl' no manag-"d to score- a fid d , oal .lnd tht ll j PLC and St, Martin's j V t " mlS . I gam. n:maincd a dea dlock a t 2 7-2 7 ""dl will play the prelin in�ry game . T h , s u d eI " n d e a t h o\' rtin"t<' rule, ('vc:nlng. V's ose 1:0 l j. . whirh states that the fil'S! l('am sror· C O ympi c L J i n g two pointo w ins, w"-> then p u t The Lute J V ' s lost a 68 -+1 amt i n t o dfer t. !\'o n n V o(vie k pottt one to Olym pi,� J C o f En-merton la H rri­ from insIde the key to sew up lll!' tcarll Colle!l:c Junior day , nil,''ht as the , victory for h·y. 'E V E RGREEN COl'\FERENCE rioel ,. ftn ran aw ay i n the fi n al Clo\'Cr C r 'ck tooJ.. it on till 1 0' • \ Team Ifad. r hold i n .:- ;;. 46-37 third qmlft Won Lost Pe t. once more' as tlwir B squad in the" Cen tral D o n Krejci scored 13 poi n ts f or o 1 . 000 · collegt It'ag-u,' was d < fc;)tr:d by East- , while Arnold Stautz hit � 5 for Olyrn- P. L. C . 4 . 6 6 7 t ,·n' s B a: �l f ' sa ion. The ni't i·r(.,\V Inar : 2 pi.-. Whi t w o r t h . 6 0 gi n f victory was :l l point.., Harold , 2 ------ --.---. 4 00 13aJ.. kl'n �Pt fi\"(' for the loS/:r , WI-stern 2 . 40 0 z C P. '3 e CentI . !' , 13 tr� 'u forfeited t h y's M a ri n e Offi c e r To B '} , 4 00 C i n thr on, ' oth, 'r ;prnt seh, d ukd . aste r n . . ''3 3 1 ry a u r b e F , B U In S , 0 00 I (or the ollq.;e II a!!u('. 5 .___ 0 B . C. ' F I' T S t 1.1. D . V, }'1 ('(;losk�y . P� (" ific B. , ,t uSC" uf . pintu.l 1 Em(Jh:l sis Wrrl orth", ·�t 11:1rin(' COI"P3 prOCll rl' W nt • Thl' Central Wilde t$ moved intu nC'.t Tu<"schy's anJ Thll r�da y's 7 ::10 · officer , w i l l be i n thl S tud rtt l. mon a -:ornmandins; !t:ad i n t h e E\"('r�Tt'cn �mes w i l be' pm onc , The ulh,.r d l tp bui1din � all day W ednesd a y, Ft·bru ly C un ff rcnn' race a, th y won an imseh"dlllr-d g,lIn" s will he pl�)' Ii '" orp.\ c Hien po r t:lnt 6U-59 on-rti m r: !,(amc from 1 3 , to discu&s Marinr lI sual . programs wi th i !ltl ft t cl candid� , hJtwQrth at E I\en<hurg, ThL W i l d �tudt n . e L S ml·et C PS i n two confne'm', tilts ,"'rams ar". now iIVll il"bl" Two nH this wrc:kel1d. I· )" I E D BROWN LEADS " to L t . McC loskey , Th. PL! · ac('ord' n " M • .lHwhlie Westem's ttilt- hopt"� from

frosh

H ER£. AND THERE

starter

fi fth

The:

Lost. 0

. .

.. . .

i�s with two games Tuesday night, jam ..... r y 29. In the University lea. u t , . I tpcat perfo nnance was h ad between 1\-) Hall and Clover Cr�ck H all. 1 he only difft:renc(" brtWl' .. n th i s and t h('ir pre\'ious (:!amc was Ihat Ivy camr out lh� Intramural

5

Eastern Pa rkland

I{a m c-. 4 ,'ct-

crans w i t h a 6-6 left-handed ("('nter.

'LC baske t ball fortunes of the future were !{ivcn a boo.t with the: a rrival c•• mpus last Friday night of Mark Edward Salzman. Salzman Junior, . lenl wil!h� i n at only 8 p o u nds , but has already shown indication of �mg in �o a ,ta r who w i l l briw Da,-;d, Mike and Bryan H arshman and ,. and D �d.. Tomll1(' r. i k ; 1 battle f o r s ta rt i n g position on thr- PLC var-

TH

Eastern and Central Parkland Quint Lead Universi y, C ollege Leag es

Rangers In Two Games

S p o rt: s O n ce O v r

Fe ruary I , 1 952

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Friday, February I, 1 952

THE MOORU'G M AST

9000 Soldiers LSA Bibl e Study , Hear Eastvold R tr at Sche uled

"[01 tha t! 9 ,O()O s en 1"'-111(""1 Iw , . d ;\ Bible study on GClla tiCl n s 2 w i ll D l" " . L. East, oid, PL ' ).I n ' id" n t, pl" l k a t .1 total of 1 9 St· !',·; "", at Fort he l'oociul'I<d by P rofl-s�or A . W. RalllL.-wi, 1.' \1

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Uni vers ity of s l o aga Carn ' Offers Sch o arships To Be Marchl i

(If

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ART'S SHOE SHOP

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F 'bruar

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�an!:, bere last Saturday. page I , for story ) .

( Sec col. I , !lud

V " k 'I n g C I u b E I e cts

,l nd tTt'asu rer, Bob Sorenson .

th '

J828 South YaJ.. im.:1

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infonnation, w r i Adm:ssil)l1. oll�

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· · .\ hJ ,\ M ()o rin " . .fa.'t staff m, , t i ng will End l x' hdd next M onday afte rnoon at 5 ml"n." p.m. in t h,. �fn()ring :VIast oHin A n1' ,t u de!lts illt�r("�ted i n w01"h ing LEWIS GARAGE O f! t h e paper this 5('m('Mn a re asked 10 .1 ttl' ld. Hd p is nt'l:dcd on C11l th.· LUBRICATION staffs : \) m i n c '-' , niitoria l, C'i r ul;ltion WHEEL BALANCING � nd n dv('rtisinl( Pacific Conu:r of Garfield GIL 9960 Patronize You r Advertisers

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officers wi l l tallt: on'r th.' The NorwegIan America. Liru, a II . . r� l � s fro m the prevIOus O(fICt:rs � o n - expensc sc o arinformation about tht: retreat will be hip will bt' giH"lI to h l I s15tmg In the same orde r, of Einar , an A mc r ic.1n st udent whose main i n :Ivaibblt- at a later date. Siqucland: P hil W I �en, Joann.: poen' r('st l ies in th<' fidd o f cc onomks. eet and :\o�rn Vorvl ck . I t w ill conr round-tri p pas:;agc from Th e Vlk l 11g C lu b �las made. many Grades To Be Out , New York to Oslo, tou r i s t cI $5; bo:J.rd , �e w plans or . th.. CQmmg yt'ar, m c l �d - r oom , t1l1u on , stu d ent and excu l'$ion Next Week-Hauge 111 3 the LUCia B n de Contest, which fees at the Summcr Sc h ooL Grad,' ('eports will be issuf'd about w ill be hdd 3gain i n Decc mh.-r. Also Designation f �(holar5hips will be planned are hannl{ the rdn·shmt:nts . Fo:brua ry 8, Dt'an Hauge announced made o n th.,. ba5is of financ ial !l'I'Td, booth for. t� c ' g a C a r n i " l � n d the yesterday. provided th!' applicant mrct� " I I re­ }-' n',hult'n will reco'i\'(' th" i r 1'''I)()rt <lnnual VI�. Il1£: crU I S e on ('ugod Sou nd, quirr mcnts for admis ion. which w i l l t ;l k" ,Ia < SOUlI' t ; nl(' i n from their fI.-specli"t: ad" is('rs, " h iit­ For ratal(wue of ,'ou t'S, po:hmMay. th,' n'st of th., , t u d " n t hod y will trl't inary applicaton mat... rinl , or other

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OLAF C. CHRISTIANSEI" director a nd ro<lnl, SlIId(' n t nd I'ur- Show, May 1 5 , of the St. Olaf Choir, was prcscn tt. '<I The two-day 5i n fe. , w(lnh . �2 ::; . with 3lI hQll orary doctor's dC'� l"ec of ( 2 ) 5 ho l n h i ps coveri ng t ui t on , in thl' '!'YIn. Clubs s ho u ld music when the famed choral �roup

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V 1' k. 1' n g- ('lub t: I ��ct 1011 ' 0 [ I') [f'len, for the coming s. me s t'o r were hel d .'u ttrCamp Waskowitz, at Snoqualmie P a ss a n d the �amc lo cat i o n as l as t d ay w i t h t ht, rc u l ts as foll ows: P r<' , d e n t , Noml or.·ick ; vice-p n·sid,.n t, pring's retreat, will br: the s i te for Lauren Bloom ; ,,'cretar y, Jea n 1 riC's 1:, thr' spring L S :\ Reg ion al Retreat.

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Students As�ociation mecl i n" lod th, !Tllr ci . rn· i .-," p.m. Tht" LSi\ is condllc tin :J . \'I'i ommi 'If, t · h.. t h' Spl". kn a th" of B i ble s t u d i c" on th,. hook .special PI" a(" ID1( mi!sion. t ian Th pro>;t:lm " t up for Dr. East­ Special Offer in g Em'elopes void was of a ,·a.ri .. d natu r,., i n d ud m ,... ,\ t .h.lpt' l , Jan. '� 2 , til!' LSA h t" " ni n " for all It'rli l{iou , 5e'rdcn ... nn I P"�S systt" m wa ... . xplai n e d by mrn :It tIt<- PU\t, I .... tur n to tfll' (' hap­ Otto Rei tz. He stated that the LSA bIDS ,�ach mornine: at �l a.l l I. and ten h a made an a grrernen t with Trinity kt U I'e:! pla n ned t,) gr-.ir il1 w i th thc Luth" r:l n whl'l'cby the offe rin l!' for \ rmy', I iti7<' n s h i p and I1\ond i t y prol"$,\ction may be ;:;ivel1 by the stu. ranI . dents as th .... ir regu lar Sund ::\ y oHt'r­ Choir Provides . [mie i n �. Spccial l"l1\·dope.s have bl'en pri nt. 'hoir of th , ' WI' 1 , Liirn'I" d ed wi th a 5cction for the LS,\ oifcr. PL by Prof.... or Gunna. J. Malm i n , pro· in)!;. - Th�,,' 'n\'dopes = ' ).' be obtainl d '\'ided muSIC for tnt' s ' n'ices, which J t the sw i tchboard , w r ' hdd in the Pos hapt:!. R etreat, F eb r ua.ry ?9 _ Bast\'old

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JtaDding 'of the facultY which U&Dck hi.cbat · UDOIlS the state colle.. Of edu�tion aod other private coUeges and urlivenities of Wuhiqton. Hava ins "UI'DeCI hiI depee in departa of tpeeeh, be jom. the: realtivd� small number of fotir hUDdftd who ha� attained thiJ highClt acade�c . adaievement in bis field.

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lain'l AdviJory Committee." Among the many things that Dr. EUtvoId said 10 �c:eUendy in his two chapel addretlel entitltd, "�t UI , Go to Chapel," wen: the following: "I( we had no other reason than to bave thinS' done 'deceady &lid iD. order,' we would want .very ltud,," 10 hay. a place where he would know a seat wouJ'd be waiting for him whether' he misbt come early or lal<. TbUi to a�oid confusion, We will place every PenOn ia a spedal �t and aU. that Returning to tbe PLC c:ampw thil it be wed at all times at the morning semester are James E. · Wi.lliamsdn, chapel exercilel Monday through Fri. San FraneUco; Edwin RoaJkvam. Se· day," attle.Mari. Norem. San Oi.SO; Rich· Dr. Eaotvold wm briug a lbort me>. iItia �.-"'i W � � · m � """" U· '''se ... . M�y ....rof.l/;-- rdr. .I; . ",:u -J .... � " . _ � V ftlDg, �ner'. Ferry, Jdaho; and BiU after which tlie', lolIowing schedule'

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Ski ' Club Trip To . . -' a .'- == --� -r,mn" �th.·uIJdv MIID':r will be dueled at two t1IiIt. ""'Rood Cane.ned..... bY' Spun. Each YOI. will JIeca... Ill< Ski Club c6Uid not' g.. - rr..;;... lo hi. � �cin i950; a penny and ltudenb a're ..ked the proPer accoinmodadOlUl for the Nt. Utzinger was director of the defindiop wilJ' "bC.'�briaJ.e4 IOO1L

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WiJcortsift, For tW� .� th� pro(eaor W3I preaident of the Wisconain AModation o( Speech Tcachen aod fqur yean Govemor of the Illinoil.WiScon. sin: province of the 'oatiOMl tpeecb honorary, Pi Kappa Delta. For fifteen yean, Mi'. Utzin«er pro. dueed a Milwaukee radio "Specc..b Claa of the Air," as a lemce foe speech improvemc:nt. W&I also given wide rccosn.ition profcaaional circlet as the initiator �g moving picturea at speeCh dentl hi ctM...

their friendl, The popular 'mOlt vOtCi will be: at a MyaJ ceremony at the Toto to be: held Feb, 16. All and regulations are printed on in the varioua cla:u buildinp.

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In addition, othen regiatered are : trip to ML HOOIiI, February 22�2., Robert Beatty, San Francitco La the club will not go there at had been Button, Kent·; ChariCi. Chit1om, Eula previoudy planned. Th.iJ anDOUncc· Irene Dolly, . Pu�P; EUit French , ment wal,made by Bob Bros, Ski dub For;t �; Beatrice Haueo, Pu.yaJ... IUPi Jo� Hunt, Hood River, Oregon; president. However, the club will ltill go Chriltine Lamorittucx., Auburn; Nor· aomewbere (or , the weo::kend. Since mao Lanon, Seattle; Cordon MaranCPS bat: offered PLC the we of its dcr, Everett; Loren Matson, a Korn:n lodge at Chinook Pass, the club will war veteran from Tacoma ; and Ronprobably go there. In ,any case, thOle aid C. Morgan, another Korean vtt that do go wijl ·be expected: to provide (rom Fort Lewis, Abo entU'ed are : J.anie Norem, Los their, own beddiDg. The food will be taken care of by the ccdmiuee in Aftgeles; Mervin Nyberg, Parkland ; c:ha{gC of the ume and the COlt of the Shirley Petersen . Eugene, Oregon; , Jeanne: Pie�, Spc?kanei Ma-:ti� . R4. wee1e�. WJ .P!e. a.p.og..ne� laW. There will be a Ski Club meeting dimki , Olympia ; P'c. E�estine Tay.

a�teIy a, penny per word . . ' '!e'' special rates for thel !teXt Wednesday and all thOle who " are intereated in Ikiing, whether they to'malic:. be a "Lick ; lIti or not, are iftvite4 to ,ueQd, The EDdioi:. the: of the meeting will be . � �: ��c�� -:;:r,

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wilI 6i: camcd·o..l i. cLiO order. CHAPEL SEATING Spun Oft d�ty: '(to � out Wpi and suide gucstl)-2 at the head of eada aille, to. pus �t Will ; 1 at each

front comer, to .... out WPl:j 2 in the foyer, to guide gueab uPlrain . Faculty xnembc:n on duty: (to help afT.lllge ltuckntl in propi:r ICatl)FreshmaD clau, M i. Utzinser, Mia; Wickstrom; sophomore c.1.ut, Mia McGregor, Dr, Jordahl; Mia ' Berst, D e . n Ekhmcs; lCIlior class, Mia Blomquilt, Dr:' St�. .... Seating Rules __. ... ... Faculty-Itowi' b c., d side acctiona', a, b, c, center. " Sophomorn-Row, d to 0 in the c�n• ter JeC.tion. Freahmen-Rows q to 'dd in the centel. teetion. JU::��:IJ e to v in the right-

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Plam are «lOW b:ing �p1eted .lor Campul Chesf drive, whieh will hielude fou� �ty grouP', under the . p.m., U-emoriaJ gymnasium IpODIOnhlp of ' Blue ,Key, men'l hon· VI �_ were SaturdI,:-""eti. 9--Basketball. PLC or . . . Western W�n, 8 p m . Me. \ at)' . DCW According to �a., Gccwge ....£1N" ... :" ,oI;., ma" .: . .... Limi.S; .•thit !""eting. 6:00 .. ..... s...r. . . 8� haY1ll choa wiD dimina" . . ....=I'· . � Voide boiIdinB. th�sb,,:," .thO year. by ha...S 0." ' M""'� .F.' li-'-I. C. 'c, L-I I •• ndu� !led � .Comi P; KapORC Cabi..... S t Aepo Dtlla, CMS-122. · t'p.m.; 'WM �. p.ac,d � "':""'Fund. � W� . ....., .. I!)'tD, 7 p.... , FaCuiIY il?P taken I� chapel • 'will Orga. 'GiUJd ....'.. " · ,If. �y rush., , i·I'.. ·.; .. , ,; , OII, �� •• FchNuy 20. 'I'Iu: goal Chapel, 8:OO. II the drive �� P<r ; � �. TaaoIay ' Feb. 12 . " Lsk . �' (; wip an i.n. , ,,.1 ,

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of . birthday ,party, Suaday, sM. by By J..... FnUJia 'lDiJ will be the flflt in, a series 01. JoAnue Knudaen aIlCi DelolU Shervik. .aeiety cotulDDI designed to keep PLC The party wU a complete IUrprUe �tu.dentl informed about IOcial life - Bev. Root beer floats, cookies, and arouDd the eam�es in do� candy were lerved. private: partia, aDd general events of Several PLC girla have joined the interelt. to the student body. raub of brides.to-be lately. The put week baa teeD many birth- Hovey and Rick Daniels announced day partie. throughout the dorms. �t their engagemtnt at a party given by Saturday. evening, some of the girls on Ann Knorr. The actual announce­ third floor of Old. Main helped Mary ment wu made by a recording with Eruberg celebrate her 19th birthday Rick giving the details. They are to with . surprise party Planned' by her be married this IUDlJ:JIer. roomtes, ma Marc:ine Volu and JeanIl(: Dorothy Oben made it known Frime. roomfull of girb sang the friends, bidden to her apartmeDt traditionaJ lOng and preleDted ber coffee, that me is of the

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We've got . team thia year that could hip .ehoOl Itan at P1£r Wheat icrt If �j�ry th� .wttkend. 8nd wilf Jet: m ra r. <. �a· doit apin. � � therel ' ; mOved,iDto the ltartinlf liDe\ip hls PLC iook . a rest from <.;,,,,,,...,,,,,,, 1 ·'en only lumted actIon for the n(Xt two The . Lute JV'•. �t the Seattl� U �D year at LuteviJlc, be joined actioD ed wn a pair from at. Mar· wee.... C!� . _· IA � ; A · Papoolel at 6 : 15 a L .o..J _ · ' · ' U V: , Hany Mc:La:uPliD'·1.Dd. Wei Suton tin's And. �e do mean restt In alow , ---.ur; ID TgM � 'ty Papooele IilIo out of Clover ·Park. · Ben wu motion a,ffair on the loc.a1 lloof, PLC . m'aa1n n UCCI RilI game abo worth seeing, PLC wiu entertain 0 D e of t b e are currently in secon:d place in the cboeen u Jrupirational -Award winner �te4' a 25·18 win. The llaJ;lgen car· IUODgelt unaIJ co� tc:aJi1l � the ItroIlC Northwest MU league and ol .lut yev's fivr. ' ried their ball control,ltyle of play to Ira'mural Play nation Tuetday night when the Seat. their 6.:a center, Joe Peb..anick. �t a . . Uoyd Eutman didn't play. any the extre�e aDd tcok only 23 Iholl; The int.ramural I:JruketbaU. � tie U. Chieftains jg,vade Parkland. nt'W leque 1C0ring �cord the other ICbool bell but was liven the aU nigbt. The PLC band gave quite opt'rated u'n'�r �y hdli" poWer this Sparked by Johnny O'Brien, the night by dumping in 39 poinu. Come pla�r award of the Brem. an .appropriate conccn with .,ueb week d�e to tbe'eveh1';g'Spirihial Chiefs have won 22 and 100t, 5 this . "Slowpoke," "T�nneuee early and �t a good scat. Yard team which 100t the 1cCtiODI Emp rtmectinSS" ODJy the' 9HO IC:UOn agaiDit good cOlDpeti�Qn. They Sports Shorts yard title to Marc Wand, Waltz," &Ad 'TapI The band aver· gametba.ril bold victories CM:r ....eb formidalile we played. aged &bout two numben betw�n each In examining the athletic Washington State, Peppardide, league standingl remained un. foes AI Thc Lund Gamet and Huffman Glen mot. . cham w y Ball A . Jim grounds of the Gladiator vanity pla td on t o te� Montana. State's "_.L... ngelea Sta cbanged except for Wel�m Parkland LoI y' lKC rel tive1 poin", 7 with 'o!u' and and 8 we picked up a little iatcruting PiODlhip teams at Pu'1'Iup Hi and lnoving �p the ladder to excba:nse �y Mountam won all.comereace rrcognition. Jim the lCO.ring. which we'll pus aloog to you. over y th r Hartem ' GI-uuc � e."' Vlc::.w 84�1 . Hall. Ivy . with p1acts ' played f1'Olh football and buc:ball at The next night, on their bome Eutem Parkland ttrengthened their Trotten lD the Olymplc Gamet bene· . . . FourJ-utet were teammatel floor, the rangc:n decided to play WSC last year. high 1Cb1l _ Glen Huffman, tilt. The Chiefl have abo defeated Univenity League by dub. fit . DOD. Krejci, fro.h guard, made baUetbaU and the Luttt won ·this time: . inIvytheHall, LUDd, R on 'Billings and Dick 41.20. and Inwing each of the Evergreen Conference d 3 fi':�u�����'a!iP! ing ���t;:=� =�. �:��-:�Dj�;.�h�C:: ::� �baps; �!� or-�- Chiefi'+ popu� �- .mould have startcci to stall KocaIer, . Lute. lett.erman lut fam. 1,000 aea" are beng i with a 13.point pc:d'omiance againlt Wl� the for u it was all PLC the reat of the �, who it litting ou.t t4iI I¢UO� aDd f� � n e non--coll ! Ivy Hall. Tacoma dumped Westem, rc.e� The Lutel were in front 23·22- at Rusi WilkehoD, CPSSUarcl. This'· team th .l . 1t l . denu will , §tu balCO�I � League . . .31 in another Univenity .e ':. woa a croa·.tate ti�e at well at two INTRAMURAL STANDINGS half aM. Slayed ahead the rest of 49 IieVd. . Game .�.11 with Don Koeuler hitting 13 �Jeachen at floor game . . Bob �OII Brud and utel of the L · city champiODJhipl. 'Going back even game V' �' , ai ' .. �! ··�'; .·� Univenity Leape_ poin" for the victon.. In tbe Itcond 8 p:m. . further, we find Huffman and'Billings W. Lo.t vick of the Ranien eaeb scored '1 7 pme of the week : Weltem Parkland In the preliminary aa- r. the 'J � Seattle U. froeh' 1 Itrong .. Jr. Hi teammates, .� and wu· Eutem Parkland . .. ... .. 6 the U � 0 points.. � . out by trail winning got back. -00 the . Ir.enon also playing togctJ1er. at thit g at 6:15. LINEUPS Central Parkland . 5 ICOring Ivy Hall, fO..3. 5. George Now. beglBrun Tacoma s P14 (53) for the POL point high was adniclr. , Wcstem· Pari:labd . . . .. . 3 Hefty pumped in' 24 'polDts fQr Eut- . F this Hefty (2) contest. pushing 1 1 winnen in WBDDI;NOS - COIlSAGU . thfougb·the Ivy Hall .. :. ,.................. 3 em while Stab �vem followed bim ) . FlJNBllALS (5) , f. �. Clover Creek Hall .. . 2 for Ivy (c) in this.) (l;l). : ·:. C" the . con� � ;J..ci�g}1e. Central by lcoring 161PmnU ", . . STELLA'S flOWERS Suburban . 0 (b). W.,.; theii,fiist gam. by t\Wk. . , : G · . ( 17) ' Clo..r " Cr k (b). ( - Arti.try in FlowtrS An overtime battle found Eutem . College Leque . q ' . ( 12) fori.it friou (9}'" "...... c..... GIL 786S WOII I..ait b) losing to Ivy (b), 34·33. Thil . · ite.etve.;; P�R.o&! ( 1 7.) , Central Parkland (c) . .. 7 0 game was a thriller from begi.nni.ng ' LUDd� Billings {2),' Button, Krt:jei . East.rn P.iklaDd (b) . .. 6 2 to end. I ). Udiop. SL' �'I-Kell.y k Ivy Hall (b) ........-........ 5 2 ((4)" Central Par l aged a riot land (c) I. N. Witz ' ( I ) , Dinezeski, WOo. Central- Parkland (b)' .. . 3 5 by routing the hapleu �Cloyer Creek Stop III . · I� HaII (e) . ;.......... 2 6 tell. Mulvaney. O'Hallontn (2). (b) .team, �41J.8. Thil is per,hapa the J widelt margin any two teams will be: i . 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Eigb� conCCl'tl will be siven in cigbteeo commuDitiea., beginnins Feb.

W"I'!ey, N� We_�'!!te� -' wI" will be alphabeti7.ed and Veh:1f;�n, Wilbur. checked agajnat the U. of studenb. Lac..- and Spokane, Wuhiogltm;

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The first .nnual Campus Chest Dr",. will beiiin with a col­ lection in Ch.�1 on Wednesd.ly, I:cbru.ry 20. Sponsored by Blue Key, men's honorary. the proceeds will be given to·four ch.riti groups: n._ly, the Ri!d Cross. Community . Chest. LutheT.il Student Action

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��;�u'r' of :V • to ehmlDate havmg a collection each of the,IC dur ing the year." .tated . , Co-c:b.innen Ceo'g' Nowodnick and . ' John Liming. They also emphuized The hopor of �resenting the fint that the goal is one dollar-pe:r student. . drama�c pr:OOuctlon on the C�M;§. . Each student will be asked to Jfut i �um . ·tage will � hi. contribution in an envelope, with ;:: � , Marcus his name on it, in cha\>el Wednesa..y. ---t ,of the pagunt Wh�tman," which is to be presented ThOle • studenu who don't � then, for, p� students and the general wiD be cOntacted penonally by Blue public Wednesday evening at 8:00 Key members or their rnpective class o'cl�. offieen. · With a c�oral background provided Student tea,chen will ght their the ,ChOir of the �est. pag�":"t money during clasaea on Monday, II mown In va.nDU5 atles Feb. 18, since they do not attend tb.u;va...,.. t the .tate, in order to raile chapel. moDey to erect a. statue of Marcus "u the percentage of .tudent Whitman in Statuary Hall, Wa.hingdonating is high enough, the ton, D. C. .Tbe pageant was sbOWlJ will become an annual affair, a few months ago at the Temple the. the au.pi"cea of Blue Key," the atel' in Taeoma.. The WuhingtOn State chairmen concluded. Hiltorical Society .pouon all per--

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i and wort of the DlW.Ionary' PJbneer i. -oM Pam;" • • · Northweat. the ntroduci ti� of both .white sett1en .and the Bible to the Oregon Territory. Featured in · the- CUt of aeady one �ui>c\<ed an: Jojia,Ryd"", . . Marcui Chemical Society after receiving :iIa'rban Hedhillcl ' ·.. charter)tiW:' week. · Narciua ( Whi tman. 1i1i'" wife, John Under the leadership of Bob ChrisWaldorf UIttJZIet the role of the Rev. tensen, president of the new lion, are nineteen active members. Other officers arc: John Uni., viCC!preeident. and Marilyn WallaCC!, teeTicke Of" the evening perform- retary-trealuroer. Faculty sponsor apce are be ng sold by members the group is Dr; RObert �n. !dr. o �rtain Call CI?b, and w;U ab "" I Uoyd Jobmoa, of thi: �Ookei Electroa'vaitable;.,t the doon. I'Chemical CO." is the indultrial span� t · , lOr. a ti u .. :a�.70, :!m:::� :; :�:� p Tacoma ie d tr to make a f l i

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To Perfotm Uere The Unive�ty of W�ingtoo.·s 6o.. piece Coocert 8.aJ'ld, under the direc� lion of Walter Welke will pracnt _ a band concert in the main auditorium of the C-M-S building, Monday, , Feb. 18, a\,8 p.m. � The U. of W. band is acclaimed one of -the: finest oon<.ert bands on the west coast. As an added attraction to the ron­ ceft, the PLC band will cOmbine with the U. of W. band and play a Klec­ tion of popular marcbea and concert numben. Harley ChriItopbe1'1OD win relieve Mr. Welke of the batOn and lead the combined forces in some of the more popular pieces. Tickeu for the concert may be <Jb.. taiaed from any PLC band member or may be purch,axd at the door on "L_.......,; S S.... the night of the concert. The price D.... wiD b;e only 2� t::enta, which wW go' .Canoa, EIo toward. fi�Dcing tbe\ V. of W.'s trip. Joan Engstrom, FrancisJ Marilyn SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB MEETS ->_a.m.", lI.dlbd,

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On Tu,sday, Wedne.day and Thunday, Feb. 19'-2 1. doaations may be gi�n by any student betWeen the' ages

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All "' gi.<e«jl ",ud.n" ... eligible .eJected Iwm tb. v..iou' d.partIDen", to enter the annual AU-5c.hool Ora- and professors for the final night will appoint(nenu at the McK.ewen .Studio R. 3833 between ' lO t � OD be chosen from he speeeh depart��=�g to President ChriJten- torieal contest, Feb. 18 and 1 9, Ip m , . . . mc:nts of other colleges in the :itta. o , lt nal De a Kappa nati Pi by n of KO<ed be mem If traDsportation is ·desired. it win Tomor� .after. the CPS game is sen, pf9!JPCC� JUDlOl' The winnen will be determined 'on A.C.S. mUit be Chemistry majon. and h.ono� .�ch fraternity. be fumiahed to and from the Light the �gbt-the night oJ the AWS The fmal rouDd. will be held in the the basis of original content, slXech and Water Company iD the POit OfIntereeted other the qualificatiODI tIl ·( . $ . s j CC! "Hobo The pri i. u t 1 00 c SUB at 8 p.m., Feb. 19. No admiaion techniques, and voi e quality. All flee building, blood donating headltudents �ould contact Bob. """ r-r couple and buueJ for the Titlow be charged. and the public is in- typed man�pts comprised of ten- quartet'S. The blood bank will be open Beach Lodge will leave immediate.y must material, be subm,it d to minute' to bear the IICVeD flDAliltl.. from 2 p.m. until 8 p,m. following the CPS game. sectiom of preliminary rounds Dr. Vernon Utzinger's office by MonNO' NEXT WEn Upon reque.t of the doner, a certi· There will be entertainment in the 11M: MooriDc: Malt wiD DO( be o be held February 18 at 4 'p.m., dar noon. Finalists will be posted n ficate aDd pin are available signifying informal .tyI'e. Joanne Schief, A rne priDted. Dat � • ca.e. wiD DOl with Bill Rieke and Alan Haden in ,the main buUetin board on Feb� 18. ' an individual hat 'given. Cheabo, and a girl'. trio, Mac:lanix Febnaary 22 ll be wil J cbarge ol th . i _ be _ _ ,", _ IIcId Frlda , _ ,_ ..t .... _ _ ·'_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ ud... ._ _ _ -_ _ _ I be a� � �e'�5't:�!�:,i _ ;' .. fO lint 'pIace .naDer' will abo 'have bU gratitude fo, the .upport 01 commu' • pmea and "'freshm.... are planned. name inscribed. OD the traditional tro'. .It "' • '. nily· Clubs, organizations, and especial. Tickets may ltiD be obtaiDCd from , .; '�.., . � .... phy. 4st year's winner wiD to Dr, Eutvold and PLC. Spooson ..' '117M:arciel Fink, Donrta Simkins, The!-.. . privil.ge of maiintai.i"" nl' ,.cmu""··.I· £_ the drive an: mcmben of the Parle· ' ma Stuwick, and M.rianqe • cal crown. • A : So don't forset-tomorrow I nisht ., ' . . an �nt In Jon Ericson, 11 Canuval Saga the weck�Qd, �";'Dival Saga the · . Witb alter the CPS game-the , ac- chapter Of Pi TolD. .JIobo style clothe. wiD ..abo' be aW�DI it iI time to be thinking �bich �. COIDJM1I: . uvely parbClpatcs. 1 aide over tile i �-�. k'''f '. \ � "' l in aider fen the pme.. ' ""' �;,� i�,· ..� t, ' .. , ...;.pdltiOD1n Ing. nd It' ueen a or q l J-.. ' I .' : 'W<' �t · , Planning. thiI year'•. magnanimow y nd may be eo-dWrr� �� � �: , � . �? .!'.lT4o a , fund raising campaign are " . ., FD.ST �(;�Of.' �"1" i. � men Paul Wanpmo and AI Fink. They BOOKS" COURSE FE�,� .t�, \ , " , �.s,p 'queen mUlt be a fresh- have �t .aside �reh . 10 � l� . f� Karl o.r D.-. . . . The fint meeting of one of the man wc:man; the king, a aetuor man. eampatgDlllg datet for the queen � office tu� J� March king and annouace thac �: palters titiODJ Great Boob counes POW beiDf �n-' Pe . must Will be allowed in the C-M-S build· 7. ..",d by the C....\ Keith, E .... ..... \D«. ' be' and be; the cl · , n;.. .. y,'. 'eb. 14, dent may lip ooIy fM Jef bel at S p.m are oue petition i · StUden .. �cit pn.e.: ..... CoOk, Dick . otill of . . kU>& '!"" {qr-'I'!.e;'. • ..rObe Moore 10 beIp Dale i be Pmd>yo. will Sop the � ge. life dent to � po Q>ODey; nioe �. : PIIbIic: Libruy, at "",til. 56IIi and . niP""' - ,.. .. '-. . :" "c:eptecI�until.Frlday of the � • for publical;... hid '""' �... r�, "", � '"�, '.' �'" ';'".� . ..... r. "..... .. . ' fic.

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Convenation betwttD prof�

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there i. no "modem" way to wor. We h� it won't happen apin. for three yean aDd living in the don'b i. for ODe o The Collqe Golf Cou�, and that wSo hesitantly opened ,the door one abip, ur time in Chapel and only one pu�. include. clubbCJUJel is for the .tu· day and wu amued-"J didn't know Studeat: AI a matter of fa�, I'd cleata' convenience and, we hope­ thit wu here."

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'nub to the Coca Cola Company lrom people, wh.", I eaD 1«1 time we batt been �n he� we bOW have • biS' li«n-:-the best of away tO there have been "IC!Veral who have its kind- and we hope h will serve 20:18 tell. us : : M been hesitant to walk into the club. u a welcome to all the .tudentl, the

enjoyment.

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VDitor: So then, I lee you ,till read

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to find out how the other hall lives

to I won't want to bt like them.

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Are you .urt: that you art: not rationalizing an improper and unhealthy de.in: to be one of them ?

Student: 0, no. I'm smart enough to always know right. from wrong. I just want to undentand how DO( to liv< .

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Tbe.Jiq,ia JbnIIar I. dea;sn 10 ,h.. �'�;'r'!P\U.... It >rill �. �j-Vnl. ..... iuiravea <ill _ oid<i of the no, doe. _,!i!IIP.<I� �"· WlUcla "'p' the ...,... al the CrS-/>Lc ";;" ,...: , "'r ' !>'''� .•�... 01 , P.LC CPs .., .c:oIJet!.e QD'*'otber side will be • � .' _Ve4 the _..... which "'P"" Joy G� ....... ...:......... 54 ...... the JOcaiIoa al the coIlel< " Kaday Iiesy ..........••.....-. 65 57 ItODe will be set· .in the: face of the $9. . ..:, .;���S;.i'� ' '.t :':':' ," " . . - WrY .� ......., " ;.•. . .... ...... .... $(t Marty.1IaU IWII>eis After ,... bOw been able 10 "" th, 42 WoIt '�..-.. -.. ..-..... " : oketchet ...:� "' the ri.� you• Nucy' TIll'IDaIl ............. . 60 '5 u tt*.tcMebt '**�� have to Vote Howanl!WorIey ._........... �1 74 to adOpt " the rin, if that is YOJ.lr de.irt . Hatd J- ......... ....... 7$

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...ootnet with will haY; to mde a r cOinpuy. which makes the ring.

11 we Ctecide to pi the riDI. any .tudeDt 01' alumnus of PLC will be able ft) purchue it. . Del 01100 and Bob JohnJOn an: the

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book you were reading in Chapel wat PutpoK of the, co�J which is

aome reiigiol1. work ? Student: Well, no. At 1ea.1 not in the narrow senle of the word. I 'was ru.ding "Cannery Row." I'm trying

I wouldn't look any funlxr for God, if I were you� unless and flDd out how a good Chri.tian may live? you meant business when you found Him. Shiclcnt, Well . The length of life doesn't d.termine its value.

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The ' CU, d:mducteci by Rev. KeI· the Bible. I had. heard that mOlt col. l�getl �n Christian O'DeI, think the mer Roe, will meet wt!t!kly at the Bible � old lubioned. I ,uppose the a/or<menlioned time, lor one hour.

QUOTES FROM SPIRITUAL EMPHASIS WEEK Pastor Carl W. Segerhammar. Speaker We have an unfailing blueprint for life in the Bible. Some people approach life with no more concern over an Archit«t than many congregations do when they build. Long, long bt:fore pSychology became popwar. the scriptures gave ttx wa.y of bappiness.. No character ever left so little. yet no characl'tt had ever left ON so m uch. Jesus left a body of friends. but he left a great deal m -He left the promise of the Holy Spirit. Get a point of lYftrence outside of yourself-that reference is the God you know through Jesus Christ. Mfve Hli m wherever there is a need and you'll have a point of reference that will make life meaningful and etttnai. Wi.. men ,rupond to God', grace by giving gifts. Wise men give unquestioning obedieflce to God. So often we come to wor· ship but not to suve. We need the historic faith of the past to build the future .

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_..;I-" set tbr.ir lut ehaDee ; b ....'.. _..:J , _:_�.;,.,-:.....---�...::... I.-----...-;..---:� to ... 'the l.�"' in tonisbt and � Q, e IV'WD , " " eeOru St.de V . . tomorrow mpt .. Hantlmaa'. team ...(; , ) � We loot a ball pme. but w.·... ..... prou Of . .. _.PLe. d \"., team., "E" , , Lu... _' Central ODd CPS is chat � Lta _files _ 21 _ ' �r. rf ed ' briU·I...j ' _ ...... t ., . ... . ..� �' . 01'IDaDUt ad mtesrated tJieiD mto tile 1iac chip' are clown for PLC .. tbey ny 0'Brica: aacI .u • JlaY;ia , wilD w'D I� � .....tandIR' t..... oMiiml "! \he -.., 1\e.. .... di at _t cldclllive ,pme Deed _ wi.,. to ttay up there. CeD- - _ Irlt ill the ...,...: TIiat'. PLC (65) "- (17) _ U. played by GIeD H�fman; Jerry Heity ODd Gane/ Lurid with tIIei. fi.. bock. traI will be ........dIii, alle, _ tile � /rom lIemoriaI .".. T_ Hefty (2 ) F (9) WJdaie. ' boon! work; ,b�.. """ Iloa, wiih chat _ quartet m-in, perform- _ _ J a U w e r k foUowi"" 7 clay Oishi .. �1tIe (J', 1iii.de.I die H� (6) F (+) a...lofrd ",cr; Ron BU � �jf boD baii�,; lien W� tiomiaI fine fIOo, play; l••k ItNisbt, """...... willi. Glooch Nidi- Lu... tbeir fin( 100\ on dOe home 'loli_ ( 13 ) C (�) IIiwIia Johnson e � bin,.. ou�n, boiinI _ with aome Ii... .bootin,; aDd oIooa boo hwlt, this year'. ,Wildeat floor this' leunn. A. """iIIow crowd ;Wen. (7) G (28) I. 0'''' last, but,del,rulely not leU!, the Luu....... .....taDdiali piayer 01 .... teIim .... die .. ...r x • 'TeIIe " � ce . � 1 3 birl>Jy reganIed Chie& • ... puJl B-. (2 ) G · ( 2) B,'O'Brien the inli. our own 5'9'" star, Edify B�. :Aod, of cout'ie, !\ COCt withouf sayiDI, it traDlfer from WyomiDK U,? and 'Cap-- oat -.n Jtcp to (ran hdii.nd ItDCt R.aerveI: PLC--R.OII (10), Lund. look a good Stattle U. team to wm out OVer thW't;ittr;, (2). BiIliap· (2); Seattlf:.-Doa.e�. perfOrmance. Yet, we lain lilly Lee, playing bitdourth year �� . fired up Lute team. �w . a g�at �1 �. IDCid�talIY. ...b.ootiDI perU:n�,e for tbe game ·sa� D . IUU'd position with the EUens- With Ed Brown rinkiDI long one Moec:a.tel (5), Haberle, GiDibert. Jo­ UJt L�,a �.-:::: :,� .�:-��:.��� ;::.-� �. �",;.tl:; .l:R&r,.- �.... "I:he:: :�I:l��;�. � �t to ���_� �� .��� � b (2 ): Soo .(.2). while tn the lecond half the Chieftaim bad 50 �rc:ent, againlt 33 P«ttnt aveDS c a 66-46 loll" h� tbem OD . -.-- - �..-_ ��_ • .t�h.�.hutc . .;.. ..1 lead. nt - . .� � - ' for PLC. n lob' Rei. dwn� , - -:; . ¢ '�.-: , li quarter. the Ce tral floor ....t month, ' T will try to in 8 poi�u i� the �C!)Dd quarter � '&'tern TetJm CeatraJ PLC rrow nisht � . . nell at hand, We would like to give you few quotatioDs m:ab It 8 .trupt Now (o the buti our Croll town keep the Lutu ahead 36-32 at the from the Central paper'. accou nt of the 66-46 victory they potted over the rivab from CPS. Earlier gamer this half. PLC Jolt Captain �� Wel� . in Lo . Lutes in EUel\lburt on January 1 1 . '� IT'' t' year found the Lutes winnin, by 71 . the third quarter, but with Brown tti1l .eII r V . " . Coach .Nichb� had hil five let up a 2-3 tone defense th,t wu I +9 and 53-51 .ICOres, Since thu., John �ttiD! �e l�g ones. built. up a 57-48 , � " � �' . tigh�r han the Iron CU�b. Once they croaed the renter .tripe, aU the Heinrich has picked up a couple I� golD' Jnto the final ua .. J n utal 'Pdt t the '-:" quarter, however, the the"P i Lute. saw of the bucllf!t ... infrequent glimpses betwet'DI the wide spread vanity ball players on the open � : �� . only h t o it from t 1 1 I tinge" of the Cat ckft'DCIen . . , A tight Wilda, � ket and the Loggen could be very am ou r T Ooor that even a he intramural pf'O«l'am wu "owed atie rien. a.nd Co. J'aye le O i B out ' rough for the Hanhmen to baadle. Whi couldn't bave aqueezed into kept the welt "i� ratt�d and off- balaoa: ii 7 ' aDme 'exten ll t to � diiie' .. two : . . , Ltc gave them a leuon or two in the (iDe an of f....m' and driving the length Bert WeDs, Ed Brow n aDd Gerry of 8 � that last one gave them the weeks bec:awc:. of lpecial· activkie. OIl 6 ct ry. 7-65 the campus, but Western ·e.nland VI O of the floor . , . keller c01leckd a few foul .boll when Lute elbows and Hefty will be ma.k.ing tbeir final apJohnny O'B��n collected � field livened the lee knee. Wttlt a.tray . . . The ulUalIy lOIilewhat vd'l atile and voluble Mr . Hanh- pe.arance. before the home folks jn De in the Uni�nity goal. and 12 free tbrowt for 2&: poin& league by c::-u.inl man seemed u �ildered a major ul*t Tuesbit . boy. the fim half . . . Our compliments to this one. w b i l e Ed rown added. 3 charity day night. B tou, sir (Hanh), your behavior wu exemplary even ir one or two of your to t.hote 10 long oneba n d e ra Lea,ue laden Eastern Parkland youns gentlemen were a bit, .hall we lI.y, over-enthused. Perhaps Mr. John..

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hu forgotten that the time betwee'n January and March it" given over to basketball DOt to the more rigotoU. sport-football . . . Captain Billy Lee wu teen to walk rather duedly from the floor after th�e Lute Hdtys,

and

Gerry included, ganged him on the 40-00ps, on our end of the floor . . . Did

you notice the Lute m:llna� n going around picking up all

Lee, Keller ...nd Teller were faking their boy. out We thought

see the relative

of?"

would pan thell! remarks on to you,

merits of we

the r-quipment that 10

that you could

the two team. from the Central point of view.

Summing it uP.. we find that our

boy..

a� a buncli of bewildef'td ruHians, while tM tt.Qcy rakin'g Wildcats put on a show to rival the Harlem Globe . Trorten. Speaking of fake., it, would leem to us that the biggest fake of all in-

volved here' is the jo of reporting tbe game dorie' br ., c:eruin tpOrt! writer from east of the Cate"ades, Thi. it the . you remember, where both teams . the fi look JJ shou In haIf an th e 'Ice c Lutes tral·1�d at haIf tIme '

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ror a 23-point total. saw their lead Ih�nened as Wettem, The tall Seattle Papooaes ddeated spearheaded. by George NoWadnick the hustling Lute JV" 7147 in the with 1 3 points, downed a prelimina.ry. It was too much height .core: oi 2.S-23. John Liming pohed at 6-8 Joe Pehanidl score:d 23 for seven counten to Il":ad Eaatern's seorthe Papoole' a d Jerry Schimke col- ing,

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The one other game in the U versity league wasn't quite 1lI c10scly eontested, Central Parkland ran over Ta-

37·25 and in doing 10 elimin- . all boPe of champion.bip Tacoma. tawl Wan�o was high for gameroad irlp-into tli"e- Spakane- atea� for Central witlf 16. and Al Ahrens Wednesday. Feb. 20, the Lutes play PI.:C wih' win'd up

ball schedule next week with a three

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The Franklin-Piertt Diltrict in Tacoma hu claimed two of the mid-year graduat�, Carolyn 'Winten i s t�ching at �ntral Avenue School and Guame is- teaching at Midland . �ior bigh. Phyllis �lVick is at the �--__I* Ii.l-.. t�r...-.n1 �-, . pi�. Tumwater. Wash., has claimed two. Donald Kenny, 7th grade', and ,Gilbert . Andel'l!)n, 8th grade. "Bob B�, �51, is teaching the 5th grade in Pleasant Valley school, Sout.h Kitsap district.

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weS ' the bells ,were played �fficialty (or ,the rlftt lime at the chapel i 'open�y. The are custom built and -:--eo t.. .. ���y,.�edule. �e'.: are automatically set on � d y ule by a IfStem of speCial re�latlDg clips� but can be switc�ed to manual for the usc of. the keyboard, phonograph or loudspealc.er system. The system consists of 28 notes and is one of the largest mc=chanisms collJtructcd. It is let on a manual console and wiD be connected to the organ manual ' when that is installed. At the present of the studio, but also of rc=cording time the control and volume -'t:.o.l.rd ltunes in the basement with a transmilti.� mlcbboard. a in the Public R.lationS olficc. Constructed like· a regular studio, with the exception of Ijte stagt:" the Will Wub Dry V , room was desi�ed by an architeet and Clothes school reprcsentativa and has been UllMraal Day of Pnayer will be checked by an outstanding Fut - SaId,. - Ec:onomicaJl,. obterved U the LSA mttting, Sunday, electronic and sound engin�r. No POOL VOUR CWTHES 6:00 p.m., in the SUB. AND SAVE two ICmces an: parallel and IOUnd On the program are Mia Anne E. i. the same in the rear as it is 00 the Knudion and Miss Crace Blomquist. .tage. A tpeCiaJ cork 'floor bas been will give two book reviews. Spe­ i ai:�n c o;':!� music is planned and the closing ns;!!��e e-act be given in the Towu Chapel. plays, �tab� and latu oa uSeThe Regional Retreat at Camp vilion, wben it becomes more practi. Wascowitz iI .chedul� for Marcb cal. T�e d"i-cssing room will be used 29 to April 1 . -llcgiatnLtion for the alternately for a ligbt control 'room. retftai is $6.SO: Camp W�witz is C�rtain Call Alpha Psi ha e \" milii Wi 01 NOrth Bend. taken the , fighting system at 'ibe;;r .. project. Later a curtain win * * added and the Baldwin piano will GROCERIES eI MEATS moved lrom the SUB 10' ",coniing pU.poocl. F.,.a' the studio' it will be: possible PACIFIC AVE. .. Garfield St, GR. 8560 10 broodcul di""tly 10 Tacoma, brood,,",1 and th.n and �e mpe, o r � b��t and . lend tape over the line at a b time for rebroad<:allt. It wiD be sible to record chapel exercises dirc=ct� ·,1 0 P . t n, n .. Iy through the Maine console. The public address S)"Itcm for �e main .' .. "1"1 stage will be controlled from the con­ trol booth. It will also be used . - .- �- � - -- ---. - --

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ts ve tu':"ed in their final basketball- perf .nc�, ,;::-<-,--.--;_ ='- G:LAI!!I'f\:) I RS 4- ut h:, at " GerTy - ,, <fty, Bert Wells and Ed Brown these graduatmg senioro. Bert and Gerry <,ntered LuteVille . ago and moved: Into the startillg li�p: Bett, as a ball-haw (kii",� guard, who was voted last yur's ipspirational i v �e� e � hi y� after pl'lmg at Olympic! Jc. !his _scrappy guard ieamed w,th Bert to 8\ve the- Lula the 'ou.!Btanding pair of floor men -in _ FINAL STANDINGS tbe co�ftrence. The tl'1m will he; missed next year.

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Memph�'AIf B� t<am finished fourth. ./ , _ . , ( Ken Wrlght;_ fo,:",er L,,:te and �i'?'''t�.?I1ege athlete, has been nam�d � �n outs�andlng rook.. pitcher In t6e San Fran.. CISCO Seals trammg camp. i , ' : Did you "now what'- darge SUB auditoriu";" we ha er La.. v !tirt>t:' ��I- tre r:»:$�i£t � higl;l,sc_hool rourney was pla�=, u l 'lMelll ona <gym o'ft ·loWtr campus, a school bus pulled �9 In front of the SUB. Two �:un ,high school students [ore stafrs. in"the' loonge, and nn- up utlo , t);e - top opened the'door and called qack, e fll'S!_ glrl!to '\'tad Oh, we ", '!?R I .te. 'File 8"\11e mllst be over. No ono's here.'" .1'f60'b.lier of 1 950, in his first year of ttr� l::"u{ . , . Johh SCilIKl state B tournament coaCliiltl!', blilljjB Ilit'�aI<e St��It. team [a. • in Tacoma ;,his'wtek 'as- N6rthweSt_ District ChamP.. •. Myttit'Moi'kli. &iine". St.I1.·s .. ; Q M � .. . _ Hats otf tO- " i . tl>< Whir;vorth Shoe S,I''''_ !'�4 ��ohilJon's Druk' �for making ' ' " , _- i . '. broadca.t pooilble. being oil U ,Se.nlt to Ian. good and _ ns COn'gratlflatio , , (or the, National Invjtational Toumamellt, at M.>4.ison hiS

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Hall' (\toiind. ) ...... .: 4 . . . ....,. .. pouI' With ,"1. ,1ab � . . to date with 0 3•.hi..... _ . . C P.· S. while F..... chucke. loci later Iw -.. (iWtt) _ ..........: 4 . " 1 2 · � . . , ' ' ' """. - o . � 'S '" "\'>'" fme ..lief �rforrowltq althoUgh he toWel.'. fUld the pia;;' c::..m.I � Mea ........ S • biJ ne i ' .• tarti�� �:� ..: _ _ _ , ' . " VJ1ie � ' . , " • . ... . , I�aFntally . .. ary !� the w....... paper, alter they defeated .c, P. S. ","",' Sptod. W . , ' .... pitdies. . f1. . .� .. .c. 2.{iaDd 6-�. quoted Coach Joe Marti. U'''rU!g !»at he cUd ·. ben... _ .. ... · the .... .. .. . :........ them OIl·: .. .. , is _Ie " .. • P.· S. with D " , the Evefp'eea CoidCftDCe wu a team 1D � Coec:h J.{ark ' SaIa:Du.' �MIIi&d • JDOU:ad�d1rtY ,. I that eoulcl touch the Vikiar hue- . . Jatliiiniral' vo�baJl lOt iotb IuD bal1en i. lCuoD. We'b iD tbe. � �� abo _.. 1 . -At' . pc � � j . � � � . . .... �.Put,� i nr � ' � " " . of wa &be two' in' c:ampa, � '�'.� �tb.•• ti� r tie for �m� � �n · ·dated' to' tee . Job� Waldorf wOh the I1ttirincD" 'hole'�jn-oae �Dtett with • drive · tIi� cup aM was awarded . table radio. Th� itucd ' CeDtnJ �n' � lDpDy �,!. ' � ik . . : ne al1.achoo� plDg poDg playoff; are �U �erway in the SUB. A ten- aiwn, in fint � quite C:�teaiccuy de U. , 4-3 . ICOIe. aDCl 1 Vc ' ,,: �tlve IChed�e.w ill �.� . •U of the chimplon · " l1� iDatchd playecl off at one uoul lUt Tu«*laYnisht whCn tbe Ceu.. lAIle th C "S • t • 1lT..... ..te. ' time. W.tcli.for furtber annO\lncem�t1. .� J ::;".. Men . puUcd u �..ex- � ... . 11'�. , "', tw: d�t>ie. ·c� I � M f ttal . ery pr,;,;. in thaC' ma� : .t; . �'� ) . � . It', a little 1ater .Do�, b�t coD�iuIatiOJU to.Glm Huffriia , But Wdb pected upte( and aumped" theni' . n Clr!JJ' Sviftgen . Meanw&.U e" on the B 'rOO k � GOIf one e t thr . iUiD a�d Ed Brown f�r �nl:the �--coMertnce se.;ond team in basket� . It it 'of £ IeUODI mott S ' �' �. . ' U CbUfte,. the llDUmez. bE "We;, 'ltrri!aci . .till hard fOf thlJ column to �lleve that there ' were a better' pair (il gu.rds g.mel., T.be · Married ' Men played Win fl:r.n... nrs P. L. C. :will abo be competir:r� '� " ... � .quad of only four men, Feu, ':lround than. We�•••n·d Brown. . . . Ralph ' rollOn, the Wh.ltwOrth "giant. Heng1tad, Kill;lball and Jeffen; wwle Tb.� P. L. ?: ten�lJ � g� teama In thi. aPon the Vikmp Ion 'to was named to � national NAJB sed)nd team. ith cred- the Itrong SeaHJe -q.. �.am, 1+'1 , and! the Spiken carried a full crew: John- �ent mto action this week W " · . . I nfaDiwer to nume-u. .... D> Honey. que'n'�, ' aJth 'oug'b n.. WaI'to'n, � "'ttore. defeated C. P. SJ � by' fUa:' . �7 Rou, Krejci, Helberg, Bickner, ttable pcl'formaDCCI. A� the �gse;SJ Lu� Oben Ia' the I&iter � well aad Earl Luebker from 'our own branch lports off,ice down town. may and and Nei�n. . �I)d J�ger wOD their singkt 'tvenis 'Sw�nlOn ied ' the 'Vikinp'ol;" be ul�.derpaid and determ.ined to atrike, 'We are very utiJfied and will conw i breit , . IIodmiDtGrt IIeJiJIo �nd Sp'tzer and . Olse • .,...., th�'gh ,01 7a.- .... 80 rapOciively. tinue to serve our large readi.g public. The Iiitra.r:Doral Badmmton Tour- Ie doublel to gzve the Lutes a 4-3 · . . A few � f� a trian;"" meet between Western, U. B. C., and nament begins Monday April 21. victory. Vancouver A. C. tha! our trackmen might be interested in include: mileThe crack Seattle U. team defeated Champiom from at six physical (du4:27; 120 &isM-16.0; 880--2.02; two mile-l0:13; ibot-.46' 1-: j.velin-the Lutcl by • 6-1 .core. � W� cation daues are entered. ' 174'11"; .nd broad j��20'7". day as Pete Luvaas was the lone Track Lute winner. � The Lute goU ladder fmclJ WeDdell The Intramural track meet will r O held Thu:.c..yr-APlil-24; at 3'lso.. Watts �...! � !... ? be "; � = De" ,;� ,,:. ,, = · rol � :;; Iowed � "' ;:':'� aiJd; � e� thre :;;' l( ;;;., ';;: �;;.tl ;;: ;;:. ' t";; ;.:.... . ;;:: p. m. Varlity track men are not by Len Nelson, Don Koc:uIer,. bing thrtt of' tbeis .�- six ball eligible to compete. ' Events wil1 ,...iD- GogI, Punk Wolhueter and Dwigh� / j · l " . gamet. S. P. C. ore the OD sc 1km �ymo�. .e . 1 00 yard dul). 220 yard ..h, • In its lint' game: .gain.t McCbord matcll lJ .. follO'li!': +W yard �nt 880 yard run, IUgb Air � the GJadiaton ioIt. . � . 0. P. S. (' ) . jump, br<>ad jump. shot put, foot. · P. L. .o. (12) · Watts � .................... o.bome 2Y2 deCWOD by . 1�'score.� . , btJl throw, and 880 yard relay. Nelson 3 ................ ................ 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Annual Banquet"FarewcD T� to festIVal. Th�

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Debate Squad ;e T�o More ToummI:JrH!IU''S

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Pacific Lutheran "COUq;e', �I with PLt:t. bUJe3 bringing mem�n �f Pianist R. Byard Frittl J:will solo fil'll .. annual l·Jmalicood� tetl� tfte Queen wi th the orchcttu '&,1 the aftct�n roovn into second gear this afternOoD _ of Tam., �rforinan�" A prosram aJ Clarence ·Demot, Broadway ador Ddiu., SibtliUl, Cesar Franck and wbo, ineiden'f.llty, '�de& over the Brahlll' i• •�ated .. "", - . . ' Acton Equity UIOciatioa, tll direct the . ' Clir1nar ]. MalmiD w • . program mterpltUtife • �..··' • 120-\'olce . relh,'ClI Cuo... . that,w\ . . pre4 Def"Wf'nt', telectiOoi . will t nY and l . of portions from Shake.peare'. e w dt: It h �n � �. ,on Mercliant of .venice , Ai .. . f

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MarwucriIC Thompooa, ·Marilyn Djarl. Mari­ lyn WIllo", mel R... D...'....; (ItaDdiDr) Bill Rie.... &;dwd SiuhJmiIIer, Don Keith. p� Wupmo and Bob JOIu.oa. NOt pictured are- Dadc:De DeJaniiDe. AI Fink, Uoyd � and :Oi"!' La...... ·

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By Phyllis Grahn and Ncsvig Tbis was Miss Petina', fint ttip to "The audience w;u ' delightful;" this part of the NorthweJt. She had in Portland previously �n a tou..r en commented Mis5 Irra Petina follow- be . '. ' ing her concert .given last evening as with the !detropolitan. ... "I was very happy and very proud tbe optning of the Music-Drama Fessing at I �e was when openasked to tival . ing of Y04� festival. �is '��ngi}s Miss Petioa, the world', greatest m that the of one beautiful t .�ve I os Russian-born. i, "Carmen" of today, �D' do' inytb.J:ng and "an American ever su.ng , in. You and lighting aUditoriu.m ith he the t having �en educated in W is acCoultic.aUy ptrfect." S. Upon graduating from the asked her opinion of a fesciWhen Philin Music of Conservatory t;d adelphia, the viVacious Miu Petina val of thiJ t�, Miss Pe� repb .kpped right into a role at the, Me:t� that it .h� be continued. "It gives from . and my audie� th� mething, � ,wu aod poUlan Opera in New York the company for' �· � , �t �� expe�nce I enjoy linging bdo� � � � . a eoIJese (a�cc: becaUle- �ey come she is 'd� . .. . ... , . �.: aO 'c:a;Qy' ud �t to criticize ·the pe�. . the iile of �, G�i«' � f�t! - .�. ' . ... �n the ·�', of.. N�y," .� t� J '� MilS. Pet.tna 1c:ft thii . Angeles_ Loa via was in ahc-!origiUl ,*f , 1I).O'JimI fo!· Texas. 'u ""o.. yiar "-'�I ,pD BrOad·: She"' wilJ't bc: tbe guest-artist 00' th Sh� �� Oil ' C0-:npany" fint tele: �/ODe-yc:a; � ar:d it

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aU opc:rc:ttal. ancr.. b!l' opera role il "Cannen."I·The Ravel group on her program i. h�r favorite but her .pet ' IOng il "Green .. �ich . '.be JaDg as ·an · enCore' D ' . . . . . " .;g;·v ening...'. .

oWn." Thi. �tatement came from Clu­ ence 'DerWent, �o will play the lead in CbristolJhef FrY'. uA Sltt..p of Pm.. oners," ton ight . o�, the. C-Y-5 .tar:' . . Between the puni aDd pbiJoeophla:ing in the . actOr.t con�tiOD, one can delf:�t a" (riep� � � honesty of the tii8f�t de8ltt. POl'! mwnplc, when �t ',PLC; he com­ mented; . to!" !}lust .�t .1 had never

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·S�g With.a ·heayy �t Dative .to En� whe� be: lived for 28 yean" � j e rudd z complexioocd thopwl" t'oId of� with � in his eye, two �cprds of wbich .he: atrc1Dely prouH. � UJ .have: pla�d in a1 but thtec: of . are .his . Shak�lpeare.� plays," . on w -., !avontcs, .� after knoc�g ,�." . viifoD· P�fUIl. I DERWENT'PRAISES C-M.s !. he added, "1D lfty yean.� the th�.ter d . D ne ha performance: � miue � ve: . � � I . � uPa�ific . L��e � . . D : The l�ng man 10 the �c:spearitt DeW · buildtl)8 a ' itaae' a&d ligbb plant 'for 'which 'JbaJly thett..rel 00 1.I.n Festival Stratlord�n-"'YOD for leY. (OODtiinaed em: Pqc. 'our) Bfoadway would give everything the:y

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continue until &turdaY . night when instructions given in the pamphlet," the bonor frateraity will fbnnaly l reThe Choir of the We.t h8.5 had a When did PLC'. choir Jordahl empbaaized . ceive new membc:n, PI Kap PresIdent. known as the Choir of the Welt?: loriul and noteworthy life, WIth the­ (;enel,u preCaution outlined by Jon Ericson, ,anDOunced this week. This Oft-Uked question wu an- number" of iu li.tenen running into Impromptu .peaking from a soap- swered this week as the fame.t aiug_ the� milliODI. includina �etWork &ire" the phyaic. prof�r are to ( 1 ) Keep your head at all times. Don't get box at the frontt'�� of out u a great ing enicmbte prepared for itt 2� coo.t:ert thiJ Wedend. ' anng rib- a nni ' Reason for the I 5-minute rect:1S excited. (2) Try to find .hclter---baJe- each noon together w�th we versary: rue.' of � · wu for the "Atomic Age" .tudenta to ment or ground floor of a concn=� bons and caps will mark the pledges re.­ A Mootins Malt go through a mock air raid. to better building u best. Partial lhielding is in thdr informal initiation. . Ye&lecl. that the Ohoir of the W�t ap. prepare: them for !plch an emergency. better than none. (3) If caught unex� · Jobn Rydgren, Carol Brace. Phil pelation dates back to the suimnet' of . During the morning'. chapel period. pectedly in the open, seek shelter Myhre, John , Holum and , Dick Bor- 1 19SI, when die' , groU.p tOok itt � · . cted d g or �_� ;;.�I� _ ��e � �; 1 � 1. ; : � � n .��ri .. i . he and the Dean of Metl, Mr. E·klund ing poaition near a wall. CQver face , Si-d-"ging 4O. Concert. iii' , • , and Miu Wicbtrom, Dean.of WOOlen. and neck with a.rnu and pull coat or eluding an appearance before 20.000 burm flub from protect to up �eater A movie on self defenae agaiJut atomic people at the �cago, Stadium, and to keep Oying objects out of eyes. exploaioDJ was also abown. aggregation, then composed of ' 40 '"'" " ,. " voices, wu repeatedly referred to u Blue Key and faculty memben ( 5) I II then: is any precipitation · · rt ' were statioDed at Itrategic locations along with the blast, .tay under cover " die choir of the West." modifitd .lightly, .tuck. in the buildinga to observe the degree for at leut an hour. Actually. the name' was qulte of ellicieJIcY with which the pian WOO (6) Avo;d breathing dun .tiN«! up . by the blast if poaible. ( 7 ) Don't use ' � oot durin& the alert. propriate. AI early as 1929, rukJ:ia J�F , . Hut. bad- obeetyed:. ' ne clUef cW:tsen from an atom.ic the telephone, turn on your radio for a", Bligasemeat aDd �y partiea ' "Not everyone realizet that hIut were n.ted. by Jordahl and abo D� (8) Loa't UItC water after the . . have features of the Luteville aocia.l baa the only choir 'of its ' kind wnt qoe.. In. _ �t , year, the · '�.OU'. the PLC defCDJe plan in mimeo- blast except to fight iitta. . chosen to repraent· tho. • tate at · the . . ICeDC m the palt few daYI: ' paphed fonn were cfutributed in the the MlUOuo. River, one of acapella Sian ' P ' . . ' .' - wonar: IlDsm� ranclSCO . * . ' ' fall", " . -. �, " It" i. urgentthat every mem- Before the war, the Tacoma Pbil- June Humphrey Utctally "let the .inging. For the put two )'non, it . ' rahJc: fame aloog • the �� �l en ,�te. AbO her 01 the coUese family familiarize harmonic played 'annual CODcerts at cat out '01. the bag" when abe an- baa gained cooai.de D� her eDpgement. -After de� the Pacific Cout' through ill �n m himIeJf with the JeDl=ra1 and specific PLC. . rown nn· CI'OWl! nDee v on fifth floor, Marilyn Lanoo, each apriD,." o y. M June'. roomte, by 7 ted .. g; pullecl lill!< paper ma ri O in 192 J� Eel. .... artha 01 t/ rwa cats out of a aac.k and p.vc: ODe tOo wardI, the ehoir wu cODClueted. by each girl. The felines rnealed the its founder during ib· initial decade. r-----., names, "June a.nci Bob."� . June'. Edwards, a SL OW grad, bad ftance, Bob � is a cadet at laced MJ'I. Philip Hauge .. p . West Point, from which be will gradu� m&D of the music ate thiJ spring. June p1a.ua ....to attend Taking over in 1937 wh.,.fllld>/anli l l the feativities at West Point in Jime. left for California was They have ·�0ICJl a July wedding date. . .. ........... ... DAVB NBSVIG mrroR Lut night wu a � �1.CYeOt -Ed' Daugi, tOpbomore -from Wana ASSClCIATB BDrroIL_......_.._.._� GR:A1IN for w, the .tudents of Pacifi� Luth­ Walla, became en� wt weekend aUIIINI·II MANAOEIL...... UVING IIIIVBIlTBON eran College. The festival got off to While he was home, His bride-to-bc.. _ _._ .ER.NI!ST JOHNS(>N _.. EXCHANGE EDITOIL. __.. a wonderful .tart and it pnxniJea to Bernice BrubjeU. is a senior at Walla SPOIlTS EDITORS _... .llON DOUGLASS 'I"'" TED G�OTJO HN be • perl'ect weekeud. WaII& IDA wh�they me.. The PllOoP BDIToIl..-__. On behalf of ..,. .tudon. body I cou�e bas let tlO � date. , ADVERTISING MANAGEIL_---k_ . . OANNl! � �CET would like to pay �ia1 'tribute this 21st J� Tuck celebrated CIRCULATION MANAGBIL.. .... .._�:..........._.......JANIrr. OLSElj. week to"-Mr. Karl and Mr. Weiu for milestone April 22 when Charlotte _ ...__.._�UL\L HOPPMAN ADVISBIL-.__.. _ the ItUpendOUJ job of organizing they LaQua gave a birthday party. attended have done for .this great affair. UP0RTER.S-Bev Greon. Can>I Btsce. J..... FraokIID, J....... by other ruth floor girlJ. Vwtors to the PLC campw: wt Wednaday afternoon were no doubt IUrpriJed. to find cLwes diunWed aod the student populace lining the ballwaya of the &ix buildingt:-

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It iI a big dream which baa be� cOme . retlity for these two men. rm .ure the peOple who ta'r the perform�

anee wt nikbt and the people who will. be mng the performance thia weekend will be very much impreued.

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Chapel, H{ls · CancUes, Cross' Made by ProE.

THE NOOBINOU4A8T

Derweq. rto St , l in NMJ Premier of /"('A ' Sleep" ' , 41

WhCb the CUrWlUI put tol1igb� the action takn place in • �urcb Iet- �:U, festival patroDl will be teeia i -tias. the premier performance of ChriJ. Deno<nt wiD portray Pvt. TIID topher Fry'. "A Sleep 01 PriooDen" Moodows, God· aDd M.... . Waldorf · wiD tale the port 01 Cpl. Joe A� 01 the MilliaippLlve li r. , Plioyin! the leading. role will be Adam, J�.ai>c!. Sbadr.c. Ilrdsren Clarence DeIWCll!, who played the will be Pvt. Davl4ltlnl, Cain, David,

In a wonhipfuJ letting three floon above basement lounges and .iiuated.

bt:neath the chapel steeple, a number of campus grouP' are meeting weekly.

New occupants of the devOtiooal chapel, now known at tbe Tower are the All-CoUege Piayet Service on Mondat 'evening, Mi-.ioo

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. aI. ...... role when the pia,. wu atagod Abraham aDd N...... wbile M m New York ancl LoDClon. The well. calm Some ii cut,,, Pvt. Peter Able, . ''';' penooa1iIY wiD be ..p- Abel, Ab,elom; hue OJI!I A_SO· by aD aII-maIe cUt of three" .The play 10 ..oder tJje eliiedl... ol .. . . . 0. . .......- '-' ''' C '''''' � aad Joan . _ . � ... .. • • Hip ill hIo medium. 01 dreamo, . mow what iI wroac willa p�." �t , . ...., 01 today. Thi:Y oh.... how .!hIo rqriaeIlu!d ibe

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August 30 , to Sept. 5; Lutes TO'AHend

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clolu to the • Pacific NortbweJt . ' of the Lutheran Student MovemE:nt, by JUDe 15. Rction. which will be held from Aug. 30 to ' Amoog tbote who will be this yeats Anyone inte�lted in joining the sept. .5 at Estel Park, Colo. .peaken are: Dr Paul Empie, many P. L. C . •tudenu already plan­ Sponwred by the Lutheran Student live director of the National Ding to attc ad thiJ year's Alhram Association of America, this year'. mould contact Art Broba , John Asbam theme will be "Summoned R.0Ie, or Ken Jobnaon to lee about Senre." The Itudents. their leaden Th,olc,g;�al tranaportation and regiltration, and advik':R will have as their main abjecti� the consideration of the

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implications of Christian faith in the life. the Lutheran World Federation; Mn. Ruth Youngdahl Nelson, a member This '\Ilnual Ashram affords a anced program of study, inspiration, of the famous Youngdahl family and

the wife of an Augustana pastor ' in . Asluamen will he¥" addressa by Waahington, D. C.; the Rev Donald Heiges, fxecutlvt: setretary of the oublanding leadm 01 tho Chu.ch and reporu from the firat internationai Division of Student Service of the Lutheran student and youth confer- NLC; and Dr. Geor� Forreli, pro­ to be he14 . at HaD<!Yer. G-erm_ll'ny. fesior at Gustavus Adolphus Co11ege. This IS l'h-e-'big oPPortunitY- for before the A$bram. 17. and � the v:eekend of 18. the D. R.. G. Day Gim will at- will aha engage in Bible study and tbose on the west COait to attend tbe tend a bOUle party at Lake Wildemeu. in discuuioDi on current problerru Ashram, aI it is very doubtful 'that:

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May 16, 17, 18 May i-s,

R� Needham. and Martha. and poIsible solutions. Those attend­ Coolicl are co-chairmen of the event, ing will allO worship together at which will ioclude aU kinds of I"e(:,n:&- Matiru, in smaller group', and in lion _ bonebac:k riding, golf. tennis, the Stnri� of Holy Communion. \ swimming. and

ab.ting.

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Thoae attending will be Ita Eide, Mountain vacation .pot. Such thi.nS' Betty Hall, Barbara Ellit. Eub. Dally. at hiking, hOlKback riding, tennis,

softball. and archery will be jwt a Christine Lamoureau. Connie Grace Nichola, Faith Bue1tmann. Na- few of the sports activities available. ami Roe, Carol Schuler, Sharon Mor- Thett will also be campfirea, rep-onal gan, Barbara Ahlberg, Shirley Fn.ncis, parties, picnic suppen and other in{onnal activitie.. LuciDe Shoeler, Marth& Coolick. mary Needbam. Beatta

ADn .Wall, Joy Gilmore and

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THE

Northwest Art Show Invades SUB (rOil

MOORING MAST

Open H�use Display s In Science Labs, Library ,

_By JUlIet Canon

Showing'a nair for the. amazing and

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Regis Paper. Tacoma Vegetable Oil, Pennlylvania Salt, Wy-penn 0,1, Kai­

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Anyone interested in �logy �1I . . spend mOlt oj his time on the accond w admin:. �on� than II a goapc:� of Door.admiring auorted specimens. In St. John Ptl�te<J In 1542 and �e fant the -zooSogy lab are demoNtratioDl of ever gtven to the �LC library. animal .phyla from lingte-celled ani- book Matly of theR volumes �ti11 have brau mall under micJ'OlCll)pU to chordata. loeb and. show the � left by book­ Plants of aU sizes, from mlc.roscopic nil- WOJ'lIll centuries ago. _te� fungi. and penicillin to Commemorating the silver annivc.r-liums uui dOSWood may be found . in the Choir !Jf the West, a special the botany lab. In the entomology lab, aary of to pictures commonly known u the bug hoult, a section is devoted of bygone conceru. There complete worbbop Ihows how insects programa . from boob jackets of groq a allo is p are Collected, preserved, mounted and in tho field of mu�c. c:luai.fied. -

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' CONGRATU�TlONS TO PACIFIC LUTH�N .COLLeGE

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you� Coutfuued Growth and Great Achievtt;ne�t ip the Comple1i_. of This Magnificent Chapel-Muaic-Spcec:h

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ItluU. this is his fint vilit t6 Puget Soubd Theodore O. H. Karl, wbo country. a. . ied them, "did an excellent ' . . o. Very enthus.lastic about tbe college .� . ,��9i!fk.fCP�9fS� . �oUeg.e� pu the lic for telaticnil � advaDeemen�' in IOUruI theat(:t and fettivab like �oun, a. he more people know a�t PLC now. aeemt to be about mOlt everything, he An added com�hment wu that . c:oncluded that "the coUege theater is of the opposing duOi remarked 4lI, W ii, doing much to enliven the ' American t it iJ awpended in space that their matches with PLC were drama scene." bY about a foot of wires aDd the finest they bad had all year. tioo. The DeW, G�teI cquiPncnt· can

CARD6 POSTUS ANNOUNCIIMI!NTS

MOORING

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of, �irea. knobs. dials, myateriOa.l DOiaet it evolving the This ' abowio" open to the public DeW � ecI��t �hich it being day, it the .same one that wu mataOcd. in the c)'{S. by 3,000 penonI in two days �. '�o and recO�' facilities. .t Anchorase. AIuka, lut week. bralnchlld J>f .P"".,_ Theodore Kall. Prof. Kohler, who wu head' of the are bei,D,'mad e an ���\ with the art departmeDt 'at Colle� o.f Puget work' of Uoyd Nonktrom from C & G Sound lrom 1934 to 1948. baa been Radio Supply 'Co,. John _. techoi. •

-West Tacoma Newtprint, Amencan ture is a coUection of reviews of the , Smdting It Ilefining, Sperry Flourins play, "A Sleep of Priaonen " to be Prisonen." Althou,b not .. emiDen�ly IUcccu. lliUI, Hooker Electrochemical• ...,.St. presented tonigbt. Christopher Fry author of tbr .......................................",r,............"""................""''''''''' '' ' he thinks will �come the litenry lul at in a MIll of earlier matches. ''il l giaDt of" the 20th century. "lie com- p �s aenior men's . debate � . ill R ieke atld Jon EnClOO - partiCl-:binCl' the verbal geruw of Shakespeare B in the sixth bnual Weat Point and the wit of George Bernard. Shaw." n t onal tourney lut week at the Although be is at veteran of royal I .�ta 1 . DlIlitary academy. court performancci in Europe, and 'Whi1e being awarded only three of dramatic tOUR throughout the U. S.,

L."'Ie. was very good.

One paintin� which hat been �.: ceiving almost univenal acclaim is ZalHnger'1 cis tempera, "Recollection o( Snow Lqe," which pictures an iDI· poling mountain. This piece c�rric.

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A bi.tory of drama and mulic at

After-the-Show·J reats

te&£.hing creative art and that th�

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� ilUbe chc:mil�ry lahl dilp'aYI PLC is iDu.trated by pages from put f� by 11 local" iDdultrial fimu isauea of the Siga. An additional

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SUB. He added that be believed Mr. RW06 waf doing a manrelous job in

which 'has brought, nearly 15 0 �tinp, Iculptum and other of 'Ut'to the campUi for the leitivil.\ Tbe Wat brOught from the -JIqiiy � a '1!.250 p;iie tag. _ � the Univcmty: of WuI1- I · _ .,.___ _

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Proc:ttdinl to the top floor, one

d�w,in. ��. to the Student

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one rather inutntted freahman w� had stood for 1� mmutet tryiD, to figure out • piece o( metal .cutj:mare , ' -' in the Northwest ut oh.ibiti

�r Aluminum, Dupont and �acific the interesting, the exhibits sponaored Match. by the ltaffl or the Science Hall and f Library a� among the Qlany aUra t the�� ::,::�: t�i�I��� tionl on the campul thil weekend. products. Also included a� n� .bu·ts In the fint noor or tbe Science HaU, showing the varioul Itepl in the manu­ the physics laha. have let up light and (.-cruring procca. Several · demorutra· electronics experimenll to intrigue . iona have �en let up by Itudents the vilitor. Tbeae include an optical the laboratoriea. abO. spectra and a demon.tratioD of the .

Ckorge with operation he bat cotten Roskot and the. It\Idenli that havl!' helped Itt up the pl1cry, in the upper

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Freshma n Picnic i To Be At Hood Ca nal

THE MOORING MAST

, . Louise I Reigns Over May Day Festival ' I

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M�mlX'rs of the 'freshman clau ';iU cb.mber aboard the college buses n� Saturday, May 10, (or an excunion to Twanho State Park, half-way up the west shores of Hood Canal, lOme 50 miles from Parkland. T�e Y,earling' will leave for the . pICniC at.about 12:30 p. m. Swim. , ming and varied garnet are being planned for the afternoon. The P. L. C. kitchen will send along . picnic tupper, for the celehranit, for which day .tudentl will be charged 50 �t&...aad,, � v.y�.-25. .( I Food chainnan iJ Mina RueD. After the supper will � an or-: I ganized hike into the hinterland&, fol­ lo� by a large campfire at 8 p. JD.' . The picnickers will bead lor home nd 9:30 p. m. Planning the outi ng are Gerald Schimke, Lauren Bloom, Lou Snyder. Darlene Bl'Onkhunt, M ina Raaen .nd Joan Munay.

nave R�. Joeann Huchttoen._Tcd Grotjobn and Darlene Waldron. Nearly 1,000 pelJOns attended tbe program in the gym, including a con-o . tingent of 3�O (rom Parkland school. Only .near-milhap in the hout-long affair was wben Train�arer Jean Reigning over the (eltivitiel wu Tommervik ItepJ)(d on Queen Louiae's Louise Stephenson, aenior (rom train. LaCrouc, who, after being crowned by the Broadway actor, WU, entera'-ned Dr a "'ria of muiiaol num bOn and , tc;,rplicborean maneuven. ��-.

Highlighted by the "delightful "(olklore demonstrations" by ...I.� mem­ ben o( Mra. Rhoda Young'. (olk games clul and by the coronation antics o( Clarence Derwent, PLC'. 18th an· May Day fele celebrated tbe ar­ rival 0(' Ipring yelternay altern�n.

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Showing colored alidcs of the European eou.ntryaide, Mill Anne Knudson, Englitb t�cher, lpoke of the. lecood �et� J?g o( the Student. W1V� orgaruza. boa. Monday t:ven.In,. , . Serving on the comn:uttee (or rere freshmenb � en�eDt � y Mesdames Shirley Hengttad, Shirle Inger Greger. KimbaJ.l, �ttY. IOD, Jac.kie W�n, Helen Mon� Esther F�tzen and Dorothy Bender.

� travels abroad � �

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A brief bw.in� ' meeting w� held

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c�tteet

to

(uncuon f�r

j tbe oext . .mee.tlpg ..on May 20. -0n. thl.

to

, " To· Lu-t-� PLC At Work5-h Op F',ve

Represent

Mill Anne �uchon and five PLC Itudents will travel at delegatC:I to Camp Menucha, Ore. next weekeoGd (or the Regional L. S. A. W� kshop. Tbrtt o( the .tudeDtt. Bonita Mul� b�d� K�tby Bieri and No� VorVlck Will be sent at repreaentatIVes o( th� local chapter o( the L. S A., while : Mlu KnudlOn. Helena Littau and Ken JoblllOl1 will at�nd as Regional olficcn (or next year. The purpose �( the �e�reat is to . dewlop leadetJhlp qH8liUct 10 the ·delegates frotn' each. lSf lIie L. S. A. chapters in Orq:on,. Idaho, and Wash· i�on that they mlght be better prepared to wor.k in their L. S. A.'. and in their church work.

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wiD t ' �on a n� ing committee l ubm lt luggelhons (or permanent orfiC%ft. The organization IeNet to bring the wiw-s o( P. L. C. Itudentt together Dr. Nodtvedt will be one o( the for a tocia.I hour. There are 125 mac- .peaken at the Workshop, having at ried ttudenu attending P. L.\ C. hiJ topic, "Bible." He wi n conduct lix aeu.i0Dl under this topic. Other The Seattle Sympbony played over topica to be ditcuaeC:t; incl de per­ 'NBC last Sunday. IOnal morality; miuiODl; ttewardthip;

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EARN S1,000 THIS SUMMER! with a Marshall-Field owned organization. Openings for CQllege Men and Women .to Assist the Director \ of CHILDCRAFT Work in Your Home State.

Compan; ' Repre..ntative

WIll Conduct an Interview Campus In Room L-1 1 5 �....., May 7 at 2:00 P. M. ._

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. D P�entlDg Intrica. . . � OJgames•' � Helping to feed the guestl ' nbns &",,1, MexiCO a.d A.u.""" the f..tiya! ·_L-":, AI � � Duan. Dabl, Betty Hall, Da.. , ... W � _. . trand at l.tte SUB CofIee � ao� Edna McCall Chuck Fonnounecd that b. wu Prq>IIreiI to "'.... .

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Hatlen Elected To Top LSA Post -

Alan HatIen of Evet'C:tt waa elected pretident of the Lutheran Students Association. CQnsequentIy be declined nomination as vice.pceaidCllt o( the Itudent body. Alto chOlen in the same run.o()f{ vote wu Joanne SWal'zwalter, inter. club council repre�ntativc:. They will . auume thelf duties next fall. -,----,-:--=_

evangelization and depuf.!ltion; 'pUbUcity; Bible Itudy techniques; and olficer'1 techniques and. program nning. la p

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:d c� The Parkland GriU is � � cations for additioDal �....ca will be open on Su.nday. .lb �Sv..od.y .

dinner will feature turkey Of" bam. Studenu expecting guests whom they witb to �ring to. the Dining club. ano: asked to Ilgn up Jh the place pro-­ vi�ed in the caJeteria e�t�nce. _ will enable tbe cale� tQ. p� for serving an acUfi·hOna! n�.: . Regular pncel for Jingle meals wiD, prevail, incudinlJ , {50 for dinDer. ....

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Student U/ "" ,,'ves ' memo 0rgonlze C/u b

benbip in P.LC. Chapter of Blue. Kry, 11 Weclonday, . May 7 , ent Don EUertlOD I.D.DOU.Dced P rc:� YOApp tion blanks can be obtained et' Da abould . Dean fi Ekl n a ol be retum:' �ere,I:�r they ha�e bee fiUed All ph and o I jUD�Or men by e ted.10are C r Do 'de ppl ' : lD be::ru: i� :"'�oru:; on:rary me . ed' I ;o:=; i:��on of pl�ge. WiD be beld aometime thiJ spring, aftu the c.andid.ltes have been voted upon by the 1 5 memben of the loe&! chapter and·the ·applia.tioDl �ve bein checked f at the national hfeadquarten o Blue Key.

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- E�. . s· repare·. III�rl· � :! For Fest Visitors

h bWld� , of tultu�""!'" !rr her Enptrom. Connie Juobcon, Shirley , W,t lint, . ibopa l. the May Court, (left to' .....! V.... CoaaIe J....... ,vta 1'ratb,o. Sltagen, Aha P""tby. and Marci... peop awarnu.S c:ampu� cIuriq thf!le (our da)'l, local eatenca have Mup.ret Lac:u, DeIons JoU.aa., No � .... :ShirIey Slap Voh.. Sixteen .enior girl. terved .. anticipated tbat �eir. appetites 'Of ribbon �aten. A.dre,. EDptrom, tb'e other jwdor atteDclant, " oat .,kturr:cL . food wi allO be peaL

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2..1952 Loggers' Host Golf ' NiDe . PLC �cIlds 10 .,Vip- BaHi"f:AY�r,� Tennis,Team s Today A't ' Centiai WasIL; Edge CPS' �;;;:; �': =:::;=:;:::�-:-7:; 4� 1: .��� •. l!llt� The golf 9, 'Yay ·16 . o-GrUwold THE .MOORING MAST

Priday, Yay

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and tenni. teaDlJ . ... - Huffm&n .__•.• _.____·fS ' • • • veli Std Nme oodc.r-buroen · 'will wear nWOD 2nd; Ja an invuion of BaD .•.. _.••_•••••.••_. ___••M .:.... v 2 . .... ._. uacb will be out Gladiator spangle. at the Central Rc- �e .ult Templ�D __ Jobmon ...._ _ .i U th U m victoria poIted laY' at E eDJburg tomorow, Me�tor (tiC), �� 4 ; h � Ju p-� Dd Nowadnick ....•__._.___28 .

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. . uDbeat�n golfen will field the b b &ted W ·c defe a 1 2-3 lcore. t::anICr U of Wende Watt, Len NetKoeul r, Pu k Wolh eter ' T Gogl aftern n l h

�_team by

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'b Salzman annouDCed. 2nd. (be), We.1 4th ( be) ; broad Jump Hefty ............._.____ . -: . Ole Magnuson, Ray Barnel, Dick -Knudlen Std . , ... _......_.___ Reiber Gnr..otd, Gamet Lund and Jena . Latet ._._._____ Knucilen will represent the L�teI in . . ROIl �. . .._....•._._••_•........ their respective . field eventt while a KarwOlk'I ••••.••.•••••••• • ••••••• ia l meciley !:day team will ' be ' . spec Larson . ............... _..........24 . 5 d ei .. AD thOle' who are' interaleci in Feu ....._... ......._... ....... 2 h and Te St k (mile) . Siek either �nnit, goU or hO:neah oel, . ould . 1 wiU. p ...tIl!L� �n�� In .�.&WO- . .. . ---=:,. 'lip up- immem.tdy- in the �.:.. .J-==-=-.�_ a _ I . tpeC1Jty. to .tart Predmore, .. ...... .--.. .:. '6. : 0. . The Central Relays. win C01Wlt of ' .. .

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m. Those attending fro PLC included Mn. Svare, Beverly Sjoboen. EvanReline Rimba.ch, Joanne Schief and �alinin.

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Only � poia� wU�the � HaD in the .n"ramara. h,.-!. track meet Tbunda.,. April 24•. 3 their 1 poinb wer:e barel., t:oou8h get put Eas.... with 29. The whole meet waI "close with no team getting a wide olben.

aport which

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Shot put: Barnhart. Heft.

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11Ie Gal' ls Absolutely Right! With That Set of Clubs HeroGame IS . Bound to Improve!

Fasbioned FlSb f!$ Olips Home- baked Pies ·f!$ Cakes Full Foun� serna!

Could be sbe's using LADY BURKE or PATTY BERG club....pe ..,. ci.lly m.de' for women golfe... If a rna.. were buy. ing clubs, he'd WlInt our ,�II-we.ther, non·slip or .II-purpose grip clubs f•• tured in Spaulding, McGregor, Wilson .nd Burke.

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Can't see them in the picture, but she must be wearing our new ETQN1C WEATHERPRR0� �lf $les. We bave tbelJl for men and women.-Ask alit satisfied customen.

Don't know when; she put . it, but sbe uses one of our new, _ . , brigbt-colored golf c.ps. The bro.!! bill ,,"[ps her look for ·the l>aII 'i!l tIit �n. " .. , . :. Sbt knQWS y'o� faA't 't!take a ' jlOOd score with old be.t-up golf balls..We bave al[ the good brandsY One [ast tip. She gO( a goo<! deal 9n her o,ld clubs when she traded t:haii · .iiii'· Still filii. mI nor Seniors to' see us about olf, .. • equipment that will he[p·your.g

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NOlte, Eliason-tied for third;. 5' S-, 'Ifew gam� that. �ere played. , Ivy Hall Wins T.ac.k M� 880 yd. ....y. . Ivy 1Wl ; ! IVY IWl ........ 31 I Tacoma .... .... .... 18 1:47. .. .... . E....... ...... ... 29 1 Central . . . .. 15 Western .......... 25 1 Subwban _...... 1 1 . ....... Yoar MomIoon 1 Clove, Creek .. .. 9 fine team work. and .kill even in the

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We have ;n .mnd the PLC Athlcbc Dcpartn;' paacd halh by the Luthe"';n� were all c; �: ent. the SO\tth Tacoma BoY" �Iub diamond ­ Flyen needed to garner a victo�. The name of Pacific �utheran � ,bttome synonymous wi th good' teaDll P�C and the W�tem Vikings split . . . . With the fi �t game .carting at 2 p. ml aDd colorful and oulltandmg competiton. · Year after Yf:!U', the Lutes have SIX McCbonI . mf!D we� re�rcd VI� tWo dugfesu Jut wttk to h:ave the . . ' In earli�r same. 00 the local pu­ bad teams of which we can be proud. There were: tl\oee early daY. with the ��eout �.te. . leagUe lead aU knotted up. ture, ld �e led the r, O tumed in .... . aoc:l I � � ' The JoUles won the opener by a ge ng UDdt,,?y under ''Coach'' A. W. th d j�!t gc � .o l0-6 Vlct ones.' en ' iOIden era-a: :d;. � :1Wr �.;ft, .� =-' --a..lI" " .� o· � �:- . �..A'! ��;; .�.� �? tl_ t �LA .... - •• . p. p •. •• .. . . . • :;.'-_.• - .. - . �.:;."J _"Hclty ......· · 1 _--, �g 1m: M I;;» c>hlt jNinlns .� - .� ...\ .. ,",-.� a homer and Did Lanon WIth CIiIf Ollon at the athletic hclm. Never baa the publicity of PLC heen byriJu ru . 'I'hiI go :: ::rtp � t;:'::"'::: 10 ,reat or ftu'"ttaching : it was in an� Fra�k days. Karwoski . . to connec� . for i.D�tartia., ' pitcbiD, . ea f the f while Bud Lener.·WiU bi Our little �, WIthout a fOotball field, but with an all-conquerina out. Gl HuffmaD h pIa , triplet. Big Bob lUmen was the ,Osing a team, won the fancy of sporu writen acrou the nation. Our Lutes were fi '. � 0 ... ' : .,: chuaer (or the vikMgs in . ,ruj �e. vailable as numbor ODe ' relief . t "::d t , Art will probahly 'Jet, of , i The second game was a dilfereljt .fe:a� n variOW ltOries by Paul Zimmerman of �e · Le. A�te. T� C*, boo R med . the ltartiD l nodt for the � , however, Spud Walley held aDd .DoIan of the N� York SUD. PLC wal voted npJ up � with the out tiip1e to deep center. Ron Bill. story, a ... . , A �p oI ,theae' pmtt � pit football poll of tporti writen. ThiI iap promptly. ,tepj,ed to the Plate and the Lut� at bay mOlt of �e way and of' the nabon ,10 the � r:taehed _ WIth a 16-13 VIctory before 15,� fans over Tony banged out a single to euily score the Weltern team didn't have too the I.:utq �to • � , tbf Western Eve� � ' , ., . much 'trouble with the offerings of caudeo (Chleqo Bean ltar) and the .trong Ooou.p team. After the Huffman . , . . ! ltarting pitcher Wally Feu. or roe. game, L, H. Gregory. in :l page length column in the Portland Oregonian BilliDp aho , was - the only Lute , liefet Vern Hanieft. Jim Ball aDd Jack Tonight at 5:30 forrnd Cholr of � � Lu,�,� said: more than one hit for hil afterto set , Johnson , b�t eODlCCUti� W� m�' 'W� · ul�. WQ a worth driyins: � mild in the fog to ICC." noon'l effort. He ooUeoted two binglel , �pb EdWatds,- founder the Lutes In �e fihal i nning of � � T�rvik was chOlC'D uttle All.Amc=ncan quarterback for two in four tripl to the plak, one but the Vilungs potted a 1().5 win. Will- bave an idf6rma1 potJua .uppe-r Hanbman commeDted that thit was yean � well- u makiog the New York SUD All.Amtrican fOIkr for all iD the parlon 'of Trinity LUtla . coJleces in hiI junior year. His · ruuniDg mate, a fullback named Marv .perhaps � best-played game of the Honored guesu will � Mr. an:d Mfa. PatroDbe 'You AdnqIIcft HanbmaD, WOD the "New York SUD All.Americ:an ratiDg the next year- as seatOn. dttpi.te the advene outcome. • . Edwanb Sbort lcore: well u belDg named Sportsman of the Yeu in the TaetCDa area. Yes, the H R E lpott:a.mioded people of the natioD hew that there was a flUe little 001·DISRIS . OIlDERS TO TAItE OUT CH1WI!SE AND � I . .....5 lege called pLd out h,re on the w....rn Jiopca. AIJo that ..... year, >C. P. L. C . .., ... 3 . .. . . .. 3 2 . c.ordia:g to an Aaoclated: Preu l10ry from New York, one of the big buket· MeChord . � '. Helty and Job...n ; · haU "poets nccurrcd· whcn a PLC toam led by Marv Hanhman (rucknamed jlatt,ry � 11 '8..& to 2 .... tIaDy - Saaday, 12 � 10 NJdDlte -. the t'Happy Warrior" ) dumped the ItroDg U, of WuhiD�n team. (Incl. Drummond and MttVio. HI. 9131 Tacaaa 5812 SOadt. � dea.tally this was die 1CC0nd Itraight over the U. of W. as a team led by "A Sleep of PrilOnen" was abe of Ole J, Swen whipped the HUlkiCi in 1906), It may alIo be noted that, during this prewar era, the Lutes' tn.c.k coach waa a fell� named Ted Karl. the features of the Festi� of Britain .. 'lAc. mqci,5:rtl era of PLC sporU birtory in: these postwar yean with the lut 1\lDlIDCr. "Marvelous MarYI" now iD coaching aaaignmeDU nnds tlle Lutes ltill fea· GROCERIES- � turing great teams anel playen to bring publicity to Luteville. 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One bundred and fotty-seven seniors will mak� tb<ir farewell ..d Fritu. Dr. Butvold', ",""on will ' be.'·A Law oI·!i:OonpeilJation." .. " l t' � . � :... .I' j , , \\ � �. Slated to rec:ci.e the bachelor of,! their farewell program thi. mom- I I'Hoof Gibeoa.j vice �deDt; Ernie arts degree a�: Ita'fi¥Albrttht. Paul' ' In ng ed the se on p I . Dt emplin many of T re»o rrV,"R.t chard �g), ! su ; secretal'Y, HuetT J d6.ruo n; Asper, DlVldL Ba their talented class mem� Jim treasurer." Jolin. Limmg; I� ct. en:. �p­ Albert Bjerkestrart'd Paul Braafladt ( . ArtKur Wroback, 1t.�rt-Christenleo: I"H:� Glbion" seruor eWa:p�dr.ot, reseomtive" MddredI Eoe�;�and! Stud4 e farewell addre&i. ent... COuneTh repraeotattve" Don Bl.. Kenneth Daugs lIoward' Elvebak ga Among the perfor;nen were Pa.ul lertloo. JuliUs Eneboe, S�ntty EricklOn, Rich: . Braafladt, vIolin SOlOISt, Kathy R.c�e. • • � FnIIIn' 'Arnold :" .,--c' artl' Ferguson, Mildred .. , . Aord 1M vogl Hadl 'ey, Cl in " . solom', C�roI SIetto� 'i58"ni'Jtj �. � cr...... � '.. ; , Gre�nen Btt argaret terpretat lve Ha�ey, ff:ampton, witliaDi I an the ��tz, m readeIi; , n gub tno, compolCd of Mar-,InB, . '_ , DeLoy Jobn.. l d" • j. I: ' , Hill, Patricia n ely, DOnald ltiIlaD, ! gare.t Lucas, Helen HulWlclt. and \Q';...... , 1:";_ '{ .L. I son, Stephen Ke Lo Stephen n. so IAl.D,.r �" son, StephenK en.cdy, DonalCi Kilian, r WJe n led the morning se E. Adol r, h dltn, n K Jem K � � , ()Iilc: J:.u- : !: a� I " lin' extnli Iervf o" \ i :::: i 'swiDe.. "ad:' ti tio .

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througli� r .... , tHe th . Delmer 6Iion liul �·�pted. .. nte; r;: pro� �::n7o � i cto d nd ' �. �.� I od. � b�.h. an an�al traditio•. ' ' , ,' I They will hide the shovel sometime I�ess . College. Ric� req,.lOD1 wlll " , .;. ' " $ ' , ,1, " ' tonight and hope that next year's be a� �ccountant;fOr tti.el'WRi�'f,tlIi::.k .' ,Erial. 23 .seni�l1. ! won�t.·find' it. This year t�e Go: ·m Tacoma.' w r� s' :;';:; . ;;; , ---; ":;:; '':: ''::';::"---'\,: M 52:: 9:: :Y�:: ' '''' Y '' 'A:: :: ' m = · FR E·,'' O=U::O"" =-'':-=''' L= ::-:::' I'I :: :-' I'A =-: ' ' ':''' � l.� '� 23:== VO 1::: O= I= . 29 C C UT''' HE E:: , ''' ,:. N , , RAN C illutive shovel was found by two son and Allan St¢CIiLrd Will' 6e employed in public accounting firm S', . .. olculb ....JoIrn Liming and Don Rei' Arthur Broback has �D aC'cepfed mam They lpotted it under the steps . as a graduate rtuderat i� ��ti�en at of the old chapel. ' ew A picnic il planned for the. seniors the Univemty of WaslUngton. Dwight Seymour will attend the Univenity of AI Fink will preside over the PLC 'at Point Defu;.nce this evening. , . .' . �tiring � officen are president, Wy�og la� scHool if' Uncle S'am chapter of lUue Key next year, it wal .,.. dOein t get him fint, announced by Don Ellertson, current 'f Senior mu.ic .tudents will pretent i.l; Shirlyanne Sandin, mezzo-soprano; Other jobs are being fouDd'1 fOl' the second annual commencement re· Helen Huswick, sop-rano; Louise pre.ident. ----'-152. H.... . . .. .........� graduan:., although Dwight ZUtaut, Abo eJ.ected were Jim Kauth, vice .. cital Saturday evening rt 8 o'cloCk. Stephenson, mezzo-soprano; and Jeanpresident; Bill Rieke, secretary.trea.. \ b�:. te.ach�,. . cemmented. thai! The event will take place in the audi- nette Foa, piani.t. surer; and Don R.eese, ICC repre. Mary Lynn Myklebust of Loniview Uncle sam waa ·c.UUming a !nge por· The program will conclude with lorium. and Vern Newhouse of Tacoma will .tion of the men. tentative. A feature of the program will be Negro spirituals by the quartet com· ' ''' ' ''''= ' .... ' '''' ' '''' ' '''' ' '1''' New members chosen were Jim direct next fall's Homecoming, l.iated =""''''''''' poe an I l.piece instrumental _enaemble ed of Ernie jQhl1lOn, William Vu' , . for ov. 8, it �wu announced 1ut Jaeger, Don Keith, Ilich Stuhlmiller, compoeed of Elaine Sethre, J�ta "9ig, Herb and Dave Knutlen. Ron DougIaa, 4igbt by Paul Wangsmo, ASB chief. Bob JohDlOn� Gay ... - \... . . GrieteZMJ', Beverly Tranum, Faith Bob ROIl, Vern Lestrude and Gordon 'The Homecoming game will be against ' . , Bueltmann, Manil R o a c h, R.eid Y. for next ran . €ban� on Eastern Wuhington Coli,!!", Widmer. \ · Frend>, Floyd Ohman, Low,ll B.". · Ie . wc"' not aviilalill: �' pUblication in Wfg,""'CiJ'i)I .Scbulu, Martm-a.diatki, --· 4- � th.ia i1sue. Dr. _ . ICl' willr announce .

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!:!:e !7re in itl program next year. ''This wiD be partially accompliahed remove sti attempting to the gma of clique which the beiDS club has somehow obtained through th explained so d will be � � rru : , . ' se cret:1ry. V lce pm ent, Pat Mom, Marlene Wendt, ICC reprtlentative; O. B, Fjebtad, pocket �tament secad�r. '!'UY; and Dr. E. C, declared that ImCC an m· teDaif'lCatioD of the miuion empbaW oa the campus baa been a long-<rying peed,. t1!e new council will set up a IDOI'I! streamlined program.. Dwi.Jig put year society hal the the � �tatiODI to the Luther. .omc: in hyaDup as weD u to an an It old !artiest and an old men', home in mttt:inp hal brought TacGIDL Ia

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At th, annual Aaoclatod Women be 'ligible for 'Faaodo, a girl mwt bave - , ' Didc � ju'mor {rom" Holly. Students Spring Awan& Tea, held· compiled a grade POint average durias, � Calif., was rea:ndy elected Tuesday. May 13, Betty � .... her fint thre.e yeus of 3.0. ' as the new Aws presiden.t, the Pat Moris and Marion Leonard, president. 0( Alpha Phi Omega, ' nanew Spun �a TalSch �ere ta�, both freshmen, wrre honored with die tiOQl .emu fraternity. and four IPm �re gIVen -cial AWS Freshman award. UauaDy AWS, ' WorIImg undet:' him will' be J' � -1 _--1. .grants only one lOch an award, but thia Sbeffeh,. vice president; Norm Vor· aw.nD. rvi Se ng as AWS officers for 1952. year they wen: able to give two. The via., reCording secretary; Dick Brandt, 53 with Betty will be Inga Astrup, Ladies of Kiwanis of Ta'eoma annually corresponding teeret&ry; Paul llun.. Goora, vice president; grant an award to a junior woman at niag, treamrer; and Jack Foote, h� llo NDakota, . . June Ne B. e l (CootiaaecI .. ... 2) W torian• re H0 ., � tary; eggy ':k, Ka Yak: Dariene .L..!__ . DeJardin e, Tacoma, social � .....-.... ;

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prefirst. to teprelCDt the senla varied program! of spiritual aqd �ere tapped for Spun, �0Dal aerY: adon,tt Ice honorary fo� sophomore � OD the road preo-war daVl, e�te�t � �� rb . . will � on a SIJ[�weck tour next ';"'ill dlVuie �g �sn-en�-pv. Be'iry F"th . 109 a sermon as �of � P,tOgr&!D. Barbua Saturday. E , E r� Erme John.Ion, Fairfield, Mont., Herb will abo US" sob. :Bmie- will llia, Ma.ry nsberg Frieske, Jay Gilmore, Anita. Everett, DaV1: KIlubc:� give devotioDJ and1umounce die num· miaioAary speaken from.. many parts ]eannc: Hellbaum, Ka�y Koaow, � Grover.;T�, and Bill Vuwig, GI'&D�, ben and nave wiD contribute with of the Wodd. \ in Tacoma. Kvern, Pat MorB, June Neboa, Irii F rb, D., make up the group. B'ill ; piano 101os. �e abo,haI UIIOd.�1w mas. o '" \ . ' , . Joanae P�Alta. Prest..· ' is • .,nioio· n the . taledtl in arranginJ' JeYera1 of a d other three are . byo. MiDa IUaen, NanCY T"""",,? � d jimion, . . ' thc numben; . . . , . ' . , . . Man=e Vobs . Th,y were f onnaDy . _,-, • w o'_ .'-: Tra in lta . . • tc:lt Idaho, da• three _1-1 �ch. ow.u. The �� veling three ' "' . ' t .' initia � . � '" " . ......., . after !::: of. . to ''fill/m'' dUri g mtenmJIIODl OD�tb.e Wuhington and, Oregon. . . � will . . impraoed ,ling in. &OI#e; spokane,. �, Misof tb,c w.... . . d-, Gunnar J. Ma� and' man- ! .aula, er dl�e and' College � be Yo� on JUDe 3, the three will begin are: Mary �,. � . PaciflC . they encouraged.. .Salem. Dave. car. will be .!:he.means of well reprUen.ted til Europe this. I\ml" thcU' tour m Rotterdam. They ha� Prestbye vice presidC:nt� Faith:.: � � l\oy � to on go . tour . · : . jtraDJportation OJ\ die aix-� junket. mf:r, Many snad9l1 and �ty mem- joined\�e HQItd. �t and plan treuurer ben wiD ' be 'spencIIDa ,the ....... · to bicycle � ' F�<e, Switzer· MiDa _ C: Iili . ' . '" �; ,,"-- . W . ' . a-.... . �' OD. Ma}l: llr� '"Pbe Amabroad. . . land. Gennany. Scandinavia. aDd Eng- Joonne &Del �.�; -- -" ·buoadoni.. will rel1irD. JUly 13 to . � "GoiOg jwt (or ki�·,, �i)I be Art land. They � to vioi. • ' ,, ' ' Then th,y,· wi11!. warbl, in � chwcll.. f",:, ��� week, Broback of T� IJo� Eu� d.. /;Dpe. •. "! .be. � around Taaodo, ocni.. . � ., ' �. the cli>r'mito"Y women 'nat .I� , for Bremen� . •n ! L Geny. • " . r. o..y, '".tuDe for hoao""" topp«Ii t l ld,i'I....Jit&·tWeIve. faIl: ;nu, be Betty ' ltigsea" whoi w.. ¥r �-, ;babe . YOU ,CoDveDbcXl to be bdd jUDiot · women: lone, Oreson. in a receDt election,. She" iii � �tilc'!' summer. � ..:.. . ul c to ';ODl will .be 11sh" !h'" '.".... � 1, y. �. ' . ugwt �· Marilyn Djarf. 0'"9' '_. Bntrly junior from GJff� Idaho: . EmIC pIaD. to attend, ...,... . kOleen" will ' be . wen AIIeq G"";' eJari<e. Gw.do:nooi" Br� . Dor\loDe. � � w� I...., odi oo t b en:. the.. ..oond' ...... . Lloydct..Mpeu - _ � �"'Hdaoa U_ 1& ' _ ICC �..,;ve, • wbiIe Boib , ai.t Dave .... ,all _ : �j -, N....-. .'!"'I'�, -. J'lI.'"' JO,!Pe- YaItzaha, iiIa-. � TiiO OiliU aiIi � � � WllI - be ...e-a ci&d, .. to, II<IW' � WIlI' .peiIo!f tliir ' • Loo� ... ......... ohlp ""'" ( _ _ .) . DeIon!a SlieMk; aDd A""" Stray, To .,.. r.Jt . . _ ... . _

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Fri<!ty. "faY 23. 19S� I r------'

THE MOORING WAST

Bir1hday, Engagement Parties Brighten Dormitory Life

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tn4itionaJ bridal the corner,. many honored with been have PLC girls .howen. Margaret Kutz. a JUDe bride-t�be. was the incentive for a miK.e1.laocouJ

With Junc, the mooth. just around

mower Monday evening in the Vilinl room. Edna McCaU was hOltdi for a

the Hauge home honorin, Helen Jensen, wbo plans an early July wedding. Other lummt:r � ride ..to-be

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with Laetitia Buehore as hostess. Around fativa! time Carlene Xildahl birthday pluty W1UI given .. a by Joan Mun'aY ana Jan Wcat1aDd. . Wbta plans have you made for the Anne Wdftfnger, a student at PLC wt temeSter, bat announc.c:d her en� summer ? . . gagement to Bob Malyoo; who is DOW I . J�D Werle: �Y amblUon . for the attending the eollegc:. No wedding �r 1I tb ,0 fish g and f llh tng and I

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Wi� Otpn�tion. Serving under cn AI the first praideat

All J reaIiae that tbis is the wt op�riwa;ty tbt J � be able to write president wiD be otber ollicen: Mn. Gerome .xe ia �.� J mull exptta rDy-ap· : cone- � to � tbc StudeDt Body president; Mn. DoD �: lponding se�, and Mn. _Harry aDd JaqItr, for a woadr:rful year. I ' �'� you eQOU&la for the mar· Hobb., secretary-t:reuurer. . 'the eleCtiOD meeting held lut Tud- moal VlICWlex pro,iectot which was �y evening in the' 5. U. B. cu1miaat- 'pretentcci to me. 1.fat TuClday. fuhinrt date has been set. eel the The ialWlatioca Proiram lu, Tu�s· activities f�r the Wives 2. Duane ThompiOll: ·1 plan a JUJD- o PLC studenb. Joan Gardner, a former studf!nt A � IWD�. q.y... � a �Ilinc event for rat . f here who is now attending the Uni- mer of hard labor 10 that 1 may re- bas not been choeen for � ¥�t Of � time "tle� a iU'On Skpa �nity of Calif� arrived in Park- turn to PLC JlelI:t faD. �, 'o( office J:ae tath�r hatel to leav� land lut Saturday night to .spend a , 3. Ed Daugl: To mak� up for lost i mutt �t � to leave, but

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Isvic k, 'Harriet Cooke, Myklebust and Cordy Proctor in Old ..... Kathy Reuk. eo.dy Mai.. Proctor, A r l e n e WangeDitein aItd Two PLC will be in atteDdElaine Hanni. ance at the gnduation exerciles at TeD girls frqrn fifth floor Of - Old West Pojnt June 3. JUDt Humph�y Main enjoyed an afternoon of yacht- left Thunday by car to be present at ing Saturday with Bev Sjoboen u he»· her finance', graduation. June will be tell. That evening Jun� Humphrey married in July after wlUch the conand Donna Unkie were given a bridal p e plans to ma.ke their home in FJor. ida, when: he will be stationed. The &hewer. &vera! girls have celebrated birth· other PLC girl making the trip back days lately. IDga Altrup Wal the OD- to the academy is Mildred Foe�. ject of a surprise birthday pa.-ty Sun· wh02 finance it aoo graduating. Milday night on the sec.ond fl oor of Old dred will leave the day after her gradMain. Monday :light found t h i r d uation and will bt: married soon aft�r floor girls honori ng Madani Cazimero she n:tums. son,

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The Moorillfl MlUlt

Published every Friday

durin& the school year by students of Luthaan Collqe.

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se eoad ·.clau matter, October 2, 1925, at�thc: Post Office: at PadJand, Washingtoo Te1c:phone: GRanite 8611 Office: Stud�nt Union Subacriptio price---$ I.50 per year Entered

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EDITOR .................................................�_.__....DAVE NESVIG

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.....PHyLUS GRAHN

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SPORTS EDITORS ........RON DOUGLASS and TED GROTJOHN

PROOF EDITOR...............................

.....................DON KEITH

ADVERTISING MANAGER. ............... .............JOANNE POENCET CIRCULATION MANAGER... .... ................JANET OLSEN ADVISER..........................................._ ..._.._..._..URAL Schiel,

Alan Hallen, John Printed on

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REPORTER5-Bev

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Janet Franklin, Joanne Holum,

Donna Simpkins; Don Keith, John

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.. '-� a-� " �"�I:" 'Th ;· � ' ul'W . '' __ .o .. y ...... ·boti baa .' lot to look fdnnrd . , . . .' ya.r leadenhip of the 5ixken Pre·Nuning atodentt- will new COUDcil. o or n leave �u � � ltUdeD.t pody alfain ia DOt . f . � � q f Emanuel Ji?!p.taI � PortJt.ad after a _� job, radler- a i! a job _e the . eompktlon of the lint awnme.r by many. �oo ofteD beeaUie of a title �10n. The oa.mea :W'e� rdeued yes- which D attaChed to him, tile prW_ krday by Mill PeteflOn, director' of dent rec:eiva- aU tbe gLxy. I am. ckep. nuning education. Iy iDdebtcd to tile put year'. coUaci.I ' The folloWia.g, will pursue · wi, fOf aIJ' tt,.cy have J:teIpe4 \IIJC aDd for nuning tra\ning at Emanuel: BettY aU' the work they have done. 1('. been Aune, Marjorie Bevan, Kathy Bide, a great experience workiDg with them. Marion Gabrie1aen, Kareo Hille, Mary CoagratulatioDJ and bat wishes to Ann Hogarth, Mary Holmqui.t, Bar· you who have the privilr.ge and op. bara Johansen, Louise K inert, Anna portupity to be back next year. Lee, Collene McDennai d, Doreen Ny. ART BR-OBACK· '

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The numng candidates will go to . (Continued from Page One) Portland two-year stay and then PLC and CPS, the to apply to· IlM!r. , return bere (or another year, arkr ward her expenses during tler_ �nio.f I I . Faith Bueltmann: I'm going to w hich they will �ceive the degree of year. This th � gi en year marry an Eskimo and move to Africa. B chelor of Science in Nursing Edu· to Helena Littau. Helen Enger reo t 2. Joan Murray: I'm going to cation. ceived the /liven by the Tacoma sP='nd thr�c glorious months basking

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a final �lunax to IUcceWul -:00 . appreciated program of sporta waa a result of the comtant eUoru of Ma k Salzman, Intramural Director. pd Managed \ LeRoy Johnson Bob compiled a lead 235.8 poinu through the past to. gain undiJputed �am52 pion.hip a� poueuion of the traveliDg trop y. The points wen: totaled thc number of lPOrts f ticipated o the . nu

by Nielson, Central

of

I9Si­ Itason, d h according to par­ ber o in, and t fints, seconds, and thirds. The league point standing for tbe

year

is:

Central Parklaod

at 8 p. m

KNAPP COLLEGE PACffiC

BRUSH UP . . . . . POLISH UP Skills Business Your

6. Dick Krussow

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... 480.0 7. Ted Siek . ............. 465.9 Milt Hdty . ....... 459.2 9. Harold Bakken .

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tb.ii year in 1Il-...1.. . th h ctU "f"'T".h; • �ere .11 i�c�,t .pn�. �

the Lu.tes �� hi!e Pa 'to . k.e outduele: t:" et ty

FINAL CONFEIlENCE STANDINGS

Team

(Western Divilioa) WOD ... 6

Western . . . . . 6 CPS . .. . . .......... 0

PLC .

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the softball amp onship de eating Cre-ek Hall 7-2 last Fr!�..L .......... y Ma 16. .

Clover

The final softball standings(are:

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WOD LoIt I _'2_ 2 Western Parkland . . ..... 3 S Central Parkland .. . . . . .. 2 ! .... : .. . .." .... 2 Ivy Hall Ivy Hall . . . . .. ... ... . 0 5

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.. .. (B) .. .. ... . . INDIVIDUALS Ted Siek won over Dick Stuhlrnillec in the finals of the te.rinis tournament. fhil Vorvick and Oo�Hefty wen: deCeated tn tbe Itmi·finab." Jim Traynor defeated Harold Bakk�n' in th� haneshoe .tournament with PJill and Norm Vorvick, runnerups From a flock of 50 ping pong eothwiasu, Art Kimball em�rged champion by defeating Larry Petenon in the finals. Oave\Roc and 'Paui Wangs­ mo reached the Ibni·finals while Ken Johnson, Bob Nie�n;Erni� �erigstad and Larry Anderson went down in the quarterfinalt. Not satisfi�d with tbe ping pong cha�pion5hip, Kimball �merged victor once again; only this time in MlfimlD-

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. .. . 1269.8 I HaU . order. The Savages, led by overnight pennissiona will � rn Park.la.Dd � 1087.9 had , could CI te Crttk ler and jumper plan ha; 903 0 Hall . .. . take the hurdles, high the final 343:' Ta:::.a . e vault and mile relay. Western Parkland . 315.0 very tro i 294.0 Suburban . l: as �e : and w Besides the championahip trophy, individual medat. will be given points in aU events. the ten top point getters, who are Leroy Spitzer and Pete Luvaas will y Phil Wigen with 677Y� counten. b enter both doubles and single. compeThe top ten are: titian in tbe tennis tournament while Points Len Nelson, Don K�S!ltr, Punk Wol· Phil Wigen . . ................ 677.5 hueter and Rich Gogi will compose the 2I.. Phil ...........� 631.0 . Vo",iek PLC golf team. 3. Rolabd Tobiasoo . . ... .. 593.1 . 540.0 4. Dick Stublmillu . 5. LeRoy Jobnsoo . ... ..... 553.7

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Centr� I Par kl-a. nd , Wt. - 'll. nL.�op ' h'y � 8·;;,.i Q'I!,�� ." P�. 3�.,"f!J' III). rIUlar'-r.' • (�; :� �.:o�= uave1i,s trophy ' .no

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\

will Chidtaio.s at

. bali leam (namely the Lutes of PLC) 'Jut week and now have a record of .250 play host t0 th0 ItrOD.S &cattle U. .2 . t&... I...... They bave "1 " 7"" . 250 � every �orthem divWon team '143 01 the Coast .Confere.ce .. well .. ·aU '1\I . . � �r top eoUeF teamI 01 the area. '111 r.'" .... • . I;;'; o. l .lb.O o\u.Two . . _"t-t•. " • . ....�.. ·.OS"� �.. . ·. �. • . o , • .• , . •• . _ �

e lann � Ev�rgreen The finals of A lot of nice thiDgI said about a lot of nice guys . . . Wendell Watts, out- Confen:nce .pring meet get under way on the standing Lute golfer, it ineligible for this conference he transferre at Vancouvu, B. C., tomor CPS at the semester . . � P feJSO Hanhman: "Why are you h\te 1" campus of UBC. Tr:nnit, track and golf cbampionlhips will be decided. 80s RotS: "Clus .ta te befon: I got here." . . George Nowadnick Coach Mark Salzmaft will take four a chance to manage the Chehalis S(:mi-pro team this summer . . . Conmen to n:p�nt the Lutes the gratulatias to Clen Huffman as batting champion for 1952 and Jerry Hefty the r eventa track meet. These men pitching acc. &th men topped their departments last also . . Lute include: Ted Siek, 2-mile j Ole Magj. J m Ball with 4 to his credit . . . home run king tbis discus; Roge Madsen, 880; "What is t sodium ?" Chuck Fonland: "H.a.1f the day rate, I Garnet Lund in the high jump. a . . We bope that next year's write" will have ath· suppose champioo Eastern rates as and as much t at tic = : t:: ���: f�� V rit � t ::�! � �::;t�� n Y hura · I�,�s or that CLOSED WEEK wick Ron C issued. This been adopted. announced The a st t on jump, 880 exams given that May 23 and beca� of that week ' ja"elin, pol 30 will week. late th �ashea Whitworth is : Jump. roa eigbu as we while Western will pick. up � few

fine. from down as

the local area

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1 I

Helling .................. 1 2

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Baaeball fana of

2 t I

...... 7

Lester .

meetl. while Ole Map'UIoD bas collected 24 and is followed. by and Madten in that order . . • (At PLC bueba1l Senior: "See tnt fellow down then:. 1fe'U be our bat man next year." coed: '"Ob, darling, thit 10 IUdden." . . . The sports banquet last Wttkond was very

it

ay."' T 2 3:... 19 2_ ,.:, .:,: F _ _ rid '� .M = ay _ :. :..:, S:..:. _ _ :..:.II1\ _ :..:..:;,. N;,.; .:. .- QQ ."''':..:.IN ...;, G.;,.; .NAS __ ;,.;T _ _ _ _ ...;

_. p Parkla.nd u Glads the ],;SAt,Ut, "C Today. will bc: aw�ed tdCeDtra.l Dick Brown ' which r nilrl eet game), Fo , ...,. , w PLC � r

Ted Side, (rosb. distaDcc man, is the top tr&clr. polnt getter with 26 in four

Roger

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ED . ......::::. 1: :m Chiel, It· Tig, 'ark .�9-f. re . ��:�.::��o�: ��: �:'ki _: : * D :�5 �:.n��::: ��7: =- :. �ri:: �oC���i�.:ru'"?;o: : � Larson . . .. I

J e;;: cl::-:;:-:;:':'':' L ...i Th ;;; tlile g-; w :;: goI Wt ili :u. :;;;:;;: P::"::' ::: v=:: ·I181 : :-:· ::; lle LC,� �' C-'I -::: Karv " -' lb';' C� "" -: ck: :J: e � and f bn ick :;-' ie t ": �=.ce U� and ... man I diamond PUle closes out a w nning aeucm apiDlt Seattle U. at Tiger SwantOn ... .

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.' Breakfests

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�A" SERVICE

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Fnd . May G AST TH � M= E:.= MOO RIN ::... .::: � _----, = � · 'Y -,-...:...

:,.. 4.

Stu del!t. Body Ofti�:ers -' I OS t81 1 d' · Ch p; 1 , _ _

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Special CO��.8e8 ; - tisted (Coatinued f_ � I) . For 8limmer JSessio.-s P,oeIO'. eunieul...... ----I-:;: g:O':��n::;!. �::, s':; �::::��:��:d�;�;'::'9��:t;�� �oastm,a.sters E ed� Rece l v"e. . Cha rter ;

. David Olson, De:lInar Olson, Kenneth Pate Conlelia Dooald Rei· J h P u W . I -., w� . � � :; . f!':e �; n t dent of the A p Jr., Lo n r y Seymour pala, elcctrd Body H e rni in the election held uoc1a ed 10 · that the Student UlJe this spring May can be organized. Bob Curtis Stephenson. Charles, Stewan, Alan .ixtIl. will rcpr�nt the sophomore clas.j St�dard. John Stnngfellow. Eberg The other ASB officen e1e�tr:d ar :: Glenn Johnson, the juniOR, and Bill Tollefson. . Uoyd Eutman. Bremerton, VIce-presl. , . Duane Ulleland, J 0 h n Ums Jr. , will . be held in 'Nyer U rness, Wi�liam '!:uvig. Roy t«retary; IUch R.eardon, Virak, Philip VOJ'Vlck, Robert W.cllen�UUl'tr; "on Dousta-, Stanw�, the fall. tin, Nils Wikne�, Walter Wilh�.lm - . .: ·Sap bu.iDeII maDa&er; and Man lyn . • ' . . , ! ••. Louis Wimer, Gordon WlDsley� Rol�nd'

e.

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10

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!rom�Mlio�

Stucknt

Ri�; �K:;:':oru

idmt : �te � Seattle; Stuhlmiller,

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.. leaden were eIeet.td Pep enthUSIasts for DCXt year are Bob �. DaIe AocIenoD. ShaJOD Morpu, and 'Ilene . Drivttuc1I.

Speech� Drama

e

��:t��'

. cifi'caUy to' attend the eonvenbon 10 Hannover will be He�� Meyer Helena Littau. Helena has a special scholarship from L.S.A. to help finance her trip. . Mr. Mykland, teacher of education, and his daughter, Charlotte, a graduate of '50, will also be in Europe this suntrner. President and Dr &teen will Europe as. well. Miss G r a e e Blomquist, English teacher, and Mrs. Enge the busineu office are going as me.rnben of the Scandinavian Traveling S e m i n a r, which offers a planned lecture of Europe. Leaving on June 30, they will vi.it Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Luxomburg, Belgium, Netherland., Frantt, Denmark, Sweden and Eugland. All plan to n:turn some time in September. Art will be attending the Uni· venity of Washington to do graduate work.

and

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Cl ubs Indud

a wrek of infonnal initiation, the pkdlJ" of Pi Kappa Delta and Al ha P.i Om('ga �re p rnadt full �mbr:n of these lOCietie. at a joiat formal initiation �nqu('t at Edith E...!. Pi ltap'. DCW memben are John Ryd..... Did Iomod. PItiI Myhtt. Jolm HoI .... anti CuDI Brace. AJpIIa Pu.., ac.- cut iDc:.hadea ltatbryn Eide, Edido 11...1. Mariaa Cbriot<oaeo, Judd DouPlY. -.. IhdI.noI. JaIl_ ...... J........ Ed.. Me, CaD, JoIuo .,...... CoIent Ub... ....

FoUowins hrttit

Gleo

Joba WaIdorf.

1M � ceftlDOain Uo fea­ _ ... � '" cIfie<n for be Pi ltap. _ ,..,.. ....'''"0 ... WiIIluo ....; .;.,., ...... ... Alan

Elutvold be. travdling in of

Keith To Wield LIMe Society

Gavel

1Iadea; _. J...... Sophomore Don Keith will 5cWdi coal , .50.. KCreta.ry, LinDe Society activiti� next year. X�_; "' •. C. C _....... was elected at the club'l annual out­ C....-.. ..., IO. iDe at Hood'. Canal May I J . Other officen who will auist Don are: PriJci11a. Asper, vice president; .... Ita.tcD Kvem., lCCJ't:tary; Stan Kvern, tftUUIeI'; Winona Kroegu, I. C. C. reprelC:ntative.

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MBOW'S

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Cairns,

Ellis,

Katheryn Kelso, Patricia Robert Knutson, Margatet Lanen, Ordelle Lee, Donald Loete, Phyllli Marie Marga�t Lucas, Robert Malyotl, don Meeske Erma Miller, Elaine ter. Albert ' Nelaon, Robert Ooeorge Nowadnick, DuWayn� Me�ie Ottinger, Marilyn Parker, Eu· gene Reiber, Kathryn Reule, Vernon Rockstad. Dennis Roley, Shirlyanne Sandin. Violet Sinclair, ReverIy S'oboen 1 . Carol stetto Mal. ' . r, colm SolDe, Ella Spear, LeRoy Splt2e Thelma S�ick, �tolk, Erne.t Templin Jr., Loll Mane Tete�d, Shirley Thompson, Charles TborhefsoD, Darlene Waldron, Burton . Wells, Otto Wick, Vera Winslow. Margaret WiDte Carolyn WintHs, Frank Forresr:-WohJhuekr, Howard Thomas Zurfluh.

�tfred

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JODS • MAGIC c- . � . ...... MA. _. 930K � 'J'J.lCU

STELLA'S flOWERS Ar1i.1ry in FIO<lJft'O

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10 ,"c�ive . the bachelor of arts In education den will be: John Aaberg, Au:gw:� g e Alhneht. G� �denori. Maxine Andenon, )aul Arlton, Arlee !!irello, Marion .C. � ,Id;3 Be;mtSen, Witliam Bleak; Mary.' Bradbury, Olga Bringoll, Edw7..rd B r o w n, Glenna Brunner, Louis Brunner, Bud Gerard Carlstrom, Norman Cromarty. Richard Danie!!, Donald Ellert!on, Girty Jon Ericson, Margaret FOI"guson, James Fouts, .tean Fria, Leo Gaume, Jam� Gibson, Guttorm Gl't:genen, Ramona Hawthorne, \ Gerald Hefty. Milton Hefty, Donald Hill, Helen Huswick, Phyllis hvick, Helen Jensen, Anton Johnson, Dolores Johnson Erne.t Johnso� Hazel Johnson, . GI�ria Jutte.

CORllAGIIS . FUNBllALS

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to Dean Philip E. H�ge. ReglJtrab�n will be held that day with ��s �. .. ginning the- ToUowing moron:!g an� . t ' ' , . ' , ; . . wiU continue until, Ju!� I I , ,�e e d Toa.s��\ell' PLC I newell orpru� of the fir\t Second session Will %alion, i, now the second chapter of be held July 14 throuih Auguit . tfe. . in�e��tion�1 �n a . college In keeping with the e.rnpbu lS oW campus�The chapter �celved chat"civil defense in this area, an entire�y ' tet offici:n Monday eve- ' new c O'U r I e in elementary atoDUc ning at the -New

Kssion.

.15.

and'instailed

club

Its

Yorker.

�::�:�"�;·��;!��� �:f'.t;:� �:i��" ·'�g·��;;"'� agamst lDcludin� . an �

dlOloglcal de(eme, or defense the radiations of atomic 'b 0 b bunt: Thel't: will be lectuttS on. such lubjecu as: atoms and �olec ules, .PI�n, theory of the atom, nuclear fr: . radioactivity, x-rays, nuclear �tions, cyclotron. and 0 t h a:tom smashers, artificial radioac�VIty, � radiological defense. The aun of this count il to aid these teachers in pre. tenting bettcr atomic bomb in their respective home-town CODlmunities.

· T�tmatte� Inte�t,onal,. tt � le, n� p�­ orga.DJZatJo�, dent of the has ranchel In over which. . Engl� ..,d .h·apeakmg . countries. Wc;rner recei� the gavel for next year, .uccecjlDg Joe Cro­ marty, who ·founded tbe PLC chapter last winter. �er mem�n of W�rmr s cabinet, �y G�lff th of Tacoma, are Bob Brog, Vice pmident; Bob J?hnSODj �eputy goverDor; Dale Keller, ICcretary; Ed Morken, treasurer; and John Waldorf. Jagea:nt-at-arm•. ------With originality good photography as the balis, tbi. year'. Saga ... • staU cboat: Paul Braafladt'. picture as rU the winner of the annual'. Student "'0 ... . Life Photo ContClt. Thi. winniog"pic- � I HI .... _ __�.1 ture may be found on the ftnt page A memorial fund, bonoring Vern of the Stlicl"ent Life section. Fink� dumnt body president

�hr.

e.r

educauon

' PI'C CO'otest' and

Glenn'

in.talled Charte.

i

PLC1948-49

Neve Receives _

. . from Even:tt, Herb N�e. a !unlor . . . i. IeDior year partially flWill have h nanced by a $300 Lutheran Brotherhood scholanhip. He was presented . th th ant by Dr Eutvold in :a I for the award, given annually by the iDiurance cOmpany' is the achol. . an��p d lead Ii _ '1e nhi . . bVIUes.� IlU1l ar to a .tudent of each of the Lutheran colleges in the country. Herb has been active � the speech

.

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DILL

.

1,�emOr&aI V nd UO Pn>1'V R()T E

Award Next Year

S:is�t;edhetd.i.Y,

Niclr :JorgeDXlo � worJ(J-�de ,1, 00 � other 2 ��ic::a

HOWB.L

dqring the year, 'hal been Jet up by the A. S. B. Vern succumbed after a lon illneP, recently WathlDJUR:l:- He survived by bis wife, the\ former aDd PLC grad, and Grace Gulhaugen three ainaJl cbildrenl H1:. _, uncle of the Finb now .ttc:Dd.iD&'�, · Students, . alumni, ad!: friendl of Vern who would like to.contribute to the fund, mould do 10 at the buainea office. fall, a c:.ommi� com­ of ltudents, facwty4 � and al\unni will ckcidc 00' .. silt in � hiI " . l'C. _ '_ .;. tIDO ry :..,.,• -:--:-.-:.= iaioo. Society , -,-:;;:=:::; d�� L S A , M ' Campus DcvotiOI'U, �'is • preand � �t. \ I

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Mast 1951-1952  
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